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4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY < = NOVElIBER 16 1884
+ THE DAILY HER ALD
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Salt Lake City Utah
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10 1834
TWELVE PAGE
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J ToRE DAILY HERALD is published every
ii morning Mondays excepted at THE
HERALD Block corner West Temple and
3 First South Streets Salt Lake City by THE
COM
I HERALD PRINTING and PUBLISHING
PANY Subscription price 1050 per
1 annum postage included parts of the
j 4 i year at the same rate To weekly sub
f fjcribere collections mad by carriers
K f 25 cents a week
THB SeMIWEEKLY HERALD is published
every Wednesdayand Saturday morning
J at 5350 a year six months L75 postage
= 1 i included
N THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every
Thursday morning at 200 a year six
r months 125 postage included
SUBSCRIBERS wiu comer a favor by for
1 warding information to this office when
il their papers are not duly delivered
Thir will greatly aid us in our efforts to
j determl i where the fault lies
UNGROUNDED FEAR
i 1 SAM LAKE CITY Nov 141884
1 Editors Herald f
> A 3reat many people are fearful that
wits tke change of administration there
u will come a change for the worse to the
poor of the land Free trade it b
claimed will hurt many industries and
ruin a great number and more par
i ticularly the mining interests of the
country Whether they have any
t 1 foundation for their bugaboo ideas or
whether they say so because they only
think so I cant say but if you can tell
t me itand them at the same time any
thing which will dispel these visions of
hard times please let us be told and
fi oblige ONE OK THE PEOPLE
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rMr Blaine went through the country
tsrying to the people that Democratic
R victory meant free trade and free trade
meant the shutting down of the mills
the closing of the mines the prostration
of manufacturing industries that the
closing of the mills and so on meant
suffering and starvation for the laboring
people The voters showed how much
faith they placed in Mr Blames
promises and predictions by giving
ti an overwhelming majority against
him and electing a pronounced
U and well known Democrat as President
Governor Cleveland was elected upon a
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platform approved and endorsed by
him which declared
f > t t Democracy pledges itself to purify I
I the administration from corruption to
i restore economy to revive respect for
i i law and to reduce taxation to the
lowest limit consistent with due regard
to the preservation of the nation to its
creditors and pensioners
I Knowing full well however that legis
j lation affecting the occupations of the
4 fr t people should be cautious and con
1 servative in method not in advance of
U public opinion but responsive to its
f demands the Democratic party is
11t ii pledged to revise the tariff in a spirit of
q fairness to all interests
a l H But in making reduction in taxes it is
auk I not prppofced to injure any domestic
I J industries but rather to promote their
i Eli U healthy growth Prom the foundation
1 m J of this government taxes collected at
rc the custom house have been the chief
i It source of federal revenue Such they
must continue to be Moreover many
industries have come to rely upon legis
lation for successful continuance so
that any change of law must be at every
4 step regardful of the labor and capital
involved The process of reform
must be subject in the executionto this
plain dictate of justice
All taxation shall be limited to the re
i I quirements of economical government
1 t b t t The necessary reduction in taxation
t can and must be effected without de
411i l priving American labor of the ability
i i compete successfully with foreign labor
111 f and without imposing lower rates of
duty than will be ample to cover any 1
m < increased cost of production which may
rj exist in consequence of the higher rate 1
rtil of wages prevailing in this country
I Sufficient revenue to pay all the ex
I penses of the federal government econ
f i omically administered including pen
i ii i sions interest and principal of the pub
r lic debt can be got under our present
j tJ system of taxation from customhouse
t 1 f taxes on fewer imported articles bear
ing heaviest on articles of luxury and
t bearing lightest on articles of necessity
I r We therefore denounce the abuses of
t i existing tariff i and subject to the pre
ii ceding limitations we demand that fed
eral taxation shall be exclusively for
public purposes and shall not exceed
the needs of the government economi
cally administered
II t l Here the Democracy said what it
meant and meant what it said There
t is no reading between the lines The
tariff system will be reformed but the
t 1 t tariff will not be abolished j it will be
Tensed ina spirit of fairness to all in
terests It is not proposed to injure
domestic industries but rather to pro
mote their healthy growth Whatever
change is made in the tariff laws will be
1 in harmony with this fact and purpose
s The tariff legislation of the Republican
party has not been in the interest of the
workingman but for the benefit of the
employer i its operation has been such
tt as to build up and protect oppres
sive monopolies who having the gov
ernment between them and competition
i grind their workmen down to the
last penny and extort from the
Consumers rich and poor the
r nigh salaried man and the toiler
i for day wages the highest prwiepossible
t for their protected products The pro
tection thrown about American indus
tries simply protect the proprietor
4 and enables him to xhatge the laborer
ri two dollars for what costs but one j it
f1 t i f operates make the rich richer and to
f Ii
IiIf keep the poor poor The Democracy
t I 1 has promised to reform this and in line
j t with that promise will not oppress in
1t dustries but it will enable the working
s E man to share the profits that
i i map are now
I d J t tl Coobled by protected r monopolies
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I c t The following paragraph is going the
L rounds of the newspaperajas if it or
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5aIiicth go jmporwji > a1 fall the
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people should be told of it It had its
origin in the News of Portland Oregon
a newspaper which comes about as near
to being authority upon Democracy and
i the Mormons as our morning co
temporary or in other words no I
authority at all Utah is almost I
solid for Cleveland If elected he
will undoubtedly keep the pledge
of the Democratic party to the
Mormons to admit it as a State and
shoulder polygamy upon the nation
Whoever heard of any pledge of the < <
Democratic party to the Mormons to
admit Utah as a State When was the
pledge given and to whom and by
whom What was the agreement by
which polygamy was to be shouldered
upon the nation How was the should
ering to be performed What does
Governor Cleveland know about
the bargain We might go on and ask
questions of this character from now
till doomsday and neither the Portland
News nor any other paper could answer
one of them for the simple
reason that there is absolutely nothing
in the story that any bargain has been
entered into between the Democratic
party and Mormons We doubt that
any Mormon has bad any communica
tion with any member of the Demo
cratic National Committee or with Mr
Cleveland since the Chicago Conven
tion and are positive that if there has
been any such communication it has in
no way related to politics to policies or
to Utah in connection with the matter
of admission to the Union
If Republican editors didnt have
something to lie about they would be at
a loss to fill their columns i if they
couldnt attack the Democrats and the
Mormons how dreary their papers
would be
UNGENEROUS AND UNJUST
Well nominate no Jim Blaine next
time is the threat from which the Re
publicans are trying to derive comfort
and hope Somebody must be blamed
for every failure that occurs and in this
instance it is only natural that fault
should be found with Mr Blaine As a
matter of fact he is only one of those
upon whom the responsibility for the
defeat rests If we were to apportion
the responsibilty it would fall upon Re
i publicans generally in proportion as
each bas had a hand in shaping the
policy of the party and in directing its
operations It is true that on the 4th
instant the people repudiated James G
Blaine but they none the less declared
against Republicanismagainst Repub
lican methods and practices Blaine
figured only as a unit and
the war was made upon H
horde the struggle was against
principles more than men As regards
Blaine personally he was unquetion
ably the strongest man in the party
His nomination demonstrated this and
his campaign confirmed it There is no
denying the fact thatheis a magnetic
man however much the term may be
played upon He wins men carrying l
them against their own judgment
There is no other man in the Republi
can party who could have made the
campaign that Blaine did there is no
other man who could have electrified
the people as he electrified them or
who could have rallied them around a
banner of which they had for years
been growing sick and tired It was
undignified and vulgar for the Presi
dential candidate to make a personal
canvassand appeal directly to the people
for their support but without that
personal canvass Mr Blaine would have
been snowed under He may be crit
icised and condemned for going about
fhe oimtry as a circus in spangles and
tinsel but that hippodroming attracted
the voters as nothing else would have
done Democrats know and intelligent
Republicans admit that if Blaine had
not gone into Ohio and called the
people around him the Buckeye State
would have given a Democratic major
ity in October His visit to West Vir
ginia came near < dePriving the Dem
ocrats of that State and if he had kept
outof New York the plurality against
him there would have been ten
times what it is It is non
sense besides being cruelly un
kind to talk about the Republicans
having to carry the load of Blaine
for Blatn carried the Republican party
and carried it farther and better than
any other man in the party could have
done It is true that he was weighted
< down by a bad record but his draw
ing and managing powers were so
much better than those of pretty nearly
any other man in the party that he
was able to move under the burden and
still help the cause along The defeat
was of Republicanism more than of
Blame for Blaine ran ahead of his
ticket in the language of elections If
Republicans were just not generous
they would admit the truth of this and
give their standardbearer credit for
making the funeral of his party at least
respectable in the matter of attendance
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DEMOCRATIC JOLLIFICATIONS that come
now are cold and spiritless The Demo
crats who wouldnt jubalete ten days
ago when joy and jollification filled the
very atmosphere are Doubting
Thomases and Doubting Thomases are
too timid and tender to be good Demo
crats There is a time for everything
and the time forjollification was when
people felt like it t
BuchuPaiba
Quick complete cure all Kidney
Bladder and Urinary Diseases Scalding
IrritationiStonej Gravel = Catarrh of the
1add rL Dluggists I
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THAT SWEETCAKE ofIdaho Governor
Bunn was pretty anxious during the
election and continued to grow more
and more so as he read the Associated
Press telegrams Finally on the 9th he
could endure the awful suspense no
longer and from the wilds of his col
ony sent the following dispatch to that
independent reliable paper the Phila
delphia Time
BOISE CITY Idaho Nov 9th
The Times Philadelphia Please give
meyour candid opinion of situation not
that I am anxious but I fear for the
Territory WM M BU > N
To which the following reply was
wired
TIMES OFFICE
Philadelphia Nov 9
His Excellency Governor J3unn Boise
City Idaho Cleveland has New York
by over 1200 Indiana by 6000 Jersey
by 4100 Connecticut by 1200 and the
South Blaine and Johnny Davenport
are kicking like steers but its no use
Sorry for the Territory THE TIMES
There was a good deal of information
in the answer but there wasnt much
comfort for one who must pack his
gripsack next March and hie him to
pastures new
ONE REASON why the people of Utah
rejoice over the election of Cleveland
is that the Federal judges will be in the
procession that will depart from the
Territory next March It is snarlingly
said by some that we may have a worse
lot but that is impossible worse are
made
SUNDAY SERVICES
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTERDAY
SAINTS Salt Lake Stake of Zion Angus
M Cannon president Joseph E Tay
lor and Charles W Penrose counsellors
Services in the Tabernacle at 2 p m
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Usual
services at the usual hour and place
Preaching by Rev D L Leonard act
ing pastor upon this theme The
Apostle among the philosophers or a
notable field day for the gospel Seats
free and a welcome to allbunday school
at 1215 and prayer meeting at iSO Wed
nesday evening
METHODIST CHURCH Preaching by
the Pastor J C Iliff at 11 a m and
730 p m Sunday School at 230 p m
Young peopled meeting at 640 p m
Evening subject Responsibility for
the evils of the Liquor Traffic and
Does it Pay to License the Iniquity
PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL Rev J
H Kyle pastor Preaching at 11 a m
Sabbath school at 215 pm Prayer
meeting on Wednesday eveningat 730
to which all of you are invited Stran
gers especially welcome
BAPTIST CHURCH Services at 11 a m
and 730 p m Young peoples meeting
at 830 p m Evening subject Brought
Back or the Wanderers Return All
are invited Seats free
PRESBYTERIAN CHUECH Preaching at
11 a in and 730 p m by the pastor It
G McNiece Evening subject Com
ing to Ones Self Sabbath school at
1220 Young peoples meeting at G4o
Gospel meeting at Camp Chapel on
Fourth West Street at 7 conducted by
Rev H A Newell Seats free at all the
service and strangers welcome
TemperanceWorkers Attention
The Blue Ribbon Temperance Asso
ciation will hold their regular meeting
in the Lecture room of the Methodist
Church on Monday evening at 7 30
Petition to the City Council will be on
the table for signature
F GARDINER Secretary
NEW TODAY
GRAND MUSICAL EVENT
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OYSTER SUPPEB
AT THE
Walker Opera House
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TUESDAY EVENING NOV 18th 1884
Beginning at 720 oclock
Tickets including Supper 50 cents Re
eeryed Seats 25 cents extra
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i The following programme has been kindly
donated bythe Fort Douglas Bawd > and fol
lowing mUt seal Artists of Salt Lake City
Musical Selections FORT DOUGLAS BAND
Duetvocal Greeting Mendelssohn
Mr E McCmsKEY and Dr L HALL
PiannRnln a Polish Dance Sharucenli
Piano Solo
J 68epenau > XoskowsU
Mr H S KROUSE
Ron Serenade Abt
song b LorelliSchilbert
DrL HALL
Song Mr E MCCLUSKY
Song J Mrs GKO CARELESS
Grand Promenade Concert during the
event of supper being served
v FORT DOUGLAS BAKD
ACQOXPAXIST Mr H S XXO USE s
The piano used on this occasion J is kindly
furnished by the SALT LAKE HERALD from
their distribution of gifts This will aflortl
an excellent opportunity for the public to
judge the merits of tnisjsuperior instrument
Reserved seats to be had at Parsgns BooK
Store next door Post office and north end I
of Godbe Pitts i Cos Drug Store On sale
on and after Monday morning November
17th day at 9am Corrected programme Tues I
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VETERINARY SCHOOL
Dr C W Nrain DVS 1
Has Opened School meeting twice per week
to instruct the youth of Utah in Veterinary
Practice embracing Anatomy Physiology
Dentistry Operations Medicine etc Gentle
men will do well to give their sons this priv
ilege Terms moderate Apply early to DR
C W NUNN DV8 Veterinary Pharmacy
71 W Kimball Block Salt Lake City Utah
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AMUSEMENTS
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Salt Lake Theatre
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
AND WEDNESDAY MATINEE
Nov 17th 18th and 19th
RETURN OF THE
CARLETON OPERA CO
Under the personal management and super
vision of
W T CARLETON
The eminent English Baritone assisted b
an Unequaled Corps of Artists and
his SUPERB CHORUS
After an unprecedentedly successful four
weeks season in San Francisco which elic
ited the following unqualified expressions of
approval from the press of that city
As compact complete and clever a com
pany as ever visited CaliforniaS F
Chronicle
The company is the best we have had
S F Call
Its performance last night was a genuine
triumph Alia
The best comic operatic company that
has ever been heard here Examiner
All the Favorites will Positively Reappear
MONDAY Nov 17 THE MASCOT
TUESDAY Nov 18 THE MERRY WAR
WEDNESDAY Nov 19
THE DRUM MAJORS DAUGHTER
WEDNESDAY MATINEE FRA DIAVOLO
EII Popular prices will prevail Box
Sheet now open
I Salt Lake Theatre
ENGAGEMENT FOR
Three Nights Only 2
AND
Satrurday 3JCalInec
Commencing TIU JJ DAY NOV 20th
Of the Popular Artists
JOSEPH R GRISMEK
AND
PHOEBE DAVIES
Supported BY A POWERFUL COMPANY
when will be presented
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20
The reigning sensation of the day
MONTE CRISTO
FRIDAY November 21st
The California Idyl
o H i SPA i a
SATURDAY NOT 22d
The most startling of MeloDramas
MICHAEL STROGOFFI
GRAND SATURDAY MATINEE
NOTE These plays will be presented
with New and Elaborate Scenery Elegant
Costumes and Novel Mechanical Effects
PRICES AS USUAL Box Office open
Tuesday November 18th at 10 am No
extra charge for Reserved Seats Secure
your seats in advance and avoid the rush at
the door nlC
O F DUE S
GRAND
Chrysanthemum Show
RYMAN BLOCK West of Opera House
COMMENCES
Wednesday f 12th November
AND FOLLOWING DAYS
From 10 a m to 10 p m
J
1100 PLANTS 300 VARIETIES
Admission 25c Children lOc
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NEW STORE
Messrs Dunkley Co
IL VE OPENED A
GROCERY PROVISION STORE
Under the Management of
G w DaVis
MR DAVIS long experience as Grocei
will enable him to select only the Finest
Goods in the Market for which he has
gained a great reputation in the past He will
be pleased to see all his Old Patrons and
many New Ones
OUR GOODS ARE ALL NEW AFRESH
OHOIOE TEAS AND OOP PEES
A SPECIALTY
NEW FRUITS JUST ARRIVED
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BJINKXEY Co
G W DAVIS Agent
III T Remember the place Opposite
Clark Eldredge k Co Main Street just
North of Little S Roundy
Telephone No 373 no5
THE WASATCH
PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Best Grades of Roller Pro
cess Flour
BRANDS HIGH PATENT dt STRAIGHT
Grade all warranted as good as any
madeinUtalM
mp The Highest Cash Price paid for
Good Wheat
Telephone to the Mills No 105 Office
Idaho Bfckery No 20 Second South Street E
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Prices Best Stock Complete Dol
mans Newmarkets Coats Constantly
New Arrivals
Boots Double Sole for Men and Boys
TIns Seasons Stock at Prices Less
Than Ever
Our Rapid Sales of Mens and Boys
Clothing never was equaled More
Arriving1
Our Grocery Stock fresh and new
Call and examine
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ONE DOLLAR CASH
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PRICE CLIVES
5 Packages 100 6 Packages Smoking Tobacco 1 ito
5 Packages Arbuckles Coffee 100 20 Packages Cigarettes 1 00
Packages Old Government Java 3 Bottles Worcestershire Sauce 1 00
ground 1 00 7 Cans Tomatoes 1 00
10 Pounds Sugar 100 3 Cans Mixed Fruit 1 00
12 Packages of Tea Dust 1 00 Chickens 100
3 Pounds Mocha and Java Coffee 100 6 Wild Ducks 100
5 Pounds Green Rio 1 00 5 Pounds Turkey 100
10 Pounds Rice 1 00 10 Teal Ducks 1 00
Pounds Currants 100 Grouse 100
14 Bars Utah Soap 100 8 Jack Snipes ioa
13 Bars Kirks Soap 1 00 6 Quarts Cranberries 1 00
12 Bars American Family Soap 1 00 1 Bushel Apples 100
14 Bars Eutoca Soap 100 5z Pounds Ham 1 00
10 Boxes Lye 100 Pounds Mountain Trout 100
2 Pounds Any Kind of Yeast Powder 1 00 20 Pounds Chubs 100
hi pound Cans Salmon 1 00 25 Pounds Mullet 100
3 2l2c pound Cans Salmon 1 00 1 Gallon Syrup 100
3 Brooms 1 00 1 Gallon Molasses 100
10 Pounds Pearl Barley 1 00 10 Pounds Honey ID
10 Pounds Tapioca 1 00 15 Pounds Sal Soda 1 i yv <
10 Pounds Sago 1 00 2 Gallons Vinegar H 100
50 Pounds XXXX Four 100 15 Pounds Dried Navy Beans n 160
9 Packages Starch 1 QO 15 Pounds Butter Bein 108
5 Pounds Nuts 100 12Jounds Lima Beans 100
5 Cans Lobsters 1 00 4 Cans Boston Baked Beans 100
10 Pounds Oyster Crackers 100 2 Pounds Bakers Chocolate 1 oo
6 Pounds Mixed Crackers 1 00 3 Pounds Best Butter 100
2J4 Bushels Potatoes 1 00 5 Pound Cooking Butter 100
Bushels Turnips 100 75 Pounds Wheat 1 00
3 Bushels Carrots 1 00 20 Pounds Sweet Potatoes 1 00
if > > Pounds Dry Onions 100 150 Pounds FiRe Salt 100
no Pounds Cabbage 1 00
2 Pounds Horseshoe Tobacco 1 00 20 Pounds Lard 2 2
2 Pounds Star Tobacco 100 100 Pounds XXX Flour 1 7 1
THE VILL L IN
Still pursued her With hatchet poised in air over the frail limb whereon the maiden
trembled he screamed ahu AHA AHA 1 have tbee nOvowow But he wan offbis base
for at that moment simut ineously a man who had just finished decorating tne yawn
Ing abyss with the legend Valley Tan Cough Remedies knocks a Cough cold quicker
than any preparation in the market Sold byZ C M I Drug Dept Price 50 cents Try
n Bottle for which he got four dollars was seen upon the scene With 11 smile 8xl0
hc flung the remaining paint into the eyes of the base violin drew from hr pocket a
stepladder and caught on to that maiden in less time than you could say that Valley
Tan Liniment cures Rheumatism and all aches and pains
THOS W JENNINGS I
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HAS COMMENCED TO f
CLOSE 0 U T
HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF
CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES IIATS AND
CAPS GENTS FlJRNISHING
GOODS ETC AT
REDUCED PRICES I w f
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Odd Sizes in Ladies Misses and OMldrens Shoes i
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REGARDLESS OF COST l e
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A L WILLIAMS
AGENT FOR
Pleasant Galley Coal
OFFICE
145 S MAIN ST next to Barratt Bros Furniture Store
y ARD Temporary j s
Just North of New Utah Central Railway Depot
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