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JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster
Salt Lake City Utah March 221885
Silver Quotations I
Corrected daily by Wells Fargo Co1
Silver NewYork 103
Silver London tl I10
Lend New York per lOOlbs 423
Fall and Winter Styles Just Arrived
You mans
This celebrated hat is light and flexible
and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in
TCnw York Cit
II 171 Silvcrmaits
Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
ialty of and will sell it cheaper than any
house west of New York
I We carry the largest and most com
plete line in the city both in soft and
stiff hats and at low prices
The exclusive Hatters corner west of
Opera House
The Rag Baby company leava tomor
row for San Francisco
John Johnson was fined 1 for being
drunk and disorderly today
itcGornick l Co today received one car
of Hanauer bullion valued at 3500
Peter Eamsdalo put 5 in the city treas
swear ury today for the privilege of a common
A dead horse and dead drunk rider lay
beside the Fifth South street car track last
nightI is rumored that Bishop John Sharp is
being investigated by the Church High
In the trotting match at Cleveland this
afternoon Harry Wilkes beat Phallas two
heats time 21734 220K
The Utah Central is sinking a large artes
ian well at Milford for the prohibition use
of the engineers along the line
Nicholson of the News is about to be
ethercalized for the spirit of the Lord like
n fire within him is burning lke
Tho Mikado principals have a full ic
hearsal at Careless music store this even
ing The opera is progressing finely
From W F llaybould we have received
the Century for October a very
ver interesting
number He is prepared to supply the
Little Clyde the child of Mr and Mrs r
E Cummings was buried yesterday The
parents are very disconsolate over the sad
Tho Mikado company have sent to
Icheban for twentysix pairs of No 24
Japanese shoes for the ladies of the corn
The Salt Lake Dramatic Club play the
Queens Evidence in Logan to the Confer
ence People on Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week
Every one of forty couples present at the
select invitation party given last night at
Ksaths Barn pronounce it one of the
most genial and pleasant parties ever at
paries at
Some kindhearted Christian ia poisoning
all the felines and canines in the Seventh
ward and the owners of taxed dogs are
about to hold an indignation meeting to put
a stop to the missionary work
Mr S A Kermer appeared in Court today
in behalf of William Anderson charged with
assall with intent t commit rape Defend
ant plead not guilty and was returned to
the Penitentiary to await trial
The first grand sacred concert to be given
by Prof B B Young will occur at the ele
gant Emporium Hall on the last Sunday
evening of this month The succeeding
concerts will take place on the last Sunday
evening of each month instead of the first
I Judge Zane thinks he can wind Brother
Brain on the sermon business he is off The
spirit would knock Judge Zane silly in the
twinkling of an eye while Brother Brain
like the little brook would go on forever
and forever
Captain West declined a proposition made
by the Boise City nine to play a series in
Salt Lake for a guarantee of 250 The club
is said to be too far fetched Nothing
definite is learned from the Butte or Ogden I
teams pertaining to visiting Salt Lake
The Skating Pavilion will be opened to the
public tomorrow afternoon with a matinee
under the new management of Messrs Keg
ler and Edwards The place has been
thorouchly refitted and the proprietors in
form nil nations that a now code of regula
tons will govern the popular place of
amusement during the coming season
Sheriff Groesbeck is back from the Horn
Silver mine of Idaho
Mr T F Tranp the rustling Lehi mer
chant is in tho city
John J Thomas of Lehi is in attendance
at the Cattlemens Convention atendance
Mr W P McElroy the
McEroy purchasing agent
of tho D < t I G with office in this city
returned last evening from a tour thrsugh
California with a half partner in
all his future joys and successes
Mr McElroy and his charming young bride
nee MissMma Foote of Saratoga N Y are
quartered at the S < cs The DEMOCIUT
extends congratul 5
The New Salt
I has always pen a wonder that with
the numerous It deposits held in solu
tion by l the Sat Lake water we should
still be entirely without salt industries
The trouble is thai in spite of many at
tempts in the duvclion of refining this
salt it has never been successfully re
fined A far bctu result than any here
tofore seems now t oen attained
by the Fames brotn atained
F1res > have built
I a refinery on the likr I i ir bui
ington Their process j n o f t a secret
as they have applied for ttnt The
salt the
they produce however ivars every
mark or being of a high grade ar und luw
been successfully tested as a dairy salt
The works have a capacity tu 40000
pounds and a number of car loaite have
been shipped in various dirocLo I
the salt has all 1 the usual mcichantublc
qualities which it certainly s > erus to
lueit is hoped that our HUM limits
will encourasrc this new hemp imlnsiry
and thus build it permanently buoct sfut
Tiio Famous Cigar is known by con
noisseurs to be the best in the city
Laphams Dress and Cloak House
Dressmaking in all its branches
Special attention given to orders from the
country Orders filled at short notice
Readymade dresses kept on hand Agent
for McCalls Bazar Patterns No 42 W
First South street
COAL OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First South Street
7 T
j No Steps booking to a Fair Gen
eral Business Transacted
The Cattle and Horse Growers Associ
ation adjourned from April 10th 1885
I met yesterday at the City Hall and re
I adjourned to 10 oclock this morning
I when there were about thirty members
r present
I The first business that came before the
meeting this morning was a report from
the committee on constitution and by
laws which was read and adopted by sec
I During the discussion of the constitu
I tiorr and bylaws a lively debate was en
tered into as to whether individual mem
bers should be admitted to the Territorial
Association or only the representatives of
the county organizations I was finally
agreed to admit individuals
The committee on holding a fair this
fall reported that failing to ascertain the
amount of funds in the D A 11
Society and in consequencfe of the rail
roads refusing to give free passes to the
members of the committee they recom
mended that no effort be made to hold a
fair this year
An executive committee of five con
sisting of the following members was
elected W H King II J Buraston 1
Evans Geo E Blair and E R Young
Seven additional members were
addtional ap
pointed on the committee on fairs Ad
journed till 2 oclock
At the afternoon session the committee
on refrigeration made a report which was
I accepted and the committee discharged
Mr Faust here stated that the Union
I Pacific Railroad by its agent J G Teb
betts had offered free passes to the dele
gates 01 me association appointed 10 in
I tend the National Cattle and Horse
Growers Association to be held in St
Louis Nov 4th The offer was on mo
tion accepted with cordial thanks to the
Union Pacific and its agent
The secretary then read the Wyoming
sanitary law The document was referred
I t the committee on evolutions
Several other resolutions looking to the
I I general interests of the stockmen and
associations were read and adopted by
the convention
The convention adjourned till tomor
row at 10 a m
Officials Who Draw Their Salaries
and Who Have Cheap Assist
ants to Do the Work
There is a glaring piece of injustice
being daily perpetrated upon the taxpay
ers of this city and county at the City
Hall and it should be remedied at once
r 1 Waddell the county attorney re
ceives a salary of 1500 per annum and
IF S Richards as city attorney gets
2500 out of this gross amount of 4000
they pay an assistant 1200 the former
40 the latter GO per centthe two wor
thies pocketing the remainder clear and
doing next to i not absolutely nothing
I they cannot attend to the business
themselves as the people had a right to
expect when they were elected to their
respective positions they should at least
be compelled to employ firstclass assist
ance in the prosecution of the great num
ber of cases continually arising It
is well known that people in
possession of facts that would lead to
conviction of guilty parties have re
framed from proceeding because of their
unwillingness to undergo the loss of
time i not of money in fruitless prose
cutions this would be otherwise with
recognized ability and this can only be
commanded by a liberal salary It is a
matter requiring attention on the part of
our better local officers and tke sooner the
Grab I Quick Last Night
A Rag Baby filled the Theatie the
second time last night with a laughing
audience of young and old The play is
a collection of absurdities which Daniels
Jay Rice and others of the company
know just how to spring on an audience
in a most ridiculously pleasing manner
The three little maids from school and
the trio of dude tramps did their specials
in good style Mitchell and Miss lieimer
performed their respective parts true to
life Tonight closes the engagement
Where You Can Be Suited
In going the rounds among the business
firms of this city the tailoring establish
ment of Leyiberg Co is found in the
enjoyment of a fine and increasing trade
This importing tailor and haberdasher
company is located in the Jenningsblock
Emporium corner as can be seen by the
striking signs and imposing window dis
plays of the finest suitings Nothing but
fine tailoring is done as is attested by
the best dressed gentlemen upon the
streets in the latest Eastern patterns
Costly thy apparel as thy purse
can buy was the advice of Shakespeare
and old Shake generally knew what he
was talking about The same truth holds
good today and to be well dressed in a
stylish and select suit is economy and
money in a mans pocket Leviberg S
Co have already realized
their most
realzed san
guine expectations of the business and
only lack an increased force of good
workmen in order to extend their custom
I is well worth while to call and examine
their late imported English and French
goods now in stock for general inspection
Surveyor Jessen came up from Salt
Lake today and stopped in Hailey until
this afternoon when he went unt
Ketchum and Vienna at which latter
place Mr Jessen is superintendent of op I
orations on the Emma Smileys famous
Emmawhich he and Marshal Shaugh
ncssy own Wood River Times 39lh tilt
Dr J W Culbertson
Physician and Surgeon of Indianapolis
Indiana will visit professionally Salt
Lake City at the Continental Hotel
Thursday October 1st and remain ten
days All afllicted with any disease of
the eye or ear catarrh crosseyes club
foot spinal curvature
piles rupture or
chronic diseases etc can consult him
free of charge Artifical eyes inserted
Remember the dates
Wholesale buyers of millinery and
fancy goods will do well to call or send
their orders to Simon Bros
Miss ALMYS dancing school will
in Calders Hall on Saturday Octob 3d
promptly at 2 oclock Private lessons
given if required k
Protect Your Family
It is the duty of
every man rich or
poor who has created a home to make i
some provisions against the inevitable
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tained by procuring pohcy in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
Hyams Agent 55 Main street Hooper
Eldridee Block Salt Lake City
Another Nice Illustration of the Beau
ties of Celestial Marriage
Aii Attempt to Influence the Court by
an Appeal to Abraham Isaac
and Jacob
Tie Appeal Is Denied and Brain Is
Awarded the Usual ThreeSix
The Third District Court opened this I
morning at 10 oclock with the well ad
vertised polygamy and unlawful cohabi
tation cases of Edward Brain All the t
witnesses were present with the excep
tion of Susan Jackson for whom an at
tachment was issued All the witnesses I
in the other cases were excused until to
morrow morning at 10 oclock The fol
lowing jury waseasily obtained passing
the usual questions relative to statutory
qualifications William Skewes T C
Armstrong J F Bradley W E Smed
lay George Barr Edmond Wilkes C L
Haines James McTierney J H Noun
nan Adolph Anderson and W C Lyne
The clerk then read the indictment
against Mr Brain to which he had
pleaded not guilty
A son of the defendant was the first to
give testimony In answer to many ques
tions he stated that he was a son of de
fendant and of Mary Bailey Brain the
first and legal wife lived in the Twen
tieth ward has two brothers Edward E
and Charles G and a sister Matilda
Brain Didnt know Susan Jackson
knew Mary Ann Johnson his fathers I
divorced wife Knew Janezes Paters the
alleged third wife of his father she lives
in the Twentyfirst ward Didnt know
that she was his fathers wife she lives
in a house belonging to defendant with
her brother Fred Paters have seen de
fendant there a score of times
once at the meal table have seen
Janezes Paters with the infant baby it
is reputed tn hfi mv fathers rlpfflnrinn t
passed no time at the house of witness
ceased to stop there about two years ago
defendant lived last year in his house at
the brick yard with Miss Paters know
Mary A Johnsonshe lives in the Twen I
tieth ward about a mile from Mary
Bailey Brains house where I live father
lived with Mary Johnson Brain two years
ago in the fall of 1883 dont know
whether he lived wills Miss Paters during
the same time or not prior November
1883 he lived all the time at our home
save a night or two a week when he
called on Miss Johnson
Testified I am the second and divorced
wife of Edward Brain got my divorce
about one year ago married defendant
fourteen years ago live at 417 Fourth
East street in the Twentieth ward have
had seven children by defendant Brain
ceased visiting me about three years ago
Know Mary Bailey Brain she is his hon
orable wife When defendant left me
dont know where he went but think he
made his home with Janezes Paters I
know her she used to wash for me The
neighbors say she is his wife but I cant
Crossexamined by the defense I
know Susan Jackson she is married to
Mr Jackson of Provo
I was married to Mr Jackson who is
now deceased was married to defendant
Brain in 1842 at Bath England was
divorced here and married defendant
some three years afterward in 18G1 got a
divorce from Brain by the Mormon
church have six children two of them
Frank Brain and Mary Swartout married
live in Provo
Crossexamined was married to
Brain Graves Cooper andJackson
Am 24 years old came from Holland
four years ago next November with my
parents two brothers and a sister We
al lived in the Eighteenth ward for a
while on money brought over father
now works by the day hired out as work
ing girl for Mr D Bockholt in the
Fifteenth ward stayed there about eight
months then went to live with my people
in Mr Brains house in October 1882
In 1883 I lived at the brick yard
This is the young woman who could
not talk English a few weeks ago when
before Commissioner McKay and had to
have an interpreter This morning she
showed the brains of the Brain family
and told a veryclear story in an intelli
gent manner She said she married Ed
ward Brain in the Endowment House
this city on the 2d of February 1882
defendant visited her a night or two each
week until 1883 when he papered and
fitted lit the lmrf est room in his hnnsA r > n
the bench for her after abandoning the
other two wives
Witness was asked to explain how she
got acquainted with defendant She left
the stand and her lef
got baby which was
crying and returning said HWeI I
first met Brother Brain at the Assembly
Hall soon after I came to Salt Lake He
was putting down a window and said
How do you do Sister Paters So we
got to courting and we had a place to
meet to court a little After a while he
took me home and I married him my
parents didnt know it my baby is now
nine months old and Mr Brain is its
The prosecution excused her and she
started for her seat when suddenly stop
ping she said HI want to say that that
woman Mary A Johnson says I used
to wash for her That is not so It was
my mother She wants to make me out
a washerwoman
Crossexamined How did you manage
to meet Mr Brain Well you see we
had a sparking place and he would just
watch for me and when I showed up we
would go home together
I was almost impossible to keep the
crowd from laughing during the un
varnisuea taie ana even a smile crept
over the faces of the Court and jury
What day of the week did I
through the Endowment House It
was Thursday February 2d 1882 I
A sister of Mrs
Paters Brain was
called but gave no material evidence
The prosecution rested the case and
Judge Zane addressing the jury as to the
two offenses charged in the indictment
asid they should drop the polygamy
cuont they should weigh all the evi
dence and bring in the verdict accord
ingly The bailiff started to conduct the I
jury to the secret closet
JUI when they an I
nounced that all I
were ready to render a
verdict Without further
vithout pnnKirJomHnn PV
ceptmg J F Bradley who desired to en
ter the side room for a little reflection
and accordingly the eleven men followed
and all returned in about ten minutes
Of unlawful cohabitation as charged in
the indictment
The defendants face turned a deeper
Janezes crimson than it wore while his young
recounted their happy courting
nights The jurors were discharged and
Brain was told to stand dichared Court
addressed him in the following language
As you understand in this case you
were indicted for unlawful cohabitation
and have been found guilty by the jury
Have you anything further to say before
judgment i pronounced 1
I would like to say a few words I have
been a member of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latterday Saints for
fortyone years I embraced celestial
marriage many years ago as a
divine revelation from the God of Zion
and I say so yet I am an instrument in
the hands of the Lord to do His work I
have seenthe lame made to walk the
deaf to hear the blind to see and the sick
raised up by the followers of this gospel
I know that this is the Kingdom and we
are the chosen of God In the words of
Brother Clawson I had
Than have liberty and dishonor I say
and can bear my testimony that the Ed
munds law is against the Constitution
that gives free religious belief and
fee relgious belef prac
tice I know that the religion of Abra
ham and Jacob John Taylor and Ge rge
Q Cannon is true and it is my religion
Judge Zane in an impressive manner
said fV Rrnin yon nmlArRfnrul flip
verdict of the jury and show no signs of
changing This marriage which you term
celestial seems little less than blasphemy
in the face of your abandoned wives
In view of all these things and your
statements I see nothing promising
of good You seem to defy the laws
and as shown by the evidence you
have degraded these women and a man
who marries young women raises chil
dren by them and then throws them offis
a poor moral leper Your appeal to Ab
raham has little effect Civilization at
this age will not tolerate such conduct
Your wives and children scattered no
lawful names and each and everyone left
degraded I see nothing whatever
redeeming in your case for the
evidence and statements show your
conduct to be disgraceful and un
lawful The Court will impose upon you
the extent of the penalty You will pay
a fine of 300 and costs and be sentenced
to six months imprisonment and stand
committed until the fine is paid
ExBishop Andrew W Cooley was
arraigned in the Third District Court
this morning on an indictment of the
Grand Jury charging him with unlawful
cohabitation with Rachael Cooley and An
nie Hagan He asked for time to consult
Attorney Brownand was given till Mon
day to make his plea Cooley presented
the appearance of a vanquished warrior
with his head bandaged his face and
nose covered with plasters in consequence
of several recent drunks probably on
account of the unpleasant spectre of six
months in the Penitentiary
Hitting Em Hard
Another blow was struck at polygamy
in Salt Lake Tuesday where Bishop
Clawson a prominent Mormon was sen
tenced to pay a fine of 300 and to be im
prisoned for six months the full penalty
unlawful cohabitation S W Sears
the manager of Zions Cooperative Institution
tution a Mormon of note and Truman
0 Angel Jr an artificer of the temple
pleaded guilty and on promising to obey
the law hereafter were let off with fines
The Saints cannot stand this sort of war
fare upon their peculiar institution much
longer I by the time Congress meets
however the doctrine of polygamy has
not been abandoned by the church the
Edmunds law should be so amended as
to provide much heavier penalties If
the punishment instead of being six
months imprisonment and a fine of 300
were a term of years in the penitentiary
the problem of polygamy would soon be
solvedS F Post Sep 30th
How Bill Became Sir
I say old fellow you knew Smith of
Smithville didnt you
What old Bill Smith the bowlegged
wood sawyer
Yes hes now living at Globe
Arizona and is rich Made a fortune at
Well Mr Smith always was a pretty
good business man
He Was a Mad Democrat
Dont forget to let me1 know about
those fruit trees Jones
No I wont What did you say your
postoffice address was 1
Havent got any I dont patronize
the postoffice You must telegraph
What no postoffice address
Nary I am one of the suckers that
carried a torch in the Cleveland proces
sions last fall and two months ago I swore
off on going to the postoffice and having
my mail handed out tq me by an infer
nal Republican You may telegraph at
my expense
Rogers Wiscomb
Keep the finest line of Staple Fancy and
Green Groceries Poultry Fish and Game
in the city Telenhone 107
Simon Bros
The carpenters have gone the painters
have gone and all the other workmen
employed in renovating and refitting the
premises have gone but Simon Bros
have remained and can now be found ar
ranging displaying aud selling their
extensive fall and winter stock of mil
linery and fancy goods They also carry
a very heavy assortment of ladies misses
and childrens underwear and hosiery
gloves corsets hankerchiefs etc etc W
Particular attention is called to an im
mense sfock of Jerseys hosiery and un
derwear In which line many bargains are
Friends and patrons of the firm are re
spectfully invited to call and examine the
mammoth stock 5
Salt Lake City Brewing Company
President VicePresident
We are now prepared to receive orders
BEER Special inducements given to pur
chasers rf carload Info
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for the
manufacture of beer after the Budweiser
process we are in a situation to place be
fore the public an article superior to any
hitherto offered in this market
Orders by telephone promptly attended i
How to Consult Dr Foote Sr by Mail
Dr Foote Senior author of t Plain
Home Talk Medical Common Sense
etc etc would say to those who would
like to consult him by mail that they can
have a list of questions and a circular of
gratuitous advice by addressing Bok 414
Salt Lake City The doctor hna nrrnnrrnrl
to have such information supplied i in this
way to save time Receiving such printed
matter the correspondent can describe
his or her case fully and direct it to the
I doctor in New York Dr Foote is
successfully treating all forms of chronic
diseases a specialty to which he has de
voted thirty years of study and practice
Evidences of his success can also be had
by addressing Box 414 as above but all i
letters of consultation and orders for
remedies should be addressed to Dr E
B Foote Sr 120 Lexington Avenue i
New York City N Y Consultation free
An advertisement of Dr Foote Sr in
another place deserves attention
In 1863 He Gives His Opinions of i
Grant and Sherman Which
Are Not Favorable
From the Cleveland PlainDealer of E
September 28th 1885 we take the fol
lowing letter In Ohio it is creating a
great sensation and is generally an un
welcome document to the Republican
CINCINNATI February 19th 1863 Gov
I ernor ChaseMy Dear Sir I wrote you
a somewhat fantastic letter the other day
But that I suppose is not now strange I
write this morning to send you a copy of f
a private letter I have from our army in
front of Vicksburg I is from a close ob
server who endeavors to tell the truth
There never was a more thoroughly
disgusted disheartened demoralized
army than this is and all be ause it is
under such men as Grant and Sherman
Disease is decimating its ranks and while
hundreds of poor men are dying from
Hmfillnn and ever other conceiveable
malady the medical department is at
flicted with delirium tremens I Mem
phis smallpox patients are made to walk
through the streets from camps to hos
pitals while drunken doctors ride from
barrooms to whorehouses in government
ambulances How is it that
Grant who was behind at Fort Henry
drunk at Donelson surprised and
whipped at Shiloh and driven back from
Oxford Miss is still in command
I Governor Chase these things are true
Our noble army of the Mississippi is be
ing wasted by the foolish
He cant organize or control or fight an
army I have no personal feeling about
if but T know hi > is an ass
There is not one among the whole list of
retired majorgenerals who is not Grants
superior McClellan Fremont McDowell
Burnside Franklin even Pope or Sum
ner would be an improvement upon the
present commander of the army of the
Mississippi Will you wake up some of
these days and find we have no army of
the Mississippi 1
Then there is awful discouragement
at the way the
Who is thought to be a great man because
cause he is not insane in his prejudices
on the negro question is doing In Gods
name what is he waiting for More re
inforcements Pity he cant die and get
out of the way as Mitchell did
But to stop this sort of growling and
come tosomething more practical
The army west and east is being weak
ened hourly by desertions I is the
great evil The thing needful to stop it
is for the President to give each com
mander of departments power tQ
They must be shot by the dozen The
Presidents weak puling piddling hn
manitarianism is death and hell to the
army Cant you take him by the throat
Until he is brought to his senses on the
war business I do not speak wantonly
when I say there are persons who would
feel that it was doing God service
I it were not feared that Hamlin isa
bigger fool than he is
Ana yet me pitiful congress twaddles
weekly in private caucus about political
matters as if a
Would do everything Why dont they
pass your finance measure and the con
script act and mind their own business
The proclamation is a positive nuisance
to every truly loyal man in the West It
is a weapon in the hands of the Butter
nuts I it is made a party test V alan
digham would be elected Governor of
Ohio Do not think I am talking at ran
dom Alas I know what I am talking
about What is wanted
1 A general for our army of the Mis
2 Deserters shot by order of command
ers of departments
3 Less dependence upon the nigger
and more upon the white man
4 The consolidation of the fragments
of regiments
5 Arrest and try Henry May and
Wendell Phillips for treason
6 Suppress the New York Tribune
and New York World
This letter is talked of everywhere and
the Republicans are in despair Halstead
has been shouting and roaring and wav
ing the bloody shirt and wanting to fight
the war over again He has been doing
the hardest kind of work for Sherman
and Foraker and now this letter is made
public convicting him of the most
venomous abuse of Lincoln Grant and
the Union generals
Halstead admits that he wrote the let
ter but has not much to snv nhnnf if
indeed there is not much that can be
I said
We are now opening and receiving daily
a full line of Fall Clothing for Mens and
Boys wear GOLDSMITH Co
A class for training in Frcebels method
with children in the kindergarten will be
opened Monday Oct 19th For particu
lars inquire of Miss Dickey at the Col
legiate Institute
Our Dress Goods Dept
Shows a handsome display of silks vel
vets and woolen fabrics which we offer at
reasonable prices Call and see them at
FOR a good smoke try the Famous
Cigar for sale by Sam Levy
White House
For the best meals and rooms go to the
White house Everything firstclass and
low rates
+ 4IJ
Simon Bros show now 300 different
I styles of trimmed and untrimmed ladies
misses and childrens hats in straw felt
I and velvet G
I Lectures on the Book of Mormon
I The several lectures
on the Book of
Mormon by Rev Lamb bound in
I pamphlet style and for sale at 25 cents
per copy are selling numerously They
treat the
subject from an entirely original
subject and are worthy of perusal
o JqhnTaylor SonNo 43 and 45 Second
South Street have just
jut received
a choice
lot of Fall and Winter Woolens
they offer to make up in firstclass which
JT orronrlir TQl irtrt l ltna firstcas stle
II I I Great Reduction A in Livery
At Mark JUcKimmins Livery Stable
S IKE the Celebrated Famous Cigar
manufactured by Sam Levy
Jos 1878 Established 1878
Baumgarten the
Tailor will us ohly he latest Fashionable
and New York Fashions and Styles London
also the finest and
Cloths I defy Imported and Domestic
cago to any house west of Chi
compare with
ment Call and be my tailor depart
street convinced 111 Main
Another Rich Mineral Section in
Idaho Tributary to the Salt
Lake Ore lark t
Special Correspondence DEMOCRAT
I is a long lane that has no turning
and to follow the salty rifts which mark
the boundaries of Great Salt Lake from
the mouth of the Jordan to the immedi
ate neighborhood of Kelton on the Cen
tral Pacific Railroad will enable the
camperout to appreciate the turning
point From Bear river with its delicious
trout and swarming ducks to Salt Wells
and even to Pilot Springs on the Old
Emigrant road to Oregon mosquitoes
brackish water and alkaline dust form a
trinity unify of discomfort sufficient to
indicate that the road i question trav
erses the immediate suburbs ol sheol
But going north from Pilot Springs the I
rising lulls are covered with fragran t
cedar whose resinous berries are kissed
by the pure mountain air from mountains
that on either side of the road rise to an
elevation of 10000 feet above the sea
On the right encircled by Curlew Raft
river and Clear Creek valleys the Black
Pinemountains with their white quartz
capped summits attract by their beauty
and richness the lover of nature the
miner and the herdsman Beautiful
springs of water forests of pine with
great stretches of excellent pasture
grounds furnish summer feeding for
thousants of cattle sheep and horses
from the ranches High grade milling
and smelting ore running from 100 to
7000 per ton in silver gold and copper
is found along the mineral belt which fol
lows the contact between slate and lime
in a northeasterly and southwesterly direction
rection across the entire range A Vir
rEc A
ginia company own nyc or six mining
claims on this contact on which a large
amount of injudicious work has been
expended A mill equipped with pans i
and settlers and a Howland crusher fails
to do what a properly constructed smelter
would accomplish in reducing the rich
ores now on the dumps and at the mill
The past season a number promising
claims have been developed on this min
eral belt by Messrs Martin Bradley
Barnes and Smedley of Salt Lake City
and the district in connection with other
promising mineral camps in its immedi
ate vicinity will prove valuable tribu
taries to the Salt Lake ore market pro
vided the railways will be content po
regular supply of golden eggs instead of
being possessed with an insane desire to
kill the patient goose which lays tem
P rmanent veins requiring and justify
ing deep mining appear to characterize
the Black Pine mining district while
within a circuit of thirty miles from its
center especially to the north and west
firstclass mines are being developed and
and prospectively valuable claims will be
worked from this time on This portion
of Idaho details of which may be given
hereafter rich in mineral and teeming
with live stock finds its appropriate market
ket in Salt Lake City The railway and
business men of the city will find it for
their interest to secure the trade of this
section i it requires a railway from
Corinne to do it
One of the most frequent remarks I
passed by the ladies for the past few
days is Simon Bros stock this sea I
son is simply immense And tlifilfirlifis
generally know what they are talking
I about I
Salt lake Theatre
Wednesday Thursday and Friday
September 30th and October 1st and 2d
The Rag Baby Comedy Comy
Tompkins Hoyt Thomas Proprietors
Under the Management of Mr Eugene
Tompkins of the Boston EugcJc
Boston presenting something
Written by Charles I Hoyt author of A
Bunch of Keys A Tin Soldier A I
Etc Etc
FRANK DANIELS as Old Sport Handsome
the Homeliest dog alive The Three Innocents
Venus Tony Jay and the Policeman
Replete with New Music New Scenery and
sidesplitting situations Its too funny
scribe situatons Is to de
Let me grasp the hand that grasped Sulli
vans graped Sul
Grab It < l Ick
I quick by securing
the box oflice your seats at
ofce on Tuesday at 10 a m
Importing Tailors
106 S Main Street
Orders taken for Dress Shirts Fine Imported
3IARflN Cutter SCHMIDT and Fitter
Stationers a Booksellers
ofce ORDER on Main YOU cal GOODS at Our OF store US BY by MAIL the Post OR I
in iWSubscriptions the word taken for any Periodical
LiveryFeed ales Stable I
II dIe horses in the CARRIAGE AND SAD
hort Transportatlon Notice to TAYLOR and PIOCHEon
Trnn i
Reaonahl1 ni CH
ceo < UusIaCton Guaran
Stable at head
of Main Street
Sanpete Valley Railwy
Trains leave daffy
Leave Moron ii as follows
Arrive at Nephi 9OOain
Leave n 1100 am
Lave Nephi
Arrive at ilorom 10 pm
300 pm
Stages connect at 30
counEet Moron
Pete and Sevfer for all parts of San
Private teams and
dered by spring wagons
telephone a can be or
arrival of trains Nephi to be K
at readYon
of Moron PY L ou
driver paying all Moroni expenses Price f per day
Absolutely Pure
This Powdernever varies A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness More economical i
than the ordinary kinds and cannot he sold in
competition with the multitude of low test
short weight alum or phosphate Powders Sold
only in cans ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co ioe
Wall street New York 10
Booths Select Oysters
SO Otis Per Can
Transplanted Shell Oysters kept constantly
on hand Game and everything in constanty
J GAIjJkACKUEK Proprietor
127 Main Street
L1 tJhop House has opened a firstclass
Restaurant and Oyster House at t
256 3VEiai2i Stxoot
Three doors south of the Walker Hoiiae
And will be under the supervision of the pro
prietor who intends to make this the Oyster
House par excellence of the Territory
Main St South of Third South Sf
JD style The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City
Special Terms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 200 per day
148 Main Street Salt Lake City
You can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
And everything needed in that line a
ery XJvvetr t Pricos
First Day of October TI 1S85
call Ladies and gentlemen frhcwant to join may
at once
cal Examinations Chemical Metallurgical and Jliu
Examinatons attended to and satisfaction
guaranteed satsfacton
114 W FIRST STREET next to Herald Bnildln
Or 149 E Second South Street Buidil
Many a Lady
is beautiful all but her skin
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
Balm Magnola
300 SHOE
rare Siy es1
160 Main Street

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