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onlY Jltt tJtc tmOtfnt APlUI17 1885
ACTOK
Jlal11let at tile
IJoofh as house
opern
1ir J Street
CIIedIIlIt Mr Booth
that
I In thc thirtY the five stage years he has rarely if
on than
Bhjjbecn jer welcome
1i35 heartier
cclrcd a
1 ever S him at the Chestnut Street
aSlcconletI evening by an audience
nst
Opcr1 house walk of life and filling
JrJ Il from everY the theatre It was
I seat 11l me
nc1Tly everY to see an actor who among
1leaure 1cnts has won so warm a
vther ac11erel canlicaruJ that the habit
p1cc in Philadelphia audience
of a
ual 1 erVC J sight of his
the mere
ul at llll un < >
Inc way the Ihlge t Mr Booth was a
rC l Ou autI the first scene of Ham
ittle t hoarse before the t actor entered
Id waS over partbefore the spirit of
fi1l1r iIlto 1115 through hun His im
jiiiiiv shone well known and has
I is so
S
I Donation UHI SO often discussed
been 0 amply be superfluous to dwell on
it wouM admiration
WitV eWIl to express
details ori Mr
it t bClt1ts As years pass >
ftr its I1Jany Hu11et beeomes more and
Booths StUdY and less and less
morc1 scholastIc and emotoIlal interpretation
a ptltetie S1l1lC hs Hamlet
It IS I twenty uuiver5l years pr use The actor
lon almost 11l1 lhunlets age and he
JS then at Illbdll l not improved
only
lS Finec lIe stdl liis every rc
S execlltioll of t1StC and study at his command
trC is f nsjied to the last his stage
5ctiOIJ Jiis reading distinct and
perfect
ile J151 S bell and he is still without
i nncui C rival
Pr l It a charm of presence of fac
J rt1 n and elocution which are exte
Jrnd another of intuition the ex
I r Ji1 of the soul which is superior
f FJn kl Booths is external l His voice is the
Kfliis moods his delivery so ex
C Ttelv distinct that not a syllable es
the listener lewIf any actors
i apes
repossessed this charm in so eminent
3 l His krec passion is nearly if not quite de
pried but the lack is supplied by Intel
i taal force grace elegance and dignity
hello longer throws the pipe into the
f e5 when saying Though you may fret
J e you cannot play upon me as ho
i usedto and the rest of the performance i
15110W entirely consistent with that part
d it The encounters with the Ghost
the parting with Ophelia the climax
d the play scene the slaughter of
1 Polonius in delirious mistake for the
King I and the scene with Laertes in
I graveyard are untouched with pas
I
J ju The Boston Museum company deserves
1 rt little credit for an intelligent and
adequate interpretation of the minor parts
la time play Nearly all the actors bore
tie stamp of a theatre in which nearly
Llf the experienced comedians of today
have served an apprenticeship and which
fr more than half a century has main
tned one of the leading stock companies
n the country Miss Ann Clark gave the
Queen a dignity and grace which are
Je becoming but rarely seen in that
re Miss Blanche Thompson a slen
I djand willowy girl played Ophelia
is a young and promising actress might
KljhaJ seen and admired Miss Ellen
T TVS tender and beautiful impersona
j 1 n Hie was fortunate to win a hearty
1 after the mad scene but unfortun
n Yielding to the temptation to come
t w her audience before the scene was
r i Mr Charles Barren was the
10t Mr George R Parkes made a
i tyLaertes and Mr Kent was sat
L on > the King The scenery was
new1 beautiful and altogether the
s 11 artistic work of the kind that has
o done in Philadelphia for some years
ladeI1hia Press April 7 1885
The Art of Conversation
There is an art of conversation as
jodhe found when he was driven to
ampagne before he could keep pace
r It Mine de Stael and as any one
Ehotil being a Goethe will discover for
iiiself when he attempts to converse on
jal terms with an educated French
r man far below Mine de Staels level
J er all what is conversation It is
fashion to say that in England it is
1 ig out and that the school of great I
uAers like that of great orators is at an
1 J But these great talkers surely they
I e scarcely masters of the art of con
Mtion Dr Johnson Coleridge Ma
ls 1 v Sidney Smith or a lesser light
raham Hayward needed listeners not
rloeutcrs and pleasant as it might i
a to listen to such men now and then
a the long run they were no better than
hant bores Mere anecdotage or great
fert lty of imagination and illustration
tends rather to check than to encourage
conersation Exceptional powers of this
bnj silence others less gifted yet give
andtake is essential to the art So it
l js too t with the perpetual striving after
Ci rrain5 which is a great failing of our
time especially among professors and
Hides Their laborious efforts destroy
ii Tontaneity which is the charm of an un
restrained flow of conversation Most of
the really able epigrammakers blundered
often More they hit upon the really good
Hung t that was carried to their credit
Douglas Jerrold and Lord Alvanley were
no exceptions to this rule and not only
N Were many of their jests far above the or
flmary level but they have also received
i ke Hieridan the credit for
jjKe many jokes
u at they never madecon nepvele quaux
lin 1cle8
Bishop Wordsworths Pluck
Concerning the late Bishop Words
worth London Truth remarks U Twice
lie had the pluck to defy the court Forty
ears ago it was professional suicide for
a clergyman to render himself obnoxious
at ll WK court as Bishop Wilberforce and Dr
learned to their cost but when
Jnnce Albert Chan
was nominated to be
t1lmr of f Calnbrid
Caiflbridge Dr Wordsworth
as hotOOk a special interest in the matter
icas a SOn of the late master of Trinity
Lecalise l time heart and soul of the opposition
S80 he would not hear of electing a
iimilnan who had no claims of any
or the Whatever upon either the University
the f TVS Church Of course > though the
die m nnee beat the independent candi
E the late Lord Towis thanks to the
a Senile
clerical herd of literary > political > and
im feeeal Was toadies Again when Dean Stan
Work Dinted to Westminster Canon
ordsmo1ti1
the SOlth put himself in opposition to
cou
Stanlm court lIe was good friends with
IJltanle In private but detested his the
anytiifl amid whenever the Dean preached
Was lwas ling remarkable in the Abbey it
WOrdsyortii f answered the next time Dr >
gr a vTrl ° occupied the pulpit It was
reati3 to
for onee Lord Beaconsfields honor that
he
the o ventured to ignore and defy
C royal malignity by insisting on
Pointing m i ap
COIn lUg Wordsworth to the see of Lin
and
havini he also deserves high credit for
learned p somehow discovered that the
Canon
On would make excellent
Bishop > an
4
The ° Trlan a CJclonc Can Stand
robS It1lianR believe that maternity
fchould woman of f her voice The Italians
to a rural COlUo to this country and listen
mother call home
Mho are nl her children
l hen a playing m a wood a mile distant
t al ° nK it knows cyclone hears her voice shooting
it Or get it must either jump over
wrcckedNorristQwn Herald
GENERAL JOE JOHNSTON
His Peculiar Powers of Observation
antI Oilier Characteristics
The nomination of General Joseph E
Johnston to be Commissioner of Rail
roads writes a correspondent of the St
Louis Republican is not only a fitting
tribute to the exalted merit of a great and
good man but a conspicuous example of
the ability of our President to select and
put the right man in the right place
His long life spent in the public service is
on record and few men can better afford to
commit their history to the judgment of
mankind
Here are a few anecdotes illustrative of
his peculiar powers of observation and
other characteristics of mind which have
not appeared in print
After assuming command of the Army
Lthe Tennessee at Dalton a grand
1 n w t b Li1 U re
view was ordered and General Johnston
superbly mounted on a magnificent thor
oughbred bay came sweeping down our
line followed by the usual cavalcade of
generals and staff officers He would
halt a moment in front of the colors of
each regiment face to the line and raise
his cap with martial
grace never ex
celled In passing our regiment his
quick eye caught the gallant bearing of
our boy colonel John E Murray then
about 21 years of age who had been a
cadet at Vest Point for two years and
was notably distinguished for what the
boys called a gallus salute After the i
parade General Johnston sought our brig I
adier Govan and inquired the name of
his young colonel of the grand martial
salute and after hearing of his grand
achievements as the boy hero of the brig
ade he invited him to his headquarters
and entertained him for a week The
colonel used to say that he picked up
more solid chunks of wisdom that week
than he had ever done in his life before
The brilliant career of this gallant boy
closed with the campaign in the last bat
tic around Atlanta where he foremost
fighting fell with a bullet hole through
his commission of brigadiergeneral in
his breast pocket During this Georgia
campaign he would often inspect the
hastiljconstructed line of riflepits and
in riding down the line at full speed he
would sometimes halt suddenly and
beckon an officer of his staff and with a
few rapid motions of his hand order an
angle reversed or the line advanced or i
retired rouformity with the contour of
the ground in front and on one of these
occasions the writer who was lounging
on the ground with his comrades some
thirty paces in the rear made a wager
that he could attract the generals atten
tion by a salute Upon arising and
facing toward the general as he rushed
by looking in the opposite direction the
writer modestly raised his coonskin
When the generals white hat shot up
in the air in graceful recognition the
boys all remarked that the old man
could see as well in the rear as in front
In passing through Jackson Missis
sippi to take command of the army a
large crowd of citizens and furloughed
soldiers insisted on his presenting him
self on the platform of the car and making
them a speech He said If all the
ablebodied men I see before me were in
line at the front there wonld be no occa
sion for the retreat of the army
When he was relieved of command at
Atlanta his soldiers literally shed tears I
of hopeless sorrow and when General
Hoods plan of swinging around to Gen
eral Shermans rear was fully detailed to
him by a staff officer and his opinion
asked as to the wisdom of the plan he
replied with sadness in the prophetic
words Too brilliant
In social conversation with his staff
one of them asked him how many times
he had been wounded Eight times
The staff remarked that he was the most
unfortunate general in this respect that
he had ever known
No sir said he the most fortunate
for it was only by the mercy of God I was
not killed upon either occasion
J Origin of Familiar Proverbs
Truth is stranger than fiction was
invented by an editor as a headline to a
twentyline lie so monstrously extrav
agant that he knew nobody ould be
lieve ten words of it The original use
of this proverb is continued unto this
day Whenever you see that line in a
newspaper dont believe a word you read
under it
Ill make a spoon or spoil a horn
was the thought of a man who never
made a spoon in all his life and who
knew perfectly well that he couldnt
make one and only took a mean mans
malicious delight in spoiling a horn P
SFor the man who likes to take his
horn straight the introduction of a spoon
always spoils it
A wink is as good as a nod to a blind
horse was said by a man with a stiff
neck who wanted to nod but couldnt
although why any sane man should wish
either to wink or nod at a blind horse no
man can tell
HA little more sleep and a little more
slumber commonly attributed to the
sluggard was stolen by him from the
night watchman who invented it in his
dreams
Fast bind fast bind was remarked
by police justice when he bouud the
tough over to keep the peace and fined
him 1885
Alls well that ends well was said
by a murderer who killed a dude The
name of the murderer is suppressed lest
he should be overrun with more orders
than he could fill and thus be compelled
to hire a clerk who would eventually run
off with all the money
Alls fare in love and war was the
inspired thought of a railroad conductor
One swallow does not make a sum
mer was the brilliant remark of a man
who was trying to see how many swal
lows do make a summer Nota BeneIf
the thermometer got half so high as the
experimenter did the dogdays came
right along on the heels of Christmas
that year The record of the swallows
however was lost in the dim mists of
OBlivion the great Irish swallower
Dead men tell no tales was the
joyous exclamation of the first editor who
slew a man who came in with a con
tinued story of sixtyfive chapters It
was this same editor who upon receiving
a demand for 10 cents from a poet for an
epic poem upon which he had labored
twelve years said Write makes
smite And then he smote him that
he died Brooklyn Eagle
Lady Doctors in India
Of all the boons which England can
confer upon India says the Pall Mall
Gazette lady doctors are probably the
most needed It is to be hoped there
fore that the Medical Women for India
association will receive a liberal support
from a discriminating public This so
ciety collects funds for bringing out lady
doctors to India starts dispensaries and
is at present building a large hospital at
Bombay which is superintended by
women and open to female patients only
The Grand Medical College of India has
thrown its doors open to female students
and the Bombay university has admitted
all female students to compete for degrees
students The
on the same terms as male
good work was originated by Mr Kett
ridge an American resident in Bombay
and Mr Sorabji Shapurii a Parsee gen
tleman Dr Edith Pechey the first
English woman doctor in India had nine
patients on the first day she arrived at
Bombay in December 1883 Before a
fortnight had passed there were three J I
i
hundred and the average number has
ever since then remained one hundred
day As there is work for twenty lady a
doctors at
Bombay alone althouh at
the London school for medicine in lIen
lietta street twothirds of the students
are preparing for India the demand will
not soon be supplied
CIIICAGO Ledgcr If there is anything
fine more JS be desired than gold yea than
gold it is a childs shoe that cant be
rUn down at the heel
BREWERIES AND SALOONS
A FISHER BREWING CO
Brewery near u C R R and D n 0 Depots
Salt Lake City Utah
We are now prepared to supply the Public with
Keg and Bottled Beer
Of Superior Quality
A 1 PopUiar Prices
HEADQUARTERS
The City Depot for the cclebivcd Albert Fisher
Beer is at
Tufts Nystroms
4fII
Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main St
Where will always be found a supply of our
33CE c HBottlod Beer
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To
I
BREWERY P O Box 1047 Telephone 294
HEADQUARTERS at Tufts Nystroms Tele
phone 179
A FISHER BREWING CO
The Fisher Beer Hall
Main Street Two Doors South
of Iostofiicc
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND THE FINEST
Wines Liquors and Cigars that the market
affords
The AI ft Fisher Brewing Companys
Celebrated Beer
Always on Draught Fresh and Cool
CII Any orders left with us for the above
BEER will receive prompt attention
TOMNEY HILLSTEAD Props
Telephone No 210
The Old Reliable
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
Is again this year 1885 producing tho
Finest Lager Beer
IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Bottled Beer Specialty
Try it and be convinced
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South Stteet
Salt lake City
HENRY WACENER Propr
HOTELS AND RETAURANTS
WWWWW
VALLEY HOUSE
Opp Temple and Tabernacle
Sa11 akc City Utah
CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE ARE
3 COTTAGES
In the immediate vicinity of the
Main Hotel
SECLUDED BUT CONVENIENT
BOARD and LODGING 2 per day
According to Room
Quiet Shady Homelike
ANDREW C BE1XEN Prop
BELWElVJBER
THE OLD
JUNCTION CITY HOTEL
OGDEN UTAH
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Is now open and Everything FirstClass
RATES 125 TO 200 PER DAY
Wm D WADLEY Prop
ST JAMES HOTEL
Main St South of Third South St
TITTED UP THROUGHOUT IN FIRSTCLASS
FITTED The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments In Snit Lake City
SpecIal Terms to Famlllcs both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 200 per day
A GREENEAVAID Prop
DENVER HOUSE
Opp D R G Depot Salt Lake City
J J KEENAN Proprietor
I
mRAVELERS WILL FIND SUPPLIES OF I
TRAVELERS Eatables and Groceries Choice
Cigars and Tobacco
Firstclass meals 25 cents
v
DRESS MAKINC
i
Mr and Mrs DAVENPORTS
I
RESS AND CLOAK MAKING PARLORS
DRESS a firstclass
CLOTHES CLEANING
Establishment for ladies and gentlemens
Having been in busIness in Los Angeles
clothing
Cal and Eastern cities we are thorough
geles to give en
artists in our line and are prepared
tire satisfaction to our customers
Denhalters
No 30 W Third South street
hew building
I
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AUCTIONa AT BAMBERGERS
AUCTJOZV
EVERY EVENING
PRIVATE SALE
DUring the Day
A Large Consignment
FROM EASTERN HOUSES
JIst Receivec1
To be Sold Without Reserve
CONSISTING OF
Children and Boys Suits ranging from 2 up I
Mens Cassimere Suits 5
Cassimere Pants 2
ti n M rfi H
Coats 3
Blue Flannel Business Suits at 7
I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Merchant Tailor Misfits
CONSISTING OF
Fine Diagonal and Corkscrew
J IT i T I a I A
Pants and Suits
ALSO A LOT OF
Havana and Domestic
CXGRS
By the Box or Thousand only
0
Stock Now Ready for Inspections
s GN s Red Flag 2 Doors South of Postoffice
AIN STBEET
WAGONS BUGGIES REAPERS PLOWS ETC
GEO A LOWE
Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah
SCHUTTLER FARM FREIGHT WAGONS
fJ AND FIRSTCLASS
c > pen and TOp 13cLgie i
WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES
0
AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENISOF All KINDS
0 I
HAY PRESSES
DEDERICK PRESSESBALflG TIES AND BALING WIRE
Knowles Steam Pumps For all Parposes All Sizes Constantly in Stock
AMES PORTABLE STEAlU ENGINES to
LEFFEL TURBINE WHEELS
SAW DITLLS AND SHINGLE MILLS
Correspondence solicited Enquiries answered promptly
BAIN WAGON DEPOT
HOWARD SEBREE COMPANY
Keep a Full Stockof These Celebrated Wagons
Concord Buggies Spring Wagons
Oliver Chilled Plows Moline Plows
Casaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky Plows
CEA PZON JMACaDSfES
Materials
and Wagon
Goods Hardwood
And a Full Line of Agricultural
Specialty Call on or Address
AddressHOWABD SEBREE COM
Salt Lake City or Ogden Utah
rT2
RAILROADS
N VV > <
THE
Chicago Milwaukee
AND
ST PAUL
RAILWAY COMPANY
The Last Built Best Equipped
AND
SHORTEST LINE
BETWEEN
COUNCIL BLUFFS
AND
o H ICAGC > I
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
The Scenic Line
OF THE WORLD
Denver Rio Grande
r VESTEBJV IFL B
THE POPULAR
Trans Continental Route
BETWEEN
Salt Lake Gimnisoii leadville
Pueblo and Denver
At which latter points DIRECT CONNECTIONS
are made with trains for
Kansas City Omaha Chicago
St Louis
And all Principal Points in the United States
and Canada
Train leaves Salt Lake EVERY DAYat455pm
connecting with Central Pacific for the West
TIlE ATLANTIC EXPRESS TRAIN COM
JL posed of the Celebrated Buffet and Sleep
ing Cars elegant firstclass Coaches and Emi
grant Sleeping Cars will leave Ogden daily at
930 am on arrival of train from San Fran I
cisco and Salt Lake City at 1055 am making I
direct connection at Pueblo and Denver with
trains for the East North and South
TIlE PACIFIC EXPRESS TRAIN from Den
ver Pueblo and Eastern points will arrive in
Salt Lake City at 450 pm and Ogden at 610
pm making direct connection with the Cen
tral Pacific train for San Francisco and the
Pacific Coast
LOCAL TRAINS leave Salt Lake for Ogden at
805 am
Leave Ogden at 540 pm and arrive in Salt
Lake at 700 pm
Leave Salt Lake daily for Bingham at 725
am Returning arrive at Salt Lake at415 pm
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Salt
Lake daily except Sundays at 500 am ar
riving at Pleasant Valley Junction at 435 pm
Returning leaves Pleasant Valley Junction at
700 am arriving at Salt Lake at 600 pm
s w Eccles
General Freight and Passenger Agent D R
G Western Salt Lake City
W H BANCROFT Receiver
Utah Central E E
Passenger Trains leave Salt Lake Daily as fol
lows
GOING NORTHAtlantic Express at 800 am
GOING SOUTHExpress at 720 am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as
follows
FROM NORTHAtlantic Express at 751 pm
FROM SOUTH Express at 640 pm
JOHN SHARP
Genl Supt
FRANCIS COPE
Genl Fgt Pass Agt
Sanpete Valley Railwy
t Q
Trains leave daily as follows
Leave Moroni 900 am
Arrive at Nephl 1100 am
Leave Nephi 1200 m
Arrive at Moroni 200 pm
Stages connect at Moroni for all parts of San
Pete and Sevier
Private teams and spring wagons can be ordered
dered by telephone at Nephi to be ready on
arrival of trains at Moroni Price 4 per day
driver paying all his own expenses
S BAMBERGER Manager
LAND OFFICE NOTICES
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
NO 1932
LAND OFFICE AT SALT LAKE CITY
March 16th 1885
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake
my on Saturday April 18th 1885 viz James
S Crane Homestead entry No 3677 for the
N E V Sec 3 Tp 4 S R 2 W
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz Robert Dansie James Dan
sie R A Crump Thomas Mumford all of
Salt Lake county Utah
II McMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attorneys for Appl
Notice for Publication
No 1934
U S LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY March 20 1885
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THF
NOTICE named settlers have filed
notice of their intention to make final
proof each in of his claim and the said
proof will be support the Register and Re
ceiver at Salt Lake City on Saturday April 2j
1855 towit
James Hope Homestead Entry No 493 for
the SW Hose 3 y Sec 3 Tp 4 S R 1 E and
he names as his witnesses Amos Thompson I
William Thompson John pencer and Benj
Thompson all of Salt Lake County Utah
Gustave Isaasen Homestead Entry No 4707
forS4NEVSecl8 Tp 5 N R2 Wand
he names as his witnesses Hyrum Goodell
John Smuen Robert Todd and R Van Dyke of
Weber County Utah
UtahH McMASTER > RegIster
BIRD LOWE Attys for Appls
LEGAL NOTICES
> W V V
r
Notice to Creditors
Estate of WILLIAM H PITTS Deceased
IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE UN
TVTOTJCE dersigned administratrix of the Estate of
William II Pitts deceased to the creditors of
said
the
and all persons having claims against
deceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after the first pub
ScttHon of this notice to the said admInIstra
trix at the office of Sheeks Rawlins 42 East
Temple street in the county of Salt Lake
Administratrix
ISABEL M PITTS
Of the Estate of William H Pitts Deceased
Dated at Salt Lake City March 25 IBSo
Notice to Creditors
Estate of JAMES WATSON deceased
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE UN
N dersigned administrator of the estate of
James Watsondeceasedto the creditors of and
all persons having claims against the said de
ceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months after the first
publication of this notice to the said adminis
trator at the store of Tucker Wallace in Alta
City alt Lake County Utah
HfuiRY C WALLACE
Administrator
Date of first publication March 31 1885
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MEDICAL
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N WVXN V V V S
DE C W HIGGINS B t
Microscopic and Analytical
Fliysiciiin f
THE MOST OI SELIJBLE SPECIALIST I Ii
Cures Fits in their worst forms and all Chronic
Diseases Seminal Weakness Syphylls in all
1f
its forms Gonorrluea Gleet and all diseases
1 t
ofa private and confidential nature Dr II hag t
made these diseases a specialty for the past
fifteen years Dr II has been in this city
for the past thirteen years and In that limo r
has cured over 1000 of the above disease
Suffering friends dont delay call at once and
put yourself under Dr IIs treatment J
The knowledge of disease is half f
its Cure
t
JIany have been rescued from the grasp of I
disease and death by my medicines who were
given up as incurable by friends and physicians
for the proof of this call and get their ad J
dresses and see them for yourselves
1
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CONSULTATION FREE JIrlUri given
away to the poor
DR H can be consulted daily at his i
office NO 272 Main St J
To the Unfortunate i
Or P1 STEINHART
SPECIALIST
t
Can be consulted at his office 261 Main Street
Room No 1 Union Block Salt Lake city
Has been treating the following diseases for
the last twentyfive years in London Dublin
and San Francisco and has been established in t 1
Salt Lake City the last two years
For the treatment of Sexual Seminal dls
eases such as Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture 4
Syphilis in all its forms Seminal Weakness and j
Impotency Loss of Manhood permanently t
cured
Time sick and afflicted should not fail to call
on him
Persons cured at home Call or write
Communications strictly confidential
Medicine sent everywhere either in Pill or
LiquId form t
Catarrh Tapeworm and Piles Suc
cessfully treated 4
c Consultation Free
OFFICE HOOKS from 9 a m to 6 p m
Sundays from 10 to 12 a m
PATENT NOTICES
W W yN X WN SM NBN Ni
Application for Patent i
Notice No 1304
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1885
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Grizzly Flat Mining and Milling Company j
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a
United States patent for the Huron Lode mining
claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining Dis
trict Salt Lake county Utah Territory consist t f
ing of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide
beIng Lot No 175 and described in the field
notes and plat of the official survey on file in
this office with magnetic variation at 18 de
grees 10 minutes east as follows Commencing
at post No1 a corner of the claim and running t
thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 100 feet
to post No 2 thence south 36 degrees ten min
utes west 1159510 feet to post No3 thence J
north 53 degrees 50 minutes west 100 feet to t
post No4 thence north 36 degrees 10 minutes i i
4
east 1159 510 feet to post No1 the place of be 1 M
inniug excepting and excluding from the
above described area so much thereof as is In
conflict with the Honey Comb mining claim i
Lot No 91 iu the same mining district the area
claimed being 41100 acres From the centre
of the northerly end line of said Huron Lode 4
mining claim its discovery point bears south f
36 degrees ten minutes west 659 510 feet distant
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and from its said discovery point U S mineral
monument No3 bears south 72 degrees 21 min
utes west 32iO 110 feet distant The said miu
lug claim being of record in the office of the
Recorder of said mining district at Alta City r
in Salt Lake county Utah The nearest known
locations being the Honey Comb Lot No 91 the f
avinia Lot No 122 and the Ontario No3 Lot i
No 173 all being mining claims within said
mining district
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper V
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty ays
U McMASTER Register
Ii
Application for Patent
Notice No 1306 i
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1885
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE Flat Mining and Milling Company J
by Moses Kirkpatrick its attorney In fact of
Salt Lake City Utah has made application
a United States patent for the Zora Lode min Ii
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining f
District Salt Lake county Utah Territory con li
sistIng of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
Lot 174 and described in the field notes and plat
of the official survey on file in this office with
magnetic variation at 18 degrees 10 minutes
east as follows Commencing the discovery
point of said claim from which U S mineral
monument No3 bears south 75 degrees 4 min
utes west 3393 710 feet distant and running
thence north 36 degrees ten minutes east
559 510 feet to post No 1 the point of beginning
of exterior bounds thence south 19 degrees 30
minutes west 174 710 feet to post No 2 thence
south 36 degrees 10 minutes west 992510 feet to
post No3 thence north 53 degrees 50 minutes
west 100 feet to post No4 thence north 36 de
grees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to post No f
5 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 50
feet to post No1 the place of beginning of exterior
tenor bounds containing an area of 257100 j
acres all of which is claimed The area in
conflict with the Lavinla mInIng claim Lot No
122 is not excluded from said application The 1
said mining claim being of record in the oflice ii
of the Recorder of said mining district at Alta
City in Salt Lake County Utah The nearest
known locations being the Lavinla Lot No 122
md the Lavinia Lot No 41 miningtclaims in
laid mining district f
I direct that this notice to be published in the j 1
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days I II
u MCMASTER RegIster
Application for Patent r
Notice No 1305
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1885
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a jI
United States Patent for the Ontario No3 mln
lag claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining Ji
District Salt Lake County Utah Territory con
sisting of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
Lot No 173 and described in the field notes and
plat of the official survey on file in this office
with r TV magnetic vartatton M + 13 degrees 10 minutes f
east as 9 follows Commencing at the discovery I
poInt of saId cialm f from which U S mIIl
eral monument No 3 bears south 73 de
grees 41 minutes west 3331 910 feet j
distant and running thence north So degrees
10 minutes east 659 510 feet to the <
grees center of the northerly end line the point of
beginning of exterior bounds thence south 53
degrees 50 minutes east 50 feet to post No2
thence south 36 degrees 10 minutes west 1159 510
feet to post No3 thence north 53 degrees 50
minutes west 100 feet to post No4 thence t
north 36 degrees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to
post No 1 thence south 53 degrees 50 minute
eat 50 feet to the center of the northerly end
line the place of beginning of exterior bounds
containing an area of 2 66100 acres all of which
is claimed The area In conflict with the La r
vinla mining claim Lot No 122 is not excluded
from said application The said mining claim
being of record in the office of the Recorder of
said mining district at Alta City in Salt Lake i
county Utah The nearest known locations
being the Lavinia Lot No 122 and the Honey C
Comb Lot No 91 mining claims in said mining
district
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty df f
daivs McMASTER Register I
BOMERTJD FIELDING
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