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= SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY JUNE 5 1885 FIVE CENTS
HENLEYS CELERY BEEF IRON
USE
DR HENLEYS
Celery Beef and Iron
The Great Nerve Tonic
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Be sure and see that the name of Tut
hill Cox Co or the Celery Beef and
Iron Extract Co is on each bottle
BUSINESS CARDS
< s s sj ss f s r
rMlED ANDERSON REAL ESTATE BRO
lmm and Notary Public Rents houses col
lects rent and interest loans money at low
ratev makes out deeds mortgages etc Houses
and lots fur sale in nil parts of the city Office
in old Salt Lake House No trouble to show
prnpertic =
TOSI 2 AND 3 DH IIIGGINS CATARRH
i > Remedy is warranted to cure all cases if
direction are followed Office No 272 JSIaiii
Street
p ALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
V J doors north of Clift House and see Dr
Hissins the Microscopic and Analytic Physic
ian the Specialist before taking medicine of
anyone else All orders by mall promptly filled
Address Dr C W Higgins No 272 Muiu Street
Sslt Lake City Utah
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
B KEYSOH
J
Dec1ist
t Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
A S CIIAIMAX J I WIIYTOCK DDS
CHAPMAN WHYTOCK
CIIAPlLN
JcatiStS
Walker Opera House Anaesthetics adminis
tered
Telephone in office
T C NICHOLS
F S
COD tiSt
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
in i Office Anesthetics given
Af II BEDOLFE
1 I
Icic7i1 Enginccr
And United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Room 19 Commerce Block
I 0 Box 196 I
E 15 WILDER I
rvriz2i t Engicccr I
ND U S DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Ii Minim and underground ourveya with
drawings of same a specialty I
Office 139 Main street up stairs by Jones
Cos Bank
I
ASSAYERS
W A HODGES
y
Assayer
Under the Post Office Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
F M BISHOP
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161 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY UTAH I
Allxvork Carefully and PromptlyExccutcd
J McVICKEll
AssayorJ
Under McCornioks Bank Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
1 aVK FOOTE
8ssayor
13 O OlTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
1jQl City Personal attention given to all
ll1hill >
V G M STEWARD
Aasayor
10 r Socond South Street PO Box 419
Inder harljcr shop cnM of U P Ticket Office
J
ODD FELLOWS LODGES
T r I LOJGE NO 1 I O O FMEETS
I I o ihuradny ats p m in Odd Felt
4W s H I Union Block Salt Lake City Odd
ulw m good standing are invited to attend
J SEDORE N G
J J TIIOMA Secretary
JyVI LUCE LODGE NO 2 I O O F
It 1 Ih every Friday at 8 p m in Odd
Ftl 1 a Hall Union Block Odd Fellows in
PbJ Handing are invited to attend
S J CREIGHTON I G
J M IJAULINO
G Secretary
I OItTlX LODGE NO3 I 0 0 FMEETS
M Miry Monday at 8 p m in Odd Fel I
h Hull Union Block Odd Fellow in good
audu g are invited to attend
J T HALL N G
iot Is HYAMS Secretary
ftllHKLV LODGE NO 9 I O O FMEETS
1 imT Hry Wednesday at 8 p m in Odd Fel
C hail lTiou Block Vibitinc brothers
fcjlo AU Iconic THEO J BAKER N G
M CLAUK Secretary
u j r g i w MmB
INSURANCE
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE
THE LION FIRE INSURANCE CO
UI London England Capital and assets
4094993
ORIENT INSURANCE CO
Or I hartford Connecticut Capital and assets
159555034
r SHIIGTON F M INS CO
Orn ° i ton assets
> Massachusetts Capital and
1551850
a E J < > V A L
We have removed our
wocoryWe Feed Business
TO
o GO ttymaii Block
rrh Vh i3 We wm be pleased to meet our old
S
sand
tittiS f customers
tkfn
S action guaranteed to all who favor us
HUSBAND 4 WBO
l HROUGHOUT THE LAND
A Salutary Effect of the Whipping Post
in Delaware
Ferry Bros Will Pay 100 Cents on the
Dollar
Two Iowa Murderers Riddled with
Bullets
To JayJs Stocks md Finances
New YORK Juno 5Stocks were weak
during the first half hour showing a decline
of 3 i to but during the past thirty min
utes the losses have generally been recov
ered and quotations at 11 oclock were not
materially chansed from opening prices
Pacific Mail has been exceptional showing
considerable strength throughout the hour
and advancing 3 f Kansas and Texas broke
911 reports of a heavy decrease in the earn
ings This is semiofficially denied how
ever the stock sold as low as IGf
Bar silver 107 Stocks somewhat more
active prices weak during the past hour
led by St Paul and Union Pacific declines
are however fractional At noon the mar
hot was moderately active and heavy
The Wliippisig Post in Delaware
WASHINGTON June 5At the second days
meeting of the Conference of Charities and
Corrections the reports of several Southern
States noted quite a general reduction the
system of hiring out convicts and the
adoption of measures which had a tendency
to mitigate the evils of that system A re
port from Delaware noted a mitigation of
the severity of the whipping system blood
rarely drawn at present The whipping post
was in general favor with the people of
Delaware for the punishment of petty
offenses It was rarely found necessary to
administer a second whipping to the same
offender
A Hailroatl Strike JSudcd
CINCINNATI June 5The strike on the
Kentucky Central Railroad is virtually at an
end It only included the brakesmen and
freight conductors and has only had the
e ect of stopping freight trains The com
mittee of engineers who went to Richmond
to confer with General Smith of the Chesa
peake and Ohio which operates the Ken
tucky Central returned with the report that
they agree to accept the ten per cent reduc
tion proposed by the Chesapeake Ohio
upon being satisfied that the state of busi
ness juftified it
Francois Takes It Coolly
NEW Your June 4LouiB Francois of
Tenth avenue accused of killing his wife
putting her body in a bag and carrying it to
the river side to throw it in begged permis
sion before the Coroners inquest began yes
terday to go out and get a drink A police
man escorted him to the saloon under the
Coroners office and he drank brandy While
the jury were out he drew a short pipe from
his pocket lighted it and puffed away com
fortably until they returned with a verdict
against him Then he was committed to the
Tombs
Senator Ferry Paying1 at Par
GRAND RAPIDS Mich June Representa
tives of Eastern banks creditors of Senator
and Edward P Ferry have agreed to take
all their real estate in Michigan outside of
the E P Ferry Lumber Company at 8100
000 This wipes out most of the indebted
ness and time is given to Ferry to pay the
rest The property includes lumber lands
in Ottawa Muskegon Oceana and Newaygo
counties and city property in Grand Haven
and Montague Ii j erry says they will pay
everything at par
Murderers Middled With Bullets
MABSHALLTOWN Iowa June 5Fin and
Mans Rainsbarger were taken from jail at
El Dora fHardin county this morning by
a mob of seventyfive masked men and rid
dled with bullets They are brothers of the
two Rainsbargers now in Marshall county
jail here for the murder of Enoch Johnson
and were arrested yesterday for an alleged
attack on Dr Underwood who is prominent
in the Rainsbarger prosecution
Got Urliat lie JJidnt Go For
BOSTON June 4Mr David BSears who
lives at 57 Chestnut Square sawn man en
tering his chamber window this morning
Creeping toward the burglar for such he
was Mr Sears grappled with him and threw
him to the ground below a distance of two
stories The fellows leg was broken by the
fall Comrades were waiting for him on the
outside and they dragged him into an alley
way and all escaped
Icebergs and Ocean Steamers I
WASHINGTON June Accoidiug to the
records of the hydrographic office the I
amount of ice and the number of bergs
which have appeared in the direct path of
European steamers within a month is un
precedented The monthly map contains a
statement of the number of vessels injured
by collision with icebergs during the month
so far as heard from The list now numbers
twentyseven The ice has not appeared 1
south of parallel 41 nor east of degree 40
I
Coney IfclamVfc Big Elephant
NEW Yotfic June 4Yellow red and blue
paint was put on the Coney Island 175feet
high elephant during the winter It was
of Man
opened yesterday to a few friends
a erC ABradenburgh to see how it worked
Tie 31 rooms have been newly varnished
and they will be lighted by 23i electric lights
the
The elephant is the biggest thing on
Island
shore and it can be seen from Staten
down
to
satisfactory go
although it is more
and take a walk through it inside
I
Consul Honorably
Tile American
Acquittcd
WASHIXGTON June 5 Judge Mackey
has received the
father of Consul Mackey
from Rio de SulBrazil
I following cablegram
lIackev has been absolved
Consul Beckford y S
all honoiable citi
unanimously by a jury
Celebrate the event
zens
Signed THE CoMMITTEE OF CITIZENS
to thc Front
Again
Fred Archer
June 5The race for the Oakes
LONDON
Lord
was won by
stakes at Epsom today
The winner was
Lonely
CAdogan bay fi1iy who rode the succes
ridden by Fred rcher for the Derby Stakes
I ful horse in the Lord race Zett1ands bay filly St
Helena on Vedncsday second and Sir J Willoughbys
chestnut filly CSpolhna third
Haiiffcd in New Jersey
Sisco
5Sanford
HACKEKSACK N J June
was hanged this morning he confessed to haying
An the scaffold but insisted to the last
kiUed Abram Garner
that he had acted in selfdefense
peach Crop
A Light Delaware
A are
growers
June 5peach
VILMINGTON
at the great fall of young
becoming uneasy wet weather and fear
from
fruit the crop xesulting will be greatly curtailed
Business Failures
failures for
NEW YonK June 5Business compared with 206
5rt
the last seven days 2i3 as
last week
Meets ToBay
Thc cabinet has arrived
5Earl Spencer
ToN ov Juno Cabinet Council today
here and will attend the
day
MINISTER LOTimOPS FAREWELL
Full Text of Mis Patriotic Speech
Bcfeore the Michigan Legis
lature
DETEOIT June 5rhe following is a full
report of the speech of Minister Lothrop
addressed to the Legislature in joint session
yesterday afternoon
Leaving the State which is so dear tome
of which I have so many pleasant recollec
tions in which I have unbounded pride I
am turning my face away at the command
of the President of the United States to go
to a distant people It is one of the rules of
the United States that those in its diplo
matic service shall not discuss the matters
of the Government to which they are ac
credited While I remember that instruc
tion I think I shall not violate it if I refer in
a general way to those matters of interest
which pertain to that Government It
might well be expected that this great Gov
I ernment which dominates the North Amer
ican continent should bear some relation to
that other Government which is developing
I itself in so large a portion of Europe and
of Asia It is true the policy of that Gov
I ernment is
WIDELY DIFFERENT TBOJI OURS
I But this intelligent audience need not be
told that the world is becoming no longer a
j community of isolated governments but is
i sweeping together as a whole and every part
I of it feels the pulse and force of the great
stream of events Russia as well as the
I United States feels the impulse of civiliza
tion and they as well as we are moving
directly forward to the great common glory
of humanity Applause One hundred
I years is now pressed into a single day their
children may live to see institutions not un
like those which prevail hi both these grand
empires We have in our own time seen
THE EMANCIPATION OF SERFS
Which is a great step towards liberty There
are institutions lying at the bottom of the
I Government of Russia which assimilate very
strongly toward democracy Besides that
Russia is closely connected with the same
I commerce world that we feel in our pursuits
The products of the great steppes of Russia
with the products of your own great prairies
I of Dakota are felt in the common centre of
Mark Lane It cannot be far away nor
I remain far away where interests are thus
associated with ours In the very matter of
I currency her 15000000 of gold annually
the third productive power of the world is
I poured into and steadies our currency and
is the great life blood of our commerce But
I more than that there is one thing about this
great Government which above all things
interests you Almost from the beginning of
our intercourse the Empire of Russia has
been
A Finil AND FAST FRIEND OF THE REPUBLIC
Of the United States and ho who goes from
I here there or who comes from there here
should feel it his first duty to maintain and I
further that friendship Applause When
I was in Washington one of the Judges of
the Supreme Court of the United States told
me an anecdote which I found to be known
by others but new to me which I will relate
You remember at the very critical moment
in our rebellion the face of all western
Europe was cold if not hostile There was
a time when in this most critical period
that
THE CZAR SENT AN IMMENSE FLEET
I With sealed orders into American waters
Fortunately it turned out that there was no
occasion for the Russian fleet to act but
when those sealed orders were opened they
commanded that with the first hostile gun
fired against the Union they should open
their batteries in support of the Union
Loud and continued applause Friend
ship like that is not to be discarded Ap
plause Friendship like that is to be en
I couraged Applause And if it shall
I please God to give me an opportunity to
I further strengthen that friendship in the
name of the people of the State of Michigan
and the name of the good people of this
Union I shall do all that lies in my power
toward that end
After again expressing his thanks Mr
Lothrop adjourned to the executive parlors
where an informal reception was held
I mo
I Tlic SalJTrci ur Shortage
I WASHINGTON June firhe Secretary of
the Treasury today received a telegram
from J A Sample of the United States
Treasurers office at present engaged in in
vestigating the affairs of the Assistant
Treasurers office ot New Orleans reporting
that the shortage so far discovered in the
accounts of the mutilated currency and
United States notes deposited for re
demption amounts to 25000 It was also
reported that the redemption clerk J F I
Aufdemonte who is suspected of defalcation
has disappeared and efforts to arrest him
have proved unsuccessful In speaking of
the defalcation today the Treasurer said he
proposed to make a full and complete exam
ination of the affairs of the subTreasury
and to that end has stilt two clerks to New
Oilcans to assist Messrs Sample and Crog
gon now there The Treasurer says it is
possible that the total shortage may be in
creased tJ WOOl and intimates that
Aufdemonte is not the only person con
cerned in the transactions
I
Lnnlsdcns Opinion of tic Afgltan
Affair
VIENNA June 5 Yesterday Sir Peter
Lumsden arrived here and proceeded on his
journey to London In an interview he
said Col Alikhanoff had openly boasted to
the Afghans that had Russia wanted she
would have taken Herat and a great deal
more Sir Petter said Russia would never
have urged her absurd demands if she had
believed England was in earnest in resist
ing them
Chicago Quotations
CHICAGO June 5Wheat firmly held ex
cited higher SSM cash June90j6 July 92j6
92 August
Corn steady 4G7 cash June 45 July
45 August
° Oats firm 33M cash June and July 28
August
Whisky 115
I
Grants Condition ToBay
NEW YORK June 5Dr Douglas who re
mained at General Grants house all night
was once called to paint the patients throat
with cocoaiue The night however
the Doctor said was a good night in point
of rest and the General was feeling unusu
ally comfortable this morning
A 6 forgery on the part of a 30000
Salt Lake citizen is reported this after
noon
A telegram to Eecpiver W H Bancroft
from General Superintendent Kicker of
the D R G states that the bridge
superintendent informs him that he will
have trains crossing the Robideau bridge
by Monday evening Trains leaving here
Sunday evening will go through
Ji
Dr Henleys Celery Beef and Iron
cures Neuralgia and Nervous Headache
For a fashionable suit of clothes or
anything else in the tailoring line at
most reasonable prices go and talk to
H F CLARK
Old Herald building
IF
CALL at 55 Slain Street and examine
samples of Utah Soap
COAT OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First South Street
A DIPLOMATIC DAY
Important Measures in the House of
Commons This Afternoon
Gladstone Talks of the Afghan Arbitra
tion Scheme
Lumsden is Mad and Gives the True
Business Away
In Ole House of Commons
LONDON June 5ChilderS the Chancellor
of the Exchequer announced in the House
of Commons this afternoon that the extra
duty on spirits had been fixed at one shilling
per gallon This was a reduction he said
which would involve a loss to the public
revenue of 1500000 per annum The ad I
ditional duty on beer the chancellor said
would be retained until May lath 1886 and
no other changes in the budget would be
made
The Marquis of Hartington War Minis
ter in answer to inquiries said the govern
ment hoped it would be unnecessary to de
tain the Guards at Alexandria much longer
but that it was impossible at present to fix a
date for their departure
Gladstone stated that Russia and England
had come to an agreement concerning the
points of difference between them which
were to be referred to arbitration He also
stated that the governments of the two
countries have likewise agreed upon arbi
tration but as the person chosen for arbi
trator has not yet been formally asked to
accept he was unable to say further on the
subject
Dhe Results of thc Earthquakes
LONDON June 5An official dispatch from
Serinagur gives the number of killed and
wounded by the earthquake there on Sun
day and Monday last as follows Killed 87
I wounded 100 Official reports have not
been received from other points the valley
I of Cashmere affected by the earthquake
I shocks and until they cometo hand the full
extent of the calamity cannot be known
The unofficial reports however are of such
an alarming character as to make it more
than likely that the earthquake will prove
I even more disastrous in its effects than the
first dispatches stated Whole cities and
towns in the vale aro spoken of as de
I destroyed and the absence of definite news
is attributed to the demolition of the tele
graph lines in a general wreck and chaos
I In consequence the magnitude of the
calamity and the number of killed and
I wounded are left for the imagination
KalJir iitjr the Suca Canal
PARIS June firhe Suez Canal Company
at its meeting yesterday unanimously ap
proved the proposition to empower the
I directors to borrow 2000000 for the pur
pose of enlarging the canal
Cholera Killing off the Spaniards
MADRID June 5Ihe cholera is increas
ing at Valencia Fortyfive per cent of those J
attacked die
WOMEN AT THE TYPEWRITER
ztges Paid and the Chances of
< cttiiig Employment
Boston Globe
Yes I suppose typewriting is a pretty
good business for a woman said a lady
operator As in every other business
the success of each operator depends on
herself and the compensation is a mat
I ter of agreement between each employe
and employer for we have not yet be
come numerous enough to have any
powerful Typewriter Operators Union
There are very fow places where they
engage anybody simply for the purpose
of operating the typewriter Most of the
large firms employ stenograpliQrs who
turn out their notes and do such other
copying as may be required of them on
the writing machine Speed and accuracy
vary according to experience and natural
aptitude It is the speed and accuracy
that determine the salary principally but
of course not in all cases For instance
in many business houses the general
manager or whoever dictates the letters
talks them off in a rather slow deliber
ate manner and consequently no very
great degree of shorthand speed is re
quired in taking letters and there being
comparatively few letters to write out
speed in manipulating the typewriter is
not essential But in such places they
are usually very particular as to the gen
eral knowledge the amanuensis possesses
of the business of the house Neatness
is one of the most valued qualities that
an operator can have and I might also
add one of the rarest
What salaries are usually paid to lady
operators Z
They range all the way from S to 15
I or more per week replied the lady
There are not many who receive more
than 15 however that is jvery good pay
when you come to compare it with what
is paid to shop girls clerks telegraph
operators and others I dont believe
I that any class of women are paid so high
on the average as those amanuenses who
combine a knowledge of stenography
I with ability to operate the typewriter It
may be that bookkeepers and com I
positors are paid as high although I do
not think that even they are
But are there not a good many opera
tors who do not work on salary Z
There are about a dozen or fifteen
typewriter operators men and women
in Boston who do more or less copying
but I only know one or two persons who
attend exclusively to copying or taking
dictation The latter kind of work re
quires a superior degree of skill in
manipulating the machine to simple
copyin of written or printed matter
Those who take dictation find their
patrons almost wholly in shorthand re
porters vho usually find that it pays
better to dictate their stenographic notes
to a typewriter operator at a rate of
speed varying from forty to sixty words a
minute than to waste time and strength
in personally writing out notes at an out
lay of perhaps treble the time and I
labor I
laborHow much money can be made at
that kind of work 1
I should say that those parties who
have a good supply of dictation work can
easilyaverage 1 an hour The work is
very hard at times requiring one to begin
early in the morning and continue until
beyond midnight sometimes even until
other workers begin the new days
laborsHow does the business in Boston com
pare with elsewhere
I dont claim t < J be entirely familiar
with the typewriting business in that
I regard hut I should say that Boston does
I not compare with New York or some of
the Western cities It is a comparatively
I new industry and has not made such
I rapid headway in conservative Boston as
I in other places There are about 1500
typewriters actually in use in Boston
and the number is steadily increasing It
I gives profitable employment to many
young men and young women who would
otherwise be without remunerative work
I
A SLICK IDAHO POSTMASTER
How a JThicviiisr Nasby Contrived
to RoT Uncle San
POUTLAND Ogn June 5The Oregonians
Lewiston Idaho special says Isaac Hibbs
was appointed postmaster at Lewiston in
March 1881 Last January the registered
mail pouch was robbed Official investiga
tion developed nothing and the affair was
eventually forgotten On May 2d last Hibbs
leftfor an alleged silver mine on the Upper
Columbia The Postal Inspector alarmed at
his continued absence investigated the
affairs of his office and found that Hibbs
had been writing receipts for a large number
of registered mail packages
DESTINED FOT FICTITIOUS NilTES
in the different post offices supplied from
Lewiaton
The modus erandi was as follows
Lewiston is a mail distributing point for a
large number of offices in Northern Idaho
and Eastern Washington Hibbs would
issue money orders for fictitious names at
these offices draw in favor of the bank in
the town where the orders were payable
and the customary letters of advice were
forwarded to the paying postmaster He
then wrote to the banks that he would
shortly visit the town enclosed the money
order and requested the bank to cash them
and
PLACE TilE AMOUNT TO HIS CREDIT
On deposit until he arrived Later he wrote
to the bank that he could not make the con
templated visit and requested that the draft
for the amount of money on deposit be
returned by registered mail to the fictitious
name attached to the money orders and
always at some office whose mail passed
through Lewiston The drafts arrived bv I
registered mail and Hibbs signed the ficti
tious names returned the receipt cards and
the transaction was completed Money
orders are limited to 300 in favor of one
person but with forethought and judicious
distribution of dates and places an opening
offers through which
AN UNSCRUPULOUS POSTMASTER COULD BANK
BUrT THE UNITED STATES
I
The amount of defalcation exceeds 20000 I
and is expected to reach 50000 an amazing i
moderation considering the opportunities
The Postal Inspector says the robberies
will necessitate the authorities reorganizing
ihe money order system of the United States
and elsewhere
THE SCHEME IS SURPRISINGLY SIMPLE
And officers are surprised that it was never I
thought of and worked before John Evans
cashier of the First National Bank William
Keltonbach cashier of the Lewiston Na
tional Bank Alexander Thiessen and Wood
worth were his bondsmen for 8000 Alex
ander and Thiessen were secured before
Hibbs left Hibba was last seen May 80th
at the second crossing of the Canadian
Pacific taking in Missoula and Helena and I
I gathering the drafts ordered sent there I
CI
FOR LOVE OF GLADSTONE
The CxarVcccptod the Eiisrlisii Pro
posals to Sicfcat the Tories
LONDON June 4It is asserted in some
quarters in St Petersburg that Russias ac
ceptance of the English proposal was due
to the Czars friendship for the British cab
inet and his desire to do nothing which
would hazard a return of the Tory party in
England to power The concession of Marn
chak and Zulfikar to Afghanistan it was
represented would strengthen the Liberals
who are regarded as more friendly to Rus
sia The Czar expects to visit the King of
Denmark some time this summer
The Liberals scoff at the Tories and assert
sert tht had the negotiations been in the
hands of the Tory statesmen the country
would in all probability have been plunged
in a disastrous and probably uinous war
which in the end would probably have been
fruitful of no better results than those obtained
tamed through what they characterize as
Mr Gla stones masterly diplomacy They
argue that the concession of Mamchak and
Zulfikar to Afghanistan obviates the neces
sity of any third powers arbitration and
virtually settles the boundary question The
jiberal organs contain copious articles com
mendatory of the settlement reached and
all are highly eulogistic of Mr Gladstone
and his colleagues These papers urge government
rnment to abandon the arbitration scheme
and settle the remaining questions by direct
negotiations
I
SALVATION IN TIlE SOUTH
A Tidal Wave of Keli ion Strikes
Atlanta fta
ATLANTA June Religious excitement
e lipsing anything of the kind ever known I
here before has been manifest this last
week It had its rise in the meeting of the II
Young Mens Christian Association The
sessions of that body were attended by all I
the magnates of business and fashion in the I
city They were welcomed by Chief Justice I
Jackson and a prominent place on the stage
was held by Governor McDaniel The
proposition to build a 75000 house was I
made which was afterward taken up in I
secular circles and today the cash subscriptions
scriptions have swelled to 5000 While I
this excitement was up tho Methodists induced
duced Rev Dr Muuhall of Missouri to re
main over and conduct a series of meetings
as if by wildfire the heat spread and the
social circles of the city hitherto engaged I
in progressive euchre and the german bepan
to quote Bible texts and one after another j
the announcement of the conversion of j I
noted men added fuel to the flames Go j
where you will there is nothing talked of
but the souls salvation I
MEDICAL I I
Dr FOOTE Senior
Of 120 Lexington Avenue New York
tcrcby cautions tlC public NOT to
Employ or Communicate with a
man stjlin 7liimsclf Dr Foot Jr
without making clue inquiry
This man came to Salt Lake City representing
himself as the son of Dr E B Foorn ot New
York the well known specialist as abundantly
proved by affidavits As rumors came into Salt I
Lake City from Dakota and Montana from an
expose made there he changed his base and
represented himself as theson of a more noted
specialist in New York City than Dr E B
FOOTE the well known author Mr JOHN F
Tnow of the well known Trows Directory in
New York City forty years in the directory
business ExGovernor FRANK FiLLER of Utah
and the Hon ABUAM WAKEMAS or many years
Postmaster in New York City also Surveyor of
the Port cave their affidavits that there are no
other doctors in New York by the name of FOOT
or FOOTE excepting Dr E B FOOTE the author
of Medical Common Sense etc and his two I
I ous Dr E B FOOTE Jr and Dr HUBERT T
FOOTE The genuine Dr FOOTE Jr will here
i after always employ the initials EB in desig
nating his name Heretofore he has been
II known not only at home but wherever his pub
lications have been circulated by the name of
Dr FOOTE Jr Greater care will be taken here
i after in view of the fact that an unprincipled
I j person has assumed to profit by his and his
i fathers reputation
I I Those desiring further and more detailed in
formation in respect to this matter will receive
I formation Box 411 Salt lake City Utah
r Persons having information of advantage to
plaintiffs will kindly communicate the same to I
J W Ivey with Sutherland < 5 McBride Salt
Lake City I
Those desiring to consult Dn POOTE profes
sionally or to order remedies should address
either
Dr E B FOOTE Sror Dr E B FOOTE Jr
120 JLcxiiijrtoii Ave New York
Consultation Free In person or by letter
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Drugs Assayers Material and Toilet Articles
Druggists Sundries
Surgical InstrUD1ents Etc Etc
Ever Brought to this Market
We are Agents for all the Leading Lines of Goods we carry and can offer Better
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Entire Drug Stores Furnished at Five Days Notice
We are Never Undersold
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Our friends and patrons are cordially invited
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