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I SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD SUNDAY MORNING SBPTBMBhR 19 1880 J
SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
SUNDAY MOESISO SEPT 19 1880
TIlE DAILY HERALD Is publisbep
every morning Mondays excepted at
East Temple Street near First South
SnltLako City by the HEEALDPBIKT
IJG Pin3UsiiiKa COMPACT Sub
I 6djption price 1050 par annum post
ago included parts of a year at the
same rate To weekly subscribers
collection made by carriers 25c a week
THE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD is
published every Wednesday and Satur
day morning at 360 a year sir
months 175 postage included
THE WEEKLY HERALD is published
every Thursday morning at 52 a year
six months lJo potage included
Postage outside the US and Canada
extra
THE TELEOiurn brings news of the
I death ol the lord chief baron of the
English day court of exchequer on Fri
AcfruER DEAL J H Haverly is
I tbo E pnnie Vmp7cr in establishing
another raining exchange Mr H
will soon hav hia hands full
THE COLOEED men in the south are
said to be taking a lely interest in the
campaign and in some of the states
the majority of them are openly ad
vocating the election oJ Hancock and
English The colored Hancock club
L of Richmond VA numbers over 500
null includes pretty nearly all cf tho
r tll industrious thrifty backa in
the city In Montgomery County
Alabama where the colored vale ex
ceo a the white there u i a large
Hancock club and tho editor of the
democratic paper ia a negro Black
editors and stump r are scattered all
through tho state and they arc all
crying for peace and the overthrow of
sectionalism iThe republican party
Ii4a not brought them peace or pros
perity and it 53 i not likely to hence
the change of politics by the blacks
IT wiMi be remembered that the
United States Senate last winter re
jettsd he nomination of S Newton
Pettis to be chief justice of the
supremo court of New Mexico Mr
Hayes was quite indignaut on ac
count of the refusal to confirm tha
appointment and some of the news
paper organs were fierce in their
abuse of the upper house of Congress
It has developed that the Senate was
r right in its rejection of the nomina
tion When Pettis wad United States
minister to Bolivia bo lived a fast life
and became hopelessly involved iu
d bt Presuming upon his position
as a representative of this govern
I ment ho drew upon tho state depart
ment for 2500 and the draft
was cashed by a Dolman banker
Nothing was due Pettis from the
department and of course Ihs drat
was dishonored the banker losing iiis
money Poltij in the msantima bav
in como homo and handed in his I
I
resignation His alleged reason for
resigning was that the gross immor
alities of the Bolivians were more
than ho could bsar Mr Hayes
thought this truly poas Chraiin
would be an ornament to tho terri
torial bench and nominated him to
the highest judicial position in our
benighted sister dependency Only
the wisJom of the Ssnato prevented
the swindler from making a mockery
of justice in New Mexico Pettis is
now slumping Pennsylvania in the
interest of GUI field
THERE is ono too prevalent custom
in this territory that should bo abol
ished entirelynamely that of giving
dancing parties theatrical and other
similar entertainment in the
churched or meeting houses There
may bo nothing immoral in the
dance and the theatrical perform
ance IBSJ abound in moral instruc
0 tion and pious teaching but still
they are dauces end theatrical en
tertainmtiaU things which since the
beginning of Christianity have been
1 looked upon as rather the opposite
than as allied to religion There can
be nothing said against any of these
amusements if they are riahliy con
trolled and properly conducted We
hare jet to hear a sound and con
vincing argument why a follower of
Chnst may not dance go to the
theatre attend tho concert etc
without GuQering injury to his morals
or endangering his belief in the
Savor To say that a man or woman
cannot do these things and still be
Christians is to say that tha gospel
taught by Jesus cannot be lived up to
by men and women whore natures
are normal Jn order to be good and
obtain salvation they must smother
the pleasant features of their disposi
tions and crush out prominent incli
nations nnd not wicked desires im
planted in them by God himself
This is not reasonable while God is
Tho ordinary human requires a
J certain amount of entertainment
and amusement for the body
and La mind and if he does not
obtain it he must suffer mentally and
physically If that amusement can
be found in the innocent dance or in
witnessing a etage performance
I where is the harm in them Wo
can discover none But there is inap
propriateness in having these things
f in hcasoj designed and erected for
other purpose and especially in
these places intended for religious
cervices All of our traditions are
1 against dancing and religious cere
t I moniea in the same pLice It is true
that a man should not think Ices of
God in the ballrcom than ho dOt in
the church and it is easy enough for
him lo be as faithful to tho teachings
of the Lord in the ono place as in the
o her but he cannot at onca over
come tradition that are as old aj
Christianity and feel that he is doing
just riht by hurrying out tho
benches after a Sunday service and
preparing the room for T rollicking
bnJl on Monday Ihe two things do
> J j n i hnrmonise and are inconsistent
with the ordinary ideas of piety and
pleasure It is religion that must
I saBer not Terpsichore The goddess
t will take care of herself If rever
i ence foreacred things be destroyed if
respect for religious rites and cere
J
J t Bione bo extinguished in a com
t munity the morals will degenerate
beat where there
f Beligion prospers
I
t
I
exists the highest regard for it and
everything associated with itforms
ceremonies rites church bulldlnge
teachers and all tho paraphernalia
and in order to preserve tha
high regard the ceremonies
edificea eto must not be
subjected to abuse It may be
claimed that it ought to make no dif
ference to the conscientious believer
whether he worships in a dance hall
or in a church dedicated ta the Lord
for His purpose whether he listens to
a man preaching from the stage of a
low variety theatre or from the pulpit
of a sacred edifice but it docs make a
diflerencc In the one case the wor
shipper is apt to lose his respect for
the preacher and bis reverence for
the doctrines taught while in the
other the respect and reverence aro
maintained Tnis is both human na
ture and h man tradition and hu
man penuasien cannot overcome it
We would not for a moment think of
suppressing dancing or even curtail
ing it out for the good of the com
munity morally and religiously
would urge that the amusement be
indulged in at appropriate place
rather than in churches and houses
intended for the performance of relig
ious services and ceremonies It is i
upon the young chiefly that the better
influence will be manifest if dancing
and the light amusements are con
fined to the balls intended for them
and tho meeting houses are kept for
religions purpose F
LATEST TELEG11AMS
A Big Blaze
Denver Ooh lSA fire at East
Los Vegas N M this afternoon de
stroyed a wbole block including
nearly half of the busineea portion of
the town About 500 people are ren
dered homeless The loss is estimated
at 200000 Nearly all heavily in
sured
The Railroad Stride
Winnepeg ISStrike of brakemen
men and firemen on the Pacific Rail
way threatens seriously to interfere
with traffic The lives of men who
replaced tho strikers are threatened
and they are afraid to run trains A
detachment of police ia detailed to
protect the anival and departure of
trains Public sympathy is with the
men whose demand is considered
reasonable
T
Ohtoi Honey for the Ulster
Columbus 18 Governor Fester
and Adjutant General Gibson received
teegrams from Corning Perry
County stating it was feared serious > > i
trouble might occur tonight by rea
son of the attempt by a mob of over
1000 miners Irom Stratjville and
Shawnee to drive the colored minors
away from that locality The opera
tors have armed their colored miners
and propose to protect their property
if possible In case of a regular call
by the officials troops will at once be
sent to Corning
TIIVT 3IAINE MATTER
Portland ISFour hundred and
ninety sevan towni give DAVIS 73426
IlaistaJ 730CO scattering 338 Davis
plurality 416six towns to how from
gave last year DAVIS Cl Smith 27
Uarcelon 201 a fusion plurality of
167 deducting that Davis will have a
plurality of 249 which is 89 short of
a majority supposing no further
gains or looses
T
unCELLANEOUS
New York ISThe grand jury
found five indictments against Elijah
Elliger charged wiLts obtaining
money by means of stolen bonds
Quebec lSThe bush fire in the
parish of St Georges Beau County
are reported to have committed fear
ful ravages Seven or eight tquare
miles of country are devastated on
the frontier end a large quantity of
timber and grain besides houiea and
o bor buildings were destroyed I
London lBTho bells of the
pariah church of Boston Lincoln
shire where James Cotton wag for
twenty years vicar wire rung yester
day in honor of the two hundred and
fiftieth anniversary
Washington 1SFor the week
ending today there has been 832496
standard silver dollars shipped from
the treasury department for distribu
tion During the earns period in
1879 there were 359493 shipped
The internal revenuo bureau re
ceived a report that Deputy Oollector
Latham of Southwestern Virginia
with a posse of nine mm had been
attacked while in the discharge of
their duties by fifty armed Moon
shineri fired upon and compelled to
retreat
London ISTbe steamer WeJI
pJialia which tailed from Havre tc
day also has on board 2400000
marks which she took from Ham
burg
c MAUD S210X
The Best TrotllncTluio in the
World
Chicago ISMaud S trota in
2 10 the first quarter in 034 half
in 1 U4i three quarters in 136 mile
in 210 carrying two pounds over
weight and in the face of a very
strong wind
The closing day of the Jockey Club
fall trotting was marked by a fine ex
hibition of speed and endurance and
will remain prominent in the memory
of all present The performance of
Maud S in the face of numerous
disadvantages is set down as the
most remarkable in the history of the
turf Tho Chicago track has now
shown the best trotting mile Maud
S 210J the beat pacing mile
sleepy Tom 212 and the best
wagon record II Hopeful 216
The horsemen and horses left for
K DGas City tonight
It was nearly 6 oclock and growing
dark when Maud S was brought
on the track the sky was cloudy and
a strong south wind was blowing At
the first send ofl Maud S soon left
her feet Her driver Bain turned
her back for a fresh start She trot
ted to the starting point square and
level and as her driver nodded for the
word quickly lengthened out her
stride and got to the quarter in 034
It was then believed impotsible for her
to do better thanSilG or 218 lut when
she got down to the second quarter at
at 103 gait the fittest record there
was A breathless interest and expect
ancy It was feared however that
the strong head wind when she
turned would slacken her speed
materially and render it Impossible
to win She kept straight forward
however without a break or a kIp
and marked the three quarters of a
mile pole in 136 Bain urged her
gently with his voice which she re
sponded to gamely and the multitude
ws breathless as she went the final
quarter and thundered down the
home stretch in 2 10l Cheera
erected the mare her driver and
manager aa they went to the stable t
COXKLIKGS SPEECH
The following ill the remainder of
Senator Conklings great speech the
first portion of which was published
yesterday morning EDS 3
Senator Conkling said The broad
issue at this election whether our
colossal fabric our commercial in
dustrial and financial interests aball
be under tho management and pro
tec ion of those of democratic ascend
ancy in all branches of government
deeper rooted than any measure
within the scope of existing public
questions Statesmen abroad talk of
balance of power and of changing the
map of Europe these sayings mean
riot much more than might easily
occur here without violating the Con
ctitution or transcending tho usages
of the republic At least seven new
elates could be brought in of romeo
them a very plausible case could be
made the project would become a
high party measure its success would
insure a complete democratic ascend
ancy ia the nation for generation at
least it would put the government
not merely in the hands of the demo
cratic party but of the southern dem
ocratic party with courts revolution
iced to conform to reaction
ary notions and dogmas pre
judices and interest What may
be the fate of questions aflectmg
the commerce among the several
states revenue bank and legal ten
der currency taxation of government
currency in which these bjnds are
payable civil rights acts election
laws claims growing out of the war
claims for refunding the war tax OB
cotton late amendments and many
other matters no man can predict
meanwhile the army having been re
duced to a okeleton and whenever a
scare pretense speck of war on Mex
can border or elsewhere can be dis
covered or invented the army must
be increased and filled up By whom
That depends on the approaching
election If Garfield and Arthur are
chosen by Union men men always
for tho Union to the core If Han
cock and English and the democratic
party got in by men who went with
their elates
There is a whisky rebellion now in
several states and officer of the law
are powerless to suppress it recently
a warrant was issued for the arrest of
one Penton a deputy material wont
with a posse to execute the warrant
in his report to the marshal ha says
Penton assembled from twentyfive
to fifty armed men and sat him and
the law at defiance When cautioned
to desist Penton replied When
Hancock ie elected this foolishness
will atop Amendments to the Con
stitution were constantly and flag
rantly defied in more than half the
democratic states and should these
laws be swept away and the spirit
which assails them in the south and
which called them into being con
tinue to rage mildew will follow in
tho wake
The national banking system has
been struck wherever the blow could
be put in This fabrio of banking
is now iawrougbt not only with the
business of the country but with the
maintenance of specie payments It
stands a lion in the path of fiat
money inflation and all the long
train of financial heresies which
possess the democratic mind especi
ally in the south
In regard to tho assertion that the
southern war claims are barred by
tho Fourteenth Amendment to the
Constitution Conkling said There
can be no doubt the way is wide
open to all southern claims which the
majority can be found to vote for and
a president to sign democratic
party has had possession ef tho House
of Congress four years and both
homes for two years and what useful
thing has been done or proposed
They have stricken I some millions of
tax off whisky and tobacco they have
attempted by revolutionary miamI to
put the executive under duress ard to
cripple the government in order to
overthrow just and time honored
laws what else I do not know It is
said the democracy has reduced the
appropriations I do not so under
stand it The claim of economy is
no better than a juggle The pre
tended saving which bad been pur
posely left out of regular appropria
tion bills came in as deficiency bills
after the election In the face of
facts bald and arrant as the claim ie
tho country is gravely told Of wond
rous democratic economies and it now
begins to state l that the resumption I
specie payment was brought about by
the frugality of a democratic Congress
If a race was to be sailed on the
sea of fiction the inventor of this
statement would surely take the cup
The resumption of specie payment
was a transcendent achievement the
credit of it belongs to the same party
and to that party future generation
will look back with grateful admira
tion Who ever would know the
truth about it can easily do eo
Conkiing here gave the history of I
sur finances from the close of the
war to the passage of the resumption
act which act he said encountered
solid democratic opposition in both
houses but was passed by republican
votes Tho repeal bills were brought
forward and the democrats voted for
them separately and cs riders to tho
appropriation bill meanwhile the
world eeeing that we meant to be
honest after all notwithstanding the
repudiation at the south and threat
in the north and vicious declarations
in national conventions it became
easy to negotiate 4 and 4 per cents
at par and above par Tbia was
done and the debt has melted away
at the rate of 2000000 a month
interest charges have bean reduced a I
half and when bonds of high interest
rate still outstanding fall due in
1831 and afterwards they also trill
be replaced by 4 or 365 per cent
bonds This all look pretty well
very well by the side of the exploits
of the last democratic administration
Mr Buchanans which increased the
debt tenfold in a time of peace paid
12 per cent interest on treasury notes
and sold 6 per cent twentyyear
bonds for 89 cents on the dollar
It is well to add that during the
last five years of their congressional
control the republicans diminished
120000000 annual taxes 31
000000 of tariff duties and 89000
000 of internal revenue
Senator Conkling concluded as fol
low Tho candidates we support
besides being republicans are largely
fitted for the stations which await
them Some service with him in
Congress has made me veil ac
quainted with GencralGarfield Ihs
he has intelligence experience aDd
habits of mind which fit a man for
the presidential office I think I know
Without early advantages he years
ago achieved prominence among
leading men in public life and that
prominence he has maintained ever
since I in all collision between individ
uals and parties That he is com
petent ts the duties before him there
seems to be no reasonable doubt Ol
General Arthur it seems needless here
to speak Most of you know him
and all who know him know a high
eculed honorable man honorable in
every position in which he ever etcod
A man to be trusted in every relation
of life If character and popularity
and personality of a candidate can
add strength to the republican cause
General Arthur will add that strength
wherever he is known and most where
he is beat known
BUIIJBB TIlE BRICK
Why He Left the ICrpnbUczns
What HeHopes for the Colored
u < n From Democratic
Success
Pittsbnrg 18 General Benjamin
F Butler and Col John W Forney
arrived in this city this afternoon and
made their headquarters at the St
Charles Hotel About 3 oclock Paul
J Carson exdeputy sheriff together
with a number of other colored men
called upon General Butler Mr
Carton was spokesman and in a brief
speech stated that they wished to pay
a tribute of respect to one whom they
believed a benefactor to their rice
and to whom Ihey ascribe the merit
of public services to them when
their late and future were in
a critical state Butler in res
ponse said ha had done nothing
but what he conceived to be hie duty
in the war which was not begun for
the emancipation of slAves beoiuia
all would remember that the first
proclamation of President Lincoln
called out tbe troops to retake and
repoaseii the United States in prop
erty which had been seized from them
and to execute tbe lam Alter re
viewing his career from 60 to 65 he
continued For sixteen years since
tho war I have a ted with tho repub
lican party in the hope that they
would extend that protection to the
colored men south that I deemed
out to be done I tried
to get it done in Congress but
it we not done I fought the cam
paign for Hayes in 1876 to have that
done under the promise of a platform
and party leaders that it should be
done and what was the result Tile
very Grot act of Hayes administra
tion was to turn over the elates Of
Louisiana und South Coil i LIma where
it wa claimed there were republican
government elected by negro voUs
or oeo Hayes was not elected where
that was tbe fact be gave tho govern
ments 10 elected ocr to the demo
crats From that hour for four years
not one thing has been Attempted to
ba done in the reliet uf colored men
or anybody else lucre baa been
it is true a liite attempt to stop the
illicit distilling of whisky and brandy
in tbe south Some men were killed
by tho lawless distillers and their
murderers have not been punished
There her net been proper protection
for the men who live down there
That being so in the best interest of
the south and the best interest of the
colored men I propose to have a
change II the republican party
cannot provide thia protection in six
teen year I do not propose to try
them twenty General Hancock has
said he will enforce the Thirteenth
Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend
ments in their letter aud spirit No
body who knows his will doubts
that he will etnud by thai
if elected and given power
end nobody doubts tbat the demo
cratic party has tbe power to Drolect
the negro it they cet iutj power
Their great leader has said he will do
so I propose to try this experiment
for four yeara and then it the drao
crate c > nnct do better than Hayes
has I shall turn rouni and help
kick him cut at the end ol
four years Ojo thing is cer
tain I cannot be more powerless
during the next four years to give the
colored men proper protection than
I arid every other man has been in
tbe nttst
The following telegram fom Gen
Hancock was read
NEW YORK 18
To General L Pearson Pitlsburg
I have not bad time to answer by
mail your letter of the 14th mst The
occasion you bavj wr Uen anout will
be special interest The composi
tion of your meeting will indicates that
the remains of sectionalism and bit
terness aro to ba grappled with and
that we have a growing party cover I
ing all sections and embodying har
mony freedom of opinion and a fair
expression through the ballot box
Signed W 8 HAKCOCK
FOREIGN
Rga33 18 Eight thousand Al
baniana occupied the town and fort
ress of Dulcigno expelling two
bttalions of Turkish troops who were
found in tbe garrison Riza Pasha
Turkish commander not having
received instructions from tho Porto
to oppose the Albanians by force
withdrew to GocSza
British ViceAdmiral Seymour jeo
tcrday tent a letter to Rizi Pasha
who was supposed to be at Scutari
It is ascertained that the letter re
quires a definitive categorical reply
in regard to the surrender of Dulcigno
to the Montenegrin
London ISThe statement that
an insurrection has broken out in
Herat and that the governor of the
oily had been murdered is unfounded
Virulent rinderpest has appeared
in Volynia the principal cattle dis
trict of Russia
Paris ISTho second meeting of
the council at the Palaco of Elyops
this afternoon lasted from 3 until 530
oclock All the ministers were
present including those wbo had
tendered their resignations Of the
agreement made by which the
ministers crisis was adjusted the
following is said to be the basis M
Conalans retain full liberty ot action
regarding the March decrees which
ha will execute nt tbo time and I
manner < he considers most suitable
without other delay than that re
quired to give the prefect the ncea
sary instruction
The efficiil Journal of to rnorrjvr
will contain a letter from M Cjnstan
to three archbishops statin bat the
declaration sgned by the religious
confrateruifira cannot take the plae
of the demand for the legal authorize
tion prescribed by the March decree
A ministerial crisis being avowed
President Grevy will return to the
Jura tomorrow
Too Too Much Liberty
Chicago ISThe report of the
committee on nominations of the na
tional liberal league was adopted It
makes Elizur Wright of Boston pros
dent a long list of vice presidents
beaded by R G Ingersoll Lucy N
Coleman New Jersey secretary T
B Wakeman New York treasurer
Directors Ehzur Wright T 0 Le
land T B Wakeman HL Greene
R C Spencer Secretary Eawioc
addicted the meeting and reported
on 5 1 i visit to the Free Thinkers at I
BrusselS He said they were making
converts rapidly in most nations of
Europe Lewis Wilhelm read the ad
dress ol the Union Radica of Mil
waukee denouncing the existing par
ties and recommending a liberal
league
The greater part of the afternoon
and evening were occupied in discus
sing the platform of principles and
the report preiented by the commit
tee on future work It provides for a
total separation of church and state
by Uw and by Constitutional amend
men the taxation of church prop
erty tho secularization of Echooli
tbe national legislature to protect
ciizenB in eqaal political civil in
dustrial and religious rights regard
less of race or sex universal education
ho basis of universal suffrage and a
Constitutional arrendment requiring
every state to maintain a thoroughly
secularIzed public echool system and
to educate every child
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO
DAY
CnuEcu or Jesus CHEIST OF LAT
TIXDAT SAINTs Meeting in the after
noon in tbe Lsrge Tabernacle com
mencing at 2 oc < x k
TWMITIETH ABDElder H W
Naisbitt wtll preach at C30 ocbck this
evening
if E CUURCII In Ilia Fir = t 31 K
Church Sabbath school at 930 am
CATHOLIC Church of St Mary Mag
dalene Rev Father Scanlan Pastor
CATHOUC SEKVICE at Fort Douglas
the second Sundy of each month at 10
oclock am
ST MARKS CATHEDRAL 3Ioming
I service at 11 am EenirJ servic3 no
sermon at 630 Sunday School at 945
amST
ST PAULS CIIAPEL corner of Fifth
South and Second We = t trcts Even
ing service S oclock Sunday School
230 pm
PaiSBYTKKiAX CiiORen Proachiug
in tbe Lecture Room of the Presbyterian
Church at 11 am by the pa tor Kobt
G McNiece
COMJEEOATIOJJAL Cuuncu Morn
ing service at 11 oclock Preaching by
the pastor Rev W 31 Barrows
Sunday School at 1215 No evening
service
MONETARY AND STOCKS
New York September 38 1880
Silver bare 112 money eay 2 2U
governments strong stocks steady
Western Union 103J Quicksilver
Pacific 40Ya Mariposa 5i Well
I Fargo 110K New York Central 130
Eric 36 Panama185 U Pacific 92
bond 112K Central Pacific 73
I bonds 1133 Sutro VS
Tramping Fools
Chicago 18In the seventy five
hour walking match which con
cluded this evening Dobler made 227
wiles and took the 600 purse and
Banks wbo was the only other pedes
trian remaining on the track made
213 milts
The rt Has Come
AND TUB
OYSTERS
WILL ARRIVE
SATURDAY S T 4
NEW YORK BRANDS
FOR THE SEASON CF
1880 and 1881
AT THE
OYSTER GROTTO
ceo ARBOCAST
12 41 Tiiiit South Street
DAVID JABftES
flICK ED
PyfflBBK U TIN N E R
GaB and Steam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying hi
material by the car load he is
pr pared to
LAY WATEIt PIPES
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Larze Stock of
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Load
Kept in Stock
OFFICE AND WOlil HJOlt
WEST TEMPLE STREET
Opposite City Mtv Market
MARKET PRICE
CIVEN
FOR
DED
APRICOTS 5
APPLES J
PEACHES
AND
PLUSES
AT
TEASDELS
Look out for lie AVazoii
or Leave your Address at
tore to call at Resilience
for them
S P TEASDEL
o L5 ELIASON
PRACTICAL
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Keeps a Select Stock of
Gold aud Silver
wwcois mm m
Also a Fine Assortment
JEWELRY
SlerliDj i1vcia TId Plated ware
AGENT FOR
IAZAKUS t MORRIS
Spectacles and EyeGlasses
OPPOSITE JONESS Ah It
142 MAIN STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
v a
fif
4 < j
r IA r
J 4 a
jJ Z c
I
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H Constantly Arnvill2
z 1 HEAVY SfflPNENT
li cU 01 f11
dMLL AND WINTIR GOOD
A
We have the
7
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
A MER CllABI8
OF ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST
1
Which we are offering for Sale at Prices
that Defy Competition
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I X i I Can and lime for Yoimete
I of Orders from the Country I
Promptly Executed
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FURNITURE
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR GOODS
Carpets H Wall Paper
OFFICE DESKS LIBRARY CASES
FEATHERS MATTRESSES
Window Coimeet Viiidow Shades
LACE OURTAINS LAMBREQUINS
DRAPERY TASSELS and LOOPS
REFRICERATORS BABY CARRIAGES
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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HENRY B1NWOOBEY
1238 to 1244 FIRST SOUTH STREET SALT LAKE CITY
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This Space is Reserved until
Further Notice for J D FAR
V MER who will Open with a
New and Complete Stock of
DRY GOODS at the Store
formerly occupied by Auerbach
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JOHN TAYLOR SON
I ERCJ3ANIJ1 V T A TT ORS
93 Commercial tiireet 93
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A s va shall SHORTLY REMOVE to a Mora Commodious Building
V on Main Street wo will CLOSE OUT at greatly Reduced
Pricas our remaining stock of SUMMER GOODS
to make roam for our Fall Purchases
BOVRING BROS
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DEALERS in CALIFORNIA FRUIT
P 0 U I THY
FISH FRESH EGGS BUTTER
A 3D
GIROOIEIRIIES
OF ALL KINDS
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Fresh Trout tfolTwJ Daily
1253 FIRST SOUTH STREET
Nobody eliYen Goods Quicker thin w
BOILER WORKS
HAYNES SONS
South Temple Street one block and a
half from the Depot
Arc prepared to do All Kinds of
BOILER AND SHEETIROn WORK
BOILERS of All Styles and Sizes Made
to Order Old Ones Repaired
All Work Guaranteed and Promptly
Attended to
53 l > rices aa Low as the Lowest
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Iron Gates and Fencing Iron Doors and
Shutters for Fireproof Building Iron
Fencing for Cemetery Lot Combina
tion Fences of Iron and Wood Iron
Stairs and Iron work in general
FACTORY
One Block West of White Root and ore
Block South Tovnidad House
SALT LAKE CITY
po OBor 471
DAVID EVANS
LICENSED
PLUMBER I GISFIHER
1214 Second South Street
Residences hUed up for Gas Hot and
Cold Water Bath Sinks Water
Closets Wash Basins etc in
the most approved manner
Special Attention given to Jobbing
Leave Orders with JE Evan HesiLD Ode
MJdgleja Paint Shop or at ReaiJenc Tltr
East bet 3d and 4th fcontb Jjl
FARMERS m RDEfIERS
Wit do well to see the New Stock
of Grass and Garden
SEEDS >
Just Arrived at
T CArmtrQD Grain and FeEd store
34 First South St Box 310
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REMOVED
J H EU SSER
Has removed his Stock of
Gunll Pistols Ammunition
FISHING TACKLE
I Cigars Tobacco Etc
To the commodious premises
Wo 139 3Iaiii Street
A FirstClass Shooting Gallery
Parties wishing anything in his line
can choose from one of the Largest
Stocks in the Territory at the Lowe
RAte 3yl7
MUSEUM
OPPOSITE THE TBR ALE 6ATX
SALT LAKE CITY
JOSEPH L BAETOCT
PO Box 382 Cuiatcr
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