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Salt Lake evening Democrat. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1885-1887, October 28, 1886, Image 2

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SALT IAKK DKMOCIlTlUllU1IIISaOMlANy
OfflooO and 71 W Secon South Street
h JOHN II uxXil l > Ifiicrnl lUnaitc
For Delegate Congress
W M FERRY
01 HUMni UUNM
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uoma ANn I111 r
Next to tlio icmouil of licnoi il Mr
lollnn fiotn tIn command of the rrnj
r of thu rntomic no event in the lintorj
nf lhlt great c0ll1nlllll1 will fraught with
111 utcr inleioilthnn that which relieved
1 Hooker I fioiu its Lomminl mul subiti i
luttd I Mcuilp It will bo icinomliarptl
tint I Hooker I hid but recently fiilcil In
the cimuniiii nt C Iwnccllorsv illi iind ltd
ought liu Lentil comniiiul bj mm I
tirlj t movement through Virginii into I
tutu throiiLli IIIIhlllll 1 uttl Imil just
0 loniplotod inollnnnftrict foi tint CIIIIIL
mint of Leo vvlipn the ordir to uliovo
bun arrived In McCIoll caso it was
I u luinfnl surprise to ol cor and men but
A not HO in this looker I hid miccceiled
t in alienilins the good will of Roernl olb
prs high ill rank and though w soldiers
t they would give him hcirtv Hitpport an
f men they did not hi u him Ho I had in f
E t turcd it plan that did not meet their ap
piovnl and all thniKi pointed to the WiRe
dom of Minton in miking the change
4
lhe change roBiilUd in victory for the
Union arms but how close tint victory
alllo to hem a defeat pcihips no nun
who knows will ever toll The history
co of the tbango in i oinin mils will be mail
I
by all who woro on Ibo ground with in
tcicst
I From it iuitr ill tInt otfilii for No
mboi wo take this ilon nption of the
I mlilmght visit i of Colonel llnidio I to the
y f headquarters of tho Arm of tho Poto
t t mac near Frederick I Mtl to transfer tho
r t itl Lotnmnnd from looker I to Menle
Mcado nns IHLII mid wlitu nwikpnul
I ns Lonfoundod hy the sight of mi ofll
I I rem from the War lipirtiiniit stiindhiK
over hilll HP iftGiwirds Httd that ill
lb IIIK Mini htupor his first thought ntis
ii that ho was to bo taken to Washington
In uriost though no rcfon otcunoil to
m him why ho should ho When ho real
l iod the state of affairs ho lioe tno much
S igitntcd ptotcstiiiR ugtinst bcnu l > lUdt d
I j ill Oinmind of tin unity hleh otis look
1 0t1L ing tonnnls Reynolds uM IIIH snccessoi
if Hooker I should bo displaced referring
to tho paruomil fricnddhii bctucLU Hoy
nolds and himself which wOllhl make tho
J Ft Ir05ilellts order 11I1 mstiumcnt of injus
j i then to both urging tho hcavmtss of the
I r iCBponsibiht ra suddon placed upon I
S i him in presence of tho enemy tint1 when
t J ho was totally ignorant of the positions
t I nnd dispositions of the IIrmy Ito wall to
i take t ill charge and strenuous objecting
to tho requirement that tit should go to
Hookei houlqntriers to tike over tho
J tommuul without bein sent for liv tho
ommandmg geneial as Mc lellan had
sent for Burns tlo mil the latter 1 for
a Lb Hooker It was a muitil relief to the
stern euctarj of War when Oenein
r Meade spont nitons titttrmcor were 10
i i4 ported to him to note that hu had ut
toroil no protest IIaillllt Hookoi bunt
mel loved of the command men ill what
mnht almost be called I the pio Lneeo
tho onem This sdeiuc on the part of a
It man HO re udless of himself so regard
JI fill of other Mr Stanton nu opted as be
int in itself his complete vindication
F After taking Colonel Ilardios opinion its
I a professional soldier that ho had no luu I
fill discretion to vary from the older
I given horses and an escort were ordered
1 out and the PIt proceeded to genoml
headquarters some miles distant liar
l dlo undertook to break the nous to t
i Hooker who did not need to be told tiny
J thing alter seeing who his visitors worn
It was a bitter moment to all for Hooker
1
had construed favorably tho dola > in re
spending to his tender of resignation ttiu
could not wholly mask the revulsion of
loolmg Goner liutterllold the chief of
staff between whom and Oener Aleail
much coldness existed was called in1 111I1
St the four officers set themselves eirnestl
j 10 work to do the bttto some service by
s J honestly transferring tho lommuid 111111
4 ill that lould help to make it amilahlo
for goal fonsion seas Homcnliat otsei
1 bv Meides insisting upon being regarded
I i is a guest at headquarters while Gonora
Hooker I was piesont i and hj his re piest
nig Gene i nl Imtterllold upon pubh
grounds not to tterciso IIIH privilege of
withdrawing with his thief but I Hooker
hayin and Iea idus ovciritrim nerve
made tho lengthy but mdispeiis ibloton
ferenco rather trying to tho whole pirtv
I When RbnoUN hoaid tho nons ho
o
t 1 dressed himself with scrupulous alll
j I handsomelv tttonded moths to t hen
matters to pay his respectt to the now
I H lommandei Aletdo who looked like a
f wagon mister in tho marching clothes ho
had hurried slipped on w hen iw ikcnu
In his tent understood the motive of the
act and after tho exclitiiiLo of thin iluta
Hails ill iround he took Hovnoldi by
tho arm ml leading him aside told him
how surpl sing imperative and unwe
Iit omo wero the orders he had icooivei j
how much ho would have preferred tho
t hoico to hav o fallen on Ue nolds how
uixious lie hal been to to Koiiolt 8
i md tell him those things md lion hell
l4 less he should hold himself to be did he 1
t 4 ° t not feel that Konolds would give him
t9 the oatncst supjiort which ho would have
ffi given to Reynolds in a like situatio
1i rteiiolds ansneied that m hill opinloll
I ho eommand had fallen where It be
lon od that he was glad that such n
weight of responsibllit luul not como
ujion him and that Ieatu < might count
t t upon the best support ho could gIve him
Meado then comiminieitul to Iteynol
t all tint hu hid mud Horn Hookei I am
on
Uuttctllcld luitioiiilng tho moveimnlB
and positions of the two iiimles tutu
hastll conmom toil with hint II plan of co
cKration which icstilted in thc battlo of
Ottlsburg upon giound seleetcd bv
Itov nolds During the afternoon the con
sultations wore ended nnd with tho aid
of the rcptcsentnllve of the War Depart
nient the two generals drew up tlio or
ders which wero to announce formally
the change of command In the oven
lug tamling In front of the commanding
generals tent icneral Hooker took
leave of the olllrcrs soldlOIHalld civilians
attached to headquarters nnd amid mutiny
n God bless you Oellelll got into the
spring wagon that ices to convo him
nllil 1 Coloncl Unrttio to tin inllroad m ta
n in route to Washington lien nil
was lead for tho start tho throng about
the vehicle icspectfull how back as
eilo approached with uncovered head
the two men took each other 1 by tho
land some words pained between them
moved off and
In II low tono tin wagon
Meadc walked silently into tho tout just
vaontfl In his prodcccssoi
SILVril DOLLARS
I
A hither I published m tin inliicsts of
metthsm at Cl vihnd nnd known
the Si uuu Ilillar publishes the t followni
citment jwmts on silver Iui te o
ninilml nJ fort i imllwnn I Kilifntnl
liii it Hint die teen nnrd iwd put in < n
CIItltilm > linn Svs die all Hint n HOU
SCIIillfhr inili n frai II imcial iiuuicifl
cruuRu onui tided over tho breakers
mpl bv sil rem Does III1Y one doubt
it 7 Let I him answer the question then
Whnt would bo tho condition of business
odaif tInt circulating medium were
HIIlIdenly contracted by the loss or do
ruction of f210000000 The labor
rikes wi now have are as summer
zephyr to 1 i eclone to the condition 01
thillls that would then rule Sthet is
iiletil II i llfgitnj and the inconsiderate
iisiness men of tins country who would
slrike it down know not what they vvouh
do j but the con pilRtors know well who
Illey are about
rite greenbacks tie hxed quantit nt
140000 000 Flue national bank incu
ation is being lontiuted nt thin rate of
010 000 per month or t1000000 por
year md if it were not for the silver dol
furs that aro being coined and put into
the i netil itmg medium there would soot
lou great stimtenev in thin mom 11 market
timid in a year a panic
Wo hao ahollt 27 per eapita ill told
silver jiecnbapljs national bulk note
alltl gold and Hilvci certificates vvlul
lime Ins double this imount or f j < 4
ict cipitu Wo are now holt in our
ircul itmg medium hundreds of million
of f dollars of the imount of monev ic
Hired to tummy on the business of this
ountiv piopul Om pojiuhtioii is ill
creasing it tho IIIto i of foUl pel cent pel i
year 01 doubling every twent livecars
this mere isi of popul ttion alone demands I
nn mereise in our mouej volume of it
east 1 fVOOOOOOO a year Hut our trade
toil commerce aro also growing
cm indmg a still fnithir mciease in tho
nonev volume of the eountrv nnd
this dcm md for more monc is not onlv
icing met but wo have a lot of conspiri
tort who turn in league with ngland en
eavonng to assassinate the iiosperitv ot
thus nation hy striking down the silver
dollar The indifference with which
man business men look upon tins silver
tiestion ipimnds one of Nero liddling
while Homo was burning It is not a few
silver kings who are lighting for the sil
vcr dollar j far from it it is tilt thought
fill men everywhere throughout this na
flout ngland I mn jingle her gume is in
he fate of pnoi starved nitions like
Egypt md Turkey winch chic virtuallv
owns but Vmcriut has hei own ticisuro
vaults with which to buy md ell tin
worM
iEOItGES HOSMSM
r 20SFIfI1
III onlei to show the kind of freedom of
the billot Inch Henrj George Reeks to
inuisurnto ill Now York Cit tee dip tin
following l from the Sun
It is btrnngo thnt n 1 sort of tjianny over
vvorkinmcn against vvhioh vvo hnvo often
heard most vehement protests t is now nbout
to ho nttemptcd by Mr Henry George Ho
said 011 ihursdaj night
Wo have mi organization that is HO well
disciplined thnt upon n word form the lender
it will jwur out I f numbers like n swarm of
been with my ballots in their hounds Jleii
Iwo tot ilinl then btmndcn duty fin if
they ito eier aftminnl then mil bi lubooett
fioin wait mimen s locieti I am assured
by my xecutivo Committee from II strict
canvass that the majority of this i organim
tion will vote the workwomens ticket i
Complaints of such dictation nfl this are
usually mndo ngnmst wealthy employers
nnd in most eases no doubt they are un
just
Wo believe that Mr Georfo has supplied
tho first incontestable instance of a public
nnd open attempt to subject voters to this
sort of discipline
I ho natural result of Mr Georges menace
should bo to nriay nganiHt him not only
over man who is not a trades unionist hut
n vnst number of those who are
Mi Hewitts I nninsvvertblo irkiiments
which we published jesterdij proved
how ill ilero Mr tieorlo is I ill vuutmuthmtgly
bcnstiiig to the men who h ivu joined IIIN
movement that if elected he will perform
mum things that ho known ho cinnot do
lIch things hcing outside tho duties of a
Mayor ind when these men iciluo just
how Mr Ocoro islands thin will bo
us quick to desert him is flies wen to
join him for uorkm num ham inteu sts
I too great in the big mctiopolJK to htiki
them on tho Inird of in > steiions prom
iso I winch coininon cotton tolls them can
novel ho ic lilted Mi deono pleaches
of tho power of political bones tutu tho ono
grout cardinal Hin of the piisent inethols
of election md on the mine ovimn in
another lull gives vent to tho ihovti
which out hos os injlluiu nest known
111 Now York politics for though Hiich
a thlntj us hosiiiHiii hu existed
there for yours thoro never has heoll
one of flit bosses foolish nounh
to brag of his powei on tIm
Htumji antI use it to catch votes In no
city In the world does tho press h form su
true nu index of the popuhu will is in
New York ant it issi iillknnt that while
all the papers give full phj to Mr
GeorgoB iittemneos thcj unciulvoeiill
oppose him and will snuccdln defeat
inn lihi Iliinii iii al iIaa nil in inirn
1
nlentlons Mi lleorge is just IIIOW blinded
by the populaill ho bus won to his side
but the people of New YorkII larto
lajontv of whom are working men
will take a second thought over the mat
er and then millIng how foolish II
vonld be to lovoluttontio the govein
icnt of the city when nothing of tllngi t I
ble good is promised in return they will
go back to their former ithhogituce mil
give ooinlisui mold shonldei
Till i I ouiuu louirtuuil hutS III uhf i ea
80ninl itt folio II s A potlild of silvom I
blllllon will htly atl per l cellt mom I
whlat 01 II giveti grade ill Jlllin 1111I11 ill
tho tTnltel1 i4fuitc Silver is Itoutht with I
guIdoI Batik nl htugliuuutl 10111 notes at
thin IllIn > ilOtg per cont uliseouttit IIllIt
premilR III flue UllitClI Slates If silver
bllllioll WOIU at lur we lIIay say tlmt a
gh ell um of gelul 01 IJtk note woultl
laity 100 10unrlH 01 hU11iOIl Illlt aq It is
301 per eent below flue coinagn pal
that HalllO SUIII 01 golll or hllnkoteH will
buy h4 l poullds BO that the dealer Ity
Hilllply cOIIerling his mOlley Into sillel
htllltOIl ctuuu hu a rlunntity of wheat ill
hulia teiureoetufeul hy IPi Insten1 of 100
It iq IIl1t that the silver diRlollnt gives
huliu tIm irrlsistihIe 10101 to fix IIIlni
IIIUIII Plicel for merirllll lllIal con
omlng which our JolIgliilh coutuins III
the Irain trnrlo lire HO jubilllllt
Tiiunr nnvris
How did ho live tills dead mnn here
With the temple above Ins grave
He lived as a great ono from craillo to bier
Ho was nomad in luxury trained in pride
When the wish was born it was gratified
With thanks ho took without heed ho Rave
The common man was to htm a clod
From whom ho was far as a demigod
His duties lo see that his rents wore paid
His duties 10 know that fIts crowd obeyed
Ills pulse if you felt it throbbed apart
trtk hl obn
W tk f
lr i
With a separate stroke from tho peoples
heart
lint whom did hn love nnd linm did he
bless
Was the life of him more than a mans or
less
I know not Ho died Jhelc titus none to
blame
And as few to weep but these marbles came
For flue temple that rose to preserve his
name
How did ho live that other dead mnn
From the graves apart nnd nlono
As a grout one too Yes tins wns ono
Who lived to labor and study nnd plan
Iho earths deep thought ho loved to reveal
He bnndcd tho bicust of tho land with steel
The thread of hm toil he never broke
Ho Oiled tho cities with wheels and smoke
And worKeis by day and workers bv night
1tv KR r6 rtr rrs lsn
tv ri
For the day was too short for his vigor
llight
100 firm was ho to bo feeling and giving
For labor for gain was n life worth living
Ho worshipped mdustrj dreamt for her
sighed for her
Potent he grew for tier famous he died for
her
Ihoy sty ho improved the world in his time
Unit his mills and mines were work sub
lime
When he died tho iboieis 1 rested and
sighed
Which wns it becune h hint livel o r
died
AUl how did ho live that dOll must theie
In tho oountrj churchyard laid
Oil ho Ito cnme from tho erect Held nil
He wits tired of the town nnd he took m
pride
In its fashion of fame He turned am
died
In the place he loved where II child ho
played
With thoso who have knelt bj Ins ginve am
prnj ed
Ho ruled no serfs tutu ho know no pride i
U hSth
Ho was one with the workers Hide i by side
Ho hated a mill and a mba and n town
With their fever of miser struggle ro
flown
He could novel believe that n utah wns mndo
101 a nobler end tlinn tho glory of trade
For tho youth he mourned with an enles
pity
Who were cast like snow on tho sticets of
tho city
Ho was weak maybe but ho lost no fricni
Who loved him once loved on to tho end
Ho mourned all sellish and shrewd endeavor
Hat he nevei injured u weak one never
When censure v > ns passed ho tree kindly
dumb
He wns novel HO wise but a fault wouldui
Ho wns never so old that In failed to enjoy
1 he Barnes and creams he had loved when n
boy
Ho erred and wns sorry but novel drew
A trusting heart from tho pure and true
When friends look hick from the years to bo
God grant they nny say such things of mo
I John lloule Heilly
Hi I tmuuitstiTtuttv for Fruit I lars at U F 1
I
iilmer X Broil S
INDICESTION
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A recent Attack of Indigestion or constlp tlan Is 1
easily cured If tha right remedy la applied butovery
moSlems except Hamburg digs 1 Is l so disgusting to
taste or cmcll that person prefers tola the disease
take Its course U tho abo o beetle cannot boob
tamed i j ecntj
OR FLINTS HEART REMEDY
When thus Heart KIdnej ai d Clrculi
SSfl lion sos In a hcalihy cf nditio i all other
Tiaia > ailments aro liters el tito tauoi blch
w readily ylclI l to tretimnt llr Hints
qj IIcart remedy cxcrU a tjndfla ai il direct
f action < in thcso ortai DuKrlpU iron
Usa accompanies each lottlt or mall lieu It will
repay a perusal ant 1 provo uhua l IIIIteroMt I
IrYfi1ZruI
At nil DruggUts or addrc s
J J MACK CO
lies o and II Front St San Francisco
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And Jlllehiuo Co
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IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS II I I
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MACHINISTS I
71 j 77 mid 711 W Second aouth Stunt
SUl IAICK 01 n
Mauulaiiuriit of turnace Mlulue nuj
1I1I11I1f Mltthluery lltitiug Cars suit Cr
WhIll Stag lot lilies sitS Isas lur HalUllIn
tireitfuig V1IIU 1 rli j u Oat lull sad tints VVniiulil of Ilullkr Iron i rPiicliit Iron Work uiii J
liielidliiitorimiiiuiul irluuun lor Irnut kiii
Interior Support
Order ira itte flllo1 11111 Hn wrk lIar 1
anleo1
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QROOERIES HARDWARE MINING SUPPLIES ETO
i = CUNNINGTON CO = I
Loac1i11g ElOUSO ixx Utah for
Family Mining Supplies
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SIOOK Or
Wl OVUHY V IDIjl AN KJUIhU
I
ii I STAPLE AND FANCY OROCEBIES I
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trVtr1u1aae1tu1ea sti c1 IvLo t no 18l
I N OUR IlAHinVAHE HUAUIMLN wo any a full linu of OAUlljNiLttS
and VOIIINISTS TOOLS and all kinds of GRANITE WAItE TIN
VA11I FABLE and TOOKIiT CUTIEKY
IN fUji MINING DtPAimiENT wu tarry a full stock of C AN DLLfa POW
DER FUSE and CAlS 1ICKS SIIVEIb bTEtA STEAM FITTINGS
Etc Etc
WE AUK AULN1S FOil
GinntPowdor Oriental Sporting and Blasting Powder
Hooker Pumps Howe Scales and tho Crescent Extra Steel
crUNNXNGTON de oo
WAGONS BUGGIES REAPERS PLOWS
GEO A LOWE
Salt Lake City ami Ogdon Utah
DEALER IN
COLUMBUS BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Strictly First Class Work and Unequalled when Price and Quality are
Both Considered
ABBOTT STEEL GEAR BUGGIES
II nl I style Well Hale anti I soil at UIO low 1 111 hs
SOIIUTTLEK FARM AND FREIGHT WAUONS
SPRING WAGONS and ROAD CARTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Agricultural Implements of All Kinds
Dederick Hay Presses Baling Ties and Wire
BUCKEYE FEED MILIb AM FEEl I I > CUTTERS KNOUII
STEAM PFMPfe nil sizes In stock AMES POKTAHL1 EN
OINLb LI111L UTIUtINI IMI1S SA tNl >
ShINGLE MILLS
MERCHANT TAILORS
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IAid t5I
OVXNTEB
Lssa
Large Stock
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
ESTABLISHED 1876
OLOTX3 itmT1oI
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FASHION PLATE
ANtI
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r1ianani11 g S
BVUS OIlIHrmASUIlm T
BY Irm YAtllJ
llIilOII to IIlY atIu1res
II on uillciition
THE TRADE
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auiiiiFU BUCKIlK q 8fI Correspondence Snlkltc 1
Tnl ors IVXLcl W OOloXX Drnporll
lUnl1l Street Sltlt lIke City Jrrl 55ItIkcr nUhC 10 lJOX tiNe
ESTABLISHED 1878 Jos BAUMGARTEN
IFASHlONABLE TAILOR I
HAS JUST ISICIIFI A IUII IINf Ot
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i a FALL AND WINTER OLOTHiS
f Of His Own Importation
t
I WhIch i tiio itt Inake up CIIEAN1t THAN ANY IIOL8I IN Till CITY
c Mlre i T I3 UJvJG 11TEN
> 1 O Jlox Soft SAil LAKY OIlY
ST MARYS
A OADEIf1Y
Null I I Lnko City UliililVr
ONDUOlBD BY 1111
SISTERS Of THE IIOL Y CROSSI
Mil 11 KM I for JlonrdirHiind I Duty Pupils
oumitncis
TUESDAY AUGUST 31ST 1000
rillh lOLKSr Oh SlUIn hMIIKVIhS I dll I
rJ IW li rll
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Jw II
I I tin I rmitl n c ii ii II utriuu i 0it sitS i 1 i ruin
1lhho1 1 lJucatli
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I Mil tUrS Mil U JIISU
I Ml UrMIUI IMIUTIMI
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llvlii liirluli In Hie rmtlUh niiri loris
NO XlltA 1 KAKOr
U IIMS l MOD KUl
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llailluure ticket can be irocurrd fur In
IUhiula 1 I
Fur Catalogue adIre a ahove
t 1 Ja
S1t950
IN OASH
GIVEN AWAY
To SMOKERS of Blackwcllb
Genuine Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco
Tills Special Tleposlt Is to trmiranlce Ihe
payment of the 23 premIums fully clcwrll cd
In our former aiinounccracn A
uJJlr prtmlunu vtill I to paid no matter how
imall tim number or bags returned may be
Offlct lllMlncM i Ihtrfiam TiAturo Co >
Jisian 10 0 sy 10 1154 i
r A WITOY c J
Oii lirjIw trfjrOeun ItMlmn tf C
DUB Stat ° IlIff HJMIU
5iB S T you wlllll
il I Ionia muses en Hrwiu
Deioe to t r nreird in t
for our i rai ty tobacco t1jl1t I In I U I ret irrwd li
IWi YOUM truly J H OAlllt ITuWent
Offiti vtiO osnfliasen
Iuadan1evNiomaou 1
18 CARrI Ell
Vil JitJu l Ituutite ok Co
iiPSSi HIII1 hlv to ackIlOIK meriti ot
Sihitotsi Cue iiis wtttri no hsOo mtacuot stein
inetat M < wltf rOoob f yoa aisto
Coors truly I A VtlLKI CluWur
Non irennlne wltlM ut Hcturo of IIUI L ou the J
IMIMill
Hf Hoe our btLor anulIWlWl1ICl1Ia
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BANKS
U S DEPOSITARY
Union National Bank1 I 1
etnlt XifvlJLO City I
Capital JiilljTnitl 20000011 I
rpItvNsVClS A 01 NHIU U NKINO 1IUSI
IIIANSL Itecclves dcioslts pnjnble on dc
maud
Collections ma lout current rates nnd remit I j
150CC made ott day of pamcnt I I I
Corrcspoudcntii ntn tlio I rlndpnl clllc of the I
United Stntes nnd Europe
Commodious Safe Deposit Vault
Connected with the nook
Si oclnl ntlctitlon given to tho Rlc of Ores
RU1U1 °
OSK11IH WAlKER lrcsldent
IltNJ 0 It YIIOUlU > Cashier
Deseref National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
Paid in Capital 9 200000
Surplus 200000
11 S EUrclgo 1rcslJcnt
cramprz Little Vice 1 rest
Jotutu Sharp
Jolmer
Sm ui ittter Directors
J A Oroosbcck
i s mflJ cnsldor
Jas T Little Ass Cashier
Kceeliei Pfj oMt Payable on Demand
Burn amid Bella Exchange on New York Son
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don aud principal continental cities
Makes Collections RemItting Proceeds
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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CORRESPONDENTS
NowAork Imporlcrs and Traders tsatlono
ItnuU Konntto Bros
Chicago < ommcrclal Btlonnl Hank
St LoulsStatoSa > lngsAisoclatlou
Kanss city Kansai City National Jiauk
OmabaOmaliaJ atloualllank
licuvcr City National Bank DcmcrNatloua
Qatik
IcnCommcrclal National Hank
llutto i Irst National Hank Clark 1 < Larablo
Helena > Irst Nf tloual Bank
Hailcy Idaho McCornlck t Co
Bcllcvuc Idaho O A JlcCornlck A Co
baiiFranclsco rirst hatloual Bank Crocker
Woolworth hi Co
VIEDIOAL
AN EOxEOTXO
Medical Dispensary
I C IHQGttS TilE sSEmmENOVN
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DH Specialist l t has t 01 cued an I Eclectic Mtdlc
Dlsotusarj In his clcuant larlors I at NO Wesl
ruirtt 1 South street 1H nlmtter I Block I
DR C W HICCINS
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Microscopic and Analytic Physician
Han practiced In Salt Lake tty ourliui yearn
and the underfill mil ucll islabllshcd cures
ho lint ciactcd In that time rrovo tlio sciiilinc
irluclplcs on which Ills remedies are com
i mauled clue mo < k of forming a dlaKiioils iii
the aid of the microscope enabki him to < Ktt ct
the prlm r > < elite of dlscao nil 1 oltlrt a mull
cal cure Hit doctor has cured thonvaii of
I cases of Ncr vuuus Dcbilitj Mental 11111 1 1 Iijlt il
Wellknes toss 01 Maulo1 nllli Nervonslios > I
tratlou ttto icsiiHs of cnrl liillhcrctl and
xceseu and smuts read to forfeit I H e Hun
g181 Dollars for nuj case taken mi Icr his treat I I
mcntnhlch J he fulls to cure i
Kjplillis 1 Oonorrhrca Ultct Strlcturunnl all
old llugcrlnx diseases which Itlnto the hloot 1 1
aul Imiatrtlie Hjstcn thrroughl uitiit I term
nciitlj cured I
M > trcntmeiit Is I sure certain mi 1 tj eelflc I
ELECTHICAL MEDICArED BATHS
Vapor Baths I liemlcal Balhs mil llerhlcal
xn
llalhs can I bo hu 1 at airy hour 1 of t the jay at llr
ii tv itug his Eclectic Sledtcal mOpelaRr
X NI J
No 85 55 1 l turd Soutit street
t itoitlul site as Ituero arc luau teho ho itoi
utmdcraiasI rlLl tuicuhiot t g my bath treatment
that those diseases which are most Ilkel to
yirttt 111 this treatment are loss of Vnlcc limon
rhlUN Vkthma LuiiLjlUeascs I Catarrh Nun oils
Ucakucss NeuralgIa tatsy DlsciiHs of the
Skin and Stlir Joints
Office hours trim On m to C j in and from
7taO p itt
Call t ll or nulthress nil C ss HIOOINSIO W
i Thirl South btrect ijaltlake Glty Utah Terri
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lencc CI9 r or Ui Hrs > t Wehl street Sill
lake City Utnh lerrltorv
ODD FELLOWS LODGES
TAll lonai NO li o o F MEETS
UTAH
overt fhusday nl 8 00 p m In Odd Fet
lows Hall Dillon Block Salt rt like tily Od 1
ellows lu cool 1 stall llni arc Im itc r1 to attend
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VltkUl NOUfONN O
J J THOMAS Secretary
ALTLtIcE ODOK NO 2 I O O >
SALT rI ONflr1L NOt l0t i1Oin
Meets every iTllny KtSOO m m Ii Odd
1ellows Hall Union Block Oil < 1 Fellows In
good Sinn HIIK arc Im Ite 1 to altou 1
f W 1IIT11EY N O
J M DAIIUVU Secretary
JO11IV lOUQt hO 3 OOI O U MtFlfl
m every Monda nt 8 00 p in In I Odd Kl
lows Hall Union Illi ck oil Jcllown In gonel 1
stau ling arc Invite 1 10 attcn
N CAlimi N O
B W Ii JKNNKNS Secretary
RinoKii jonni NO 9i ccMnTs
a every Welnesdny 1117301 t in InOdlHl
low Hall Union Blade < Visiting brnthcrH
mantle welcc me F K HOUOHION N U
W M CIAHK Hrcrclnry
U NItS PNCVM1MFN1 gil i 11I TTo 7
Meets the fcecon 1 mil fourth Tuesday nf
cacti mouth nt 8 00 p In In 0 Id cllowii Hall
Union 1 Block All atriarclm 1 In BOO 1 standing
arc Invite to mien 1 1 s nWNUCl
J 1 J 1HOMA8 Hcnle I I
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
OArN1rm 10nOE NO6 K 01 1HIm
IIlar convoutJunH overy MOllllny III Clhlle
II all Walker OleJn 1I0nso lit 70 1 Ill
Visiting Kllighl minute tuetuooo
F l IUIII tJ eLAND
II U faso E I 01 It auth H
LAND AGENTS AND ATTORNEYS
WILLIAM II iiiuit JAMOuuiOWa
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Olllco lIexl Ioor 10 U H Iallil I 1 Ofllce
Salt Lake City Utah
selit prulnue ellllll1 It I lonlete1 11111 tutu
Ietuulil I euues iii iii I titit 1 I Otttuo I ut hott Itike
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tip Cittit auttl I teuueruil luimut Otttco it 5uetmiuig I l
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Notnry I ul lie IniilUuv I
K L IFOWA1M
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Land Agent Attorney
III I IIKE I taT II Ml
Olit mis Putouts for Agiioulunul i
lint Mlnuiiil Lamia
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CHICHESTERS ENGLISH
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JOHN SHARP
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Trains leave dolly as 10110
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G H CROSBY F B SEMPL
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with tho Deliver t Itlo Ornii le Rallwij 0
new hue Is I plondldly oqiilpj c 1 wllh
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Day Coaches
Steel RA R
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lusurlUK k 1 > ecd safety romfort and Imui
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CHAS 1 IAUHONH Trn cling r sif
Deliver Colorado
BREWERIES AND SALOONS
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A Fisher Brewing ti
Ilrewtry niarU 0 It It nail Ii 1 0 110 W
Salt Inks City Utah
Wo in u III1W yielded I iuauipt > 1 Ii 1 lie uUHs 1 J
Keg and Bottled Bcf
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HEABQUABTEHS
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The Olty 1101111 fur the ctlol rait 1A1W
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Tufts NystroDlf
Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main SI
Sitter will always ho I fetish a nuuPt1ut
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HENRY WAGBfi
SMI iia CITY
California Brew rj
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