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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 7 March 1885

T l < c i o t 0 < J z < af 1 r r J a a T Q T J bening tmEaf FutollsUeca toy tlae Salt Lake Democrat OOn 3XSc3 31 tS3 r > roor 5 > s SQ 23 FLrs1 Soutb jiNO6 SALT LAKE CITY SATURDAY MARCH 7 1885 FIVE CENTS = 9 l f c1ting 1 wwwrt EnDing ltltlOI1R 330 and 130 by carrier 75cts per month delivered Tgtyjmonth Pricedeliveredby 3 Price 750 G months 400 3 car By ro k1 year 11cntb t0O etr Weekly 1 200 00 year iClnlwecldy S00 per p Advertising rates made known at the count jug room all communications and make drafts and Address money orders payable tol SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT COMFAXY BUSINESS CARDS S CATARRH IIIGGINS TOSo 1 2i AID 3 DR to cure nUo2oescs if warranted casuain l Itcmedv Is Office No 1 Main directions nee followed I Street nn M IIS STltEETdIIRDEE 2i2 STltEETd ALL AT 10 0 Clit House and Ice Dr C doors north ° f Clft Analytic Ih sic j Vople aud Physic Ian gie llicj ± JCrr before taking medicine of Ian the else Alllia fers by mail promptly filled moue DrC W Higffins No 272 M...

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. — 7 March 1885

r I il I 0 I t jtuiug tmOtljif j SATURDAY MARCH 7 1884 To THE PATRONS OF THE DEMOCRAT The Executive Committee of this paper recognize that it has not been what its II friends had a right to suppose it would be Largely this is caused by the fact that too great a burden was laid upon Mr Clark as up to Thursday he per formed all the duties of business manager editorial writer and proof reader besides attempting to train for their duties other attaches who had had no previous ex l P perience in their respective lines This required 15 hours each day On Thurs day Mr Clark placed his resignation in the hands of this committee Whether he will remain in any other capacity is asyet undetermined On Monday Mr Alfales Young will take charge of the f editorial department and an experienced foreman will control the composing room Other changes will be made till this paper is fully equal to the anticipations of its friends I BEN SHEERS I 4 SIMON B mERGER I of the < Committee IT WILL GROW The lit...

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. — 7 March 1885

tt1ttfl1 ItmOn1tt icir71SS5 PAimTUES OF HAILS SIlt Lake CUr postomce the at AKIUYK CIO I > 800 pm 73U ain t 1100 am 345pm West 1eril We i and 8O pkn 6X am Cuforill d orth 500 pm 1000 am Jana gG at 1100 nm 730 nm p 500 pm 345 pm Oaeil Oileiltlft h 800 pm 730 am 400 pm 720 am flItL1f t 1020 am 630 nm f tta 400 pm 630 am t s hIn Uth h 1020 am > TOam niWilBearer Iron and illATa ver Cos 1020 am 315 pm slUn s gton etsndard mountaIn time 1heabOre i JOHSr LYNCH Postmaster March 4 1855 Ctab 11e City C1L TOTS Dick at the Theatre to TuJEEmYED igM floor has been laid iu the A SJW 1i 1 1tgitclt drug store 5 each con A p8g and a trespasS in the PolIce toWs doings E tutcd todY s 0 r nrt conference is Davis CountY Stake rIlE and Woods Cross today an at 1A nt held tUo morrow and American e Fork Mill Creek THE teams had a contest today at the utter place natic of Norway was a flAils 85W J > D citizenship in the DIstrIct U 1 to 2ernOOn m C9rs bullion i and sixteen of E lOlITEE sUpped out of t...

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. — 7 March 1885

l n I ra S 4 I taste 1 = W Ifi i If I Uttitg i nt wd I 1I 1 f i I i ONE AFTERNOON t J BV SYDNEY DAYRE What a lovely great piece of dress flannel i I Yes isnt it It was left from Kittys I last winter dress and mother gave it to If I me It will make a full suit for my J i doll you see I Im going to cut it out I i just as soon as I finish this saccuie so I want you all to lay your heads together as I to how it is to be made A serious discussion on tho weighty I subject followed Sue and Helen and Janet had come to visit Marian and all i had agreed that the damp cloudy No 11 I vember afternoon could be passed in no I I way so pleasantly as in sewing for their I I dolls c Such big girls playing with dolls many would say Yes their mothers were of the opinion that girls of twelve to four i teen might spend their time and talk with i I I many worse thing than dolls and had encouraged them to make good needle women of themselves in that way Cor rect measurements caref l basting and I i neat 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. — 9 March 1885

it c TO 7 SALT LAKE CITY MONDAY l yoL 1 w MAEOH 91885 EIVE CENTS I OF THE DAY EWS keeps his bed and pral Grant frj Badeau ho will not last C1ncral tells kd Gen In the hearts of his coun Ttl3V WI i1l1ast foreyer en be IIr rollerskating tomna I Lc C lays 1The 1IX I TllC Donovan wins miles I Dent is over I llg2 tv of f President Arthurs The mlO to leave Washington I cbinet are prt p ring ton Lincoln goes to Chicago ESecretary law l ractice to t praCtiCC Journal says of RIddle The Fm7llan of appomtment 0 allengC 1 to the i urgerS of f State It seems Sccretlltj 0 1 BaSard as suf America are i Ollr countrymen in and spmtcd to chal owedul fciently min Set aPP01fltmt daraWMtmin mer will remain in tv ccrctfiry Teller ln ton mcas nr Geneml Hatton goes back t U IlatLkcye the1u0U 0 Clceland opens and PresideJt mail matter at S am ftOTt5h < The jralcl London correspondent ntemered a thoughtful Ton who says jJgmd is passing through one of her IIlost revere criseS An opium joint fitted up with ...

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. — 9 March 1885

R a idt t riitfu tlitatilit + MONDAY EVENING MARCH 9 1885 J 11 Evening Editions 230 and 430 Price delivered by carrier T5cts per month Ly mail I year 750 C i months 400 3 months 200 Weekly 200 per year t Advertising rates made known at the count Ing room Address all communications end make drafts 1 and money orders payable toj SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT COMPANY 0 THE RETURN OF DEMOCRACY The return of the Democratic Party to the control of the government after a ci period of twentyfour years the most I Irving period in our national life augurs well for the strength and stability of I Republican government It is another fund most emphatic declaration by the people that government in the United States of America is an institution created by them and taking its powers and being I tfrom them that the affairs of the govern ment are their affairs and that the officers elected or appointed to administer them will be retained and respected only Ii I too long as they are faithful and capable i Presid...

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. — 9 March 1885

iiiitct aU hc u1 md + MARCll 10 SG 1 TilL 3E1V PRESIDENT I InteTvicTT With One of I rtrflnff U u Jnterestfn Old Friends W Cothran who had for yo Jfllge Gcorge been at Albany dls prevIOUS his congratula ne Kent to extend 3tf iC wcnt old Wend President Cleve n to his on Monday For K orrived Home Itrr has known gn d years he I rout twentySOycn In speaking of him erresidentclect said day Judge ho was unlike other jWbe n young was very undemonstrative top lie mmdod w his own business As snlh lYS and methodical careful verl10 was a case he11 knew when to When 1 Didnt talk all day i nul intel stop Is the president a man of large JectLnl resources that questIon best by liJ cfl n answcr dont know one people finC1 that the His letters w ° iiia resources are bill what his scnS and silver questions serviCO the civil l Bcr of the man He on characteristic very unnecessary yer sire in any does iot indulge Ho speaks to the point he criIITeS bllle 11t nothing think will be the basis of uThat do you ...

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. — 9 March 1885

r I 1 Ii17 r c kt1t artc rmoirtd + J MONDAY EVEN1NS MAKClI 9 1SS5 3 ARRIVALS AND DEPARTttKfiS OP MAILS at the Salt Lnke Cltj 1ostofflce ARRIVE CLOSE r etera 800pm 730 am c illfornia and West 1100 am 845pm A outaua and North 800 pm 080 am J > K O East 600 pm 1080 ain OSto Utah 1100 nm 730 turn JOtfdfcn Utah 800 pm 345 pm Pdt City 800 pm 730 om SCVwcle County 400 pm 720am Ata Utah jo20 am CBO nm siRham Utah 400 pm 0Wam < I Uhern Utah 1020 am 680 am V illard Beaver Iron and I Washlnctou Oos 1020 am 315 pm rue above is > standard mountain tlmo JOhN T LYNCH rohtmastcr Valt Lake City Utah March 4 15 Silver Quotations Silver New York 10G3 Silver London 49 j Lead New York per lOOlbs 37 O BTUION smranNTT One bar Christy Mining Company1460 One gold bar Kontuck M Co 4000 LOCAL JOTS GUARD mount at Fort Douglas Com menced yesterday A BUILDING boom seems to have struck the business portion of the city Ins SENaTOR EDMUNDS has sent a 50 check for the Methodist mission in Og den THE first 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. — 10 March 1885

Ii V t 7 I L > c > < J < I 4 c ait akc = = = = = = = 1SO 8 SALT LAKE CITY TUESDAY VOL 1 l MARCH 10 1885 FIVE CENTS NEWS OF THE DAY j new Democratic paper to be called is announced from Telegraph the Daily cash capital of York with a 1es ooOOO Carl Slmrz is among the stock holders in favor at is growing Clecl1H1 Republicans as well WlS I ling tOll 1l10ng Hc is easily approached ns DerooCrlts courteously and attentivelY to nd listens an evidently a bt IS hnn to said is all that he promiseS vill make no a man who 1 the rule that I made has cannOt fill He come to him shall for office or IIJplications to wInch through the department only saves for a and BO s time office belongs time that tICtter use n great deal of j mere wastffi upon ViQuld otherise 1Jo I oke seekers the idea prevails that the President I down the force of persoual at t ched to the Executive tendm Mansion I Seoetarf McCulloch is quoted as janng flat there are to be few changes Department At the jnihe Treasur...

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. — 10 March 1885

t J r I 5 o tIt jth tuoir t WEDNESDAY MAltCII 11 1885 1885AI AI Evening Editions 330 and 430 r Price delivered by earner 75cts per mouth By mail I jcar 4750 C iiflmthb 4 OOJ3 months 200 1J Weekly 2 00 per year Adertibing rates made known at thecount ing room Address all communications and make drafts jiml money orders payable SLT LAKE DEMOCRAT CoMrvw TIJE4ITY WATER SUPPEYt For years a large and worthy class of our citizens have been vainly appealing for a water supply All the promises which an imbecile city government has made to the car have been broken to the hopes While the people have been enduring the tortures of a Tantalus the city ofllcials with their aids and abettors have been engaged in some very myste rious and inexplicable to the public con duct The higher portions of the cily re quired the water We are told that 255 000 has been charged to the account of some canal Still the taxpayer bears the additional burden of principal and inter est and the great thirst of the peop...

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. — 10 March 1885

aU jdtC CUJ ttllt I AnCn n 1S i q noW ojitworoller skates novice on 10 gyrates n as he lnadly CSII8 ieased f 1iaPP and lIS pleased those same rollers ho decrln n lie cant V bite to advance trY n 1 c1ergfmnn the host of 11 cllRnce Ii rtllhRt give Iene rehgions free lance a edaSct not lie called lIe cant J smile I I n tbo G O of M El placidly Mnhds buccess on the lIhe thinks enbc angerbCIni to rUe nnger Y nulls Ire cant Life Jt cn i TORPEDO I I UccciYCS It Box la Maria smt rsil T1u t Will Sot Explode I o7i i cable dispatch from On Jflf Scific reported very briefly an e South killScsficnt Domingo Santa tO kill machme enipt infernal aria e of Chili arrived With an cswrday by the tt e rs that mails contam the 1 details 1 uth I 1l1en can translate the follow d to e arC per1n1tt1 matter written to a C aCCOulflt of York the bY a gentlemll in c1id in ev and perfect el rl high position atiago lnteUiTcnce hj0s0 are a guarantee of cans of of t his narrativO C correctness Maria has Just Santa Ou...

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. — 10 March 1885

I = 1 i ctfl Iliht tut t id TUEESDAY MARCH 10 1885 i ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS nUll Salt Lake City Postofflce ARRIVE CLOSE Eastern 800 pm 730 am L California and WestllOOam 345 pm i Montana and North 800 pm 030 am I I D i It G East 500 pm 1030 am Ogden Utah nOO am 730 am Ogden Utah 800 pm 345 pm I Park City 800 pm 730 am Tooele County 400 pm 720 am Alta Utah 1020 am 630 am J ngham Utah 400 pm 630 am J uthcrn Utah 1020 am 630 am i Mlllard Beaver Iron and Washington Cos 1020 am 315 pm The above is btandard mountain time JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster t i Salt Lake City Utah March 4 18S5 f to f Silver Quotations I Silver New York ivtm r Silver London 4ad I Lead New York per lOOlbs S 70 t I BTLIION SHIPMEMT One bar Christy Mining Company 1460 j One gold bar Kentuck il Co 4000 11 LOCAL JOTS j THE DEMOCRATS telephone i No5 Mark this down in your exchange lst ThE Salt Lake bicycle club will give an II i exhibition of fancy riding at the Pavilion I next Friday evening I DIPHTHERIA prevails ...

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. — 11 March 1885

7 qq ti r4 I I O Cr I OL 1 NO 9 ty SALT LAKE CITY WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1885 FIVE CENTS = I 11 EWS OF THE DAY f1 asterGeneral Vilas is quoted asi HThe programme of the iid J 5 MriJ1 s1 is to select officials for c1binet < to rhOJc find value to the govern worth a their non g ment curtailing mentThe starts in by Pr idont i I rrc The employees at the Executive te t l force or dispensing with the ser fansJon and whose aggregate sal clerks four ces of mnount to 6200 rie Harrington Rigger at J Ch1rles over the 73 grew despondent aged the Harrington in 5oi all his llloney js and tried which failed a year ago nk his wife and shooting 0 nlcnd matterS by himself Jen S Halifax N ndlevl1e House at Jlbv Government and wne1 by the Imperial was prison officer of the CU11Jcd by 1tt1I I redsing the tlriff introduced oiU 1 cnsrath at Vienna authorizing nIl Ol u 1Wort duties on cereals jl1cre 1 tJlCn1 to the rates adopted to flU sc 15 applies only to cereals im GCrInany Y rted from Fiance or Germany ...

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. — 11 March 1885

ltt lahe tUlOit WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 18S5 Evening Editions 330 and 430 Price delivered by carrier 75cts per month By mail I year 750 C mouths 400 3 months 200 Weekly 200 per year Advertising rates made known at the count ing room Address all communications and make drafts and money orders payable tOl SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT COMPANY THE RAILROAD STRIKERS The news this morning from the strik ing railroad employes is of a serious and alarming character The telegrams from St Louis tells us that LieutenantColonel Walbridge in response to a call for troops from Governor Mannaduke has started for Sedalia with two hundred and fifty of the militia with ball cartridges in their belts and trailing Gatling guns In Kansas there is as yet no call on the militia and it is gratifying to know that there will probably be no necessity for asking the Governorfto order them out it being feared that the presence of the military among the strikers may have an I irritating effect and lead to an armed i conflict b...

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. — 11 March 1885

C > S cttt ithC cutntrltt I c = ESDAY MARCIl 1885 = = STUEETCAIt CONDUCTORS Trials and Trilralitions No Their Kicking Down Under the Present System work more streetcar I dont want any sighed one of the oldtime COll in mine 0 Market street cable line tors of the ductorb face is familiarto all the whose tl recentlY < of that line patronS Writs the matter now Joe 1 asked to whom the remark was reporter a jw t1dr < > R5cd I veT slang impression VeIl l to use a which means that my ser < If b 1 the g t got required on the line 1 are no longer iees 1ce though for its got so not sorry Im starveto but niggardly 1 nothing theres < and awful long I hours work nlC tll rag05 death 0 110W how does it differ from the former queried the inquisitorial reporter days Before the infernal In lots of ways bell ches invented I made a good It came 011 after and eyen fat thing of it j small man well for 1 11 l 1 It pretty the hue 1 thee with a large family but I tell you on company got so ...

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. — 11 March 1885

k latt afce metmt SED r EEE WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 1SS3 AURIVALS AXn DKPAUTtWES OF lUIS at the Salt Lake City Postofflce Alt1E erR Eastern 800pm 730am California and Wet 1100 am 3 45 pm Montana and North 800 pm 030 nm 500 100 am I i It G Eat 50 pm Ogden Utah 1100 am 7Wam Ogden Utah 800 pm 34 > pm Park City fi00 pm 7 30 am rock County 40 pm 723 ain Alia IHah 1020 am 630 am ncham Utah 40 pm 630 nm iilhera Utah 1020am 630 am Mlllard Beaver Iron and Washington CO6 1020 am 315 pm The above In I standard mountain time JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster J Salt Lake City Utah March 4 18S5 Silver Quotations corrected daily by Wells Fargo Col HHver ewYork lor SilverLoailon 4ro Lead Now York per lOOlbs 370 LOCAL JOTS THE balmy springtime gentle Annie is about to be succeeded by a snowstorm THE Caledonia Society will give a re union and ball at the Social Hal this evening TiE many friends of Henry Vngcncr will bepleased to learn that be is able to be around again JOHN JAMES a native of England was admitted ...

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. — 12 March 1885

i VOL lNO 10 L u SALT LAKE CITY THURSDAY T MARCH i 12 1885 i i 1TVR PRNTR i vAHINGTON HEWS March llThore was WVSIIINGTOX bout the usual rush of visitors at the Vhitc House today The President and at once betook himself e1l early arose L opening his mail which was unusually i Je As one of the clerks at the White large House put it President Cleveland re letters in a day us ex ceiVCS as man J week Arthur received mt sidnt that manyof the many fair inference r 7 0Vthe It IS VpWc appointments to oflice to > relate ll letters r L ran hurriedly through the The lrsident the reception of then began atid mail a1 of whom had been III visitors manY time Among the some titing for delegates from ConoTessional ongrCSSi0h1 callers were r ca North Carolllla llhn01H Iowa Kntuckv Secretary of WTar Floida The Secretaryrro aul Floi hall long conference and a noon an 1ono1 about called PresIdent At 1 oclock with the ence were White House of the the doors 0 and the Presi public the thrown open t lCCll...

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. — 12 March 1885

ltlt lth jltUtYcnt i + THURSDAY MARCH 12 18S5 Evening Editions 330 and 4GO Price delivered by carrier 75cts per month By mail I year 760 0 months 400 3 months 200 Weekly 200 per year Advertising rules made known at the count inc room Address all communications and make drafts and money orders payable to SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT COMPANY I POLITICAL SOCIETIES In Utah Territory there is no political education in Utah Territory there are no politics in the sense in which the term is used elsewhere The position of both the parties heretofore occupying the political arena of the Territory is well accurately and tersely defined by the famous Irish reply to the question What are your politics I am against the government The Peoples party has always been against the National Gov ernment and the Liberal party has al ways been against the Territorial govern ment Both parties have had platforms based upon principles that to each were dear that each knew if carried out would encompass the whole situat...

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. — 12 March 1885

I I ait lithe tUHYt id MAnCIl 12 18Sj TIIUHSDA Y iLTY IN FORMOSA rnfNCJE Trade Junks and Working Snkillg Coolies to Death overland China Mail February 3d The amost unpleasant char < ewS of a C1ls Formosa through us from Mer reaches 3 jer asserted by a It is emphatically Tblc correspondent that the French 1ib1C l Tuiltv of acts of a been l guilty 1ave ouestionable character iu carry < 111ot socalled blockade This t the out I jug December 15th with raised on I ws served on either neu being l out notice Chinese It was renewed on or t1115 iili and since that date it is JlUa2l that native craft have been wan ffirnHl the small sampans von ionl dcgtloYld firewood it engaged in carrying vlucH arc cn TnjUi provisions from one vil charcoal another fi h not pro being spared Indeed lajc to anon infmmant the 1rench M4l1lr to our JliiVf 7 acMW V to a war of extermination I ml wlge haw begun seem to S the Clunese junk and uninst termination < u am the whole const boat pocrto of along the ...

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. — 12 March 1885

JfeJt lif l IttnOrl t + THURSDAY MARCH 12 18S5 ARHIVALS AND DEPAKTHHES OF MAILS at the Salt Lake City Tohtofilce ARRIVE CLOSE Eastern 800 pm 730 am California and West 1100 am 145 pm Montana and North tOiJ pm 630 am n < fe R G East 500 pm 1030 nm Ogden Utah 1100 nm 730 nm Ogden Utah 800 pm 345 pm I Park City 800 pm 730 am Tooclc County 100 pm 720 11111 Alta Utah 1020 am 030 am nsham Utah 400 pm CO nm ullicrn Utnh 102 nm 080 am Millard Beaver Iron and Washington Cos 1023 nm 315 pm The above is standard mountain time JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster Salt Lake City Utah March 4 1885 Silver Quotations corrected daily by Wells Fargo kCol Silver NewiYork 10S Siher London 4Sd Lead New York per lOOlbs 370 BULLION SHIPMENTS One bar Christy M Co 0 f 1470 LOCAL JOTS SALT LAKE is to have a new directory TIlE new superintendent of Bradstreets Mercantile Agency in this city is en route from the east but it is not known who he is IT is said that all the attorneys of Utah south of Salt Lake are employed ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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