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SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY bEPTEMBEH 21 1832
SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
THURSDAY SEPT 21 18S2
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1 DAILY HERALD is published
rj mornfes Mondays excepted at
ist Temple Street near First South
salt Lake City by the HEBALD rEIhT
OoY1 h ° Sub
xt AD Pu L18BUG
rrIption pTke1050 per annum post
r Je included parts of a year at he
IrriT i
tfcme rate To weekly subscribers
col 1ecLJn made bv carriers 25c a week
TEE tJMl WEEKLY HEBALD if
pabli bed every Wednesday and Satur
isy morning at 360 f year six
aiontht L7B postage included
THE WBKKLTf HBRALDis published
very ThursdAy morning t at Jffl a yflr
4h nioBVhs IL25 portage included
lRE OOtr lS of the BJOULD this
morning are as follows
ICE PACK Latest T lf2ram Egypt
ete
lD PAO Cone pondeoea Sanpeto
Item
to PAGE Telegraphic News Now
York Kepublicaae
4TK PAQZ Editorials etc
TH PAGE Corrrspondence Up the
Little Smoky
6TH PADS Telegrapbfo News Mis
celanoous
7TH PAGE Telegraphic N OWE Mis
laneoua
tCEAax Registration RolurnE Local
Items
VllEN DENIS KKAXXEY the
SiBdlot agitator of San Francisco
went into the political business he
was a poor driver of a dray and
now he is said to be living at his
ease in a flue house the deed of
which isin his own name It is
further alleged that he employs
Chinese servants During the years
thai he has been an agitator the
workingmen one of whom he Das
ceased to behave contributed liber
ally to the cause which he claimed
to advocate If the story told of
the blatherskite is true it is only
another verification cf the well I
known fact that they are not the
b est friends to the laboring man
who profess deep interest in his
Demise
TAXES AND COLT CIIDNS
Examination of the law shows
tbere is a mistaken impression
abroad as to the term of office of the
County Collector At the session
of ISIS the legislature passed the
revenue bill the eleventh section of
which provides
At the general election in 1878 and
biennially thereafter thtre shall be
elected by the qualified vot re of th
several counties of ibis ttrntirtf n M
seisor and a collector for och county
whose term of office shall be fo two Yt s
and until the successors fire July
elected or appointed and quslfied said
assessor sad collector etc
At the session in 1SSO the revenue
act was amended in several particu
lars One of the amendments was
as follows
i Section eleven of aid act is amended
by striking out all of said section after
the word assessor which we have
italicized above in the seventh line and
substituting the following in lieu thereof
Shall before acting upon the duties of
his office take and subscribe an oath of
office nnd give a bond with approved
security to the territory and county to
i the acceptance of the county coutt con
ditioned for the faithful performance of
the duties of hie office Said collector
shall before entering upon the duties of
his office take and subscribe an oath of
office ana give a bond with approved
security to the Territory of Utah con
dilienod for the faithful performance
of the duties of his office and for the
payment of territorial and school taxes
duo from him to tho territory and give
a bond to tho county conditioned for the
payment into the county treasury of
all county taxes due from him to the
county each assessor elected under the
provisions of this act shall enter upon
the duties of his office on the first day of
January nest following hii election and
shall qualify within five days prior
thereto JSteeA collector elected under
the provisions of this act shall enter
upon the duties of his office on the first
day of June next following his election
having first quatficd as above pre
scribed
It will be seen by the law quoted
that the Governor has been some
what hasty in attempting to fill the
offices of assessor and collector The
term of the former under any cir
cumstances would not expire until
the first tiny of January next and
that of the collector not until the
first day of June 18SS Should it be
held which nobody believes will
be the case that the fail
ure of the August election cre
ated vacancies in the county and
territorial offices these vacancies
could not begin to run in the offices
of assessor and collector until the
dates indicated Xo lawyer or
court can dispute a fact so plainly
stated in the statute Therefore
there can be no Question as to the
rightful collector of the present
years taxes For this county it is
Mr George Crismon and no other
can possibly be made to supercede I
him the Governors assumption to
the contrary notwithstanding
Should it in the course of improb
able events be decided that his ex
cellency had authority to appoint a
successor to Mr Crismon that suc t
cessor could not enter upon the
duties of his office before the first
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day of June 1SSS when Crismons
term will expire provided his suc
cessor has been elected or appointed
and duly qualified The Governors
collector will have plenty of time
between now and June to prepare
for the contest for office which is
certain to arSe
In this connection it is proper to
state I all territorial school
and county taxes provided for
in this nee shall be due
find payable on the first day of
September annually and any and
all taxes remaining unpaid on toe
thirtyfirst day of Lctober shall be
deemed delinquent It will be
thus seen that Mr Crisuaon is not
only the authorized person to re
ceive and receipt for county terri
torial and school taxes in Salt Lake
county up to next June but that the
taxes are now due and payable
After the 31st proximo unpaid taxes
will be delinquent when the col
lector and he alone is empowered
to collect them by suit Should the
taxes mentioned be paid to any
otker person they will certainly
have to be paid twice Property
owners should bear these facts in
I mind and not be caught in
any trap that may prove expensive
I afterw arils >
CORRESPONDENT calls attention
hi this issue of the HERALD to the
fact that Colonel Hollisters name
appeared in the list of registered
voters published in our morning
contemporary Now it is a well
known fact that Colonel banister
left the Territory the middle of last
month and has not since been
within its limits while the regis
tration wi3 all necessarily per
formed between the 11th and 16th
instant inclusive There can be
no objection to Colonel Hollister
voting though of course everybody
understands he will vote the lib
eral ticket at the same time there
is objection to the fraudulent regis
tration of him or any otherwhether
he be a liberal or member of the
Peoples party The Commission
provided a certain oath to be taken
and subscribed before a registrar or
subregistrar who was to verify by
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his own signature that the oath 1I 1 I
had been regularly taken and sub
scribe Now it is clear that Col
Hollister did not ake that oath be
fore aiy registration officerand if his
name appears on the list it is there
I fraudulently if the registrars have
been so accommodating as to regis
ter absentees on the presumption I
j that the absentees would subscribe
1 to the oath were they here they
II have exercised a power they could
not possess and been guilty of a
gross and improper assumption of
authority It is probable that other
names have been irregularly placed
I on the list but whether they have
or not the presence there of Colonel
Hollisters demands explanations
from Judge IIoge the county regis
trar and from Mr Haumel Pratt
the subregistrar for the Second Pre
cinct
ARE YOU MADE miserable by
Indigestion Constipation Dizziness
Loss of Appetite > Yellow Skin > >
Shiloh Vitalizer is a positive cure
Sold by Z C M I Drug Store lOj
GRAND REOPENING t
WLKER 7 OPERA HOUSE
Extraordinary Engagement of
A M PALMERS
Union Sqnare Company
Under the management of
J r H HAVE iY L A
In a select repertoire of their Sew York
Successo
THURSDAY EVENING
Danl Rochat
FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVEN
INGS and SATURDAY
MATINEE
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I The Lights 0 s London l
I C3 Notwithstanding he hesvy expenses
I attending this engagement the management
have concluded to place the prices of admis
I sion at the foil owlnsy moderate prices
f Reserved Orchestra Chairs and Orchestra
Circle M 125 admission SI
I I Reserved First Circlel admission The
Seoa3 Circle Chairs 50c Side Seats 25c
i Sale of reserved seats opens at 10 aja Sat
urday September 16th slS
Sale of tfciete for Saturdays Lights go
London Matinee will commence Wednesday
at 10 ao Prices of admission Orchestra
Chairs aDd Circle reserved seats Slro ad >
mlssioa 75c First Circle reserved sate Tic
admission roe children half prfce Second
Ordr SSc
ARCADEI
II I I Rf tanrant and Gbon HOllfl
fiE SBST J N TOWS I
JSYERYTK183 IN SEAS 03 1
PRIOR S JJERATE I
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POWDER
Absolutely Pure
This powder never vane a njarrol of
parity strength and wholesomeness More
economical than the ordinary kinds and can
not he sold in corapatitipn with the mnlti
hide of low test short weight alum or uhos
phatfl powders Sold only in cans
Boztz HAKISO POV7C3K Co New York
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN TO
1 the Stockholders of the Salt Lake
and Western Railway Company that a
meeting of said Stockholders will be held
at the office of the company in Salt Lake
Oily Utah Territory on Saturday Oc
tober the 7th 1832 at 10 oclock nm
for the purpose of so amending the Ar
ticles of Aseociatton of said company as
to authorize and enable it to build own
and operate a branch lino of railway
beginning on its present lino of road at
Ironton Station in Juab County in
said territory and extending tuenco in
a general nprlheastery direction by way
of Silver City to Eureka the whole of
said branch line being in the said county
of Juab and about eight miles in length
SIDNEY DILLON 1
W W BITER
A F DOREMUS
Stockholders
Salt Lake City t Utah
September 5th 1882 16
5CD
Elegant and Durable
PIANOS
From 250
Handsome FineToned
O EGAN S
From 875 I
ACCOKDEONS VIOLINSGUITARS
GUITARS
And all kinds oi Instruments at
Unprecdentedly Low Prices
Mr Careless has just returned from the East
and has ecured the agencies for the
BEST PIANOS AND ORGANS
That can be bought for money in America
and purchased immense stock of Sheet
Music and Musical Goods Everything Now
All the Latest Novelties selected personally
Oall and tee us and you will Le convinced that
ear Goods aro Better and Cheaper than
any house in Utah
CARELESS l VROXLL
s7 1234 First SontL StAre
SIMON BROSu
Are now ready to stow their
ELEGANT STOCK
OF
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Orders from the Country will
receive our Prompt and Careful
Attention
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1222 First South Street
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JEKXISGS BUILDING
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ST N ue 0 HIIISH li i ions
B BOSSKBEHG SONS
NEW YOIt1s
CHICAGO
Manutacturars or a high standard of
House Fainters anti Carriage
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AnNISHES
Send for Catalogue For sale by
flag Z O 3lYiT Dreg more
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thWe beg to inform our patrons and the general public
that we are exclusive Agents for and carry regularly in j
stock a line of Stoves which are unexcelled in this oran
othei Territory or State in the Union We are offeriif
them at maces that defy competition A heavy percentage
of the population of Utah already are using our renowned
Monitors and Champion Monitors both Plain and Exteu
sion Also our Charter OaksRoyal Charters and other
Stoves both cook and heating manufactured by the well
known firms The Excelsior Manufacturing Co35 and
William Resor and Co35 The superior construction
economy in use of Fuel Heating and Baking qualities
and the increasing demand warrant the opinion that ere
long t hese celebrated Stoves will occupy a position in i
I every well conducted household in Utah
WM JENNINGS f
Superintendent
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DAVID YEARSLEY
U SI 2 1 U i n IS
Opened his
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NEW STORE
41 i mAIN STREET
Monday Sept 4th 1
With a Full Line of
DRY GOODS 1 i GROCERIES
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NOTIONS
Ete Etc Etc au30
FOR SALE
NOTICE New properties every day Loans
negotiatod on real estate houses rented and
rents collected charges moderate
IY9K A CHEAP HOME HOUSE
I v u of three rooms lot 2MxlO rods
south front north of Calders block
18 A Ward good view SO
9 9 It BUYS A COZY BUILDING LOX
ti v only one block from Main street
45x135 feet of ground hydrant water and
good neighborhood 75
4 000 A FULL LOT 1Dl20 RODS
r on the u Sp B R > between
hird and Fourth Eoutn streets A fine loca
tion for a coal yard lumber yard foundry
and Iron works Call and see 77
V PER FOOTA BUSINESS
I U plat of 41 feet by 15 rods of I
groundadjoining a businese hoarse I
now in course of erection just west of
Olifl House This is a bargain 69
> > 4 000 ADOBE HOUSE OF FIVE
ttjvvv rooms lot gilO rods of ground
shades fruits etc togotherwlth good barns
and other outhouses half block cast of Main
street S9
f > 3 000 ADOBE HOUaE OF SIX
V jvyv rooms fall corner Jot lOs 0
rods planted In good variety of fruit tree
and clover one block from car line Tenth
ward sl
Si 000 AN EXCELLENT BUILDING
site two full lots at the head of
Main street water plenty beautiful view
out of the dust and close to business 23
161O A eO Y HOUSE OF f
0 6 rooms good cellar
porches etc lot 5x10 rods south front
a fine variety of all kinds of fruits i
gocd well of water and only block
from car line Tenth Ward 22 r
82 BOO A PLEASANT HOUSENEW
3 brick house of 4 rooms closets
bow window east front r orch high ceilings
etc lot 10x10 rods together with a fine rock
and brick cellar and grainory nice new barn
for two horses and buggy near car line First
Wad ni >
FOR BENT
Furnished rooms for single gentlemen in
nice family close to business f
JJ K I tUUESPiEl i j l
TI t T TJfim J triTi ft nnTrsj i n csirn
REAt E TATB HENT AGENT
Office Next to Walker House
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313IN STREET
I ELECTION NOTICE
T rS STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
1 Utah and Salt Lake Canal Company
will take ctCQ that in
pursuance of Art
S of tl articles of Incorporation and
Section i of
the
t Bye Laws of said com
pany a n eeting of the Stockholders is
hereby called to convene in the Count
Courthouse Salt
Lake Oily on Sat nr
day the 71h day of October 1882 at 12
oclock m for the purpose of electing
a board of
seven Trustees a Secretary
and a Treasurer for the ensu tug two
years and to transact sucli other busi
ness M may be brought before said
meeting I
Salt Lake City Sept 1C 188 °
sell D BOCKHOLTt Seey
Special Notice
TO
COUNTRY MERCHANTSa
0
The Entire Stock of the late J D Farmer deceased i I
now offered for sale
CADLESS OF COST
1
In lots to suit purchasers Dont forget to call Fixture
for Sale and Store to Rent
By order of the Administrators
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GO TO
SEARS LIDDLE
FOR
pTs oiis ETCJ
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SEARS RLIDBL
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Of All Kinds
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R a r z Eaa 1
ENGUERRp 1 j
FOR
VARNISHED BRUSHES LUBRICATING OILS i ETC
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fel
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Carry an Immense Stock of
PAIt T8 AND PAINTERS MATBRIALS I I
And have Largely Reduced Prices on
lJllJtJlRilHiJ1 RjJ y Mi ifj Paintj
I IMS BED AND OILS
C 3 1 iSSS B CULMER BROSI
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NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
On and after Monday 2lth of July
1882 trains will leave and prriva at Salt
Lake from temporary Station corner
Second South and Fifth West Streets
daily as follows LEAVE ARKIYE
All points between
Salt Late and 700 am 645 pm
Pleasant Valley J
gingham Alta J 730 am > u15 pm
Branch J >
HENRY WOOD I
jy2S General Superintendent j
HEMRY WACENER
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