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WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1887
Notice to Patrons
o > iKMOCHAT PoBLisHixc COMPANY will
m not be responsible for any debts contracted by
any person except upon written order from the
Manager
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY
J M YOUNG Manager
RATES FOR ADVERTISING IN
THE DEMOCRAT
Wants For Sale Help Wanted etc in Special
Column four lines or less 25c for first inser
tion 15c for each subsequent Insertion
One Square one inch per month 4250
Local Reading Notices lOc per line for each
Insertion Standing Locals 75c per line per
month
Business Cards occupying onehalf Inch In
Special Column 150 per month Additional
space at same rate
For special rates on continuous advertising
or large amount of space call at the business
office
Cash invariably in advance for all transient
advertising
ARRIYAL AND CLOSING OF MAlLS
at the Salt Lake CUr pol5tomce
UNITED STATES POSTOFFICE I
SALT IutE CITY Utah March 22 187 J
ARRIVE CLOSE
Eastern 750Pm730am
nllfornia and West 1100 aIl 420 pm
Montana and North 750 pm 7O am
p 1 R G East 450 pm 1030 am
Ogden Utah 1100 am 730 am
Ogden Utah 750 pm 410 pm
Park City 1l30am 340pm
Park City 750pm 730am
Logan 1130am 340pm
Tooele County 345 pm 730 am
Alta Utah 650pm 650 am
Bingnam Utah 450 prn 650 am
Southern Utah 650 pm 650 am
PIg Cottonwood 300 pm 1000 am
Tri rreeUy malls Through pouch
Hours
Money Order Department 9 am to 4 pm
RegIstry Department 9 am to 4 pm
General Delivery 8 am to 6 pm
Stamp Department 8 am to 6 pm
Carriers 15 indow630 p m to 730 pm
SUNDAYS
General Delivery Carriers Delivery and
Stamp Department1230 pm to 130 pm
GUY WILLIS Acting P M
Silver and Lend
Corrected daily by McCornick A Col 1
Lead New Yorkper 100 Ibs 430
Silver New York gi
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LOCAL JOTS
Mikado at the Theatre tonight
The painters are at work on the front of
Geo M Scott d COB store
McCorniok < t Co reoeired today Han
near bullion valued at 1580
Sixteen tourists arrived in a special oar to
day nUll will remian several days
Will the real estate dealers be accused of
watering their stock after todays rain
The g50 tons of ore spoken of in yester
days DEMOOKT expected from the Hon
onne + the Horn Silver
The tr tlo boys who were brought up
in thr Paiia Court today for killing Tan
ners duok ro given a twocolumn lecture
by the Court mmand to pay Mr Tanner
250 the n > ho valued his bird at and
a suspendtxi du OLCO
The friends If oorgo Savage will be
pleased to lear t 1 t the crisis is passed and
the young gen ieman is now in a fair way
for parmrnenfc recovery George is a rare
good boy and THE DEMOCRAT is glad to
know that ho will recner
The Printing amitteo of tho Loyal
League should be oulnrj 1 It is now com
posed as we arc informed of only two
members representing only threefifths of
tho capital stock of th < Republican organ
The membership should by all means be
increased to threw so us t J give the business
manager and twoUths owner an oppor
tunity to confer in regard to League print
ing matters with his two business partners
Tholiepublican organ says there are people
quiet conservative citizens who are willing
to bet that John Taylor and George Q Can
non will be on the streets under bonds in
less than sixty days and that their trials
will never be pressed THE DEMocRAT has
met a number of cranks who have expressed
such an opinion but none were willing to
back their judgment with coin If there are
such they can be accommodated by calling
at this office There are a few hundred
shekels in THE DEMOCRAT safe which say
that they are mistaken
PERSONAL
L F Clarke of Ogden is a guest at the
Walker House
H C Wardboich an Ogden druggist is
stopping at the White House
Johnny Yallon has so for recovered from
his recent illness as to be out today
J G Lenior Park Citys extensive furni
ture dealer is a guest at the White House
F G Needrfn house the St Louis iron
manufacturer is with his daughter at the
Continental
Roscoe Savage of Park City is in town
having been summoned to the bedside of
his brother George
E H Gayton L Baxendale and E Ben
net came in this morning and registered
at the Walker House They hail from
Honolula
Mr and Mrs Wm M Kin slnnd and
maid Mr and Mrs A C Kingsland and
maid and Miss May arrived from the West
in a special car to day They remain at the
Continental for a few days before continu
ing their trip eastward
Ernest Bingham for tho past three years
and upwards a compositor in this office
took his departure this morning for Salt
Lake City to fill a position on THE DEMO
OBAT A largo number of his friends as
sembled at tho stage office to bid him fare
well and Godspeed Ernest is a young man
full of promise competent and faithful in
the performance of his duties The Times
Review regrets his departure but knowing
the young gentleman will enter upon an en
larged sphere of usefulness entertains none
but tho best wishes for his success
wherever his lines may be oast Tttscarora
Arer TimesReview
Temperance
There will be a public meeting of
the Womans Christam Temperance
Uuion in tho M E Church on Thurs
day evening commencing at 730
The following is the programme
Singing
Scripture Lesson and Prayer Miss Paine
Opening AddressMrs Newcomb
Anthem bv Choir
Why the Women of Utah Should Sustain tho
WOTU MrsFroiseth
Kecitation Tho Monster Foe
Miss E L Knowls
Temperance Solo E T Harper
The Importance I of Early Temperance
Teaching Miss E S Dickoy
Pl rSocial Purity Miss Ella Danforth
Singing
limitation Tho W C T U
Elsir Diokort
lleoitation Yo Olden Time
TimePoarl
Pearl Newcomb
Closing AddressRev T C Iliff
Odd Fellows Take Notice
At tho request of Salt Lake Lodge No
2 a Rebekah Degree meeting will be
held on Wednesday evening April 20th
under the auspices of thc Grand Lodge
All wishing to take the Degree will I
please procure certificates from the Secre I I
taries of their Lodges
LodgesF
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G F CULMER G M
White II House I r
For the best meals and rooms go to the i
White house Everything firstclass anp
low rates
For Rent
A small bedroom Apply this office
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CARLETONS NANON
j A Jlclifflitlul PerformanccJUr Oih
Little Speech
1 It needed no advance puff to draw out
Ii a big audience at the Theatre last night
to witness the performance of Nanon
I by the Carleton Opera Company as the
remembrance of the success that the
company scored hero in the fall of 188o
was sufficient guarantee for this Had a
new opera been the bill it is doubt
ful that more than half as many
persons would have been pres
ent as the remembrance of
Mondays nights performance would
I have been a big drawback but the public
knew what to expectthey knew the
opera and they knew the artists who
were to handle it and were therefore
justified in expecting a genuine treat
Carleton himself shows to the very
best advantage in this piece and he
shows good judgment in keeping on his
repertoire as the leading opera The music
and acting are both well suited to his
style and he seems to know just how to
handle both in the most winning manner
The part of Nanon which was done
so admirably before by Miss Vincent
was of course given to Miss Rice and
although but little could be expected from
that ladys voice the opera did nov suffer
much by the change Miss Vincent sings
the part to perfection but Miss Rice is
such an ideal Nanon that her vocal de
fect can readily be overlooked She has
the same charming rollicking way which
won the hearts of all the boys when she
first appeared here and nothing more
was expected of her Greenfelder Miss
Wisdom and the rest of the company
were up to the mark and the opera went
off with all the smooth vim which first
won for it the high favor of the Salt Lake
public
The little speech which Mr Careton
made at the end of the play was in ques
tionable taste If the gentleman was
wronged by the accusations of the morn
ing paper which charged him with fraud
a card in that sheet or in all the papers
would have set the matter right
But this was not what Mr Carleton
wanted His darling Erminie had
been adversely criticised and knew that
the only way to make things right was to
work an old plan of his which he has of
ten before used so successfully on a Salt
Lake audience No matter what the oc
casion is Mr Carleton makes it a point
to come before the curtain in his pretty
stage clothes and thank the publicfortheir
warm reception their generous pat
ronage and the flattering compli
ments they extended to him He has
a happy way of making an audience
think that he loves each and every one
of them and they in turn say aint he
sweet and all is smooth sailing The
scheme worked to perfection last evening
and not only was the audience blinded
but even the Trombone with the sore
remembrance of that little incident of
1884 looks out through the wool that
Carleton drew over its eyes and practi
cally apologizes If anyone thinks that
Carleton made his speech for any other
purpose than to counteract the bad uu
pression made by Erminie he is badly
fooled
Yesterdays DEMOCRAT said nothing I
against Mr Carleton or his troupe but it
did say and repeats it now that Ermi
nie is the thinest thing in the way of a
comic opera that has yet bepn palmed
off on a Salt Lake audience In his
speech Mr Carleton tried to make
the audience believe that THE DEMOCRAT
had made insinuations of dishonesty
against him What we did say was sim I
ply this which we say again and in
which we are backed by at least two
thirds of Monday nights audience It
will be noticed that it is simply an ex
pression of the publics idea of the mat
ter
The failure of Miss Vincent to appear
was the cause of general regret and a great
deal of censure Carleton claims that she
was obliged to go through to Denver on
account of sickness but the public world
prefer to think that it had been duped
That paragraph contained Carletons
version of the matter and the public
version oPthe matter and because the
latter does not agree with the former he
gets on his ear and makes one of his soft
little speeches
THE DEMOCRAT neither said nor in
ferred anything against Mr Carleton
yesterday but since he presses
the matter let him answer this
In his overwhelming anxiety to do
justice to his Salt Lake patrons why
didnt Mr Carleton announce in Mon
day evenings papers the fact of Miss
Vincents inability to appear
In the same said o a to do the square
thing why did the gentleman fail to de
cide that he could not produce Drum
Majors Daughter until he discovered
that the public would not stand being
gulled
It will be sad news to William to learn
that his softsoap speech did not work on
every one iu the audience If anyone can
prescribe a remedy for this mans
wondrous selfconceit he will do an ever
lasting favor to those who purchased seats
in advance N f ced
AN EXCITING RUNAWAY
A Carriage Returning from a
Funeral Dashed to Pieces
Yesterday at about 4 oclock a car
riage left Grant Bros stable to attend
the funeral of J C Watson in the Sixth
ward On descending the hill from the
cemetery the horses being touched by
the singletrees sprang forward and be
became unmanagable They ran at a
furious rate for about half a block until
the corner of Coffee Johns residence was
reached Here the driver seeing evi
dent destruction ahead tried to make a
a big turn around the corner to the left
The turn was too short and the hack
upset The driver M Mortensen was
thrown nearly to the sidewalk but he
still held the reins regained his feet and
stopped the horses Mrs Green and
another lady who resides in the Sixth
ward were inside The former who was
reaching out of the window to open the
door had her hand nearly taken off
while the latter escaped with slight in
juries Dr Benedict who dressed the
ladys hand has strong hopes of saving
it Grant Bros this morning sent out
after the too numerous pieces of the
I carriage
I THE HADDOCK STRIKE
Itcliablc Information About the
j New find at Era
The following letter from Era Idaho
to the InterIdaho will be of great inter
I est in this city where the owners of this i
mine in question reside 1
I The greatest strike that has yet been
I made in the Horn Silver was made April I
11st I by tho men breaking into the ledge
I in the lowest working of the mine The
ore is very high grade and the vein im I
I mense The hanging wall has not yet I
boon reached but the cross cut at present
shows sufficient ore to warrant the asser
tion that the Horn Silver mine today is
one of the best mines in Idaho if not on
the Coast Twentythree feet of ore
has been passed through in cutting
the ledge which averages eighty I
ounces in silver and about 10 in gold j
The ore is of the finest quality for mill
ing being a soft gray quartz From the
1st to the 9th of this month the mill has
extracted from this ore 10000 worth of
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1 bullion and is at the present turning out
bullion at the rate of more than a tJiou
sand dollars a day Ore teams from the
mine to the mill have been running night
and day since the new strike anTI using
to the bad condition of the roads at vpros
cat it is almost impossible to keep the
mill supplied with ore i
The company is highly elated ever
their good fortune and intend to nuke
an addition of twenty stamps to their
mill as soon as the roads will permS of
freighting A narrow gauge railroad is
to be built the coming season from the
mine to the mill besides large contracts
for lumber coal wood etc are ff be
let which will furnish employment fpr f a
large number of men
The present flattering developments
has inspired every one here with itew
confidence in the prosperity of this Ac
tion and a number of new enterprises
will soon be started
THE CITY COUNCIL
Thc Warm Springs Incased at LuSt
Petitions Deports Etc
The regular weekly meeting of the City
Council was held at the usual place last
evening
The Salt Lake Brewery Company
asked that they be given some sort oi
fire protection in return for the heavy
taxes that they have been paying for so
many years Committee on Waterworks
C M Donelson Henry Dinwoody and
others asked that the longcontemplated
pipes to the cemetery be laid at once
Referred to the Mayor
0 P Arnold superintendent of thv
Street Railway Company asked the city
to accept a tax of25 per annum on each
car in lieu of the per capita tax on the
number of passengers carried Commit
tee License
Ed McClellan stated that he had
purchased the liquor business of Dn C
Tufts and asked for a transfer of his
license Granted
John Alford asked for a free license for
Mrs Williams foulo business Commit
tee on License
James Hegeny the California Wine
Company and the Salt Lake Brewery
were granted three months license
Mr Webber requested that Mr El
dredge be allowed to pile building ma
terial in front of his contemplated build
ing on Main street Granted
N C Christianson asked that he be
allowed to pile building material on
Second South and First East streets
Granted
REPOUTS
The superintendent of waterworks pre
sented his report for the quarter ending
February 281887 the total of expendi
tures was 1018338 Referred
The Mayor reported the completion of
the extension of the water works 15000
feet further up the canyon and stated
that the city was now indebted to the
firm of Dennis Long Co Louisville
Ky in the sum of 10000 for water pipe
Arrangements had been made to give the
note of the city corporation for the
amount at G per cent per annum on or
before March 1 1888 and he asked that
he be given the necessary authority to
execute the note He also stated that
that there was now in the city sinking
fund for the redemption of bonds about
the sum of 32000 and he recommended
that a call be made for sufficient bonds
to consume the amount Referred to
Committee on Finance
The Committe on Police reported that
they had examined and found correct the
report of the Marshal for March and
that of the Police Justice for the same
month
The Committee on Canal reported
similarly on the report of expenditures
for March in that department
The Committee on Public Grounds
reported similarly of the report of expen
ditures in Liberty Park
The Committee on Inprovemeuts re
ported that they had selected Policeman
Andrew Smith from among the many
petitions as lessee of the Warm Springs
recommending that he be given a four
years lease at 25 per mGhth Laid on
the table
An appropriation of 28 to Mrs Ellen
Kay and one of 20 to the dogtax col
lector were made
The sum of 1400 was appropriated to
J C Kingsbury as the yearly interest
on two 10000 corporation notes held by
himThe
The nuisance ordinance was then taken
up discussed and passed
Adjourned
AN INJURED HUSBAND
He Threatens to Do Up the Whole
Neighborhood
In the Police Court today Fred Reihr
man pleaded not guilty to a charge of
disturbance and his case occupied the
principal part of the morning and was
adjourned until 2 p m It appeaped
from the testimony given that some one
had called the defendants wife a woman
of bad character and that this fact so
aroused Mr R he walked into his house
with a pistol in his hand and declared
that he would shoot the man who made
the insinuation His wife and the ladies
of the immediate neighborhood became
so terrified at the actions and threats of
Mr R that they telephoned to the police
station for assistance It was also learned
that he frequently got drunk and created
considerable excitement in his home
A move was made by Mr Rs law
yer to discharge the defendant on
the gound that the disturbance was cre
ated in his own house and that it was
brought about by his desire to find out
who the man was that dared insult his
wife The motion was overruled how
ever and the court adjourned until
2pm
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BEFORE JUDGE ZANE
The Prize Fighters Plead ISrUcoe
Discharged
The following business came up in the
Third District Court today
The Court gave notice that the setting
of civil cases for the present term will be
made tomorrow morning at 10 oclock
and requests a full attendance of the bar
The People etc vs Fred Newell house
ing On motion of prosecution the case
was continued till May 4th on account
of the absence of an important witness
from the Territory
The People ect vs Robert Briscoe re I
ceiving stolen property This is the cele
brated chicken stealing case of which so I
much was heard in the Police Court a few I
months ago The evidence was taken the
case argued and submitted and after be
ing out a short time the jury returned a
verdict of not guilty and was dis
charged
In the case of the People vs Duncan
McDonald and Herbert Slade prize fight I
ing the defendants withdrew the pleas
of not guilty formerly entered and en
tered pleas of guilty September 23d at
10 a m was set as the time for sentence
LOSTHI dont know where I cant j i
tell when I dont see howsomething of
great value to me and for the return of i
which I shall be I
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good appetite I
FOUXD Health and strength pure
blood an appetite like that of a wolf I
regular digestiod all by taking that pop
ular and peculiar medicine Hoods Sar
saparilla I want everybody to try it this
season It is sold by all druggists One i i
hundred doses one dollar
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Absolutely Pure
This Powder never varies A marvel purity
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds 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 106
Wall street New York
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AMUSEMENTS
I U lt Lake Theatre it
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p b H B CLAw ONfrrANA ERR
rETURN
I RETURN OF THi GREAT FAVORITES
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ri s c > NDA Y Apri118
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3iir r Nights and Wednesday 1 < e Matinee
TBE
E A AALEIN N PEA t
Numerically Larger Artistically Stronger than
ever
SONDAY ERMINIE
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TUESDAY NANON i
WEDNESDAY MATINEE ERMJNIE I
WEDNESDAY NIGHT X 00
DRUM MAJORS UAUGKTEB
Tfl RSDAY N NON
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Vices 125 LOO 50c and 25c No extra
charge reserved seats
Tformance at 8 oclock sharp
MISCELLANEOUS
r + + < > ir + S
Remington Johnson Co i
faiTTr h asBLtTe
GROCERS
AGENTS FOR
Utah Powder Co
Safety Nitro Powder Co
ALLEN GINTER CIGARETTES
Gem Baking Powder
IX S ERB CO CIGARS
EMflodelo Cigar Manfacturing Co
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The
K AM N 1B ROS WellKnown
2 9 and Reliable
Wholesale and Retail
GGROCERSD
Country Dealers will find it to their ADVAN
TAGE to send their orders to the above firm
In the
otcn31 3opar1DLon1
The FRESHEST and BEST Goods are kept In
Stock
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
IHENRY WAGENER
HALT LAKE CITY
California Brewery
Lager Beer
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OC023C3 Soixtla jstares ft
Three doors East of Main Street
E SELLS JAMES TUCKER H W SELLS
SELLS 8 00
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
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LULVIBE
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FLOORING RUSTIC I
SIDING LATHS
sHiNGLES PICKETS
WINDOWWEIGHTS NAILS
DOORS WINDOWS MOULDING
A Specialty
Prices Suit the Times
ORDERS for RED PINE SOLICIT I
Call on us before purchasing elsewhere I
152 IV First South Street Opposite
14th Ward Assembly Rooms I
REMOVAL 1
OF THE I I
DRG Lumber Yard i
To THE OLD TANNERY SITE CORNER OF
JL Second South and Third West streets where
at all times may be found a general assortment
of California Oregon Utah and Eastern Lmn j
ber at the lowest market prices i
GRAIN and WOOL WANTED
At current prices Advances made on the latter
Telephone No 255 A KEYSEB
NOBLE WOOD QQ
Spring Styles
JUST ARRIVED I
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NOBLEWOOD CO
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Exclusive Hatters
I HAVE REMOVED
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SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
YOUMAN HAT
The Leader of Fahion in New York and
All Large Cities
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NOBLE WOOD it CO
120 Main Street Salt Lake City
SAMPLING MILLS
SCOTT ANDERSON
Ore and Bullion Buyers
PROPRIETORS
SANDY SAMPLING WORKS
f Wtabished n1S75J
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ORES r3 3ALPLm > < vVND SOLD TO THE I
1 Highest Bidder Satisfaction guaranteed
Consignments solicited
Agents Pennsylvania Lead Company Mingo
Furnace Company and Baltimore Copper
Smelting and Rolling Company
OFFICE
218 Main Street Opposite the Postofflce Salt
Lake City
Pioneer Sampling Works
SANDY UTAH
Park City Sampling Mill
PARK CITY UTAH
Ores Bought and Sold I
SAMPLING CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
Oldest and Most Reliable Works in Utah
R McINTOSH Proprietor
SALT LAKE
Sampling Works
AND
Assay C > ffice
aOLJJER
ORE SAMPLED BULL
ORES NOT SCREENED BEFORE CRUSH
ing The only Mill handling all classes of
ores In this manner Fairbanks track scales
Moistures dried by steam Consignments
solicited Box 665rsalt Lake City Utah
FRANK FOOTE Proprietor
J C CONKLIN Pres I B H CONKLIN Secy
8 G RAYBOULD Vice Pro I WR POLLOCK Supt
I F O HORN Treasurer and Manager
THE CONKLING
SAMPLING WORKS
Ores and Bullion Carefully Sampled
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
0 Sale of Ores and Bullion
Mill South Temple street between Utah is
Nevada and Utah Central Railroad Dep ts
Office No 115 Main street upstairs room
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And Machine Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHiNISTS
73 75 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY i
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Manufacturers of Furnace Mining and
Milling Machinery Mining Cars and Car
Wheels Slag Pots Burs and Pans for Sampling
Mills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing and
Cresting and all kinds of Builders Iron work
including Ornamental Columns for front ana
Interior Supports
Orders promptly filled and all work guar
anteed
TheWHITE ELEPHANT
Just North of the Walker House
Has made a name for itself
THE BEST
Wines Liqnorsand J Cigars > l
Always on Hand
Call around and see the genial Jimmy Clark
and youre sure to go again
FINE GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT
PENNYROYAL PILLS
CHICHESTERS ENGLISH
The Original and Only Genuine
S fe 1d always Reliable Bevuv of trorthleu ImIttcn
STbe l IRl 8 Ask lour Drapigi ver
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Cklthe t r tncllnh t sad take no other or fusion ie
ttaopt to 01 r > r ptrttcnlar In letttr t r rtara mail
NAME PAPER ChlchesterChe CoJ
2810 iladl qn Square PJUl4as 1a
Said br DTBKZlt everywhere ask for Cliches
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LOAN AGENT
One Door North of Walker House
BARGAINS IN HOUSES AND LOTS
In All Parts of the City
I HAVE SEVERAL CHOICE
EIUsiJ1essPrc > > perties
I am not a Prophet nor the Son of a Pronhet but 1 predict
that Every Dollar Invested in Real Estate in Salt Lake Oily
will in Three Tears return Three Dollar to the invester
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
ZZr SV H
Mens Latest Novelties for Spring Wear
LARGE STOCK AND VARIETY AT REASONABLE PRICKS
Lsi lRf fiNDER iAR
SHiRTS UNDERWEAR and HOSIERY
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HANNAMAN Co
142 lWAIN STREET
THE WALKER BROS CO
DNGER
An Immense Gorge Having Formed in i the
East River Endangering the
BROOKLYN BRIDGE
We Have Determined to Make a
GRAND CLEARANCE
Of Genuine Double Fold Percales at Hcts
250 ALL WOOL BOUCLE JERSEYS AT 80c
We Also Offer on the Same Basis the Largest and Mini
Elegant Line nf
Parisian Parasols
EVER DISPLAYED IN UTAH
THEY ARE
PERFECT BIJOUS
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call and Exarnine
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WALKER BROS CO s
SPENCER KIMBALL
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Boots and Shoes
COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS
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Ladies Gents Misses and Childrens SHOES
Job Lots Single Pairs Shop Worn
ALLr CBEAJ
SPENCER KIMBALL
L CUMMINGS A D WOOLLEY
MINING BROKERS
Real Estate and Loan Agents
153 S Main Street
ONE DOOR NORTH OF CARTERS GUN STORE
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