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SAErr t RAL f U I NlVJ fNbvBlVir RER 16 A188 ILi tJ i i
THE ALT LA tTiE IERALD M h 11
= AN APl AL i uI L All1
fhe Call for the Bartlioldi
Statue Fund
t
THE SONS OF < FHE KEVOLTJTIOS
<
the Girt of Fiance iK RVcefv
1 toW by the le > ple of Ameilca
UhSCI i be
The following appeal hfisMeen ro
HaH b Mayor Sharp
eiVed at the City by lyr
reive circular
another r
yin > it wns
lInllattlylIlg
addressed C to the iiMyor of all Aniericiii
sdtlre itie asking forlfroui each to aid in
worthy project neeille to say that
Salt he Lake made a prompt and favorable
return to the call
tarty YORK beptQiuber 2Qth 184
Lp
of the Revolution a S oliety
The S > u
compoed of descendants of tl e me
in the war for A eiiru
who took p 1
independence d emi ig it a h i ri te
tin mbuiue way uieaiu
that they
them elves with the work of raising
fund for the completion of the pedestal
of the Statue dedi uted to that Liberty
for which their fathers fought have
through their Board of Managers ap
pointed the undersigned a Special Com
mittee to cooperate with the American
Committee of the Statue of Liberty
The people of France have acted most
Contributions have been
generously
made from all classes and from all parts
of the country the Statue is completed
will shortly be ready for transpor
and
to America But on the other
hand tation although the pratriotic object
ooght to be obtained would seem to
UU5UV been made familar to every
have and
American through the daily prints
otherwise yet popular interest and
national pride in the accomplishment
the American part of the work the
of the
of a proper pedestal for
providing
reception of the Statue have not thus
far been aroused to the extent desirable
such apathy
and necessary In fact
and indifference has been shown that
the American Committee informs u >
that the amount of money at this dnio
remain ngm the r reaury is so redi ctd
buihiiiin
daily
that with the necessary
expenditures of about three hundred
dollars < lU W 30000 the fund will last but
eighteen working days longer though
the additional amount of money needed
to complete the pedestal is one hundred
125
thousand dollars
and twentyfive
00000 If through luck of ne ° essary
funds the worK shall be brought to a
standstill the disgrace oild be
nation 1 and particularly galling to
very American possessed the least
of patriotism
feeling
The American Committee has found
difficulties in the
of the greatest
one has
that the public generally
fact
Deemed to feel that the work was in the
of
hands of a few rich men of the city
Hew York who would contriute the
d It is greatly to he
amount required
this impression should he
desired that 1JllS still > > >
removed for if ever there was a work
which ought to be accomplished by
subscription of the nation and the people
it is this one The Statue is a gift
of ple the people of France to the pencil of
America While large sub ription
are always desirable it would be fai
more to the credit of this great nation
should
child
if man woman av
every This
have a block in the pedestal
Committee does not believe that the
American people are indifferent to this I
not yet I
reat work but that they are
great
sufficient awakened to the sense of its
importance It therefore calls npon
for their aid It will take
the people
the p cent
Hut 1250000 subscriptions of ten
each 125000 of a dol ar or 12500 of ten
dollars to complete the work Never in
the history of this country have the
people failed to respond to the call of
and this Committee knows
patriotism that this appeal will not be made in
a
Tain Among various plans for the further
has
of the work the Committee
ance
arranged that the steamboat Florence
shall shortly run regularly between
New York and Bedloes Island the
full profit derived from the same to go
Fund The cost of a
the Statue
to e
tickettthere and back will be twentyfive
cents From this date each contributor
the fund will receive as many
tor to
tickets as equal in value the amount of
his donation which tickets he is re
quested to personally distribute among I
his friends
The Committee further requests that
steam vessel nearing the site of
the every Statue shall salute the same by giv
ing three whistles that thereby every
within hearing distance whether
person
sore may be reminded
or on
a passenger
minded of the significance of this grand
monument and that the enthusiasm of
our people may bt aroused to provide a
with the
therefor
fitting resting p ice
least possible delay
of the
This Committct ity the conresy
American Con ait roe will for the
present areth office of the latter at
4 Liberty street Room 32 New York
55
contributions should be
City where
Jieat 7
7WlLLIAK
WILLIAM O MCDOWELL
Chaitman
Gso W W HOUGHTON
l Treasurer
AUSTIN HUNTIXGTON
Secretary
t the Sons of the Revolution
Committee of
1 i
The Canal Bank
15 18M
SALT LAKE City November
Editors Herald
In regard to the proposed use of the
bank of the Jordan and Salt Lake canal
the idea of renting it is good But it
desirable to
tirae deemeddesixable
may be Sometime
car
make that route into a pleasant
riage drive and in that case how would
the railroad get along It is worth
while tOvConsider the subject well and
Tariously before coming to a binding
decision upon it
And long lasting ClTIZBX
j
> WHESLna PATENT wood filler for sale
at SEARS et LIDLLES
Shi
Fon lame back side or chest use
iohs Porous Plaster Price 25 cents
Sold at A C Smith Cos DrugStore
5
Store TEE finest assortment of Chenille
Passementeries at T
i 1 S > j A AUESBACHS
at
hicgus SLAT1H for blackboordjj
et 11 > SiiJ 3 J tIDDL 8
J K CHAUACTEE
rhe Traits Which Distinguish Men
and Women of Character
What does this word in its broadest
A who has a mind
tense mewl i person
uf Jiis owns and does not ask his neigh
bor to make it up for him is said to be
i man of character According to this
lefiuition then there are few charac
ters in this world The masses seem
Lobe composed of an indefinite and un
Jecided element which is ever looking I
o others for an opinion
In the development of character and
Individual res ponibility lies a nation
prosperity and brought down to the
Stnte territory mid city thio same
element is the needed ingredient too
lInt only to the prosperity of each oi
these but to their actual stab hits It
had to be a man pf decided character
to uiuiiter tLi niouniaii widei I
and with Ins own will
neis
concentration of action until
torce
a colon was established in the heart
of the Rocky Mountains and now a
fertile valley h IS replaced barrenness
the sterile soil has yielded to this master
mind i his man is Brigham Young
for he still lives No man can die who
or
monuments and the
erected living
11 <
Territory of Utah is o Ie cohossal monu
m nt to the memory of Brigham Young
stands
As a colonizer and a pioneer he stands
Then
unrivaled in this nations history
credit where we can and only
give blame when we must Setting aside all
other considerations this nation and
the nation of Great Britain owe to
Brigham Young a debt of gratitude
so
But for this man this Territory
rich in its harvests might today be a
barren waste and the thriving mer
chant and wealthy farmer
of today be back in the
old countries where a foot of soil they
the
could never own and to many
breath of heaven pure air as luxury
Their homes being both dark and
or perhaps in a coal pit with
dingy Certainly
and air equally shut out
light he condition of this class of Utahs
citizens is vastly improved and they
are greatly in the majority
alien let us have men of character
and women of character for in this new
oi womans era will be greatly
needed age women of stability and decision
of Character women who are not afraid
tell the truth and to maintain it too
to and
whom be said trials
Vuuim of may
only added new
disappointments
I strength o their character Such
L r be manly
11 4rhfirtlt their ct iw to UI
women w 11 teach sons UliUUJ
who will be valuable citizens
uien men
and able supporters of a countrys good
heard the question asked Why
1 once
used
the clinging ivy she
i worn tn not
k repartee the answer
I ei In quirk
to e
of the
be insecurity
cme Ow nc to
m111iY oak Then let our oaks be
mauly rooted in me rich soil of solid
nauj worth where the stormy of adversity
annoteven shake much less uproot
where temperance is an integral part
that it
und let the band be so strong
cannot be broken If it be a blue or a
white ribbon let it be a strong
one and true blue has a significance
i such oaks as these
Aroun twining is
the ivys graceful
most i oet c and picturesque tviiiin but r what and I
beauty can be seen 5ii her twining
I
oak
when by he fullimr of tl e manly
the dust and
in
leases ing
are drgin
h T
by hi tall she U Cues degrade Ito I
her clinging Then it is
to the earth by
that the woman of character become I
the ma ily oak and if he rise at all
his fallen condition it is by cling
from
who his shown superior
to her
ing
I conditions It is in the
in rising above
She
nature of woman to lean to cling
loves to love and be beloved but her
love if she be a woman of character
love and this
must be intelligent
must be founded on respect such love I
an never die Mothers train your
can
of inspiring
sons to be men capable
such loveFathers set them this example
expect Horn the
then we may and
of character
men
rising generation who do not feel rather timid
women when they rise to address an audience
when
There is majesty in truth eternal
It inspires a
grasped in sincerity
once not to be daunted So leave
courage to the hypocrite and to those
timidity but
of their position
not quite sure
give tous women of character
CHARLOTTE I GODBE
> To THE RESCUE WITH HALKS HONEY
HOREHOUND AND TAR before the
OF
baby strangles with croup
DROPS Cure in one
PIKES TOOTHACHE
I Minute
Overcoats
>
If you wish to purchase a stylish
Newmarket
Prince Charles
Don Carlos
Reversible
or Dress Overcoat
Go toL Goih > BKUG it
t
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FOR lame back side or chest use
Shilohs Porous Plaster Thicd 25c
For sale ac A C Smith Cos Drug
v 5
Store
assortment of Wall Ira trs
A LARGE
Fall Carpets at H Dinwobdeys
and f 4 i
Furniture Rooms
REV GEO H THAYER o
THE Ind says Both m sel
Bourbon SH1
wife owe our livestoj8HI
and LORS my CONSUMPTION CURE For
sale at A C Smith Cos Drug Store
I f 9 f
Decidedly Fresh I
what everybody says ol
That
Van Horns Fruits Butteretc
Durst the very best the marke
which are
affords We invite our friends to cal
and see for themselves
DUBST d VAX HORN
Roofing Felt
Attother sr load of Roofing Felt iuSi
arrived at H Dmwoodcys Furniture
I
Store I
H H Lipman
sells Childrens Clothing lot reduced e
prices e t I
CARPETS of latest designs and lowest
at
prices
+ AUEBBAC1I8
and Furnisher for
Clothier
ASK your Linen Col
solid
the A H It is the only
soli
lar offered at 25 cents and the only
Linen Cuff offered at 50c It has no
equal for fit make and quality Take e m
icr
M
SHILOHS COUGH sad Consmmp
is sold us on a guarantee
tion Cure by
Sold at A C
It cures Consumption
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Smith CoaDrog Store
s
MISCELLANOUS
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F LL AND W IN T E R
w
JOS A UliG ART EN
Fashionable Merchant Tail i
HAS RECEIVED THE VERY BEST
1r1 FTTC
ANI >
IitPOIITIID
Broadcloths
1rltiugs
Inmitt >
EXTKA DISCOUNT TO TAILOR
ilMMINGB AND CLOTH SOLD BY THE YARD
P 0 BOX 356SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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For Grain and Lucerne Seed
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FIRST SOUTII STREET
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= 33 ar tIt3Ict
=
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400 GEABT STREET say FBANCISCO CAr
Conducted by Qualified Physicians and Surgeons BS = = =
regular Graduates
States
ta in tho United
+ = 153rhe Oldest 8pccinl2ita perfect method and = =
EXPERIKNCE
= = whose LIFELONG of = = =
= = > and PKUMANENT CURES
1i1mnm
SP
s puromediclllehlsurcSl = = = = =
= aura and Nervous Diseases Affections
= + Private Chronic Skin Kidneys Bladder trnptiono
the Blood dwelling of ho Glands Sore
UlcersOld Throat Sores fore Paine permanently cured and
Motttn for life =
eradicated from Debility the system lmpotoncy Semlnai LossesSexual Decay = = 3
RlCQUflllQ Mental and Physical Weakness Failing Memory =
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impediments to Marriaro etc =
Weak Eyes Stunted Development and = =
cause speedily sat ciy
follies or any
from excesses youthful
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privately cured DYldd1eAged and Old men and all who nee < tmed1
Yea dg Physician
= the old European
= I cal skill and experience consut future misery and
HlsoPlnIoncostsnothlngwlIlmnY5nvefutnre
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= = = = at once His opinion Inconvenient to visit tho city for treatment medicines
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shame When observation
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= = = = = I is selfevident that attains a physician grreat fitcill and physicians throughout
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and Texas and from the Atlantic to the
Than any Thresher in the world overwhelming From Maine testimony showing the marvelous
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CABEjAGITATjOR in Utah Idah
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and Montana for5883 were
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Thresher It needs but to be seen Thresher
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in a
points necessary
it does allthe good
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LEATHER MANUFACTURERS 1
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Hides Wool Deer Sheep Pelts F
FURS PLASTERING HAIE i Etc
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ball block south of thirst
West Street
AND Tif AEEHOU8E 15 and 47 8 Third
OFFICK Central Depot
MAKUFACTORY Bishop Hunters Tannery Nineteenth Ward
SALT LAKE CIrL
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Correspondence Solicited PO Box 778 ap
MILLINERY HAIR GOODS D t j
BUTTON BOYAN
Establishment with aFul d Well Selected Stock of j i
New
our
We hare opened
Millinery Goods for Fall and Winter J
AND BOHHETB J
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS J
Plush Milans etc French Rower Ostrich and i y
Velvets
The very Latest Styles Felts Feathers In Great Variety A fine assortment ol a
Fancy t t
PLUSH IBOrSTMTETS for C ltdxen V
VELVET and f
Dr Ladlesare Kespectf ully invited to Inspect 1Q r 1
Thankn Friends and Customers for the patronage shown ua la the P ant we Bart 11
Thanking our and more new ones In our new store
pleased to eee them many
most
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Hooper dredge Block three Doors South of Z tiM 141 Main Si II
BUTTON i a BOY N F I
Prompt Attended to p 0 BO > 0 777
Orders Promptly
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