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MARCH 5 1885
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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
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t5 ed in New Yorkto Wells >
SILVEFlt 1 l t < 10GK and in London
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BmRIDS will repeat Louis XI at the
Itottr tomorrow evening by special I
request
QCAKTEKMASTER IXGALS Came down
from Ogden this morning
lira report of the Ogden meeting has
TfJi J oat other important matter from
i I
tLys issue I I
THE mail carrier who traverses the I I
itjiesfoition of the city delivers about
jJ iLiters dtily
IT b i the old trouble with our neighbor
u tie S sit is not so much against the
U as the enforcement of it
THE inauguration ball at the Opera
House last evening was not very well at
UleJ but was thoroughly enjoyed by
present
MiLiuDYN will appear at the Theatre
evening m his great impersonation of
King Lear with Miss Davenport as
Cordelia
PARSONS l Co are our agents at Og
deaorder through that enterprising
firm The DEMOCRAT is also on sale at
Frovov ith Pelt Bros
IT is seldom the public has an oppor
tuniU t > indulge in such a rare musical
tout as will bi given by Prof Steinbach
at Caldors Hall this evening
MR PICKMA is doing more hard work
than any otiitr attorney in the city just at
pre ent his two assistants being absent
in the list and Second districts
rite civil calendar was called in the
Di5fiict ourt r this morning and fiftyfour
cases set lor trial but lack of space pre
vents a publication of the calendar fa
ir
UsEr STREET sends us a long list of
nlscribers t our daily from Park City
r of i the staunchest Democrats in
LLli live at Park City men who stand
tar colors without flinching and sus
tain theo principles with their means and
day mmiflue ace
TIE members of Company E Sixth
IrLtn have been making elaborate
I > dticns for a grand ball and supper
b h vtn in the companys quarters
41 i sKam The regimental band will
irL mlie music and a grand time is
ltwated
FAT statesmen sometimes take a
hlitv tumlik down fames slippery lad
der An ivliesident of the United
Mtcs va dee elected to the office of
road oorbcir and Park City now has
barber who has served two terms in the
WYlming legislature
THE White Canyon ore brought up by
Mr Goss < vas asacd yesterday and gave
a u turn of four ounces in silver and no
gold This Cities the White Canyon
1oom at least until more discoveries are
mad Colonel Page returned last even
ing bringing about fifteen pounds of ore
A FACT I > t generally known by the
public is that the Fort Douglas band un
df the Erection of Prof
Kinne
Prof gives a
ronccrt mile creation Hall at the post
even Sunday afternoon The band has
now attained a degree of excellence
itier before acquired that
4 acquied by organiza
I a The public is invited to the Sun
s afternoon concerts I
District Court Proceedings
YESTERDAY AFTERXOOX
Eli The jury m j the case of the People vs
El L axton rPtUrncd a verdict of not
lUuity and were discharged
In the c 0 of
fall C the People vs Win C
Hal recenty found guilty of assault and
fltewed
slntenred to pay a fine of 25 and 100
that COot8 ortion JUdge I01ax moved to strike out
the f the judgment imposing
tzCeptj payment oi costs Moti0n denied
EIClpti n
nTIS
Tills MORNINGS SESSION
1 T
Wq aliiijttcd a native of England
adnlittet t
The citizenship
c of F O Webb
vs Chas H
few
Wa ti smissed
In
the
IPtrhul thl case of II P Kimbal vs L R
3rr
Phiwbe
Kimball H P
hbahl Kimbal
Iitbal and
Frank W Jennings were
ubttutd for plaihitiff
J plaintf
A Hill
pleaded Hi Was arraigned for battery and
of gity Sentenced to pay a fine
f2 and
coSts
has Kdson
fldg c Speirs recently bound over by
itt 8aloon for the Ailing of Gardner at
Was
arraigned for
aghtcr man
and
II pleaded notgliy
I Gra1u1
In and
battefY others indicted for
and jth rcy their plea of iioL guilty
catered
1 ° a Plea of guilty Sentence
guity
PHdd
tlPnded dUn ood behw9r
r
DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE
Ably Expounded by the Members of
the Democratic Cub iu Ogden
Last Night
It was anticipated that the Ogden jubi
lation last evening would be a striking
success but nothing like the magnificent
demonstration that caused the Junction
City to go wild with enthusiasm was I
dreamed of I
I had not been expected that more
than two carloads of Democrats would at
tend from this city and but two cars were
therefore attached to the D R G train
These coaches as Avell as those of the
regular train were filled and crammed
in a twinkling and half of the crowd left
standing on the platform Two more
coaches were then added to the train
making nine cars in all which were all
heavily loaded It was then found that a
single engine would be insufficient to pull
through on time and Engineer Ryan
who with his little giant of iron and steel
had already sped past 190 mile posts that
day was called on to make n double
header I was 525 when the
MAGNIFICENT TRAIN
Pulled out of this city and in just one
hour and five minutes it steamed into
Ogden although Engineer Ryan declared
his belief that the people on that
train were heavier than ordinary persons
which may have been the case as they
were all Democrats but their hearts were
light with joy The number that went
from this city is estimated from 300
to 400
Upon arriving at the Ogden depot a
PROCESSION WAS FORMED
Headed by the Sixteenth Ward band and
the National colors the latter being under
charge of Ensign Sullivan Messrs John
11 Young and John I Burton acted as
marshals The procession made quite an
imposing appearance but the band boys
were too ravenously hungry to march
with much precision and rattled off to
wards the hotel at a very undignified
pace A majority of the excursionists
took supper at the Junction City Hotel
but many went to the Broom
Long before the time arrived for the
meeting the Union Opera House was
CROWDED AND OVERFLOWING
and it became apparent that it would not
hold more than onethird of those who
desired to hear the speeches I seemed
as i almost the entire population of Og
den had emptied itself into the streets
and every one was half wild over the con
templated meeting ItSvas the first po
litical meeting ever held in that city and
the novelty of the thing had aroused the
interest of the public
I was decided about 8 oclock to hold
the meetingin the street in front of the
Dooly Block Mr Simon Bamberger an
nounced this to the audience who
headed by the band repaired to the place
designated Some of the speakers how
ever protested their inability to speak in
the open air and the band was marched
back to the Opera House again I was
about 830 when the meeting commen ed
and every seat was occupied and every
inch of standing room including the hall
and stairway was occupied Fully 1000
people were crowded within reach of the
speakers voices
Mr Simon Bamberger called the meet
ing to order and nominated Prof Kings
bury as chairman and Mr Kingsbury
was unanimously elected After thank
ing the audience for the honor the chair
man introduced as the first speaker
JOHN jr YOUNG
Who stated that it gave him pleasure to
appear before the citizens of Ogden as a
representative of the Young Democracy
of Utah
We meet tonight to celebrate an
event that has not been cele
hinted for twentyeight years When
the last Democratic President took
his seat it was in the midst of stormy
times and few Presidents since James
Buchanans administration have been
surrounded bv the difficulties that beset
him The last Democratic President la
bored under great difficulties but I opine
that President Cleveland will have still
greater difficulties to contend with than
ever Buchanan had
The speaker reviewed the many com
plicated and intricate questions that were
presented to Buchanan theUtah Rebel
lion being alluded to as one of the incidents
dents of his administration Mr Young
continued
After twentyfour years of patient
watching we find the Democratic star
again in the ascendency and we have
every reason to anticipate a glorious rule
for the next four years and perhaps for
years t come Applause I an
ticipate that under the present
administration a wave of prosperity will
and in
sweep over every State Territory
the Union and this wave will give t
Utah
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Freedom of thought and a respect for
the laws she has not had in the past
Applause and cheers As citizens of
the United States it is our duty to obey
the laws no matter how unjust we be
lieve them to be I IS our duty a citi
zens if we love those who fought aud
died to establish and preserve this gov
ernment to maintain and obey the laws
until we can secure their abrogation or
repeal Applause
I suppose every one in this audience
understands the object of the Democratic
club of Utah We as members of that
club feel proud that we are members I
has been alleged that we are a set of mal
o contents and soreheads but all that we
I ask is that every man cast his ballot as he
sees fit and exercises his own judgment
I
instead of relying upon the judgment of I
I some other man It is necessary for us in
Utah to take an interest in these matters
I will not do for us t stay at home and
allow others to attend to these things
We ask t be allowed to hold our
own caucuses and primaries and arrange
our own tickets this is 1 We ask I we
prefer a man for a public office we do
not want it given to him as a privilege
but as a reward of merit not because he
is some mans son not because some
man says so but because we the citizens
of Utah Territory ask i Applause and
cheers
After the band had played an appro
priate air
HON BEN SHEEKS
was introduced Mr She kE said
I trust you are all Democrats here to
night and if you are you all feel happy
over the occurrence that took place in
Washington today Whenever there has
been a government in which the people
were interested there have been political
parties and the people have always been
divided as to who the rulers should be
but the most important question is and
always has been how much power should I
>
be givento those rulers f In this country
there have been many paries county
nave been organized existed for a while
and passed away The Democratic
party was founded by Jefferson about the
beginning of the present centurv on the
principle that the individual bas the
right and the power to govern himself and
himsel
it is his duty to do so and it has been
this principle that has enabled the Dem
ocratic party to survive so many success
ive defeats The Democratic
Democrtic be
patty e
paty
lieve that where the people are there
exists the foundation of government
The vast area of territory embraced by
the Louisiana purchase and Mex
ican treaty would never have
been acquired had it not
been for the theory of local self gov
sel
ernment Nobody would have thought
it possible to govern so much territory if
the rest of the government remained at
Washington
There has never been an organization
of the Democratic party in Utah I do
not forget that there is an organization
known as the
DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE
but what have the gentlemen of this
committee done They seem to think
it part of their business to
promulgate platforms but the
Democratic party believes that is the
business of the people Another thin
they undertake to do is to judge who
shall and who shall not be Democrats
The theory of Die Democratic party is
that this should be left to the individuals
themselves and they do not accord to
any set of men the right to say who shall
and who shall not be Democrats
I have not forgotten that there exists
in this Territory what is called the
PEOPLES PARTY
This party has never taught the princi
prnc
ples of selfgovernmnent but has always
advocated local government You
have had localgovernment here
in Utah but never since I
can remember have you had self
government Applause The principle
of local self governnu ut is just as much
violated by a submit 11 of the govern
ment to one man or ten men as i the seat
of government were 10000 miles away
Therefore I say you have had local gov
ernment in Utah but you have not had
selfgovernment What we want you to
do and what you ought to do is to see
that you have selfgovernment That
you do not submit it to anyone else to
say how you shall be governed
After dwelling on the Liberal party at
some length Mr Sheeks continued
Do we need change in Utah Are
condition our social and political affairs in good
A VoiceNot very
Mr Sheeks I am told that i a
stranger appears in any of the outlying
settlements if he is only a peddler you
will immediately see runners going in
every direction and everywhere toO tell
some one that some one has come to
town Laughter I am also told that
at a certain school further south than
this city guards are kept on the watch
and the scholars when a stranger ap
pears on the scene immediately notify i
the principal Do you wish your children
reared as cowards and sneaks afraid to
stand face to face with any stranger It
is your duty to see that they are not
brought up to bear the same yoke of op
pression that is now being borne l Con
tinued applause
The question of polygamy has ceased
to be if it ever was a religious question I
and has become a political question and
a serious one to this Territory and I pro I
pose to speak of it a few minutes as
such The people are told that the Al j
mighty commands it and it is their duty ito i i
to obey 1 presume the leaders of the
Peoples Party do not expect to stand
higher before the Infinite than the apos
tles of our Savior and yet he did not tell
them it was necessary to have more wives
than one But they do not all say it is
necessary to obey this command
The head of the church does
not say so He has set himself up as an
example by a compliance with the laws
according to his own words The speaker
here read an extract from one of Taylors
sermons published in the Dcscret News
The editors of this paper some times say
that this law must be obeyed that you
cannot gain exaltation or whatever it may
be without it but Presidcdt Taylor does
not say so What is a more funda
mental principle of government than
obedience to the law and President
Taylor also tells you that whenever you I
tamper with the fundamental principles
of government you become a bad citizen I
that you ought not to do it Applause
I A BRUCE TAYLOR
was the next speaker He was embar
rassed by interruptions from the audience
at the outset which caused him to say he
would commence with a subject he had
intended to bring in last and therefore I
commence where Mr Sheeks left oft In I
regard to polygamy he believed for years i
it unconstitu
that the law against was
tional but when the decision of the I
Supreme Court was rendered he accepted
it The constitution of the United States I
itself could not declare that unconstitu I
tional which its own referee had decided I
was constitutional
Mr Taylor alluded in the most scath
ing terms to those who while professing
to obey the law of God when
brought to trial had not the manliness
to acknowledge it and were unwilling to
take the national consequences The
speaker thought that such men would be
and should be damned He did not think
that any Mormon could claim much
credit or honor for himself for taking
such a course
r Taylor then said he would com
mence where he had originally intend
ed to
toThis is an occasion in which we can
all rejoice The bitterness of old sec
tional questions has been done away with
and the old bloody shirt that used to be
flaunted to every breeze
A vojceGive us something new
Mr TaylorI have given you some
thing new already Laughter I think
that a Democratic rule will bring the
greatest good t the greatest number
j LRAWLINS
b
for
Whose speeches are always looked
with interest but which must be heard
appreciated was the next
to be fully
fuly Owing to the lateness of the
would detain
hour Mr Rawlins stated he
the audience but a short time He said
More than eighteen centuries ago the
question was asked What shall we do to
be saved I to dty the question is I
asked What shall we do to be saved
politically I reply become Democrats
poltcalyI
Applause The Athenians were typical
Democrats They ruled their CIt as they
ruled themselves and thus every citizen
bccame a statesman The Democratic
Club says to the people ot Utah and says I
to all mankind that the affairs of govern
ment can safely be entrusted to an mtel
li < ent and a free people That for good
government we need but a race of Demo
crats Applause and cries of Hear
Hear The Democratic Club proposes
for itself to foster this species of home
productonthe itel production and cultiva
tion of Democrats Applause <
The meeting then adjourned wIth
three rousing cheers for President Cleve
land The majority of the audience was
composed of young men just that class
of hearers that the Club desired to he
present and it is i safe to say if they meditate
what heard last yQnin the
tate on they evening i
c
meeting will be productive much good
The return trip of the Salt Lake deVa
tion was made without incident and the
tram arrived in this city about midnight
NOTES
SHERIFF GROESBECK was one of the few
immortal individuals that successfully
run the gauntlet of the
second
coach
gauntet secnd on
the return trip
SOME speculation has been indulged in
as to the whereabouts of the Tribune re
porter last evening He states in his re
port that not one of the speakers alluded
t President Cleveland and from
this and the generally inaccurate
nature of his
report the con
clusion has been arrived at that he either
remained in Salt Lake or was in a most
oblivious state of inebriation
BOLIVAR ROBDRTS was an amused spec
tator to a little private seance and mus
ical soriee in the second coach during the
ride home
MESSRS DOOLY and others deserve
thanks for their courtesy in extending the
use of the balcony of their fine building
to the speakers
OWING to a misunderstanding as to the
time the train would leave or some
other cause or combination of causes
peculiar to Ogden several members of
the excursion were left by the return
train but were gathered up and brought
down on an extra at about 130
DURING a brief stoppage on the return
trip Mr C R Barrett delivered a brief
but very beautiful eulogy on Robert
Emmet yesterday being the anniversary
of the Irish patriots birth
Ox February 28th ult James II Pati
son ayoung man about 22 years of age
well and favorably known in Sanpete
County accidentally broke his neck while
out hunting stock He left his home at
Manti in the morning in his usual good
health and had gonesome distance when
he happened to see a rabbit and gave
chase By some mischance his horse
which is ordinarily a surefooted animal
stumbled and fell on the rider in such a
manner that the unfortunate young mans
neck was broken and his death almost in
stantaneous The deceased is a son of
Henry Patison of Manti and his sudden
death in the prime of early manhood will
prme eary i
be a source of much sorrow to his rela
tives and many friends Provo Enquirer
Go to the Kensington Art School
No 16 South Main Street for Latest De
signs in Stamping Newest Materials for
Embroidery etc
FOR the Best 25 cent Meal go to Mer
chants Lunch F II GRICE Prop
FROM Dwyers areSomething to Read
25 cents Pleisant Hours 15 cents
Life of Cleveland 20 cents engraved
portraits of the President and vicePresi
dent 25 cents each and a fine map of the
seat of war in Africa oO cents
The Zither Concert
Professor Steinbach the zither artist
gave a most delightful entertainment last
week at Calders music parlor The
merits of the zither are but little under
stood in America and it isonly once In a I
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 I
March 5th Lovers of music should not I
miss such a treat as the Professor offers
t
1873 HOTEL NOTICE 1885
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 depotoccupied by myself the
past twelve yearslately destroyed by
fire has arisen from the ruins a line 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 prices will still be ad
hered to 100tl50 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 WlHTTEMORE
SALT LAKE March 1st 1885
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
120 Main Street
J DAVIES
C > I EiJ A 2 Za O I 100
241 Opposite Walker House
Suits Made to Order Fit Guaranteed at 25
per cent Cheaper than any house in the west
Agent for Wanamker Brown
SCHOOL OF SINGING
inFlra 8 B a YOUNC
AND
Madame Mazzucato Young
LESSONS BY THSB T3EKMC
OF
TWELvE WEEKS
On Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays a a
Saturdays at Calders Jfnslc Palace
1 r 4i Firt S Street
A BIGHEARTED MINER
Comes to the Relitof the Alta Suf
ferers
Samuel McQuaid of Ketchum Idaho
known among miners as Jersey is a
typical miner Although reckless ha
provident and somewhat dissipated he
has a heart as large as the universe He
is one of those wholesouled fellows who I
will give up their last cent when the cry
of distress is raised The following letter
received by Mr H C Wallace this morn i
ing was accompanied by a crisp dollar i
note in all probability the only dollar
that Jersey possessed in thc world
KETCIIUM IDAHO Feb 21 1885 I
MR WALLACE Dear Si1I see you
are again in distress but you and some
more of my old friends are all safe I
have a dollar to spare and to you i goes
enclosed in this note to help out any one
in the town of Old Alta
Yours respectfully
respectuly
SAML McQuuD
PARLEY PRATT who was arrested for
polygamy the other day notified Com
missioner McKay yesterday that he
desired to waive examination and would
appear this morning and furnish bonds
for his appearance before the grand jury
His attorney called on Commissioner
McKay this morning stated that his
client had been unable to procure bonds
men and the matter was allowed to go
over until the afternoon
Go to 58 Main Street for your Materials
and Lessons in Art Work
LoxoCo
FOR Finest Plastering and Ornamental
Work call on JAMES WYATT
IF you want choice groceries go to G
F Potter corner State Road and Third
South
Protect Your Family
It is the duty of every man rich or
poor who has created a home to make
some provisions against the inevitable
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tained by procuring a policy in the Mutual I
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the I
world Hates etc furnished by Louis
Hyams Agent 55 Main street Hooper
Eldridge Block Salt Lake City
+ I
IF you want a good drink and the best
of liqors go to Business Saloon
+
SALT LAKE CITY BUKWIXG COMPANY
M CULLEN II W MORSE
President Vice Presiden t
We are now prepared to receive orders
for our CELEBRATED BUDWEISER LAGER
BEER Special inducements given to pur
chasers 01 carload lots
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for the
manufacture of beer after the Budweiser
process we are in a situation to place be
fore the public an article superior to any
hitherto offered in this market
Orders by telephone promptly attended
to JACOB MORITZ Sec Treas
CALL at 55 Main Street and examine
samples of Utah Soap
Sn VING 15c and haircutting 25c at
the Wasatch Barber Shop cor Main and
Second South St in Wasatch Block
e
ANYONE desiring a quick clean shave
or an elegant hair cut should call upon
Fowles Hartenstein in the Wasatch
Block
II
Sunlight at Night Siemens Startling
Success I
That wonderful mellow light which i
seems to set the Salt Lake Armory ablaze j
every night comes from two Siemens I j
degenerative Gas Lamps The hall is
about 23x90 feet and the two lights give I
a superb illumination of the Billiard I
Tables at the one end and the targets at I
the other Some magnificent shooting I
has been done in the evenings under this
light indeed it is so near like daylight in
steadiness and brilliancy that rj seems in
a short experience with it to dispel all
idea of artificial light Mr Meears will
take pleasure in explaining the modus
operandi Call at night
S W Dance Co
Insurance and Land Office Agents have
removed during the tearing down and
rebuilding of Swaner Cos premises
to a room over II Pembrokes station i
ery store Will be back about April 1st i
Stationers Booksellers
Order your Goods of us by Mail or Telephone I
or call at our store by the Postoflice
on Main Street
SCHOOL BOOKS
NEWSPAPERS
MAGAZINES
ARTISTS SUPPLIES
OF EVERY KIND
iXfF Subscriptions taken for anj Periodical j
in the World
C H Parsons Co I
PEMBROKE
m 72 Main Street i
Has a full stock of
STATIONERY BOOKS
DRAUGHTSMANS SUPPLIES
FANCY GOODS TOYS
News matter Magazines and
will guarantee satisfaction
Orders for BooLs Solicited
Blank Books to Order
PRINTERS INK AND SUPPLIES
WHITE HOUSE
A Podlech Co Proprietors
11 STREET SALT LAKE CITY
RATES 200 PER DAY
Special Rates by the week
THE BAR IS REMOVED ONE DOOR SOUTH
and is kept firt class in every respect
Three Billiard Tables for tho accommodation
of guests
A hot lunch will be served daily from 7 to
12 p m
P D SPRAGUE
Passenger and Baggage Transfer
To and from all Trains to any Hotel or
Private Residence in the City
Orders received at White House through tele
phone No 152 or left on slate
AiL OEBEBS GIVKN FKOMFT ATTESTIOX
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Thy EDcI 7 Jr
The renowned and Energetic
SPECIALIST
Of Salt Lake City removed February 1st from
Union Block into his new and elegant
Medical and Surgical
INSTITUTE
I 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 Sti
r TI j has leased the Block for
J1Ie F 0013 five > carS and has eight
very large and pleasant
rooms thoroughly renovated painted and ele
gantly and specially furnished for operating
rooms reception rooms consulting offices etc
which are positively the most decant phy
sicians apartments west of Buffalo N Y
The Doctor with several consulting phy
I 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
FEEE LECTUBES
FREE GYMNASIUM to Lady and Gentlemen
patients with appropriate exercises
for both
with his several Special
D I IFoot ists is prepared to give
the most skillful treat I
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
DK 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 thc 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
I
1 SIX CENTS in postage stamps for List
I of Question Circulars
Testimonials
rz Letters answered in all languages
Medicines sent EVERYWHERE
Call at the Institute
Consultation Frees
Everyone Welcome and Satisfaction Posi
tively Guaranteed
HOME TESTIMONIALS
We seldom publish names of patient and
NEVEIt WITHOUT PERMISSION however we will
give hundreds of references at our Institute
I the undersigned am 5G years of ape and I
came to Utah twenty years ago and the hard
ships soon broke me down I have tried your
moat 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 Retting worse
and when I employed Dr Foot Jr I was 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 myself
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 mid 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 lie wont lie for a
little money he dont have to He has all
the patients he and his doctors can wait on
and He treats the poor just as well as the rich
and he has my good wishes and God bless him
MRS HENRY BOOTH
STOCKTOX Tooelc County Utah
This il to certify that while mining I had a
piece of slag driven in my eyeball just over
time sight and that it was very painful and ter
rilfly 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 trouble Female Weakness etc very
Weak Lack Headache etc She was in a terri
ble condition and had given up being cured
and would not have doctors any more if Dr
Foot Jr had not come to Salt Lake He being
a specialist I had new hope > and more faith
and when he looked at my wife and ha her
just her condition it gave me renewed hopes
and the Deetor said he was 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 trnp
and she has gained in every respectas mu h
and more than he promised Friends there is
no mistake about it Dr Foot Jr is just the
physician we have needed formany 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
DRAPERVILLE Utah
Truthful extracts from letters of patients
never seen and all treating by letter from all
partsAnd
And to close 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 feelinir
better and practically cured Docs he need
more medicine J S BAHRETr
Montpelier Idaho
a
I i I am still improving the sore is all healed
over have blood medicine enouch to last a few
I days yet W S SPAUIDING
Helena Montana
I am pleased to say that I am doing well and
feel that your remedies will effect a permanent
cure A R Elko Nevada
My medicines Nos 4toG are all taken If
you make a new mum of me Doctor hope God
Almighty will let you live a thousand years
> P tlant 608 Park City Utah
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M B SOWLE3 H M MILLER
SOWLES MILLER
General Dealers in tlia
White I
SEWING
MACBJNE t
Orders by Mail will Receive Prompt
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Attention
NEEDLES PARTS AXD EXTRAS ALWAYS
ON HAND
39 W First South St Salt Lake City
New JEWElRY Stores i
148 Main Street
Entire New Stock
OF
I > > JA1II < ONJrS
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES CHAINS
RIXGS LACE PISS
Marble Bronze Ebony and Walnut Clocks
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
I Remember all my goods are neW and of the
Latest Styles
Jewelry manufactured to order at short no
ticePlease
Please call and examine my stock and prices
L HOLLANDER
The Old Reliable
California Brewery
Is again this year 18S5 producing the
Finest Lager Beer
IX TIlE ROCKY HOVSTAIXS
Bottled Beer a Specialty S
Try it and be convinced
OFFICE
17 and 19 E Second Southst
Salt Lake City
HENRY WAGEXER Proprietor
BOXNERUB FIELDING
Contractors Builders
PRESSED BRICK FROSTS A SPECIALTY
Salt Lake City Utah
A H KELLEY BRO
MANUFACTURING Stationers
BLANK BOOKS
BOOKBINDING PAPER RULING
Main Street first door north of Jones Bank
up stair Salt Lake City Utah
Salt Lake City
Soda WaterWorks
HENRY DENHALTER l SON
Proprietors
Salt Lake City Utah
Manufacturers of Soda Water Sarsaparilla
Champagne Cider Ginger Ale Seltzer Water
Appoiinaris Water Vinegar Etc
28 30 West Third South
F E SCHOPPE
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Stoves
Cast and Wrought Iron RANGES
I3Ca 31 jXT
Copper and SheetIron Work
253 S Main St Salt Lake City
or
FBArJEb FOOTE
ASSAYER
I 911 SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
139 City Personal attention given to all
business
JF Jl WlI lmW 9
ASSA3r E
161 MAIN STREET
Salt Lake City Utah
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
AT
IGLIJLSOlxPS
122 iO n Street
You can find the largest assortment of
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES
Jewelry cf all Kinds
And everything needed in that line at
JK3 VERY LOWEST PRICES
SI J JONASSON
Attorney CounseloratLaw
OFFICE 173 East Second South Street below
the Thirteenth Ward Schoolhouse and oJlpoite
the Presbyterian Church
P 0 Baz 203 Beta FcbH =
XSIi B KeseYJ
Real Estate Money I oanm
Hcue Renting and Collecting Agent
Will Search Records for Inregtigaltom of TUlta oj
Realties Make out Deeds BoNd Jfengflfr
Wills Agreement Etc Etf OK
Short Xottee
OFFICE o23 25 FIRST SOUTH Sr
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
H B BAKTOS ISAAC BARTON
J B TORONTO A S GEDDE
ornci7z of
J3 eTO Oo
We have removed to No 44 S MaIn Street
opposite Hooper 1c Eldredge Block where wo
shall be ever happy to have you call and ace us
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