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THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 18S5
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VuKITALS AND DEPARTURES OF 2IAILS
at the Salt Lake City Postofilcr
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JOHN T LYICH Postmaster
idt Lake City Utah MarCh 221885
Silver > Quotations
Cnrrcctell dally by Wells Fargo J Co
Silver 1CW York 1O2
Silver London 4i
LanG < ew York1Jer lOlibs 445
HATS HATS JUTS
Tall and Winter Stylos Tust Arrived
IoaiiJiijiV
This celebrated hat is light and flexible
and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in
I New York City
K2 M SISvornKiiis
Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
ialty of and will sell it cheaper than any
house west of New Stetsons York I
We carry the largest and most com
plete line in the city both in soft and
t stiff hats and at low prices
l NOBLE WOOD Co
1 The exclusive Hatters corner west of
i Opoa House
LOCAL JOTS
The wires both east and west are working
badly today on account of stormy weather
I The members of the Careless Grand Opera
Company are reqnested to meet tonight at
Careless music parlors
Owing to the late arrival of Leavitts
Spcciales it was nearly 9 oclock when tho
I curtain rose last night
a Tho genial Knights of St Dennis give an
I other of their delightful parties in the
elegant Olympio Hall tomorrow night
I The four cases of the peoplo vs Brig Y
I Hampton were set for hearing before Judge
Zano Wednesday morning December 16th
All the members of lolantho are re
I quested to be in attendance at a full re
hearsal at Calders this evening at 730
I oclock
McCorniclr Co today received two cars
of Hanauer bullion 4940 Nevada ores 2
220 and Queen of the Hills ore l10i total l
f value 260
Several of the Utah stock men who went
down Ole Mississip on a visit to Now
h Orleans are hurrying homo on account of
I the present snow storms
Mrs Henry Lewis of Corinneis in the city
n guest of Mrs Ransohoff on West Fifth
South street Mrs Lewis is continuing the
mercantile business of her late husband and
reports trade as very good in the northern
country
William Orriok tried and found guilty of
murder in the Irst degrro in the Second
District Court at Beaver last term was
granted a new trial and taken south today
by the newlyappointed deputy marshal
Gleason
c In the divorce case of Lewis Endo vs
Lydia Ende which was argued and sub
mitted yesterday in the Third District
Court Judge Zauo this morning granted a
decree as prayed plaintiff to pay costs and
100 to defendant
The wellestablished Philemon Debating
t Club meet tomorrow night in the Ninth
i ward schoolhouse when a choice programme
I will be carried out in connection with the
discussion of tho question Can more be
Learned by Conversation than Reading
At the installation of officers of the Argenta
Lodge mentioned in last evenings Dane
CBAT the following were the elective officers
installed in their respective chairs C M
I
Armstrong Master F m Bishop Senior
Warden James Glendenning Junior War
ii den W C Hall Treasurer and W C Phil
lips Secretary r
Tho oldest deepest and filthiest raudholo
ri in j the city is on Main street at the crossing
i between Barnes and Teasdels stores Sev
eral ladies have ruined their dresses in cross
I ing the miserable place any number of chil
I dren have fallen into it the city papers have
used it for a subject of comment scores of
times and yet the owners of the disgusting
e sinkhole will not remove the nuisance
r PERSONAL
Mr Daniel Swan of Bingham was an in
terested spectator of The Mikado last
night
Mr W H Snedaker for the past three
I years tho efficient car nccouuttm of the
Denver S Rio Grande Western in this city
left for San Francisco yesterday where he
L has been worthily promoted to the traveling
passenger agency of tho Scenic Route for
the Coast 1Sned has a host of friends in
Salt Lake who wish him all the success his
I J labor true merits entitle him to in his new field of
Auction I Auction 1
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Of Furniture on Saturday December
12th at 10 A M at No 109 West Temple
street opposite Continental Hotel Four
teenroom house comprising parlor
dining room kitchen and bedroom furni
ture carpets chairs rockers tables
wardrobes cupboards curtains lambre
quin crockery and glassware paintings
one sewing machine toilet sets table
cutlery This is the largest sale of the
season The goods are in good shape I
DunG ANDREWS
C Auctioneers
DOAT BUY
Your Christmas Candy at any other place
but the Oyster Grotto
The finest assortment of Christmas
Goods Fancy Boxes Pure Homemade
Candies in Utah
Fivepound box Homemade Candy 1
No adulteration in our goods
Il GEonon ARBOGAST
F Aueruach Bro
Our display of Christmas goods is the
most varied and suitable for presents ever
offered in this city livery country from
Japan to Switzerland has contributed to
I the collection They must ho seen to be
appreciated
oM
Schadcs
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Billiard and Beer Hall is now open to the
public Only tho finest brands of Liquors
and Cigars kept on hand at 107 Main St
i W SCHADE Proprietor
Ilti 1S7S Established 1S7S
JOg 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
White House
For the best meals and rooms go to the
White house Everything firstclass and
low rates J
JohnTaylor SonNo 43 and 45 Second
South Street have just received a choice
lot of Fall and Winter Woolens which
they offer to make up in firstclass style
at greatly reduced rates
We Arc Never Undersold
We invite you to inspect our Holiday
and Toilet articles as well as other goods
before purchasing elsewhere
GODBE Pms Co
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1 THE YANDERCOOK CASE
I Argument of Counsel Before the
Third District Court
j
A large crowd of eager listeners filled
the Third District Court room today to
hear the Vandercook habeas corpus case
before Judge Jane Judge McBride con
ducted the defense and Williams
Young Franklin D Richards and At
torney Waddell appeared for the prosecu
tion
On request of Marshal Ireland through
Mr Varian Mr Vandercook was excused
from appearing on account of some im
portant official work to perform
Judge McBride moved the court for the
discharge of Defendant Vandercook on
the following grounds First The com
plaint does not charge the petitioner with
any offense Second The warrant is
sued pursuant to said complaint is void
for reason that no sufficient complaint
existed for its issue ThirdSaid justices
court has no jurisdiction to try the al
leged offense the same i any offense
being only punishable by indictment
regularly found by u Grand Jury in the
District Court
The wholeforenoon was consumed by
Judge McBride in an exhaustive xplosion
of the complaint which was shown to
be defective throughout its construction
The charging of lewdness constituted I
NO GROUNDS FOR A CRIME
Being committed by the defendant The
Utah legislators forming the present
code conferred certain powers upon the
Justices Court beyond the power set
forth in the Organic Act The Constitu
I tion of the United States provides that
every man shall be entitled to a trial by
twelve jurymen and not subjected t a
trial by six as the statute of Utah con
fers upon a Justices Court The phrase
prostitution is only applicable to
females and has no bearing to the male
sex at all Utah is the only spot
in the Union
where there is no
law against adultery fornication and in I
cest which are sexual crimes the wide
universe over Tne legislators repealed
the prohibitory laws against fornication
and adultery and provide no punishment
for these crimes The punishment of
incest never was upon the statute books
of Utah The makers of the law have
lumped matters off in a loose manner
under such vague and general terms as
lewdness which isnecessarily left for
the Court to interpret The defendant
in this case cannot know what to plead
when the charges are not definitely
stated and made clear The term < re
sort means frequenting a place and does
not become a crime on a single visitation
as the word clearly implies The defend
ant is charged with but a single visit to
the place and the purpose for going is not
yet made known To inveigle a person
into a place under false pretenses is one
thing and quite different from a volun
tary visit even should the grounds of
crime be established in a case A justices
court is limited in civil cases to 300 and
in criminal suits the limit is placed at
300 and six months imprisonment I I
is plain to how this
see law admits of a
magistrates discretion and thwarts the
district courts in their jurisdiction These
present trials are most exciting and they
are
NOT WAGED FOR TIE GOOD OF PUBLIC
MORALS
So much a to heap calumny and dis
grace upon the element called the Gen
tile party To take from the District
te Dstrict
Court such cases and place them in the
Justices Court is to make a mockery of
justice as has often been witnessed in
this community The charges are ground
less in this case and as it goes so will
wi
follow the others in the wake
At 2 oclock this afternoon Le Grande
Uu
loung ueiivereu a icnguiy speecti in op
postion to the many points produced by
Judge McBride Young was followed by
Mr Parley Williams who further
spoke for the respondents and cited
niany authorities in support of the
right t try the case in the
Justices Court
where the suit was
started I was claimed that the respond
ents have jurisdiction concurrent with the
District Court with the exception of a
Grand Jury and but six for a petit jury
in place of twelve as provided in the
higher court The case proved the most
exciting one of the season and will prob
ably continue tomorrow
Specimen Dialogue
A representative of the defiant element
of Utah attracted crowd
a about him on
Main street today by declaring in trumpet
tones that the Mormons whipped John
sons army and could get away with all
of the United States troops if they ever
dared turn themselves loose in Utah A
respectable Mormon propertyholder and
head of a family interrupted the blatant
wouldbe hero of an insurrection hv in
quiring what right he and 0 his i
dependent stripe had for expressing
such sentiments as being those of the
better class of L D S
beter cass The fellow re
plied You need not reprove me be
cause I dare say what you think at all
times and express privately You are al
one of us and neednt play doublefaced
in the presence of a mixed crowd
A scrapping match seemed inevitable
inevitble
until the leading actor headed up the
street and the crowd dispersed to discuss
the open revelation from the mouth
piece of a belligerent party
How to Consult Dr Foote Sr by Mail
Dr Footo Senior author of U Plain
Home Talk U Medical Common Sense
etc etc would say to those who would
like to consult him bjr mail that they can
have a list of questions and a circular cn
gratuitous advice by addressing Box 414 i
Salt Lake City The doctor has arranged
to have such information supplied in this
way to save time Receiving such printed
prntd
matter the correspondent can describe
his or her case fully and direct it to the
doctor in New York Dr Foote is I
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
addressing Box 414 as above but all
letters of consultation and orders for
remedies should be addressed
addrssed to Dr E
B Foote Sr120 Lexington Avenue
New York City N Y Consultation free
A advertisement of Dr Foote Sr in
another place deserves attention
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It is i 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
tamed by procuring a policy in the Mutual
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A girl i small family good wages to 1
competent person Apply at Mrs Whyt
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I THE MIKADO I
I A Magnificent Presentation of Tills I
BelijrJitful Opera by the Carle
ton Company
It was 3 stoke managerial ability on
the part of Mr Carleton to present The
I Mikado after introducing his excellent
j I I company in JSanon The initial per
formances made the whole company
favorites at once with the Salt Lake pub
lic and foreshadowed what might be ex
pected in The Mikado The attend I
ance last night at the Walker to witness
the first genuine professional perform
ance of Gilbert and Sullivans sublimated
burlesque was a great crowd of people
eager to hear and see an interpretation of
the opera that would unquestionably be
done in an orthodox manner and in keep
ing with the authors conception No
one present last evening was disap
pointed The Mikado presented by
the Carleton company is a revelation of
what stage business can do for a per
formance The infinite variety of ges
tures of attitudes of groupings of little
details of acting and bits of business that
Gilbert and Sullivan have concocted
make the opera given as it was under I
the direction of Mr Carleton and the
authors ownstage manager a perfect ka I j
leidoscope of effects The costuming is I
superb and surrounded by the most
magnificent scenic work furnished one I
of the most gorgeous pictures ever seen
in this city Everything connected with I I
the opera = the toddles grimaces chat
tering gestures wings allwere conven
tional and showedthat the entire com
pany possess a definite conception of
things as they are done in Japan
Mr Carleton was gorgeously attired
His singing throughout the piece was
splendidly carried A More Humane
Mikado Never and the duet the
Daughterinlawelect with Katisha
were very funny The Three Little
Girls from School l were personified by
Miss Paullin as YumYum Miss
Alice Vincent as PettiSing and
Miss Quigley a PeepBo They were all
simply charming Miss Paullins Yum
Yura was the most excellent we have
seen and deserves nothing but praise
Miss Wisdoms Katisha was very accept
able and a most able rendition The
KoKo of Mr Drew as was expected was
thoroughly artistic and a very
clever comedy performrnce Nanki
Poo by Leumane was a very attractive
performance and the whole company I
throughout is one of the strongest that
has been seen here for a long time and I
in the Mikado showed to the very best
advantage
Tonight the same opera will be again
given The performance is the farewell
one and a a full house was assured this
morning by 10 oclock the Carleton
company will score another triumph at
their last performance
Where They Arc Appreciated
Manager Maguire has written a letter
from Butte in advance to Helena endors
ing the Grau Barnstorm Opera Company
Maguire says that the Graus were en
tirely misrepresented by the Laramie and
Salt Lake papers that the company are
all able to stand on their own merits and
that he has sufficient confidence in the
intelligence of the people of Helena to
appreciate the barnstormers notwith
standing adverse criticism Quite true
every word of it as seen through Ma
guires end of the telescope but from
our end the view is vastly different The
Grau outfit were not only not misrepre
sented by the Salt Lake press but were
unable to stand on their merits and so
were obliged to close a four nights en
gagement by shipping out after the sec
ond performance There never was such
unanimity with the press of this city
a in pronouncing the Graus as the
worst possible outfit for an opera company
that ever struck this city Furthermore
we have sufficient confidence in the in
telligence of the people of Helena that
we do not hesitate to say that they will
not be appreciated in Helena but will
get the same treatment there as they got
here However Maguire understands
his business and calculates to get back
that 1400 he advanced Grau i all
Montana has to be bled to do it ali
The Leavitt Combination
Leavitts AllStar Specialty Company
of some twentyfive members opened
their four nights engagement at the Thea I
tre last evening to a rather slim house in j I m
consequence of an opposition perform
ance in the Opera House The perform
ance affords an endless variety of amuse
ment in the shape of songs dances gym
nastics jugglery bicycle feats instru
mental music and all the numerous spe
cialties of a vaudeville entertainment
The marionettes received hearty ap
plause as a new and interesting
feature Yaljean is an artist in
his pigeon acts and clever top tricks
cever
The Martell family of four are simply
great the two male members doing
some of the finest feats in tumbling and
general athletics ever witnessed in Salt
Sal
Lake The bicycle riding of little Miss
Martell scarcely five years old called
forth loud applause from all present
Miss Mollie Wilson along with the others
of the
company composes a very fair en
tertainment which should draw a better
house this evening
The Police Court
Peter Jensen for a plain drunk was
fined today 5
W Consel for the same offense was
assessed the same amount
D B McCowley charged with being
drunk turned out to be insane When
the Judge asked him his plea to the
charge he spoke up Oh yes she tried
to run a wire through my head The I
woman insisted on running a wire
through my head Finding thathe had
a non compos mentis before him he re
turned McCowley to the jail to await ex
amination by l the physician
Salt Lake City Brewing Company
11 CULLEN H W MORSE I
VlloRE
President VicePresident I I I
We are now prepared to receive orders I j
for our CELEBRATED BUDWEISER LAGER j
BEER Special inducements given to
pur I
chasers of carload lots gyen
Having given our careful attention to I
the selection of the finest material for the
manufacture of beer after the Budweiser
process we are in f situation to place be
fore the public an article superior to any
hitherto offered this superor
Orders by telephone promptly attended
prompty atended
to JACOB MORITZ Sec Treas I
For your millinery hats bonnets and
trimmings stamping and pinking hair
ornaments notions etc fancy goods
embroidery silks and cotton all kinds of
fancy wools zephyr chinelle arrasene j
mats tidies splashers stamped
aprons
etc y Wax Flower and Fruit material a
full Tine and
THE OXLY LIKE
KEPT IK THE
TERRITORY go to Mrs B ti Long atNos
35 and 37 E First South street Remem
ber that she is NOT at her late stand on I
Main street Orders by mail promptly i
attended to
I
COAL OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First
lit South Street J
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THE KIRALFYS I
Around The World In Eighty Days
at the Theatre Next Week
This company will appear at the Salt
Lake Theatre on Monday Tuesday and
Wednesday 6venings of next week in
Around the Would in Eighty Days
To those who have witnessed the Kiralfy
dramatization of Jules Vernes wonder
ful story description is necessary I
is sufficient to say that it is in some re
spects the most gorgeous and varied
nnpnt5ir > lf > ever nrflspnfprf on the stage
Beginning with a realistic and immense
painting of the Suez canal with live
Turks dirty and shabby enough to make
the picture true to life and withal strik
ingly beautiful the spectator is carried in
rapid succession to the heart of India to
Calcutta to Borneo to San Francisco
and en route is treated to a real live
scene with road agents in Nebraska
to New York across the Atlantic to
Liverpool There are Turks Indians
Brahmins princesses judges and other
functionaries Mexicans Chinese and all
sorts of picturesque persons of varied rank
and color The scenery is a series of
finely executed and correct paintings on
a large scale and the dressing is said to
be such as to delineate t the life the van
ous people of the various climes repre
sented Of course many of the events
are improbablebut Jules Verne is the
author of the story
The actors who are responsible for the
Dresentation of the thread of the storvare
j I iou l capable people and do the little work
required by them well The spectacles
are outside of the views of various places
presented the great attraction ofthe per
formance These consist of dancing and
musical exercises Mlle de Rosa the
premiere danseuse dances as no woman
ever before danced She is middleaged
and certainly can make no legitimate
claim to beauty but she has
the poetry of motion down to
a fine point She is agile as a
deer and as graceful as a bird Mons
Arnold is also agile and as grotesque as
Rosa is graceful capable of wonderful
contortions of person and remarkable
feats The ballet dancing is indeed all I
graceful and the Jersey Light Guards are
sure to make a great hit The Mignani
family also fully justify their reputation
musical as excellent instruments musicians with most peculiar
DEATH IN THE PAPER
The Hangings of House Walls
Dangerous to Health
Not in the newspaper but in every
other kind i Professor Wood who has
been making investigations is to be re
lied upon These investigations are
illustrated by him in the last report of
the Massachusetts board of health
Thirtyfour samples of wall paper one of
calico and one of turkey red cotton are
pasted upon the book With a single ex
ception all these are charged with arsenic
the amount varying from half a grain to
fiftyfive grains per square yard Among
the samples outside of the green of which
there are very few green enough to ex
cite surprise are pink and gold red and
dark brown on a yellow or light brown
ground Prof Wood has also detected
arsenic in the glazed papers used by our
little ones in the kindergarten schools
also in the red brown and blue papers
used for wrapping confectionery cover
ing boxes and bandboxes making tick
ets etc He has also found arsenic in
painted balls and toy candies The Med
ical News in speaking of the professors
investigations concludes with this paragraph
graph to which we would call the attn
tion of our scientific physicians
u Curiously enough an avenue for the
j disposal of red brown and blue wall pa
pers with which manufacturers appear
to have overstocked the shops seems to
be opened by the suggestion that in mias
matic regions the inhabitants should sys
tematically respire the air of rooms dec
orated with these poisonous paper hang
ings during the season in which mala
rious disorders are prevalent Accord
ing to TomosiCrudeli the amount of
arsenious acid necessary for fortifying
adult human organism against ague is
from onethirtieth to twofifteenths of a
grain daily and direct observation upon
individuals residing in marshy localities
would soon determine how many hours
per day patients should inhale air charged I
with the arsenical dust from the walls of
particular rooms in order to introduce a
their sufficient systems amount of counterpoison into
Wedded Above tIe Clouds
A novel marriage took place near Sil
verton Col on Sunday Miss Mollie
Connors of Lake City and Mr Oscar
Olsen of Anmas Forks were married on
I I the summit of the divide at an altitude
of over 13003 feet the
I party being on
snowshoes Miss Connors agreed to meet
Mr Olsen on the summit bringing her
friends with her and Mr Olsen was to
approach the summit with his friends
coming up on the opposite side of the
mountain The bride
left Lake City ac
companied by her two hrothersand Olsen
left Animas Forks at the
same hour ac
companied by the Rev Father Ley of
Silverton and a few friends The only
way of scaling the snowcovered moun
tain was on snowshoes and the climbing
was fatiguing The groom and the minis
ter arrived first at the designated meet
ing pointbut they did not lave long
wait for the bride and her brohers were
soon observed nearing the spot trudging
along cheerily Miss Connors seemed
less fatigued than any other member of
I the party After a short rest Father Ley
performed the wedding ceremony with as
much impressiveness as if it had taken
place in a church The minister the
bride the groom and the witnesses of
the marriage grouped themselves together
a close as the Canadian snowshoes would
permit the ceremony was gone through i
with champagne was drank as a toast to
the health of the happy couple and then
the party journeyed to the home of the
bride where a banquet was to be held
Colorado Beacon
A Sorrowful Message
Miss Gertrude Bradley a pupil of St
Marys Academy and niece of W S
Cooke of this city was greatly grieved
yesterday by the receipt telegram an
nouncing the death of her father atWar
ron Ohio Deceased was for a number
of years a tutor in Danas Musical Insti
tute at Warren I
and was a musical com
poser of more than ordinary merit His
remains were taken to Waynesburg Pa
his former home for interment where
a sorrowstricken widow and four child I
ren will pay their last earthly respects to
them Miss Gertrude alone will be ab
sent from this sad duty She however
must tryand bear up bravely and re
member that she has the sincere condo
lence of kind friends in this city and of
her schoolmates and tutors all cty
The Elk Saloon I
Newly renovated and opened with the
choicest brands of wines liquors and
cigars Directly opposite the Theatre
Everything first class Give me a call I
< II 3TEAJJK MAY Proprietor
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I LAMBOURNES STUDIO
Some Beautiful Paintings Recently
Produced by this Talented
Artist i
A couple of weeks ago a reporter of
this paper started np to Mr Lambournes
studio At that time the studio was full
of paintings A visit today revealed the
fact that most of these pictures had been
removed in fact there were remaining
but three or four large ones Mr Lam
bourne informed the reporter that he had
recently sold a considerable number of I
his works to Mr L R Walker He has
sold a beautiful pair of California
Coast scenes a very pretty pic
ture of the Source of the Weber
and a magnificent painting being a
view or the Monterey Cal lighthouse
Mr Lambourne has just finished an ex
cellent sketch of the Shoshone Falls on
Snake river for the U P office in
Omaha Another gentleman in this city
has just purchased from this studio four
other pictures One of these is a view of
SVinoVinnn Folia nnnthpr a rfinrpspnta
tion of Twin Fails on Snake river i The
other two pictures are a pair of artistic
gems entitled the f Geysers in Old
Age and the Geysers in Youth
The first named is a painting of one of
those wonderful freaks of nature found in I
the Yellowstone Parka geyser spring
and shows the beautiful and strange com
binations of prominent colors and shades
that are found in that fantastic region
The fJfivsfirs in Old Age is not only a
peculiar picture but a very praiseworthy
one both from an artistic point of view
in its treatment and for Lambournes
original idea in pairing with the Gey
sers in Youth The Geysers in Old
Age was taken from a scene 6 Provo
valley near Midway where there
is a region of country covered with dead
geysers Ages ago their activity was
checked and since their decline and
death grass and weeds have grown over
the surface where once they emitted hot
sulphurous waters The artist has done I
exceptionally well in working up this
sketch and his making it a companion
with the one from the Park is quite a
novel idea A duplicate pair of these
pictures has been painted and sent to
Colorado
About five weeks ago Mr Lambourne
moved his studio to a room over Walker
Bros dry goods establishment The idea
has proven to be a very good one as the
sales of his pictures have increased ever
since
COMSTOCK JOURNALISM
The Way the Chronicle and the
Enterprise Make the Hair Fly
A fierce war has broken out between
the Enterprise and Chronicle It runs
snmpthirnr tfiia
Last evTJng a 8 i boy was run over
at the corner of B and Union streets and
severely injured on the left ankle
Chronicle
To this the Enterprise of the next
morning responds
The item in last evenings Chronicle
relative to a boy being run over is the
baldest tissue of falsehood ever invented
The boy was not run over at the corner
at all as alleged but two doors below
near Banduzels bakery I was the knee
and not the ankle which was hurt and
instead of being a small boy he is almost
big enough to work in the mines
The Chronicle comes back as follows
The assertion that a boy was run over
near Banduzels bakery is refuted by a
card of the baker in another column The
ankle was hnrt as shown to the reporter
last evening The assertion that the boy
is big enough to work in the mines is
Quite significant Anvbodv knows that
the Enterprise has always been in favor
of filling the mines with kids to the ex
clusion of miners with families The
Miners Union had better interview the
paper at once
The Enterprise comes back at once as
follows
The drunken lunatics
drnken lunatcs who mismanage
the Chronicle in the absence of the regu
lar editor are trying to drag the Enter
prise into aj war with the bake shops of
this State The dirty loafers know that
we have always been their friend etc
The Chronicle staff f snhold a cabinet
meeting and reply
The Enterprise this morning in refer
ence to the industrious and honest bak
ers of this city says The dirty loafers
know we have been their friends Al
luding to bakers as dirty loafers is
what might be expected from a sheet
whose only humorist had resigned in dis
gust long ago to make room for a man
who escaped from a lunatic asplum and
has never been recaptured Carson Ap
peal
NEW TODAY
Coal Transfer Office
COAL COAL
COAL I C i A L J COAL
COAL 0 A COAL
COALJ d COAL
PLEASANT VALLEY
ROCK SPRINGS RED CANYON
AND WEBER COAL
Sold aud delivered in lots to suit at market
anteed rates Good clean coal and full weight guar
E R CLUTE
Office 143 S Main St Telephone 148
THE POLYTECHNIC I
OF
JE EJIBS CI3ILVG
WILL OPEN ON THE
First Day of October 1885
CHEMISTRY METALLURGY AND MINING
THOROUGHLY TAUGHT
Ladies and gentlemen who want to join may
call at
once Chemical Metallurgical and Min
ing Examinations attended to and satisfaction
guaranteed
II1 W FIRST STREET next to Herald Rnildinp
Or 149 E Second South Street
Heesch Ellerbeck
PLUMBERSI
Sole agents for the EXETER
HEATER th
most economical and reliable heater in use the
Water Pipes laid on short notice I
49 East First South Street SALT LAKE CITY
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Sign Writer
No 10 E First South
Street
Fresco Graining
1
THE HALE NORCROSS MINE
Demonstrating the Existence of an
OreBody on the 34OO Zievcl
Assays made from samples taken from
diamonddrill core in boring to the
northeast from the face of east crosscut
No2 on the 3100 level of the Hale Nor
cross mine continue very encouraging
and are considered by the management
to furnish indubitable evidence of the ex
istence of an orebod in that direction
I the extent and value of which can only
be determined by swinging the crosscut
around to the northward and advancing j
it until the vein is penetrated This i will f
be done as soon as the borings indicate
that the drill has passed through the
mineral belt The situation is considered
decidedly encouraging at headquarters
Achie Borland is expected to arrive here
from San Francisco early next week to
observe the progress of operations as it
is confidently anticipated that the ad
vance of the crosscut in the direction in
which the diamond drill is now being
driven will be attended with interesting
developments Va Chronicle j
AMUSEMENTS
Walker Opera House
DECEMBER ffllftttiml I 10th J
TEE
CARLETON OPERA CO
From the New York Casino
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS
Gilbert and Sullivans New Opera
THE MIKADO i I
N DTho rights to the nriginal orchestration
libretto and stage business for theWest are Mr
Carletons by purchase from Gilbert and Sulli
I van and this is the only company using them
Sixty Artists and a Superb Wardrobe
The Original Mikado Scenery from the
Baldwin Theatre San Francisco
THE BOX SHEET will open Friday morning
December 4th Reserved seats in orchestra
and dress circle 125 first circle 1 prosce
nium boxes 10
Salt Lake Theatre
THREE GRAND PERFORMANCES ONLY
Wednesday If Thursday and Friday
DECEMBER 9th 10th and 11th
THE PEOPLES CHOICE
IMC IB LEAVZTTS
GREAT
DOUBLE COMPANY
ALLSTAR EUROPEAN
SPECIALTYSPECIALTY i
COMPANY COMPANY
TJ23it d Ooxx3loi2aGGL
Composed of the Leading Specialty Artists
from the American and European
Vaudeville Stage
En route direct to M B Leavitts Bush Street
Theatre San Francisco California opening
there December 14th for a limited season
Bear in mind an indisputable fact the Only
Double Specialty Companv on record and the
Grandest Specialty Entertainment ever seen
within door or given under one roof
Notwithstanding the enormous expense at
tached to this gigantic enterprise
THE PRICES WILL REMAIN AS USUAL
Box Planfor reserved seats now open at Box
Office of Salt Lake Theatre
Salt Lake Theatre
Monday and Wednesday Even gSJ
I DEC ILa XS Ss 3O 3SOS
KIRALFY BROS
CRAND COMBINATION
In the brilliant spectacular production
AROUND THE WOULD IN EIGHTY DAYS
With entire new scenery
specially imported
for this production by Kiraliy Bros
costumes and appointments gorgeous
First appearance in America of Europes great
est Star Premiere Danseuse
3VE1X DE nOSA
supported by
JVIOXlS BNC > L
The great Grotesque Dancer < < of the age and
KIRALFY BROTHERS
Famous Corps Danseuses
First appearance in America of the celebrated
MIGNANI TROUPE
The Parisian Musical Street Pavers also first
appearance of the
African Elephant EL MAHDI
The spectacle produced under the
personal
direction of IMRE AND UOLOSSY KIRALFY
No advance in
prices Reserved seats with
out extra charge Doors open at 730
ance at 8 oclock perform
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HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
CELVTEJVJVIAL
ARCADE RESTAURANT I
I I
I AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
I Booths Select Oysters
33y the Can or Quctort
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
SECOND TO NONE
Transplanted Shell
on han d Game and Oysters kept constantly I
everything in
season
jr ALLACRER Proprietor
127 Main Street
I
CALXPORJTXA
Restaurant
I NEW OYSTER HOUSE
T BERNARD1S
1 > Chop House LATE OF THE VIENNA
has
opened a firstclass
Restaurant and Oyster House at t
206 3VEaie
Three doors south Street I
I of the Walker Housfc
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
And will be under the I
prietor who intends to supervision make of the pro
House par excellence of the Territory this tho Oyster
NICK BEBABD1S
ST JAMES HOTEL
Main St South of Third South St
TITTED U style UP The THROUGHOUT finest and IN F1RSTCLA
Hotel most
appointments comfortable
Salt Lake
City
Special Terms to
Rooms and Suites FanIlle8 oth for Single
Transient 200 per day
A GREE1iE I
GREEIIEWAIJD Prep
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER t
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4KiG
POWDER
I Absolutely Pure
This Powder never varies A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinarykinds and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test
short weight alum or phosphate Powders Sold
only in cans ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co 105
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Wall street New York
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS
HOUDAYOFTS I
BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR HOLIDAY
D Gifts be sure to visit
R ALFFS
140 lIfaiD reet
As it will save you much trouble and you will
be suro to make a fine selection for a I
Christmas or Hew Years
PRESENT
If you inspect our
French German and Carlsbad
Csroo A
DINNER AND TEA SETS
Lemonade Sets Liquor Sets
Water Sets Punch Sets
And a most Beautiful Assortment of
ART BECABBAC
BRONZES
BISQUE AND MARBLE STATUARY
Plated Ware Porcelain and
Cutlery Etc Etc
Mail orders solicited Call and Examine
my Goods aud Prices
B ALFF
140 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah
JEWELRY
wwwwww
DO NOT SEND EAST OR WEST
FOR VOTTR
H
JEWELRY
But BE SURE to Examine the Stock of
L HOLLANDER Jeweler
148 Main Street
BEFORE BUYING
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY
DIAMONDS AND SILVER WARE I
Anywhere Else
My Prices are always the Lowest the Goods
always the Bet r
AT
ELIAS ONS
142 MAIN STREET
You can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everything needed in that line at
VerYJaO es1 rj COS
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Snow Snow SnOtfJ
S1eigti db S1eds E
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I The Studebaker f
Branch 33ouse
1 00 AND 135 MAIN
133 STREET
JLDt SALT LAKE
City have 1
carsfilled with en route one of their large
CUtters J33oiejbC3 nnd
Sol > SI els I
These Cutters are of the Latest I
be listed so low that Style and will
sleigh should not fail to any person wishing a
purchasing examine these before
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ORDER YOUR or call GOODS at OF US BY MAIL OR
our storo
office on Main street by thePokti
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NEWSPAPERS I t
MAGAZINES r
ARTISTS SUPPLIES
OF EVJSET KIND
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Custom Boot and Shoe Maker
No 0 I East
Second
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