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In t FRIDAY SEPTEMBER IS IbS5
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S J AKIIIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
5 at the s t Luke City Postofllre
V ARRIVE CLOSE
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L i Eastern 800 pm 3 am
California and West 1100 am 425 pm I
S S Montana and North 800 pm 730 turn
U J DILGEast 500 pm 1050 amt
t Ogden Utah 1100 am 720 am
I t Otdcn Utah d00 pm 425 pm
I Park City 800 pm 730 am j
I S Tooele County 400 pm 720 ain I
S I Alta Utah 1020 am 6Oum
t J Bingham Utah 400 pm f20 ftm
I I oulhorn Utah fi 0pm 020 am
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f standard mountain time
The above In stndard monntal
LYNCH Postmaster
JOHN T
1 lotmaster f
t i t i Salt Lake City Utah March 221SS5
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I 1 Silver Quotations
J itlitrrcctcd I daisy hy Well Fargo A Col
SS I 102Ji
Silver > er York
1111 I t London SiX l
A Oliver S
I F I J 1 I feaa New York per lOOlbs A2
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j HATS HATS HATS I
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S f I FnU and VIiuer Styles Just Arrived I
S I f I Youmans I
I q i i This celebrated hat is light and flexible I
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L i 1 I and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in
n I 1 New York City
S = El XI KllvcrmimH
J Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
l ialty of and will sell it cheaper than any
55 house west of New York
o Stetsons
We carry the largest and most com
I plete line in the city both in soft and
S I 1 stiff hit and at low prices
I NOBLE WOOD Co
f The exclusive Halters corner west of I
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I I Opera House II I I
1 I LOCAL JOTS I
Bar silver is quoted at 102 per ounce
S t in New York today S
S Butte silver mines aro expected to ship
500000 during September
j I The Denvers defeated the Leadvilles on
S I Sunday last by a score of 7 to 4
Texas Tom the tapeworm exterminator
S has gone to Butte in search of worms and
I given Salt Lake a rest I
t S The Emma Companys dnmpin Little Cot
S tonwood looks as though that famous mine
S would redeem itself ere long
S J Thoold and new snow at Alta aro clinging
together with the determination of remain
t r I ing true to each other until next July
4ycarold Hon of ilr Bert Kimball of
S 5 Parleys Park died of heart disease and
S was buried today from the Fifteenth ward
i r chapel
Mr Henry Heath has at last got one of
5 I those artesian wells after severalunsuccess
r ful attempts Everybody is invited to call
i and take a drink
I Mrs Siegel Miss Almy Prof B B Young
S and Prof Krousowill render some fine selec
tions at tho Synagogue this evening Ser
S vices begin at G30
McCornick S Co today received one car
of Hannuer bullion 2900 one car of Lost
River bullion 2950 and Queen the Hills
ore 1400 total value 7250
Not less than fifty witnesses in the Mor
i ton Porcher and other U C oases were
summoned before the Grand Jury today
S and collectedtheir covoted fees
Professor Vincent has ordered five hun
dred tons of coal to start the Flagstaff mine
at Alta Tho Professor says that ho hm
found ore which will pay well to ship
The Frederick Tunnel Little Cottonwood
under tho able management of Martin K
Harlmess is digging its way into the moun
tain at tho rate of about eight feet per day
The Primary Fair now holding in Social
Hall will continue until tomorrow night
S The admission is but 10 cents for adults and
half fare for children and a largo attend
ance is taking place
Mr Harker on the old Davenport ground
at Alta is erecting a furnace which is near
ing completion Mr Barkers aim is to pur
chase only low grade ores suoh as other
smelters have not been willing to handle
Tomorrows gaaao between the Salt Lake
and the Willard nines will begin promptly
at 230 p m in order to enable the visiting
club to return home in the evening Some
betting is being done on the result of the
game
The reunion of tho Preston Liverpool
and Manchester branches and conferences
of the Latterday Saints held yesterday at
Fullers Hill was a most enjoyable conven
tion and over 300 old friends and acquaint
ances revived former friendships in a pleas
ant manner
The Moutifiore Congregation hold the Kol
Nidri old ritual at Independence Hall this
evening commencing at 630 oclock Kol
Nidri is one of the prayers established since
tho early destruction of the Temple and is
offered as a substitute in place of the sacri
foes of olden time
John Taylor and George Q Cannon of
the First Presidency of the Church of J S
of L D S announce that semiannual
conference of the Clmrch of Jesus Christ of
Latterday Saints will commence at 10
oclock on Tuesday morning October 6th
ot Logan Cache county Utah
Tho Union Pacific coal department at
Omaha has requested tho Utah Central
Company to furnish tho Anaconda works in
Montana with 1050 tons of Pleasant Valley
coal per week This will necessitate an in
crease of about twentyfivo miners who will
S be instated at once and will require another
freight train on the U 0
Miss L E Paino was tendered a surprise
4 last evening by a large number of friends
at tho residence of Mrs J E Berkley No
241 Brigham street this city the occasion
being the presentation of a handsome gold
watch to Miss Paine in appreciation of her
labors while Baptist missionary Sal Lake
Several speeches wero made and happily re
sponded to and tho party dispersed well
pleased
F 0 Homo of this city bought Judge
U J NVenncrs house yesterday tho amount
s paid being 5500 Tho house is quite new
and modern in all its details and the prop
I erty is said to have originally cost d50J
1 Taking into consideration thefino location
S of tho promises it would certainly appear
very cheap at the price paid Mr H C
Wallace tho Alta merchant is to occupy the
house for tho ensuing year
u
S Third District Court
I In the case of D B Brinton vs W S
i Uullingcr demurrer to plea sustained
S S 1 Racldon vs Raddon on motion of At
torney Hoffman for the defendant i was
cited that defendant appear on tho 2Gth
of September to show cause why he
should not be attached for contempt
In the case of Collins vs Dickinson et
a1 demurrer withdrawn by F Hoffman
for the defendants and order for default
nnS decree1 According to prayer
Joseph Robinson of England was
< swornan American citizen today
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1 SCHOOL SINGING
I it111 Reopen lUonclaySeptember 22
Mr B B Ypung and Mine Mazzcato
Young will see pupils to arrange hour
S etc on the preceding Thursday Friday
and Saturday between the hours of 10
and 2 nt Calders Music g Palace
d PiiE Famous Cigar is known by con
noisseurs to be the best in the city
1S7S Established 1878
Jos Baumgarten the Fashionable
Tailor will use only the latest London
and New York Fashions and Styles and
also the finest Imported and Domestic
Clothe I defy any house west of Chi
cago to compare with my tailor depart
ment Call and be convinced S Ill1 Main
S street
f I b r l t2
S PUSHED TO THE WALL
nInnooder d McTIerner tclgn
S lint Assets are Equal to i
r Liabilities I
Very late last evening the firm of Din i
woodey McTierney who have con
i ducted a saloon and restaurant business
at No 107 S Main street made an assign 1
ment in favor of their creditors Jacob j I
Moritz who is the first preferred creditor
was appointed assignee The cause of the
failure is attributed to hard times and the
difficulty counts of collecting outstanding SAn ac i
An inventory of the stock has not yet j
been computed and therefore a full state
ment of the assets and liabilities cannot
be given but it is believed that thestock
and fixtures will cover all liabilities
The principal claimants aro Jacob
Moritz and J K Gillespie the broker j
Mr Moritzs claim is for 1600 and that
of Mr Gillespie for 1000
Accident to Mrs Gordon
A communication from Dixon Cali
fornia states that Mrs l1 E Gordon
while out riding on the 7th ins1 with her
husband Dr Gordon was thrown from
the carriage and severely injured I ap
pears that Mr and Mrs Gordon were be
hind a young spirited team when the
neckyoke broke letting the pole down
which struck in the ground tilting
the buggy up and throwing the
occupants with violence into the air Dr
Gordon was somewhat bruised while
Mrs Gordon received injuries which for
a time threatened to prove fatal I is
now learned that she will recover Many
Salt Lake people will remember Ir
Gordon a teacher last year of the gram
mar department of St Marks school
and misfortune will oe pained to learn of her sad
n
I
Sam Jones Sat on by CC1arat
Sew York correspondence Cincinnati I
Enquirer Men dont know f sensible
thing about my sex anyhow Why
theres Sam Jones the wild revivalist
declaring Fashionable women lie
around and do nothing but shop shop
shop Hell is full of such women 1
And all Ive got to say is that if hell is
full of us then there wont be any men
worth counting in heaven
PERSONAL
L U Colbath has gone to Milford
W H Dickson vent to Tintic yesterday
morning
A G Sutherland of Provo M a guest in
the city today
Ferdinand Dickert went to Black Hock on
Thursday mornings U C passenger
R L Sullivan of Hailey oes to Cumber
land Md in the morning via tho scenic
R B Miller and wife of Coalville go to
Now York City by the D 1L G tomorrow
Webb Moorej of the Passenger Depart
ment of the RIO Grande returned from a
business trip today
Mr Goldberg Judge Powers secretary
arrived in the city this morning and will
remain until Sunday
Mrs Mary T Bailey of thia city accom
by her daughter leaves for St Louis to
morrow by tho llio GrandE
Mr H E Wright accompanying the
Colorado excursionists now in Zion COPS to
morrow morning to Kansas City
Mr C N Dowden Pueblo in company
with the Colorado tourists departs in the
morning for tho Centennial State
Senator Manderaon and wife of Nebraska
took the U P for tho East yesterday morn
ing after a pleasant visit in Salt Lake
Miss Emma Wishon of Colorado Springs
shattered the hearts of the unmarried Col
oradoans Zion of tho excursion party now visiting
ZionMr I
Mr George L Miller editor of the Omaha
Herald ono of the liveliest Western sheets
of this country is in the city on an inspec
tion tour
Mr J J Wilson manager of the SALT
LAKE DEMOCRAT is sojourning for a few days
at Soda Springs in search of the elixir for
overwork
I C W Ewey a wholesale Pueblo fruit
dealer with the Colorado excursionists re
turns home in the morning well pleased
with our city
Mr E Guy of Denver is now visiting
Salt Lake in company with the 100 excur
sionists Tho gentleman expresses himself
astonished at the importance of our city
Mr Charles Shields of Denver had a
monopoly of the rear platform of tho Bio
Grande express from Colorado hero caused
by the charming little brunette from Colo
rado Springs being near at hand
Mrs J L Hanua of Denver and party
consisting of Mr Munger wife and child of
Chicago and Mr Cox and wife of White
water Col form a central group among tho
neighboring visitors from Colorado
Bishop Sharp who has been receiving
treatment from Dr Riggs of Provo for
supposed cancer trouble thinks his difficulty
id being overcome and it is hoped that he
will soon be entirely free from the ailment
Dr Horn and wife of Colorado Springs 1
and Mr Weaver and wife of the same
charming place express themselves do
lighted with the attractions of Salt Lake
and return tomorrow with flattering state
ments of Utah
Mr Watson Nesbitt a mining operator of
Silver Reef is in the city on business He
reports the time coming when the lowgrade
ores of that district will pay a profitable
margin and a substantial boom of prosper
ity set in like unto old times
Messrs Icklanor and Leon of Cincinnati
Ohio visited the Emma mine at Alta the
other day and both gentlemen expressed
great surprise at tho difficulties which pre
sent themselves in deep mining and hence
forth are ready to advocate silver coinage
as they are fully convinced that silver is not I
so easily obtained as tho Eastern papers j 1
would lead their readers to suppose i i
Good for the Digestion
You ask who that old man is he
said His age dignity and garb ought
to show that he is a clergyman I wont
tell his name because I know youll
print what I let you know He is a guest
at this hotel and a most estimable gen
tleman but I am convinced that while
professionally he prepares people for I
death he personally has his perceptions
open to the pleasant things of life Three I
remarkably pretty girls arrived the other I
day and he happened to get his eyes on
them while their father was registering
in the office Soon afterward they came
down to tinner and just l they ap
proached the diningroom door our rev
erend friend spoke to the head waiter
I Cant you put those ladies at the vacant j
table next below mine 1 he inquired
Certainly sir was the reply arc they j
friends of yours They are strangers H
said the clergyman but I would like
very much to have them in front of me
when I eat My appetite is i not what it i
ought to be here in the sea air and I find j
that something pleasant to look at is a vast j
aid to me at meals The pretty girls
are now quite unconsciously improving I
the worthy mans digestion Ocean
Grove Letter S
COAL OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First South Street
SMOKE the Celebrated Famous Cigar i
manufactured by Sam Levy
Great Reduction in Livery I
At Mark McKimmins Livery Stable
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THE LAW IS SUPREME I
I
i Bishop Sharp Virtually the Head of
the Mormon Church Pleads
Guilty Today
But He Has Not Disobeyed Any Law
Wilfully and Will Obey All of
Them in the Future
3Iorover He Will Neither Advise 1
Nor Abet a Continuance of the
Polygamous Regime
Bishop John Sharp and now virtually i
the presiding head of the Mormqn i
Church entered the Third District
Ii
Court at 3 J oclock this afternoon and
presented a statement setting forth that
he had entered the plural marriage
relation without knowledge of any con
flicting law and did not know the law
required him to disown his wives and
children He further stated that he was I
now living in harmony with the provisions I
of the law and intended to do so in the I
future
i
Bishop Sharp has u host of friends and
staunch admirers among the Gentile as
well as the Mormon element who have
observed for months the vital inroads of
an eating cancer and a greater under
mining of his useful career through a ter
rible suspense anxiety and mental strain
of responsibility
In answer to questions aa to whether
he would live within the laws hereafter
Bishop Sharp said he would and prom
ised not to advise others to follow plural I
marriage
Ho was fined 300 and discharged from
custody
This a longlooked for move on the
part of Isuch a representative man of the
ruling Utah element and it lets in the
hope of brighter days
Poker in Placer County California
The following story may not be truebut
it is said that not many Sundays ago two
owners of small ranches in the lower part
of tho county met in a saloon and sal
down to a friendly game of poker A
sporting man who happened to be pre
sent soon took a hand and after a few
turns he dealt each of the others what
they had reason to believe were top
hands while he himself passed out and
left them to bet They bet 1 they had
in sight they dug up all they could find
but were not satisfied Finally they
placed their hands in sealed envelopes
and went out to borrow After hy I
pothecating their homesteads they re
turned and each put up his pile When
it came to the show down each had
four aces and a king In the meantime I
the sporting man had mustered the entire
sportng entre
community t witness the fall of the cur I
tain Auburn Republican I
The New Olden Depot I
Last evening says the Ogden News A
H Nelson secretary of the committee of I
citizens having in hand the management
of negotiations with the respective railroad
road companies regarding now and sub
stantial depot buildings commensurate
with the trade and traffic of the town
received a letter from President Charles
Francis Adams Jr of the Union Pacific
Company in which the latter gentleman
expressed his extreme mortification at the
failure thus far to erect structures suit
able and fit for the circumstances The
impression is conveyed that the Union
Pacific is perfectly prepared and honestly
ready to commence building operations
as soon as the Central Pacific authorities
manifest their willingness to cooperate
more by work than talk I
Meeting of the Philemon
The Philemon Debating Club will hold
their regular meeting this Friday even
ing at halfpast 7 oclock in the Ninth
Ward schoolhouse A full attendance
of members is requested as thero is busi
ness of importance on hand A cordial
invitation is extended to those desirous of
becoming members ladies as well as
gentlemen C L BERRY Secretary
Nothing Broke I
The other day as an Irish hand ex
pressman was taking a couple of news
paper typo forms to the office where the
presswork was dono his cart collided with
a heavy wagon as he was about to turn
into the alley to get to the pressroom
and both forms were dumped out and
knocked into pi quicker than a cross
eyed man could wink
Without any idea as to the extent of
the damage Pat made his way to the
pressroom hunted up the foreman and
saidMr
IMr Foirsoytho would yez liud me tho
loan av a boocket or a basket or some
thing av that sairt to pick up the toypes
I was after bringin to yez for ye see as
I was comin into the mouth av the alley
beyant sure soom blagaird ran into me
wid his cairt and spilled the forrems but
thank God Mr Foirsoythe thank God
theres nothing broke theres nothing
broke
When the poor fellow woke up to the
crushing fact that it would break him to
make good tho damage he broke for
parts unknownChicago Ledger
Now GIris All Measure
To meet the requirements of a classic
figure lady should bo about 5 feet 47
inches tall 32 inches bust measure 24
inches waist 9 inches from armpit to
waist long arms and neck A queenly
womanhowevershould b 5 feet 5 inches
tall 31 inches about the bust 26 inches
about the waist 55 over the hips 11 I
inches around the ball of the nnn and
6K inches around the wrist Her hands
and cago feet Times should not be to nialbChj
Tell the Truth
Clergyman Johnny I am very sorry
to have to reprimand you but I think I
heard you call Charley Jones a hard name
yesterday
Johnny only called him a dn
iool
Clergyman Well you shouldnt do
that
Johnnv Mustnt F always toll the
truth 1
Mrs 31 G Lapham Co
Have received the Queens and Bazar
Dressmaker and a full line of new pat
terns for September Dressmaking in all
Us branches filled at the shortest notice
Orders solicited at 42 and 57 W First i
South Street j
Salt Lake City Brewing Company
r CULLEN H W MORSE
President VicePresident
We are now prepared to receive orders
for our CELE RATED BCDWEISKR LAGER
BEER Special inducements given to
Spcial pur
chasers of carload lots gve
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for the I
manufacture of beer after the Budweiser i
process we are in a situation to place be
fore the public an article superior to any
hitherto offered in this supror
Orders by telephone promptly attended
to JACOB MORITZ Sec Treos
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I LOOKING FOR LOST MATTIE
I
An Alleged Wife of Auffus M Can
non Said to be at the Dcscret
I Hospital but the Deputies
S Didnt Flml Her
I
I Last evening about halfpast 7 oclock
j five deputy marshals repaired to the Des
I et Hospital in this city and made a
I thorough search of the institution from
t garret to cellar in search of Mattie
Hughes the alleged wife of Angus I
Cannon and now some months e ciente j
S The matron at first objected to a search
I being made but a telephonic consultation
between Deputy Greenman and Bishop i
I I I H B Ciawson President of the Hospital
I resulted in the privilege of the officers to
I go through the building as empowered by
law Accordingly Messrs Greenman
and Collin made a search but found no
trace of Miss Hughes who returned to
Salt Lake by the underground about
three months ago and took quarters in
the Ninth ward for a few days before
going to a more secure hiding place
I
A QUEER QUACK
Tricky Tliielc Formerly of Sal
Lake Leaves XSuttcft Dust
Behind Him
A consummate fraud and a dangerous
quack called Thiele says Butte Town
Talk and having a general reputation as
an abortionist suddenly decamped on
Sunday night last leaving for parts un
known His departure is no loss to this
community and it i a mystery to us that
the citizens of Butte have so long toler
ated him His record throughout Utah
Nevada and Montana for infamous deal
ings in his profession is such that it cer
tainly must have preceded him here
and aside from that a casual observer
could readily perceive that his class of
callers were of such a character that no
respectable physician would for a moment
entertain I is to be regrelted that he
cannot be apprehended and brought be
fore the bar of justice to answer for the
infamous crimes with which he is gener
ally charged The wily medico however
knowing of the approaching meeting of
tho Grand Jury believing the better
part of valor was discretion packed up
his available duds and skipped He
leaves a few mourners behind in the
shape of creditors but as some of them
always supposed him a second Jesus
they can well aQbrd to stand the loss
they havo sustained The Town Talk has
been on his trail for some time and
though gone it is satisfactory to know
that his don of iniquity has been closed I
WARNERS SILVER DILL
No Probability of I 4Jomi romfqc
but n Straight Essue Expected
WASHINGTON September 17 The
Evening Star has the following Repre
sentative Warner of Ohio is in the city
today having come here to see Secre
tary Manning and Treasurer Jordan abont
his proposed silver compromise bill Mr
Warner has been consulting with all the
prominent silver men he could reach
with a view of strengthening his proposi
tion The most important persons on
both sides of the question are said how
ever to stand in their original position
and the prospects for a compromise aro
not thought to be good Both Mr Bland
and Mr Reagan are quoted as declaring
their determination to stand by the Bland
dollar uncompromisingly and the anti
silver men say that President Cleveland
has not altered his views in the least
since writing his famous antisilver letter
shortly after his election The prospect
eems to be for
A STRAIGHT ISSUE OX lOll SIDES
And the outcome depends upon whether
or not the Administration has received
enough converts since the last session to
put them in control of tho House on that
question which it is thought will be
most important in the organization of the
House and in this respect Speaker Car
lisle will he placed in an embarrassing
position There is no idea that he will
meet with any opposition in his canvass
for the Speakership and he will have to
decide as to the organization of the Coin
age Weights and Measures Committee
which will have the silver question be
fore it According to general custom the
old chairmen who have served satisfac
torily will be appointed at the heads of
their respective committees Thus Mr
Morrison will be expected to go at the
head of tho Ways and Means Mr Ran
dalls friends will claim for him tho Ap
propriation Committee and Mr Bland
will expect to be placed at the head of
the Coinage Weights and Measures Com
mittee organized according t his
ideas so that the silver men will be in
control Should his expectations be
accomplished
THE SILVER MEN WOULD HAVE THE REINS
In their own hands and the Administration
tion would be defeated at the outset On
the other hand i Mr Carlisle shouldje
fuse to replace Mr Bland in his old posi
tion or should organize the committe so
as to take the power out of his hands it
would have the tendency to commit the
House to the support of the administra
tion before any vote had been taken and
to plunge it into a long and exciting con
test at once In the face of those circum
stances it is important to know what
Carlisles views of the question are The
silver men naturally reckon on his being
with them as opposed to the New York
bankers but it is understood that he has
studied the question very carefully and is
inclined to think with President that
there is
DANGER IN TIE UNLIMITED COINAGE I
of silver dollars This question is giving
him more uneasiness than the tariff or
anything else that may come before Con
gress this winter and for months past he
has been talking with men on both sides
and making a careful study of the ques
tion Representative Warner expressed
I the opinion today that Congress would
I pass a compromise silver bill this session
1
Our Dress Goods Dept
Shows a handsome display of silks vel j
i vets and woolen fabrics which we offer at I
reasonable prices Call and see them at I
F AUERBACH BRO
How to Consult Dr Foote Sr by Mail
Dr Foote Senior author of U Plain
Home Talk Medical Common Sense I
etc etc would say to those who would 0
like to consult him by mail that they can
have a list of questions and a circular of
gratuitous advice by addressing Box 414
Salt Lake City The doctor has arranged j
to have such information supplied in this
way to save time Receiving such printed I
matter the correspondent can describe
his or her case fully and direct it to the
doctor in New York Dr Foote is
successfully treating all forms of chronic j
diseases specialty to which he has de
voted thirty years of study and practice
Evidences of his successcan also be had
by addressing Box 414 a above but all
letters of consultation and orders for
remedies should b addressed to Dr E
B Foote Sr 120 Lexington Avenue
New York City N Y Consultation free j
An advertisement of Dr Foote
advertsement Fote Sr in >
another place deserves attention
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TILE GREAT CffiUR DALENE
i
Predicted to be a Second California i
S When the BedKoclc of the Wnnh
Shall Be Tapped
A correspondent of the Portland Or
jVetrs a practical levelheaded mining
man writes that journal regarding the
Ccenr r lone country as follows
All thai is wanted in Cceur dAlene to
I day to bring unparalleled success and
endless capital to Murray immense busi
ness to Spokane the Northern Pacific
Railroad and Portland is a Hmnel run
from Dream Gulch to tap the bedrock of
the wash and the California system of
drifting At this point I saw men carry
I ing gravel in bags on their backs from
the rim of the hill four hundred feet down
I to the creek and make 5 a day to the
man with n rocker I with such a
wih
ridiculous and contemptible method of
working men could make 5 a day what
would they make or rather what would
they not make if the claim was put in
proper drifting form I is i at this point
the Webfoot Company sluicing in Dream
Gulch took out twenty pounds of gold
two weeks in succession or forty pounds
for the fortnight during my visit at an ex
pense of about 600 I hill drifting were
I thoroughly inaugurated round Murray
the yielclof gold every week would be
such that a man to name it or anything
approaching it would be denounced as a
lunatic At present grand as the weekly
returns are foramount of ground washed
the mines are not half worked nor the
district half prospected The tunneling
the hills would also do
system in his away
with the evils of the twentyacre claim
system which prevails on the streams
The twentyacre idea when first suggested
twentacre
gested in California was never intended
to apply to purely placer diggings it was
intended for quartz and hydraulic mining
alone I is now the national law I ad
mit but I doubt if true prosperity can
come to any camp where the placer mines
embrace so many acres to the exclusion
of so many men so much work and so
much capital Small claims like small
farms are the real basis of prosperity
I a man be familiar with this mighty
product of nature this great gravel
mountain wash that has intersected the
continent where it is distinctly developed
at intervals he is familiar with it in all
placesthat is if the formation be well
defined and the Tock primitive as at
Occur dAlene ho may by comparison
with developments at other places safely
predict success at that particular point
for under such circumstances tho wash
has never failed when properly opened
and skillfully worked I may be always
taken for granted as a rule that i the
gulches are rich the hills will prove rich
I cannot recall a single exception to this
rule either in Montana or California
when developments have been matured
Nature never changes her laws to suit
mans wants or whims and in the forma
tion of this great gravel belt as in the
organic mineral formations gold silver
and copperher laws l are eternal When
opened and worked under a proper sys
tem the hill gold deposits will make
Murray eventually another Eureka North
Bloomfield Cherokee French Camp
Little YorK Dutch Flat and Little Run
of California Not before Who will be
the first to inaugurate this great eta
Finally this is not a speculative article
written for effect Its truthfulness will
be recognized at once by every practical
miner familiar with our gravel deposits
During the last thirty years man has be
come familiar with everything relating to
this gravel formation except its origin I
and that he will never know Where it
first started what power formed its enor
mous channel how water was accumu
lated in sufficient quantities to fill i with
gravel how more recent river after
wards cut into it at different points how
mountains were overturned and quartz
ledges crushed to powder to enrich it with
gold in such large pieces and quantities as
have been found of late years are among
the many profound mysteries of crea
tion that man cannot understand and
probably never will for tho power to
do so is beyond our human faculties But
still this gravel deposit exists a most at
tractive study in all its relationsa mon
ument of mystery with other things in
this creation allotted to man Well so
long as wo are permitted to extract and
enjoy its riches let us be content and at
the same time honor the brave old miners
of California who have taught us so
much of this prohistoric resting place of
gold CoQur dAlene like California
thirty years ago is now undergoing her
preliminary lessons in mining When
her gulches arc worked out when new
men new ideas new appliances come to
ur as come they will with tho other
mining regions now opening up she will
help to made the great northwest equal
to California
UTAH COUNTY IRON WORKS
Select In ar I Suitable Point at Which
to Locate the Furnaces
Messrs Booth Noon and Beesley started
to day to the shores of Utah Lake to select
a suitable point at which to locate fur
naces for the Utah Valley Iron Manu
facturing Company The design is to use
the lake as well as the railways for tho
transportation of iron ore from the Com
panys mines on tho east side of Tintic
From calculations made it is shown that
water transport when it can be mado
practicable is the cheapest and Utah
Lako respect offers excellent advantages in that
It is the purpose of the committee to
make a thorough survey all along the i
north shore and along the Jordan river
as far as it can be found practicable for
practcable
boat transportation taking soundings all I
the way thence along the west south
and east shores sounding all inlets I
and channels worthy of consideration BO
as to obtain practical knowledge of the I
capabilities of the lake in the way of navi
gation
Our iron company are in earnest and
pursuing a careful course and there is
every probability of their succeeding in I
developing the iron interests of this
county Provo Enquirer 1 I
Doctors Professional Secrets
The Canadian courts have decided that
a doctor is only bound to keep secret his
knowledge of such diseases as would re
a
flect disgrace or infamy upon their vic
tims hence that knowledge of a case of
smallpox may not be concealed on the
ground of a professional obligation to r
secrecy Exchange
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JohnTaylor SonNo 43 and 45 Second I
South Street have just received a choice
lot of Spring and Summer TVoolenswhich I
they offer to make up in firstclass style
frstchug
at ereatlv reduced rates
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Protect Your Family
I is the duty of
eory man rich or j
rch
who has
poor ha created a home to make
some provisions against the inevitable 1
for those who are dependent
ar depndent upon him
and this hm 8
iinu ima most desirable result
can be
ob
resul
tained by procuring a policy in the Mutual
Life
the e Insurance Company of New York
oldest active company in America
the largest life insurance in and j
world Rates etc company the I
furnished Louis
by
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ins Agent 55 Main street
Eldridee Block 5 stret Hooper
Blok Salt Lake City
Cit
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i How Chief luipector Sharps Tracws
tfp the luau Kobber
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Oneoi the most important duties of the
Chief Inspector is to detect railway
postal clerks who steal letters containing
money To accomplish this Colonel
Sharpe follows a simple but ingenious
system which he explained the other day
to the writer
To catch tho thieves he said I had
constructed a large railroad map of the
United States which hangs in my office
in
Now supposing a man mails a letter
Boston for Kansas City containing 50 a
very bad practice but people will do it
The letters never reaches its destination
and pretty soonwe get a complaining let
ter stating the circumstances
Now if the supposed case were an
isolated one we probably could do noth
ing The letter in going from Boston to
Kansas City would pass through thirty
or forty hands and it would be useless to
fix the blame But the Boston mans
case is not isolated Every day we get
from one to fifty complaints from allover
over the country and this fact as you
will see enables us to locate the mis
chief
chiefFirst we ascertain exactly when and
where the missing letter was mailed and
its address Then we are ready for the
map I spoke of I take the Boston mans
letter and a bunch of similar complaints
and then I begin to stick pins into my
map I know just the route which 1 let
ter would take to go from Boston to Kan
sas City and stick pins along to sketch
out this course Then I take the next
thi
complaint Perhaps this is from a man
who lost money transmitting it from
Mobile to Chicago Very well I trace
out the line such a letter would take
The third perhaps was gent from New
York to San Francisco the fourth from
New Orleans to Buffalo the fifth from
Saginaw City to Philadelphia and so on
Now before very long the map begins to
look quite interesting The pins are
strewn all over the country but we notice
one track say for instance between
Chicago and Cleveland where all the
lines unite Thats where the thief is
Knowing now where the stealing is
going on we advise our most trusted man
in that division we have to trust some
body you know that there is trouble in
his section and we advise him to keep a
sharp lookout We inquire into the hab
its and associations of the clerks and we
are perhaps able to spotthe man at once
At other times it is more difficult But
we always fetch him Detection is cer
tain
The Fatal Fascination of Drowning
A Texas girl accidentally fell into the
water and was so nearly drowned that
resuscitation was difficult She declared
that her sensations had been delightful
and she blamed her friends for reviving
her A few days later she deliberately
drowned herself Exchange
English Factory Girls
In many English factories the girls are
robust as young athletes An R A once
declared that he never found such splen
did physical development as among the
factory girls in the slums of Stepney
They work hard all day and spend all
their leisure in the open air Foreign
Letter
FOR a good smoke try the Famous
Cigar for sale by Sam Levy
White House
S S
For the bent meals and rooms go to the
White hOUR Everything firstclass and
low rates
Arrival
We aro now opening and receiving daily
i full line of Fall Clothing for lIens and
Boys wear GOLDSMITH Co
EDUCATIONAL I
SAT LE i
ACADEMY
b a vP rrihJ m K A
PREPARATORY AND ACADEMIC DEPART
JL mcnts at
HAMMOND HALL
INTERMEDIATE and PRIMARY DEPART
MENTS with KINDERGARTEN at
INDEPENDENCE HALL I
WILL OPEN
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Joday Sep 70h
Classical Scientific and English courses of
Instruction Full faculty the same n for the
past four years
Academic instruction per term 850
Preparatory 1 al f5
Intermediate and Primary 600
For information and calendars apply to 50 I
BENNER 331 Third Eat streeet I
I Salt Lake Seminar
THE SIXTKBNTU ANNUAL SESSION S WILL I
September 7 1885
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With 8 fall Faculty of Seven Instructors Stu
dents will bo prepared for the bet New En I
gland colleges
COMPETENT i TEACHERS
Will preside over the several of j
deportments a
wellgraded course Kindergarten inclndcd I
HOMES FOR STUDENTS j
Moat excellent accommodations for i
accommodatons young
Indies in Davis Hall and for young gentlemen
in the adjoining gentemen
building All
under
buIdIn the
super
vision of the Principal Al SMper i
Ter informs ion address i
KKV J JAY OAKTIX PrtueljniJ
500 REWABD i I
The I of FZVi HBJM > UKJ > DOL
LABS viI be paid for information j i f I
that will lend to the apprehension I
uprebelslol > I i
and conviction of the person or 1
person who ptrpetrutcd the das J
tnrilly outrages ut the rcfciduiiceK
of Commissioner SlcKaj and At I
torney Dick von und Variait 1
ulc Vnrlul in
this city on he ulrht of the 12th
fUtt rtHS HIIP
Mayor
BOeriUfiiiseIfI C
SATURDAY JUNE 27 I
I opened at the old OIIDNEH A t
JONES
OtNEI f 31
LOON with s fine stock of S 1
Beer Liquors and Cigars j 1
Of fine grade and fa
tne we expect to see you there
Come along and call often Lots of
cal ofen experience
and plenty of goods insure
success We will
please you and strive
to hold
your patronage
the J premises 3hootln Gallery Billiards I and Pool on
S d
A J PEACOCK I
Opposite the Opera House Second Bout St I P
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER
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POWDER AK1PI0
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This Powder never varIc A marvel of parttr
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds and economic 1
eompetltion with the multitude of low test
short weight alum or phosphate Powder Sold
only in cans ROYAL MAKING POWDER COlO
Va street New York
MEDICAL
I Dr FOOTE Senior
Of l Lexington Avenue Now York
Hereby cautions the public SOT to
Employ or Communicate with a
man styling himself Dr Foot Jr
without maklnjr due Inquiry
I I This man came to Salt Lake City repreaeunu
II I himself a the son of Dr E B FOOTE or New
I I York the well known specialist a abundantly
I proved by affidavits As rumors came Into Sal
Lake City from Dakota and Montana from an
Ciy
I expose made there he changed his base and
I represented himself as the son of a more noted
specialist in New York City than Dr E B
FOE the well known author Mr JOHN K
TROW or the well known Trow Directory in
New York CIty forty rears in the directory
business ExGoyemor lSK FULLER or Utah
and the ton ABKAM W AKEMAN or many year
Postmaster In New York City also Surveyor
the Port gave their affidavits that there are no
other doctors in New York by the name of FOOT
I or FOOTE excepting Dr E B FOE the author
of Medical Common Sense etc and his tW8
son Dr E B FOOTE Jr and Dr HUBERT T
FOOTE The genuine Dr ForE Jr will here
after always employ the initials E Bin desig
nating his name Heretofore he has been
onl at home but wherever his
known not only hil pub
lications have been circulated by the name of
Dr FOOTE Jr Greater care will bo taken here
after in view of the fact that an unprincipled
afer
person has assumed to profit by his and hU
fathers reputation S
I Those desiring further and more detailed i IiI
formation In respect to this matter will rootle
I J by addressing Box 41i Salt Lako City Utah
Persons having information of advantage to
t plaintiffs will kindly communicate the same to
with Sutherland McBride Sal
J W Ivey wih Sat
I Lako City
I I Those desiring to consult DP IOOTE professionally
I sionally or to order remedies should addresk
either
I Dr E B FOOTE Sror Dr E B FOOTE Jr
I 12O Lexington Ave New York
i GonaultatioaFree in person or by letter
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L HOLLANDERS
JEWELRY STORE
148 Main Street Salt Lake City
AT
ELIASONS
142 SLAIN STREET
Yon caa find the largest assnrtraeut f
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everything needed In that line a
Locs Prj 008
Sacred Heart Academy
OQDEN CITY UTAH
d d S
THE SISTERS
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THE HOJY CROSS
TMIE COURSE OF STUDY U rjlOROLGH
0 embracing all the branches of a solid 51141
and accomplished education Lnngnaws ge > n
oral vocal and drawing leasou freu 01 charstr
Boys up to the ag of twolvo rweireJ
tp age 0 years ft
in I 1 separate bull 1fi re
bnIdfg
SchoolWill Open September Isi life 1
Half fir pketban be procure for llulll
For terms ant full pnUculaN 1Hl1lre ll
3lstcrs of the Holy
101y crO5 Ogden Utah
ST iYS ACADEMY
Salt Lake City Utah
CONDUCTED BY TUB
SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS
1a1 for Ikmrdera sumed and day pupil will bs Ii
MONDAY AUGUST 31ST 1886
fTt coureof study embraces all the branch
4f i al
I R thorough
and
accomplished education
aXGDAOES BEKAL DUATYIXG
and TOCAL 1CLt
icing Included iu the English course form ua
extra chae
The brick building chare to he Academy
nh
bready for September The low prossUK
tcau apparats wi be In basement of same
TERMS MODERATE
epartment Small boy boarders received In a separate
el rIent
Halffare the
vUa aUfar tickets can bo procured for
For Catalogue address A above

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