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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 2 March 1885

Pc j t pL l Ic 1 th J w w w f f ° i 4 I cl 1 i t t fI > 41 t 11 I lb I J d Y r 0 1 r = PubJlshed by thelSalt Lake 1 DeD1ocra1 00000 31 db 33fE1Firs1 SoUtb t lfONDAY ThflRCH I 1 2 1885 FIVE CENTS 1 tttllill9 Cmnat EditionS a Daily 110 and 430 I leD iD Editions or month 7t5 per rered ipy carrier G j mouths 400 3 z FQ I ItL Cir t Weekly f2OO r c r 3 OO per year 1 < at the count known u made t uito4 rates rprts I ti nppaIncafious and make drafts l t m pajable to i IAKr DEMociAT COMPANY i s s tR11S CATARIUI JH Il1GjI S CAT esif c ranted to t cure all cacs fc cd OUicc No 272 MaUl t MAIN STREET TIIttLE i f CUft House and see I > r Vi u scopirand Analytic PJ si p t before taking m > diCine of cr filled mail promptly c Ill order by 1w HiW S ° 272 fun Streets ii J1r C J Ctah 1 a j4e 4 l I W W GEE ttorneyatLa KDL KbTATK A SPECIALTY rnion mock Main Street Salt ltnm eC City tali C NICHOLS p aUter House Telephone 4FFit e L FR IttiCS given E C ry l11eer and U S Deputy Min eral Surveyor...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 2 March 1885

I vtning tttt t tt + I As to This Paper I The new journal j is designed be fin I active exponent of the Dempcratic princi ple of selfgovernment It is believed I that government of the people and by the people will be as effectual to right I the wrongof Utah as ithas been to cor rect the evils existing in other communi ties We do not assert that J the voice of I the people is the oice of GOD but we do I claim that the judgment of all the people I expressed without fear or restraint and j as the result of continued and free discus I sion is better than the judgment of any one nan or of any combination of men That Utah has wrongs to remedy is I everywhere confessed Our Territoryis under the ban of an adverse national judgment Thef American people in i Various political and f reformatory assem I blages through the press and through I Congress have taken cognizance of our I lo al affairs and have rendered a verdict tgainsFus We arc hold to bg living in j I defiance of law it is charged I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 2 March 1885

tt ning IttnOmd DEPARTURES OF ltUILi AM m IlflI5 Postofflco 11 Lake City Salt It the AIIRIVE CLOSE 800 pm 730 am 345 PM U 1100 am tern Ycst rnI andWest 800 pm 630 am SSS ti5 ° hifgl JSS jfiToTEart 1100 am 730 am Il lartal 800 pm 345 pm otrtnh 800 pm 730am O Cit 400 pm 720 am rar n1e count 1020 om 630 nm t1ttah 400pm 630 am ban1t rtah 1020 am 630 nm I bernltlh t and E Wrd Beaver Iron 1020 nm 315 pm Cos 11 L jngtOfl I hblllSton standard mountain time Je above is JOhN T LYNCH Postmaster Utah March 4 1885 C3tLaVe Clf I LOCAL J OTS I Dennis club will give a Mother TrtE St the eyening of the 13th on jlbbarJ > 1 > part illit Co illitA to Wells Fargo A DISlITCII in New York 1063 in quotes silrer 49 6 London Ds a native of England CnIRLES 1dmitted to citizenship in the Third I Strict I5 Court this morning case was be cohabitation unlawful l A N Speirs this morning but the fot1 ddails Justice 1re unfit for publication I clock Emporium bands of the THE morning at 12 05 statiOm1fl this ce...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 2 March 1885

Ifl lWuiug tutOtVnt + GRANDMOTHERS STORY Ubir She Made a Hiding Place ota Brass Kettle It was a stormy day and the children were popping corn over the coals in the grate I Grandma sat with her < knitting work near the fire and the kitten wag chasing a great A liite fit y kernel around the I room with her frisky paws When I was a little girl and lived at the West said grandnia my brothers and I used to pop com in the ashes How could you do that said Tom I shouldnt think it would be popped at allo 0 wo didnt use coal a hes but s rap < < l a clear place in front of the great wood fire put the corn down in little heaps and then covered each heap care fully with hot ashes placing a live coal or go on top and in a little while they would come popping out all over the floorWhat What fun said Meg I wish we had a fireplace and rwood fire Grandma wtid Bess who had been reading frontier stories and was more in terested in Indians than in popping corn at present having become tired of ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 3 March 1885

al t S t S r 1 1 b A 3 sSITf r2 2 J I y 1 Pub1shed toy theSa1t Lake Dennocrat ao = KTo Si cto 83i1EF1rs1 c > uih I lIJ 11 Xo 2 TUESDAY MARCH 3 1885 FIVE CENTS n = v 7 = tlclling d nhJjtt Editi ons Daily 3SO and 130 > ffrniu Editions 7ict per month cnrricr S > 55 1 t I vcred I year iiv 7 50 > 6 months > 100 3 1 i 00 5200 er year Weekly S f300 per T i known at the count count r s and make drafts all 1 mnllHliraUons tot UlS order 1aable at TV E DEMOCRAT COMlAST = = ur 13E S CTI S lAS CTAmm i z Ail 3 1m to cure all cases if car b nlrrnntcil i la111 1 y d office NO arc followcll TlmE STREET 1J 1T 10 272 MAIN lId see Dr LT Drrth of CUlt HfJlIC AIIlytic PhysicS 11 f hn ttslt before + + I tllkill mediciucot jllljt 1 brmail promptl filled S mi i orders II promptly cC pr C t lliggins NO taut Street 1 i ttah ti If TV GEE li ttorneyat LeE JIL ESTATE A SPECIALTY o 2 Union mock Main Street SAlt l i i trh 5 F 0 NICHOLS DEr TIST I poitc Walker Hoiito ldpholw I i 11U < llHtir given...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 3 March 1885

I u 4 < tnittg tUhYt tt t + Judge Zanc People who complain of Judge ZANE fihwold quietly reflect that a judge does not make lawshe merely decides upon their proper application and helps to exe cn The best thing you can do I vu to is to enforce it the poorest thirir xa to lot it remain powerless for I good but a constant threat to be used for evil JuJge SAW has exhibited conscience consistency and courage More than that Le baa < vn legal ability rarely found iu j L nu TK judge The system I of appointing jl J tog as rewards for poli tical services is but the worst out come of American poitics and out of it we only occasionally get a firstclass judge Under the administration of Judge Zane the ioople of this Territory will learn to cut heir garments accord ing to their cloth f A Wise Movement A gentleman who is unusually well posted in the affairs of Utah informs the DEMOCRAT on what he believes to be good authority that Mr PENROSE editor of the News is in Washington on a mission ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 3 March 1885

L hinflfl t1tt ttat + DEPARTURES OF MAILS 1TAIJSANDDErABTU1tESOF 1tUlruS nt the SnIt Lake City Postomce ARRIVE CLOSE 800 pm 730 am tcrn 1100 am 345 pm Eterfl West D ja and 630 am C forUla North 80 pm ontanf and 50 pm 1030 am ° To It G East lll00am 730 am 86 Utah 800 pm 345 pm O 0defl ctal 800 pm 730 am O rift City 400 pm 720 am Tlic1c countr 1020 am 630 am 1t ls Utah 400 pm 630 am Blnl1al1l Utah 1050am 630 am 0lierfl Utah Iron and iI1Ard Beaver Co IrO s 1020 am 315 pm iugtOU Wllsl1ington standnrd mountain time The aboe is JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster March41855 Utah March City Sail Lako LOCAL JOTS iPwill return to the Utah SIIRI WiLt coal l mines in the morning Ccutfl 00 I than the usual number of patients LESS confined in the Sisters Hospital noW lTi on the 13th will Dennis arty TaE St Hub Mother aoSweadota ban 1ico lie a cal bard landscape from the aUlmnnallandscape A rrn exhibition is on raeel ofT H Fairman Walker Bros window in to the success point motions PItESET inauguratiolllaU at...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 3 March 1885

f I 2 S I iiii 1 ftttttiug ItmOtJltt + f It I DILL XIES BUDGET I Much that is annoying in this life is occasioned by the use of a highpriced word where a cheaper one would do la these days of failure shortage at both i endu and financial stringency generally 1 often wonder that some people should J jo on day after day using just as cxtrav agunt language as they did during the f flush times When I get hard up the r first thing I do is to economise in my ex 4 pressions in everyday conversation If there is a marked stringency in business I lay aside Jiret my French then my Latin and finally my German Should I the times become greatly depressed and assignments become frequent I begin to lop off the largo words in my own lan guage beginning with incomprehensi bility unconstitutionality etc etc j Julius Cnjsars motto used to be Avoid an unusual word as you would a a rock at sea and Julo was right about 1 it too Large and unusual words espe 4 cially in the mouth of ignorant people sire wor...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 March 1885

I T 4 J t btiing 2 Pub1ished by1h Sa11 Lake Persaoosrat o CoNo Si cfc 33IElFirsc South VOL 1NO 3 SALT LAKE CITY WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1885 FIVE CENTS Ji o Qlninn tlnntit + = IHni g ElUtions 310 mill 430 iKvored bv carrier 76cts per month price B t mail delivered I year tit 50 ° months 400 3 months scut weekly 200 sgoo per year Weekly 200 er vcar made known at the count rUCcrtii lig rates inrEs communioations and make drafts all address plhle toe orders 1 I and none SIT IAKK DsaocnAT COMIANY I = = IitSlrAaa CARDS HlGGlKS CATARRH TOS 1medv 1n Harrflutcd 8 DR to cure nIl ansutiin 1 Ice medv is ofiice Ko 2i lInin lircctions ate oUowcd Street M MS STREET THREE ALL 1 1 tip Cliff t jiouc and see Dr loor north I of lie IUHI Analytic 1 hysic 1 < ItigInsthe 1 91ifore taking medicine of jllll the c I eUl offer hv mail promptly filled au vouC cla Clt Higgins Ko 2i Main Street II lddre ss Pr salt Luke Pity I tah W W GEE A tto1 neyatLa vv maL ESTATE A SPECIALTY Room No 2 Union Block Main Street Sa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 March 1885

WI r f Y l 1 11 ning ttn t itt + WEDNESDAY MARCH 1884 1 The Spring Trade I l Hon Wm JENNINGS expressed to one I of the editors of this paper yesterday his opinion as to the business outlook We cannot quote his exact language nor was the ox Mayor talking with a view to the publication of his sentiments but as few I men ever express themselves more delib erately or as the result of closer observa tion his judgment has a peculiar value r just now Substantially Mr JENNINGS said there 1 is now no cause for alarm in looking at the business future of Utah Confidence i among capitalists and leading merchants has been largely restored and the pre parations for the spring trade are based upon the expectation of a fair average seasons business This confidence is shown by a larger investment of capital in business enterprises in increasing the manufacturing product in rebuilding enlarging or erecting new business blocks in the amount of goods purchased by wholesale traders in the increase of ba...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 March 1885

I urItfl1 gcmomtt1 r 4 18S5 DEIUtTrJt1 S OF MAILS IllS lSU Lkc City postorore ctOSC 111h ARr1r 730 am Soo pm 1100 am 34 pm t 630 am oO pm 1030 am z OJ lun 730 am t 1100 am 345 pm SO pm rth 7SOflnl SOOpi rA 720 am 400 pm 630 am 1O2O am flOnrn 1 nm IO pm Ib l1m 6SOnm 1 lO20nrn I aud t IreU 1O atn 315 pm j m11nlill1 time Inrll postmaster lI LYNCh L i T It l lnrch J 1855 cii l t LOCtL jOii city was draped intlie 11 + + fiaIT j1 ie dy i the Dl oct III bo found Idaho siC < G column 1 in her co um 1cttcrin i rr 01l1pU1 will VJ1Y Ifaum 1111 IlC r L nng t Lake The n t Lt O Cl score of dnm > and v pr a 1 2f unobligated 1 by 1 Ju ie fadJ y c Jaw l Salt oclock in r OM 10 1 > > of f d tCierC1ah became PicsideL rLi 1 Mates biteceiVed Tile SeWI1l for lri1 I i e Ie fasluoll rnontJiI1C I toftheiasWonnioiirniicj e 1U I atouls atoulster St occupied the t case v jMSUSW J Court toclay I and 011 ofJJejJtflCt t 1 eMs lftenlOon o IliejulY iyR of tIle city wuncil of Park s jgnedsml his successor...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 March 1885

Tr 1 illI 1 I11 = I I t 1ttitittg ltut trnt The Incendiary 4 Greenwold is a rural township in which there is a little village a gristmill 11 a sawmill a pnpermill a small woolen factory and many farms It is largely a farming town in fact every autumn the farmers hold an agricultural fair in their enclosed fair grounds and the exhibits of of live stock and farm products are a credit to both farms and farmers As in many other rural towns in the East the people are generally related to each other either by marriages or blood relationship There wcn > at the time of the settlement of Green wold two fami lies the Marshalls and the Browns and even now fully half the entire population bear either one or the other of these names and far more than half are related to one or the other of these families An sel Marshall and his sons Hiram and Ephraim own what is considered the best farm in Greonwold The Browns though also farmers own the mill prop rty Of late the property jaB fallen into poss...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 5 March 1885

P r l i t w r 1 > s r 1 ypa s v I j r I rM 1 f i r Y d r C fakt vas Tracl a ange bong the purch t1t1y mad Pub1ished by the Sa11 Lake e DeD3ocrat 00000 S3 S3 EFirsrt South au1 r aril aw Atlablc = Cark tans in alr Karr arra n VOL I NO I 4 SALT LAKE CITY THURSDAY MARCH 5 1885 FIVE CENTS t COl1Ctp > ikcr rpr t i rr c J s tcning cmomd 11 1 r t L 1t1ons 330 ana 430 cr FthhOIl 1wrg FwBSncFmions 4 Ie r carrier 76cts per month c dell lered by r months 400 3 a rri 750 G gc f Nai m ash 1 y ear r11a a nnthslash Weekly 200 t ariou one JStksgji300 per year rt f at the count 11 veRr made known Tllr 11a n pc rates So also adlea mgratc t1 9t rafts III n K LntLn la i room nU lomm1lnrfitinn s and make l u o ddrc55 pavable tOi I pl1yn 1 lllr 0 andlddrmo order money lid COMPA w DEMOCRAT DE SU L1E lfrr I r r T = lllSIXESS CAlUtS A A 1IIGGINS CATlt1I 0 1 um PR to cure all cases if Remedy is warrnntell 2 Iniu o Otlicc followell SPECIK directions Street are rmlEE STREET is and nil AU AT NOh ofi dliftA...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 5 March 1885

I I 1 vtni1tg tUhYt I I THURSDAY MAHCII 5 1884 I 1 President Cleveland Yesterday was inaguration day 1 j Beauty chivalry statesmanship and 4 I patriotism combined at the nations cap ital to make one of the most impressive I as well as the most brilliant spectacles the world has seen The people more I sovereign than any potentate again as J sumed the throne in the legitimate suc I cession of a rightful dynasty The Presi dent of these United States taking the re sponsibilities of the greatest office within t the worlds gift with reverential dignity J1 I uncovered in the presence of the people H took the oath of fealty to them and tae sceptre from their hands to be held at their pleasure The address of this in coming President is a message of peace good will and prosperity to all the people of the nation No patriotic citizen in the land ought to be in a position to regard anything which that address contains ab I I portentious of evil Everywhere beyond the limits of Utah it will be rea...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 5 March 1885

tlcning ttltonjtt MARCH 5 1885 r t gsDY DEIJlIlTlTUES OF MAILS A ivtLs Late CItY ostomce Salt the t ARRIVE CIO JE SO3 pin 730 nin tern et 1100 turn 345 pm orlh SOO pm 630 nm a1 500 pm 1080 am 1i j Eat 1103 am 730 nm Dle iLat1 n 803 pm 345 pm itU 803 pm 730 am 4t Y 400 pm 720 am 1020 a in 030 am 1 Z h11 400 pm C30 am lsm tnh 1020 fum 630 am tiCti ual Iron and ri B Ii 1020 am 315 pm COb Wl hjitoZ time mountmn I heSlJ1c is JVi tnHtard S 1 LVNCH Postmaster tah larch 4 18S5 CL tthm EtLftC = = = = = = = = = = Committee Meeting of the executive I All n1en1bcrs of the Democratic Club committN meet at the to rcquestd src Rawlins tomorrow hclks ofiice of at 7 30 oclock By or ening frJ1Y of the committee der r flI You Secretary LOCAL TOTS Police Court m the 0 onnsG transpue worthy of mention this morning Wells Fargo per shipmcnts BtLLtO of ChristY 6SO bars today two cv I CunninOtons corner 1 box oil o Tnt 11111 mull titan any other in the I Ieeeie In 00 t5 ed in New Yorkto Wells > SILVEFlt ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 5 March 1885

= L 1 i lituing i C1Ugt 1 t + ji i THE EDMUNDS ACT A good many persons are now discuss ing the question whether they bad not better obey the law the particular law I being the Edmunds act For general in formation we reprint it in full f AN ACT to amend section Jiftylhrce hun dred and fiftytwo of the Revised Statutes 1 I of the United States in reference to bi gamy and for other jturposes I Be it enacted bT the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled That I section fiftythree hundred and fiftytwo of the Revised Statutes of the United States be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows namely Every person who has a husband or wife living who in a Territory or other place Over which the United States have l exclusive jurisdiction hereafter marries another whether married or single and any man who hercafte simultaneously or on the same day marries more than I one woman in a Territory or other place I over which the United S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 6 March 1885

V ii JI a ake btnng Pemocaf pubJis11ed by 111e SaJ1 La e Dexnocrat t OoBTo 31 efc S3 Si Firs1 South I foL 101 TO 5 SALT LAKE CITY FRIDAY MARCH 61885 FIVE CENTS 1 1 tCI 1 nff ftttUYttd Ffening dItIOnS 3ap anal 930 erclby cnrrlcr 5bctper month Mller t 0 t mont1s 400 S Trice 1 car BY J1an 00 I wcekly 200 lIonthS tml ReeuS + OO per yeas ot the count ryc r made known Frreartslag rates drafts and makc jnI s all Coors mmunfcatfonsandmake payable tol tIld 1JlOlcy DEMOCRT COMPANY SALT LAKE nSIXESS CARDS IIIGGlKS CATARRH n ADD 3 DR all cases if I 1 tscrtions t OR1 arc dy is i followed warranted office to cure No 2i2 Main fteet STREET E ALL AT KO 22 DiAI1 and see Dr C north of curt house Physic doors and Analytic f icroEcopic of lns the medicine 11i the Specialist before mail promptly filled a DC eDlsecI ordgsgfns vo d2 Mlliu Street Address Dr tnl 00 St1111e CItr Ctah E lax15 Attention Ton SfrrLlES OF ALL KINDS ee I Groceries and Choice Cigars and tJblrs811d r II F Tobacco call on J g J3oonan ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 6 March 1885

If Fir 4 i c fij lttUiug ItUt t ltt 1 I FRIDAY L MARCH G 1884 f I II I 4 King Lear The audience the actors the theme 1 J and the music were all in cordial har l i mony last night Bread shelter and clothing are not all of lifethe best is its t love and its fear its temptations and the H 1 mastery of manhood We shut out the material world and enter the ideal when we sit before Lear and Cordelia For Lear depicts human life as it is domi nated by thoughtlessness reproved by i folly made the nursery of sorrow by men and women without honor and the noblest perishing the most miserably 11 The great King Lear maintains a noble I ascendency among men till he seeks t to shuffle off the responsibilities of life l and die to duty before his time Sur rounded by generals and ministers who might have taken off his shoulders largely the burdens of government he should I I have kept his place and employed only I the keen eye of the master No man has I a right to retire from the worlds work so w long...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 6 March 1885

t lIC1ing tm trjdI I I I LucitG1S F1ID i r rTTTAsD DEiAimmES OF MAILS D A AB1 ivtLs Postofflcc at the SAlt Lake City ARRIVE crosr 800 pm 73 > nm ntcr 8ndT cst 1100 nm 345 pm a1lfornll111ud 800 pm 630 am SIP 1 ntnnnllllll iiCO pm 10GO am nUQ 1 En t 1100 am 730 nm 0CU Utah 800 pm 345 pm 0eflUt 800 pm 730 am Fat l City 400 pm 720 nm fooele county 1020 am 630 nm Alta Utah 400 pm 6 30 am nsham Utah 1020 am SOam niernrt Iron and HUard Bearer Cos 1020 am 315 pm 8jngtOfl Ftaudard mountain time jM aboC iS JOII T LYNCh rostniastor Cltr Utah March 4 1885 111 Lake = Committee Iectil1g of the executive iji mcmhe oi the Democratic Club NIlUittcc requested to meet at the rre Rawlins this tQlieeks or office f30 oclock By order of the eccnmg ut i 30 chairman J M YOUNG Secretary LOCAL JOTS extended tramway i5 i being TUE gravel westward on Fourth South street attempting to batter J BtLDY for atemptng F BLDY fined 1930 by Justice s r At Connel was fned peirs this moring Spirs indulged in tl worth A...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 6 March 1885

r > o C 2 tl f t1tuiug tnt trat 1 j I T The Good Work Working ED OF DEMOCRAT l An interesting and characteristic letter appears in the Salt Lake Herald of this morning with the caption Youth and 4 Age The writer is evidently intel t ligent man and fully appreciates one or 4 two planks of the platform made by the Young Democratic party He tells a tale that proves the absolute necessity of our organization that the young men and old of Utah may be free from the thral dom which characterizes the condition of t society where Church and State are united Nay more he shows that the f I ti dominant party in Utah refuses to learn 1 the lufons of the day and will compel men young men and progressive minds to obey the dictation and dominance of church rule The progressive element of Brigham i City having felt for years that the old fogy reign of bishop and priesthood re tarded their progress and curbed the 4 noblest energies of their nature by cen S suring their laudable ambition to effect ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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