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Scenic Line of the World ! denver&riogrande! Western Railway. Uuiversslly conceded to be THE POPULAR Passenger Route ! RetwMH the at and Vnt. i ' i Tlx Only Xalxxo Between Ogden, Salt Lake and Denver Without Change of Cars ! Tlio Only Xlxx Between Salt Lake and Chicago With Tut One Change of Cars ! The Oaly Line between the West and the East Running Through Salt Lake City. . Pullman Buffet A2TD Sleeping Cars! Oo all Through Passenger Trains. - - S7 The Only line from Salt Lake City tun nine Sleeping Cars Tree for the use of pwwnjrera holding Second-class and Emigrant Tickets. The Atlantic Express. Leavee Ogden dally at 9:30 a. m.; Leaves Salt Lake City dally at 106 a. m. Direct connection la made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha, Kan iu City, and all points East. The Pacific Express. Arrives at alt Lake City from the East at 5.-00 p. m., and leaves for Ogd&u at 6:10 p. m., making connection with the Central Pacific for the Wet. Local Train. . i.sr SaltXake City aa follows: I Fxtr Bingham and Alta at 1 Si a. m. ! For Ogden at 5:10 p. m. Arrive at Salt Lake City: From Bingham and Alta at 4:13 p. m. From Ogden at 10 JO a. m. j Tickets for all points East and West can be ! purchased at the Depot Office and. City, Ticket i Ace, White Bouse corner. Salt Lake City. S. W. ECCLES, ! G. P. & T. Agt. I Tf. H. BANCROFT, Receiver. THE CHICAGO, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY COMPANY.; The Last Built, . Best Equipped, Shortest Line BETWEEN . Council Bluffs s Chicago --Ayp " .'I ALL POINTS EAST. Utah Central B. It. Passenger Trains eave Salt Lake Daily, as follows: fol-lows: GOING NORTH Atlanilxs Express at8r00a.m. COTNG SOUTH Express at 7 38 s.m. yasseuger Trains Arrive In Bait Lake, Daily, as follows: - PROM NORTH Atlantic Express at 7:51 p.m IT.03S SOUTH ExpreBS at 6:40 p.m JOHN SHARP, OenT 8npt. FRANCIS COPE, OenT Fgt A Pass. Agt. THE CHICAGO AND-: V. " NORTHWESTERN Railway. The Sest Route and Short Line -r BETWEEN Omaha, Council Bhiffs . . '' - AND Chicago. The only line to take for Des Moines. Msr--balltowa. Cedar Rajlds Clinton Dixon Chl-eago, Chl-eago, Milwaukee and all points East. To tne Sleof Nebraska, Colora5a ..Wyoming. Utah fdaho Nevada. Oregon, V asnington ana tau fort it 'offen superior advantages not possible possi-ble by any other line. Among a few of the numerous pol nU of su rinrirv enioved by the patrons of this road CBOmSSintf CBteago are its two trains a day of DAY COACHES, which are the finest that human art and ingenuity can create i . IJs PALACE SLEEPING CARS, which are models of comfort and elegance; its F-LOn.Id its 15 G ROOM CARS, unsurpassed byany. ana iis widelv celebrated PALATIAL DINING CARS, lie e?ual of which can not be found elsewhere. At Council Bluffs the trains of the Union Pjbj cifle Ry connect in Union Depot with those of theChleago 4 Northwestern Ry. IQ Clff ihetns of this line make close connection with thos of all Eastern lin.s. - For Detroit Columbus, Indianapolis, Clncln-natWaSrafalS Clncln-natWaSrafalS Buffalo Pitts burg. Toronto, Montreal; Boston, New York. fffP Baltimore, Washington, and all points in e East, ask the ticket agent for tickets via the "NortIlwestern,, If you wish the best accommodations. All ticket agents sell tickets via this line. M. HCQHITT, R. 8. HAIR, V Gen'l Manager. Genl Pass. Agent v' , CHICAGO. ' , ' ' ODD FELLOWS' LODGES. 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 I Fellows in good standing are invited to attend. H. L URAY, N. G. J. J. Thomas, Secretary. SALT LAKE LODGE NO. 2. I. 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. 8, I. O. O. F. MEETS every Monday, at 8 p. in., in Odd Fel-I Fel-I lows' Hall, Union Block. Odd Fellows in good standing arc invited to attend. F. F. LECUYER, N. G. LoL'ia Hyams. Secretary. "D IDGELY LODGE NO. 9, I. O. O. F. -MEETS XV every Wednesday, at 8 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Fel-lows' Hall, Union Block. - ViBitlng brothers made welcome. JOHN J. DUKE, N. G. W. M. Clark. Secretary. CALANTHE LODGE NO. 5, K; OF P. REQ-ular REQ-ular conventions every Monday evening, at Castle Hall, Walker Opera House, at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights made welcome. L. H. FARN8 WORTH, C. C. G. B. Lasg, K. of R. and S. EDUCATIONAL. ACADEMY. PREPARATORY AND ACADEMIC DEPART-menu DEPART-menu at - HAMMOND HALL. INTERMEDIATE ad PRIMARY DEPARTMENTS, DEPART-MENTS, with KINDERGARTEN, at ESTDEPEXDEIVCE HALL. WILL OPEN BAoxiciayf Sept. Itlx. Classical, Scientific and English courses ol instruction. Full faculty the same as for the past four years. Academic instruction per term 18.50 Preparatory " - " ' f-26 Intermediate and Primary " 5.00 For Information and calendars, apply to E. EENNER, 881 Third Eaststrceet. Salt Lake Seminary. rpHE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION WILL 1 open . September 7,1885, With a full Faoulty of Seven Instructors. Students Stu-dents will be prepared for the best New England En-gland colleges. I " COMPETENT TEACHERS Will preside over the several departments of a well-graded course. Kindergarten included. - HOMES FOR STUDENTS. Most escelleat accommodations for young ladies in Davis Hall, aud for young gentlemen in the adjoining building. All under the supervision super-vision of the Principal , For information address BEY. J. JAT OABTIX, Priarlpal. MarshaPs Sale. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SALE TO me directed by the Third Judicial District j Court of the Territory of Utah, I shall expose at public sale, at the front door of the County Court House, in tne City of Salt Lake. County of Salt Lake and Territory of Utah, on the 13th day of October, 1815, at 12 o'clock m.. the following ae-sVribed ae-sVribed property, situate, lying and being in Salt Lake County. Utah Territory, to wlt: All the northT W of Lot Four (4). In Block Forty (40) of Plat A, Salt Lake City survey. Together with all and singular the tenement hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto enson. C. W. Brown and Catharine W iseman, at ! the suit of George Cullens. j Terms of sale, cash. a 1blanj j Dated September 21. 1S. V. S. Marshal. . Assessment Notice. NORWAY IRON MINING AND MANUFAC-turlng MANUFAC-turlng Company of Utah. Location of principal Place of business. Salt Lake City, f'tah Territory. Location of works and mines. Mill Creek Mining District. Morgan County rth Noticels hereby given that at a meet-i meet-i Kfthe BoardofDlrecVsof said Company, lolJ inn the 7th day of September, I8S5, an assessment of one and one-hf UK) cent per K was levied upon the capital stock ( ssued I ana unissued) of the wnM"X K M beaelinTuentand auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Wednesday, November the 4th WALKER BROS. WALKER BROTHERS, DRY GOODS, I O Xa O T 31 X 35C Gr ! BOOTS AND SHOES I Gents' Furnishings i I AND CARPETS. 1 An Immense Stock i In all Departments. The Latest Novelties ! Constantly arriving. Gent's Spring Style Hats, NECKWEAR, Hosiery and Fancy Shirts. THE CREAM of Best' Designs just arrived by by Express. . EMBROIDERIES Of every desirable- width and quality. . Newest Styles! Cheaper Than Ever! DRESS GOODS Of Latest European importation constantly arriving. ar-riving. CARPETS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS IN ELEGANT DESIGNS. The Largest Stock in Utah. Orders most caref ullr fllled. SAMPLING MILLS. JS-CVX-T IjATCE Sampling Works, SALT LAKE C1TI, UTAH. The Only Sampling Mill in Utah Using Bolls, "C17HEREBY I CAN GUARANTEE AN VV 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. Maiu Street. Mill near Utah Central Depot. P.O.Bo5C5. FRANK FOOTE, Proprietor. J.C.eONKLIN&Co. ORE SAMPLING MILL Ores and Bullion Carefully Sampled. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE sale of Ores and Bullion. Mill. South Temple Tem-ple Street, between Utah & Nevada and Utah Central Railroad Depots. Office, over London Bank of Utah, (front room.) Island Home Stock Farm, Grosse lie, Wayne Co., Mloh. SAVAGE. & FARNUM, PBOFBUETOSI. IMPOPTED Percheron Horses. All stock selected from the get of rwad" tfeiaSushed reputation and registered In tne French and A mencan Kud books. ISLAND HOME b beautifully situated at the head of Gross Jvt to theDetrolt River, ten miles below the City. and taaoMSsiblebv railroad and steamboat. Jfito- Sotfkmillar with the location may cal at cityoffica, SCampau Bunding, and an escort w;U accompany SiS to tne farm. Send for catalogue, free b J mad. 2Kdres,SAVAGR& Farnum. Detroit. Mich. 1 , . . 1 I ! E. Sells. James Tcckeb. n. w Sblis. jsELLS&CO: ! Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I FLOORING, RUSTIC, ' GPICKETi i WiJfDOW-WEICHTS 4 NAILS, i DOORS, WINDOWS & MOULDING ! A Specialty. Pricesto Suit the Times S ORDERS FOR RED PINE SOLICITED. , Call on us before purchasing elsewhere. 15 W. Fira South Street, Opposite ; lt! Wrt AswmblT Hooms. ) M T MwMa-M mmmmab ifl in 1 -- j WAG ON 3, BUGGIES, REAPERS, PLOWS, ETC. j I Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah. I SCHUTTLER FABI FREIGHT WAGONS, j AXD FIBaT-CLASH i ! j Open SL2t3L aXaop Buggies, j WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES. i - AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS : o : DEDESICK HAY PRESSES, BALING TEES AND BALING WIRE, Knowles Steam Pumps For all Purposes. All Sizes Constantly in Stock. AMES PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, ' LEFFEL T U RBINE WHEELS, SAW MILLS AND SHINGLE MILLS. Correspondence solicited. Enauiries answered promptly. BAIN WAGON DEPOT. HOWARD SEBEEE COMPANY Keep a Full Stock of These Celebrated Wagons. Concord Buggies, Spring Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Moline Plows, Casaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky PJowb. CHAMPION "MACHrKTES And a Full Line of Agricultural Gooda. Hardwood and Waou Materials a Specialty. Call on or AddresB HOWARD SEBEEE CO. Salt Lake City or Ogden Utah. THE SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT. ZD-Xlly, 4:30r. M. FOR NORTHERN UTAH. SoXXll-"VCrOOl-.lTr, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Daily, delivered by Carrier, 75 cents per month. By mail, per year, in 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. S?" Full Telegrahic Dispatches from all parts of the world and all local nevs of general interest. Address " SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT CO., 60 and 71 W. SECOND SOUTH St. Qgtlt Xj&Izlo City. JJNDERTAKERS. ESTABLISHED 1S64. JOSEPH E. TAYLOR, undeetak;er! A Complete Stock of WOOD, METALLIC and CLOTH-COVERED COFFINS AND CASKETS Constantly on hand. Also a full line of BURIAL ROBES. Masonic, Odd Fellows, and Knights o Pythias emblems furnished on hearse. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Factory and ware-rooms, ware-rooms, No. 263 E. First South street. Telephone No. 70. JOSEPH WM. TAYI0K, XT ZNT X3 3Z3H.Tau X3 XL . Funeral Director and Embslmer. CtF A full line of Fine Cloth, Metallic and Redwood Coffins and Caskets, Air-tight Oak Cases and Caskets. a A complete stock of Burial Robes and Undertakers'- Goods of every description kept constantly con-stantly on hand. - Black or White Hearie. Bodies Preserved without Ice for any length of time. Particular attention civen to Embalming:, Embalm-ing:, Shipping and Care of Bodies. Embalming and Shipping a specialty. Lots k Grave Fnrnlshed In any Cemetery n City. All orders by telegraph or telephoue, day or night, will receive prompt attention, Prices low and terms reasonable. Office never closed. Telephone No. 351. 23 West Temple St.. Soutfr I7J THE mSTKICT COEHT IN AND for the Third Judicial District of Utah Territory. Ter-ritory. County of 8alt Lake. John D. White. Plaintiff, vs. Marcaret H. White, Defendant. Summons. The People of the United States in the Territory of Utah send greeting: Tp Margaret Mar-garet H. White, Defendant: You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you bv the above-jiamed plaintiff. In the District Dis-trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons-it served within this county: or. if served out of ths county, but in this district, within twenty days: otherwise within lorty days or Judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complain actio ,g br011ght by plaintiff demanding de-manding judgment that the bonds of matri. mony between himself and defendant he dissolved, dis-solved, and for general relief, upon the ground alleced in the complaint that on or about August Au-gust 20th, 18S4, defendant without cause deserted desert-ed and abandoned the plaintiff, and ever since has continued so to wilfully and without cau e desert and abandonplalnUff and live separate and apart from him, without any cause or reason, rea-son, and against 'his will and without his con- SCAnd you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein. Wituess. the Hon. Charles S. Zane. Jnaee. and the seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, 1 and for the Territory of Utah, this 25th day of August, In the year of our Lord one thousand, eight tundred and eUhty-flVe eUhty-flVe 1 J. M. ZANE, Clerk. f9E.u.J By H. G. McMiLL.tw, Deputy Clerk, LAJDGENJ WILLIAM H: BIBO JAMES LOWE. -gLRD & LOWE, Ziand Ageuts 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 Laud Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, and General Land Office at Washington, Washing-ton, D. C, obtain Patents on Homestead, Pre--emptlon, Desert and Timber Culture Entries, and upon coal and mineral lauds. General information relatiug to iauda furnished, fur-nished, with maps, plates and diagrams. Notary Public In office.. - R. L. HOWARD, Land Agent & Attorney SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. I ObtainB Patents for Agricultural and Mineral Lands. j Office next to U. S. Land Office. P O. Box 396, wvwPATJiNTJNOTOES Application for Patent. INotioeNo. 1315.1 United States Land Offick, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 25, 1SS5. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DEN-cis DEN-cis C. Murphy and the heir of Samuel Kahn, deceased, whose postoffice ad drew it j Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, have made ap- Ii plication for a United State patrnt for the Calcutta raining claim, gituate in Little Cottonwood Cotton-wood Mining District Salt Lake county, Utah Territory, consisting of 750 linear feet of the lode, and surface ground 100 feet wide, being 1 Lot No. 170, and described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office, with magnetic variation at 18 degress 10 mia utos east as follows: Commencing t thedls covery point of tne said Calcutta miuing claim and running S 82 degrees 10 minutes west 475 feet to tba center of the westerly end line of the claim, and from thence S 7 degrees 50 minute E 50 feet to Post No. 1; thence N 7 degree 50 minutes W 100 feet to Post No. 2; thence N 82 degrees 10 minutes E 750 feet to Post No. 3 thence S 7 degrees 50 minutes E 100 feet to Post No. 4; thence S 2 degrees 10 minutes W 750 feet to Po.st No. lof the exterior boundary lines of the surface ground of the said mining claim, embracing an area of l.fiOS acres, after excluding exclud-ing therefrom the area in conflict with Lot 70, the Live Yankee mining claim, 0.111 acre3, and Lot 11.7, the Ravine mining claim, 0.001 anre. From Pcwt No. 1 of this claim U. 8. M. M. No. 3 bears S 73 degrees 17 minutes W 2072 feet distant. dis-tant. The said mining claim being oi record in the office oi the Rccorderof said mining district, dis-trict, at Alta, in Salt Lake county, Utah. The nearest known locations being the Kiver Lee, Murphy, Live Yankee and Ravine mining claims. I direct that this notice be published In the Salt Lake Evesiso Democrat, the newspaper published nearest the said mining claim, ior the period of sixty days. II. McM ASTER, Register. Bird & Lowe. Attorneys for Applicants O AZjIFOZUO'XL E-estaux-aiit. NEW OYSTER HOU.-E NBERNARD19, LATE OF THE VIENNA Chop House, has opened a first-cia.,s Restaurant and Oyster House, .t 256 ZVXaIxx Street, Three doors south of the Walker Houe. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,' And will be under the supervision of the proprietor, pro-prietor, who intends to make this the Oyster Bouse par excellence of the Territory. MCK BERXABDIS. ST. JAMES HOTEL, Main St, South of Third South St. TTTTTED UPTHROUGnOtTT IN FIRST-CLASS 17 style. The finest and most comfortable ' Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City. ; Special Ttrms to Families, both for 81ngle Booms and Suites. , Transient, $2.00 per day. Am REE!EWAI.D, Prop. ' Heesch & Ellerbeck, PLUMBERS. Sole agents for the EXETER HEATER, the most economical and relUbla hatr in us. Water Pipes laid on short notice. 49 Eaat First Sonth Street. SALT LAKE cIT Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told i her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. MORRIS The Painter ! - - ; i- . ' -i . THIS PAPER : ' ! j ! , '