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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1835 j
i ARRIVALS AD DEPARTURES OF MAILS
k at the Salt Lake City Postofflce
4 ARRIVE CLOSE
iL Eastern 800pm 730 am
h California WcstUOO am 425 pm
h Montana ndNortbh8OOpm 720am
w IL H Q East 5OOpm 1030 am
Ogden Utah uuOOam 730 a m
ii Ogden Utah 00pm 453pm
Park Cltr < BiOOpia 730Am
Tooele County 400 pm 720 m
Alta Utah 1050am 630am
Bingham Utah 400pm 620am
fl SuthernUtah 650Jia 020 am
4 The above is stauaard mountain time
i JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster
Halt Lake City Utah March 218 I
1 ff
iUYt LV WU
Corrected daily by Wells Fargo Col
Silver New York 103
ts Silver London 17 716
fal New York per 10 lbs < 400
4L HATS HATS HATS
K Tall and Winter styles lit rrives L
i Voumaus
Tliis celebrated lat is light and flexible
t and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in
New York City
t H 7HT SIlvcrman s
Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
I ialty of and will sell it cheaper than any
house west of New York
StCtftOIlS
We cary the largest and most com
r plete line in the city both in soft and i
I stiff hat and at low prices
i NOBLE WOOD t Co
ff r The exclusive Halters corner west of I I
Opera House
r LOCAL JOTS
F j ttII i I Diphtheria rages unabated and several
E I new cases ar reported vrithin he city
I Roberts Nelden received today a car
r t load of mineral waters for the Utah trade
I t The Knights of St Den will give their
S f I i 4c opening evening ball at Jennings Hall next Friday
I Salt Lake will be flooded with at least
LL l I twenty theatrical performances within the
next thirty days
F i Two drunks were arraigned in the police
r ii plce
I court this morning and were assessed the
m usual price of such luxuries
m The careful management of the Pavilion
tl i is unquestioned and has been the means of
itl t J attrating an increased patronage
p The case of U J Wenner against Elias
Q Smith for official salary occupied the day
before the jury and several attorneys
1h I i reported that 500 reward will be paid
L f U to anyone returning the stenographic re
I I ports of the EurekaBeck mining suit
fil At the Opera House last night Haverlys
t I orchestra band
bad played several airs from the
t t I t r forthcoming lolantbe and Mikado
McCornick il C today received two cars
of Hanauer bullion 4600 Queen of the
1 Hills ore 2800 Crescent ore 75 total
ILii I value 11150
I All contributors to the Utah exhibits for
1 Uah exbits
i f the New Orleans Exposition are requested
1 I hand in their donations tomorrow and t
li f I I day after at the latest
If Sylvester Walker a resident of the west
h i part of town was tried in the police court
i U today for threatening t exterminate cour
i iR1 lowbeing and was fed 5
f
u i i In the case of Thomas McBride against
l i Joseph Baker et al the defendants were
t allowed until November 15th to file a state
ment on motion for a new trial
l tral
Henry Grow brought before Commissioner
McKay this morning on the charge of U C
t I I waived examination and was held in
ad 1500
wa
sja t I bonds to await the action of the Grand 15
tt fl I The members of Calanthe Lodge K of P o I
r n j are requested to meet in the library on
I lil l 1 1 Thursday evening at T30 oclock for the
I ll purpose of paying fraternal visit to Bocky
I Mountain Lodge
II i f The Harmony Club is rightly christened
I 1 At their opening party in Sheldons Hall last
M i night everything passed off joyously with
ip 1 smiles and good feeling in place of full dress
and unpleasantness fnI
i j Since Thursday of last week the air about
t the Union block has been rife with denunci
ations of a male occupant who i well imp in
I the use of the knife and abused his wife i
i hs
i t I It j badly that she has been confined to her bed s
ItI
I i CSanlsburys Troubadours played Thee of
t a Kind to a good house at the theatre last
1 s i nightnotwithstanding the minstrel perform
ance at the opera house Tonight the same
lively piece i presented and tomorrow
i i evening an entire change is announced
1 Yesterday afternoon a team which had
li I hauled a man wife and thirteen chit
ti I I I I t dren at all the way from Omaha got frightened I
an object on the State Road and ran
away The sheetiron stove
sheetion bedding and
1 i beddig
fifteen overland tourists
fteen were scattered
turts
3 i along the road in a striking manner but no
J4 one was injured
t jF I fl Haverlys AmericanEuropean Minstrels
lti 1 I closed their three performances at the Opera
r 1 I House last evening The usual large at
C j tendance was present and as demonstrative
l iJ 1I I in their appreciation of the Cragg a family arid
1iit na
tJ other specialties as ever The troupe ap
I t ll t pear Cheyenne tomorrow Wyoming evening hi Laramie then RJ
1 J PERSONAL
ii t I Pool Inspector Westcott of Ogden is in
m u I the city i
4
y frm H Provo VvCluff of Provo cameup last night
I I
I Mr S W Sears has gone on a business
j I trip to Chicago
1 Rev T C niff returned from a southern
I trip last evening
I I William Carroll of Ogden graces the
I I streets jOhn of the capital today graes
t JohnMcChrystal the live wideawake mer
wdeawake
j chant from Eureka is in the city r
il I I j I Mr Frank Maeder manager of Salsbnrys
4 I 1 Tubadou oal favored the DEMOOBIT with a i
j t Assistant Prosecuting Attorney C S Va
41 1 rian returned from a few days visit t Idaho
last
evening I
r u I eveng
i Mr Henry Wagener has returned from
Butt where he has established a fom
t dept for his celebrated California ber supply j
I Mrs Frank Maeder wife 6 fl the
M F Mdr ie te Manager
i I 1 of Salsbnrys Troubadours occupied a
proscenium box in the Opera House last
I Hous
I night
Mr Alex Mitchell
I x western
eter passenger
s agent of the Chicago Milwaukee fc St Paul
1 railway left Salt Late today on a short
I I trip to Butte Montana ahor I
t t Dr Lame manager of Janauschet ac I
We it companied by his wife is registered at the
I Valley House This celebrated i
I Yaley Houe Ths actress and
clebrte aotr ad
S
her standard i
u stdad company play at the Theatre
tit f j c ft next urday Wednesday Thursday Friday ad Teatr Sat
1i i Mr L D Tanner fatherinlaw of
our
r I f townsman Mr A D Bechtohis in Salt Lake
en route to Hs home in California from
Lftlt l if i I visiting his father in Wisconsin who fm
reached the advanced age of 93 years Mr
Tanner will leave for the coast year M
accompanied by Mr Beohtol and family
who go on a visit famiy I
I
Glenn Powers
This morning opened A Model Coffee I
iL Honsc at 57 W First South street where
they propose to give a square meal for 15
l cents This is fire cheapest place in town 1
l Everything is neat and stvlish
i net andstylish Call on
the Model I
Auction Auction A
On Thursday October29th at 10
urdr Octbr29th a m
at No 16 W Second South street of i
household goods counters and shelving
I scales oil tanks jars chest
1 oi tnk candy jar c1Cs of
carpenter and machinists tools etc
t < PUKGIK AxpgEvfi > toneer 1
Grand Xask Carnival
At the Pavilion on Saturday evening
October 31st I
L1
FROM HEADQUARTERS
The Shield of Faith Makes Its
scceBd Appearance from the
j I VndergromnA Regions
i I The following circular from the head
i quarters of the Mormon church fell into
1 the hands of a DEMOCRAT reporter to be
I j cried aloud to the people of Zion
I TIE SHIELD OF I FAITH l
j Published every semioccaaionally by
I Bumble BeerYol 1Utali Octo
ber 1885No 2
j
THE VISION OF OUR SAVIOR
1
t 1 Behold a sower went forth o sow
I l John Daynes And when he sowed
I someseed fell i upon stony places
I where they bad not much earth and I
forthwith they sprung up because they
had no deepness of earth and hen the
I sun was up they were jcorched j and I
J because they had no rot they withered I
away
John Sharp Orson P Arnold And
I 1 some fell among thorns and the thorns
1 sprung up ana choked them
I Rudger Clawson Amos 1I Musser
Francis A Brown Job Pmcree William
Rossiter John Nicholson Emi Olson
Charles White Edward BrainBut
other fell into good and
fel int ground brought
forth fruit some an hundredfold some
sixty fold some thirty fold
Hear ye therefore the parable of the
sower
Truman 0 AngellJrHe that re
ceived the seed into stony places the
same is he that heareth the word and
I anon with joy receiveth it j yet hath he
not root in himself but dureth for a
I while for when tribulation or persecu
tion ariseth because of the word by and
I b y he is offended
Septimus Wheat SearsIfe also that
leceiveth seed among the thorns is he
th at heareth the word and the care of
this world and the deceitfulness of riches
choke the word and he becometh un
fruitful
Wm Fotheringham Angus M Can
non Parley P Pratt Moroni Btown
II Hiram B Clawson Andrew Smith
Charles Seal Alfred Best James Wat
son But he that received the seed
into good ground i he that heareth tIe
word and understandeth it which also
beareth fruit and bringeth forth some
an hundredfold some sixtysome thirty
I THE CITY COUNCIL J i
The Sale of the City Creek Property I
to tie City Completed
The wise men of our city met in the
Council Chambers last evening with I
Mayor Sharp presiding
The business of the eveningfcgan i with
I a petition from Herman Hill and others
calling attention tc the condition of the
walk on the north side of Third South
etreet between Main and West Temple
and petitioning an ashphaltnm walk
f from the Cliff House t the Metropolitan
Hotel to be constructed ten feet wide
Referred to the Street Committee
I Through the petition of Mr 11 Cullen
t the license of the Capitol saloon a
transferred to Mr
John
tansierred l Duffey the pres
ent proprietor
Maria Worbleau a poor unfortunate
askedtthat the 3 tax on her favorite com
panion noble dog be appropriated
R W Crane was granted an auction
eers license for one year
C W Parker was given a retail liquor
retai
license for the quarter
The Mayor stated that he had
layor sttd obtoinec
a complete title to the City Creek prop
erty from J C Kingsbury on payment
of 20000per instructions from the Coun
cil on the 20th inst and had also ar
ranged the three 10000 notes at 6 per
cent per annum
The police justices report for last month
showed 99 cases tried and 177875 paid
in fines
The Enrollment
Committee reported
that the ordinance on Hawking and
Peddling had been signed and its pub
lication was recommended and adopted
fdopted
The Finance Committee had examined
the Auditors report for the quarter end
ing August 31st this year and found it i
corrct I will be published in accord
ance with law
The sum of 12620 was appropriated to
J1 Hoffman for blacksmith work also
2000 to pay the semiannual interest on
the Adjourned Wardell note of 50000
Bryant and His rends
Such is the title of a volume sketches
from the pen of General James Grant
Wilson which we have received from C
H Parsons Co The author has given
full biographical notes of the chief writ
ers who in beginning the career of let
begnning
ters in what was known a the H Knicker
bocker period of literary work in New
Yorkthat is about the frt fifty years
ffy year
of this century were pioneers of Aineri
can literature at large William Cullen
Bryant is taken as the centre around
which the others are grouped because
was among the very earliest and became
and remained the most eminent of the
brilliant circle The more complete
sketches a of Bryant Paulding Irving
Dana Cooper Halleck Drake Willis
Poe and Bayard Taylor who is one of
the prominent figures of the latter portion
of I the time covered and then follows a
folows
chapter entitled The Knickerbocker
Literature which after paying its re
spects I to those alre
sp ct already treated of pro
ceeds to give brief notices of about a score
of others of note but of lesser impor scor
tance such a Wood worth Pierpont
Verplanck Dr Francis Payne Leggett
George P Morris Hoffman Cozzens and
so on
The conception is a happy one and is
happily carried out the main facts in
the lives of the various writers
hriou writer are acces
sible in cyclopedias and in
cyclop ia an9 in voluminous
biographies but this attractive volume
groups together vyriters that form the
nucleus of an especially interesting period
and gives not only just the kind ot thing
the average reader intelligence wants to
know about each one but addsmany odd j
bits of literary gossip personal history
romance anecdote reminiscence and all I
that miscellaneous and gustatory class al
gusttor clas
material which in these
inquiring days
inquirng ays Ij
is oiAna so attractive under the collective name
There are too many points of interest
in such a volume to be pointed out or
even adequately suggested Gen Wilson
has made a delightful addition Wison
stores of literary and personal history
and in all mechanical accessories of make
up the book is notable for good taste and
beauty g
beautyP o Fords Howard Hurl
bert New York C I Parsons Co
Parns
Salt Lake City
Scnades I
Billiard and Beer Hall is now open to the
public Only the finest Qpn
pUblc fnet brands o Liquors I
and Cigars kept on hand atlGf Main St
W SCIIADE Proprietor
SMOKE the Celebrated I Famous Cigar I
manufactured by Sam Levy Cig I
f t
HAVING bought out the business of E
Pickering 29 E Second South l Street
we purpose t sell all staple and fancy
groceries at cost Goods are lower than
ever call and see usHARDY
i HARDY JENSENS
j I THREE OF A KOI
1 1
I SaUburj > s Troubadours at the The
atre Last Night An Amusing
I Entertainment
I
TTotwithstanding strong attendance
at the Opera House there was a splendid
audience at the Theatre last night to wit i
ness the opening Salsburys Trouba
dours in their farcical comedy Three of I
s Kind Although the piece like many I
others is without any particular plot1
unlike many others it is full of fu I
action situations and crisp and sparkling
dialogue Nate Salsbury was very amus
ing as Jack Potts his songs recitations
and much of the
gags receiving ap
plause the soliloquy To draw or P
draw being one of the taking bits The
vivacious acting of Miss Nellie McHenry
a Dolly Dashwood the lady boarder
secmed very liberal applause The bal
ance of the performers were fully up to c
the standard the piece was nicely set on
the stage but the music was not the
finest inthe land This evening the
troubadours will repeat H Three of a
Kind and tomorrow evening will ap
pear in anentire new bill l ap
THE WALKER OPERA HOUSE
A Probability that Mr Fred E
Wright will Take the Manage
mcnt of This Elegant Place
of Amusement
During our interview yesterday with
Mr Fred E AVrightj manager of the
minstrels the conversation turned upon
the management of the Walker Opera
House Mr Wright informed the re
porter that he had been offered the man
agement of this place of amusement and
that he had seriously considered accept
ing the office in fact if Mr Haverly will
release him from his engagement of
which contract there remains but six
months unexpired he would shortly return
unexped
turn and take charge of the house We
hop such wi be the case and for more
reasons than one In the first place it
s desitable that this costly and
wellappointed temple of amuse
ment should have a a manager a
man of professional experience
and personal acquaintance with
other managers actors and companies
This Mr Wright has He is also
111 Vrightha a gentle
man by nature and a scholar by travel L
and education He takes no stock in L
snide shows and will not trifle with I
anything that is not firstclass He has 1
been eight years with Haverly and being
on the best terms with him insures the
appearance at the Walker all Haverlys I
attractions sent out on the road We
think the Walkers will do wisely if they
can get Mr Wrightffor manager to instal 1
him The public would have reason to
rejoice and the house itself would iake its
is
legitimate l place as one of the most popular
as tit is now one of the most elegant
theatres in the West I
JohnTaylor SonNo 43 and 45 Secom
South Street havejust received a choice
lot I of Fall and Winter Woolens which
they offer to make up in firstclass style
at greatly reduced rates
Where are you bound for I am going
t Simon Bros to secure one of their hah
I ere they are all gone
Arrival
We are now opening and receiving daih
a full line of Fall Clothing for Mens and
Boys wear GOLDSMITH Co
1878 Established 1878
Jos Baumgarten the Fashionable
Tailor calls the public attention to the
fact that he makes a specialty of over
coats Swallowtail and Business Suits at
the lowest prices in this city
Salt lake City Brewing Company
l1 CULLEN H W MORSE
President VicePresident I
We are now prepared to receive orders
for our CELEBKAIED BUDWEISER LAGER
BEER Special inducements given to pur
chasers of carload lots
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material 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
to JACOB MORITZ Sec Treas
I How to Consult DrFootesr by Mail
Dr Foote Senior author of Plain
HomeTalk Medical Common Sense
etc etc would say to those who would
like tQ consult him by mail that they can
have a list of questions and a circular of
gratuitous advice by addressing Box 414
Sal Lake City The doctor has arranged i
I to have such information supplied in this
way t save time Deceiving such printed
I matter the correspondent can describe
his or her case fully and direct it to the
I doctor in New York Dr Foote is i
successfully treating all forms of chronic
I diseases a specialty which
1s spcialy o he has de
voted tiiirty years of study and practice
Evidences his success can also be had
by addressing Box 414 as above but al
letters of consultation and orders all
remedies should be addressed t Dr E
B Foole Sr 120 Lexington Avenue
New York City N Y Consultation free
Consultton
A advertisement of Dr Foote Sr in i
1 another place deserves attention I
To the Citizens of Utah
The undersigned Commissioner for
Utah t 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
I Agriculture i
I Horticulture I
II Raw and manufactured piodncts
Ores Minerals and Woods pl < ii
IV Furniture and accessories I
V Textile Fabrics acessre Clothig and ac
cessories I
V The Industrial Arts
VH Alimentary Products
VHI Education and Instruction I
I Works of Art etc
And being desirous of
displaying an ex
hibit not to be excelled by
exceled any Territory I
Terrtor
in the Union invite the citizens of Utah
to forward samples of above products at
as early a day a possible by pruct express or I
otherwise to the
undersigned not later
th the Jt i
20th inst and advise me of the
shipment P E CONNOR I
r Commissioner for Utah I
SALT LE CITY October 5 1885 i
FOR 3 good smoke try the Famous
tr
Cigar for sale by Sam Levy
If arranger visiting Salt Lake thinks
business i quiet her let him come to
Simon Brs store and he will soon be
convinced to the
conviqed contrary
Ladies misses and childrens under
wear in large variety and at
vaet extremely
low figures at the popular store of
SIMON BROS I
Judicious advertising g hacked by
carry
1ced
ing outrall you claim to do will eventually
wi
eyenttl
pay Simon Bros
Br are proving this more
and more from dayto day mor
Wanted
Ago g and steam fitter or plumber
Apply immediately at Heesch Eller
becks No 49 E First South street I
j
T
4
THE SILVER PROBLEM
Letter from Hon Edwards Pierr
pout to Hon A J Warner
MARIETTA 0 Oct 23lIon A TJ
Yer has just received the following
letter on the silver question from Hon
Edwards Pierrepont the eminent law
yer who was AttorneyGeneral and subsequently
equently Minister to England duriugthe
Grant administration The importance
ofth f subject he eminpnqe of the writer
and the force and clearness with which
cearess
the question presented make the letter
worthy of careful attention
No 103 EIFTII AVENUE NEW YORK
October 221885 The Hon A J War
nerl1 C My Dear Sir Within some
forty days Congress will meet and the S
wil te
cur n y question will come to the front
I will soon appear whether the Congress I
surrender to the gold power or abso
lately protects the people
The gold men will strive to exclude sil
ver from the currency This is the danger
of which the President in his letter the
24th of February gave warning when he
said I i of momentous importace to I
I pany prevent the two metals from parting cornn
Producing silver more largely than any
other nation we have contrived to help
decrease its value and to advance the
price of gold
By the coinage act of 1873 we made the
tint
gold dollar our unit of value and de
monetized silver and from that date until
1878 the silver dollar was not a coin ofl E J
the United States
We have made the coinage of gold free
goldiee
and forbidden the free coinage of silver
The great famine in India prevented ihat
populous country from taking their usual
amount of exchange There was a fall
ing off in a single year of 53478205
and the action of > the German empire
with other powers in adopting the gobI
standard and that of the Latin union in
ceasing to coin silver besides a large
yield of the mines all ombined to re 5
duce the price and then having aided
in depressing the relative lue of silver
we passed the Bland bill making 412M
grains a legal tender dollar and without
any provision for circulating this bulk
coin by means of notes that would pay
debts This scheme has failed
In England as you know coinage is i
free Anyone can take gold bullion of
standard fineness to the Bank of England
dh
and receive jtherefor bank notes which
are a l gal tender and convertible into
coin at the holders will
I our government will allow its i
I rena the like freedom in regard to silver
the danger of the two metals parting
company would vanish
In a former paper I have shown how a
single gold currency whichis of necessity
small enables combinations of capital to
lockrmuch of it up make money tight
raise the rate of interest depress prop
I erty and despoil the people prop
The only objection raised against silver
money is thatit fluctuates in value
In the first place small fluctuation in
the bullion value of silver circulated
through legal tender notes is of no im
portance and next it is not true that silver
ver coin under the same equal legislation
as that applied to gold coin fluctuates
materially as history proves During
the period of forty years next prior to
1873 there was scarce any fluctuation in
the London price of silver In 1833 it
was a fraction over 59d j in 1873 it was
the same But before that year ended
I the United States the crreat German em
I pire Denmark Sweden and Norway
I
soon followed by Prance Belgium Swit I
zerland Greece and Holland ceased the
coinage of silver and Great Britain had
long before demonetized it These causes
have combined to depress silver Most
siyer lost
of the causes will endure and the value
of silver will remain depressed and no
act of Congress can prevent it Congress
may increase the price of silver consider
ably by increasing the metal in a dollar
making coinage free and circulating sil I
yen by means of legal tender note but no
congressional action can restore silver to
the value which it had prior to 1873 Let
the chief powers of the world treat gold
as they have treated silver and gold
would fall and fluctuate as rapidly as silver
verThat the causes above named have I
given a permanent depression to silver
seems to have been overlooked by those
who contend that the silver dollar of
412 > < grains pan be legislated up to the I
value flf Inllora
gold Vr nut rv I
dolarg nlt nto 0
gress Not one of the leading nations oi
Europe coin silver any longer The gold I
mines yield less of gold and the use of
gold in the arts increases How can the 1
relative value of silver fail to remain less
than before these important changes I
took place
I we would circulate silver we must
increase the weight of the dollar and
issue legal tender notes upon the deposit
of silver C But the goldparty do not wish
to have silver dollars of dC
dolars any weight or to
have silver circulated in any form
The gold party are compact organized j
know exactly what they want and con
centrate their energies to attain their
end The bankers convention at Chi
cago resolved that the law should be
immediately suspended and remain sue
pended until an international agreement
of the leading commercial nations gives
substantial assurance as to the future re
Jatons of frnlf and ailirav oa mnnOn 9J
This means suspension forever J As a
rule to which there are some eminent I
exceptions bank presidents are nol
statesmen and they care little about not
tte
effect of a financial act upon the great
body of the nation geat
The business of a bank president is te
make all the money he can for his bank
the duty of an American statesman is tc
understand and the
protect interests of
the whole people I
The able men b hind this gold move
ment know well that i the Bland move bill is
repealed without a substitute silver wii
forthwith ceaseto Bubstiute cin As T have
before stated when this bill was passed
I the silver dollar was not a coin of the
i United States and had not
Unitd Stts been since it
demonetized in 1873
The silver men will be worsted in this I
contest unless they change their tactics
and unite upon > a measure which i fair
and reasonable It I
Ilis not Jail or reason
able t insist that 412 grains of silver
shall make a legal tender dollar when i
dolar when I
for the reasons above stated its intrinsic I
raop
value i far less than the gold dollar the I
unit of
value which we ourselves have t
established I
lOnehal of the people have been made
to look upon the present silver dollar as
dolar
a fraud I wa not intended i as a fraud a
Those who passed the bill from a forget
fulness of the fact that silver had been
depreciated by the combined action of 1 L
many foreign nations excluding itfrom
coinage mistakenly thought that the
value of the old dollar could be restored
bv an act of Congress If the silver men
siler me
are not blind they must see that
measured by our own unit of value
412 > < grains of silver are worth much
l s than they were twenty years ago
and that it is grps s injustice to attempt to
g atempt
force the depreciated dollar into
preated dol ito currency
I I the silver men wfll survey the situation
I they dannot fail to see that the gold men
are gaining rapidly and that mostof those 1
I whoa year ago claimed to be in favor of
a honest silver dollar now oppose
every measure which contains a substitute
meaur whcn ntins
fortheBland substtute II
I forlheBlaId bill and demantl an im
mediate and unconditional repeal or
I suspension of it and by every means i
fr t c
strive to hinder the consideration of any
plan to circulate silver dollars at all
If the silver men will unite upon a fair
and honest measure they can carry it i
they do not their defeat i certain No
plan which doesmot propose to increase
the weight ot te SJ sIver profs will pass 1
and no bill which does notprovide for the
circulation of silver through government
notesought t pass Your plan which
so fairly meets the objection abQut the
ratio of gold t silver regeivjes no favor
from the professed silver7men who say 4
that they want an honestsilver dolar saS
the truth i that such are under the power
of the goldjrulers and will votegwith them L
when the test comes
I silver men can b made to believe I
that the unconditional suspension of the
coinage act of 1878 will enhance the price
of silver they ought t hasten to an nay
lum for idiots and not go to Congress
Free coinage of silver or what is the
same in effect allowing any one to deposit I
com or legal tender notes at the rate of so
many grains to the dollar a shall equal
in value the gold dollar the grains in the
silver dollar to be determined by the
average value of silver for the last three
yearsthat will increase the price of
silver and largely benefit the country
It is true that we drop the twaddle
about gold being the life blood of the
nation and cease to tremble at the state
ment of gold No considerable amount
of f gold ever goes abroad except to pay
balances and if we had legal tender sil
ver notes of gold value tle shipment of
gold would cause no more disturbance
than the shipment of wheat
There is nothing in the objection that
silver may sometimes rise or fall I sil
ver should rise above par it would go
abroad topay balances or to be returned
in m gold I it fell below par would sty
here and perform l of the functions of
money and gold shipments would cause
no panic
This is the richest nation in the world
and we are not a debtor nation I is
ime that we had a financial system of
our own suited to our conditionsas every
other nation has and it i high time we
cease begging the old monarchies of Eu
rope to tell us in what ratio t gold we
may coin silver
It will be a sorry day for this vast
country which requires a currency of
amount when the
proportionate wben currency
i is reduced to gold and controlled by a
comparatively small number of capital
ists i who can combine as they have done
England to make money tight in
order toextort tribute from those who
have debts falling due I is true that
the people do not yet understand how it
is that those who are diligent in busi
ness careful and honest find their say
ings swept away by a tight money mar
ket which drives them to great sacrifices
of their property in order t i meet their
liabilities Reduce the currency toigolc
and such will have more stringent experi
enceand may perhaps discover that it if i s
in the nature of fallen man by means o f
combinations to seek dominion over his
fellow men
felow tl
In England the money power has com
bined with feudal lords and ihe grea t
land owners and the best ofthem boas t
that they stand by their order boat
country while slavery lasted slavehold
ers stood by their order The only
real order left with us is the money or
del and he must be a drowsy observe
who does not see that its power is fast in
creasing Contract the currency to gold
make it sole legal tender and in fiftj
fft
years revolution will come or pauper Isi
bor degraded as that of Europe
I am ever EDWARDS faithfully yours
EmvADs PIERREPONT I
White House I
For the best meals and rooms go t the
White house Everything firstclass and I
low rates
The rush for goods at Simon Bros con L
tinues and i anything is increasing
Great Seduction in livery
At Mark McKimmins Livery Stable
TwentyFive Cent
Gentlemen can save twentyfive per
cent by having their business and dress
stilts made at our Mammoth Establish
ment We guarantee fit workmanship
and satisfaction or money returned
F 1 AUERBACH BRO
Lectures on tie Book of Mormon
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
I treat the subject from an eItirely original
subject and are worthy of perusal
No More Extravagance in Millinery
The time when husband turned pale
at the sight of his wifes millinery bill is
a thing of the past I no longer takes
tkes
almost then woight in gold to secure a
child fashionable hat or bonnet for f lady or
chld c it
vx
Jf
To Simon BIOS is due the credit of
having brought about this desirable i
charge and that their efforts and prin
cipel of doing business havebeen and L
are well seconded by thp ladies is easily
eaiy
proven by paying a visit to their estab
lishment bStUQ
Their store is crowded from early morn
ing until late at night the force of mor clerks I
being hardly sufficient to wait cerks
their friends and customers al
Honorable treatment low
prices at
tractive goods and courteous and obliging
clerks will always prove a loadstope
ladies bound to attract the attentions of the 1
COAL OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First Sout Street Lmp
Prof A Andre
Languages andMusic 43 E Second South
Street P 0 Box 200 Terms moderate
THE Famous Cigar is known by con
noisseurs to be the best in the city
v
We have just opened a beautiful line of f
linen cambric and silk handkerchiefs of
latest designs SIMON BROS
I
E SELLS JAMES TUCKER H W SELLS
SELLS CO
Wholesale and Jtetall Dealers in
ILU BER r
FLOORING RUSTIC
I SIDING LATHS O
SHINGLES PICKETS
j i l WINDOWWEIGHTS NAILS
II DOORS WINDOWS MOULDING I
i A Specialty i t
1
I Prices to Suit the times
I ORDERS FOR RED PINE SOLICITED
I Call on us before
I purchasing elsewhere q
152 W First South Street
So1tl Oppeslte
14th Ward Assembly Beams
1 i
MORRIS 1
The Painter
c
s
t the Opera Honse j
the
splendid attendance at
There was a atendance
Walker Opera House last night to see the
Minstrelsln their third performance s
on the previous night the shovr was first
cl las and thoroughly enjoyed by the I
auditors The neatest acts were the Cragg
familys acrobatic eat and the Pythian
Knights dress parade I is safe to say
that i j1any dess a day since anmore artistic
find pretfier thinghasbeen seen than this
tt thig
Uast mentioned > piece It was well done
and Mr J Gorman the inventor is en
titled to great Credit for the originality
of it
The Minstrels go East from here The
company has done a geodbusineSSfring
this engagement which not only shows
that black face entertainments are not
wanine but that whenever there is a frt
wanini House
rate company the Walker Opera
the public will patronize the place with
out preference for the other house
AMUSEMENT I I
Salt Lake Theatre I
ToNight Wednesday
THE FAMOUS SALSBURYS
TROUBADOURS
Including those Eminent Artists
NELLIE McHENRY and NATE SALSBURY
Presenting the Greatest Success of all Plays
3OF I KIND
With Its Wealth of Music
Seo that Game of Poker I
New Songs New Features 5 i
I
TQc c I
Thursday October 29th
Entire change of bill rind theirlast appearanoo
Tom Dick and Harry
By the same author
Reserved Seats without extra charge
NEW TODAY
tp
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Application for Patent
Notice No 1371
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
LA
C SALT LAKE CIT Utah October 1So
NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
I Carlbtto Mining Co by its President
and duly authorized agent E Alff whose post st
office address is Saltiake City Utah has made
application for a United States Patent for the
Sunshine mining claim situate in American
Fork Mining District Utah County Utah Ter
ritory consisting of 1500 linear feet of the lode
and surface ground 599 86 feetwide being Lt
No 7 and described in the field notes and
plat of the official survey on file in this office
with magnetic variation at 16 degrees 3 min
utes east a follows Commencing at the dis
covery point thence S 3 degrees W 400 feet
thence N 75 degrees 40 minutes W 3186 feet
t Post No i thence S 75 degrees 40mlfautesE
6376 feet to Post No2 U ecoN 3 degrees E
376 3 feet to Post No 3 thence N 2 degrees 5
minutes E 11228 feet to Post No4 thence N 75
degrees 40 minutes W 612 feet to Post No5
thence S 2 degrees 5 minutes W 10772 feet to I
Post No6 thence S 3 degrees W 4237 feet to
Post No 1 the place of beginning 427 exterior
boundaries containing an area of 2068 acres I
from which the area in conflict with the Utah
lode is expressly excepted and excludedleav
ing an area of 1948 acres applied for
i4hc SrtP
1 ff
From center of the north end line of claim
U SI M No 1 bears south 27 degrees 21 min
utes east 5728 feet distant The said mining
claim being of record in the office of the re i
corder of said Mining District at Forrest City
Ciy I
in Utah County Utah The nearest known lo
Chance cations bets Anna Utah and First
I direct that this notice be published in the I
SALT LAKJ EVENED DEMOCRAT the
KF newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for i I
the period of sixty days
T C BAIW Attorney H McMASTER Register
DELINQUENT Tk I
CITY TAXES I
The City Taxes for the I
Cty year 1S35 remaining
155
unpaid on the < r
31st BAY OF OCTOBEII
Will become delinquent and unless they are I
paid on or before the above date I shall be
obliged law to collect with costs as provided by 1
M W TAYLOR Collector I
TAYLOR Colector I
I
STOCICHOCDEHS MEETING
I
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
ex the Deer
Creek Mining Company for the
purpose acting upon a proposition to disin I
profosion dlshl
corporate saidCompany will be held on Sat I
Ujday December 5thl885 atl2 mat the office
qf A Gebhardfc fce
By order of Directors
A GEBHARDT President I
Notice or Stockholders Meeting
OFFIcEiuE UTAH EASTERN R R fgl
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
li m etnf of the stockholders of the Utah
ic Eastern Railroad Company will be held at
the office of the Salt Lake Western Railway
Company No Raiway
3 West First South street in
Salt Lake City on Monday the sixteenth day
of
NovemberA D 1885 at 1 oclock a m for
transaction the purpose of of electing such other directors business and as for mt may the
properly come before such meeting
HENRY IcFABLANDSecretary
Secretary
Boston Oct 15 MCFALDSecretar I
SPECIAL NOTICE f
O
TAX PAY s
A LL PERSONS OWING
A TERRITORIAL
Li TERRTORAL
School
and County TAxes
uSed that all of said are bereby no
tfed al taxes
sad taes remainIng
the 31st day of October become d upald on
i will be theduty of the lnquent and
Colector proceed
immediately thereafter to collect I j
by law thereafer colect the same as
Extract from Section 19 I
Chapterm Secton o
Lw81f Utah 1878
I any person neglect I
or refuse to
neglect his f
taxes on or before par
the 31st
3st day of October in the
the
oUhe year Collector taxes are assessed i shall be the duty I
taxsbleTropetty to of levy the uPoir enough persona l I
Itr9pery taxpayerttopaV tha
taxes etc and costs and proceed yer the p tc
N V JONES
Collector for Salt Lake County I I
M Snt Lke
Office No 2
Ofce County CourtHouse
Salt Lake City Oct 21 CourtHouse 18 I
I S INGMILLS 1 I i
SA x inT
Sampling Worksi T
SALT
S LT LAKE CITY UTAH
The Only Sampling Mill i Utah I
n Uth
I T Using Bolls
WHEREDY I CAIN GUARANTR
vy accurate sample of GUARANT AN I
crushing to any desired fineness Ore by I
the fneness so as to obtain
actual value a
1
The
Theworkwlli
vauer be I
entire wit under
sugriipn All my
CE C
SUIrIWn cOnsignments
ceive prodipt l car fUlI Uenton will rej
City Office No139s Main Street
Mill near Utah Central Depot POBox5C5 f cal
FRK FOOTE lug
Proprietor
opretr I gU
l II
CON Coi
tOt
UTE J
I ORE SAMPLING MILL I
I Ores and Bullion 0 Carefully Sampled I
SPECIAL sae Ores ATTENTION and Bullion GIVEN TO ThE I
Mill
pIe Street between Bulon Mi South Tem I me
4
Cent Balrad Ut d Nevada ad Utah
Bankof Utah Dept ro Office over London f 1
49
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER
R YAWi
J I
t
POWDER AKI6
Absolutely Pure
ThlsPowdernever varies A marvel of purtr
strength aud wholesomeness More economic r
than the ordinary kinds and cannot he sold in
competition with the multitude of low test
short weight alum phosphate Powder Sold
only in cans RoYAL BAKING POWDER Co ice
W all street New York 10
T
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
CENTAL
ARCADE RESTAURANT
I A NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Booths Select Oysters
SO Gtet Per Can
J
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
SECOND TO NONE
Transplanted Shell Oysters kept constantly
on hand Game everything in season constnnlr
J GAtfcACHEK Proprietor
127 Main Street
C FcNA
Restaurant
NEW OYSTER HOUSE
XT BERNARDIS LATE OF THE VIENNA
JLN Chop House has opened a first class
Restaurant ll and Oyster O House at
5C Dai S1rco
Three dpors south of the Walker House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
And will be under the
w11 supervision of the pro
prietor who intends to mae this the Oyster pro
House par excellence of the Territory
NICK BERXAHDIS
ST JAMES HOTEL
Main St South of Third South St
TTUTTED lIP THROUGHOUT IN FIRST CLASS
JJ style The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City
Special Terms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 200pecday
l GREENJEYTALI Prop
JEWELRY
O
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fi 4
IIcwAEw
WATCHES
Elgin and Jalfan Safeties
pecial Agent for the Columbus Watch
1 48
Main Street Salt Lake Citj
T
ELIAS ONS
142 MAIN STREET
YU can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everythingneeded in that Hue rt
e1YLovcs Prjc06
Stationers Booksellers
ORDER YOUR GOODS OP US BY MAIL or
telephone or call at our store by the Post
office on Main street
SCHOOL BOOKS
NEWSPAPERS
< lfAGAINESih
ARTISTS SUPPLIES
OP EVERY KIND
Jf Subscriptions taken for
periodical
in any perodical
n the world
0 H PARSONS l 00
rHE POLYT EtH NICE
OF
E 3BSCJ +
WILL PEN OX THE
n < THE
First Dayn of October 1885
HEMISTRYJ METALLURGY AND MHWIG
THOROUGHLY TAUGHT
Ldies and cntlenien who want to join maY
II once Chemical Metallurgies and lila
Ig Examination3
Exainatons attended to and atsflctJI
1 4 W FIRST
FItT STREET nextto Herald Bulldln
nexlo luldln
Or 143 E Second South Street
Heesch Elierbeck
PLUMBERS
Sole agents for the EXETER HEATER the
most HETER
economical and reliable heater In use
Water PipesTlaid
PI
Pipes laid on short notice
East First SouthStreet a SALT LAKE CITY
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