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DEPARTURES OF ltUILi
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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
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Je above is JOhN T LYNCH Postmaster
Utah March 4 1885
C3tLaVe Clf
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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
cert the street cars
wondered why
and people
icerc not on time
at once
for the DEMOCRAT
rmiscEImmE clean and
thereby secure a bright
ln d that will al
Dernocnltic journal jnll
ei Laboring for the welfare of
found
nisbc
tithQ e
UC glass ball and pigeon
lttCavt
is said to be about 4000
FbotoftiIisdt
result of the shooting matches
aieit as a
in which lie has participated during the
jasteff months
THE Democratic Club meeting this
evening will be in the Federal court
instead of Pendletons Hall as
rem
previously announced Every member
ot t the Club should attend
HOJETOFORE letters addressed to par
fe in the city have required only one
rent postage but now that the govern
ment delivers local letters by carrier the
rate is advanced to two cents
SErE Raymond excursionists who
have spent the winter in Southern Cali
fornia arrived from the West Saturday
eight viewed the Salt Lake lion yester
day < and left over the U P this morning
Till administrations of Grover Cleve
land and the EVENING DEMOCRAT com
mence within two days of each other and
an era of prosperity is thereby assured
for Utah as well as the rest of the United
States
C H MOORE general merchandise
dealer ot Moroni Sanpete County as
signed on last Thursday to his former
clerk S H Bradley Liabilities are es
timated at 5000 which it is expected the
assets will fully cover
THE attention of the Third District
Court was occupied today by the trial of
JL Vhitehouse charged with stealing
150 sheep from Mrs Slater in Tooele
county C 0 Whittemore prosecutes
and Hoge Burmester defend the case
SUTTLTANEOUSLY with the advent of the
birds and spring weather comes the infor
mation that Sells Bros circus will show
m this city on June 12th and 13th It
1111 1 come over the D B G and will
require two trains of forty cars each to
lorry it
THIS was a red letter day for the beer
drinkers d of Salt Lake The Albert Fisher
Brewing Company delivered a keg to each
Ealoon in town gratis as a sample and
the Salt Lake Brewery not to be outdone
Bent their wagon around with two kegs
for each liquor firm
THE mammoth bootand shoe house of
I D and A Young has recently been
rawed to 116 Main street where cus
loners t will find the most complete assort
ment in the city This firm will have
something to say to the readers of the
DEMOCRAT tomorrow
DR HILTS an exposer of spiritualism
delivered a free lecture in the Opera
House last evening on spiritualism jug
gling necromancy etc He will give ex
hibitions at the Odera House this evening
and tomorrow night notice of which is
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given elsewhere in these columns
THE Baptists of this city have arranged
to have their young people meet at the
residence of Mrs Parker West Second
South street tonight to form a Mutual
Improvement Society Perhaps this is
not the only feature of the policy of their
Mormon neighbors which they can safely
copyA
A GLANCE at the advertising columns of
the DEMOCRAT is sufficient to convince
anyone that the enterprising business men
of f Salt Lake
know how to appreciate a
lYJd thing and are confident the DEMO
RAT wilibe indispcnaiblctoevery Utah
7tite 2l1v1bv2uJpatzcs33agobothof 00
ertisers and subscribers is most grat
ifying
OCR City advertisers
have started us
mth a magnificent
patronage Their
generosity ought to be met at least with
fhcc on our Part j but much of our type
s not yet arrived and we have suffered
from many unexpected causes in getting
ready ° business Within
a week we
hope to t
improve the
I appearan of the
whole paper
AN
interesting
murder case will come
up i in the First
District Court at Provo
next Thursda John and Thomas Tid
Well fOr and Joseph Anderson will be tried
the
last murder of Gus Sorenson at Cisco
fall
The prosecution will be a vig
Until one Mr
Hon pi Varian being assisted by
Frank C
Goudy attor
Prosecuting
nev of the o
Sixth
Colorado District
ProT ENNlKas goods are this week in
roces8
South Street of ° ValtoNo 35 W First
and when he gets settled
till l flave
I hats his specialties boots shoes
PUblic caps and clothingready for the
Oii Tho abandoned building will
Placimig disappear f and in its stead and die
tOuth g also the adjacent building on the
front t brick a first class three story double
t t and iron building will be
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OGDENS JUBILEE
Tho Democratic Clubs Grand Demon
stration at the Junction City Wed
nesday Night
The second grand demonstration of the
Democratic Club of Utah will be made in
the Union Opera House in Ogden next
Wednesday evening in honor of the in
auguration of Presidentelect Cleveland
The extensive preparations that are being
made and the interest that is manifested
in the meeting by the citizens of both Salt
Lake and Ogden indicate that it will be
the most important political event that
has ever occurred in the Junction City
The following speakers have been Selected
lected to address the meeting Messrs J
L Rawlins Ben Sheeks and John M
Young of this city and Mr A Bruce
Taylor of Ogden The oratorical talents
of the three firstnamed gentlemen are
already well known in this city and if
they but do justice to themselves on
T evening their speeches will
be well worth a trip to Ogden to hear Mr
Bruce Taylor is a son of President John
Taylor and is the present prosecuting attorney
orney pf Ogden He will make his
debut as a Democratic orator on this oc
casion and his remarks will without
doubt be very interesting
A special train will be run over the D
R G leaving Salt Lake at 5 oclock
and Ogden 11 for the accommodation
of those who wish to attend from this city
The fare for the round trip will be 1 A
majority of the members of the Club and
a great many of its friends have signified
their intention to attend A number of
he ladies too who have enlisted their
political sympathies on the right side are
determined not to be outdone by their
husbands and brothers in party zeal and
will join the Ogden excursion The dele
gation will be accompanied by the Six
teenth Ward Band
Tickets can be purchased at the DEMO
CRT counting rooms D R G city
office Parsons Rayboulds and Pem
brokes book stores or from any member
of the executive committee of the Club
Let every Democrat in Salt Lake and
Ogden make up his mind to attend this
jubilation if ho can possibly do so Surely
he inauguration of a Democratic admin
istration is an occasion worthy of universal
jollification
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An Omission
The local jokes perpetrated by Gros
Tenor and Bunthorne in their Patience
ditties were highly appreciated and
relished by the audience A morning
contemporary that published several of
the verses omitted one to which doubt
less it could see no point but which was i
heartily applauded by the audience Its
grammatical construction may not be alto
gether faultless but there was a lurking
suspicion in the minds of the audience
that it expressed the situation with accu
racy Here it is
The Herald is out of tune
And so is the big Tribune
The Xcics it is hustling
And the Chronicles busting
For the DEMOCRATS coming soon
Heady Fire One Two Three
At the Salt Lake Armory the steady
bang bang bang indicates the interest
taken in the shooting exercises regularly
proceeding during the day and evening
Classes in marksmanship are now being I
organized and there is no better oppor I
tunity than that at present presented
There arc targets of all grades and sizes
some so large that the poorest marksman
can scarcely miss and some so difficult
that our very best marksmen fail to make
more than a moderate record Any man
who can make clean scores on several of
the targets may retjge from the ordinary
affairs of life and revel in wealth by
adopting the profession of shooting Go
and see Mr George A Meears and learn
all details
TIlE solemn stillness of the Sabbath
was rudely broken yesterday afternoon by
the clangor of the fire bells The alarm
proceeded from the house of Mr S J Ad
mire near the Eagle foundry on West I
Temple street aud was caused by de
fective flue An immense crowd o pec
tators congregated on the scene who
upon discovering the insignificance of the
fire gave vent to their disappointment by
jeering the hook and ladder wagon which 1
witn a fat shortlegged pilot dangling to
the rear and a milk wagon for a locomo
tive came dashing up long after the fire
was extinguished and the hose wound up
The Zither Concert
Professor Steinbach the zither artist
a most delightful entertainment last
gave The
week at Calders music parlor
merits of the zither are but little under
stood in America and it is only once in a
great while that an opportunity is offered
to hear it played artistically The success
of the concert has prompted Professor
Steinbach to repeat the entertainment on
March 5th Lovers of music should not
miss such a treat as the Professor offers
I
I Grand Inauguration Ball
At the Walker Opera House Wednesday
March 4th Tickets 150 can be had
from any of the committees Spectators
25c The Opera House Band will be in
attendance James Currie prompter
IF you want a good drink and the best
of liqors go to Business Saloon
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SALT LAKE CITY BREWING COMPANY
M CULLEN H W MORSE
President VicePresident
We are now prepared to receive orders
for our CELEBRATED BUDWEISER LAGER
BEER Special inducements given to pur
chasers of carload lots
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for the
manufacture of beer after the Budweiser
be
process we are in a situation to place
fore the public an article superior to any
hitherto offered in this market
Orders by telephone promptly attended
to JACOB MORITZ Sec Treas
GALL at 55 Main Street and examine
samples of Utah Soap
SHAVING 15c and haircutting 25c at
the Wasatch Barber Shop cor Main and
Second South St in WasatebJBlock i
ANYONE desiring a quick clean shave
or an elegant hair out should call upon
Fowles Hartenstein in the Wasatch
Blockv
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TEN cars of oro and fourteen cars of
bunion were shipped out of Salt Lake last
week
TUEnE will be a meeting of the Patience
tience Opera Company tomorrow even
ing at Calders Hall for members only
TIlE force at the Utah Central general
office has been reduced by the laying off
of two clerks The U P coal depart
ment force has also been reduced
THE Sheridan Company came down
from Ogden over the D R G this
morning and will
open their weeks en
gagement at the Salt Lake Theatre to
night
THE Continental Hotel will not be
opened before April 1st The plumbing
and sanitary improvements similar to
those recently introduced in i the Walker
Souse
BULLION shipments by Wells Fargo
Co from Silver Reef for February ag
gregated 3034550 From the Christy
Mining0o today 1450
THE new Madsen block near the DEM
OCRAT office is one of the most beautiful
and imposing buildings in the city The
masonry work was done by Bonnerud
Fielding and reflects credit on that firm
The Fort Douglas money wagon with
an armed escort drove up in front of the
Deseret bank this morning and 12800 in
specie was transferred from the bank
vaults to Uncle Sams hands and was dis
tributed among the soldiers today
TIlE ALBERT FISIIEK BREWINGC OM
pany comes before the public for patron
age on the same day as the initial ap
pearance of the DEMOCRAT and proposes
to cater to the stomach as we propose to
cater forthe heads of the people With
out stomach the physical man would be
an oddity as without brains he would be
a mental one So that afterall we may
clasp hands as fellowworkers like the
brakesman and conductor of a train each
filling a different sphere but contributing
indirectly to the wants of the human
family
The new brewery which now stands
west of this city is a model of excellence
in all the departments and having at its
head a brewer of extended experience
there can be no doubt that the beer will
meet with the approval of the great army
of beer drinkers
The Salt Lake and Utah people con
sume large quantities of beer indeed it
is said that while the amount produced
hero by the several breweries is very
large the amount imported is still greater
Hovcver that may be it is a certainty
that a very large number of the people
who are acquainted with the talent of
Mr Fisher as a brewer will be pleased to
have the opportunity of wetting their
whistles with some of his popular liquid
The outlay involved in the establish
ment of the business amounts to about
one hundred thousand dollars and the
investors stand ready to place any amount
of means at the disposal of the enterprise
which may appear to he necessary to meet
any emergency The malt kilns are con
sidered the most perfect in the West and
the general facilities are unsurpassed
Being the latest in the field it is the most
perfect in every particular as the movers
of the company have taken advantage of I
all the improvements in every direction
to the end that everything shall be thor
oughly up to date This has been accom
plished and the company is perfectly sat
isfied with the results of its labors and
well it might be for the cellars are filled
with as fine a lot of beer as ever was put
upon any market There are several ages
of the delectable fluid now ready for the
many mouths which are watering at the
thought of the early opportunity to re
ceive the titillations now in store for the
several palates
Our columns are too crowded to admit
of a description of the splendid mechani
cal arrangements of this new enterprise
but at some future time we may give a
more extended notice of the many items
of interest pertaining thereto in the
meantime we feel assured th the new
company will meet with all the success it
deserves and that means a full financial
reward and much popularity
A Serious Blaze
ALBANY March IThe freight depot
of the Albany Susquehalma Railroad
600 feet long well filled with freight was
totally destroyed by fire with fifteen
loaded freight cars About forty other
cars were damaged The West Shore
line owned most of the freight and the
Delaware Hudson Canal Company the
greater part of the cars The loss to each
of these companies is 50000 The Al
bany Analine Chemical Works west
building adjoining the depot was also
almost entirely destroyed East building
not damaged Loss about 125000 in
sured for 85000 It is not known how
the fire originated
The Free Delivery
The neatly uniformed mail carriers
made their first appearance on the streets
today and the free delivery system is
now in operation As they are not re
buired to be on duty after 4 oclock pm
the eastern mail which arrives at 8 will
not be delivered until the following day
Business men therefore who desire their
mail immediately after it arrives will re
tain their postoffice boxes
Sunlight at Night Siemens Startling
Success
That wonderful mellow light which
seems to set the Salt Lake Armory ablaze
every night comes from two Siemens
Regenerative Gas Lamps The hall is
about 23x90 feet and the two lights give
superb illumination of the Billiard
a Tables at the one end and the targets at
the other Some magnificent shooting
under this
has been done in the evenings
light indeed it is so near like daylight in
steadiness and brilliancy that n seems in
experience with it to dispel all
a short Mr Meears will
idea of artificial light
take pleasure in explaining the modus
operandi Call at night
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THE Pioneer Loan and Building Associ
ation will hold its second annual meeting
Thursday 26th inst at 7 30 pm at
on their office two doors south of the Post
office Salt Lake City Members are ex
pected to attend
p I t
Real Estate at the
MONEY to Loan on
Pioner Loan and Building Association
two doors south of postoffice Salt Lake
city
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Paint a Sinner With It
Motts Patent Fire and Waterproof
Paint has shown its capacity to stop any
roofs
tin iron or wooden
kind of leaks on
known
It resists fire better than any
metal covering
GEORGE A MEEARS Agent
Salt Lake Armory
39 E First South St
S N
PERSONAL
DEPUTY MARSHAL VANDEUCOOK who
was sent to Silver Cliff Colo with Sar
gent the defaulter and Judge Waits
returned Saturday evening having
landed his charges at their destination
without encountering any assassins
M H FARNES came down from Logan
yesterday
H Joe BAUJIQARTEN and bride will ar
rive from the East tomorrow
JOHN H BURTON the architect of the
Territorial asylum went to Provo today
VILL SiiARf came up from the U C
coal mines Saturday evening
RECEIVER MCMILLAN of the Utah
Eastern Railway left this morning for a
tour of inspection over his road He will
travel bya private hand car and walk
across the fivemile washout
ALMA WINK the official reporter of the
First District spent his Sabbath in the
metropolis and returned to Provo this
morning
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Dr J E Hilts
Will give his first entertainment at the
Opera House tonight He will produce
all manifestations produced by any
medium in the land and show that spirits
have nothing to do with them Go and
see him
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Utah Democratic Club
A special meeting will be held at Fede
ral Court room at 730 tonight Lets all
beon hand
1873 HOTEL NOTICE 18S5
To the Front Again
I hereby announce to the traveling pub
lic to my old friends and patrons that I
am again in the field bidding for your pat
ronage On the site of the building on
the corner directly opposite the Utah
Central depot occupied by myself the
past twelve yearslately destroyed by
tire has arisen from the ruins a fine fire
proof three story brick building complete
in all its appointments as a hotel furn
ished with an eye to comfort and neat
ness comparing favorably with any house
in the city The dining department will
be conducted as a restaurant My old
scale of popular irices will still be ad
hered to 100 150 and 200 per day
meals 25 cents A home for the stran
ger rest for the weary and a first class
meal for the hungry The appointments
and stock of my sample room are such
that ye will never have cause to regret
visiting
No 377 W South Temple Street oppo
site U C depot
B F WiirrrEMORE
SALT LAKE March 1st 1885
Sa1lieO dear I have such a dread
ful headache today
ClaraDo you often have headache
S 0 yes almost continuous and my
eyes are getting so weak You know I
have catarrh so bad and I think it is go
ing to my lungs my throat is so sore
UWhy dont you doctor and get
cured
SDoctor for it Why I doctor for it
all the time I have taken the remedies
and medicines of three or four doctors
but they have done me no good and I
have tried patent remedies witlHhe same
effect I have despaired of ever getting
cured
CDont give up in despair I had
catarrh once as bad as you have it I
went to several doctors who did me no
good and they all pronounced me incur
able and one said catarrh could not be
cured
SY did How did you get cured
Did it get well of itself
OKo indeed I I pickedup a paper
one day and in it I saw that a Dr Big
gins advertised to cure catarrh Of course
I did not believe it but thought it would
do no harm to call and see him which I
accordingly did I took his treatment and
the consequence was I was entirely
cured
SOh Do give me his address and
I will call and see him or write to him
and perhaps he can cure me
CI am sure he can His address
is DR C W HIGGINS No 272 Main
street Salt Lake City ITHh
Protect Your Family
It is the duty of every man rich or
poor who has created a home to make
some provisions agatnst the inevitable
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tained by procuring policy in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
Hyains Agent 55 Main street Hooper
Eldridge Block Salt Lake City t
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A GREAT ILLUMINATOR
Ruby Electric Oil
This new oil is the finest illuminating
oil in the Territory It takes like a charm
and sells on sight It is a beautiful ruby
color showing like bright wine in the
lamp bowl It gives the most powerful
light known and burns freely to the last
drop It is high fire test and perfectly
safe Particularly suited for the new
Electric and Jumbo Lamps
Imported exclusively by
G F CULMER BROS
Salt Lake City Utah
FOR SALE
A man that understands the restaurant
business and catering for parties and
lodge suppers A well established busi
ness for sale Has a fine run of business
Can be bought cheap No such chance
ever offered in Salt Lake City
Enquire of
H 0 STEARNS
Eo 120 Main Street
PEMBROKE
Efi 72 Main Street el
Has a full stock of
STATIONERY BOOKS
DRAUGHTSMANS1 SUPPLIES
FANCY GOODS TOYS
News matter Magazines and
vrill guarantee satisfaction
Orders for looks Solicited
Blank Books to Order
PRINTERS INK AND SUPPLIES
RR Exchange Hotel
OPPOSITE U C DEPOT
SALT LAKE OITY UTAH
B F Whittemore Prop
FirstClass Board and Room Accom
modations
Bonrd and Room 1 150 k 2 per Day
Restaurant open at all hours
EAxS 26 oerqrrs
THE BAR IS STOCKED WITH FIRSTCLASS GOODS
Ira iIccIIT y Tra
The renowned and Energetic
SPEOZALZST
01 Salt Lake City removed February 1st from
Union Block into his new and elegant
Medical and Surgical
INSTITUTE
Occupying the whole of the block over four
stores one door west of the Daily Herald
Building Northwest Cor of West
Temple and First South Sts
T1 JL has leased the Block for
D 1 F t OOTi five years and has eight
o i pieaLt
very large and pleasant
rooms thoroughly renovated painted and ele
gantly and bpecially furnished for operating
rooms reception rooms consulting offices etc
which are positively the most elecant phy
sicians apartments west of Buffalo N Y
The Doctor yith several consulting phy
sicians and surgeons at his command under
large salary and heavy expenses is ready to
Answer Calls Day or Night
In any part of the whole west
FBEE XrECTUBES
FREE GYMNASIUM to Lady and Gentlemen
patients with appropriate exercises
for both
Dr Foot with is his prepared several Specialists to give
the most skillful treat
ment known to the world for all diseases and
deformities known to men women and child
ren All invalids should avail themselves of
this new and much needed Medical and Sur
gical Institute
DR FOOT JR and Assistants will tell you
as near the truth as possible and he is deter
mined that this Institute shall be above re
proach in all respects and become the Most
Renowned in America for its skill and re
liability
Suitable Board at this Institute or any part of
the city from 5 to 12 per week
Invalids Should Send
SIX CENTS in postage stamps for List
of Questions Circulars
Testimonials
CfI1 L Letters answered in all languages
Medicines sent EVERYWHERE
Call at the Institute
Consultation Free
Everyone Welcome and Satisfaction Posi
tively Guaranteed
HOME TESTIMONIALS
We seldom publish names of patients and
NEVEU WITHOUT PERMISSION However we Will
give hundreds of references at our Institute
I the undersigned am 56 years of age and I
came to Utah twenty years n oh and the hard
ships soon broke me down I have tried your
most celebrated surgeons and physicians some
of whom desired to operate on my womb but I
preferred a natural death to so much suffering
and probable death after all In fact none of
them seemed to understand my case and after
doctoring for many years I kept getting worse
and when I employed Dr Foot Jr I wM a com
plete wreck and almost dead My troubles
were of so long standing that I was afraid that
even Dr Foot Jr could not cure me Although
he would not promise positively to cure me
still he stated that he would try hard to cure
me and thought that my chances were better
under a specialists care than all of the family
physicians in the west So I thought mysel
My disease was the same as thousands of other
women and I am not a woman to give up easy
You can depend on the statement that not one
woman in a thousand could have lived through
what I have and now in only about two months
treatment I can truthfully say that I feel and
look like a new woman and believe myself
practically cured and I have got my moneys
worth for certain which no other doctor gave
me before Now you sick and half dead ones
dont delay in employing Dr Foot Jr I am
having my daughters treated and sending < < all
my personal friends and you can depend on
just what the Doctor says He wont lie for a
little money he dont have to He has all
the patient he and his doctors can wait on
and he treats the poor iust as well as the rich
and he has my good wishes and God bless him
MRS HENRY BOOTH
STOCKTON Tooele County Utah
This is to certify that while mining I had a
piece of slog driven in my eyeball just over
the sight and that it was very painful and ter
ribly inflamed and was discharging a great
amount of matter before Dr Foot took my case
The Doctor removed the ore from my eye with
out destroying the sight and in just six days
my sight is fully restored the enlarged lids en
tirely reduced and all inflammation cured The
Doctor has made a wonderful and quick cure
I never have seen or heard of such a complete
cure in so short a time I expected he would
take three to six months to cure and it has been
worth twenty times as much as he charged I
have seen many of his patients and they are all
as well satisfied as I am i taKe great pleasure
in recommending all invalids to treat with Dr
Foot as I consider him and his assisting physi
cians the most skilled that ever came to this
country H W WINCHESTER
Of Salt Lake City now of Murray Utah
This is to certify that my wife was in a
wretched < < condition troubled with Dyspepsia
Liver Complaint Nervous and General Debility
Heart troubles Female Weakness etc very
Weak Back Headache etc She was in a terri
ble condition and had given up being cured
aud would not have doctors any more if Dr
Foot Jr had not come to Salt Lake He being
a specialist I had new hopes and more faith
and when he looked at my wife and told her
just her condition it gave me renewed hopes
and the Dector said he wan very certain that he
could greatly benefit her if not cure her and
as the Doctor talked good sense and seemed
skillful and honest I paid him all in advance
telling him that now he would not have to
worry about his pay and for him to do his best
Now after a few weeks treatment I must tell
my friends and the public that I never saw or
heard of such a wonderful improvement
Everything the Doctor predicted has come true
and she has gained in every respect as much
and more than he promised Friends there is
no mistake about it Dr Foot Jr is just the
physician we have needed for many years in
Utah Take my advice and give him your case
for treatment The Doctor will tell you as near
the truth as possible is my firm belief
J E TERRY
DEAPERVILLE Utah
Truthful extracts from letters of patients
never seen and all treating by letter from all
partsAnd toclose let me say that I will never em
ploy another physician If I can help it If you
ever come this way call and see the family you
have made happy
MRS H W REYNOLDS
Lockport N Y
Medicine all used up and patient feeling
better and practically cured Does he need I
mire medicine J S BARRETT
Montpelier Idaho
I am still Improving the sore is all healed
over have nlood medicine enough to last a few
days retOI W S SPAULDINO
Helena Montana
I am pleased to say that I am doing well and
feel that your remedies will effect a permanent
A R Elko Nevada
care
rI My medicines Nos4to6 are aU taken If
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you make a new man of me Doctor I hope God
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Chicago Milwaukee
AND
St Paul
RAILWAY COMPANY
The Last Guilt Best Equipped
AND
SHORTEST LINE
BETWEEN
COUNCiL B l U F F s
AND
CHiCAGO I
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
A FISHER BREWING COMFY
Brewery near U C R R and D A R G Depois
Salt Lake City Utah
We are now Prepared to Supply the
PUBLIC with
KEG AND BOTTLED BEER
Of a SUPERIOR QUALITY
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P 0 Box 1M7 telephone 234
A FISHER BREWING COMPANY
WHITE HOUSE
A Podlech Co Proprietors
MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
RATES 200 PER DAY
Special Rates by the week
THE BAR IS REMOVED ONE DOOR SOUTH
and is kept first class in every respect
Three Billiard Tables for the accommodation
of guests
A hot lunch will be served daily from 7 to
12 p m
Established 1889
KAHN BROS
The well known and RELIABLE
Wholesale S Retail
Grocers
Country Dealers will find It tothcir ADVAN
TAGE to send their orders to the above firm
In the
theBe1a11 Dopartnoc1
The FRESHEST and BEST Goods are kept In
Stock
KAHN BROS
Salt Lake City Utah
CALIFORNIA WINE CO
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Whiskies Wines and Cigars
OPPOSITETTHE WALKER nQUIiI
Salt Lake Citr
L WOOLF Acentr
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M B SOWLES H If XILLlIlt
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SOWLES MILLER i
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general Dealer ia ti
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SEWING
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Orders by Mail will Receive Prompt
Attention
NEEDLES PARTS AND EXTRAS ALWAYS
i ON HAND
I gg W First South St Salt Lake City I
New JEWELRY Store f
148 Main Street t
Entire Now Stock f
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GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES CHAIAS
RINGS LACE PINS
Marble Bronze Ebony and Walnut Cloeli
Solid Silver and Plaltd Ware
Remember all my goods are new and of the
Latest Styles
Jewelry manufactured to older at gfcort no
tice
Please call and examine my stock and prices
L HOLLANDER
The Old Reliable
California Brewery
Is again this year 1885 jroduciny the
Finest Lager Beer
IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Bottled Beer a Specialty S
Try It and be convinced
OFFICE
17 and 19 E Second Southat
Salt lake City
HEVRY WAGENER Proprietor
BONNERUD FIELDING
Contractors Builders
PRESSED BRICK FRONTS A SPECIALTY
Salt Lake City Utah
A H KELLEY fe BRO
MANUFACTURING Stationers I
BLANK BOOKS
BOOKBINDING PAPER RUZING
Main Street tint door north of Jonei Jll
up stairs Salt Lake City Utah
Salt Lake City
Soda WaterWorks
HENRYDENHALTER SOX
Proprietors
Salt Lake City Utah
Manufacturers of Soda Water Sarsaparilla
Champagne Cider Ginger Ale Seltrsr VUr
AppoUnaris Water Vinegar lie
F E SGHOPPE
Wholesale and Retail Dealer 1
Stoves
Cast and Wrought Iron HJLHGXB
TI3ST
Copper and SheetIron Work
253 S Main St Salt Lake City
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ASSAYER
1 QO SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LjDt 4
Itt City Personal attention glroa to all
budnulJ
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ssrE1 e
161 MAIN STREET
Salt Lake City Utah
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
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19a Ua 1iiJt t
You can find the largeit assortment rt
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES
Jewelry of all Ends r < J
And everything needed In that lIne it
U VERY LOWEST PRiCIM
SI J JONASSON
Attorney CounseloratLaw
OFFICE 173 East Second South Street below
the Thirteenth Ward Schoolhouse and opposite
the Presbyterian Church
POB 2SJ i27 J U
Eli EB KOIPJ
Real Estate Money Loaning f
Htusoanting and Collecting Ia
Will Search euMd for Inteitigatio of Tilln I
ll llie Make out Deeds Bond Jlortgsgn
Will Agreement Etc Eto 99
Short Nclies
OFFICE No 23 25 FIRST SOUTH ST IJ
SALT LAD CITY UTAH
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We have removed to No 44 8 Mila Btreet
opposite Hooper < l Xldredgo Block where TO
shall be ever happy to have you call and IM M
BARTON CO
Whc1Nllud 111 JM1ta 11
5f < m Youth Boys A ChUnH
CLOTHING
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