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TUESDAY DECEMBER 1885
AlUUYALS AJiD DEPARTURES OF MAILS
at the Salt Lake City 1ostofflee
V AEEIVE CLOSE
astern 1 8OOpm IOnm
California and WeRt 1100 am 425 pm
ontana and 1orth 800 pm 730 am
DRGEast 500pm j lO30am
Ogden UJah H l1ooam 730am
Ogden Utah 800pm 425pm
park City 800pm 3O am
rooelcCounty 400pm 120am
AHa Utah lO20am 630am
Bingham Utah 4oopm I 620am
Southern Utah 650vm 020nrn
The above is standard mountain time
JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster
Salt lake City Utah March 22 1SS5
Silver Quotations
Corrected daily by AVells Targe Co1
Silver New York L02W
Silver London tif1
Lead Kew York per 100 Ibsu 46ij4
HATS HATS HATS I
II II I
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Full and Winter Styles Just Arrived
Yo malls
This celebrated hat is light and flexible
and the nobbiest hat worn the leader in
New York City
H ill Silvcrnssiiis
I Fine flexible hat we are making a spec
ialty of and will sell it cheaper than any
house west of New York
Stetsons
We carry the largest and most com
plete line in the city both in soft and
stiff hats and at low prices
NOBLE WOOD Co
The exclusive Hatters corner west of
Opera House
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LOCAL JOTS
1 Wells Fargo < < Co today received < fine I
bars valued at 33735
Deputy Collin is around but where is that
l universally respected young man Mc
N Muriin
A few choice seats remain to the first
nights performance of lolanthe tomor
row evening
Diphtheria is raging at Fountain Green
Sanpete county Out of twenty cases nine
have proved fatal
A motion in arrest of judgment in the
Hampton conspiracy case is being argued by I
the defense this afternoon
UI It is said that Brig Hampton will turn
I over a new leaf on New Years and this new
leaf wont have a single name on it
The little sixyearold daughter of Anthony
Godbe died this morning after a severe
struggle with the terrible diphtheria
MoCornick < < Co today received Lead
Mine ores valued at 1100 and Utah bars
I and dust 1903 total value 3000
Judge Zane has a love of music and he
gives expression to this love by making cul
prits dance to the tune of theMikados song
Make the punishment fit the crime
The City Council will meet tonight and
as conservators of the peace they should vote
a handsome largess to the detectives They
will need it yet
The case of Apostle Lorenzo Snow charged
I with unlawful cohabitation will be com
menced in the First District Court at Ogden
tomorrow morning at 10 oclock
Its all over town againthe mud The
City Council will meet as usual tonight
These two items are placed together but
there Is really no connection between them
The Utah Central Railroad Company will
issue return tickets to and from all stations
between Ogden and Juab on tho 31st inst
at single fare Tickets will be good for re
turn including Monday the 4th
I Thieves broke into the Fountain saloon
Sunday evening and took from the till 750
j all the small change getatable Mr Charles
Parker the proprietor thinks he has a clue
to the burglars and the police arc on the
lookout for the petty rascals
The Home Club have reason to feel do
lighted with the present indications of a
rousing house to witness Confusion at the
Theatre Friday afternoon and Friday nigbt
I Tickets will be on sale at the D d < K G
ticket office and at the Theatre
Isnt it about time to hear something con
cerning the postoffice It is generally be
lieved there are several gentlemen in the
city who are expecting returns every day
I Boys it would be well to remember that
many are called but few are chosen
It is quite probable that all business firms
I in Salt Lake will close their establishments
Thursday night for New Years recognition
and not unlock the door nor pull up the
blinds until the following Monday This
will give hundreds of employes three days
recreation
i
The two railroad companies will ran spe
cial trains to the Hot Springs lake two or
three times a week beginning the first of the
k year This will give all persons an opportu
nity to skate and take a bath as may be de
sired Fare on either road for the round
trip 25 cents
Since his release from the penitentiary
President Angus Cannon has not been mak
ing himself as numerous as of old For a
few days past he has been missed by the
overalert reporters and a majority of the
t newspapers scribes think he has skipped out
i to see Mattie P
S The case of the People vs D G Smith
charged with stealing a set of double har
ness from John Herdsman as bailee of
Henry Kellow was tried before Justice
Speirs yesterday with Moyle and Watrous
S for the prosecution and Lewis and Maloney
I for the defense Smith was discharged
Thomas F i jn Frank Mitchell and
I John Waite jro arraigned before Judge
Zano this mi jing on the charge of burglar
izing the house ot Edward Snelgrove some
few weeks ago of property to the amount of
GO Each one of the trio entered a plea of
I not guilty tr > tho charge of the indictment
and wore i to n escorted from the room bv an
officer
In tho Wlker House billiard rooms a bil
liard tournament will commence next Satur
day evening to last one week The contest
ants are to be Josh Arthur and Gus Engler I
of Salt Lake Soott Donnelly of Ogden and
VV 11 F of
Lowri San Francisco A purse
of 50 goes to the winner Lowry playing
500 points to each of tho others 300 the
same as governed the game between Arthur
I and Lowry lusf
PU 1
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Mr George Hurkins sv 1 intendent of the
famous YoSQl ito inii j at Biugham is
I recreating among his nu erous Salt Lake
friends during the holidpjs
W G Van Horn of JGaskin < < Van Horn
attorneys of this city retunioc last night
i from a three weeks trip into cutana in the
interest of the BgHoIeP1ncoiMining Com
pany
Mr Charles E Ingallv eli clerk of the
Denver l Rio Grande Wtstern rctnrned last
ovoirinq from a three weeks pier uure trip to
St Louis Chicago and different pdnts along
the line
Auction Auction
On Wednesday December SOth at 11
1 a in at No 254 S West Temple street
the residence of Mrs L B Loomis Par I
lor Bedroom and
Diningroom Kitchen i
I Furniture A fine lot of bedding j I
1
I DUKGIX ANDREWS
Auctioneers t
TIlE engraving done on all articles I
bought of us is done bv our own work
r men and not by outside parties as repre I
Li eented by other i
jewelers 1
JOSLIN PACK i 1
Useful Presents A Few Left I i
Celluloid and Rubber Toilet Sets in
Plush hnd Leather Belling marvelously
i cheap only a few more left Choice Per
1nmel and other novelties at a low fig
ure suitable for presents
4 GODn c PITTS Co
A TIN MINE IN MONTANA j I
1 Major W Jcclc Brings Handsome
Specimens to Salt take From I
the Only Tin Mine In
America I
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Major J W Peck now stopping at the
White House has something rich and
new in the shape of a tin mine which
gives the oldtime delver in rocks the
fresh hopes of youthful expectations I
Mr Peck was met today by a DEMOCRAT
I reporter and shown several specimens
1 from various depths in the Belmont mine
located in Madison county Montana
and situated from Dillon on the Utah
Northern twent3rtwo miles in a south
western direction and from Virginia City
twentyfive miles west and onthe old
Blacktail hill stage route This mine was
discovered in 1862 by Mr John Gray
now residing in Arizona Three years
I ago Mr Pack says he met Gray in Ari
I zona and heard his description of the
property and assays made in California
and the East after which lie went in
search of the mine found it on the 8th of
last August and immediately put a force
of men at work to develop it In dimen
sions the deposit is from 1000 to 1300
feet long surrounded by a country of
white porphyry and not a sign of mineral
outside of this solitary deposit
Thecroppings of the entire mine con
sist of a thin variegated ruby rock of no
particular value but containing a small
trace of tin running two per cent Twenty
feet underground eleven per cent tin is
shown with a small portion of metallic
iron increasing as depth is attained A
sample from eightyfive feet down shows
33K per cent tin The mine is pro
nounced very valuable from its richness
easy access and unlimited size The
Major will remain in the city a few days
longer and then leave for New York City
on business
THE MASONIC LIBRARY BALL
A Briiiiaut Gathering at the Opera
House in Aid of a Worthy
Institution
A select gathering of representative
people assembled at the Walker Opera
House last night in attendance upon the
seventh annual grand bal given in aid of
the Masonic Library of this city The
various committees rendered attention to
every detail that would add to the pleas
ure and delight of their patrons and
have reason to congratulate themselves
on the perfect success of last evenings
brilliant affair The auditorium was
beautifully arranged and lighted for the
three hundred merry dancers Peder
sons full band furnished enchanting
music from the most popular and modern
operas and the refreshments formed no
small part of the elegant programme
carried out as they were delightfully
served by Mr Podlech proprietor of the
White House
The several committees were composed
of the leading business men of the city
which gave stability and life to the entire
entertainment About 700 was realized
which will be expended in a selection of
some 500 books a was done last year
which will be added to the choice collec
tion of over 6500 volumes now possessed
by the worthy Masonic library of Salt
Lake Citv
A Vacancy for the News Staff
WANTED In the District Court ten or flu
f
teen firstclass fools to work in the interest
of the law for the suppression of houses of
illfame Tho only pay allowed is board
and clothes at the Government Hotel in the
southeastern suburbs of the city The clothes
are striped and warranted to fit Apply to
District Attorney Varian References from
B Y Hampton good
The above extract is from the Deserct
News of last evening The DEMOCRAT
suggests that the News gang apply for the
positions I firstclass fools are needed
to work in the interest of the laWs the
editorial staff of that paper can furnish
all the help desire No thanks desired
for the hint
Third District Court
I I
The case of John Gagan vs J I Kyncr
et al an order ovei ruling was entered
and motion for a new trial made and
exceptions taken
In the case of Louis Ende vs Lydia
Ende involving a divorce defendant
was allowed fifteen days to file notice for
new trial
George Dryburgh a native of Scotland
was today admitted a citizen of the
United States by Judge Zane in the Third
District Court
On motion of the plaintiffs for a new
trial of the CoulamDoull case the matter
was argued and submitted
Gone By the Underground
News reached the DEMOCRAT late this
afternoon that Joseph W McMurrin had
disappeared from his home in the Third
ward and taken the Underground route
The JDeseret News last night reported that
on Sunday McMurrin was seized by vio
lent cramps I is supposed that one of
these cramps carried him off Anyway
he has goneand another chapter is added
to the Foul Murder episode
Salt Lake City Brewing Company
We notice that certain of our com
petitors advertise Beer of a superior
quality Now we do not wish to detract
from the merits of that
article nor do we
claim that our manufacture is the finest
in the world We do maintain however
that we are selling as much or more Beer I
than all the other Breweries in Utah
combined which fact is sufficient
evidence that Jje public realize who
makes the superior quality Beer I
We are prepared to deliver Holiday
Bear promptly Orders can be left at any
of our depots or telephone direct to
Brewery office
JACOB MORITZ
Secretary and Treasurer
Protect Your Family
It is the duty of every mans 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
tained by procuring a policy in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
I Hyams Agent 55 Slain street Hooper
Eldridge Block Salt Lake City > l
i F Auerbach Bro
Our display of Christmas goods is the
most varied and
suitable presents ever
offered in this city Every country from
Japan to Switzerland has contributed to
the collection They must bo seen to be
appreciated
Dr E B F otc Senior
Of New York
publishes his
announce
ment in the daily DEMOCRAT every Satur
day
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Stoves I Tinware I
Go to P W Madson Co for stoves I
ranges and tinware 39 and 41 east
First South street
Great Reduction in Livery
At Mark McKimmins Liven Stable
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TROUBLE IN THE TRIM FAMILY
A Typical ftaU Marriage Neither
Had a Legal Bight to Marry
But Still They Went In for
Time and Eternity
The trial of Mrs Mara Argent Trim
vs her polygamous lord and master
Hyram P Trim of Sugarhouse ward
Salt Lake City afforded the only interest
ing news in the Third District Court this
forehooh The coimplaint filed some two
weeks ago alleges that the unhappy
twain were married here in 1861 and
ever since have been and now are hus
band and wife That there are now liv
ing the issue of said marriage five I
children named Solomon Amanda Eu
nice Rosetta and Israel Trim aged re
spectively 232019 14 and 9 years
Mrs Trim states that defendant has I
treated her in a cruel and inhuman man
ner by compelling her at one time while
lying sick in bed by thu side of Amanda
when but eight days old to do the work
of a man in cutting and packing the
shingles used in the roof now on the City
Hall Trim also ordered her out of the
house the middle of the night on one
occasion while she had a babe in her
arms for the purpose of bringing home a
young girl for a polygamous wife and he
abused her unmercifully because She re
fused to go He has used her cruelly for
years past to drive her from the house
Trim is alleged to have driven her out of
the house in the middle of the night two
years ago and plaintiff in a delirious
condition sought shelter at the home of
her children Trim is accused of at
tempting to kill plaintiff some time
dug the year 1881 and Mrs Trim went
before Justice Speirs and had defendant
put under bonds to keep the peace for one
year During the past two years the de
fendant has called her a prostitute and
his five children bastards
JLiainun luniier anegea mat ueieuuuni
i about to dispose of his property or en
cumber it unless restrained She further
states that she has helped accumulate all
the property and has worked in the fields
cutting and sawing and packing shingles
laintf further alleges that she depen
dent upon the charity of her friends for
support
The defendant Trim in answer to the
lengthy complaint emphatically denies
every allegation and further answering
the charges sets forth that they
were never lawfully married and
at the time of the alleged
marriage the plaintiff had a lawful hus
band then living and from whom she had
never been divorced on account of which
the plaintiff was incapacitated and not
able or competent to contract herself in
marriage with defendant and is not now
his wife That at the alleged time of
marriage with plaintiff the defendant had
another and lawful wife living and undi
vorced which disabled him from con
tracting the alleged marriage with plain
tiff and is not nor ever was her husband
Defendant prayed to be dismissed hence
without day and for costs Mr C S
Varian appeared for the defendant and i
lI 111 Kaighn and C 0 Vhittemore t
acted for the plaintiff
Mrs Trim the plaintiff Mrs Bateman I
and the defendant Hyram Trim were
examined by counsel and gave evidence to
me lonowmg facts
Plaintiff stated that she came from I
England where she left a living and un
divorced husband named Goodwin She
stayed in Brooklyn New Yorkabout one
year there joined the Mormons and
emigrated here A month after arrivin
in Salt Lake City she met and married
defendant Learned of her first hus
bands death ten years after marrying
defendant
Hyram P Trim was aninteresting wit
ness and stated that he came from Bos
ton Massachusetts where he married
Ellen Fryer and then falling in with
some Mormons lie joined thefaith and
took them to his home My wife said
he would have nothing to do with the
Mormons and told me to clear out and
J didnt wait any longer but got out and
left her I dont know whether she is
dead or living I got no divorce from her
and have never heard a word from her
since I left I married Maria in 1801
One ofthe elders 1861
united us Ten years
afterward we were married again in the i
Endowment House
time Why were you married a second
Because the Mormon religion runs
that way I a man is not sealed to his
women he is only married for this world
and through time and eternity he will be
a hewer of wood a carrier of water and
such I am no longer a Mormon but
cant say as to the plaintiff
Defendant further stated that he has
about 4500 worth of this worlds goods I
nn IRirli
The examination was proceeded with
this afternoon by recalling the defendant
to the stand in order to establish the time
of the second or celestial marriage
which took place in the Endowment
House Mr Trim said he fixed the date
from the birth of his
son Israel the mar
riage was in accordance with the Mormon
religion for the purpose of reaping celes
tial glory through all time and eternity
Solomon Trim a son 22 years of age
fixed the year the letter was received
from England announcing the death
Goodwin his mothers first hus
band by the birth of his brother Israel
as being in 187G
Plaintiff Mrs Trim was called back to
the stand and said she fixed the marriage
in the Endowment House by Israels
Isrels
birth which took place a very few
months after the second marriage The
letter simply announced that Goodwin
had died in the hospital and was buried
The celestial marriage was to perfect our
lives for eternity
The defense introduced an amendment
to the complaint relative to the second
marriage which was allowed
izmeonrt reviewer the testimony and
ruled that Mrs Trim be allowed 100 for
witness fees and the costs of action to
enable her to present her case to the
ClO
Court
Mr Varian requested the case down
for hearing at any time in the near future
and the defense concurring Thursday of
this week at 10 oclock was set for the
time of hearing II
Are You Registered 7
Those desiring to register or examine
the registration lists can do so between
the hours of 9 and 12 and 2 and 5 each
day from Monday the 28th inst till
Saturday the 2d proM at the City ti
istrars office 33 and 35 Main street
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NEW designs in silverware fancy goods
and everything suitable
for Holiday pres
ents Joslin Parks
DOXT BUY
Your Christmas Candy at any otherplace
but the Oyster Grotto
The finest assortment of Christmas
Goods Fancy Boxes Pure Homemade
Candies in Utah
Fivepound box Homemade Candy 1 I
No adulteration inour goods
GEORGE ARBOGAST
I
Schades l
Billiard and Beer Hall
is now open to the
public Only the finest brands of Liquors I
and Cigars kept on hand at 307 Main St 1 J
4 W SCIIADE Proprietor i s
SOUTHERN UTAH NOTES
S I
A Quiet Week lathe lt1iisiimgCaflipS
About Dixie
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Johns Barbee shipped six tons of good
ore to the Stormont mill this week
Dick Jarman shipped twentyeight tons
from the Lamb Steel to the river mill
this week
Josh Alphin shipped fifteen tons of
fair grade ore from the old Bonanza on
week the White Beef to the Christy mill this
Frank G Brown VicePresident of the
Horn Silver company visited tha mine t
this week One who is posted says that
next month the mine will boom again
Avery Van Hagan have taken a six
months lease on the Honest Miner on
the White Reef They are working in
very good ore and have a fine prospect
before them
A sufficient number of names of veter
ans has been obtained to form a Grand L
Army Lodge and the Governor Murray
Post No1 will be mustered in early
next week at Milford
At the Stormont property the main in
cline has run through some good ore
within tha past few days it is now down I
eightyfive feet below the six hundred
level The stopes are looking well and L
furnished an average of forty tons of fair
grade ore to the mill during the past
week
Blind Jim Logan and boy had a nar
row escape from death the other day in t
Taylor district Nevada says the South
ern Utah Times They were descending
the Monitor hill when their buckboard
brake broke and allowed the vehicle to
getaway with the cayuse Strange to
say when the youth cayse old gentleman L
were dug out of the debris caused by the
collision of their outfit with an ore wagon
both were found almost without a scratch
The holiday hop at Frisco given under
the auspices of the A 0 U W Garfield
Lodge No 5 was largely attendedand
was quite a brilliant affair and was well
conducted as parties given by either of
the Lodges always are Forty couples
were present and tripped the light fan
tastic to the strains of inspiring music
unt the peep o day The spacious din
ing hall of the Southern Hotel where the
hop was held was decked in holiday at
tire and the banquet given in the lodge
room gave zest to the gay event
Shoemaker of Silver Reef has procured
a twoyear old mare from Parowan which
he has matched run against Jack Bark
lays bay horse The race will be run on
New Years Day at Bonanza Flat for
100 a side The Leeds boys have al
ready laid out the Silver Reef sports in
two former races with their flying cayuse
and feel confident of success The Reef
ers will however give them another
chance to replenish the thin fund
There will probably be several other
races made before the 1st and lots of
sport is expected II I I
The Theatre Attaches Ball
The annual ball given last night by the
attaches of the Salt Lake Theatre was at
tended by a large gathering of friends of
the familiar corps of help about that pop
ular place of amusement The floor was
constantly filled with a gay and happy
crowd of young people while the ex
tensive circles about the auditorium were
thronged with young and aged spectators
who seemed as delighted in witnessing
themerry dance as did the happy par
ticipators therein The Theatre orchestra
furnished superb music with Mr Ilillam
as prompter
The decorations were elaborate and
beautiful partaking after the Mikado
style Every one present expressed their
satisfaction on retiring and the attaches
have reason to feel proud of their party of
1885
A Local Billiard Tournament
W I F Lowry of San Francisco Josh
Arthur and Gus Engler of Salt Lake and
Scott Donnelly of Ogden billiardistshave
arranged a grand tournament to take
place at the Walker House billiard par
lors beginning Saturday evening Janu I
ary 2 < The contest is for 50 made up
by the playersand will probably be added
to by Messrs Bechtol Sands proprie
tors of the place The engagement will
continue one week commencing each
evening at 8 oclock and lasting about
two hours The agreement provides that
Mr Lowry gives odds of 200 points in 500
points to each of the other contestants
The games wills be three ball French
carom straight rail contests and will
doubtless prove interesting and exciting
I IN looking for your Holiday Presents
remember Joalin Park the Leading
Jewelers C
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Imported Holiday Goods
Direct from Vienna par steamship Eu
rppa I have just received a large con
signment of meerschaum pipes and
smokers sets in plush and alligator
boxes also7 amber cigar tubes in all
styles I
The finest line of the kind ever un i
packed in this city
Ladies desirous of making holiday
presents will find my stock the most com I
plete to select from and I feel confident
of pleasing the most fastidious both in I
quality and price
No trouble to show goods at I
SAM LEVYS
171 and 173 Main Street
Salt Lake Oitv
a
Where the Dollar Goes Furthest
The approach of the holidays make one
feel as though every dollar should have at
least two hundred rents for many things
have to bethought The little ones ex
pect their presents so do employes and
servants and if the pocket is not entirely
drained by flint time friends and other
dear ones have to remembered If we
I cannot make a dollar worth double its
value we can at least try to Secure as
much for it as can possibly be got and if
you will for this purpose call at Simon
Bros establishment you will leave their
place after having made your purchase
with a smile of sati
satisfaction upon
your I
countenance I
The bargains in Fancy Goods Ladies
Bags and Satchels Handkerchiefs Lace I
Goods Gloves Jewelry Woolen Goods
and everything else comprised in the II t i
millinery and fancy goods line are such as I
will induce everyone visiting the place to I
purchase something
I i
The Elk Saloon
Newly renovated and opened wkh the I I
choicest brands of wines liquors and i I I
cigars Directly opposite the Theatre I
Everything first class Give me a call i I
FRANK MAY Proprietor
Earratt Rros j
Will close out all the furniture and fancy
goods at the new store No 108 Main I
street before Saturday
I
White House J
For the best meals and rooms go to theI
White house Everything firstclass and
low rates t I I
I
Prof A Andre
Languages and Music 43 E 2d South I
street PO Box 200 Terms moderate f
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l EPHRAIM NOTES II I I
EDITOR DEMOCBAT The Ephraimites
are spending the holidays as happily as i j
there was not a deputy marshal within I I
thousand miles of here A select bal i
was given in the Academy building on i
Christmas night and all the elite of the
city were invited to join in the mazy
dance
At the Presbyterian Church on Christ
man Eve the parents and scholars of the
school met to have a good time the
church was comfortably heated and bril
liantly lighted At the head of the room
were two large Christmas trees heavily
laden with a glittering array of presents
for the children and all over the trees
were many colored wax candles which
gave the scene a beautiful effect and
made the happy children laugh with joy
and the parents were just as happy to see
the mirth of the children A short but
excellent programme was given by the
scholars consisting of music sing
ing recitations Christmas pieces etc
a whichthe whole company adjourned
not sine die but over to Larsens Hall
close by where a wellspread table
groaning under the weight of good
things was ready for the guests Each
person was provided with a tall paper
hat It was a novel and comical sight to
see upward of seventy people of all heights
and sizes old and young with those tall
I pointed hats on their heads nodding to
each other and laughing until their sides I
ached Enjoyment and good will was
the order of Christmas Eve 1885 Too
much credit cannot be given to Miss Rea
and her two able assistants Miss Smith
and Miss Cougle ladies from California
on a visit to Miss Rea Everything went
off smoothly and harmoniously The
thanks of all present were freely tendered
to Miss Rea and assistants for their truly
happy gathering of so many friends and
the happiness enjoyed by all may they
live to see many happy returns
EPHR MM Dec 25 1885
B B Youngs Sacred Concert
The Walker Opera House was comfort
ably filled Sunday evening by a fashion
able and appreciative audience The
programme was especially adapted for
the Christmas season being largely com
posed of the gems from Handels great
oratorio of The Messiah The solos
and duets were nicely selected and ex
ceptionally well rendered Mr B B
Young it is only necessary to state sang
his two numbers the second with accom
paniment of male voices in his accus
tomed elegant style and his superb ban
tone did full justice to his selections
Mr T Crawfords bass solo recitative
and aria was very fine The several
runs wore executed with great smooth
ness and evenness throughout and his
selection was well adapted to his fine
bass voice
rI WW Mackintosh sang Charity
by Faure and surprised his many friends
by his excellent voice and style of ren
dering this beautiful solo showing careful
training and study Mr Mackintosh is a I
rising young singer and bids fair to rank
high as a tenor
The duet He Shall Feed His Flock
sang by Mrs DrucePugsley and Miss
Grace Almy was one of the gems of the
evening Miss Almy has a very pleasing
mezzo voice and sang with much feel
ing Mrs Pugsley has an exceptionally
fine soprano voice and used it well and
we anticipate the pleasure of soon hear
ing her again
The choruses were excsllent and they
went with a vim and spirit with the
number small exception of a little drag in the last
Mr Willard Weihes contributions to
the programme were two beautiful selec
tions a Concerto and a Reverie
both rendered with Mr Weihes well
known finished style and execution
Prof Radcliffe presided at the organ in
his usual happy manner and Madame
Young at the piano is masterly and un
excelled As a whole it was a grand
success and
we trust these monthly
sacred concerts may be considered a per
manency in Salt Lake They are what
the people want and are sure to receive
the support of all lovers of good music
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 arrasenn
mats tidies splashers stamped aprons
etc Wax Flower and Fruit material a
full line amiTHE ONLY LINE KEPT IN THE
TERRITORY golo Mrs B S Long at Non
35 and 37 E First South street Remem
ber that she is NOT at her late stand on
Main street Orders by mail promptly
attended to
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 red need rates
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ALL sorts of fancy goods at staple
prices at SDION BROS
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WILL OPEN ON THE
First Day of October 1885 I
CHEMIST YMETALLU GY MID MnliNG I
THOROUGHLY TAUGHT
Ladies and gentlemen who want to join may I
call at once Chemical Metallurgic and Min
Examinations attended to and satisfaction
guaranteed
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Or 149 E Second SouthStreet
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telephone or call at our store by the Post
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ARTISTS SUPPLIES I
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OP EVERT KIND
tSubsci1ntions taken for
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PLUMBERS
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Sole agents for the EXETER HEATER
most economical and reliable heater in use the i
Water Pipes laid on short notice IJ
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strength and wholesomeness More economical
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competition with the multitude of low test
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AMUSEMENTS
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Salt Lake Theatre
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings
iJCCEMBEK 30 and 31
AND WEDNESDAY MATINEE
Grand Production of Gilbert and Sullivans
Gem and Fairy Spectacle
IOLANTHE
The Most Pleasing Gorgeous and EntertaIning c
of all the Comic Operas yet produced
by those gifted gentlemen
Rendered in a Style never before attempted in
this city by the
SALT LAKE OPERA CO
A Grand Transformation Scene
I5 The Home of the Fairies
Shown for the first time in over ten years
Splendid Novel Costumes I
Grand Chorus and Orchestra
Specially Selected Brass Band I
Pianist Mr Joseph McIntyre
Stage Manager Mr James J Jennings
Leader Mr W E WeIhe
Musical Director MR II S KROUSE
Usual rates of admission Box Office open
Monday and Tuesday December 28 and 29 for
the sale of tickets
D G CALDER Business Manager
Salt lake Theatres
Friday and d Saturday Evenings Jan 1 2
lND
Grand New Years Matinee
REAPPEARANCE OF THE
Home Dramatic Club
In the Great London New York and Boston
Success the reigning triumph at the
Fifth Avenue last season
CONFUSION
Secured on a royalty from T Henry French
Esq New York
DIJatinee anc1 1Tiht
3Ir J D SPENCER
3Ir H 3T WELLS
Mr J T WHITE
MB L CUMMiNGS
Mr B S TOtING
Mr CJIAS WHITNEY
Miss LOTriE tLARIDGE
Miss EDITH CLAWSON
BIRDIE CUMMINGS anil
IVY CLAWSOX
In the Cast New Costumes and Stage Settings
throughout
Box Office open Thursday December 31st
n G WHITNEY Manager
In preparation the great Sensational Emo
ional Military Drama from the Union Square
Theatre New York THE GENEVA CROSS
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
CEJSrTEJST1TrAL
ARCADE RESTAURANT
I AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
I Booths Select Oysters
By the Can or QI1ar1
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
I
SECOND TO NONE
Transplanted Shell Oysters kept constantly
I on nand Game and everything in season
I J G1XLACHER Proprietor
I 127 Main Street
CALJPC > ElJSrXA
Restauran t
NEW OYSTER HOUSE
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N BERNARDIS LATE OF THE VIENNA
Chop House has opened a firstclass
Restaurant and Oyster House at
256 TVtaiax Street
Three doors south of
the Walker House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
And will be under the supervision of
the pro
prietor who
intends to make
thfs the
House par excellence of Oyster
thc Te Tftory
NICK ItRRWlTint
II I ST JAMES HOTEL AlA
Main St South of Third South St
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I YIITED 1 style UPlJlIWUGHOUT The finest and IN FIRSTCLASS
most
Hotel comfortable
appointments In Salt Lake City
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Special Terms to
Families
both
Rooms and Suites for Singlo
TranSient 2QO per day
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Custom Boot and Shoe Maker
No 9 I East Second South Street
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Wasatch Division
I UNIFORM RANK
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THE FIFTH GRAND
Annual Ball
Under the auspices of
The Uniform Rank K of P
Will be given in the
Walker Opera House
JANUARY 13th 1886
COMMITTEE OF AKKANGEHENTS
George Barton James Crocroft
Arthur Wild John Griffin
INVITATION COMMITTEE
W R Pollock K Shelton
O Youngberg T C Armstrong
J Hollick C O King
J L Lucas D Dunn
Tickets can be obtained at the principal stores
In the city and from members of the order
Box Office will be open on the day of the ball
from 10 a m till 4 p m for the sale of tickets
Tickets 82 OO
Olsens Quadrille Band will be In attendance
James Currie Prompter
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS
HOLIDAYOIFTS
BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR HOLIDAY
I Gifts be sure to visit
R ALFFS
J40 lIaic Stree1i
As it will save you much trouble and you will
be sure to make a fine selection for a
Christmas or New Years
PRESENT
If you inspect our
French German and Carlsbad
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DINNER AND TEA SETS
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Lemonade Sets Liquor Sets
Water Sets Punch Sets
And a most Beautiful Assortment of
ART BRICABEAC
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BISQUE AND MARBLE STATUARY
Plated Ware Porcelain and
Cutlery Etc Etc
JIail orders solicited Call and Examine
my Goods and Prices
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JEWELRY
DO NOT SEND EAST OB WEST
FOR YOUR
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But BE SURE to Examine the Stock of
L HOLLANDER Jeweler
148 Main Street
BEFORE BUYING
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY
DIAMONDS AND SILVER WARE
Anywhere Else
ly Prices are always the Lowest the
Good
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ELIAS ONS
142 MAIN STREET
Yon can find the largest assortmeut of
iOld Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everything needed in that line at
Very LoCVcst 2E = > arJ cos
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