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at the Snlt Lake City Postoffice
Eastern 800 pm 730 am
California and West 1100 am 425 pm
Montana and North 800 pm 730 am
IIi DtdtGEnst 500 pm 1030 am
Ogden Utah ll00am 730 am
olden Utah j 800 pm 425 pm
ParkCity 800pm 730 am
Tooele County 400 pm 720 am
Alta Utah 1 1020am 030 am
Bingham Utah 400 pm 620 am
Southern Utah 650pm C20am
The above is standard mountain time
JOIIN T LYNCH Postmaster
Skit Lake City Utah March 22 1SS5
Silver Quotations
ICorrectcd daiiy by Wells Fargo J Co1
Silver NcwYork LOS
Silver London S
JIi516 i
r Lead New York per lOOlhs
Fall und Winter Styles Jufct Arrived I
This celebrated hat is light and flexible
I and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in L
New York City
II M Silvcrmanj
Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
II ialty of and will sell it cheaper than any
house west of New York
I t We carry the largest and most com
l plete line in the city both in soft and L
i stiff hats and at low prices I
n The exclusive Hatters corner west of F I
I 1 Opera House I
t f
I William Lloyd was arrested for being
t < drunk and was assessed the usual 5
A Jacobson for being drank and blas
1 phemous paid 1 to the city coffers today
John Burns and Alex Shannon were fined
si 5 each in police court today for drunken
All the male choristers of lolaiithe are
i to meet at Calders Music Palace tonight at
j 730 oclock
The Utah Nevada train leaves the depot
I on West First South street for Stockton each L
1 morning at 730 oclock
An issue of last weeks San Francisco
lt Examiner is in great demand in Salt Lake
One copy sold for 33 today
ii The members of the Pleasant Hour Club
r will hold an election of officers at the Walker L
House this evening at 730 oclock
J 1 McCornick ii Co today received two bars
1 of Stormont silver 2530 and Qneenof the S
1 Hills ore 1700 total value 42SO
Tho Rio Grande express pulled out of Sal
I d Lake to day with seventyeight passengers
aboard for Eastern destinations
Receiver W H Bancroft left for Denver
this morning to purchase a large quantity of r
steel rails and some narrowgauge engines
I Axtells second story addition on the bill
I board north of the Walker House makes it
the highest and most conspicuous advertis
ing medium in the city adverts
A sort of mania seems to have struck the
small boys of Salt Lake and like many of
their anxious progenitors they are one b
one skipping Zion and their homes for pas
tures greener
Samuel Stringfellow was arrested yester
day on the common charge of S
and profanity He left 10 for his appear
ance but did not show up and the money
was forfeited
Fort Douglas drew a fair attendance from
the city yesterday afternoon and the
aferoon con
cert amply repaid all who took the drive
I The Sixth Infantry is par excellence the
band of the Rockies
Commencing tonight Cohn Bros H K
Thomas F Auerbach k Bro and Walker
Bros will close their stores promptly at 7
I oclock each evening Other merchants will
probably follow suit
Governor Murray has appointed Joseph
Jennings a delegate at large to represent I
the horse and cattle interests of Utah at the
I National Stock Convention to be held on
November 23d in St Louis I
j The Home Dramatic Company did not
t meet with the financial success anticipated
on their recent trip to Provo The cause is
that Provo has been completely overdone by
theatrical troupes of late
The first of a series of sacred concerts to
be conducted by Prof BB Young will take
I place in the new Olymphic Hall next Sun
day evening the 2th inst at 830 oclock
This will prove a fine treat to the public
One of the Salt Lake clergy amused his
I congregation during services yesterday by
making some double entendre announce
ments over which the dazed members are
I ntill in bewilderment and subdued smiles
Last Saturday afternoon Joseph Larson
I better known as Mormon Joe was arrested
by the D < I G special night officer Tom
my for doing Alex Shannon up for oO
court Trial will take place tomorrow in the police
D h 11 G W bonds sold in New York City
yesterday for 7025 Only last May the
companys bonds sold for a This is cer I
tainlya good showing for the Little Giant
and management reflects credit upon the present efficient
I t The Bio Grande Western is hauling COO
I tons daily from its coal mine with 400 tons
from the Utah Central The narrow
Centrl guage
has transported 150 car loads of barley gage
wheat and 75 cars of potatoes from Utah to
points east within tho last 3 days
The elegant invitations to the Olympic
Clubs Inaugural Ball Friday night aro
being issued to the members and a select
few of their friends Every one in receipt
of an invitation to the grand opening of the
new hall in the Emporium block will be
t I I Tonight the Blue Ribbon Temperance
Association meets in the lectureroom
of the 1 E Church at 730 oclock The
r I election of officers for the ensuing term will
occupy a short time after which addresses
I and an enjoyable entertainment will be
I carried out Everybody welcome wi I
I A lamentable accident happened at the
terminus of the Utah < fc Nevada Railroad
about noon today brakcmau slipped of
i I a car while it was being switched and
was crushed to death by the car running
I over him His name is George Hill ho lives
in the Sixteenth War and leaves a wife
and young child to mourn his loss His re
mains noon were brought to the city this after
I Tho Mikado will have a through rehear
sal at the Theatre this evening at 7 oclock
i for the ladies and 730 for the entire troupe
entre toupe
The costumes for the company are
about completed and the only thing
J now left the management to do is
I to convert the fair blondes of Zion
into the dizzy darkeyed maidens of
I Japan Asr < ilt Lake girl paints pow
I JI ders or y lsi 1 hair tie management is
f J in a predi iit
Judicious advertising backed by carry
ing out all you claim to do will eventually
I pay Si 5n Bros are proving this more
I and mo from day to day
ISiS Established 1S7S
Jos Biumgarten the Fashionable
I Tailor calls the public attention to the
fact that he r ilces a specialty of over
coats Swallowtail and Business Suits at
the lowest prices in this city
The rush for it Simon Bros con
tinues and if u ltII is increasing
r JolmTayloi t Son Is 13 and 43 Second
I South Street have j received a choice
lot of Fall and VinV Woolens which
they offer to make up in f r class style
at greatly reduced rates
COAL OIL and Fluid at ioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First South Street
j Reappearance at the Tab After a
I Six Months Engagement
i at the Pen
I i
I The rumor about the city that A Milton
Musser would address saints and strag
I gling sinners at the Tabernacle yesterday
I I had the tendency of drawing a fairsized
crowd from the Mormon circles and a
I crces
sprinkling of Gentiles who were curious
to hear what Mr Musser would say on
his exit from serving six months in the
Utah Penitentiary for unlawful Cohabita
tion Among many things uttered by the
policy martyr was that he had enjoyed
himself hugely with the brethren in the
Pen All his experiences of the past six
I months were most graphically recounted
to the crowd before him The speaker
did not appear in his striped suit but
seemed a delighted in his Prince Albert
coat and broadcloth pants as a young
schoolboy with a pistol pocket in a new
pair of trowsers
Mr Musser wore a serious face from
much ruminating at the Palace and in
addressing the brethren and sisters he
advised each and every brother to never
surrender a single principle of the Mor
mon faith but to live up to the doctrine
and covenants of the only religion and to
keep out of the penitentiary as long as it
can be done He then spoke in defense
of celestial marriage and portrayed all
the beauties of going into it and living it
but said nothing in particular about the
getting out part which he had just ex
perienced Brother Bywater followed
with a few assurances that everything
said by Brother Musser was true and in
accord with the doctrines of the last dispensation
The Provo Tlitiijf Who Gives Saloon
PIous Avsay His IMstic Del ccliv 0
C Spotter Peck of Provo is in the city
plying his favorite pastime of informing
on licensed saloon men Last Saturday
he pried around several First South
Street bars and side rooms endeavoring
to make a few dollars by spying a poker
game or the unlawful sale of liquor
The proprietor of one of the places
caught the unprincipled spy prowl
ing around the upstairs of his
establishment and ordered the
ambitious informant down and out Peck
went to the Theatre and unconsciously
took a seat beside a bartender unknown to
him He at once enlightened the bar
tender about his wonderful detective
abilities and how he would catch
some of the saloon men he then had spot
ted The bartender was greatly amused
at the greenhorns talk and leaving him
between acts he went to the saloons
Peck had named and told the proprietors
the scheme of the wouldbe Pinkerton
which stopped his man uyers short and
prepared a warm reception for him when
he called later The saloonkeepers kick
about these underhanded spotters doing
the work belonging to the regular officers
and no fairminded person is at all sorry
when some irate saloonist gets mad
enough and just gives a spotter a
thumping for luck I
After the Usual Cold Victuals
There is an interesting band of Uinlah
Indians encamped on the Eighth Ward
Square They are here for their usual
winter supplies and have attracted a
large crowd of pale faces about their
campfire where many amusing antics
transpire Among the outfit is a 200
pound buck and a squaw that tips the
beam at 230 avoirdupois The little
papooses roll around on the ground as
happy and contented as so many kittens
while their mothers are patroling the
streets and making morning calls at
every place where there is a prospect of I
getting a good basket of lunch
Mr Howard Ssbreo returned from the
East last evening
Messrs W P Howe and Albert Thomas
arc down from Alta
Mr Brig Young is among the visitors now
in the city from tho P V coal mines
Anthony Godbe left last evening for Cali
fornia and will be absent Cal
mining foria business several weeks on
P P Shelby General Freight Agent of
the Union Pacific at Omaha leaves to
morrow after a short visit to Salt Lake
Mr W JMdntyrelike a beautiful vision
appears upon the walks of Zion for a day
only to vanish from sight in the obscure
haunts of Castle Valley I
W F and DavidJ Williams are registered
at the Walker House They report business
firstclass both at the P Y coal mines and
at Price where families continue to arrive
and to start themselves with little homes
A Puff for Ogden Nature I
While the people of religious inclina
tion visit the various churches while they
are inhaling the incense
inhalng of fervent wor
ship and the eloquence of spiritual com
fort it will be well for all of thembe
they gathered in chapel or synagogue in
chathedral or tabernacle consider
that the autumn leaves are taking on
themselves the various hue which en
robe the mountains in purple richer than
that of Tyre and in a scarlet brighter than
a Cardinals And a blue sky is spanned
above us a pure air breathes our lungs
fragrance is wafted from the pine hills
and freshness is born to us from the
lakesides Then why should we not
amidst natures bountes worship natures
GodOgdcn News 17th
I The Georgia washerwoman who aston
ished the community by announcing that I
she had named her twins Mary Magda
lene and Virgin Mary has a good second I
in the Eldora Ia woman who has called t
hers Gasolene and Kerosene It is sup
posed that Gasolene is the girl baby
Every year the number of corn doc
tors increases and
annually the army
of cornsuffering humanity grows larger
White House
For the best meals and rooms go to the
White house Everything firstclass and
low rates
Buy Pleasant Valley Coal From
I Clute 143 S Malts street telephone No
I A class for training in Froibels method 1
with children in the kindergarten will be
opened Monday Oct 19th For particu
I lars inquire of Miss Dickey at the Col
legiate Institute
I i I
loRa good smoke try the Famous
I Cigar for sale by Sam Lev u I
I a stranger visiting Salt Lake think
business i quiet here let him conic to
Simon Bros store and he will soon be
convinced to thecontrar
Clute Sells Clean Coal
And delivers it promptly Office at 143 I
S Main St
The Indictments Against Penman
Quashed and Two New Ones
The case of the People of Utah against
Ed Egan for grand larceny came up
and was set for hearing two weeks from L
The case of W S Simpkins vs George
F Adkins C K Gilchrist appeared for
plaintiff and J R McBride for the de
fendant By agreement a jury was i
waived and W S Simpkins was sworn
for the plaintiff and testified W E Yig
lini George Forrester and Charles Plat
appeared as witnesses for the plaintiffs
The Grand Jury came into court and
presented two indictments found under
the laws of the United States and bail
was fixed at 1200 and 700
The polygamy and unlawful cohab
case against John Penman was set for
hearing today at 2 oclock in order to
dispose of the counts against him this
term The two indictments under which
Penman was arraigned last week were
found to be defective inasmuch as they
gave the name of Hutchins as that
of the second wife whose true
name is Hodgson The indictments were
quashed and two others were handed in by
the Grand Jury and read in Court this
afternoon with the mistaken name recti
fied to read Mary Hodgson Penman
and his plural wile were present after
being in custody over Sunday from L
inability to secure the necessary
bail The polygamous defendant
entered a plea of not guilt to both of the
counts Mr Kirknatrick stated to the
court that defendant was a poor man and
had only been allowed thirty minutes
time to seek bail The court was asked
permission for Penman to go to his
neighbors in East Bountifulaccompanied
by an officer where he thought he could
raise the t necessary bail for both
he and his second wife after
which he would be ready for trial
at the earliest convenience of the Court
The defendant stated that he had a de
ranged son and a poor family requiring
his personal attendance for several
months and consequently desired to
procure bonds in case sentence should be
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Yarian
said that he was not anxious for the trial
before the February term though on ac
count of a principal witness for the Gov
ernment being present with a nursing
baby in arms he thought it
best to dispose of the case
as soon as possible Three other
witnesses were subpoenaed and Mr
Varian said that a warrant had been out
for Penmans arrest ever since his escape
from the officers last July and he
was not in favor of every possible
leniency being shown such persons
The court was reluctant about postponing
the set time for trial Mr Kirkpatrick
went in search of Marshal Ireland to get
the request granted i possible after pro
curing the order of the court
A Case That Didnt Stick
Last Friday evening Mr Thomas W
Jennings was arrested by a police officer
on a charge of obstructing the streets
The trial came up before Judge Spiers
this forenoon and from lack of material
evidence on the part of the prosecution
the case was dismissed and Mr Jennings
discharged The little sensation arose
over the quantity of lumber lime dirt
and truck in front of the building recently
street damaged by fire on East First South
The Yaps Should he Arrested
No city in the Union tolerates such
criminal recklessness on the part of team
sters as is witnessed every day on the
streets of Salt Lake
Last Saturday even
ing about 7 oclock a Cottonwood hoosier
with a twohorse lumber wagon went
tearing down First South street and in
turning into Commercial street his horses
struck a little 10yearold girl with such
force as to knock her down and roll her
I several times over and into the ditch
Several bystanders witnessed the brutal
carelessness but did
not arrest the young
man who drove away and escaped his
just deserts Fortunately the little girl
was not seriously hurt but she was ter
ribly frightened with the narrow escape
University of Deserct Winter Se
The second term and winter semester
of the University will begin Monday
October 26th inst Beginning classes will
be organized in all the studies of the
preparatory course besides bookkeeping
zoology medijcval history and phonog
raphy in other courses For further
futher or
special information apply by letter or per
sonally to Jonx K PARK President
Where are you bound for I am going
to Simon Bros to secure one of their hats
ere they are all gone
We are now opening and receiving daily
a full line of Fall Clothing for Mens daiy
Boys wear GOLDSMITH Co
The Best Coal in the Market
Is sold by E R Clute 143 S Jnrwt lIain St
SMOKE the Celebrated Famous Cigar
manufactured by Sam Levy I
To the Citizens of Utah
The undersigned Commissioner for
Utah to the North South and Central
American Exposition to open at New
Orleans on the 10th day of November
next being desirous of exhibiting sam
ples of exhibiing sam
r Agriculture
I Horticulture
IH Raw and manufactured products
Ores Minerals and Woods
IV Furniture andaccessories
cessories V Textile Fabrics Clothing and ac
VI The Industrial Arts
I YH Alimentary Products
VII Education and Instruction
IX Works of Art etc
And being desirous of
displaying an ex
I hibit not to be excelled by any Territory
in the Union I invite the citizens of Utah
to forward samples of
products at
I as early a day as possible by express or
otherwise to the undersigned not later
that the 20th inst ltr
and advise me of the
shipment P E COXNOR
Commissioner for Utah
SALT LAKE CITY October 5 1885
Salt Lake City Brewing Company
President YicePresident
We are now prepared receive orders
BEER Special inducements given to pur
chasers of carload lots gyen pu
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 hitherto the public an article superior to any
offered in this market
Orders by telephone promptly attended
t JACOB lIouT prompty atended Tas
Prof A Andre
Languages and Music 43 E Second South
Street PO Box 200 Terms moderate I
Coolie or Cansiaii Is the Question
Thc Circular Issued by the
I Knights
I OGDEN Utah October 18th 1885
I Ogden was startled Saturday evening
by a sheet appearing in every place of
business call the Boycoite I enclose you
one and you can see that it is published
by the Knights of Labor and its object is
to boycott all persons that patronize the
Chinese in any shape form or manner
There is a great deal of talk regarding it
and many wonder i it will have the effect
of freezing out the Chinese There was a
circular issued about a week ago warning
everybody not to patronize the Chinese
unless they wished to be boycotted I
Knights of Labor Railroad men i Parti
cular Esteemed Citizens and Sympa
thizers throughout the Country and all I
Local Assemblies Union Pacific System
To protect and enhance the interests of
all honorable laboring men and women in
preference to Chinese slave labor is one of
on indomitable principles Persuasion has
been earnestly and patiently applied to each
and every citizen of Ogden for two months
With but few exceptions we are happy to
report universal success and cooperation
Having exhausted every mild effort known
to men we have determined to employ that
most powerful of agencies the Boycotte
resting assured that the support that
brother gives to brother will make its po
tency felttherefore we find it necessary inasmuch
asmuch as the Central Hotel A H Nelson
TT R nnmrmcainnm Trov Laundry mpfli
cine Harris Bros fruits and pi uceJ
Nelson real estate C Williamson painter
J S Lewis jeweler Win Carroll livery
stable H ShurtlifF saloon J Conlisk con
ductor J M Dee livery stable B K
Williams lawyer W Farrell stationer
Dyes Restaurant formerly Gem T A Per
ldnsDeputy Marshal Lyne Mercantile Co
Tl Dooly banker J A West real estate
T Cahoon U P coal agent Peebles drug
store George Marth real estate owner Mr
Turner superintendent for G A Lowe M
C Flygare builder Mr Metcalf conductor
Bachelors Club Boarding House Fourth
street V 11 C Silva hides and wool E
Morris D S E G freight collector A C
Bone confectionery J A Stephens Co
shippers J Warner millinery A h Kuhn ti
Bro merchants and Dr Ulrich have re
fused to discharge or cease trading with
Chinese to earnestly withdraw their patron
age immediately And further to exert
every honorable influence with those whom
we hope to benefit by relieving the com
munity of the Chinese element to do the
same Professional men will find it to their
interest to change their quarters until a set
tlement is made Coolie or Caucasian is
the question
We take pleasure in recommending as i
worthy and deserving of all favors we can
extend to them the following references
Broom Hotel Chamberlain House G W
Lashus G J Wright grocer Corey Bros
Wm Driver < te Son druggists T Malan
locksmith pumps James Wotherspoon
Browning Bros gunsmiths Hopkins Co
grocers Dan Marks cigars and tobacco
John Scowcroft Son C B Payson cigars
and tobacco W W Funge hardware etc
W H Wright Son Boyle Co furniture
W Thompson hardware PhI Grill butcher
T S Harrison furniture P Herdti gro
ceries H S Blancett grocer Thompson gr ii
Pardoe barbers I Bid butcher W Mor
ley barber I Marks clothing E J Wag
ner Co clothing H M Bond fruits and I
produce Keck S Tavey H Wardleigh
music dealer A Greenwell Jr butcher
Mr Munson harness etc
Ogden Utah Oct 17 1885 353
A very pleasant hop will be given here
Monday evening by the young men of this
town I is the chief topic as they are S
going to have some Italians to furnish C
music for them who haw just arrived I
from the East
The Cowboy Magician
Charles Adams is the name of the real L
modern Jack Hays now about Salt
Lake in the sombrero and full garb of a
Texas cowboy Adams something of
a genius in his adopted manner of living
He is 25 years of age and has many
thrilling stories of adventure and hair
breadth escapes experienced during his
short and checkered career on the plains I
and at tie capitol Adams has been
capitol a
government scout has traveled all over
the United States and only last year
made one of his wanderings across the
ocean into Europe He claims to be a
native of the metropolis with influential I
relations there living He doesnt travel
on his shape or muscle although
he is anything but inferior in these re
spects but Adams has
caught many an
anxious and curious fellow with one of his
clever tricks performed without detection
As an allround magician he is too smooth
for anything that has ever struck the
ordinary gaze of a Salt Lake yap So far
he seems to have acted
honorably in
making an occasional V by teaching one
of his numerous tricks He owns a ranch
in Texas but prefers to rove from place
to place in search of new sights I
Ladies misses and childrens under
wear in large variety and at extremely
low figures at the popular store of
Go to E R Cute 13 S Main St
And buy any kind of coal you want
Lectures on the Book of Mormon
The several lectures on the Book of
Mormon by Rev Lamb bound in
pamphlet style and for sale at 25 cents
per copy are selling numerously They cens
treat the subject from I
tle frm an entirely original
subject and are worthy of perusal I
Order Your Coal From Chute
street By telephone No 148 office 143 S Main
Our Dress Goods Dept
Shows a handsome display of silks vel
r l siks
vets and woolen fabrics which we offer at
reasonable prices Call and see them at
Great Reduction in Livery
At Mark McKimmins Livery Stable
Protect Your Family
It is the duty of every man rich or
poor who has created a home to make
some provisions against the inevitable
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tined by procuring a policy in the Mutual
I Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company Amerca the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
Hyams Agent 55 Main street Hooper
Eldridee Block Salt Lake City I
No More Extravagance in Millinery
The time when a husband turned pale
at the sight of his wifes millinery bill is
a thing of the past I no longer takes
almost their weight in gold to secure a
I fashionable hat or bonnet for a lady or
To Simon Bros is due the credit of
having brought about this desirable
change and that their efforts and prin
cipel of doing business have beenand
are well seconded by the ladies is easily
proven by paying a visit to their estab
lishment tstab
Their store is crowded from early morn
ing until late at night the force of clerks
being hardly sufficient to wait cerk
I their friends and customers al
Honorable treatment low prices at
tractive goods and courteous and obliging
I clerks will always prove a loadstone I
ladies bound to attract the attentions of the I
A Positive Boom Predicted on the
Camns Gold Belt Next Year
Rich Placers at the Head of the
Snake and at Biff Hole
The Golden Wealth of the Ccenr
DAlene Will Yet Stagger
the World
The Camas Gold Belt
The Wiswell mill ordered for the
Donovan group of claims in the Camas
Gold Belt says the Halley Times will be
delivered in about fifteen days I this I I
mill works successfully it will give a
great impetus to the development of the
Gold Belt as it will be the second in suc
cessful operation tlie experience of the
Camas No2 Company having been so
encouraging since it started up its mill
about three months ago that it has al
ready doubled the original number of its
stamps Started up last July with 1
stamps two more batteries of five stamps
each are being put in place This will
give the Gold Belt an aggregate daily
capacity 50 to 75 tons I as there is
every reason to believe the workg make
a good allwinter run there will be a
positive boom on the Camas Gold Belt
npxt PII
Placers at the Head of the Snake °
K P Plowman of Hailey says tho
InterIdaho who has been to the head of
Snake river with a prospecting party and
returned last week says he thinks the
mines in that vicinity are good The bars
average in depth of gravel from three to
fifteen or twenty feet and prospect very
well He thinks it will be large mining
locality The low bars are easily covered
with water by ditches He says there is
a good natural wagon road nearly all the
way to the mines About twentytwo
miles through theTeton Pass will require
some grading which once completed
wagons can get into the mines There is
a vast quantity cement gravel in these
mines that prospects well but Mr Plow
man says it will require crushing the
same as quartz to make it pay He
thinks the mines can be worked from the
first of May until the first of November
The climate he thinks is about the same
as that of the Boise Basin
The Big Hole Placers
The new placer diggings which have
caused some excitement and a stampede
recently are located about three miles
from the Gibbon battle ground on the
uppeijBig Hole says the Dillon Montana
Tribune The discovery is called Hughes
basin The discoverers are Barney
Hughes of Alder Gulch notoriety and
George Orr A large number of placer
claims have been located and recorded in
the new diggings The diggings as far
as prospected indicate good pay No
bedrock has been struck yet in the main
creekvhich is called Trail Creek but ten
feet of fine washed gravel contains gold in
sufficient quantities to pay with a hydrau
lic and bedrock flume Nine claims of
twenty acres to each claim have been
taken up in the new district Prospecting
is still going on and the prospectors ex
pect to strike bedstone with good results
Lumber is being sawed to put a flume in
in the spring and the present indications
are that the new diggings will prove a
valuable find
Cociir DAlcnes Gigantic Enterprise
The Murray Sun in speaking of the
great work now under way in the mines
of Cccur dAlene says The bedrock
flume now being dug on Prichard Creek
is the most
gigantic enterprise ever un
dertaken in the history of placer mining
There has been nothing to approach it in
California Australia Colorado or Mon
tanti and as it develops from day to day
all previous methods of gravel mining
are dwarfed into puny insignificance To
the old 49er whose attachment for water
ditches and hose is almost second nature
and who mined from Mexico to the Brit
ish possessions the project is incompre
hensible But the men who have inter
ested themselves in this enterprise evi
dently know what they have undertaken
They have new ideas and new methods
which will completely revolutionize
wi the
systems handed down to us by the
nauts They mine on the broadguage
principle using modern appliances and
in the places of the expensive ditches
will employ steam power to move the
earth and rob it of its riches It is the
dawn of Cceur dAlenes prosperity I and
the golden wealth that will be uncovered
will stagger the world
Another Judge Wanted in Idaho
There is a move on foot to get the Idaho
Delegate in Congress to
work for the ap
pointment of another District Judge
Distrct ge says
the InterIdaho as the work is getting to
be too much throughout the Territory for
three Judges The
move is a good one
and the fourth Justice with four districts
instead of three would shorten their
terms and not only lighten their work
but prove of much benefit litigants and
all concerned
The West Feeding the East
Enormous shipments of grain will be
made this fall eastward over the Northern
Pacific Railroad This years phenominal
yield of grain in the Pacific coast coun
tries and corresponding shortage in the
crops in some Eastern sections will cause
the transportation of thousands of bushels
of grain this year from the West to the
East and from the fact of the large grain
producing sections lying tributary to the
Northern Pacific it is inferred that the
great bulk of these shipments will
shipment wi pass
over this road The Oregon Railway
I Navigation Co have now all Raiway can do
in handling the immense quantities of
grain pouring in on them and the North
ern Pacific is now
Pacifc concentrating its box
cars in readiness to receive the grain
which will soon be delivered for shipment
to the East This will be an important
item to the company and will no doubt
have a perceptible influence upon the
earnings of the road for the fall months
A Nevada Man in Pine Creek
I A letter to the Tuscaora Nev Times
Review from State Senator John
I Powell
after giving a lengthy and rather favor
I able idea of the mines of the new Pine
I Creek district in Union county Oregon
I says Every dog has his day might
be applied to these
appled mines as n arly
every one has at some period of their
lmited development
enjoyed a local
utation as a bonanza There is but little
doing here in the development of mines
There is absolutely no mine working
which employs men on working
wages There
a little
ltle building and a few men find em I
are handy with
Many of the mine owners are leaving tools for 1
theseason and will not return °
work wi to do any
upon their
prospects until
son This camp is like all unt next sea
lke new
the coast Owners of locations camps on
wealthy in their minds are very
as a rule
very poor in their pockets Sfgg
that some have I am told
tions and as many a twenty loca
tons some
even more than timat
number Many of these locations are
owned by men who never owned a claim
of the misfortunes
before This is one of
the country is laboring under There is
no field for prospecting Locations are
piled up on top of each other in some
The DeinpseyCampbell Contest
The forthcoming DempseyCampbell
fight says the Portland Newt still forms
the subject of considerable discussion for
many Portlanders Campbell in active
and little
training yesterday during a litte I
playful practice with his trainer Duncan
McDonald is said to have floored that
athletic gentleman several times Two
athletc genteman I
or three ambitious visitors who are no
novices with the mitts donned thorn for i
a friendly bout with Dave and were
knocked into all sorts of shapes by the
Oregon champion Dempsey is working
hard and will be prime condition when
the unpleasantness between he and
Campbell commences Several large bets
have been made without odds either way
One bet of 500 was made that the fight
would not last for eight rounds Un
favorable comments however are heard
on every side because the fight is not to a
finish with bare knuckles It is to be a
genuine square oldfashioned fight but
many doubt it because it is not tot a
Minor Mention
And now the city wiseacres of Butte
have passed an ordinance making profan
ity on the street a punishable offense A
fivedollar fine for each and every offense
will not only make Butte the wealthiest
city in the West but the cops will be
dandies if they scoop em all in
The early closing movement is being
agitated in Butte Yesterday afternoon
those interested in the scheme met at the
Amphitheatre to decide on some meas
ures to be taken in the matter
Judge Hays the new Chief Justice of
Idaho has just finished his first term of
court at Salmon City He showed him
self to be an efficient and honorable Judge
We have just opened a beautiful line of
linen I cambric and silk handkerchiefs of
latest I designs SIMON BROS
THE Famous Cigar is known by con
noisseurs to be the best in the city
Sunday Evening October 25
At 830 Precisely
Pro ran0
1 Chorus Gloria Mozart
2 Violin Solo Andante from Con
certo Mendelssohn
Mr Willard Weihe
3 Ave Mara Gounod
Misses Daisie Woods Grace Young
and Crissie Lawson
Violinobligato piano and
Volnobllnto organ accom
4 Leb Rameaux Faure
Mr B B Young
5 Quartette God is a Spirit u
Mrs T J Mackintosh Miss HUUe Annie cunet
Peterson Mr T J Mackintosh
and Mr S B Young Jr
6 Thcre is a Green Hill Far Away Gounod
Miss Daisie Woods
7 ViolIn Solo Ave Maria Schubert
Mr Willard Weihe
8 O God Have Wiard St Paul Mendelssohn
Mr B B Young
9 Trio On Thee Each Living Soul
Await Miss Crissie Lawson Mr W W Mack Haydn
intosh and Mr T E Harper
10 Chorus The Hay Are eIngHaydn
ADMISSION 2j cents Reserved Seat 50 cts
Tickets for sale on cud after Wednesday next
at U P and D R G Ticket
nt Offices Calders
Music Palace and Coulter J Snelgroves
Notice for Publication
INo 2106
October 1J 1635
of JLi of their their followingnamed intention to make settlers final have proof filed in support notice I
respective claims
aifd that said proof
will be made
wi before the Register and Receiver
at Salt Lake City on Saturday November
1835 viz Wllllam A Barron Homestead Entrj
No 4704 for S J NW X and N 3 SW Section
20 Township 1 i Range 1 Wj and he names as
witnesses C J Thompson Henry Williams
Josenh Wiiams
Lake Hanson and James W Thomas of Sail
county Utah And Martha
widow of William Wayment Homestead
No 5179 for SE V Section 12 Entry
Township 6 N
Range 3 W stie
Wj and she names as her witnesses
George East Thomas H Bullock winesses
Bulock Way
ment and Joseph Wayment of Weber county
BID LOWE Attys for Applicants Register
We make a Specialty
Social Parties with Supplying Church and
wih everything incur line
No 29 E Fist South
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
A Specialty
Pricesto Suit th e Times
Call on us before purchasing elsewhere
152 lZ11 First Vard Soun Street Opposite
Assembly tho5
300 SHOE
Three Y1e I
160 Main
160 Street I
AbsohAtely PUFe5
This Powder never varies A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds and
ordmar klds cannot be sold i
competition with the multitude of low test r
short weight alum or phosphate Powders Sold
only in cans ROYAL BAKING POWDEP Co ioc
Wall street New York lo
Booths Select Oysters
SO Ote Jor Can
Transplanted Shell Oysters kept constantly
on hand Game and everything in season
S GAI ACIIEK Proprietor
127 Main Street
js I Chop House has opened a first class
Restaurant and Oyster O House at t
256 nVETfiiaa Soot
Three doors south of the Walker House
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 St
1 style The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City
Special Terms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 1200 per day
Elgin and Waltbam Watcb f
Special Agent for the Columbus Watch
148 Main Street Salt Lake City
You can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
And everything needed in that line 8
ery Locs Pj CoB
Stationers Bookselers
or call at our store by the Post
ofhce on Main street
LSubscriptions taken for periodic
in the world F
3 SC G
First Day of October 1SS5
Ladies and gentlemeuwbo
call at e who want to join mar
lug once Chemical Metallurgical and Jlia
Examinatons attended to and satisfaction
114 W FIRST STREET next to Herald KulWinr
Or Heral uldin
19 E Second South Street
Sole agents for the EXETER HEATER the
most EXEER
and reliable hecter in use
Water Pipes laid on short notice
49 East First South Street ST LAKE CITY
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