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fltl t FRIDAY MoRNING SEPT 24 1880
f1 I
THE DAILY HERALD Is pablishep
t j every moraine Mondays excepted at
Yof East Temple Street near First South
Salt Luke City by the HEE ALD Psnrr
h IKQ ANDPDBLISimraCOMPJLIfT Sub
ii i saiption price f 1050 per annum post
jf age included parts of a year at the
Hxmo rate To weekly Bubscribers
collection mode by carriers 25c a week
I THE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD is
i published every Wednesday and Satur
day morning at 360 a year six
months L75 postage included
I THE WEEKLY HERALD is published
every Thursday morning at J2 a year
eix months 5125 postage included
Postage outside the U S and Canada
extra
DR TANNERS audiences in New
I England are repotted as thin as he
was at the end of the last
t
C > PATSEY AND Jonn Rowley of Nor
I wich Cone as twigs must have been
I > bent very early They are aged re
p jpntico12 l and 6 years and are
I i1 jMJnljail for honestealing
r THE EXPEDIENT of charging lOc for I
I admission to the Ohio etate camp
meeting of colored Methodist at
I
I Oaldwell might have eeryed to pay
I the absconded expenses if the treasurer bad not
THE DEMOCRATS of Idaho have paid
i Delegate Ainalio of that territory a
high compliment in renominating
i9 him for Congress His election is an
assured fast as Idaho id not only
J i II democratic but the republican
nominee lacks a good deal of being
I I ft popular Mr Ainalio has served his
1 F G L constituents faithfully and is perhaps
p a good a nominee as the party conld
have mae He will receive his
4 4 PC 1A lan681 vote in the southern part of
f jU 3 Ilia3 territory where the people have
thehabit of sticking to a man so long
l I i1 aa he serves them faithfully
f I I a OHE REV FATHER KEJIPZB of St
Louis darted a Roman Catholic
1 T3 Uedhodl in hia parish and from his pul
GJ pit warned his congregation against
1 J sustaining irreligious sohoola James
j i 1 JJ i Bracket the principal of an ace
I t t demy regarded this policy as injurious
I v to hia bueinesa and when they met
B I Brackett used a whip on the priest
I t I For that offanco tno teacher was ex
communicated On a Sunday Boon
afterwards be wont to worship in the
i church and father Keraper ordered
r I his expulsion which was effected
l Again Bracket entered during a mas
c t and acain the pastor requested tbo
ushers to eject him They did not
obsy and the services were therefore
i I left unfinished
IT BEGINS to look as if tha too
t rzidtprious t Acklen Louisiana would
j JV not ba returned to Congress though
I in tho efiort to keep him out the
democrats will bo apt to lose the dis
trict The antiAcklen faction
< S which is presumed to be the respect
t t able faction withdew from the con
t vention which renominated Acklen
t and nominated General John 8
Bum The republicans the dis
trict Lava put in nomination C B
f Darrell who will be elected provided
I the other candidates can about equally
1 divide the democratic vole For the
< I Xfaku of the democracy it is hoped
I the republicans will win if he is a
r i I more moral man than Acklen who
1 I baa rOughtenOngh disgrace upon
IV 1 I I t q hl ibelf > and the name of congress
i ma
i ACO > RDISQ TO their own showing I
the gentlemen wbo are pleased to
t r christen themsElves II Liberals are i
J mply bent on creating disturbance
i I j f and stirring up strife They do not
2 expect to elect the gentleman whom
s i4 thi5y have nominated for Congress
I They openly admit Ibis If they
t could elect him they would not Mr
T Campbell would be among the last
k men lected by the Liberals for dele
I 1 if gate Congress were there the
1 r slightest chance or prospect to elect
him For all we know to the con
trary he is a jolly good fellow
wiin good qualities and bad duly pro
i portioned according to the regula
tion plan but he is not the parson
one would select as a
congressman
S r filjtTfroaT this territory He represents
J rjftnr party or class and is
j 19 com para
i tively unknown outside bis very small
circle of associates It is presumed
j that like ordinary men be has ideas
principles and a policy but just what
they are we defy a dozen men in
Utah to state Mr Campbell by a
i lucky turn of Fortune wheel has
I suddenly found himself the possessor
I of immense wealth and it is just
possible that be is ambitious to
1 L be bonauza statesman such
S S 03
i they have in Nevada Whether this
be BO or not it is certain that
J he owes the questionable honor that
S r naB ueen unmet unon nimto his purse
f rather than to his
n head that it to say
I the Liberaa think his bank account
instead of his brainp qualifies him
i j for the place The immense ore
r body in the Horn Silver has done all
S for Mr Campbell in the way of
transforming him into a statesman
1 Of course the Liberals knew that a
1 I
campaign meant money and they
r chose the man who bad the biggeet
barrel and the one most likely to be
I tapped It is possible they have
r been mistaken aa Mr Campbell may
1
I be fashioned by the pattern after
7 I t which the republicans claim the
I democratic candidate for vicepresi
dent ha been constructed in which
i event there must be a going down
I into pockets none too plethoric as it
Is a noticeable fact that the large
i majority of the more active Librala
< I are of the Jobs turkey species Bat
r admitting that Mr Campbell ia am
f bltioas and Rill spend money freely
in the purchase of Liberal lip this is
i not the conn try where votea are
bought and sold what is the purpOse
p I of the party other than the stirring
up of strife 2 They want to revive
tho old quarrel between classes that
t was so annoying to decent people
t a few years ago and to injurious
Ps I I to the best industrial interests of the
territory The leaders of the Liberals
t are persons who delight in quarrels
and contention and thane are what
j
5
r
they are striving for in the present
movement Whether they shall be
successful or not will depend largely
upon the action of the intelligent
thinking classes If these latter will
let the new move alone it will
soon move into the grave Within
itself it haant the life to keep it
above ground for any length of time
The better way will be to let it die
bowl itself to death which it will
soon be able to do if left alone
LATEST TELEGRAMS
A Slirrlne Strike
Smolensk 23 Three thousand
workmen in the factory at Jarzevo
struck against a reduction of wages
and have since committed grert ex
cesses The governor chief ef the
gen darmic and public prosecutor
have gone to the scene and troops
have been dispatched thither
An Early Discovery I
It WAS recently discovered in the
treasury department that after the
breaking out of the late war the
New Orleans mint continued coinage
for several weeks and about 1 500
000 in in gold and silver of different
denominations were coined from the
bullion on hand at the time It is
supposed the mousy fell into the
bauds of the confederacy and baa all
been put into circulation increasing
the amount in circulation by just BO
much
Tarrytown Celebration
Tarrytown 23 Exercises took
place in a tent with a seating capa
city of 5000 Every teat Will occu
pied also the standing room On the
platform wero seated Samuel J Til
den president of the day The orator
of the day Ghauncey M Depew was
then introduced and made a stirring
address Gilmores Band then gave
a concert patriotic airs predominat
ing All the time the txcercisea
wero in progress people wore
coming into town and the roads
and streets ware blocked with
teams It is estimated that at least
80000 people were on the grounds
Governor Cornell was unable to be
present because of illnea In the
evening public and private buildings
were illuminated and a grand dis
play of fireworks was given from
Mount Andre
Army ot the Cumberland Re
union
Toledo 23The closing session of
the twelfth reunion of the Army ot
the Cumberland was held on the
steamer Chief Justice Waite today
Chattanooga was selected at the place
for the next meeting date Septem
ber 2l3i and 22d 1881 Gen B H
Briatow was selected as orator An
amendment to the constitution wn
adopted permitting vicepresidents to
bo chosen from elates aud territories
where members of the society resided
The following officers were elected for
the ensuing year President Lt Gen
P H Sheridan corresponding secre
tary General H M Cist recording
secretary Colonel John W Steele
treasurer General G 8 Fullerton
The vice presidents include General
N Kimball of Utah General Ed
ward McCook of Colorado General
W L Elliott ol California Memor
ials were received and the conven
tion adjourned
Hayes Talks Twenty minutes
San Francisco 23A dispatch
from Sacramento ways Tne President
and party visited the stock parade
on the fair ground this morning
where they met an immense and en
thusiastic crowd After the parado
the party took a special train for
Chico At Wheatland the train
stopped a few minutes and the
President made a few remarks in
response to the really heartfelt ovation
pt the people of the town and vicin
ity Who had congregated ia large
numbers Tho party arrived at
Cnico at 3 pm and weie received
by the militu fire department and a
great crowd of people from the
city and surrounding country The
procession escorted the party to the
Bidwell Mansion the Presideut being
cheered along the line of march At
the mansion B Collins made on
address of welcome the President
replying in a speech twenty minutes
long I
A Logical
Washington 23Two of the spec
ial agents sent to South Carolina to
investigate the alleged census frauds
returned and ire now preparing their
report to General
Walker Tne na
ture of the roport it is impossible to
learn as General Walker forbids any
I intimation of it to be given until sub
mitted to the secretary of the interior
It is generally believed however that
these agents discovered frauds of a
very serious character and the South
Carolina papers spoke of them as I
spies and informers and in short
manifested such an nnfrisndly spirit
as to arouse euapicion and from toil
fact and from hints dropped at the
censua office it is regarded as evident
that frauds have been found in the
census of that state sufficient to war
rant ill retaking by another set of
supervisors and enumerators and
both Secretary Scburz and General
Walker are very emphatic in their
statements that if frauds are found
thejwork will be done over again
1
Pan Presbyterian COHBCII
Philadelphia 23lt was not until
nearly 2 oclock that the vast audi
ence that packed the Academy of
Music vacated that building Subse
quently the delegates assembled in
Horticultural Hall and organized a
business session A formal address of
welcome was made by Rev Dr Wm
P Breed The late Rev Dr Beadle
was originally chosen to deliver the
address of welcome and open his
death Rev Dr H A Boardman was
chosen Dr Boardman also died
and Dr Breed was then selected
After successively welcoming the sev
eral foreign delegations and milking
fitting allusions to the memorable fea
tures of the religious history of their
several countries Dr Breed referred
to the fact that the first American
Presbytery was founded in Philadel
phia 175 years ago and that today
out of 850000 people Philadelphia
there were iso Presbyterian minis
ters 12U Presbyterian congregation
with a communion roll of 42000 and
the adherence of some 100000 who
join in giving you a genuine Presby
terian welcome
Rev Dr Balderwood of Edinburgh
was elected chairman of the session
and Rev Dra Matthews and Blaikie
clerks of the council Rev Dr
Blaikie from the committee on sta
tistics reported that he bad a tabu
lated statement which it would be I
impracticable to read to the council
but which would be published in the
journal of the proceedings The
statement covered statistics of thirty
four churches of which thirteen are
on the Continent of Europe nine in
the United Kingdom six in the
United States and six in the British
Colonies Adopted and the council j
took n recess
SEW YOKK rltMoil1
The fig Batificatlea Over the
ValoR effleHlecriCy i
New York
Senator Bayartl the Sa sa
maR and Patriot Makes a
Speech Equal to the
Man
Which the Bigetcd Republi
can Associated Press Agent
Caaaet Spoil
Thoagh ho Attempt is Made
A Bnsgllng Synopsis of a
Grand Affair
New York 23AuguEt Belmont
was chosen chairman of the demo
cratic meeting tonight His speech
WM devoted in the main to the con
sideration of the claim that the pres
ent prosperity of the nation is duo to
republican legislation and cited as a
significant fact that only in 1879
with the House and Senate both the
democrats were enabled to float our 4
per cent bonds at par The Ameri
can people do not owe their
present prosperity to either repub
lican or democratic law maker
They owe it first and above
all to the blessings of the Almighty
who has given them unbounded crops
with which to feed the famishing
masses of Europe next to the forced
economy and retrenchment in private
and public expenditures rendered
necessary by the disasters of 1873
and lastly to the thrift energy and
skill ot our planters farmers and ex
porters to the marts of the world
not only of the surplus produce ot our
soil but also of the works of Ameri
can invention and skill
Resolutions were read and adopted
and letters of regret because of tbe
absence of the writers were an
nounced From Gen Hancock
Dear Sir Pleats express my r
thanks to the committee for the in
vitation to be present at the granu
meeting to be held in New York Ci y
on the 23d instant If circumstances
permit it will give me pleasure to
attend but occupations and en
gagements are such that it is not
probable that I shall be able to do ao
If I should I will take the liberty of
informing you hereafter
ExGovernor Hendricks writes I
am very confident that New York
and Indiana will both select demo
cratic electors and that the national
democratic ticket will be elected by a
vote that no fraud can overcome
From Senator Hill of Georgia I
am not entirely satisfied mat aa
drcsaeo by southern speakers at the
north will aid the party 1 am quite
sure some which have been made
have not aided it I much prefer not
to speak unless it is assured that I
will at least do no harm My own
opinion is thht a well considered
speech delivered by me to a quiet
audience Boston might do good
From David Davis Domestic rea
sons which need no explanation
exclude me from taking part in any
public meeting at this time I regret
not being able to give a more eatis
factory reply to the invitation
Senator Buyard was then presented
to the vAet throng and was received
with long continued applause and
the waving of hats and handker
chiefs He male a long speech dis i
cussing the many questions which
enter into the presidential contest
He said that lime had changed thb
population of the south as well aa of
the north A new generation of
men and women who could have
bad but little to say or do in relation
to the war of 1861 cow occupies and
coBtroli the country Of the charge
that in the event of democratic suc
cess the war debts of the south for
the loss of slaves and claims for other
losses growing out of war pensions
for the wounded etc would be paid
out of the United States treasury
Bayard said the best reply to all these
wild malicious and foolish assertions
is that such payments would be im
possible Tne good sense or honesty
of that man is seriously to be im
pugned who does not read in the
plain mandate of the Fourteenth
Amendment the absolute seal of life
gality and nullity set upon all such
claims Having been for a number
of years in Washington hava learned
of the claims paid by Congress in the
past ten years of the class styled
Southern claims and in almost
every instance a great part of tbe
money flowed into the pockes of the
northern and very loyal as
aigneea who bad bought up
these claims for a annf from
their 80uther Dow
impecunious southernowners
At a great gathering of republican
ladies and gentlemen last l week there
wero lawyers bankers and statesmen
who had more money in their pock
ets from southern claims allowed by
republican commissioners and re
publican courts than the poor south
ever received from the war or will
ever receive from now until the day
of judgment The cry Solid south
received attention and Bayrd said
the south ia i not solid for anything
the north need apprehend and its
solidity has no feature and no result
unfriendly to tbe prosperity of the
entire Union In relation to the con
dition of business and society in the
southern states Bayard quoted freely
from a paper by Edward Atkinson
of Massachusetts and published in
the ForlnigMy Review and in which
appears tbeso passages The total
production of gold and silver by
mines mountains and rivers of the
whole world for twentyseven years
has been 4400987000 and the t I
American cotton crop for the last ten t t
years amounted to from S2500000 t
OW to 3000000000 in gold value
Since 1865 an industrial revolution
had occurred and in the states made
free by the war such as never before
occurred Onthe surface there baa
appeared to be miegovernmeLtfraud
Dolitical disturbancewant of stability
and sometimes violence but under
lying this snrfaceapparently eo deeply
agitated the great industrial forces
have been quietly and surely working
to the end indicated by the great j
crops or cotton The tan last crops
marketed exceeded the ten ante war
crops by nearly 6500000 bales while
the crop now being marketed will be
far the largest ever grown Violence
and anarchy cannot have been the
rule in a section that has produced
greater crops for sale and bar at the
fame time been more aelfWmtaining
than ever before in its history
Speaking of the prosperity of the
nation and of the production of to
bacco sugar and rice Bayard said
And yei our domestic production of
the last two articles is only in
the southern states and tobacco
is chiefly produced there Of the
tobacco crop from tbe twofifths
retained and manufactured In the
United States over 38000000 rev
enue hare been derived the last fiscal
year With the executive power of
this government in the hands of an
administrator just and friendly to
every tection how trifling will even
the great present be to the greater
future of the prosperity that awaits
us Bayard referred to his visit to
South Carolina and aid If any man
who was not unwilling to tell the
truth had been at my side during my
visit to South Carolina he would have
left assured that industry was the
rule among the people and the rela
tions of the races were quietly and hap
pily regulating themselves nd but
f or the deals ffdrk of the selfish and
urlacrupuloua poiticans of the radical
party tbero never would be any
serious difficulty among the people
there The claim that the resump
tion of specie payments was the work
of the republican party received con
siderable attention and Bayard aa iJ
not until Bristow was placed at the
head of the treasury was the aaggei
tion or attempt made to resume
specie payment He declared that
he resolutions formerly introduced
by himself to hasten resumption
were buried in Shermans com
mittee Of Garfield Bayard said
he was the chairman of the
committee OB appropriation
when corruption and ext tgance
ran riot in Washington City when
Boss Shephard and his crew were
drawing tens of millions ID lay rotten
pavements in those streets with false
measurements and double prices
and in all the carnival of roguery
from 1869 until 1875 when tbo dem
ocratic majority put an end to the
lobby and congressional plunder
where was the voice and vote of Gar
field If he sought raform be did H
so quietly as never to be beard I
leave the reports of tne committees
controlled by the men of his own
party association to describe
his personal connection with
discreditable transactions and can
only say that if wo accept tueir ac
count of Garfield we may well sty
Never more be officer of mine
General Arthur was collector of the
port of New York when under the
infamous moiety system no mer
chant was secure against tbe seizure
of his books and most private papers
Custom house bribery wet a regular
practice tnd custom hones appoint
ments were mere counters in ex
change for political influence Col
lector Arthur was dismissed from the
office because of these abuses and be
cause to nile tho words of Secretary
Sherman endorsed by the President
his retention would have been a
cartons injury to the public service
Gen Hancock was presented in
contrast and of him Bayard said
The bright light of public scrutiny
and the boit le lens of party animosity
have been turned upon the spotless
armor of bill private and public char
I acter and no flaw or stain has been
discovered Of his associate on the
ticket William H English it was
said his unblemished character as a
man and a statesman are all in accord
with the promises of reform which
our success will accomplish Bayard
closed as follows Before tbe Ameri
can people I today arraign the
republican party as it is now led and
organized aa destructive to the wel
fare prosperity and wise government
of the country in tne present con
test they have their hopes on the
passions of a war long since ended
the fruits of whose success Leing
unity and peace and concord the
American people are entitled to en
joy and in the coming triumph ol
the conservative and national democ
racy it will bs bo
A description of the grand prooua
sion waa not sent nor the letters
from other prominent democrats S
J Tilden among tho number which
were also read The introduction to
the letter from Mr Tilden was sent
but be rest did not comeEDsl
0 0 liE ITIC
New York 28Tbe national con
vention of passenger ticket agents
adjourned to day to meet at St Louis
on the third Tuesday in next March
Tho report of the committee on rates
will be mado tomorrow
Thousands of men were in line and
perhaps 100000 people witnessed the
parade Democrat are rejoicing to
night over the euccenml ratification
of their union
Coinage 23 Mils Elizabeth
Scanlan a young Chicago vocalist
made a brilliant debut this evening
at the Central Muaio Hall Critics
regard her aa one of the most promis
ing of American singer
Washington 23 During August
there arrived in this country 50508
immigrants
The treasury department today
purchastd 360000 ounces of silver to
be delivered at the Philadelphia and
New Orleans mints
810570 Vt 23 The first snow ol
the season fell on Mount Washington
this morning
t
POLITICAL
Worcester MUM 23 Democrats
of the Ninth District nominated
Major M J McCaOert for Congress
Jamestown N Y 23 The demo
I crate of thoTnirtytbird Congressional
District nominated H A Balcom
Newark N J 23The Sixth Dis
trict democrats nominated Edward
Balbacb jr for Congress
Chicago 231nter Oceans Wash
ington Postmaster General Mnynard
returned from Tennessee today He
rays the republicans are very confi
dent of electing Pcttibone in the First
Tennessee Congressional District i
which will be a republican gain Be
says the republican party in Tennes
see is in excellent condition and will
probably give Garfield tbe largest
vote the party has fiver cast in the
etsleBuflIo
BuflIo 23In the Thirty second
District the democrats nominated
Jonathan Scoville for Congreg I
FOREIGN
R eues 23Iu accordance with
the decision taken at the council of
tho admiral yesterday Admiral
Seymour has sailed for C < tttaro
whence he will proceed to Cettioje
for the purpose of ascertaining per
sonally the position of the Montene
grins and arranging for future action
with respect to the occupation of Dul
oigno
Constantinople 23Tbe Porte will
issue a fresh note protesting against
the naval demonstration and again
declaring the exercise of armed pres
sure contrary to the rights of the Sul
tan
Overrated
Indianapolis 23The supreme
court today overruled the petition
for a rehearing in the case involving
the validity of the Constitutional
amendment the vote standing the
same AS it did in the original case
Judges Niblock and Scott in favor of
a rehearing and Judges Biddle
Warren and Hawk aginst
The Corning Hob Strikers
Columbus 23The pickets at Cor
ning were fired upon by the strikers
last night and returned the fire but
as far as learned no one was injured
Most of the miners living ac Corning
would return to work at a sliding
scae but for fear of vengeance from
their associates in the miners union
OYSTE RS
The First of the Season at the
ARCADE
TODAY
j 01XW60HIT caterer
15
iiitcrslirterly Seport
Ib tKe Eon the Mayor and CUy Coun
cil Salt Lake City
QESTC = t horjtflti wdstat to ynr
honorable bolr a report of the financial
ecnditicn tf Salt Liks City Corporation for
the quarter ccdnj August Slit SSO
180 S
Jane lit By Baliso in Treasury
ft lut report n Tt CU 70
f
Receipts during quarter
Corporation Vends
bold ltqOWM
II Liceca 12910 65
II Bills Isjable llOU OJ
WUel enpply z401 65
City Jax 545 SS
Fint 732 65
II Accrued Jotcreit on
Bjcda told I6t 02
Bocti 5G701
Dog Tax 531 fO
II lol Tax 3srfl
Firs Uipirtncnt 2ri J lU
II Jrricat BS Water UIJ 50
xoaio j 81 tO
Lund = = = 5375
Jordan and Slt Lake a
CD1 nllllJlllllllltrttrT 85
I 1 moSt and Los 8 la
Washington quarr II 10
e Bills he lvablo S lO
T bl Roo 5129 13 62
Total Begems for Quarter13960 37
Disbursements during quarter
To Bills Payable Dor
ft wed Mono pldS77OOO 00
JorJ a and bale Lake
CiyCan 179f9 03
Ko d and Street Aoi 1 < ti37 tr2
Stet Lightini 3oJ5J 6J
Irjiiatinz A ator cur
rent excesseS 23S743
I Police 2100 CO
I Jixpenaa 1131 67
5 Prison Water Service iizpefi80MHHMMM 11J9 125 47 31
II Artesian Well 13554
II extra tieiTieo Actt
Uompensatloo to
Members of the City
f ftTlnffilTrT i 3500
II Fire Department 6501 SC
nooorder and Auditor
balary 111111 111 11 650 00
I SaperiDtetdtLt Pablio
Work b Ury COO CO
II Police Jaitioai Hilary tOJ OU
II Marihal ealary lio UU
II Treasurer tiarary 375 t1
I Lleeate Collectors Sal
II Attornejs arl s1ari = 57500 bTS 00
II Cit itch Improve
menti 871 52
Wabllttoa acuaro I
AlteraC1onl 311 17
II B t r e s t euperyisors
oce
II FroSt and Loss Inter
eet Vincent 250 0
Co Waermastars Salary Sf0 ffi
II Water Work 2JO 75
II Clerlr Balarr 213 UU
I Chief Endnler tIre I
Department and Sup
erintendent SYator
tVorkasalary 22500
Water upply 110 00
4 Ltimie = = 8333
e econd Market Dh
uiat CS 32
e Fourth Market D1
Uict C8CO
City flail bot ii 011
City Xanos = = 4 n
TOIlldleburementSIl3US Cd
Balatco in Treasury at cosa cf
business Auut 31st JStf 126452 31
Beapeatfully submitted
JohN T CAINE
Auditor Public Accaurti
Auditors OEoe
Salt Lake City September 1 1S3
t
Endorsements
September 7th 1850
Freien ed to the City Council received and
referred to tho Committee on finance
8iptomber2lt IISO
Reported back to the Council by tha Com
mittee on Finance M having beaa examined
compared with the book and vouchers and
found to ba a correat exhibit of the financial
condition of Salt Like City Corporation for
th quarter endiae lOtuitSlst 18SO
Whcrtupon the Council accepted and
adoted the Auditor riport and ordered
It to b i ubiisiiod ia accordant with t e 10
quiremeati or thiS Oiy h rter
TeaniroRT ov UcLa
f Ju
SU1L ui
I John TCaln t Recorder of Salt Labs City
0 hereby certify that tin fore join i is a full
true ana correct soot 01 thi r porc of the
Auditor of PubIs Accounts of the fioanoUi
condition of i alt Lake City forroratim for
the qturtar enditf August 3l t its pre
lentej to the City Council fceotembar 7ih
18SO toelher with the action cf ha Council
taken the oou a i a sears ef record in my
office
0 > In teUimoar trhereof 1 hare
jr ° J I hereunto set my hand and fixed
1 Ut j the Corporate reaI I Saltiake
0 City th22d > day of ioiteab
A D ItSi
JOHN T CAINF
CAINFhceordcr
hceordcr
UNE VILE FANOH
Iii the motto of the
BUSINESS SAMPLE ROOM
Which will Open on or about
tho First of October
JJ3Du notice of the precise date will be given
hereafter
BUSINESS I
Opposite the Postoffice
DoclorsBllIs Reduced a Minimum
Vim SPRINGS WATER
THE FOLLOWING ANALYSIS BY DR
JL Charles T Jaciion of Itoiton Mss
Illustrates clearly the value of the water from
the Warm Springs of this city lie reports as
follows Three Hold ounces of the water on
evaporation to entire ilrjncjj In a platlna cap
sule gave 825 grains of solid dry saline
matter
Carbonate of lime and magnesla0 210 12SO
Peroxide of Iron a WO 0208
TJme 5t5 2907
Chlorine 3154 18421
Roda 28T7 J5334
Maineala 0 370 2 073
Sulphuric eld 0 703 3 718
822 13931
It Is slightly charged with hydrosulphuric
add gas and la a pleasant ullne mineral
water HAVING VALUABLE PEOPEBTIES
BELONGING TO SALINE SULPHUR
SPRINGS
ECPKBIENCEias shown that this Tatar Is
quite raluable ai a beTeraze la many diseases
arising from Indlgeitioa and IUPDRIT7 OF
THE BLOOD Being often asked why I do not
keep the water on sale I bare decided that
peddling water which runs almost at our doors
is too small a business therefore I hare ar
ranged to rappy the public with the water in
its natural state at the WEST DOOR OF MY
ESTABLISHMENT FREE OF CIIABGE Call
and help yourselves and If yon find that it does
you good let me know so that others espec
ially the poor may be posted and induced to
use THIS CHEAPEST OF ALL 1IEDICINE3
GEORGIA MEEARS
Succesor to Walker Bras I Co
24 Opp osile the Poztoffice
BOWRING BROS
WBOUULX AXD xxrjLH
DEALERS ID 1 CALIFORNIA PRUH
POULTRY
FISH FRESH EGGS BUTTER
XOT
GROCERIES
OF ALL KINDS
I
Freih Trout recelred Dilly
1253 FIRST SOUTH STREET
Nobody Delivers Goods Quicker than we
Ttlt ninr may be found on
THIS rRrEfi1vat GeaP
Kowell Cos iiow paper Advertising
Bureau Sprue St where advertising
contracts may bo mat font in NEW
YORK
i t
l <
td T i 880 Cs
T 0
r f Constantly Airivii
i H1 HEAVY SHIPMENTS
OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
7
We havc tbe
1 LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
6IER CILIATNTDISIN
OF ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST
WMcli we are offering for Sale at Prices
that Defy Competition
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Can and ExamiBB for Yornte
I Orders from the Country
f
Promptly Executed
H S ELDREDBE
Snpt
r
DINWOOPJSYJPURJTITTJRB
I T
te w41iP 3 i 1
FURNITURE
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR GOODS
Carpets Wall Paper
OFFICE DESKS LIBRARY CASES
FEATHERS MATTRESSES
I to jra fea c 9 f y f u B aa u B a s ta xf
Window Cornices Window Shades
LAOE OURTAINS LAMBREQUINS
DRAPERY TASSELS and LOOPS
REFRIGERATORS BABY CARRIAGES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
0
HENRY DIN WOODEY
1238 to 1244 FIRST SOUTH STREET SALT LAKE CITY
j
This Space is Reserved until
Further Notice for J D FAR
MER who will Open with a
New and Complete Stock of
DRY GOODS at the Store
formerly occupied by Auerbach
Bro r
J 1 < i
I
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JOHN TAYLOR SON
Ei o3aA3srT TATJGOZRS
93 Commercial Street 93
S
As we shall SHORTLY REMOVE to a More Commodious
on Main Street we will CLOSE OUT at greatly Reduced Building j
Prices our remaining stock of SUMMER GOODS
to make rom for our Fall Purchases
DAViD JAMES I
LICENCED
PLBiBEil J TINNER
Gaa and Steam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying ta
material by the car load he is
prepared to
LAY WATER PIPE
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Large Stock of
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Ln
Kept in Stock
OYiICJI AND WORKSHOPS
WEST TEMPLE STREET
OppOAite CfiVy Heal Harkei
D DUNNE
t ± c5 d
1
jL ldbloblcblcfolcbJ j
1LUroJACTUIUC op 1
Iron Gates and Fencing Iron Doors and
Shutters for Fireproof Building Iron oj
Fencing for Cemetery Lots Combina
tion Fences of Iron and Wood IKS
Stairs aisd Iron work in general I
FACTORY I
One Block Wait of White Home tad on
Block South Toinuead louse
SALT LaKE CITY
po OPox 471
MARKET PRICE
CIVEN
FOR
DRIED
APRICOTS
APPLES
PEACHES I
AND
I
PLUMS
AT
TEASDELS
Look out for the Wagon
or Leave your Addres at
Store to call at Residence
for them
themS
S P TEASDEL
PILES PILES PILES
A Sure Cure Found at Last No I
One Need Suffer
A sure cure for the Blind Beedinr 1
Itching and Ulcerated Pile has been dis
n j
covered Dr
by Williams an Indian
remedy called Dr Williams Indian
Ointment Aaiogle box
single has cured tins
wort chronic ca e of 25 and 30
standing No one need suffer fire years min
utes aftar Applying this wonderful zooth k
ing medicine
Lotions Instruments and
Electuaries do more harm than gsod
Williams Ointment absorbs the tumors to
allays tho Intense itching particularly at 1
night after getting warm in bed acts as
a poultice gives instant arid painless re
lief and is prepared only for Piles itch
in e of the private parts and nothingcke C
ad what the Hon J M Coffinberry
of Cleveand tajs about J > r Williams
Indian Pile Ointment I have used
scores of Pile cures and it affords ma
pleasure to SAY that I have never found
anything which gave such immedate and
permanent relief as Dr WiIIans Indian I
File Ointment
For sale b all
by Druggits or mailed on
receipt of price 100
Hear j k DayIes Props
auG Cleveland 0
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