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|Paper||Salt Lake Democrat|
i Scenic Line of the World ! DENVER & RIO GRANDE Western Railway. Universally conceded to be THE POPULAR I passenger Route ! ! Between the East and West. Tla Only Xaixxo Between Ogden, Salt Lake aud Denver Without Change of Cars ! Tlx Only Lino Between Salt Lake and Chicago - With but One Change of Cars! The Only Line between the West and the East Running Through Salt Lake City. Pullman Buffet AND " Sleeping Cars! I On all Through Passenger Trains. tW" The Only Line from Salt Lake City run-ffiug run-ffiug Sleeping Cars Free for the use of passengers nolding Second-class and Emigrant Tickets. The Atlantic Express. Leaves Ogden daily at 9:30 a. m.; Leaves Salt Lake City daily at 10:55 a. m. Direct connection is made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha, Kansas Kan-sas City, and all points East. The Pacific Express. Arrives at Salt Lake City from the East at 5:00 p. m., and leaves for Ogden at 5:10 p. m., making connection with the Central Pacific for the West. Local Trains. LCave Bait Lake City as follows: For Bingham and Alta at 725 a. m. For Ogden at 5 :10 p. m. Arrive at Salt Lake City: From Bingham and Alta at 4:15 p. m. From Ogden at 10:50 a. m. 1 Tickets for all points East and West can be purchased at the Depot Office and City Ticket Office, White House corner, Salt Lake City. , S. W. ECCLES, G. P.&T.Agt. V. H. BANCROFT, Receiver. THE CHICAGO, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY COMPANY. The Last Built, Best Equipped, Shortest Line BETWEEN Council Bluffs Chicago ft AND ALL POINTS EAST. 9 Utah Central R. R. Passenger Trains eave Salt Lake Daily, as fol- ows: GOING NORTH Atlantic Express at 8:00 a.m. GOING SOUTH Express at 720 a.m. I Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake, Daily, as 1 follows: FROM NORTH Atlantic Express at 751 p.m ; FROM SOUTH Express at 6:40 p.m JOHN SHARP, Genl 8upL i FRANCIS COPE, Gen'l Fg't & Pass. Agt, I THE CHICAGO AND I NORTHWESTERN 1 Railway. The Best Route and Short Line BETWEEN Omaha, Council Bluffs AND Chicago. I The only line to take for Des Moines, Mar-tshalltown, Mar-tshalltown, Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Dixon, Chi- cago, Milwaukee ana all points East To the I people of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, j Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Cali- i fornia, it offers superior advantages not possi- i ble by any other line. I Among a few of the numerous points of su- I periority enjoyed by the patrons of this road 1 between Omaha and Chicago are its two trains a day of DAY COACHES, which are the finest I that human art and ingenuity can create ; its J PALACE SLEEPING CARS, which are models 1 of comfort and elegance; its PARLOR DRAW- 1 ING ROOM CARS, unsurpassed by any; and its I widely celebrated PALATIAL DINING CARS, s the equal of wTiich can not be found elsewhere. At Council Bluffs the trains of the Union Pacific Pa-cific Rv, connect in Union Depot with those of the Chicago & Northwestern Ry. In Chicago the trains of this line make close -connection with those of all Eastern lines. For Detroit, ColumbuR, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Cincin-nati, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, I Baltimore, Washington, and 11 points in the East, ask the ticket agent for tickets via the "Northwestern" If you wish the best accommodations. All ticket agents sell tickets via this line. " - M. HUGHITT, It. S. HAIR, Genl Mauager. Genl Pass. Agent CHICAGO. ODD FELLOWS' LODGES. UNITY ENCAMPMENT No. 2, I. O. O. F. Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Hall, Union Block. All Patriarchs in good standing are invited to attend. W. P. ROWE, C. P. J. J. Thomas, Scribe. UTAH LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F. MEETS every Thursday, at 8 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Fel-lows' Hall, Union Block, Salt Lake City. Odd Fellows in good standing are invited to attend. H. L GRAY, N. G. J. J. Thomas, Secretary. SALT LAKE LODGE NO. 2. L O. O. F. Meets every Friday, at 8 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Hall, Union Block. Odd Fellows in good standing are invited to attend. WM. H. CULMER, N. G. J. M. Darling, Secretary. JORDAN LODGE NO. 3, I. O. O. F. MEETS every Monday, at 8 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Fel-lows' Hall, Union Block. Odd Fellows in good standing are invited to attend. F. F. LECUYER, N. G. Louis Hyams, Secretary. IDGELY LODGE NO. 9, I. O. O. F. MEETS every Wednesday, at 8 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Fel-lows' Hall, Union Block. Visiting brothers made welcome. JOHN J. DUKE, N. G. W. M. Clark, Secretary. CALANTHE LODGE NO. 5, K. OF P. REG-ular REG-ular conventions every Monday evening, at Castle Hall, Walker Opera House, at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights made welcome. L. H. FARNSWORTH, C. tf. G. B. Lang, K. of R. and S. - E. Sells. James Tucker. H. W Sells. SELLS&CO. . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FLOORING, RUSTIC, SIDING, LATHS, SHINGLES, PICKETS, - WINDOW-WEIGHTS & NAILS, DOORS, WINDOWS & MOULDING A Specialty. Pricesto Suit the Times ORDERS FOR RED PINE SOLICITED. Call on us before purchasing elsewhere. 158 TV. First Sonth Street, Opposite 14th Ward Assembly Booms. Heesch & Ellerbeck, PLUMBERS: Sole agents for the EXETER HEATER, the most economical and reliable heater in use. Water Pipe laid on short notice. 49 East First South Street. SALT LAKE CITY EDUCATIONAL. ACADEMY. PREPARATORY AND ACADEMIC DEPART-ments DEPART-ments at HAMMOND HALL. INTERMEDIATE and PRIMARY DEPARTMENTS, DEPART-MENTS, with KINDERGARTEN, at INDEPENDENCE HALL. WILL OPEN nVEoxxdo-y, Sept. Vtlx- Classical, Scientific and English courses of instruction. Full faculty the same as for the past four years. Academic instruction per term , $8.50 Preparatory " " , " 6.25 Intermediate and Primary " 5.00 For information and calendars apply to E. BENNER, 331 Third East streeet. Salt Lake Seminary, rpHE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION WILL i 1- open September 7, 1885, With a full Faculty of Seven Instructors. Students Stu-dents will be prepared for the best New England En-gland colleges. COMPETENT TEACHERS Will preside over the several departments of a well-graded course, Kindergarten included. HOMES FOB STUDENTS. Most excellent accommodations for young ladies in Davis Hall, and for young gentlemen in the adjoining building. All under the supervision super-vision of the Principal. For information address REV, J. JAY GAKYIX, Principal. Sacred Heart Academy, OGFiEN OITY, UTAH. CondLuoted. "fcy- The Sisters 07 THE HOLY CROSS THE COURSE OF STUDY IS THOROUGH, embracing all the branches of a solid and and accomplished education. Languages, general, gen-eral, vocal and drawing lessons, free of charge. Boys up to the age of twelve years received in a separate building. School Will Open September 1st, 1885. Half fare tickets can be procured for pupils. For terms and full particulars address, The Sisters of the Holy Cross, Ogden, Utah. stTmary's academy. Salt Lake City, Utah, CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS Classes for Boarders and day pupils will be resumed re-sumed MONDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 1885. The courseof study embraces all the branches of a thorough and accomplished education, LANGUAGES, GENERAL DRAWING and VOCAL MUSIC Being included in the English course, form no extra charge. The brick building addition to the Academy will be ready for September. The low pressure steam apparatus will be in basement of same. TEEMS MODERATE. Small boy boarders received in a separate department. Half-fare tickets caa be procured for the pupils. For Catalogue, address as above SAMPLjriGJW! JS-A-IjT IiATCE Sampling Works, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. The Only Sampling Mill in Utah Using Kolls, WHEREBY I CAN GUARANTEE AN accurate sample of all classes of ore by crushing to any desired fineness, so as to obtain the actual value. The work will be under my entire supervision. All consignments will receive re-ceive prompt and careful attention City Office, No. 139 S. Main Street. Mill near Utah Central Depot. P. O. Box 565. FRANK FOOTE, Proprietor. J.CCOJfKLUf&Co. jot ORE SAMHJNG MILL. Ores and Bullion Carefully Sampled. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE sale of Ores and Bullion. Mill, South Tem- Sle Street, between Utah & Nevada aud Utah entral Railroad Depots. Office, over Loudon Bank of Utah, (front room.) Island Home Stock Farm, Crosse Ho, Wayne Co., Mich. BAVAGE & FARNUM, PROPRIETORS. IMPOPTED Percheron Horses. All stock selected from the get of sires and dams of established reputation and registered in the French and American slud books. . ISLAND HOME If beautifully situated at the head of Grossk Iuj tatte Detroit River, ten miles below the Citj. and to accessible by railroad and steamboat. - Visjton Sotfiuniliar with the location may call at city office, wCampau Building, and an escort wi 1 I accompany Semto the farm. Send for catalogue, free by maiL Address. Savage & Farnum. Detroit. Mich, MORRIS The Painter ! WAGONS, BUGGIES, REAPERS, PLOWS, ETC. Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah. SCHUTTLER FARM FREIGHT WAGONS, AND FIRST-CLASS Open &,tclL Top Buggies, . WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS - ' :o: DEDERICK HAY PRESSES, BALING TIES AND BALING WIRE, Knowles Steam Pumps For all Purposes. All Size3 Constantly in Stock. AMES PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, LEFFEL TURBINE WHEELS, -. SAW MILLS AND SHINGLE MILLS. Correspondence solicited. Enquiries answered promptly. BAIN WAGON DEPOT. HOWAED SEBREE COMPANY Keep a Full Stock of These Celebrated Wagons. Concord Buggies, Spring Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Moline Plows, Gasaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky Plows. CHAMPION 'jSLJZl CECENTES And a Full Line of Agricultural Goods. Hardwood and Wagou Materials a Specialty. Call on or Address HOWARD SEBREE CO., Salt Lake City or Ogden, Utah. THE SALT M DEMOCRAT. IDaily, 4 :30 P. M. FOR NORTHERN UTAH. Semi-Wceltlv, every Wednesday and Saturday. Daily, delivered by Carrier, 75 cents per month. ' By mail, per year, in advance, ad-vance, $7.50 ; six months, $4.00 ; three months, $2.00. Semi-Weekly; same size as the daily, $3.00 per year: $2,00 eight months; $1.00 four months, cash with the order. Agents Wanted Throughout the Territory. 1. The Salt Lake Democrat will fully sustain the principles of the National Democratic party, as enunciated by its National Conventions, and exemplified in the teachings of its great founders. 2. It will advocate the doctrine that the people of Utah have wisdom enough and patriotism enough to govern themselves ; that "the affairs of church and State ought to and must be forever separate and distinct ; and that every citizen should obey the laws. 3. We believe that all the difficulties which surround the people of Utah will find a peaceful remedy, if absolute freedom of discussion can be secured, and independent inde-pendent individual judgment expressed. 4. The Salt Lake Democrat will use the language of moderation, and will revile re-vile no man for opinion's sake. While firm in its advocacy of correct political principles, prin-ciples, it will respect the rights of all others to hold contrary opinions. Full Telegrahic Dispatches trom all parts of the world and all local news of general interest. Address - . SALT LAKE DEMOCEAT CO., 69 and 71 W. SECOND SOUTH St. " Salt HmclIslg City. UNDERTAKERS. ESTABLISHED 18C4. JOSEPH E. TAYLOR, UNDERTAKER! A Complete Stock of WOOD, METALLIC and CLOTH-COVERED COFFINS AND CASKETS Constantly on hand. Also a full line of BUKIAL ROBES. Masonic, Odd Fellows, and Knights of Pythias emblems furnished on hearse. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Factory and ware-rooms, ware-rooms, No. 253 E. First South street. Telephone No. 70. JOSEPH WI. TAYL0B, Funeral Director and Embnlmer. A full line of Fine Cloth, Metallic and Redwood Coffins and. Caskets, Air-tight Oak Cases and Caskets. A complete stock of Burial Robes and Undertakers' Under-takers' Goods of every description kept constantly con-stantly on hand. - Black or White Hearses. Bodies Preserved without Ice for any length of time. Particular attention given to Embalming, Embalm-ing, Shipping and Care of Bodies. Embalming and Shipping a specialty. Lots & Grares Furnished ia any Cemetery in City. All orders by telegraph or telephone, day or night, will receive prompt attention, Prices low and terms reasonable. Office never closed. Telephone No. 351. 23 West Temple St., South LAJDJVGEJNJjSjr WILLIAM U. BIRD JAMES LOWE. JgIRD & LOWE, Li and Agents and Attorneys. - Office next door to U. S. Land Office, Salt Lake City '. ; Utah. Will promote claims in contested and suspended sus-pended cases in the Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, and General Land Office at Washington, Washing-ton, D. C, obtain Patents on Homestead, Pre--emption, Desert and Timber Culture Entries, and upon coal and mineral lands. General information relating to lands furnished, fur-nished, with maps, plates and diagrams. Notary Public in office. R. L. HOWARD, Land Agent & Attorney SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. Obtains Patents for Agricultural and Mineral Lands. Office next to U. S. Land Office. P O. Box 395, PROPOSALS. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, Sept. 24, 1885.) Sealed Proposals, indorsed "Proposals for the construction of Indian School Building at Grand Junction," will be received at the office of Indian Affairs, at Washington, D. C, until Saturday, October 24th, at 12 o'clock m. The building will be two stories; main part, 60x36 feet; with two wings, each 59x19 feet. Bids may be made for a brick building with stone foundation, foun-dation, and for a building entirely of stone. Complete plans and specifications of the work can be examined at the office of the "Mesa Co. Democrat" of Grand Junction, "News" of Denver, Den-ver, "Republican" of St. Louis, and "Times" of Chicago. Contract will be awarded to the lowest responsible re-sponsible bidder or bidders subject to the approval ap-proval of the Secretary of the Interior ; the right is, however, reserved to reject any and all bids or any part of any bid if deemed for the best; interests of the service. Proposals must state length of time required, after approval of contract, for completion of building, as the time required will be taken into consideration. Each bid must give names of all parties interested inter-ested in or parties to it, and must have attached to it copy of this advertisement.. CERTIFIED CHECKS. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon some United States depository depos-itory payable to the order of the Comrnisioner of Indian Affairs, which check or draft shall not be less than five per centum of the amount of the bid, and shall be forfeited to the United States in case any bidder receiving an award shall fail to execute properly a contract with good and sufficient sureties according to the terms of his bid. Bids not accompanied by a certified check or draft will not be considered. Parties receiving awards will at once enter into contracts. The contract may provide for three payments, two of which will be made at such stages of the work as will fully protect the United States, the last when the buildings are completed and accepted. J. D. C. ATKINS, Commissioner Marshal's Sale. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SALE TO me directed by the Third Judicial District Court of the Territory of Utah, I shall expose at public sale, at the frontdoorof the County Court House, in tne City of Salt Lake, County of Salt Lake and Territory of Utah, on the 13th day of October, 1885, at 12 o'clock m., the following described de-scribed property, situate, lying and being iu Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, to-wit: All the north half of Lot Four (4), iu Block Forty (40) of Plat A, Salt Lake City survey. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining Te be sold as the property of Daniel O. Dickenson, Dick-enson, C. W. Brown and Catharine Wiseman, at the suit of George Cullens. Terms of sale, cash. . IRELANI. Dated September Zt, 1885. U. 3. Marshal.