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SALT LAB DAILY HERALD
FUDAY afOBNINO MAS 19 1880
DALLY HERALD is published
THE mormnR Mondays excepted nt
every First South
Temple Street near
ESft
Salt Lake Uity by the HERALD rBcrr
fKaAXI COMPANY SubscriptiOn
1o A PUBLISHING
scription price 1050 per annum post
included parts of a year at the
4 same ago late To weekly subscribers
collection made by carrier 25c a week
THE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD is
I published every Wednesday and Satur
day morning at 350 a year postage
included parts of a year at the same
rate
THE WEEKLY HERALD ia published
Thursday morning at 52 a year
six every months 125 postage included
Postage extra outside the 17 S and Canada I
RHODE ISLAND chooscs Blaine dele
I gates to the Chicago convention How
c they are mixing those candidates up
ODRAY THE Ute chief is i in favor
of allottinc lands in severalty to the
Indians if it be made inalienable for
a period of tweityfive years The
old man says if at the expiration of
that time his people have not learned
how to take care of their homettead
they should lose them And he is
right The Indians in the Unit
ttR hvpnhfive years from now will
J J
understand the necessity for holding
fast to land better than they do to
day The Indiana who are not pretty
I well civilized a quarter of n century
hence will be dead Civilization is i
I crowdingaround the tribes eo closely
that the Indiana cannot resist its in
flaences much longer
f Now THERE is a proposition to I
utilize the Chinese as piano builders
to take the place of the white work
men who indulge SD frequently in
strikes A telegram in this issue of
the HERALD gives tha particulars of
the plan that is said to have been laid
f before the piano manufacturers of
New Yoik The Celestials cro to
work for half a dollar a day the first
year aud seventyfive cents the
second The manufacturers will con
sider well before adopting the scheme
but should they conclude to do EO the
white pianobuilders will have to
Itarn other trades The imitative
qualities of the Mongolians will
enable them to soon become expert
in the business as they are in every
thing they undertake and ai a large
part of the work of pianomaking
does Lot require expedition EO much
as mechanical care and correctness
the heathens will accomplish aa
much iu a given time as others can
dc The coat to the manufasturer
and purchaser would be greatly re
I duced while the instrument would
not sutler deterioratop the toning
and artistio part of the work being
performed by professional experts
and not mere mechanical laborers
The foolish strikers ought to con
sider whether they can afford lo let
the Chinese be initiated into the
business of piancaiaking
WHEN THE venerable Senator Curls
tiancy a decrepit old man with one
foot in the grave and the other fast
following married out of the treasury
a department a buxom young woman
the boys and young men did a good
deal of snickering in their sleeves
Old and learned in the Uw and elate II I I
craft as was the distinguished jurist
statesman he did not know what
J everybody knew that December
and May cannot be well mated matri
monially For a time he tried to be
as young as he used to be but the
fires ot youth burned only flicker
ingly Age and rheumatism soon
dragged the old man from the ball
room and infirmity made t impos
sible for him to frisk and frolic with
hu young wife Scon after the mar
riage hints of a coming separation
ware circulated and a 1a = t the skele
ton in the closet is likely to be exposed
to public view The separation baa
already taken place and a legal di
vorce is to folios With the an
nouncetuent ij coupled the implication
II l
fl tion that Mrs Christiancy has
not been true to her senile lord Of
course she indignantly denies the
story whiu she would very natural
do guilty or innocent It is also
hinted that the ex senator bai become
coltish in his od age and been ire
quentin fjrbdden pastures It i3 i
plain that the public ia to have a nasty
scandal spread before it and it maters
ters not how much may be true or
how muh false the reputations of
Mr and Mr Chrietajcy will have
to suffer severely
There is a moral in this aOair th
J ought not to be lost upon old men
and young maidens
t 1 a
I
PBESIDEHIIaL ASPIRANT
ExGovernor Palmer of Illinois
has at last come out and announced
himself a candidate for the presi
dency as country applicants for
I official place say subject to the
action of the convention For five
or six years Palmer and some of his I
f friends have been industriously at i
I work trying to create tho impression
that ho is about the only person who
can unite the democracy and win
4 While all the time assuming a large
degree of modesty Palmer manages
t J I to keep himself at the front where
he will be seen and talked about A
few weeks ago when the New York
Sun tickled his vanity a little by sug
gesting him ai a proper and probable
candidate the Ct governor with
a omanly 0 dear me appeared I
to blush and hide his face He fairly I
disgusted the Sun and everybody else
by the manner in which he expressed I
a desire to be let alone at the came
time hinting that nothing would be
s so pleasing to him as the nomination
tion Governor Palmer may be a
great statesman and a good man but
he cannot be made president nor
will he have a corporals guard in
the democratic convention His an
f I nouncement of himself as a candi
I
date will even alienate the few who
might hava believed in him had he
not shown that his modesty was all
mock and that he Vas too light to
baar down his ambition
Tilden has the Cincinnati conven
tion in his hands and the smaller fry
should not forget it J
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GEN EUTXEE OLIH
At last there ia a prospect that Gen
John A Butter the man who wasnt
the first discoverer of gold in California
fornia will be given 50000 out of
the national treasury The
House committee on claims
has agreed to recommend that
the sum named be appropriated
to the old man The committee is
probably worn out by Suiters impor
unitiea and think the easiest way
to get rid of tbe consummate bore is to
out of
give him this handsome sum
the peoples funds For the past
twelve or fifteen years Sutter has an
nually gorse to Congress begging for
money Though a good many per
Eons eay the old man should be given
something we never heard anybody
attempt to bring forward any reaton
able or proper argument in sup
port of the claim It id true
gold was first discovered on
property belonging to Sutter but he I
was not the finder and bo probably
gct his share of the finds Even if
he had been the original discoverer
what reason would there hava been
in that fact for his cliim that the
American people owed him 50000
The hardy prospector who finds pre
oinna mptftl nnd afterwards fails to
u
succeed in life or who fails without
making a strike is not in the
habit of going to Congress with a
demand for money It may be that
the CDuntry ia so rich that it can
aQord to give this venerable 49er
fifty tbouaand dollar but if the
present ia made it ought to be under
stood that the money ia given to a
chronic beggar and not in satisfac
tion of any just claim that General
Sutler has upon the national treasury
THK TAX collector of Atlanta Ga
has absconded with 30000 of the
peoples money Gambling is the
cause IJ the sender of the news re
marks Similar announcements are
frequently accompaaied by some
I
moral lecture as intemperance was
the cause infatuation for a
woman etc All of which is more
bosh Stan anything the Whisky
women and gambling do not make
really honest men dishonest nor
rogues of good men The weaknesses
the bad traits the taint of dishonesty
are in them before whisky or bad
women can have influence with them
THE MINISTER CuEisriASCY who
begins to figure in a scaudal ia i the
same person who when Unltsd
States senator was so anxious to
legislate to improve tho moiala of the
people of Utab Physician heal
thyself may be suggested to the dis
tinguished gentleman
LATEST TELEGRAMS
I
FORTYSIXTH CONGRESS
I
REGULAR SESSION
SEXATE
Washington 18 Kirkwocrl Eub
emitted a molation instructing tbe I
committee on postofGces to report on
the power of the postmaster general
to modify mail contracts expedite
time and increase the number of
trips etc Adopted
The Senat 0 considered the Hot
Springs question pending which the
Senate adjourned
HOUSE
Washington 18The House went i
into committee on the epecial
deficiency bill
Dibbrell offered an amendment tInt
the commissioner shall not withhold
the pension from any pensioner of the I
war of 1812 who wa granted a
pension under the act of 1871 and
was dropped for disloyalty anti rein
stated by act of March 9th
Hiscock raised a point against
amendment and the chair sustained
himThe amendment appropriating
6065000 for payment of pensions
was adopted
Five minute debates ensued on the
amendment appropriating 60000
for marshals and deputy marshal
Hiscoika amendment extending
the appropriation to special deputies
was defeated 107 to 124
Springer oQered an amendment ap
propriating 7600 for the payment
of special deputies provided that
hereafter special general deputy ira
shals shall receive 2 per day for elec
tion work and shall be appointed by
a United Slates circuit couit judge
and not less than two nor more than
three appointments suai be made for
any precinct
Cox opposed the recognition of
special deputy marshals and federal
jurisdiction over elections The
supreme court had Eaid there was no
such thing A3 a federal election For
his par he would not recognize the
supremo court as now packed par
lizan and demoralized abuve the
popular branch of the legislature of
the country Applause by demc
prAts
Keifer was not surprised that Cox
set himself above tho Supreme Court
nor to hear the applause at Cox
statement The lives of the Supreme I
Court judges gave it the lie
Springer denounced as untrue the
statement that the democratic party
desirel fraud It was unfair to surround
round the polls with an unlimited
number of partisans to carry the
election for a particular party He
hOPEd this amendment which would
remedy that evil would be adopted
Hoar thought it a remarkable argu
ment for the democrats that they
could violate the law because repub
licans once violated it He said it
was time for Congress to go to work
and do some business Nothing that
should have been done had yet been
dobe this winter
Garfield oflered a substitute which
was so amended as to leave it in the
exact form of Springers amendment
as it had been amended with the
exception of excluding from its pro
visions the deputy provision and was
adopted by a vote of 117 to 114
Adjourned
Another Republican Yarn
Chicago IS InterOceans Wash
ington A member of the Virginia
legislature one of the leading demo
rats cf that state talking of the presi
dente canvass said there is not a
democrat in either house of the legis
ature either of the debtpayer or re
adjuster wings of the party for Til
den All of them are against him
Every member of the state central
committee is against him The mem
bern of the national committee are
against him There is not a democratic
paper in the state for him and he
cannot carry Virginia if he is nomi
ated
7AS11INGTON
Washington JBThe treasury has
ordered all the interest on the public
debt due April 1st rad without
rebate on and niter Moarlav March
22dThe
The Irish relief suppling are likely
I require Secretary Thompson to fur
nish a 83cond vessel which he will
do if necessary
The Senate confirmed Ujitjn aj ac
eiatant treasurer
The Houce committee on eleclina
postponed a formal vote in the Don
nellyWashburn Minnesota case
today until tbe minority report baa
been printed The majority report
of the subcommittee finds in favor
of unseating Washburn and seating
Donnelly It cites 91 cases on the
part of Washburn where money was
paid by Washburns clerk his busi
ness manager the secretary of his
political agents Over 100 cases
are traced directly to Waihburne
office the money in some
cases being paid in his presence
or in the presence of his brother
Governor C 0 Washburn of Wis
consin In one case too democratic
village postmaster wrote directly to I
Washhutn oflering to sel his TOO for
50 Washburn through a friend
answered the letter thanking him for
his cfler and sent the friend to him
to pay the money In another case
ninety woodchoppers who were not
legal voters were paid 20 each to
o e for Washburn and tin money
was prepaid by Washburns business
manager In another caso the
democratic speaker who had been
advocating Donnelly was announced
to mike a democratic speech
tho night before the election
He made a speech for ashburn
and told the next day that he bad
received 150 of Wasnburnd money
for doing so A democratic news
paper at Little Falls was lojght to
support Washburn for 250
Washburn tent out a United States
land officer to canvass for bun He
admits that he may have bribed 100
persons Great numbers of laborers
in snarEelv settled Doints where there
were no precincts or polling places
voted in box cars cigar boxes and
depots although nonresidents they
all voted for Washburn for pay
These bribes extanded throuch a
section half as largo as New York
In Minneapclis one man was paid
50 for his vcta and influence and
others 25 to 35 Workmen were
paid by the employers 50 to
w rk and vote for Waahburn
Overcoats and flour were paid and
saloons voted their frequenters fcr
pay In many cases money was
oflered and declined employers in
timidated their workmen to vote for
Waahburn or not at all thereby
causing nearly 3000 democrats not
to vote The republican majority
was 3650 Washburn against 355
for Hayes in 1876 The numbering
of ballots was in pursuance of the plan
to intimidate tho voter and was un
constitutional Lawyers advised the
republicans not to do it Out of
twenty judges Donnelly only had
one while being tho candidate
of both parties he should have bad
fourteen They go on at great length to
multiply instances and conclude that
they will reject the votes and precints
not because the ballots were num
bered but because they were num
bered with fraudulent intent Had
no unfair means been used Donnelly
would have carried Minneapolis as he
carried the rest of the district by a
majority of 2030 They declare that
they have rejected or thrown OJt
nothing on legal quibbles
Miscellaneous
Springfield lib ISThe con
ferenca between prominent state
democrats and the central committee
today resulted in advising the com
mittee to call two conventions one to
nominate delegates to Cincinnati the
ate being fixed at Juno 10th and
the other to nominate state officer
date not named This afterroon the
state central committee by a vote of
12 to 11 decided to call only one
convention to be held here June 10th
Cumberland Md 18 One
hundred train men who run from
Cumberland to Piedmont truck for
20 per cent adtance throwing 400
miners out of work and stopping the
coal trade
A Tony Affair I
Cincinnati 18 The entertain i
ment of the southern guests culmi
nated with a banquet tonight at the
Music Hall Some 1776 plates were
laid at an expense of 15000 The
scene was attractive and imposing
bth from the distinguished guests
present from the floral decorations
from the number of people and from
the occasion
The Raring Ubilcl Murderer
Captured
S1 Louis 18 Hieniin was ar
rested this afternoon in Carondtlet
tho extreme southern part of the city
a raving incoherent maniac beg
ging protection from pursuing de
mons The infant will die
BRIEF TELEGRAMS
General Grant left Vera Cruz on
Thursday and will arrive at Galveston
on the 21st or 22J
The Hartford Conn greenback
state convention has appointed dele
gates to Chicago
Felix Pyatt declares that the
alleged correspondence between Gari
baldi and himself is bogus
What Mothers Say
The keen parental instinct is
sharper in its perceptons than the
tutored brain of the philosopher
therefore when mothers say as they
universally do that there is nothing
like HALEs HOSEY OF HOREHOUND
AND TAB for the Coughs Colds
Hoarseness and cronpy symptoms to
which children from their impru
dence are especially subject no man
who understands human nature will
discredit their testimony For sale
at all drug stores at 50 cents and 1
Great saving by buying large sizE
Messrs Ten Eyck Brown Co
hoes N Y write We are selling
largely of HALES HONEY OF HORE
HOUND AND TAR and PIKES TOOTH
ACHE DROPS
PIKES TOOTHACHE DROP CODE IN
ONE MINUTE ml 8
Why Will Yon
Allow cold to advance in your sys
tem and thus encourage more serious
maladies such as Pneumonia Hem
orrhages and Lung trouble when an
immediate relief can be eo readily
attained JloscJiees German Syrup
has gained the largest sale in the
world for the cure of Cough Colds
and the severet Lung Diseases It
is Dr Boscheea famous German pre
scription and is prepared with the
greatest care and no fear need be
entertained in admi Et ring it to the
youngest child as per directions
The sale of this medicine is unprece
dented Since first introduced there
baa been a constant increasing de
mand and without a single reporLcf
a failure to do its work in any case
Ask your Druggist aa to the truth of
these remarks Large size 75 cents
Try it and be convinced ja17
V
HOTEL ARRIVALS
March 18 1580
CLOT HOUSE
C Watson Placorville Ca1 S R
Ketcham Paris D Sullivan Piocbe J
P Eastman Bingham
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
P Chandler wife and son D WSwan
R D Clark wig and jon Bingham u
Culleos Alta J Dunn N C Larsen
Provo M S Aschbeim Park Oity J E
Lnn ford Jordan
WALKER HOUSE
T J Barnes Chicago 0 J Moore D T
Chambers San Francisco J N Kelle
Ogden W B Doddrijge Evanston 0 H
Van Uliet T R Lvons Michigan J j
Barren and wire Now York J Mulvi
bill Omaha E P Burke Cleveland
VALLEY HOUSE
J Gonnella Ophir J W Smith Stock
ton C Andrews R G Clark Nephi J
Masterton Silver Reef F E Gilbert
Bingham S T Thomas Chicago H H
Chace C C Woods Corinne Miss M M
Stewart J J Houtz S Stewart Carlew
OVERLAND HOUSE
G Grecaway Fillmore H 0 Bemis
M Wells J Laser T fcullivan S M
Moore Bingham T Stringer H Al
bright J Marey Park City J Curtis
Frisco M Kirkham J Kendall Idaho
T Flynn Montana C Lomell J Rosen
Shall S < m Francisco A York L Lud
ridgo Pleisant Yalley
WHITE HOUSE
H Harrington Park City H H Hotkin
M ODonall Alta G Barker Reno 0
W Emerson Provo J Thompson M
Sanders Ogden A D Mitchell Jacob
City E Hill and wife W Cooper and
wife C W Hiedel G T Turnbull E
Osell J Patterson H Campbell 8 T
Mount H H Thompson S N Moore F
H Dyer J McFuilby K Kayser U
Kennedy Healy H M May and wife
Bingham W Glark Sandy W J Cur
ter Minersville
TOTAL ABSTINENCE vs BIBLE
AUEK i MURPHY think the next best
thing swearing entirely is to drink good
liquor and to how that such a doctiito i
cot altogether without autsoriiy subunit the
following Scriptural Quotations
Verse GGive atrciDC drink unto him that
is ready to porih and wine unto those that
be heavy hearts
Versa 7Lnt him drink and forgot ms
poverty and remember hit misery no more
Proterbp Chop XXXL
Had Solomon lived until toJay ho would
probably haTe added
Verso 8For No9 is an abomination
in tho land bat Auor i Murphys Bagged
Edie RiTiver londeth strength to the weak
and turnoth tho morning of sorrow and
lamentation into one of rejoicing and mirth
f 12
I Pnnile B Concert and Ball
IN AID OF THE
MASONIC LIBRARY
TO BE GIVEN ON
TUESDAY EVE March 30 1880
AT THE
THEATRE
J
Instrumental Music by I
CARELESS ORCHESTRA
Vocal Music by Leading
AMATEURS of this City
a I
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
T E Cloheoy John T Lynch
W W Chisholm E Sells
I red n Mrjorsi li U Colbatb
Henry Moahoim John S Barnes
M C Phillips
COMMITTEE ON INVITiTIOtf
Frank Tilford L E Holder
John Ilnmer A Gould
0 W Bennot Charles Popper
Louis Cohn Henry Wagner
Thomas Marshall C K Qilchriet
JJ1U Walker Samuel Kahn
OGDKI
James Fcrba U Godbcrc
mayo
P II Emerson T Beesloy
C03I5NE JJLVQHAM
FU Church UDCIaik
ALTV PARE CITY
James Tncker Jozcs Piercon
COMMITTEE ON HUCEPIION
James LIW John S Scott
James Anderson Oco C Douglas
John CFcr John Cunnincon
FLOOR COMMITTEE
TE Clohecy JoTinD Coaller
J S Stowsr Allen Fowler
Goo A Biack John B Barnes
COMMITTEE ON MiniC
W F Janice Augustus Podoch
John T Hardy
PBlflES OF TlCKKTS COXCEKT AND BALL
Admitting Gentleman and Lady 300
Each additional Lady 100
To CONCERT
Dress Circle 75C
Reserved Scats extra 25c
Family Circlo 50c
Gallery 25c
As it is the desire of tin Masonic Fra
ternity to promote Sociality at these
Entertainment Gentlemen requested
not to appear in Full Dress mlC
TREES
M WAGaTAFF HAS FOR SALE A
WM fino vatioty of Tree Box Elder
Locust Honey Lrcusf Black Walnut lim
ber Willows KAT1VK EVERGREENS
Mulberries Poaches twelve different kinds
Plum eight different kinds Apricots the
very bust tcgar louse Ward near the
Paper Mill n4
SOMETHING UEW
TUI
WALKER WASHER I
This Washer is ziaipVia construction and
fO ea < y of oporetion that after a few mo
moats of instruction
A Child Twelve Years of Age Can
Operate It With Ease
No dslay in fittise it to any sized tub It
works wholly on oLe principle of pressure
Does cot wear the clohoi in tho loaet It
will wash tho fincst face or tho heaviest
blanket
Ior croalars eel terms apply to
D fYl STGHtR
Salt lake City otchilf block south of
Theilra P O Box 1554 mlS
FRUIT TREES
AND
Ornamental Shrubs
=
Agents of the firm of George Peters and
S S Tyler of Top kf Kansar are ton can
Tossing this city and territory fr orders cr
nil kinds of
FRUIT TREES ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS
They Warrant theIr Good true to name
and natnrr and agree lo REPLACE
JTIIIDE OF CHAI GE
Anything that mav dio the first yew Par
tbs desiring anytbiog ia their Jibe cancel
do better than them
gao their order ai
they trill be fibS from cue of the
FINE > T STOCKS IK TUB COUNTRY
nlS
j
WESTERN MEAT MARKET
Notice of Transfer of Business
HAVING TAKEN THE BUSINESS
U of Jr A VARNES WESTERN
MEAT MARET we beg to inform the
Customers end the Public generally that
we will have always on hand a full Stock
of CHOICE MEATS
All orders entrusted to our care will
bo carefully filled and promptly delivered
WHITE iS SONS
Proprietors of
PEMBROKE AND WESTERN
MEAT MARKETS m16
WArTEDq
A BOILER MAKER
Apply to
SUPT JOHN SHARP
UTAH CENTRAL RAILROAD
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AN ORDINANCE
Amending I An Ordinance to Pro
vide lor Assessing and Collect
ing City Taxes Passed March
12tb 1878
8EOrIo 1Br it ordained by Hit
City Council of Salt Lake City That
An Ordinance to Provide for Assess
ing and Collecting City Taxes passed
aiarchl2tDlS7Sia hereby e ded as
follows Section two ol said Ordinance
is hereby amended by adding to the
end of said ecction the following ex
emption Twelfth Wearing ap
parel beds bedding stoves chairs
etc not exceeding 100 in value for
each family
SEC 2Section three of said
Ordinance is hereby repealed
and the following substituted
in lieu thereof Property other
than money shall be assessed at
a fair cash valuation money loaned
on band or on aeposu snail DC
I assessed at its legal value real estate
shall be listed as real estate and per
sonal property shall be listed ns per
sonal property Real estate taxable
under this Ordinance shall be listed
and assessed as valued ou tho 1st day
of January in each year all other
property taxable under this Ordinance
shall be listed and assessed ai valued
ou the day of assessment From
crtdits taxable under this Ordinance
delta due and owing by the party to
be assessed shall bo deducted in list
ing and assessing
SEC asection 1 tmrieen oi saw
Ordinance is hereby amended by
striking out the words en or before I
the first Monday in April and sub
stituting in lieu thereof after the
first day of January and on or before
tho second Tuesday in July Also
by adding to said section tho follow
ing If at any timo alter the assess
ment is maje and during tbe year
it should be ascertained that any tax
Able property has net been assessed
tbe Assessor may assess the aueand
make report thereof to the City Coun
cil and the City Council shall cause
the same to be entered in the Collec
tors roll for collectoa
SEC 4Section fourteen of said
Ordinance is hereby amended by in
serting after the word tixpayer
the words by mail postage pre
paid
SEC 5Section eighteen ol said
Ordinance is hereby amended by ad
ding tD said section the following
And the City Auditor shaH credit
the Collector with the amount of the
tax due thereon and coste to date ol
sale SEC 6SectioD twentyfive of said
Ordinance ia i hereby amended by
striking out the word December
wherever it occurs in said section and
substituting the word May in lieu
thereof
SEC 7AH Ordinances and parts
of Ordinances in conflict with the pro
visions of this Ordinance are hereby
repealed
Passed March 1618SO
FERAMORZ LITfLE
Mayor
JOHN T CAISE
Recorder
TERRITORY OF UTAH 1
s s
SALT L Kii CITY J f
I John T Chine recorder of Salt
Lake City do hereby certify that the
foregoing is ft 1 full true and correct
copy of an Ordinance entitled An
Ordinance amending an Ordinance
to provide for Assessing end Collect
ing City Taxes passed March 12tb
1878 passed by the Cty Council ol
said city on the 16th day ol March
AD 1880 as appears of record in
my office
officeIu
Iu testimony whereof I
have hereunto teL my
1 hand and affixed the cor
I L S J porate seal of Salt Lake
v City this 17th day cJ
March AD 1880
JOHN T CAINE
mlS Recorder
SEALED PROPOSALS
110R MATERIAL AND MASON
JL Work both rock and brick for erec
tion of the New Cooperative Store for Z
C M I at Ogden will be received at
our office in Salt Lake City until Satur
day the 20th instant
For plans specifications and particulars
apply at our office or to Obed Taylor
architect Salt Lake City
The right to reject any and all bids is
reserved
H S ELDREDGE
taG Superintendent
NOTICE
PLEASANT VALLEY COAL AND
COKE COMPANY SALT LAKE
CITY UTAH
rnHERE ARE DELI QTJENT UPON
JL the following described Stock on ac
count of assessment levied on tho 22d day
of December 1879 tho several amounts
set opposite tho names of the respective
shareholders as follows
No of No of
Cert Shares Aral
J E Hulcbings 7 150 3300
Wm H Liter S 50 1100
Lydia Thorp 9 1100 24200
Cornelia Liter 22 575 12600
I And in accordance with law and order of
the board of directors made on the 22d
of December 1879 EO many shares of each
parcel of such stock as may bo necessary
will be sold at the office of tho Company
residence of R B Margetta Salt Lake
City on Monday April 5 1880 at 1
oclock pm to pay delinquent assess
merits thereon together with the costs
advertising and expenses of the sale
mlO H PEMBROKE Secretary
NOTICE
ALL PERSONS OWNING LAND
A taking water from Parleys Canyon
Creek through the Turnbow Water
pitches are hereby notified that a meet
ing will be hold on Friday March 19
1880 at 7 oclock pm in the Third
Ward Schfolhonc for the purpose of
Electing a Vatermaster for the ensuing
year
JOHN GABBOTT
mil Watermester
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
r that Subscription Books are Open
for Subscriptions to the Capital Stock of
the Utah Eastern Railroad Company
and the following persons are authorized
to receive the same and receipt for pay
ments thereon Francis Armstrong It
T Burt n Well Fargo Co and A
S Patterson secretary at Salt Lake
City Utah E P Ferry Park City
Utah and W W Cluff Coalville
Utah
A S PATTERSON
Sec Utah Eastern RRCo
Dated Salt Lake City Feb 21 1880
NOTICE
THE SEMIANNUAL MEETING
JL of the Stockholders of Zions Co
operative Mercantile Institution will be
held in the Council House in this city
on Monday April 5th 1880 at 2 pm
for the transaction of such business as
may be brought before the meeting
Stock transfer book will be closed on the
1st of March and reopened on the 6th of
April next
Tnos G WEBBEr
Secy and Ties
Salt Lake City February 13 88O
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n I 1
Spring and Summer 1
GOODS
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V Are Arriving Every Day in Immense QllM1tl1U cf
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AT
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ZMCIMDL I H i
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The Largest Lines of u
BROIDERIES V V
LACES V
V LACE CURTAINS
V V > ETC ETC I
Ever Brought to this City
I OUR OWN IMPOBWMS DIRECT PROM IIIIIIUPEIV
Call and Examine our Stock it is the Largest and
Most Complete in the City
U S ELDREDGE Superintendent I
J Ilf lr
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
To the Creditors of 1
Deceased
t
Daniel P Bell J
you ARE NOTIFIED THAT THE
YOU ned has been appointed
Administrator of the Estate of the said
decea ed and that all persons h vinll
claims against the Estate of tho deceased
are required to exhibit them with the
necessary voucher within ten months
after the first pubication of this notice
torn at my office in Kimball Block
on First South street in bait Lake City
Utah
Dated March 6th 1SSO
ROBERT C CHAMBERS
m7 Administrator
L
UTAH CONTRACT COMPANY
Officj No 1234J4 Firs South St Salt
Lake City P 0 Box 431
Undertake and execute on the lowest
terms and in ths shortest tune either or all
of the work of locating gradinsr brirtsirg
ttiniioniuand eqiippin Sam Horse
or other RAIUVAIS Locating and con
structing wrg 1 rid canal reservoirs
aqueduct dim < ec latin oat and Ira iiDg
snots sidetrslk parade crnund ard race
tracks excavating for buimiiu ioondatios
collars drain eta as well as every and all
other kinds of work requiring the removal of
earth gravel cement stone etc etc
IsiS A F UOKEMDS Supt
Al ways Lo a
JP2
Spring Good
Latest Standard Stjles Brands
GEO OUNFODO
1
Boots Shoes and Slippers
tscap8 and Gloves
For Gents Ladies
and Children
LargaztLinez
CiQ
J 8
V V eoe j
Studetter Wagons
Tug WORLDS GREATEST WAGON
AND CARRIAGE WORKS
BKASCH OP
SMeWsr Bros Moult Coy
South Bond Ind
ONE DOOR SOUTH Z C fiI1 I
Salt Lake Oily Utah
Manufacturers ol
Farm MI M tyring fagots
OARRRIACES
Buggies > Phaetons
eND
EVERYTHING 05ON WHEELS
THE
NEWTON
ACON
Is the Best Proportioned Most
Xeatly Ironedtlie lightest Run
ning and Most Durable of
any Wagon In the Market
lOur Repair Bills for tho last six
months on all wagons sold here have
been > less than 3 We will show accounts
counts and names of every purchaser
Before Purchasing a Wagon do
not fail to See the Newton
Every Wagon Warranted
AGENT TOE
MR PIOWS aid HARROWS
Johnson Reapers and Mowers
BRADLEY HAY RAKES
Scrap rs Seed Drills Etc
R WARNOCK
m14 Oppojito Theatre
B AINWAGON DEPOT 5
AND
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE
II I woud now ask all those intending to buy Farm Implement or Wago <
call and see the Most and Latest
Improved Stock in the market comprising n f 101
Bain Wagons Champion Reapers and Mowers Tiger Hay
Rakes Triumph Grain Drill and Seed Sowars Randall Pulverizing
Harrow Oliver Sulky and Gang Plow Oliver Chilled Plow
Moline Plows Harrows Cultivators and Road Scrapers Hard
wood and Wagon Material Doors and Sash Porter SheetIroa
Roofing
j1iiA Full and Complete Stock of Good Goods
HOWARD SEBRSS
mil V Salt Lake City Uuu
NEvT OOOID
AT
OLD PRICESo
La Goldberg
Has now on hand a Large and Complete Stock of
SPRING and
SUMMER
4r i CLOTHING
Ml < Manufactured Before the Late
V Advance in Goods
THE LATEST BIYLE3 OF
Gents j Furnishing Goons
UAT
BOOTS and
BOSlER Y1
WHICH I OFFER AT
OLD PRICES
To Clotting Dealers
Having manufactured my stock before the lets advolDce in goods I am
in a positIon to
supply the trade with NEW GOODS AT OLD PRICES
Merchants placing their orders for Spring and Summer Clothing with
me
now can save from 25 to 30 per cent All orders Bent wPI receive
and honorable attention prompt
L GOLDBERG
Spccegsor Jo
m2 L A GOLPBERG
WOOL WOOLcs
Parties having Wool to disposeof would do wall to call on mea I aa
prepared to pay lie
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL
In large or srn ill quantities Sacks and twine to tie fleeces larnianed
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept In stock
H B OLAWSON
Warehouse corner Sontl and Eiat Temple Sireete rai c

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