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MO MAHCH SO 1885
COUPLE
A SEWLYUARRIED
Husband Who Could Not B <
A Young Trifled With
left tho train at the Union de
couple
A Jefferson avenue yesterday
walked up
potnud She had long curls and a pink
tcrdar sash and he had a
dress and a yelloW his ears off a button
sawing
10111 collar and a pair of new boots
bouquet small
hole and one SIze too
frcEfll h greased vilked two blocks whcn they
meyliadhlt sIttIng on a box 111 front
caui to 11 and man as lie caught sight of them
of a store 8 over his face lIke molasses
a grin crept a slungl
out on
s readinlT us I spose 1 queried the
pGrintng at halt
he can e to a
YOung num frankly uS replIed the other
Yes I110St to death to see us
yOU
IITickles dont it
take hold of hands
It does can see us feed
Kou imagine you
And yoU caramels cant you 1
holhcr
lug cadlother
11 jnl shake all over at the way we
gaWP And around you and l cep our months open
Thats Ine Im not purty and
Welt VwUi this is me cultivated between the
c11tlyt1
I havent been nor fertilized > I aint
hilled
up
rows nor stnJlfed and the old man
what YOU call worse nldo < but it
cent
looks 20 per minute to jam you
a
ront feet take into lIlC over the ground I I told Lucy I
fercn the first man who
begin on
to u v I
l Sdcrofseyedatus Q1 and you arc the
tJed v Prepare to be pulverized
iJ lJegpardonbut I didnt mean
qgpardOfl
Ifes you did Lucy hold my hat
while I mop him
< > yhoId OllSay
iftook the middle of the street like
If tok t up
took
and the young man
arunawav horse
him but it was no use After a race
niter who grinned gained
block the man
of a short and
the other stopped
that
so fast Stretching
went back to his girl and his hat Stretch
ing forth his hand to the innocent maiden
remarked
Luc clasp on to that and if you let
for the next two hours even to wipe
go nose Ill never call you by the sacred
your Detroit Free Press
ined name of wife I
The Sew Diplomatic Appoiutni uts
Save under exceptional circumstances
personal changes in the diplomatic corps
of any nation have largely lost importance
pince the connection of all the principal
countries of the world by electric telegraph
has enabled instantaneous communication I
and their
tion between foreign MinistetS I
home governments This is particularly
the case with the United States The I
ocean cables to Europe and Central and
South America and the rapid intercourse
now possible with Mexico by railroad as I
well as wire have abridged the discretion
and therefore the responsibility and the
consequence of our diplomatic delegates
What we may term their ornamental
functions have not been lessened j and
with the growth of travel and commerce
among nations their minor caresof a
social nature of collecting and transmit
ting intelligence not strictly diplomatic
in character and of helping individual
citizens in various wayshave largely in
creased But their importance in the
more serious dealings of nation with na
tion such as for an extreme illustration
involve war or peace has shrunk very
much
President Cleveland yesterday displaced 1
iour Ministers of the first class Messrs
lowelV Morton Kasson and Morgan
irwiave been serving President Arthur
in Great Britain France Germany
and Mexico and nominated Messrs
Phelps Mclane Pendleton and Jack I
Eon in their stead There have
been times when such a change would I
suggest on the face of it by the new
names the lines of foreign policy if there
are new ones on the part of a new admin 1
istration and public discussion would run
in that direction This is not so now for
everybody knows that no Minister of the i
Vnited States anywhere in the world is so
Fitnated that he cannot communicate at
once with the State Department at Wash
ington in any emergency and be guided I
from day to day by minute directions
adapted to the shifting phases of the
case Public discussion of these I I
ippointments yesterday applied I
tslf therefore mainly to personal criti
on of the new Ministers as representa
tires of the dignity of our country its
manners and morals the tone of its civil
zatiqn We print a large number of in
terviews on the subject with all kinds of
intelligent people in this city and its vicin
tty With the exception of groaning and
grumbling among politicians their gon
cral drift is very favorable and compli
mentary
President Cleveland and of course Sec
retary Bayard also show in these appoint
ments of any political clique
or faction The new Ministers all are of
mature age high character and acknowl
edged abilities and acquirements Two of
them Messrs McLane and Jackson
have served as foreign Ministers before
and of these Gov McLane has had a din
Jomatic experience unsuroassed in merit
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and variety by that of any other member of
the party in power The qualifications of
Mr Pendleton to represent the country
most honorably have been too often and
too lately extolled by the Herald to need
any fresh recital of them and Mr Phelps
certainly will carry to the mission in Lon
don an acuteness of reasoning and a soli
dity o yldgment 1 greatly needed there in
the dealings between Great Britain and
the tnited States
lV tllOlefore welcome tljo coding dip
Jornalsts lint fn speeding the parting
ones It would = be ungracious were we not to
Hnoyled riiatin nany particulars they
have displayed merits whichwilf t their
successors to a desirable test We have
KWa during the residence of Mr
Im l well in London and Mr Kasson in Ber
lintocrilicise
c ticiBe the for trans
actimcJ8e one severely I
it in the matter of arbitrary arrests I
der the Crimes othjr
Baar5vfn irimes act > and the
fetence Sharply for his share in the Congo Con
crence j but we ilavo not overlooked other
to natter5 the in which they have done honor
been Arntn Mr Morton in France has
liearifh Minister whose departure will be
ea
beartiiy regretted and Mr Morgan in
Sexico has n so Blameless and so ac
Cll1phshed a diplomatist that if our for
of elg f that Ber1Ce were organized on the plan
not ii of European countries he would
lerai4 I dropped but transferred Y
+ 1 March 24th
The Power of Ridicule
the A prOfessor in YasSar College says that
steady managers are really alarmed by the
fivl falling off in PuPils during the
Past fie
a littin years The number now is only
more than half that of 1876 The
cause
itSelfP isnt any Deterioration of the college
arne nffi the Professor for it is the
is that noble V school as ever The trouble
fun at Vassar has become a thing to poke
are miV Half the new jokes about gIrlS
put upon Vassar students Their do
lngs nd the are vn ridiculed exa gerated falsified
for feminine VlIJ name of Vassar is a synonym
foolishness The conse
like quence to ia that girls are beginning to dis
on + i
to Bee go there > I wouldnt be surprised
years morn tU doors of the college shut in five
The
trs Will h idone1t newspaper paragraph
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GRAFTS CRITICAL CONDITION
A Kcstlcss NIght and Alarming
Srmptomsff Cant Stand it
I am Going to Die
NEw YORK J March 29Tue usual week
ly consultation on General Grants cond
tion was held today Doctors Barker
Sands Shrady and Douglas being present
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The irritation of the nose which had pro <
duced a train of symptoms which induce
the family to send for the physicians last
night had been relieved so that the Gen
eral had a sleep of four hours from
3 to 7 oclock and naps of more or lesB
duration during the morning makin
seven or eight hours sleep during the las
twentyfour At the consultation tin
General presented a much improved ap
pearance Tonight he was free from
pain and reasonably free from the annoy
ing discharge which had troubled the <
family last night
NEW YORK March 30From the Tri
june Monday Dr Shrady said after
midnight Dr Douglas called for me
bout 130 oclock Sunday niornin
when pa the way to General Gran
where he had been summoned by ames
enger a short time before I W dressed
hastily and in a few moments was rapidly
driven to the house of the General
Upon arriving there we found the family
ip and alarmed at the symptoms devel
oped soon after Dr Douglas had left the
patient n few hours before There was
10 indication after the General had
one to bed and before Douglas had
tarted for home that there would be
any change for the worse within a short
eriod At 2 a m when we saw the
General he was much distressed while
he was dozing there had been an accu
mulation of phlegm in the rear of the
lasal passages and he was awakened by
a L sense of suffocation and difficulty of
reathing > The patient became appre
tensive at the sudden development of
new symptoms that were attended with
a L prospect of serious results and wanted
an explanation of the trouble he consequently
equently desired the presence of
his physician and we were sent for
Ye immediately made an examination
of the throat and found the palate considerably
iderably swollen and the throat inflamed
and congested more than usual The anodyne
dyne > he took before going to bed was
given in separate doses but in conse
quence of the existing irritating substance
the throat as well as the distress caused
bv > the inflammation the anodyne failed I I
t o have its proper effect and he was una
ble > to sleep The patient got up from the
bed > when he felt the distressing situation
Upon awakening he sat in an easy chair
Latcr the General had four hours sleep
One physician was present with him all
the time during his sleep and strict
Iatch was kept of every movement but
there was an entire absence of anything
to occasion any further treatment The
Generals family remained up all night
long and it was a night of suspense to
them They were much relieved how
ever when the spasmodic attack had
been subdued and they were
ssured that there was no occasion for fear
of any return of the bad symptoms
Vhen the General awoke at 7 a m he
partook of a small amount of liquid food
hich he was able to swallow without
I distress and during the twelve hours
after 2 a n the patient had between
even and eight hours sleep It was of
course artificial sleep induced by an
nodyne At 9 45 p m the General re
quested that a dispatch be sent to Dr
ouglas asking him to come and see him
The patient was not alarmed but wanted
to have his physicians near him He was
not in a critical condition and there was
nothing to warrant the message but he
simply requested they be sent for and
Dr Douglas remained with the General
all night in accordance with the patients
wishes Before the General went to bed
his throat was treated with the anodyne I
given The prospects were at the last
account that the General would have a
good nights rest and that his condition I
j would be much improved Harrison the
Generals servant told a member of the
I household in the afternoon that when the
Ii General struggled out of bed he said to
him in a matteroffact way I cant
stand this Harrison I am going to die
Tonight General Grant became anxious
to see the doctors and they arrived at his
house after 11 oclock They found the
patients throat much better than at the
consultation although there was still
slight congestion The doctors dreised
I it gave the General another anodyne and
put him to bed They remained with the
General all night and Dr Shrady will
stay tomorrow night Physicians are in
the house to allay the Generals own ner I
vousness and calm the anxiety of the
family
I
Central American Affairs
I
Sx JUAN Del Sur via Galveston
March 30General Preston in Colon
refused to dispatch the outward mails to
Carlagna sent through the British con
sulate and National Postal Agency The
mail bags were returned to Panama yes
terday General Correoso the new Sec
retary of War was arrested by General
I A J Pura to whom Correosa had carried
peace proposals The rebel general ex
cused his conduct by saying that Correoso
had brought no credentials to him The
rebel camp at Naranjo near Buena Ven
tura has surrendered Bayaca left
Buena Ventura for Panama yestetday
The United States steamer Wachusetts
guard on the railroad his been removed
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Good Wholesome Meal S
For S3 Cents iI i I
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORD
D J Griffiths Prop
No 26 MARKET STREET
KELLEY BROTHERS
Manufacturing
Stationers
BLANK BOOKS
BOOKBINDING and PAPER RULING
Main Street first door north of Jones Bank
up stairs Salt Lake City Utah
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1 Mr and Mrs DAVENPORTS
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BESS AND CLOAK MAKING PARLORS
DRESS a firstclass
CLOTHES CLEANING
Establishment for ladles and gentlemens
clothing Having been in business in Los An
geles Cali and Eastern cities we are thorough
artists in our line and are prepared to give en
tire satisfaction to our customers
No 30 W Third South street Denhaltcrs
new building
ICLOSING OUT B
REGARDLESS OF COST
Our Entire Stock of
SHIRTS UNDERWEAR
HOSIERY NOTIONS
And the Most Complete Stock of
r EW E1 LFI yo
Ever brought to the Territory
BAMBERGER Co
Two Doors South of Poatoffice
EAWKES BROS
BUTCHERS
Fresh Meats of all Kinds
Saussage a Specialty
204 s First East St Salt Lake City
J DAVIES
T JL X H O FL
Walker House
241 Opposite
Guaranteed at 25
Suits Made to Order FIt house in the west
than any
per cent Cheaper
Agent TVanaker k Brown
TIIE I
Chicago Milwaukee I
AND
ST PAUL
RAILWAY COMPANY I
The last Built Best Equippec
AND
SHORTEST LINE
BETWEEN
COUNCil BLUFFS
AND
C ii I CAGC >
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
The Scenic Line
OF THE WORLD
Denver Rio Grande
VVESTERN E B
THE POPULAR
Trans Continental Route
BETWEEN
Salt Lake Guimison Leadville
Pueblo and Deuyer
U 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 DAYnt455 pm
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
J30 am on arrival of train from San Fran
isco and Salt Lake City at 1055 am making
dIrect connection at Pueblo and Denver with
aitIs 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 pm and Ogden at 610
pm making direct connection with the Cen
ral Pacific train for San Francisco and the
P nolfic Coast
LOCAL TRAINS leave Salt Lake for Ogden a
805 am
Leave Ogden at 510 pm and arrive in Salt
Lakc at 700 pm
Leave Salt Lake daily for Bingham at 725
im Returning arrive nt Salt Lake at415 pm
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Salt
ake dally except Sundays at 500 am arriving
riving at Pleasant Valley Junction at 435 pm
letunung leaves Pleasant Valley Junction at
700 am arriving at Salt Lake at 600 pm
s 7R 3E2cclos
Jeneral Freight and Passenger Agent D R
G Western Salt Lake City
W II BANCROFT Receiver
I Jtali Central E E
Passenger Trains leave Salt Lake Daily aX fol
low
lowGOING
GOING NORTH Atlantic Express at SOO am
GOING SOUTH Express at 720 am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as
follows
FROM NORTH Atlantic Express at 751 pm
FROM SOUTH Express at 640 pm
JOHN SHARP
Genl Supt
FRANCIS COPE
Geul Fgt Pass Agt
Sanpste Valley Railwy
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Trains leave daily as follows
Leave Moroni 900 am
Arrive at Nephi 1100 am
1200 m
Leave Nephi
Arrive at Moroni 2CO pm
Stapes connect at Moroni for all parts of San
Pete and Sevier
Private teams and spring wagons can be ordered
to be ready on
dered by telephone at Nephi
arrival of trains at Moroni Price 4 per day
driver paying all his own expenses
S BAMBERGER Manager
Pioneer Fruit F Packing House of Utah 1
FRED c YNCBERC
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
tn D TT rrriC4 I
tU jkpH I
Oysters Fish and Game
Nos 44 and 46 First South Street
Great Western
TRUNK FACTORY 1 1
Salt Lake Ci1y
JOHN nflANNJNC Prop
Salesrooms No C4 E Second South St factory
NosSIS and 21U First East Street
With increased facilities I am now prepared
the trade the finest assortment of
to
I to offer
foundbetween Chicago and San
Trunks to be
An
Francisco at prices that defy competition
mvince
inspection of my stock and prices will C
most skeptical
the salesrooms can always be found a large
At varied my assortment of Trunks from the Toy
and ele
including
Trunk to the Mammoth SaratogaIncludin
Satchels and valises of every desired pat
gant at wholesale or retail Theatrical Trunks
tern Specialty I AH XEVEK UNDERSOLD
JOHN MANNING
I
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Established 18C9
KAHN BROS
and Reliable Wholesale and
The well known
Retail
GROCERS
Dealers will find it to their ADVAN
TAGE Country to send their orders to the above firm
In the
ELctai1 Departnent
The FRESHEST and BEST Goods are kept In
Stock
KAHN BEOS
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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DWYBES
I NEW BOOK STORE I
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Is the only FirstClass I
Book and Stationery Establishment
In the city where evcrythingjin the
BOOK AND STATIONERY LIN
Can be had
Everything FirstClass
AND AT
I2Qwet Prices
Call and be convinced at
76 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
New JEWELRY Store
148 MAIN STREET
Entire New Stock
OF
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GOLD LVD SILVER WATCHES CIIAIXS
KISGS LACE PISS
Jfarblc Bronze Ebony and Walnut Clacks
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
Remember all my goods are new and of the
Latest Styles
Jewelry manufactured to order at short no
tice Please call and examine my tock and prices
L HOLLANDER
The Old Reliable
CAllFORIA BREWERY
Is again this year 1585 producing tho
Finest Lager Beer
JV TIlE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Bottled Beer a Specialty
Try it and be convinced
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South Stteet
Salt lake City
HENRY WACENER Propr
M B SOWLES II M MILLER
SOWLES MILLER
General Dealers in the
WHIT
Sewing Machines
Orders by Mail will Receive Prompt
Attention
NEEDLES PARTS AND EXTRAS ALWAYS
OV HAND
> n v fiict Smit St bait iaice cay
39 w First Soutu L A VHJ
E OAL
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Rock Spring
Weber
Red Canyon
Pleasant Valley
All tho coals in the market and the very best
of each
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A J GUNNELL Agent
OFFICE Wasatch Corner
YARDUtah Central Dcp
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
u < Machine Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHINISTS
73 75 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers of Furnace Mining and
Machinery Mining Cars and Car
Milling Wheels Slag Pots Burs and Pans for Sampling
and
fills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing
Work
Cresting and all kinds of Builders Iron
including Ornamental Columns for front and
Interior Supports
Orders promptly filled and all work guar
anteed
R R Exchange Hotel
OPPOSITE U C DEPOT
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
B F Whittemore Prop
Firstclass Board and Room Accommo
dations
Board and Room 1 150 3 2 per Day
Restaurant open at all hours
naEA S 2S CENTS
WITH FIPSTOAS3 GOODS
THE BAR IS STOCKED
I I MARSHALS SALE
TO AN EXECUTION TO ME
PURSUANT the Third Judicial District
i directed Territory by of Utah shall expose at
Court of thc the front door of thc County
Public Sale at in the city of Salt
House
Court Territory
of Salt Lake and
Lake county the 2d day of April 1885 at 2
of Utab on
the following described property
oclock p m
county Utah Territory to
Lake
in Salt
fItuated 66 Sixty
Block
Lot 5 Five in nv i
vit A part OL a
Beginning
Lake City survey
six llat Ah Salt of said Lot and run
I at the southeast corner rods thence north 5
west 10 ten
ning thence east 9 nine rods thence
five rods thence thence west l3 one and
north 5 five rods thence north 7 seven rods
onehalf rods rods thence
two and abal
thence east 2K eild
rods to the place of begin
south 17 seventeen M J half of Lot 6 sIx in
S Also the west 4 A fikS
ninll Plat A Salt Lake City
Block 66 Together sixtysix with all and singular the
survey horeditamenta and appurtenances
tenements beloneins or in anywise appertain
thereunto thelnlldlnzs thereon and machin
thebuildinS
1 ing and all the enginls and fixtures In and
and en nes
lVnnVowtth said buildings To be sold as
connected with and Machine
Late Foundry
Salt
the property of the et 01 at the snit 01 the Des
1 chine National Company Bank etc Terms of sale CASH
eret E A IRELAND U S Marshal
Da ed March 11 16S5
e
DR PI STEINHART
SPECIALIST
KOKMER PARTNER OP
DR MINTIE SAX FRANCISCO
No 261 Main Street
Opposi e Overland House in Union Block
Room No 1 First Floor =
Can be consulted daily from 9 oclock to 1
oclock am and from 2 to 530 oclock pm
Sundays from 10 am to 12 m He has had
twentyfive years experience in the special
treatment of all Venereal Sexual and Chronli
Diseases Syphilitic or Mercurial Affections of
the Throat Skin or Bones NERVOUS DEBILITY
Impotency and Lost Ianh od Exhausted Vital
ity Seminal Weakness Spermatorrhoea Par
alysis and all the terrible effects of SelfAbuse
youthful follies and excesses in matnrer years
Nocturnal Emissions the effects of which an
various maddening and destructive to both
body and mind and unless cured will termiu
ite fatally The presence of the disease causes
a continual consciousness of a slow and frad
aal decay of the power of body and mind with
loss of manly power and vigor defective mem
pry heart aflections loss of sight noises in the
head and ears confusion of ideas aversion to
society excessive prostration trembling of the
hands and limbs consumption marasmus and
Ultimate derangement of the mind The will
power becomes so weak that the person seems
to lose control of himself and cannot look one
square in the face It also causes Dyspepsis
ind Indigestion with Heart and Kidney
Diseases
apcnVurm Expelled in 24 Hours
Piles Treated and Successiuiiy Cured
Consultation at the office is FREK and invited
borough examination and advice including
fuwlvsia of urine 3 All correspondence
= muiy I onftOeutjal
1272 Main streer Three Doors North oi
Clift House
DR C W HIGGINS
Microscopic and Analjtical
Physician
1 MOST REIME SPECIALIST
Cures Fits in their worst forms and all Chronic
1 Diseases Seminal Weakness Syphylls in all
its forms Gonorrhoea Gleet and all diseases
ofa private and confldcntlalnature DrHhas
made these diseases a specialty for the past
fifteen years Dr H has been in this pity
for the past thirteen years and in that tlmo
has cured over 1000 of the above diseasoa
Suffering friends dont delaycall at once and
put yourself under Dr Hs treatment
The knowledge of disease is half
its Cure
Many have been rescued from the grasp ot
disease and death by my medicines who were
given upns incurable by friends and physicians
for the proof of this call and get their ad
dresses and see them for yourselves
CONSULTATION FREE Jmlfrp given
alcay to the poor
DR H can be consulted daily at his
office NO 272 Main St
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION
NO 1932
LAND OFFICE AT SJT LAKE CITY
March 16th 1S85
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
r N I followingnamed settler hasifiled notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim and that said proof will be made bo
re the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake
I It v on Saturday Anril 13th 1SS5 viz James
S luy Gran OIL OJiiuiuuj Homestead pL entry No 3677 for the
N E K Sec 3 Tp 4 S R 2 W I
lIe 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
UtahII MCMASTER Register
BIRD < t LOWE Attorneys for Appl
Notice for Publication
No 1934
U S LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY March 201885
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE named settlers have filed
notice of their Intention to make final
proof each in support of his claim and the said
proof will be made before the Register and Re
ceiver at Salt Lake City on Saturday Aprit 25
1885 towit
James Hope Homestead Entry No 4698 for
the SW i4 SE K Sec 3 Tp 4 S R 1 E and
he names as his witnesses Amos Thompson
William Thompson John Spencer and Ben
Thompson all of Salt Lake County Utah
Gustave Isaasen Homestead Entry No 4707
for S i NE r Sec 18 Tp 5 N R 2 W and
tiis Goodell
he names as nls witnesses Hyrum
John Smueu Robert Todd and R Van Dyke of
Weber County Utah
UtahH MCMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attys forAppls
Notice for Publication
No 1923
c S Jjf vo OFFICE AT
SALT L 111 CITY March 91885
XTOTICE IS HEll BY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE 1 set er has filed notice of
his Intention to mak flail proof in support of
his claim and that aid roof will be made he
fore the Register anr Re elver at SaltJLake City
Saturday Apri 11 1880 viz Samuel Nor
man Homestead F try No 0537 for the S 34 of
SW 4 Sec 34 Tp 6 < R 1 W He names the
following AVitnessei to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of said land
viz Joseph Hodson Joseph Allen John H
Sill John Milliard of Davis county Utah
II MCMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attys for Appelant
Notice for Publication
No 19151
U S LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY Feb 27 1885
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIlE
NOTICE named settlers have filed notice
L >
in
each
of their intention to make final proof
support of his claim and that said proof will
be made as follows towit I
John Flint Jr homestead entry No 4673
upon the N VJ SE qr Sec 24 Tp 4 N R 2 wl
will make his proof before the Register and
Receiver at Salt Lake City on Saturday April
11 1885 and names as his witnesses Heber Hod
son William Flint John Hodson and Edward
Philips
Robert J Firth homestead entry No 6256
upon SE qr1 NE qr Sec 34 Tp 5 N R 1 W
will make his proof before the Register ant
Receiver at Salt LakeCityon Tuesday April 7
885 and names as his witnesses Matbev
Young John Shipley IIjTum Alford and JcL
W Krebs H MCMASTER
BIRD Lv LOWE Reglstt
Attys for Appla
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
No 1921
LAND OFFICE AT SALT LAKE CITY
March 6 1885
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE settler has filed notice of
his intention tomakc final prgof in support of
his claim and that said proof will be made be
I fore the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake
Saturday April 11th 1885 viz Kant I
City on Elg Homestead Entry No 3902 for the
August east half southeast quarter sec 35 8 8 6 W
and Lot 1 and southeast quarter northeast
quarter sec 2 Tp 9 S R 6 W
lIe names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz II Bennlon S H BennIon
J L Paxton Joseph Bennion all of Tooele Ill
county Utah
H MCMASTER Register
Salt Lake City
Soda WaterWorks
H DEKHALTER Sox Props
Salt Lake City Utah
Manufacturers of Soda Water Sarsaparilla
Champagne Cider Giuper Ale Seltzer Vfrter
Jtppoliuarls Water Vinegar Etc
S8 30 West Third South
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SURGERY I
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TN THE DOMAIN OF SURGERY THE OP
IN erations and Instruments devised and
employed at DR FOOTS INSTITUTE are
Eminently Successful The wonderful results
obtained enable the least experienced and
prejudiced to decide that there can be no Quack
ery Deception practiced here
The list of operations performed embrace all
surgical Diseases and Deformities known
to the human form
All forms of EYE Sur
gery aro attended to with
certain skill and care
such as making Cross
eyes straight without
pain in 3 minutes re
moving Cataracts Weep
Ing Eyes etc
61 Very successful treatment is
7 always given to the EAR De
i P AV formties of all kinds are particu
1 larly solicited as Club Feet
HI l Bow Legs Knock Knees Weak
I Andes Hair Lip Cleft Palate
Hip Dlseasesall Tumors Cancers
e Flstulae etc All diseases of the
FistulaCI
Joints Including Enlargements
ixnd White Swellings All Strictures cured by a
new and improved method entirely painless
GRAVEL AND STONE IN THE BLADDER
ilssolvcd and entirely removed without pain or
knife
PILES are removed by a new safe and pain
less method entirely fruo from bleeding loss oC
time from business or anything disagreeable or
Inconvenient as is always the case with other
methods A cure is warranted in every case
SPINAL CURVATURE
or Hump Back is relieved
and cured without pain or
protracted treatmentthe
patients height is often
increased 2 to 3 inches by
he first applications
The appliances and in
struments used In DR
FOOTS INSTITUTE
lave the double advantage
of costing less and being i
much more comfortable d
than the usual ones em
ploy cd in the West s
WestBOW
BOW LEGSWe guarantee to
cure and straighten every case
S no matter how bad Our treat
ment is gentle but certain
The physician who relieves
r deformities is a great public
benefactor so great is the reme
t dial power which science baa
now atits command We believe
4 the time will soon come when
i deformities will become a rare
4 evil
evilAll Invalids should
not miss consulting Dr
e Foot or Assistants in per
1 son or by letter
mu letteri
Pji4UL i JLIoL
There are four va
rieties of Club Feet
vizTalipcsViilgus
Equimues Varus
and Calcareus Two
or more varieties
may exist together
However every
case of any ago
CAN POSITIVELY = J t
BE CURED u
ANCHYLOSIS
of the Elbow and
f Knee Joints cured
ONE VISIT only
fjis required in a
d majority of chron
ic diseases The
I Doctor does busi
I ness on the square
I C and will tell a pat
ient as NEAR
TilE TRUTII as
possible If the
Doctor believes
L that our case can
II be greatly impro
ved or cured ho
will tell you so and
if not hewlll not
take under treatment Hundreds of
caso
your tho office
Western testimonials are to be seen at
OFFICE HOURS from 10 a m to 4 and 7 to 8
pm of
pmDr Foot has secured Expert Specialists
Confine
Women and Children
New York for
Calls answered immediately day or
ments etc
Also
night to all parts of the city or country
Expert Physicians and Surgeons sentto all parts
letters
to telegrams or
of the West in answer
CONSULTATION FREE AT
DP I Fools Medical and Surgical fatlitab
and 116 West 1st South Street
108 nOL 112114
Herald Building
1 Door West of
Salt LUo City Utah
P S Invalids should call at once or write for
A majority of cases can be
list of queitlons
treated just as successfully by letter as though
I examined Medicine sent ever
personally
where persona in concealed packagesby mail or express
I Books all Fold for the present iSflflP In
houses
S
Institute or private
Board at tho LU LIUI I
the City 8500 to 81200 per week
How can you tell whether or not you nave any
unknown disease lurking about your
known or tim
Fill a clean bottle with your urine
system Let it
mornin is the best
first voided in the morning
stand 24 to 48 hours then if there is any whitish
of offen
cloudy appearance
or ropy mucus or
oriftherols any brick dust or sdi
sive odor or
look
ment of any kind at the bottom or greasy
treatment
Ing skum on top yon positively need
do not I will Prove
you
if physician says
any should
do or forfeit 81000 and you
that
you
write giving dlscrlption of urine and all other
known symptoms at once to
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P 0 Dix 971
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Two or more surgeons from Lr Foot
Jrs Institute No2 Salt Lako City
Utah will make one visit only this year
It
south as follows
IvEPHI March 18th 19th and 20th
SANTAQUIN March 21st I
PAYSON March 23d 24th and 25th
SPANISH FORKMarch 26th and
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27th
SPRINGVILLE March 28th t
PROVO CrTY March 30th and 31st J
and April 1st
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