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WELL NOW
an rnrcafcoiiablc Disagree
hnt
able Discontented Picture
This Is V
A woman must manage to dress well
seventyfive cents a week snaps the
011 T iwcll 7ilIe and she must not be vain
inl she1 must be kind to the poor and
JP must go regularly to the sewing so
meetings and be ready to dress
i > t
i0js and make tidies t and aprons for
lunch fairs She must he a good cook
mil miH he able to do up her hus
iuiuli1 shuts K > that the Chinese washer
JllUl would groan with envy and gnash
Ins teeth with tile same holy passion at
sight of thC111
flic must always have the inuseulmc
buttons of the family sewed on so they
Mill never come oft while in use and she
must keep the family hosiery so that no
body < l would ever mistrust there were
toe m the stockings while they
AUH on She must hold her
Hli in constant readiness to find
> un tlnng her husband has lost
and a nun never knows where to find
Inn tiling He I will put his boots carefully
Iar on the parlor sofa and when he
jus hunted for them half an hour he
ttill suddenly appear to his wife with a
rounliMiance like an avenging angel and
Kmuil what in thunder has she done
with ins hoots She must shut all the
dou after her lord and master and like
l1 ietheburcau drawers for a married
nun AUS never known to shut a drawer
It ould he as unnatural as for a hen to
for recreation
go Iii swimming re
r She must go to bed first in cold weather
vo a to get the bed warm Her husband l
if lie bo a wise man never asks Jier to do
tin Oh no out he sits to just finish
tint piece in the paper and waits until
she hal got the sheets to a comfortable
U > mi > erature Ah theres a great many
tiiikb in the trade of living together A
woman is expected to take care of the
baby eveii after the first infantile wonder
bus multiplied into a round half dozen
And if he doubles up with the colic or
trials of cutting teeth or the necessary
evils of mumps or measles and whoop
msrcoiijli and scarlet fever and rash
mill throat distemper and short sleeves
and too much candy and bad temper
why her husband tells her that he dUes
wish fIie would try and quiet her baby
and lie says it too as if he thought she
alone was responsible for its being in ex
bPncp and as if she was considerably to
blame for it too I
And when she has the headache no
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body thinks of minding ita woman is
always having the headache And if she
is nervous enough to fly nobody shuts I
the door any quieter and nobody tucks
her on the lounge with a shawl over her
or coddles her to death as a man has to
Ut coddled under such circumstances
We might go on indefinitely with the
troubles of being a woman and if there I
is a man who thinks a woman has an
l a y time of it why just let him pin on I
a pound of false hair and get inside a pair I
of corsets and put on a pullback over
skirt and be a woman himself and see
how he likes it
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OYSTERS FOR THE QUEEN
One Thousand Selected Bivalve
with Polished Shells Shipped
to Her Majesty
A Norwalk oysterman read a paragraph
m one of the Sunday issues to the effect
that Henry Irving smiled rather super
ciliously when his experience with the
American oyster was reierred to at his
first dinner after his return to England
It would be safe to wager that if Mr
Irving did thus smile the supercilious
ness was greatly exceeded by that of the
Norwalk oysterman as he read the para
graph For with a highly significant
smile he said
American oysters may not suit the
actor but theres a greater than he that
likes them
So saying the oysterman exhibited a
Norwalk oyster that was polished like a
sea shell It was of good proportional
size evenly scolloped at the edges well
bellied suggesting fullness of salty liquor
and might have been handled by the
most delicate white kid glove without
soiling it
That said he is a sample of a bar
rel sent to no less a person than Queen
Victoria herself a few days ago From
what Ive heard I think that when it is
known that the Queen has sent to
America for Long Island Sound oysters
therell be no more smiling in England
about them
It appears that some days ago William
Merrill a large dealer in oysters in Nor
walk received word from England that
some select oysters were wanted for the
Queen The dredgers were sent out to
deep water where live the highest
flavored oysters and fished up from the
choicest beds a lot from which 1000 were
selected with great care They were all
about of a size and were thoroughly
washed and scrubbed with salt water
until there wasnt a speck of mud upon
them Then the shells were thoroughly
sandpapered bringing out the veins and
producing a rough polish Then they
were packed carefully in a strong barrel
and shipped by a fast steamer It was
expected that they would be in London
within seven days from the time of ship
ping and would all be sound of good
flavor and about as fat as when shipped
The demand for Norwalk oysters stead
ily increases from Groat Britain Last
week 500 barrels were shipped to New
York for immediate export to London
They are packed in barrels each barrel
containing about 1000 oysters These
oysters are preferred abroad partly be
cause of their size and partly because it
has been found that they retain their
flavor and withstand tho long journey
better than any other oysters This is
thought to be due to the fact that they
are deep water oysters It is expected
that the foreign demand will c mttnue to
the end of May Notwithstanding the
reat cost of freighting exporting oysters
is profitable and oystermen expect to see
it develop into a large basin ess soon I
Yiw York Sun
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HAVE you anything to say asked
Judge Noonan of a prisoner on whom he
was about to pass sonteuco in the District
Court of San Antonio Yes judge
was the reply of the prisoner whose pen
alty had been assessed at imprisonment
for life I think that the time wasted m
making that longwinded speech by that
young galoot you appointed to defend me
ought to be taken out of my sentence
Jhal Siftings
I Do you know said a bashful swain
to his sweetheart that doctors say there
is danger of contracting diseases by kiss
ilmg Ro they say she murmured
10 you believe it Well I hncnt
much faith in doctors she repMed blush
ing furiously besides Ive been vac
cinated N r Journal
GmNrntr j FITZHUQH LEE has called
upon the President but up to tho hour of
going to press we have not heard it men
tioned that Mr Cleveland presented a
rstclass appointment to the General
with the remark This Fitzbugli Lee
Boston Transcript
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j A MODJERN BASTILE
The Unknown
Horror
oi Mor
Castle in the Harbor of Havana
VIm enters Castle Morro leaves all
hope behind To
pass between its
por
tals
I involuntarily for any reason is i con
sidered equivalent to a sentence of death
and many who have gone there cannot
even be traced beyond the iron doors
If any record exists of prisoners who en
ter the castle common rumor lies for it
is generally said and believed that only
in heaven are the books kept No one
on earth has ever seen them and none
ever knew positively where they are
Some say that the records of arrest and
confinement are sent to the minister of
justice at Madrid Others suggest that
the daily reports of the commandant are
sent to Spain and destroyed after perusal
But however it may be the common un
derstanding is that whoever enters Morro
castle loses his identity and never comes
out again for the bodies
of the dead are
said to be cast over the parapets into the
sea The castle stands at the entrance to the
harbor of Havana a picturesque but
gloomy pile of massive masonry resting
upon the crest of a rock which rises
about two hundred feet perpendicularly
out of the seas Itis the pointof a penin
sula which embraces the harbor of
Havana and makes the latter when once
entered as safe as any in the world
Covering many acres with its walls and
dungeons the castle is one of the largest
and most formidable fortresses in the
world surpassing even Fortress Monroe
in its extent The present castle is not
so ancient as some others on the island
is the English captured it and blew it up
100 years ago and compelled the
Spaniards to spend a million or two of
dollars in its reerection Modern artil
lery would shatter down the walls but
would make no impression upon the
eternal rocks among whose crevices and
ravines the dungeons of the castle have
been placed There is no prison in
Europe so secure from capture either by
exterior or interior attack for the
corridors constitute a labyrinth in
which it is said that even the command
ant himself requires a guide No pen
will ever record and no mind ever correctly
ectly imagine the horrors which have
taken place within those walls The iniquities
iquities of the inquisition did not surpass
hem if the stories that are told are true
and people say that the curiosities con
tinue The life of every citizen of Cuba
is the property of the CaptainGeneral to
be disposed of as he chooses and he has
chosen that many of them be spent
within these castle walls Nobody
knows how large a number are in con
finement nobody knows who they are or
what they suffer all the public ever
knows is that Senor SoandSb has been
denounced and taken to the castle and
his friends keep mighty quiet lest they
may have to join him there These
Seuors SoandSo seldom if ever come I
back from the castle and it is better for
his family and friends not to ask why
The castle is for political prisoners ex
clusively and when we were over there
our guide told us it was full He showed
us the placea little parade ground
where the executions take place and the
precipice over which the bodies of the
dead are cast into the sea but could give
no clue to the number annually shot or
the number who die in the dungeons and
the officers and guards on duty were quite
as uncommunicative if they were not as
ignorant To all inquiries they have one
answer If you ask them how many
prisoners are In the dungeons the same
reply will be
Dios sabe God knows
How many ever come out alive
Dios sabe >
liDo they ever secure release
Dios sabe
And the words were true Heaven
and heaven only knows all that has
transpired within those gloomy walls
The officers on guard are changed often
and while they stay it is their business to
learn as little as possible When a pris
oner is sent there they lock him up and I I
report the fact at headquarters With
that their duty and their knowledge en s
And it is this way that Cuba is governed
The theory of government which Spain
has followed since she assumed control of
the western hemisphere and by which
she has lost all that she once had is still
in vogue The Spaniard has learned no
lesson by experience He seems obliv
ious to the results of tyranny in Mexico
and South America and has seen a mag
nificent empire pass from his hands with
out realizing that murder and cruelty are
not the best modes of securing peace and
promoting civilization
The Spanish Nightcap
La Correspondencia of Madrid Spain
has the largest circulation of any paper
published at the capital Everybody
reads it and from the universality of its
perusal it is facetiously called the Span
ish Nightcap because no one is sup
posed to have gone to bed without hav
ing read it entirely through And it must
be read through for it is the most extra
ordinary hodgepodge and ollapodrida
ever printed as a newspaper It is a
newspaper rather than a paper of opin
ion The staft consists of a dozen bright
reporters and an editor The reporters
scour the capital and pick up every item
of interestcabinet resignations the ac
cident to your washerwoman the illness
of the king the latest earthquake news
the price of eggs the opening of the new
cafe a Carlist rising in the north the
burglary of a shop an excursion partys
adventures in the mountains the latest
club scandal the running away of a
horse a convention of wine merchants
everything in fact that occurs and can
be put in print This is La Correspon
dencia It is all set and all printed with
out any regard to order or typographical
display You read it because you know
I that in its crowded columns is everything
of note occurring at the capital You
read every line for if you skip at all
the very bit of news you want may be
the one skipped The circulation of this
is rated at two hundred thousand
paper daily and on occasions at three hundred
thousand
Protected by a Horse
A lady well advanced in years was
found recently wandering along the road
near tho residonoo of Mrs Colonel Hunt
and on being questioned she said she
was searching for a buggy containing a
child She had left the buggy a short
I distance from the house and the horse
attached to it had wandered off The
I night was bitter cold Yesterday it was
discovered that the horse had wandered
into the woods and becoming tired had
I lain down The child a bright little girl
was found by some boys next morn
hv snugly sleeping against time breast
ling
° head lying
of the horse with its
I animals forelegs The lit
I om one of the
hadevidently become cold and
tlo one
I when the horse lay down went to try to
think
make it get up when the boys
I the sagacious animal managed to place it
to
with its head on its arm so to speak
I keep it from freezing to death The
mother was overjoyed to recover her
the faithful horso as
child and will keep
I long as she lives Leavtnworth Timer
A CORRESPONDENT of the Chicago IWios
I is authority for tho statement that Post
masterGeneral Vilas says that he finds
his department full of the most beautiful
r young women human eyes ever beheld
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HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
VALLEY HOUSE
Opp Temple and Tabernacle
Sa1t Lako 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
Quiet Shady Homelike
ANDREW C BRIXEff Prop
RE1IED BER
TilE OLD
JUNCTION CITY HOTEL
OGDEN UTAH
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CENTRALLY LOCATED
Is now open and Everything FirstClass I
RATES 125 TO 200 PER DAY I
Wm D WADLEY Prop I
ST JAMES HOTEL I
Main St South of Third South St
FITTED UP THKOUGIIOUT IN FIRSTCLASS
JL style The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City
Special Terir o Families both for Single
Rooms and Suit 0
Transient 200 per day
A GnEukEAVAJUD l rop
DENVER HOUSE
Opp D R G Depot Salt Lake City
J J KEENAN Proprietor
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npRAVELERS WILL FIND SUPPLIES OF
JL all kinds in Eatables and Groceries Choice
Cigars and Tobacco
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l ir class meals 25 cents
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BREWERIES AND SALOONS
A FISHER BREWING CO
Brewery near U C R R and D R G Depots
Salt Lake City Utah
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We are now prepared to supply the Public with
Keg and Bottled Beer
Of Superior Quality
A 1 PopU1aJ Pricos
HEADQUARTERS
The City Depot for the celebrated Albert Fisher
Beer is at
Tufts Nystronfs
Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main St
Where will always be found a supply of our
J3eg cfc jBottTocl 33O03T i
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To
BREWERY P 0 Box 1047 Telephone 294
HEADQUARTERS at Tufts Nrstroms Tele
phone lil
A FISHER BREWING CO I
The Fisher Beer Hall
Rlniii Street Two Doors Soatli
of iotofiice
TTAVE ALWAYS ON HAND THE FINEST
HAVE Liquors and Cigars that the market
aflbrds
The AI J Fisher Brewing CDm ants
lfc > 37 < ate3L Boor
Always on Draught Fresh and Coot
q Any orders left with us for the above
BEER will receive prompt attention
TOMNEY HILLSTEAD Props
Telephone No 210
The Old Reliable
CAWORISTA BREWERY
Is again this year 1885 producing tho
Finest Lager Beer
IN TIlE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Bottled Beer a Specialty
Try it and be convinced I
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South Stteet
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I Salt Lake City
HENRY WACENER Propr
THE WYOMING
Hereford Association I
OF WYOMING
Have opened a SALES YARD at the place for
merly known as Pitts Gardens where can
always be found
HIGH GRADE AND THOROUGHBRED
E3 ere fords
FOR SALE
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GEO F MORGAN
General Jiau er
JHDArVEBS
T A x L o FL i
241 Opposite Walker House
Fit Guaranteed at 25
Made to Order
Suits house in the wost
per cent Cheaper than any house
Agent for Wanaker Brown
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I 1 AU TIONS AT BAMBER VVV
1 UCTJl01T
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I EVERY EVENING
PRIVATE SALE
Du1Qin the ay
A Large Consignment t
FROM EASTERN HOUSES
Jus < Ie C e i V ed
To be Sold Without Reserve
CONSISTING OF
Children and Boys Soils ranging from 2 Up I
I Mens Cassimere Suits f 5 Ii
Cassimere Pants 2
Coats c 3
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I Blue Flannel Business Suits at 7
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Merchant Tailor Misfits
CONSISTING OF
Fine Diagonal and Corkscrew
Pants and Suits 2
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ALSO A LOT OF
Havana and Domestic
CEGHS
By the Box or Thousand only
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Stock Now Ready for Inspection
IcNj Red Flag 2 Doors South of Postoffice
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lIIAIN STBEET
TiJ
WAGONS BUGGIES REAPERS PLOWS ETC
GEO A LOWE I
Salt lake City and Ogden Utah 1 f
a Ir r
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SCHUTTLER FARM FREIGHT W ACONS
AND FIRSTCLASS
C > pen and Top Buggies
WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES
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AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTSOF All KINDS
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DEDERICK HAY PRESSES
PRESSESBALING TIES AND BALING WIRE
Knowles Steam Pumps For all Purposes All Sizes Constantly in Stock
AMES PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
LEFFEL TURBINE WHEELS
SAW MILLS AND SHINGLE MILLS
Correspondence solicited Enquiries answered promptly
1
BAIN WAGON DEPOT I
HOWARD SEBREE COMPANY
Keep a Pull Stock of These Celebrated Wagons
Concord Buggies Spring Wagons
Oliver Chilled Plows Moline Plows
Casaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky Plow
CElA ION nrJACEINES
And a Full Line of Agricultural Good Hardwood and Waguu 1tttr1Isa
Specialty Call on or Address 9
HOWARD SEBREE COT
Salt Lake City or Ogdeu lJtaln
RAILROADS
THE CHICAGO
Milwaukee St Paul
RAILWAY COMPANY
The Last Built
Best Equipped
Shortest Line
BETWEEN
Council Bluffs i Chicago
AND
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ALL POINTS EAST I
The Scenic line I
OF TIlE WORLD
Denver Rio Grande J I
ESTEBN rI B I
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THE POPULAR
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Trans Continental Route II I I
BETWEEN
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Salt Lake Gnnnison Leadville
Pueblo and Denver I
At which latter points DIRECT CONNECTIONS
are made with trains for
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Kansas City Omaha Chicago
St Louis I
And Principal Points in the United States
and Canada I
Train leaves Salt Lake EVERY DAY at455 1 pm I
connecting with Central Pacific for the West
THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS TRAIN COM
I posed of the Celebrated Buffet and Sleep
ing Cars elegant flratolass Coaches and Emi
grant Sleeping Cars will leave Ogden dally at
1J30 am on arrival of train from San Fran I
cisco and Salt Lake City at 1055 am making
direct connection at Pueblo and Denver with I
trains for the East North and South
THE PACIFIC EXPRESS TRAIN from Den
ver Pueblo and Eastern points will arrive in
Salt Lake City at 450 pan and Ogdeu 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 VV ZEIooless
General Freight and Passenger Agent D 11
G Western Salt Lake City
W II BANCROFT Receiver
Utah Central R R
Passenger Trains leave Salt Lake Daily as fol
lows
GOING NORTH Atlantic Express at 800 am
GOING SOUTHExpress at 720 am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as
follows
FROM NORTH Atlantic Express at 751 pm
FROM SOUTHExpress at 640 pm
JOHN SHARP
Genl dupt
FRANCIS COPE
Gen Fst Pass Agt
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Sanpete V ey RaiIwy1 I
Trains leave daily as follows
Leave Moroni 900am
Arrive at Nephi 1100am
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 or
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
LEGAL NOTICES I
y X > > ta > x v X >
Notice to Creditors
I
Estate of JAMES WATSOX deceased
i TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE UN
I r dersigned administrator of the estate of
lames Watson deceased to 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 this notice to the said adminis
trator at the store of Tucker Wallace in Alta I
City Salt Lake County Utah
HENRY C WALLACE I
Administrator
Pate of first publication March 31 1885
ASSESSMENT NOTICES
Assessment Notice
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COTT HILL CONSOLIDATED MINING
SCOTT location of principal place of
business SaltJLake City Utah Territory Notice
is hereby given tliat at a meeting of the Board
of Directors held oju the 21st day of April 1885
un asse ment of one cent per share was levied
on the capital stockof the corporation payable
immediately to the Secretary at the office of j
the company 229 East Temple Street Salt Lake
City Utah Territory Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on Thurs
day the 21st day of May 1885 will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public auction
and unless payment is made before will be
sold on Saturday the 20th day of June 1885 to
pay the delinquent assessment together with
costs of advertising and expenses of sale
F K MORRIS Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 27tb 1885
I
Assessment Notice
C LVEIt MOUNTAIN MINING COMPANY
l location of principal place of business Salt
Lake City Utan Territory Notice Is hereby
given that at a meeting of the Board of Direc
J tors of said Company held on the 21st day of
April 1885 an assessment of five cents per
share was levied on the capital stock of the
Corporation payable immediately to the Secre
larv at tne olHce of the Company 229 East Tem
ple Street Salt Lake City Utah Territory Any
tock upon which this assessment shall remain
unpaid on Thursday the 21st day of May 1835
vslllbe delinquent and advertised for sale at
vublic auction and unless payment made be
lore will be sold on Saturday the 20th day of
3nue 135 to pay the delinquent assessment
together with COSti of advertising and ex
pensesof sale
I F K MORRIS Secretary
SLTLtJE CiTY UTAU April 27th 1885
MOUNTAIN ICE CO5 I
LG and 53 S WDND SOUTH STREET
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
XCE12
A la r be supply of ice of firstclass al
ways ouband
DLi13 Deli Veries
Poi mpthy attended to Come and see us
I v J HElL Jr Secretary
MEDiCAL
DE C W HIGGINS
Microscopic and Anal heal
JJijsieiaii l
I THE MOST RELIABLE SPECIALIST
Cures Fits in their worst forms and all Chrom
Diseases Seminal Weakness Syphylis ill nil
its forms Gonorrhoea Gloat and all diselH <
f ofa private and confidential nature Dr H bj
made these diseases a specialty for the pIn
fifteen years Dr II has been in this ciiv
for the luit thirteen years and in that tlino
has cured over 1000 of the above disease
Suffering friends dont delay call at once and
put youraclf under Dr IIs treatment
The knowledge of disease ir half
its Cure
Mary have been rescued from the grasp o
disease and death by my medicines who wen
given up as incurable by friends and physician
for the proof of this call and get thpir ad
dresses and see them for yourselves
COXSULTATIOX FREE Jjai5j7h given
away to the poor
DR H can be consulted dally at his
office NQ 272 Main St
To the Unfortunate
Dr P STEINHART
SPECIALIST
Can be consulted at his ofllceau Main Street
Room No I Union Block Salt Luke city
Has been treating the following diseases for
the last tcnt > five years in London Dublin
and San Francisco and hn been established in
Salt Lake City the last two years
For the treatment of Sexual Seminal dis
eases such as Gonorrluca Gleet Stricture
Syphilis in all its forms Seminal Weakness and
Impotency Loss of Manhood permanently
licnc
cured
Tne 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
Catarrh Tape worm and Files Suc
cessfully treated
1 f Consultation Free
OFFICE HOOKS from 9 a m to 6 p m
Sundays from 10 to 12 a m
PATENT NOTICES
Application for Patent
Notice No 1304
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
S VLT LVKE CITY UTAH April 9 1S85
VTOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIlE
NOTICE Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utan
its attorney in fact has made application for M
United States patent for the Huron Lode mining
claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining Dis
trict Salt Lake county Utah Territory consist
ing of 115J 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide
being Lot No 175 and described in the field
notes and pInt of the official survey on file in
this otlice with magnetic variation at 18 de
I grees 10 minutes east as follows Commencing
at post No 111 corner of the claim and running
thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 100 feet
I to post No 2 thence south 36 degrees ten min
utes west 1159510 feet to post No3 thcncu
I north 53 degrees 50 minutes west 100 feet to
post No 4 thence north 30 degrees 10 minutes
east 1159 510 feet to post No1 the place of be
ginning excepting and excluding from thin
above described urea so much thereof as is in
conflict with the Honey Comb mining claim
L t No 91 in the ame mining district the area
claimed being 41100 acres From the centre
of the northerly end line of said Huron Lodo
mining claim its discovery point bears south
35 degrees ten minute wet6J9 510 feet distant
and from its said discovery point U S mineral
monument No3 bears south 72 degrees 21 min
utes west 3270 110 feet distant 1 he said min
ing claim being of record in the office of the
Recorder of said mining district at Alta City
in Salt Luke county Utah The nearest known
locations being the Honey Comb Lot No 91 the
Laviuia Lot No 122 and the Ontario No 3 Lot
No 173 all being mining claims within said
mining district
I direct that this notice be published in the
I SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H MCMASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1306
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 1885
XtOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TJIE
NOTICE Flat Iinin and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick Its attorney in facfiqf
Salt Luke City Utah has made application far
a United States patent for the Zora Lode min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
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 171 and described in the field notes and plat
of the official survey on file in this otlice with
magnetic variation at 18 degrees 10 minutes
eaSt as follows Commencing the discovery
point of aid claim from which U S mineral
monument No3 bears south 75 degrees 1 min
ntcs west 3393 710 feet distant and running
thence north 16 degrees ten minutes east
559 510 feet to post No 1 the pointof beginning
of exterior bounds thence south 19 degrees 30
minutes west 174 710 feet to post No2 thence
south 36 degrees 10 minutes west 9V2510 feet to
post No3 thence north 53 degrees 50 minutes
wet 100 feet to post No 4 thence north 36 de
cries 10 minute east 1159 510 feet to post No
0 thence south 53 degrees 50 mlnutcH east 51
feet to post No 1 the place of beginning of ex
terior bounds containing an area of 257100
acre all of which is claimed The area in
conflict With the Lavinia miningclaim Lot No
122 is i 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 iii SuIt Lake County Ctah The nearest
known locations being the Lavinia Lot No 122
and the Lavinia Lot No 41 mininglclaims in l
baid mining district J
I direct that this notice to be published In the
SALT LAKE EVENINO DKMOCKAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
11 McMASTEII Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1305
UNITED STATES LAND OFHCE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 18S6
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE 1 Flat Mining and Milling Company
by MosCs Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a
United States Patent for the Ontario No 3 min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
District Salt Lake County Utah Territory con
I sisting of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
I
Lot No 173 und described In the field notes and
plat of the official survey on file in this office
with magnetic variation 181legrces minutes
east as follows Commencing at the discovery
point of said claim from which U S min
eral monument No 3 bears outh 73 decrees
41 minutes welt 3331 910 fee
grees distant and running thence north Sfi de
grees 10 minutes east C59 510 feet to the
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
I thence south SGdegreoslOmiuutes west 1159 510
feet to post No 3 thence north 53 degrees 50
minutes west 100 feet to post Xo 4 thence
north SG degrees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to
pOdtKolt thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes
east 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
vinia 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 uou mining district at Alta City in n Salt 1nUnn Lake
me ueareM MIUWU u iuiu
county UtIlUJUC UCIUC
being the Lavinia Lot So 122 and the Honey
Comb Lot Xo 91 mning claims in said mining
district
I I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim fur
II the period of sixty day
H cYSTER Register
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I KONXEIUJD FIELDING
Contractors Builders
I
PfiESSEI BRICK FROSTS A SPECIALTY
SaltIiake City Utah
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