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Baritone Carleton
j i GBISMBR BEVIES COMPANY
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carl tons Xetter Golden as a Punster
Critic
t aiicliiel Strogott Nobles
Considered Etc Etc
J ally
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Garleton and his admirable company
tomorrow
San Francisco
4 arrive from
morning and make their bow ions
I again in the evening in that charming
f work the Mascotte How well this has
be surmised
Francisco may
taken in San
i mised from the following letter written I
to gentleman 1
by the eminent baritone a
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1 of this city I
J citySAX FBANCISOO Nov 91884
shall be
Dear In a week we
3fy have the
with you again and 1 hope to
Our success
of meeting you
i pleasure
I here has been beyond all expectation
and in spite of the election excitement
had splendid season The
1 have a
i we
drew
1 packed house which my benefit
was Iconsidera very great compliment
night the political excite
for Friday
1 on
jJ ment had reached to a frenzy and
the streets were a howling mass of ex
cited humanity so I could well feel
of the compliment
proud and I
is great success
Our Macotte > a
In
ideal performance
promise you an
J haste Sincerely yours
W T CARLETON
I
Tlie cast with which the Mascotte will
presented is as follows Pippo Mr
Carleton Bettina Miss Wiley Lorenzo
HerrAdolphi Rocco Mr Golden the
Princess Rose Beaudet Tuesday The
4 Merry War will be given Wednesday
afternoon Fra Divolo and Wednesday
1 night La Fille du Tambour Major
I Amusement lovers are reveling in anti
4 cipation of hearing this charming work
asjain and of welcoming Jessie Bartlett
l Da ris in her inimitable boys character
the following anecdote of Carletons
1 benefit in San Francisco is found in the
1 t Call Mr Carletons benefit on Friday
incident
night was marked bv a pleasant
i t dent and one that the large audience
t present thoroughly enjoyed The bene 1
ficiary never lookedin better trim nor
I I l boreJaunself more airily andgracefully
1 in the rich and wellfitting costumes that
the later episodes of his character of
j Pippo require Theifirst act had fin
1 i ished in splendid style and when the
i
curtain rose on a recall Mr Golden the
1 comedian astonished Mr Carleton by
i i calling his name The audience became
silent and having thus secured atten
t i t tion tile comedian proceeded address
the surprised beneficiary in a neatly ar
ti J ranged to the effect that the mem
j bers of his company had noticedhe had
I worn during the seasonan indifferent
m looking watchcharm and although he
t Carleton might consider a talisman
trii to secure public favor the company bad
f concluded it was time to change the
tt 1 l trinket for something better and they
1I t proposed to do it then and there The
ai scheme tiie speaker admitted was a
t i Wiley one Hatched with Wisdom and
1 he seized the night of the benefit as a
1 Golden opportunity to consummate it
f t I The gay comedian then with nods
ri anti becks and wreathed cuiles and
iip i amid the heartV aj laiie of the audi
rl ence presented iippo in the name of the
ii Carleton English Opera Company with
a beautiful diamond locket inapprecia
q tionof his talent asa singer and his
t worth as a manager and a man Carle
tl a oil was evidently embarrassed by this
unexpectedepisode in the performance
but after some hesitation received the
memento pulled himself together and
i made a filing response to Goldens
i t presentation speech Heihoped they
4 would remain together for many sea
U1 sons yet and that the auspicious com
mencemeulj in the west wouldpresage
j similar successes east ofthe mountains
H together vh many other niceTthings
jj usual on such occasions forsvhieh the
Et audience dbeered him as they xrould
f have done a successful political candidate
didate
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Tiii Weeks Dxauuts
fj Monte Cristo and Michael Strogoff
l ii two plays thst stand among the very
4 1 J highest of recent spectacular produc
J lh1 i tions are the principal pieces in the
t 1 GrismerDavies repertoire Monte
Cristo will form the bill on Thursday
i night and Strogoff on Friday A new
piece will probably be brought out at
g the Saturday matinee and the famous
I western drama popularized throughout
the country byMarionElr GChispa
t Et concludes the engagement Saturday
Without others
night desparaging auy
It of the repertoire there is no doubt that
f f i Michael btrogoff be tLe play around
which public interest will mostly rally
i F I Nearly everyone who has followed Jules
i Vernes remerkable heroes 14 familiar
I i with the adventures and exnloits of the
Courier Of the Czar as told an I the
N novel and the manner in whidLi they
have been woven into the plav is said toi
bens less striking Stockwell the first
and foremost of Marks in Uncle
j Toms Cabin is comedian of the com
pany and will be one of the faxnoos
I newspaper correspondents in Strogoff
1 Phcobe Davis plays the orphan girL
Milton Noble
Thteserratic but not unpleasant actor
this iingenious but not original drr
matist takes his departure today after
iI having for the half dozenth time given
nsan evidence that the Phcenix never
I dies After having seen Milton Nobles
in all four ofhis effusions the wonder
strikes one what he would do if he
were suddenly transplanted into some
character which he could not talk with
lightnii g nasality rub the back of his
< head and slight the consonants of the
Queens Engfish We fancy in a play
written by anyone else he would be
totally lost There is an gotism in some
1 r j ot No TesT meQiods that is not partic
r5 r ularly pleasing to the critical observer
1 The dragging of The villain still pur
f c sued her into Interviews is an evi
t 1 dence of bad taste Like Dickens intro
ductipn of PickwiokJOfintoJfcfaster Hum
t pheys Clock the esnscitation is1 by no
1 I means pleasingT Tfiere svasseen Vpon
S k the bills on iHeu nigSt bOn Pho mx
d t < Moses SolorSSns1 the Jeukfyal JtKlton
drewMr Fethnan where was the
p need of this Hllf Se ip italics Love
II ihd Law Nldsne playwfll4rol
ably have a eIitirelv
cause of thegreatJ4engtb pf tneIi
C guise scene in thela act An eistern
t critic has commented somewhat severe
a ly upon > that phase ot the drama which
jnakesConti and Bitta two Italians
C talk to pach s otfter yip alpije tpgefher
s
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16 1884
LAKE HERALD
THE SALT = =
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English This isLa little
in broken
however Barnums
Kalian hypercritical villain will belongpremembered
nd him
S companjgarqund
Nobles haS a co1
such
excellence is very unusual
whose t 7Y
him of
ulavsaiid l fqnthat wcan fprgive
many ol his shortcomings
The Stage
David Belasco has left the Madison
Square and joined the Lyceum 1
Mrs D P Bowers has made another
hit in La Charbouierre
roundly scored in
Nat Goodwin was
tart com
out a
Omaha for bringing
pany
her season in
Mrs Langtry opens
London as Pauline in the Lady ol
Lyons
One of the ladies in the Grismer
Davies company is the wife of Heenan
the once renowned prize fighter
The Theatre orchestra the other night
essayed Schumanns Traumerei but
cut short by the
were unfortunately
curtain bell
Dora Wiley and Jessie BartlettDavis
in
compauy are
of Carletons Opera
The
the throes of professional jealousy
leave the company I
latter will probably 1
Exchange I
Harry Taylor and his company
return
start south tomorrow on his
Mr Taylor will probably go to Montana
in Maguires new
to accept a position
stock company
The new opera house in Butte is near
ing completion Its seating capacity
to New
will be 1000 Maguire has gone
to
York to arrange for a stock company
play his circuit We may as well notify
will not do
iiim that Mrs F M Bates
for leading lady in Salt Lake
The Private Secretary has been as
great a success in San Francisco as its
predecessor Called Back An exchange
contains p this somewhat surprising
notice in speaking of the cast Annie
Adams is one of the best actresses of the
stage in the line of eccentric old women
in
Hud she found her opportunity
Miss Ashford
When the EllslerWestonLee com
bination went to California they carried
in their repertoire the Madison Square
version of Called Back which did not
successful Frank Weston
prove has arranged very to abandon that book and
take J H Glennys version A com
is now being organized Lewis
Morrison pany will be a member Mirror A
part of this is strikingly untrue Called
the
Back in California was one of
reatest successes the Baldwin has ever
known
There is a strong fight between the
theatres and the New York Herald
owing to the orders which Mr Bennett
has out to the effect that no play
shall given be noticed a second time in his
columns for instance when piece is
Originally produced in New York the
not to
Herald is to give a criticism
exceed a quarter of a column in length
the
removed from
If after being
metropolitan stage it is sent out in the
revival
country and comes back for a
there its presence is to be in no way
acknowledged by the Herald This
determination has aroused a great deal
of indignation especially among combi
of
nation managers and the ccnductors
combination theatres and there is
likely to be a direct trial of strength
between the newspaper and the person
ages mentioned
Need Not Lack Law
151884
SILT LAKE CITY November 15
Editors Herald
A northern journal was recently con
gratulating the people of this Territory 1
hi that they hafi three bodies to make J I
laws for them Btat was not that journal
much within the mark in limiting the 1
number to three It seems to me that
there are several more willing enough
to make laws for sis ordinary people to
buckle up to Let us enumerate six in
this say r ITTHJ u fcw
I 1 That handsome governor
2 Some federal judges
3 The Utah Commissioners
4 iPat Lannan and his lamb the
modest and virtums Trifc
5 Congress
6 Our Legislative Assembly
JC might extend the list but the fore
going may do for the present
So IT GOES
p S
AaiImportajifc Question
SALT LAKE CITY Nov loth 1884
Editors Herald
Our handsome Governor poor Eli as
a matter of course will have to go up
Salt River after next Starch if not be
fore When he is going up and his
salary is missing how will the poor
IelJow get his beer 1 To rob a poor man
of his beer has always been looked at I
as a high crime But that is just the
very thing that this awful Democratic
tidal wave promises to do for many a
quaking Republican f o h Dont I
pity them UBET
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
DEPARTMENT
Drviion of Telegram and Reports for the
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture
SALT LAKE CITY November 1518S4
AM AM ra 1t1
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I Barometer 3Oi 0032 3osJ JO22
Tnermometeiu J 41 53O 4U6
I L umidity4 i 60 50 34 57
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bIl1esper1ouf O 4 2 4
I State of Weather Clear Fair IC1dy Clear
Max Ther 532 Min Ther 334
True Local Time
JtCBAIG Sgt Sly Corps U S A
Rough on CorDs
Ask for Wells Rough on Corns
IjSe Quick Complete cure Hard or soft
bunions
corns warts
ii i i
Bleating Emergency
Best XXXX Flour at 200 per hun
dred at
G F CULMER BROS
YouAre Interested yourself
We are prepared to sell to families at
the Occidental Pure California and
Imported Wines at Reduced Prices
The best of Liquors and Cigars always
onliana You will become convinced
by a trial
AUER MURPHY
Proprietors
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SHILOHS GTJREwill immediatelv
relieveCroup I Whooping Cough ana
Bronchitis For sale at AC Smith
Co sPmg Store 7 14
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1884 FRUIT CROP 1884
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Highest Market Price paid for all kinds of
Dried Fruit
CITY PATRONS
Leave Address and oir Delivery Wagons
will call
Shipments from the Country
By Rail received at the Depot Our own
wagons visit daily for the benefit ot
shippers
S P TEASTEL
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Try our
G F 33 TEA
Shipped direct for our use from the othe
side of the Pacific pond
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THE BEST FOR PICKLING
THE CELEBRATED
WM HUME SALMON
The Best in the Market
FLOUR TEED and BALED HAY
Tobacco and Cigars
FINE SALT in 50 Pound Sacks
Choice BUTTER
Etc Etc Etc
G F BROOKS
50 First South Street west
TELEPHONE um DELIVERY
Sale of Mining Stock
rTHEREAS OSCAR J AVERELL BY
WHEREAS contract with t ie under
signed dated October 10th 1883 did place in
the hands of T R Jones Certificate iNo 1568
for 1000 shares and Certificate No 1569 for
1000 shares of the capital stosa of the Belle
18 Idaho Mining Compay b ecurity for
the payment of a certain n tP dated October
I 5th 1883 for 3000 given by said Averell to
the undersigned payable f order of the un
dersigned six months after said 5th day of
October v5thinterest fror date at the rate
of 10 per cent per annum the stock to re
main with said Jones until said note fell
due and il the note should not be paid when
due said undersigned should advertise and
sell said stock and with the proceeds pay
said note first giving said Averell thirty
days notice In writing
And whereas said undersigned did on
the 26thdRv of September lb8 > notify said
Averell in writing that if said nee remained
unpaid ior thirty days thereacs said under
signed would proceed to ai ertise and sell
said stock at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash at the front door of T R
Jones Cos Bank in Salt Lake City Utah
Now therefore in consideration that said
note is due and unpaid and of the pre
mises notice is hereby given that the under
signed will en the 7th day of November
1884 at 11 clock a m sell at public auction
said shares of stock or so much thereof as
rill be necessary to pay said note to the
highest bidder for cash at the front door of
T R Jones Cos Bank in Salt Lake City
Utah
MATTHEW CULLEN
Dated October 2Sth 1884
NOTICE
mo ALL YHOiT IT MAY CONCERN i
TO Notico is hereby given that the above
and for going sale is postponed and ad
journed to and will take place on the 19th
day of November 1884 at 11 oclock a mj at
he same place and upon the same terms
mentioned in the original and foregoing
notice MATTHEW CULLEN
Dated November 7th 1884 n7
Win BREOEMEYER Or Ph
Mining Consulting
iy4 NcINEER
HOOPER ELDREDGE BLOCK
Room No 11 Third Floor
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and Idaho Notary Public Geological Ex
aminations Reports on Mining Properties
Surveys Mines Railroads ahd Canals and
superintends the workings of the same Pre
pires estimates and plansfor opening and
wording mines expett on mining question
before the courts Address POiJox 1157
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Plush Hair and CarpetSingle Li Double
A Large Assortment of
FOLDING CHAIRS
Will be Sold Cheap
Sorenson Carlqiiist
Sandberg Burton Cardner
HAVE OPENED THEIR
FURNITURE STORE
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OLD OONSTITUTION BUILDING
Opposite Z C M I with a Most Com
plete Stock of
Imported and HomeMade
FURNITURE I
We also MANUFACTURE all kinds of
SPRING BEDS
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MATTRESSES
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY
MATTHEW CULLEN JACOB MORITZ
SALT LAKE CITY
Brewery
TO OUR PATRONS
We are now selling our
FAVORITE BEER
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175 and 350 EACH
To THE FAMILY TRADE
Orders will be promptly attended to and
deliyery made to any part of t filly
MORITZ OULLEN tP op
T LAKE FOUNDRjf
AND
Machine Oompany
Office and Works One Block South of Utah I
Central Railway Depot
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Steam EngiiresirouBoilers Mining and
Hoisting Machinery Saw Mills Shafting
Hangers Pulleys etc
Boiler and Tank Work of all kinds Made to
Order Casttnesdn Iron Copper I
and Brass
Wrought and east Irpn Work for Builder
Iron routs Columns Lintels Sill Plates
Gntinv etc etc
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Eujbjber Hoofing
T3UBBER ROOFING PUT ON BY THE
RUBBER or sold by the Square also all
kinds of METAL RQOFTN repaired and
painted with
SLATE ROOFING PAINT
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