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AKIUVALS AXD DEPARTURES OF HAILS
at the Salt take City rostofilce
AnmVE CLOSE
Eastern = 800pm 730 am
California and West 1100 a1l1 1 425 pm
Montana and North 800 pm 733 am
DRGEast 500pm I 1030am
Ogden Utah UOO am 730 am
M Ogden Utah 800pm 425pm
Park City 8oopm 730am
Fooele County 4O3pm 720am
Alto Utah Cl020am 6 am
Blnghani lJtah 400 pan 620 nm
gg
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nuthorn Utah I 650 pm 623 nm
lhe above is r ndard mountain time
OlIN T LYNCH Postmaster
g 2a e ity Utah Iarch 22 1885 j
Silver Quotations
Corrected daiy by Wells Fargo Co
Silver Nev York 102
Silver London 17
tend New Yorkper 100 lbs 42 >
HATS HATS HATS
Tall and Winter Style Just Arrived
Vounians
This celebrated hat is light and flexible
and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in
New York City
El M SSlicrintinN
I Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
ialty of and w < H cheaper than any
f house west o k York
stetson
We carry tho largest and most com
plete line in the city both in soft and
stiff hats am1 t low prices
NOBLE WOOD Co
The CXCILic Hatters corner west of
Opera House
j LOCAL JOTS
Lead has jump t > 42 >
Ha anybody heard the Postoffice fall yet
I know a Bank wher i the wild Bowers
blooms
Wells Fargo t Go iovl ceived Honor
ice ore valued at 13 <
S Thanksgiving will be cpuernlly observed
but there will scarcely I ny skating this
I year
I There is nn elegant display of ladies
J wrappers and gents gowns in Ihe show win
dows of Yearian Co
Members of The Mikado Company are
J icquested to meet at Careless music store
thIS evening at 7M oclock
I McCornick C today itceived Han
f I auer bullion 3120 Queen of the gills ore
I 1400 total value 4520
j
I Where is our constitutional city attorney
I now Oh Absalom my son where art
I thou in the hour of the citys great need nr
J ilr Sam H Lewis was scooped in this
m afternoon by the police on the L and L
i I count next Where will the lightning strike
I Simultaneous with the new fee fund firm
a new Underground Railroad has been
opened for the accommodation of the L
and L
I cannot be long before many anxious
= I hearts are made easy on the Post ofce busi
I ness Those who get left will be the truly
I I happy ones
I I I all the revelations about cohabs under
I tho Edmunds law and cohabs under the law
of nature are true then indeed there is no
health in us
The Herald says it is the only paper in the
I city that printed the lumber petition The
i Herald is entitled to the credit for most of
its news comes from the old lumber room
Theyve got em on their list Three
I I hundred names are reported t be on the
i citys L and L calendar and the names
comprise most of the young Gentile citizens
of the town
Mr W H Yearian was arrested this after
noon on a charge similar to that in the Van
dercook case He waived examination was
I placed under 503 bonds and the case is to
be called next week
The taste displayed by the Utah delegation
to the St Louis convention in the decoration
of their oars was highly commended in Den
ver and was taken as an indication of their
loyalty to the Government
G M Banks of Ogden the backer of the
S unknown who is matched for a pugilistic
Imgisbo
contest with Smith for i2C3 a side has tele
I I graphed J A Fitzgerald that he will forward
i1ao to cover Smiths guaranty
The Thanksgiving proclamation of Gov
I ernor Hoadlev of Ohio makes no reference to I
the Supreme Being The Governor says he
i I has no right to command the people of the
State to worship God on a certain day
An attempt is being made to have Emma
Nevada appear in Butte sass the Tows Talk
of that place I she concludes t come
tickets will be placed at i each Opera
comes high but then Buttes classic citizens
I must have it
I Another feefiend firm has been organized
is with Spiers Moyle Kenner and org8nzcd
t police as the chief conspirators It is to cty
I hoped that these officials will neither get
proud nor to quarreling among themselves
n to the divy of the boodle
1 Song of the Deputy
I Taken from the city jail
On habeas corpus chances
I Liberated then on bail
On my own recognizances
Iottponed till Friday
Le Grande Young said before the District
Court this afternoon that he thought some
S thing could and should be done to stop the
arrests by the city till the Court had ren
dered an opinion in the Vandercook case
I But the city is plunging in all the same on
I the arrest racket
I
U Alter the complaint was read to Deputy
I Vandorcook Saturday night S A Kenner
bobbed up serenely and put a volume of
questions to Messrs Anderson and Mason as
to their financial standing etc in the com
i munity As the city prosecuting attorney
prosecutig atorey
I was present why didnt he attend to that
part of the business What is ho paid for
Graus Opera Company will play an en
gagement at the Walker Opera House com
mencing Deceuber 2d Besides The Mike I
Mil
I do this company plays Strauss masterpiece
I The Queens Lace Handkerchief and the
j I overpopular Chimed of Normandy The
I operas are put upon the stage in grand style
1 and with this company are some of the best
I artists in the comic opera line
J One of the features of Thanksgivhig Day
Thausgiing
will be the excursion over the Utah Central
to the Hot SpringSj about four miles Cntrl
of the city Besides mies
the giving everybody a
chance to test the wonderful properties cverybov of
these mineral waters numerous other at
tractions have been provided in order to
make the excursion a very pleasant atI
yer lte
out and the train will return in time for the
Thanksgiving dinner I j
New Importations at Rogers Wis
combs
Malaya Grapes California Quinces
Smoked Halibut Ohio Butternuts
Sultana Raisins Preserved Ginger
Fard Dates New Currants
Smyrna Figs New Citron
New Orleans Molasses
Imported Olives in bulk
New Mince Meat
New Ohio Chestnuts
New Finnan Haddics
French Prunes in tins
Sicily Shelled Almonds
Pure Maple Syrup
Pure Maple Sugar
New Lemon Peel I
New Orange Peel etc
Religions Notice i t
All persons that belong and have I i
belonged to the Christian Church are re I
t quested to meet Sunday the 29tliat 2 p
in at No 269 South Fourth West i
COAt OIL and Fluid r at PioneerLamp 0 > I i I
Store 57 E First South Street > it
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HERES A PRETTY HOW DYE DO
Deputy Vandcrcoofc Arrested I > y time
City Police for Unlawful
i Taken From tie City
i Jail Etc
1 Salt Lake would be nothing i not sen
sational and it has ever been thus
Should a history be written with a red
letter for every startling event known
here upon every page would be found a
crimson capital Every day brings forth
its issue and so accustomed have the
people become to excitement that they
live in expectancy of it Recently how I
ever little has occurred to break the I
monotony but on Saturday evening the
spell was broken the occasion being
the arrest uf Deputy Marshal Vander
cook who was taken in by the police
at the Utah Central depot a he got off
I the evening train from Ogden The news
I of his arrest spread through the city as
quickly as though he had been a self
exiled polygamist who had re
turned and given himself up to
the minions of the law Ever 1
since it has been the chief topic of con i
versation Many and various have been
the speculations as to what the result
will be in this particular case and what
I may follow especially as it is rumored
that the officers of the church party have
booked a large number of our leading
citizens for the same offense which is as
alleged in the Vandercook complaint
lewd and lascivious conduct committee
with one Mrs S J Field The com
plaint is sworn to by B Y Hampton
and places the 5th of last August as the
I date when the offense was committed
Mr Vandercook upon his arrest wa
I immediately taken to the City Hal
and after some delay the complaint was
read to him Before this official act was
proceeded with Marshal Ireland Mr
Varian and other of Mr Vandercooks
friends came to render him what assist
ance they could After this Mr Vander
cook was released on 500 bonds Messrs
I I Hugh Anderson and C P Mason going
his security
Soon after the arrest of the deputy the
police walked into the station with C F i
Pearson TL S Commissioner for Davis
county and at present a lawyer of this
city Mr Pearson had been arrested for
the same offense upon a similar com
plaint which set forth in plain terms that
the crime had been committed with one
Lydia Bailey on June 17th Pearson was
released on a 500 bond Lindsay Sprague
and W W Wood becoming security I
Vandercooks case was set for a hear
ing this morning before Judge Spiers and
that of Pearsons for tomorrow
tomorow
Some considerable time before the hour
set for the hearing at the Police Court tin
morning a large crowd gathered at the
Cit Hall The crowd increased till every
available inch outside of the railing was
taken up and the hallway was jammed
to the outer doors Judge Speirs prose
cuting attorney Moyle Sip Kenner B Y
Hampton and other city officials scribes
from all the town dailies shorthand re
porters and several others were inside the
railing before 10 oclock Among the 1
officers of the court there was an air of I
profundity and importance as though
the High Council was in session
Mr Vandercook did not put in an ap
pearauce and the time wore wearily
away till an hour had passed Marsha
Phillips then stepped into the room and
whispered something to Mr Moyle and
then to the Judge and in a few seconds
just as Mr Moyle was about to speak up
popped Kenner and announced to the
court much to everybodys astonish
ment that the case of Vandercook had
been taken to the District Court on a writ
of habeas corpus and that he would be
discharged or remanded back to the jus
tices court With a crestfallen air the
justice meekly and weakly said that
being the case his court had nothing
further to do in the matter until it was
known what action the District Court
would take
At this point the crowd cleared the
City Hall and immediately proceeded to
the Federal courtroom In a short time
Mr Jos L Rawlins stepped forward and
addressed the Court in substance as fol
lows In the case of Vandercook broutrh
before this Court on a writ of habeas cor
pus the parties in the case were all in
court and ready proceed with the pe
tition
The Court asked if counsel for the city
I was in court at which the
cour young prose
cuting attorney MiMoyle said that he
desired a little time to get prepared for
the case Two oclock this afternoon was
then set for the hearing Mr Vander
cook by mutual consent of counsel was
allowed to go on his own recognizance
The following is a copy of the hoy of the i
petition for the writ of habeas corpus I I
The petition of Oscar Vandercook shows
That he is now n prisoner confined in the I
custody of W H Phillips Marshal of Salt
Lake City in the city and county jail of
salt Lake for a supposed criminal offense
towit Lewd and lascivious conduct and
sexual intercourse in violation of a city
ordinance which ordinance your petitioner
alleges to be invalid
Your petition also shows that such confine
confne
ment is by virtue of a warrant a copy of
which i hereto annexed and also upon a
written complaint a copy of which is here
also annexed
Your petitioner prays a writ of habeas car
nts to the end that he may be discharged cor
from custody
loignedJ OSCAB VANDEKCOOX
A few minutes
after the courtroom was
opened this afternoon it was packed by
an eager crowd of spectators anxious to
hear the proceedings in the Vandercook
case Counsel for the city in the persons
fthe legal firm of Williams Young
who had been retained by the city dur
lug the noon intermission asked the
Court to allow 3 extension of time in the
case as counsel for the city wished to
look into the matter Mr Williams
1I Wiiams
said that tie question before this
court was a matter of deciding 1
as to the validity of the city ordinance
under which the petitioner who asks for
a writ of habeas corpus had been arrested
The question does not involve the guilt
or innocence of the petitioner or prevent
him in any way from the discharge of his
duties upon the court counsel having so
agreed I
Counsel for the petionerr L
Itawlins once prosecutinc attor I I
ney for the city was prepared to
j I argue the case but as the matter had I I
1 only been in their hands but a little time
to prepare argument he would ask for a I I
I postponement After considerable talk
j from both sides Friday morning at 10
I oclock was the time set
S This matter revolves on the whole ques
tion as to the validity of the city ordinance
and Vandercooks case will probably be
made a test regarding the settlement of
that point
I Thanksgiving Dinner I
i Time finest fattest and best display of I I
Turkeys Ducks Chickens Game etc
Oysters Nuts and New Fruits and every I
thing to make a firstclass Thanksgiving
Dinner to be found at the store of James
Lucas 52 E First South street I
I
ORANGE Cake Silver Cake Angels
food and nobody knows what all with I
the Sandwiches and superb Mocha to
finish up Thanksgiving dinner at St i I
Marks Schoolhouse the whole thing to
be fringed with a lovely dance in the
evening I
Ten cents admission to
the Christmas I J
Market
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i THE THOMPSON OPERA COMPANY
j I A Long and Successful Season Play
j iiijr The itLiladoA Company
j of Artists
1 Yesterday afternoon a DEMOCRAT re
Ii porter met Mr Edward J Abraham
business manager of the Thompson
Opera Company which is shortly to
make its appearance at the Theatre for
two nights in The Mikado
The conversation naturally enough
turned on TheMikado and theThomp
son Company
You make a specialty of this opera
asked the reporter
uYes sir replied Mr Abraham uWe
I have played it longer and more night I
than any other company oa this conti
nent At the end of the engagement in
your city we will have played it over two
hundred times Last year the Thompson
Company made a specialty of the Beg
gar Student and this year the same is
being done with The Mikado The
opera ran for six weeks in Cincinnati
during the last of the season last sum
mer
merHow long has the Thoiripson Com
pany been organized
About thirteen months The company
is composed principally of the original
McCall people all of whom everybody
knows were first ciass artists Since the
Thompson organization the company has
never closed winter or summer We are
proud to say that The Mikado as pre
sented by us is the finest production of
the opera in America The principals
are all stars apd the chorus is full and
the most powerful on the road
At this point Andy Brixen popped in
and told Mr A that if he expected to
hear the Tabernacle choir he mustshake
the newspaper man and come with him
at once With this gentle hint from the
proprietor of the V H the DEMOCRAT
reporter bade the manager good day
The Thompson company has met witl
phenomenal success in Denver The com
pany is reputed to be firstclass in every
particular and plays The Mikado in
grand style
Since the opera has been introduced
here three times by the amateurs and
because so much has been said and writ
ten of the piece it would be superfluous
to give an explanation of either the plot
or the style and character of f the play I
is everywhere accorded to be the funni
est most novel and catching opera of the
season and that Gilbert and Sullivan
have never written anything more charm
ing and entertaining
There are several reasons why a pro
fessional production is desired < in Salt
Lake and there isnt a doubt that the
Thompson Opera Company will meet
with a hearty reception in this city
THE MARSAC MILL
Chambers ali < jlicr and Grant lIes
urrcct the Old Works
There was a time in the history of this
camp says the Park City Record when
there were more mills than mines Prof
Clayton estimated the McIIenry bluff to
be worth fi000000 Sevenoaks Hal
comb and the writer of this came down
I time hill from the Lake and an open cut
called our attention to a spot in which
men were at work That spot is the
present Ontario Had an enthusiast got
hold of that mine this camp would not
be in existence There was a crisis in the
history of this camp that Creg Chambers
filled just like timbermen in a mine work
in a Dutchman Like all successful
men Chambers had enemies but he
surrounded himself with lieutenants that
would pull the bottom out of hell and
give the Devil a contract to go deeper
Pat Kirviri was with him in the early
days and our readers know that under
Chambers management it was Kirvins
mine for years The depth attained in
the old working shaft iiecessi tated ma
chinery and as in the history of all
countries a man was found ready for the
emergency Dan Ball had shot himself
at the Vallev Ilonsfi hut
ValleIouse butAlI Grant was
still at the mill As when General Grant
was inspired to have Sheridan swoop
down upon Lees Army Chambers placed
Joe E Galighcr in charge of the Ontario
mill Sheridans work is historical
when Galigher dies well write his
biography millions have been turned
out of this old
mine and millions yet re
main West of the Ontario miners had
turned wistful glances A boy came
along and saw what to some seemed a
delusion the continuation of tIle Ontario
fissure With the true instinct of a gen
eral l R C Chambers recognized his
abilities and that boy r J Daly has
demonstrated now what was then in
doubt that patent stakes do not limit a
vein
In the early days of the Ontario mine
on the strength of Prof Claytons report
a mill vas built for the Me Henry The
company had a mill but no developed
mine Chambers knew he had a mine
bu no mill and rented the McHenry4n
which to work his ores I
Rowland went on to Flagstaff hill and 1
induced Michigan gentlemen to build
iIchigan buid a
mill in which ore might be worked that
only existed in his own fnrtilp imnmnn
tion I was called the Marsac and when
I the McHenry machinery was worn out
Chambers leased the Marsac Before the
Marsac shoes were worn out the Ontario
mill was ready to drop its stamps
Daly having dropped upon the true westward
tre
ward course of the
famous Ontario vein a
mill was required to work the ores of the
new mine The old Marsac was yet in
fair condition
condion and the new company
OUght it Joe Galigher and A I Grant
took hold of the old hulk and about the
first of January thirty stamps vIll drop
from
om reconstructed
reconstrcted gums upon ore rich as
the Ontario ever had There is much in
I the history of the Park that has not been i
in print but the full story would fill a
book mrrj
Thanksgiving
C B Durst will have a large supply of
Turkeys Fish and Game of all kinds
also Choice Butter Fresh Eggs Raisins
Currants and Dried Fruits Just the
place to order your Thanksgiving dinner I
now to Consult Dr Foote Sr by Hail
Dr Foote Senior author of or Plain
Home Talk Medical Common Sense
etc etc would say to those who would
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
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 1 i
doctor in New York Dr Foote is I I
successfully treating all forms of chronic j 1
diseases a specialty to which he has de
voted thirty years of study and practice i
Evidences of his success can also be had I
by addressing Box 414 as above but all
letters of consultation and orders for I
remedies should be addressed to Dr E
B Foote Sr > 120 Lexington Avenue
New York City N Y Consultation free
An advertisement of Dr Foote Sr in I
another place deserves attention
I I
Stores I Tintrare I I
Go to P W Madsen Co for stoves
ranges and tinware 39 and 41 east j
First South street I t
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I PARK CITY lINING NOTES
Apex anti Crescent NotesT lcphO a
Emprorements Death of Souls
I I puffy
I Correspondence of the DEMOCRAT
I
PARK Crrv November 22 1885
The ore shipments this week have
been rather small l on account of the bad I
weather The Crescent has made no
shipments owing to the impassable con
dition of the tramway The following
lots passed through Sfackintoshs sam
pier
POUND
Ontario 5870 I
Daly 123150
Sampson 104
Hayt Broso 2145 I
y
Total 774930
7793
The bullion shipments of the Ontario
this week amounted to 37 bars contain
ing 2556672 ounces of silver valued at
2845339
Assessment work is being done on I
nearly all the claims around the camp
Every one whohas a promising claim
is doing the necessary work upon it to
hold it and finally bec mea silver king
The only work that is being done at the
Apex is on the tunnel I has reached a
length of 1400 feet and is being steadily
pushed through the mountain Eight
men are at work on this property andy
spring it is thought some fine develop
ments will he made
The approach of winter combined with
the changeable state of the weather has
so affected the Roaring Lion situated in i
Thaynes canyon that its roar has sub
sided into a hoarse bark and will cease
entirely in a ftw days The foreman was
seen solicitintrthe loan of n Dadlock the
other day to lock up for the winter
Eighty men are working at the Cres
cent
The repairs on the Crescent tramway
will soon be finished Last Fridays force
of men started tQ work replacing the 16
pound rails with 35pound rails from the
switch to the mine But one mile and a
quarter yet remains to be laid and i the
weather remains good it will be com
pleted within the next two weeks
THE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE
Of this place is being reconstructed in
fact built over again entirely new Mr
E G Holding of the Salt Lake exchange
has been in the Park for some time
managing the improvements New
poles and new wires have been put up all
over the city and to the mines and cop
per wires have been substituted for the
old iron wires A room in the new City
Hall has been engaged and as soon as
the building is completed the exchange
will be moved into i A new switchboard
board will be put in and everything done I
to make the exchange one of the fines
in the country A number of new tele I
phones have lately been put in through
out town All this speaks well for the
new management and the people of the
Park are loud in their praise of the late
improvements for they have had some
sad experience in telephone matters
THE SOCIETi BUILDING ASSOCIATION
Are preparing to make important and
muchneeded changes in Society Hall A
25x35 addition is to be built onto the
back of the
building and in this a new
stage with all modern improvements is to
be placed There will be two dressing
rooms of comfortable size at the back
leaving in front a stageroom of 20x3o
feet New and artistic scenery will be
put in which with the other changes
will make it compare favorably with
either the Salt Lake
Opera House or
Theatre Bids for the
work are being re
ceived and sometime during the coming
week the contracts will be let when work
will commence at once Three week
a month will see the work completed
MINOR MENTION
The new City Hal will be occupied
about the 20th of next month
Thanksgiving night the K of P give
another of their popular sociables
The Record has of late been indulging
in a series of jokes about as clear a the
average Park mud
A ride from Park City to Salt Lake by
stage now costs but one dollar the
rivalry between the two staffs linns ins
n n
ing i cut in prices
Tuesday evening December 1st Mr
W J Harden delivers a lecture on Rem
iniscences of Slavery and the Rebellion
for the benefit of the Congregational
church
The stationery firm of Fraser Bates
ire making extensive improvements in i
their place of business to accommodate I
the increasing demands of the trade A
fine assortment of drugs will be put in
and numerous other additions made
additons
Johnny Duffy an oldtimer in the
Park and a wellknown character
throughout this Westerncountry having
finished his work on these lower levels
stepped on the cage Tuesday night and
was hoisted to that better land where
prospects are always sure and even a
tenderfoot can stake out a claim any
where which will assay gold 2000 Ibs
to the ton
PERSONAL MENTION
Sam Levy and Joe Simon of Simon
Bros took in the Park during the past
week
weeklr David Keith the popular foreman
or f the Ontario No 3 went down to Zion
Monday suffering from a severe cold
I Uolonel W11 and E P Ferry are in
Sal Lake on business
I I
I Music Music
Through a mistake an extensive ship
ment of Sheet Music for Pianos Organs
and other instruments was sent to Coalter
Snelgrove of this city amounting to
750 and they have just received notice
to sell it at any price it may bring
They have decided to sell for 1 in cash
5 worth on pieces marked to 35 cents
5 cents each and those marked to 75
cent 10 cents each This is the best
chance that has ever been presented to I
the public in this city Coalter Snel
grove may feel sure that this beautiful lot
I C1 sheet mUsic will find buyers at a
charges price that only amounts to the express I I
For your millinery hats bonnets and
trimmings stamping and pinking hair
ornaments notions etc
fanrv wWla
embroidery silks and cotton all kinds of
fancy wools zephyr chinelle arrasene
mats tidies splashers stamped aprons
etc Wax Flower and Fruit material a
I full lineand THE ONLY LINE KEPT IX THE
TERRITORY go to Mrs B S Long atNos
1 j I 35 and 37 E First South street Remem1 i
I ber that she is NOT at her late stand on I
Main street Orders by mail promptly I
attended to
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1878 Established 1878
Jos Baumgarten the Fashionable i
Tailor calls the public attention to ths
fact that he makes a specialty of over I
coats Swallowtail and Business Suits at i
the lowest prices in this city
White House
For the best meals and rooms go to the
White house Everything firstclass and
low rates
i
Schades
Billiard and Beer Hall is now opento the
public Only the finest brands of Liquors J
and Cigars kept on hand at 167 Main St
W SCHADE Propnetor i
Great Redaction in livery
At Mark McKimminsLivery Stable
f t FITTED UP IN FINE STYLE
I
rile Metropolitan Hotel Undergoes
Thorougn ISenovatioii TillIl Is
Second to None in the City
I
1 i S A DEMOCRAT reporter this morning
I made a call at the Metropolitan Hotel for
the purpose of inspecting the changes
I
recently made in that house He was
I shown up stairs by the clerk vfho intro
I duced him to Mrs Hill the newly
I j installed hostess Mrs Hill was busily
I engaged superintending the carpeting and
other arrangements regarding the final
preparations of the rooms Come rg t
in Mr DEMOCRAT said Mrs Hill in her
genial goodnatqred way and she then
proceeded to show the reporter the many
excellent changes that have been wrought
on the floors of the second and third sto I
ries of the building The original design I
of the Metropolitan was not the very best
in the world by any means as the second
and third floors had been so constructed
that there was in the centre of each a row
of dark rooms with a narrow passage on
either side This row of dark rooms has
been entirely taken out and all the side
rooms have been extended out about
eight feet on either side This change
has left a spacious and elegant hall the
entire length of the building and eveiy
room in the hotel is a front room The
proprietors could not have made any
change that will so meet the approval of
guests as this one
On each floor elegant bath rooms and
ordinaries of the most improved patent
have been put in so that guests can be
furnished with hot or cold baths and other
necessary accommodations without leav I
rag tne Dunuing
The rooms have all been thoroughly
cleaned repapered and are certainly
numbered among the best lighted the
healthiest and the largest sleeping apart
ments of any hotel in the city The
front roms facing Third South street
have been arranged into elegant suites for
families All the windows have been
hung with lace curtains and shades The i
entire house is lighted with gas the
dining room and office having electric
lights in addition to the gas chandeliers
The dining room has been beautifully
fitted up and now is one of the hand
somest apartments in the town
We are pleased to announce that Hill
Hill have opened this hotel and that
they intend to run it on the very best
1 plan for the accommodation of guests in i
quest of a comfortable place at a moder
ate charge
Mrs Hill says that the intention is to
make a specialty of family accommoda
tions and permanent resident boarders
Mr and Mrs Hill will doubtless make
a success of the Metropolitan for it is
certain they will do all they can for the
I comfort their guests
THE STOCKMEN IN DENVER
An Ovation and tHe Freedom of the
City Tendered Them Faust
Makes a Speech
The Salt Lake express over the Union
Pacific railway pulled into Denver Friday
at 3 oclock p m says the Denver News
with three special Pullman sleepers at
tached The cars were elegantly deco
rated with canvas landscape and cattle
scenes United States bunting and em
blematic flags The occasion of so large
a train is accounted for by the fact that
120 Utah Idaho Nevada Wyoming and
California stockmen delegates to the
National Horse and Cattle Growers at
St Louis were on the train Seventy of
these representative stockmen are from
Utah and represent over 272000 head of
cattle and 140000 head of horses Dr
H J Faust vicepr sident of the Nation
al and president of the Utah convention
headed the party Since the conventon JoIy party
part
of stockmen and cowboys left Salt Lake
city on Thursday morning l at 8 oclock I
A CONTINUAL OVATION OF COURTESIES I
were meted out at Ogden Evanston
niiAVpnnp n nnrl Tlonvor Tim TVnT r > Iain
I gates represent nnn 1000000 head of v cattle
and the other Territories a proportionat
amount Several single individuals have
shipped Eastover the Union Pacific from
100 to 200 cars of cattle during the
car catte past
season in consideration of winch the
Union Pacific kindly tendered free fare to
the respective delegates Every atten
tion and comfort is provided for the stock 1
men who are loud in their praise of the
hospitality of the road
On their arrival hereihe party was met
by Mayor Bates and General Cook and
escorted about the city and shown
through the public buildings of the city
A formal vote of thanks was extended
to Messrs Bates and Cook for their court
esies Fifty of the delegates from Utah
Idaho Nevada and California visited
various objects of interest in Denver
among them the county court house As
it was twilight Chairman Gird caused all
he ga burners to be lighted and the al
ferent rooms thrown open The visitors
were loud in their praise of the beauty of
the building When they entered the
district court room Mr Faust of Utah
or as he is called Bishop Faust took I
the judges seat and called the meeting to
order After a short and vprv nmnhi
mentary address whose subject was 1
Denver a delegate moved that all
hose present should vote at St al
for Denver as the next place for holding
the National convention This was
promptly seconded and carried unani
mously when the chairman amid con
siderable laughter said You are now
ill excused After visiting other
tons of the building the guests departed por
for the Chamber of Commerce and other
buildings
I
THE Famous Cigar known by con
noisseurs to be the best in the city
For Sale
A good upright piano for sale cheap
apply at No 57 W Second South street
I S 4 xT LABE
I COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
Cor 2nd
South and 2Md East Sts
THE SECOND QUARTER
WILL BEGIN
MONDAY NOV 16th 1885 I
milE COURSE OF STUDY
THE STUDYCOMPRISES ALL
departments
of
school a thoroughly graded I
Including Music Drawing and the
languages The
isbes the best of accommodations boarding department furii I
both for pupils of
sexes who
are under
areful
Expenses moderate supervision
For particulars address I
J F MILLSPAUGH M D
Superintendent II I f
OS CARVER j i
Livery J Feed Sales Stable I
I
HAVE THE FINEST CARRIAGE
dIe horses1n the country AND SAD
Transportation to TAYLOR
d 1iort Notice and PIOCHE on
Terms Reasonable and
cod Satisfaction Quaran
Stable at head of Main Street
Erisco 1 CtZib
11
to
I
PLAYED IT FOR FIFTEEN YEARSj
I PLAYED
Lucky Strike in
StrUEc
Charles L Davis
Play of Ahin
His popular
josliii
Standing in the lobby of the Walker
reporter
a DEMOCRAT
House last evening as DEJIcRAT
porter sauntered into the hotel was Mr
I George A Arthur assistant business
manager of the Alvin Joslin Comedy
three
Company which is to appear here
nights this week After the usual saluta
tory remark the DEMOCRAT reporter
asked the business manager how long
Mr Davis had been playing his popular
i comedy Alvin Joslin
I About fifteen years was the reply
Aboutrthat many years ago continued
I Mr Arthur Mr Davis was playing
Alvin Joslin as an afterpiece in a
I variety show Hetionceiyed the idea of I
enlargingthe thing into a drama He
did so and traveled to Philadelphia
on his trunks because he hadnt
the money to put up for fares The stand
was for a weekend the receipts for that
week were 9000 Since that time Mr
Davis has been coining money out of
Alvin Joslin Today he is one of the
richest men in the profession He re
cently bought a plot of ground on Fifth
Avenue in New York upon which he pro
poses to build the most costly and magni
ficent Thespian temple in the world
Mr Davis carries all of his own scenery
and therefore can and will present his
play here as wellmounted and in every
other particular as in San Francisco or
the east
The company is made up of good actors
the leading lady being Mrs C L Davis
AMUSEMENTS
Salt Lake Theatre
T Three lights and Saturday Matinee
COMMENCINCf +
I
THURSDAY Nov 26th
Chas1 C L L Davis O WorldRenowned
AlvinJosiin Comedy Co
CELEBRATED +
OPEBITICrSOLOHllC C f fSTRA
I Tn
10000 Challenge Band
New Scenery
180 LAUGHS in 180 MINUTES
BOX OFFICE opens Wednesday at 10
oclock a m
CHRISTMAS MARKET
By the Ladies of St Marks Guild at
St Marks School House
ON
THANKSGIVING EYE N IN
At 7 oclock
SUPPER SANDWICHES COFFEE AND TEA
COFFE
0 with Cakes Booths for Fancy Articles
Artcles
Aprons Candy Flowers Japanese Tea Fruit
Cakes Mince Pies Home Cooking and Guild
Cook Books Guid
1KIDAY tTERlVnOJV from 1 to 5
Sale aud Lunch
FRIDAY EVENING
Sale and Oyster Supper Oysters a la Creme
Fresh Oysters
NEW TODAY
tS6iY1NG DAY
EXCURSION
A Special Train
I WILL LEAVE THE UTAH CENTRAL
Y T Depot at 11 a m and return leaving
HOT SPRING
AT 3 OCLOCK P M
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP 25
25Ots
Pigeon Shooting Match
AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS
I
A Brass Band
Will be in attendance
Refreshments on the Premises
Stockholders Meeting
I TOT1CE annual IS stockholders HEREBY GVN TlfT THE
Boy Mining Company meeting be of the Lucky I
in Salt Lake City wi held at the ofce
Ciy Commerce
on the 2d I
day of January Building
isss
of Januar 186 for the
electng officers and purpose
business l may be for the transacting interest of such the other I
pany BURTON N HARRISON Secreta Com
Dissolution of Co artnership
THE FIRM OF HARDY
I this day disSoWed JENNENS HAS
consent All dssolved partnership by mutual
I paabl to B accounts W Jennens due the said firm arc
B 108
W
street who is the only 10 First South
person
receipt forsame peron HARDY authorized to
I I November 218 B > W JEN ENS I
1 MISCELLNEOUS
E SELLS JAMES I
TUCKER H W SELS I
SELLS co I
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In i
iLDBR I
FLOORING RUSTIC
SIDING LATHS
SHINGLES WINDOWWEIGHTS PICKETS NAILS II
DOORS NUL
WINDOWS
MOULDING I
A Special
Ir I
PricestoSuitthe Times i r
ORDERS FOR RED PINE SOLICITED i
Call on us before
beforcpurchjjg elsewhere i
162 14th W First Vard Soth Street Opposite I
Assembly
li00W5 I
PENLETON SON I
HORSESHOEING i
GIi I
A SPLCIL i
W Second South near Valkcr Opera House 1
I
J I ROYAL BAKING POWDER
It II I I
II I II I t R
j I
I
I
4KIJG
Absolutely Puree
This Powder never varies A marvel purity
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than tho ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test
short weight alum phosphate Powders Sold
only in cans ROYAL BAKING POWDEr Co lOfi
Wall street New York lO
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
CENTENJL
ARCADE RESTAURANT
I AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Booths Select Oysters
y Ca or
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
SECOND TO NONE
4
Transplanted Shell Oysters kept constantly
on hand Game and everything in constanty
3 GLLClER Proprietor
127 Main Street t
OXFC1IA
Restaurant
NEW OYSTER HOUSE
N BERN ARDS LATE OF THE VIENNA
I Chop House hn opened a flrst class
Restaurant and Oyster House at
25G Dai Sree
Three doors south of the Walker House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
And will be under the supervision of the pro
prietor who intends to make this the Oyster
House par excellence of the Territory
NICK BEBXAKD1S
ST J 1S HOTEll
Main St South of Third South Sf
TWITTED UP THROUGHOUT IN FIRSTCLASS
JD style The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City
Special Terms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 200 per day
A < iI5EElV VAIU Prop
JEWELRY
1
OV BD
WATOHES
Elgin and Waltbn Watcnes I
Special Agent for the Columbus Watch
148 Main street Salt JLakc City
T
ELIASONS
142 MAIN STREET
you can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
I JEWELRY OF ALL KiDS
And everything needed in that line at
ery Loves1 Prj ccs
Stat oners BookseUars
ORDER YOUR GOODS OF US DY MAIL Oli
telephone or call at
cal our store by the Post
office on Main street
SCHOOL BOOKS
NEWSPAPERS
MAGAZINES
I ARTISTS SUPPLIES
I OF EVERY KIND
f SubscrIptions taken for periodical
in the world any
C HP ARSONS CO
THE POLYTECHNIC
EBSCZG
WILL OPEN ON THE
TIE
First Day of October 1885
CHEMISTRYjMETALLURGY AND MININg
THOROUGHLY TAUGHT
cal Ladies at once and Chemical gentIeme0 want to join
lug Baminations Metalurgicl and Mil
Eaminatons attended to and satisfaction
114 W FIRST STREET next to Herald
Or 149 E Second South Street BulMng
I Heesch EUerbeck
f
PLUMBERS
mostenorn1cal Sole agents for the EX1R HEATER the
08te and reliable
relable heater in use
Water
Pipes laid on short not e
49 East First South Street SALT LAKE CITY
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