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Ailvertlilug rates luriilnliuJ at olUco
f dAtT LAKE DRMOCIIVT ruiiMsuivo COMPANY
Onico f9 ont 71 W Second South Street
JOAN II DKVMS filtlor
THi KNIGHTS 01 LABOR
t Hiaditiett of the IUli lust gives 11 t
synopsis of nn eltiboruto nrtlcli written
I by Mr C ty I Wright for the Quarterly
Journal of Iknnomici on tho rise and
a progress of tho Knights of Labor oignn
izatioti It wm founded In 1870 in Ihihi
dolphin by Uriah S Stephens with six
Kmnentciittoru ns associates It was a
soerot society hoso leading ideas 1 1 wcro
that surplus labor IIIas keeps the price
of labor down that tho only remedy was
n secret organization whose object
1i should bo to regulate the sup
i ply of Inbor and its price
4 This first organization was afterwards
1 luioun as Local Assembly No 1
r Physicians politicians lawyers and
liquor dealers were excluded from meta
bcrsblp At present tlio two last named
i classes together with bankers and gam
blers ate excluded The first local
1
assembly was largely composed of gar
ment cutters Tho first district assembly
Il wan organized December 25 1873 The
17 order increased rapidly and in 1878 a
general assembly composed local and
41 district assemblies was organized
and the name of the order was
j L 9b given to tho public Women were
1 tirade eligible to membership and ar
rangements were nude with regard to
1 cooperation and benefit Insurance In
1882 the constitution was revised and a
I ritual adopted Teience V Iowderly
was elected General Master Workmin
Strikes and boycotts were denounced in
Y e 1834 + and a pronounced antagonism be
tween tlio Order and trades unions grew
a up The tenth annual session of tin °
General Assembly was held at Rich
ati mond Virginia in 1880 at which time
r the membership had increased to be
I j tween noon mid eight hundred thou
sand Last December Mr Wright esti
mates the number of members at 1000
000 The objects of the organization
f have increased with its growth Prom
t inent among them are the use of the
ballot in obtaining a 1 proper recognition
r and protection of labor Tho establish
ment of the eighthow law Tho thor
+ ough organisation of laboring men and
oinen in order to obtjiin their rights
The creation of board of arbitration by
I tho several I States The abolition of all
awn bearing unequally on various classes
A just income tax is demanded Gov
ernmental ownership and supervision of
railroads telegraph and telephone lines
insisted upon Equal pay for a given
amount of work without regard to the
Rex of the worker ifl i required and moral
1 4K un nnltli U < 1iljid to
1 7 Labor will make
itself felt as a factor in
I the political world Already its influ
I ence Is manifest in the controversy
III growing out of the lIon Abram S Hew
itts suppressed letter to one of the Dem
ocratic clubs of New York City Confi
1 dence is felt in tho ability and influence
lA of Mr lowderly chief of
i + X the Order and
if his counsels and authority are heard
I C and obeyed this powerful organization
will undoubtedly accomplish great good
l r The main obstacle in tho way of success
will bo the ambition of its local I leaders
t A to wield political influence for selfish
i purposes
° BIMETALISM
I kl
a s Alexander Hamilton in his report on
the Mint in 1701 said
t To annul either of tho
metals as
Nji t money is to abridge the quantity of cir
culating medium and is liable to nil the
Is objections which arise from a comparison
i of the benefits of a full with tho evils of a
jetP scanty circulation
4 + u Thomas Jefferson in a letter to Alex
ander Hamilton in January 1702 said
The Mint must stand on both metals
C p Henry Clay said
r t The highest wages and the highest
l intercut foi money are the hest condi
r + tions in which a country can be placed
Emil do Lnveleye said
id 8 After 1773 wu witness II 1 worse phe
4 nomenon Silver in expelled gold be
comes scarce prices fall Industry los
j
is ing money limits its operations the
spirit of enterprise declines Capital
I little demanded becomes a glut the rato
of interest falls The
connection of
cause
and effect becomes as evident hero as in
J t he period of expansion
p t Mr yens Minister of Finance Neth
erlands said
I According to my profound conviction
there is but a single relllelyJI iR the
tnlofition bimetallism
I
Air Wolowfiki before tho French Mon
Nary i Convention 1809 l said
vi The mini total of the precious metals
r la reckoned at fifty f milliards onehalf
gold and one liaR sliver If bj a stroke
ti of the pen j they suppress one of these
C metals in the monetary Hirwto they
r double the demand for the other metal to
the ruin of all debtors
I
ir jP M Rouland Governor of the Hank of I
France said
la Wo have not to do with idle theories
Tho two moneys hUN coexisted since
the origin of human
society The co
exist because the two
together arc nec
essary by their quantity to minuet 1 the
h needs of circulation
Sir Archibald Alison in his Hibtur
of Europe says
u The two greatest events that havo
1 oc
curred In the history of mankind Imo I
fuan dlrfvMy hroMdbt l nlinut
hro hv n unrv I
also contraction and expansion of tho cir
t rr culating medium of society The fall of
tho Komiui Empire HO long ascribed In
Ignorance to slavery heathenism and
moral corruption vat in reality brought
1
r
about lit a decline in tilt slice and gold
ininei of Spain and Greece
Columbus led the way in the career of
I renovation j when he spread his sails
across the Atlantic he bore mankind and
its fortunes in his bark The
annual supply I of tho precious metals for
the use of tho globe was tripled j before a
century had expired the prices of every
species of produce wore quadrupled The I I
weight of debt and taxes insensibly wore
off under the influence of that prodigious
Increase In tho renovation of Industry
the relations of society wero changed
tine weight of feudalism cast ofT the
rights of man estahlishedTllt Sitiei
D > llnr
THADi 1KOSrnCTH
Latest advices from London tell of a
slight appreciation in tho price of silver
Tho state of uncertainty with regard t to
war matters Interferes with business and
has tomiwrarily at least seriously af
fected all speculative ventures American
securities so largely held abroad have I
recently been thrown upon the market I
and returned to this country Should 1
the volume of returned securities con
tinue it will involve an exportation of f
gold on our part or a large increase of
exports The certainty of war will
Insure such exports It will also
tend to a movement of foreign
capital in tho direction of investment
in American productive enterprises
Speculative dealings in stocks I will bo re
placed by permanent investments in real
estate mines and other productive in
dustries to the great advantage of this
country
Tho excess of exports over imports
last year dropped down to a dangerously
Email margin The balance in our favor
was 00000000 less than in the
year previous The large increase of
standing armies and consequent outlay
for equipments and munitions of war
will oven in the absence of actual hos
tilities increase the demand for tho agri
cultural and manufactured products of
this country From fifteen to twenty
millions of able bodied men drawn
largely from the productive classes in
Europe and idling away their time in
military camps and fortres es must be
fed and clothed through the extra labor
of a lessened number of producers
This country can feed the world
and supply the failing treasures
of all Europe t with the precious
metals Their loss is our gain though
the world is made poorer by the enor
mous waste of Will and preparation for
it on a large scale Tho only four I i is
that tho contagion of war may seize on
our hothoaded legislators and dema
gogues and we Ix 1 swept into its dextrin
live imielstioui
I
10 swear Drool to swear that la tine tuts
tion
Whether tis boat to follow our omlowmeuU
To their logical cuds and to hold them
Superior to all tuckered tent oaths
Or to lot tho polyRnmto hnlk HO down
With a dull thud to darkness and to finds
Hut who from pnblio orib cnn be cat off
And tike wild asses feed on cast wind
spite 1
OutUink ullle7 KolobH pod or pale John Taylor
Hut then tho dread of nonjothinc flfter
swearing
That now discovered country the Ien thn
stripes
Thus conscience doth make oownrds of us
all
1nswear Lion or not to sweClr that is the nuea
OUTSPOKEN positive men like Hewitt
the Major of Now York are not in do
mand in these ticklish times of multiply
ing antagonisms and thick coming
parties Iut they arc needed none
tho less Tho occasion demands
positive and honest men of ability
and influence Permanent political
parties cannot spnro from their milks
such men as Thurman and Hewitt
Mugwumps and political centaurs tout
tiply and increase But statesman with
enlarged and
independent opinions yet
governed by the organic principles which
underlie the permanent parties of the
country are needed and should be In de
mand
Tni rut is a striking contrast between
the affected hilarity of
the
Herald in con
nection with tho presumed enactment of
the Tucker Eduuutds law and its inert
ous desire that it be vetoed by the Presi
dent Its arying moods from grave
to gay from lively to
Core gio vlri
cty to its otherwise soporific columns
flit festive Yells with lengthened
visage Mill grieves over an impending
libel suit and casts a sinister eye in the
direction of the I
tithing fund at present
growing small by degrees and beauti
fully lens
Sudden Death
Du FLINTS HEART UIMHM
Hn will
> io
110
long I life by preventing those sudden I
deaths from heart disease which bring
untold grief to families often plunging
them into poverty because of tho un1
timely decease of the broadwinner At
druggists100 Descriptive i treatise with l
j
each I bottle or address J tJ ckit it I
CoS T
Brio Neufehatel and t Ptitiluina I
chciMt
+
su
just arrived at C H Ijutirs
Hark Mfhliiiiiiliis Lherj Muhle
Main Street north of Walker HOIIMI
A first class fully equipped establish
meat in every particular I I
NOTICE
Ilouso report all irregularity m tlio deliv
cry of the DEMOCRAT at once to tills olllcc l
sitter in person or by postal card
> en Arritnls
tle mire gelling In a fresh stuck daily in
our IInos of fancy and staple wocbrlcs
Hah game and poultry and chimes traits
Our brisk trade Insures our
patron that
everything In our line id fresh and of lire i 1
finest quality Give us call
w o a < iin Itemein
her C II Durst next to the Walker
House
Tlio Worth System
Mrs 1tiUVr will give hlRtructions in tho i
elebrutod Vo Tii8v8TfcM of culling
tnd fitting For terms
ruin further pur I
ictllara apply to 358 Want First South SL
a jl
I
r
MISCELLANEOUS
r
Home Evidence
Nu other preparation Im won success at
home I < equal to Hood Hirsiparllla In I
Icmcl Mast where It Is made It Is now
as It bas lieeii for curs tin1 lending medicIne
for purlfjlni the blood and toning and
MrciitthfiiliiK system This good name
at home It I ° II tower ot strength abroad
It would icrgulre a olumo
Pooplo to print all Lowell people
have said In favor of Hoods
of rfirsainrllh Mr Albert
L I I heirs 1 living al 29 Kist 1lno
Low n II
b u w u i i
Mucti 101 ell for 15 years
ellllloet as tons ctrJ1enter hJ W Bennett
president of the Eric Telephone Company
Iiail a large ninnlns sure como on Ills leg
which troubled him a year ft hen he began to
take Hoods Sarsaparllla The sore soon grew
less In size and In a short limo dIsappeared
Jos Uunphy 211 Cen
tral Street Lowell had PralSO
swclllngi ami lumps I H i
on his face and neck n O O CI S
which I Hoods Barsipa Sarsaparilla
Alta completely I cured
Mrs C W Marriott wife of the First As
sistant Tiro Engineer of Lowell says tint
for 16 yeas she was troubled with stomach
disorder and Mel headache wlilch notlilns
relieved Tho attacks cams on every fort
night when sho was obliged to take her bed
and was unable to codas any noise She
took Hoods Sarsaparilla and Stet a time
the attacks ceased entirely
Many more might be phcn bad we loom
On tho rcconuncmlitlon of people of Lnwell
who Know us we ask you to try
Hoods Sarsaparilla
SoldliynlldniBsliU 1 UlilrforW ItcpuroJonl
IT C L HOOD t eo At > olliC urlci Ix > woll Man
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
Spring Styles
JUST ARRIVEDm
NOBLE WOOD Co I
TIIE J
Exclusive Hatters
t rhr
TM l
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
YOUMAN HAT
The Cruder 1 of rtt > uiuii in Sew YOlk and l
Ml Luge fitiv
I
i
NOBLE WOOD 00
1
80 W Second Soiith Street Salt Lake
HENRY F CLARK
Fashionable Tailor
63 Ooxitlx 3VC vixx St
A Nice Assortment ot Cloth always
on hand i
The Shortest and Most Direct Route
1
To the East i
IS VIA till
A tcblSOn
i i Topeka Santa Fe i
Which canned In a Union Ueiuil
with tho Dourer l at tlfc1110 +
I A limo Oroude
now line In I Hallway Dili i
fcploudldly oqulpped with j
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Day Coaches i
Steel Rails i
Heft Uttllrond hnlhiK lluu uu lu tlio
Insuring totinlr
tpeed nafoty comfort Iud
luxury
quickest time to mho MIfcsoiirl Itlver
WII IIAMULIN
tt I1 WHIlt
OeucrRl AKLMH den Iass
l k
lcncrColo ATlttAut t
OIO Topeka Knn
CHAR I IAHSONS Denver t Colorado lg ass ten
I
The BU1UJlNUPONr I
AOUJE
+ + 1
I f SHORT LINEtSHORT LINE
r
j DocVor
TO
Chioago
And All the Principal Cities East
O H
CROSBY F U SIMPLE
I i
28 Iurlmerit Ofiiernl Ageu DiNTVijCOIOlUIJO Traveling AuviiV I
J
iI
= WALKER BROS
ihZ I
WALKER BROS Co I I I
AxtE OFFmrtXNG AT
I
A BIG BARGAIN
A LOT OF LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS
Muslin Underwear
ooixrsxsixaxrQ > OF
Skirts Chemises Drawers Night Dresses and
Corset Covers I
PRICES FROM 25 CENTS UPWARDS
BARGAXNS XN
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 1
Bargains in Our Notions Department
Bargains in Our Carpet Department
Bargains in Our House Furnishing Departmt
Bargains in Our Gents Furnishing Departmt
Bargains in Our Clothing Department
Bargains in Our Shoe Department
Bargains in Our Cloak Department
NO 1IUMHUO WK MEAN WHAT 11E SAY Call and Bee us and Have
money
oneyIAIKER t BROTHERS COMPANY
GROCERIES HARDWARE MINING SUPPLIES ETC
CunningtonCo
Load1ng Iloulgo In U1iah for
Family Mining Supplies
WK OAltltY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
I I
I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
I I
L Wholor3calo rind Bo1ni iQ
IN OUR HAUDWAHK DKlAUWIENT we carry u full lino of CAltpENTEHt >
and MACHINISTS TOOLS amid nil kinds of ailANITE WAKK TIN
WAKE TABLE and lOCKET CUTLERY
IN OUR MINING DEPARTMENT we carry u full Block of CANDLE POW
DEU FUSE and CAPS PICKS SHOVELS STEEL STEAM I FITTINGS
Etc Etc
WE AKE AGENTS FOlI
Giant Powder Oriental Sporting and Blasting Powder
WORTIUNGTON STEAM rUIlSElTRl KA Fmg mid GARDEN HOSE of N Y
Hooker Pumps Howe Scales and the Crescent Extra Steel
p
CUNNJNGTC I > N cc oo
i i
OOHOOL
San Lake Budweiser I lNl
5 C J 1 1f1S ONLI A LASS Gym n a s lu m
THE FINEST
Wines Liquors s Cigars
AI
NO 75 COMMERCIAL STREET
CHARLIE THIEDE
IPioiariotor
K HelL IAMK TUCKKII H U HELL
SELLS OOi I I I
Wholeale aud Ketall Healer In I
LUIfIBEEt i
FfOUKINd J iIC
SIDIN I i LII8
1NOIKS flUKhlH
Wrl lNk GMfj
WINDOW WtlOllls J < NAIIS
DOORS WINDOWS 8 MOULDING I I
V Specially
PrlcestoSuitthc Times
ORDERS for RED PINE SOLICITED
Call pn us tloro 1 purolmhlng olscwliero
132 It fr I Soutli I
i Street rppuIto
till Vuril tN iinblr KoniiiN I
HENRY WAGENER
SALT LAKE CITY
j
California Brewery
Lager Beer
WHOMISALL AND JICTAIJ
i i
I < ooooicl Soxitlx Hitxoot
Three dour Kiist or Mnln Strict
I
ZZILr
Utah Central li II
Apr 1 14 1000
rubseuger Tralua leave cart Lake
IUw IJIWIOl
< I01NO i t1ll I
NOinilAllautlcEiiiriiikiitS n OUa in
Park rily uui Utah North
OOINO BOUTIlKxiirtiil tru I at7JJOa Iliniuiigtr m 1 p I ui
luseinjorlriilii Arrive Inl1 In Salt Jalto Dally an
TiMSt UiLll VUJEtrii Wlttlljj
m
1arkUltyauil Utah Northern
rIM HonrH Kxircu l IMticUKcr at Ito 11VO I mum j a i in
JOHN SHARP I I
KltANClH COIK Uoul Same
Oeul hot 1 ii ss Act I
v
IS NOW
OPEN at tho
BUSINESS SALOON
15 E Socond South Street
i
MICHAEL I l FITGEHALI
The CIIAMlIO > SIIUhLE
HOOK 1IIIIIKWKIIII 1IOUNIAINS OF 1IIK
151111 etc of Hlvelnitriicllous Clubs t and lu the ilanl Art the
I I Wt
Athletic Acrnmpnrlrmonlt i I
llevcrnfjcs Wlues Mijuori aoJ all kinds nl first class
lucluilluff tho Malt Lake ItresIne
Comjianys Deer Saught IlrOHlnff
on
dMUght
the irell knniru caterer and IlhclIell by
IoviMV
Inn SUN
I
KAHN 1he
AHN BROS SV1 It nn
uiKtlielliihir
UPllIlIle
I
Ii
i I
Wholo iie and Retail
a GROCERS
I
I TAUKti Country ucni Dealers Ihclr will wllt to their AD VAN
lathe ordeM to thu Hlxivu tlrrn
I
I
I
to1ni1 DOl > > nrt11lou t
Htoci The rUhailESI anil < I1KBT Uuixlw l nn kept lu I I
8A11 lAKKCnV UIAII t
MAIL LETTING8 I I
Notice to Contractors
POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT
AHIIMJ10N U CJUII 21 I 1W7 1
J IIroroeams 1 ttul 1 h1 hcuknco
Coulrcet Uhroul 1 lhiaUoperUUOnt or I lilt
1 11 UII April 2 IM7 for I until I l
tile culled Hloles corrYlul the math ul
uIHI it
1110 e t flat
lug to thu cheduluuf std oord
apeclavd by Iho UIOHmolll arrival am departure
III runt In HID
Itoh lu
from Turrltory
July 111ST I 1 to Juno JO IM
111 1 01 coulee
1 with rl Il 111 i
lurID tutuuu t to
for hlddera with
onlructu
and
IxjiiilH
necessary liifunoatloii H arjl all other
ulll hu < i
application In the Hiconil furiilihul ui > nn I
U Aadalnul l l
Jelifrul lo tin tcr I i
i
WILLIAM F VILAS
lOSr3hWr lll
HNLlCoII l
=
OBNTS OLOTHILRS
DONT FAJL TO
at1
ONm OF
i 13 In anS
CORKSCREW WORSTED 1250 SUITS
OTHER HOUSES CHARGE 82Q
FINE DRESS SUITS 81650
OIHKH HOUSKS niAKQC W3 00 J
BUSINESS SUITS 81326
OlHIJU IIOUSKS OHAIUIK fAMW
I SPRING OVERCOATS
1450
OTHER HOUSES CHAHGi 2LtU
I I Offer these Goods for Sale in Utah
STAY WITH Till PUBLIC IN
WILL SALT LAKP hhUIIYE
I OUDKUS TO UULM10SK TUT 1UBUC Or UKMOVLNC K 10 I
I LIPMAN NEVER TELLS A LIE
Ma H LIPMAN
Tho Loa l1ng Olotlxloi
i I Nos 175 and 177 Main Street
MERCHANT TAILORS I
VV Vv
Large t tools
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
ESTABLISHED t878
CJLOJEX SnU1plM
AND FASHION PLATE
II I I AM >
I
T111n1X11ngs + r IllHhS OIISHIUSllIUIk
1
y l
i BY rise YHtJ
Mwlcil to HIIJ nuJre
m applilulion
I THE TRADE
1
I
1111IJJoI + < arr + pwulrueudnlldtnl
I BtIC11111s J ollclte1
Tnilorw U11c1 Waolou DJnpoJtII
illulu Sired Snit Lobo Clly app alkir Himnc p I 0 BOX ass
I ESTABLISHED 1878
M Jos BATJMGARTEN
IEAS Il01ABLE TAILOR
ii AH M si 111 n irn v nn I list or
4 f
II 4 VaJAJ AH > wiNiMCli l CLOTHSi
I itM HHr 01 fi Of His Own Importation
t >
li
Hw r vhlh J 1 III IIInk I
up IIKArKKTJIAN
TIIIN
AM
la JL H 1 IIOUiKlNTIICdn
Mllreh tT Fill TTMCljiVnTBKr
I 1 O I tux 3M BALl UKE CID
HARDWARE MINING MACHINERY AND GENERAL SUPPLIES
1 C tAttee lretldeul
U T LAcylee Ircildciit I I MolSON
UTAH AND MONTANA MACHINES C01
H6CCCS011 TU
itPJ
u nrrlesrbemoslcamplelr
sloeklnthoSSett
IRrw i
tit Hoisting Engine
Rock Drills
t r
AIR COMPRESSORS
WesflughouseEogioeselel l f d 1
Mrllllll ldP
1UW1OI
BOilers B1oVVera db Fans
Wire Rope Horse Whims Steam and Air Hose
Iron P1pe and Fittings
Huncock nml InsplratolB thirthtg SUpplies film IlIhriealin l Oils Chilled Iron Cur Wluefr Smelter rIiII
hankl Hlandlud Iaeltinikll TOlls WiXxlHorkliiK Mnihlnerr Wr
Scales l 17orrila l Iowder l and fuse
T < CaJl
Wul1s I Putout i nps 1
Crushing JtIIs noel Urcalwls COli
enuhn1 Js Jigs SIiakin TaWe and Complete
CouceuJntiu Wors
Call
n11cl
Soo P1nu
ST AMP 1IILLS AtTD SJtlrnLTERS I
fiINTH I FOH I IIUSUN AriM l j UAMWAY S Model ill StOlt
Olfllo HUrl Mend fur I imilarn I
WnlOItltIl +
lL s > Haiti Street Suit J ha6oCilj I
Arouoy
XJxxtto lVIontll1l
OKOHOI lI SCOTT Irusiilimt I Ud =
JAMKH t H ttUMFlW
H OMJND1NNINO II
Vlcn1rHMUIint lIeerlarI
Geo M Scott CO
MUKThUH AND I > JAU < KH IN I J
HARDWARE IRON STEEL IRON PIPE
Miners Tools Stoves Tinware Bte il
AND A
W A 1 iioral Assortment of Mill j Jidiugy t l l Ii
niItANIIYi IItONWAItE 1NU IJltllJJNIJ IINN NI111IU I LU1tlNEP J 1
IIICI In
III IOLIHIEII MvNii5Ki ANDiicciu TiNWAiii rf na It
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NII WATIJIt IllH imHH IOU1JS HIM
nranm rxrnromwTTnrTtur
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ing InKliM CUll III Hwlc II toll 111I0 of f lllkH UnnioMMl Slwuii IIIHI J Ii I awl 111n1e1
mold I KMKlim Oil Jolt I A IGx + blings SlIIH Cs ft < tl Wir Ropo1uumn II l1I1ne1 say f
IIlreulell M
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IlIttllt E + Htrotlhcl lowlllJr CIIIS + mill Fuse I lIoHlon RrllngonI
tL < l Hlillher UoltliB Klookliolm fur Illdi Jtonln and a
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