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VOL llNO 95 5 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 21 1885 FIVE GENETS
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U BUSINESS CARDS
DADY MADE DRESSES IN SIL1 AND
f READY Ladies Underwear Lades Wraps
away below cost at Mrs Duncans 67 W First
r South street Call and be convinced
VTOTICE I HAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT
NOTICEI
IX out the Livery business of George W Hall
and am prepared to continue the business at
the old stand Stables on West Temple street
nearly opposite the Herald office Neat rigs at
reasonable prIces I HAZELGROVE
August 6th 18S5
tTTATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY RE
Y > paired Adolph Hauerbach 16 E 1st Sth
T7 > RED C ANDERSON HAS S5OOOO EAST
FRED and local money to Loan
pHINA AND JAPAN BAZAAR A LARGE
OHINA
C assortment of Imported and Fancy Goods
for the Holidays The Finest Japanese Ware
riliehe f he
China Water Llllics The choicest Tea in the
city 3ew goods received daily Prices rea
sonable Hong Hop No 267 Main street Post
office Box No IOCS
TOS 1 2 AND 3 DR HIGGINS CATARRH
1x Remedy Is warranted to cure all cases if
directions are followed Office No 272 Main
Street
StreetLI
I 1ALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
1 U doors north of Cult House and see Dr
Higgins the Microscopic and Analytic Physic
ian the Specialist before taking medicine of
anyone els All orders by mall promptly filled
Address DrU W Biggins No 272 Iaia Street
Salt Lake City Utah h
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
11 7 WHITNEY
DIt
Donta1 e > D ce
o1 S Main street Room 9 Hooper EI
dridge building
T 11 KEYSOK
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DentiSt
i Herald Building opposite Contin ntal Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
A 1 CH4PMAN J L WHYT cxDnS
I 1HAP fAN t WHYTOCK
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Dentisie
Valkor Opera Rouse Antesthetics adiniuis
tred >
lelephone in office
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Dentist
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
u Office Anesthetics given
V n WILDER S
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licing Engineer
I XD T S DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
iX Mining and underground surveys will
Jrn ings of tame a specialty
Oiliee 153 Main street up stair by Jones iS
Cos Batik
ASSAYERS
v A HODGES
Assaycr
Under the Post Office Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
I 7 N BISHOP
ssnyer
irl 4M VIK STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
MISCELLANEOUS
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LEWIS B ROGERS
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rUE IION FIRE INSURANCE CO
S O f Jjondoi England Capital and assets
4091993
flUENT INSURANCE CO
O f ilHrliord Connecticut Capital and assets
l5J5iO3
WASHINGTON F i M INS CO
Of Boston Masaobusetts Capital and assets
1J318
OFFICE At Safe Depo it Vaults Union Na
tional Dank
J LEYI ERG J OBERNDORFER
LEVIBERG CO
TAILORS IMPORTING 5
nAND +
R I HABERDASHERS I
m SOUTH VliV STREET J
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Order taken for Dress Shirts Fine Imported
Underwear MARTIN SCHMIDT
Cutter and Fitter
nt The
KAHN BROS Well Known
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Wholesale and Retail
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ROCERSD
Country Dealers will find it to their ADVAN
TAGE to end their orders to the above firm
lu the
Bot3i1 JtepartDLcn1
The FRESHEST and BEST Goods are kept in
Stj2i
3LT LAKE CITY UTAH
SPENCER KIMBAILS
300 SHOE
ALL SOLID
toFhree SiiyJeS
AT
160 Main Street
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And Machine Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHINISTS
7 71 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SAlT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers of Furnace Minin and
Milling Machiner Mining Cars an d Car
s heels Slag Pots Burs and Pans for Sampling
Mills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing and
Cresting and all kinds of Builders Iron Work
including Ornamental Columns for front and
S Interior Supports
Orders promptly filled and all work guar
anteed
J LLOYD
Custom Boot and Shoe Maker
No 9 i I East Second South Street
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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BLOODY WORK BY REDS
New Mexico Cavalry Ambushed by i
S Hostiles and Five of tile Boys
Killed
ExMinister Kelley Talks of Irish
Nationality to an Enthusiastic
Audience
Pasteur Receives His Four Little Hy
drophobia Patients nUll Has Hopes
of a Cnre
Senate ana House Measures
W WASHINGTON December 2OSince the
present session of Congress began 728 bills
and joint resolutions have beenintroduced
in the Senate and seven out of those which
originated in the House were passedby that
body 1247 Executive messages containing
J ajjout J + 50Qnominations kavebeensent by
the Presidenfrto the Senate and have been
referred to the proper committees but
NO NOMINATIONS HAVE BEEN CONFIBMED
Two treaties one relating to the boundary
line between this country and Mexico and
the other providing for the settlement of
claims of certain American citizens against
Venezuela have been sent to the Senate for
ratification twentyfour bills and joint reso
lutions have been introduced in the House
of Representatives and four two of which
originated in the Senate have been passed
Tomorrow effort will be made in the
House to secure the passage of
THE PEESIDENTIAIi SUCCESSION BILL
Under a suspension of the rules The result
is doubtful and the motion will not be in
order until after the call of States for the
introduction of bills and joint resolutions
shall have been completed and as members
have their desks full of bills to be intro
duced the call is likely to consume the day
The succession bill may be considered by
unanimous consent but this is not probable
as an opinion is entertained by many
Representatives that measures ought to go
regularly to the committee before receiving
consideration in the House It is not likely
the committees of the House possibly ex
cepting that on accounts will be announced
until after the holiday recess
The Senate if it has a quorum tomorrow
will probably continue
CONSIDEBATION OF THE DAKOTA QUESTION
Until 12 oclock and of the bill fixing the
salaries of District Court judges after that
hour The House resolution to adjourn to
morrow night for the holiday recess will
probably be adopted by the Senate without I
change I
He Endorses ParncU But
LONDON December 21 Joseph Coweu the
member of Parliament elected for New
castleonTyne ssued a manifesfo to his
constituents respecting home rule for Ire
land Cowen was the chief one of the ex
ceptions made by Paniell in his manifesto
instructing the Nationalists not to vote for
Liberal or Radical candidates Cowen says
It is impossible for England to consent to
protective tariffs for IrelaId the confisca
tion of the property of landlords in Ireland
or for Irish members to legislate on home
affairs in England in addition to having
theirown Parliament With these excep
tions I approve of home rule for Ireland
Proper guarantees Jor the representation of
minofities equitable partition of all im
perial charges and the unity of the Empire
are in my opinion the best security against
disruption of the union and the mutual in
terests existing between England mid Ire
land I
Soldiers Scalped by tile Red
DEJITNO N M December 20Saturday
morning near the White House northwest
of Silver City a company of eight United
States cavalry troops under Lieutenant
Fountain were ambushed by the hostiles
with disastrous results The following were
killed in the fight which ensued Surgeon
Maddox Privates Collins Gibson Hulton
and MclEllen Lieut Cabell and Corporal
MoFarlaud were slightly wounded The
Indians numbered twentyone After the
fight they headed west in this direction This
is the same band with which Fountain had
a fight on the 9th instant No Indians are
reported killed
Kelley Talks of Irish Nationality
WASHINGTON December 20Hon A M
Keiley exMinister to Italy and Austria
lectured here tonight JFords Opera House
to an audience of 1500 persons on Irish
Nationality The meeting which was un
der the auspices of the Irish National Land
League of this city was presided over by
Hon P A Collins of Massachusetts who
introduced the Speaker A number of mem
bers of Congress accepted seats on the stage
among them Congressmen Lawler of Illi
nois Murphy of Iowa ONeil of Missouri
and Foran of Ohio
Hartiuglon Doesnt Take J t Hack
LONDON December 20The Marquis of
Hartington publishes a card saying No
proposals in regard to the demand of Irish
members for legislative independence have
been communicated to me I see no reason
to depart in any degree from the declara
tions mado and the opinions I expressed in
my speeches in the late election in Lan
cashire and elsewhere on the policy an
nounced by Mr JPamell as leader of the
Irish Parliamentary party
I I
A Territorial Government Wanted I
ST Louis December 20 A dispatch from I
the Creek Indian nation says The four
delegates who were recently appointed to I
represent that nation in Washington this
winter and who started for the Capitol last I
week are under nnofficial instructions to
urge the adoption by Congress of a Terri I
torial government for the Indian Territory
It is stated that a majority people of the I
in the Territory are in favor of such action I
A Little masquerade Party
CHABLOTTE N C December 21At 3
oclock last Saturday morning the jail at
KocMngham was forcibly entered by fifty
masked men who secured a white man
named John Lee took him out of the town
and hanged him to the limb of a tree Lee
murdered Solomon Welsh three years ago
for money
Whitney Denies
WASHINGTON December 20 Secretary
Whitney positively denies he endorsed the
object of the recent meeting of the silver
men in New York and has declared himself
in favor of a suspension of the silver coin
ace j
Too Much Business aud Failed 1
LrvEBPOOL December 20John Bar
greaves provision merchant of Liverpool
New York and Chicago is reported to have
suspended payment Saturday with liabili
ties estimated at 350000
Los 85OOOO by Forged rafts
PABKEBSBUBG W Va December 2OThe
Camden Consolidated Oil Company of this
city has suffered a loss of over 50000 by
three forged drafts It is not known who
the perpetrators of the swindle are The
drafts werein the hands of the Santa Bar I
bara California bank
Dig Bonfire of Hides and Tallow
CHICAGO Dec mben 20Oberne Hoosick I
Cos hide wool and tallow warehouse was
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I destroyed by fire today loss 350000 in
surance 300000
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Pasteurs Patients Have Arrived
PABIS December 21Four Ifliildren re
cently bitten by mad dogs in Newark landed
at Havre all well They reached this city
today andat once proceeded to Pasteurs
house where special arrangements have been
made for the treatment of thelittle ones
Pasteur in an interview today said will
operate on the children tomorrow I regret
that so long a time has elapsed between the
time the children were bitten and their ar
rival here but there is good ground for
hope as have previously treatedcases with
success after two months had passed from
the time the patients were bitten
Dr Maddox Killed on Saturday
WASHINGTON December 12Dr T J
Maddox who was killed in a fight with In
dians near the White House New Mexico
Saturday is a son ofDr Thomas Maddox
of Washington county jkld He was com
missioned iata t surgeon in the army in
October 1881 and his first assignment to
duty was to the Department of Texas Dr
Maddox was 33 years of age
1 Wont Write Him Again for Five
S Years
LONDON December 21Charles Mollesey
who pleaded guilty on Saturday to the charge
of sending a threatening letter to Lord
Clifton with a view to extort money was
today sentenced to five years imprisonment
MONEY AND STOCKS
Quotations of Railroad and Mining
SharesThe Produce Markets
NEW YORK December 21 Noon Stocks
opened weak UM lower rallied slightly
but fell off again Missouri Kansas and
Texas declining 23 and Pacific Mail 1 Mar
ket now dull and steady
FOKENOON QUOTATIONS
BarSilver1023 N Y Central 1023
Governments Oregon EN 107i
3s 103 Oregon Trans1133
4i03 112 Pacific Mail 64
4 8 124 4 Panama 98
Pacific 6s l2oihI J St L S F 21U
Central Pacific 41M Texas Pacific 12U
C B Q186 Union Pacific 54J
Northn Pacific 28 Wells Fargo 183
Preferred GOK Westn Union 74
Northwestern 107 >
Money 22K
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET
CHICAGO December 21 Wheat steady and
higher than Saturday 833 cash 4
January 43 February 90 May
CornWeak and lower 37J cash year
6K January 9U May
Oats Steady 2cas11 January 31 May
Whisky 116
TIlE OLEAHING HOUSE BEPORT
BOSTON December 20The leading clear
ing houses of the United States report the
total gross bank exchanges of the week end
ing December 19th at 1096914659 an in
crease of 361 per cent compared with the
corresponding week a year ago
Utah Salt for Cattle
A huge piece of pinktinted rock salt is
on exhibition at the nion Pacific gen
eral freight oflico says the Omaha
Herald It came fiom the Great Salt
Lake and analysis show that it is 85 per
I cent salt and 15 per cent residue A
I new industry has recently sprung up in
I this staple and the Union Pacific has I
foumLaiiother source of revenue It is
beinfffed largely to Wyoming cattle in
sfead of the more refined article at one
half of the cost before paid by cattle
I owners It is found equally as good as
any other salt and far cheaper The
I rocks are large but easily crushed and
handled The cattlemen were averse to
I using it at first but have now made large
I orders involving the delivery of many
carloads The specimen will remain on
I exhibition at the freight office some
time Sam Nash is lecturer and has
I prepared a very entertaining discour eon i
the subject I
I Miss Cleveland Part of the Message
I Can anybody who has studied Miss
I Clevelands essays enough to become I
familiar with her habits of thought and I
I expression doubt that the glowing periods I
I on the miseries of polygamy which we I
have quoted from the Presidents mes
sage to Congress were written by her If
Miss Cleveland did as appears to be the
case furnish her brother with the most
intense and energetic passage in his dis
cussion of the Mormon problem the fact is
certainly very interesting It is perhaps
the first time in the history of the United
States that a woman ha contributed so
I important a part of so important a state
paper The incident is equally creditable
to the President and to Miss Cleveland i
I and we need make Jio apology for violat
ing for this once the tacit convention
which treats the annual messages as if I
they were the production of a single pen
I and necessarily the work of the President I
himself throughout New York Sun
Wheel for the Snake River Placers
Captain Story exSpacial Ageiit of the
Land Office has after months of experi
menting finally succeeded in perfecting
a current wheel with which he expects to
raise all the water neede d to work his
placer claim at Glenns Ferry The
power supplied by a propeller wheel
keeps in operation a centrifugal pump
which will raise water to any highth de
sired less than 50 feet Captain Story
says that at no place on his claim will he
have to raise the water over 25 feet The I
contrivance is called Storys current
wheel and the inventor who has ap
plied for a patent will leave tomorrow to
make a practical working test of it
Wood River Times 18th
What Hemenway Is Not
The toplofty individual who has
achieved an unenviable notoriety as edi
tor of the Ogden Herald is not as many
of the Mormon people suppose a genuine
LatterdaySaint although he may have
been baptized and taken into the church
The News makes this statement in jus
tice tothe Mormon people who what
ever their faults are certainly saints by
comparison with the slanderer who has
sneaked into theirfold in the guise of a
man to do the work of his prototype the
devil Ogden Ncws
Protect Your Family I
It is the duty of every man rich or I
poor who has created a home to make
some provisions against the inevitable
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tained by procuring a policy in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
Hyams Agent 55 Main street Hooper
Eldridge Block Salt Lake City I
ALL sorts of fancy goods at staple I
prices at SIMON BROS
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1 FAVORABLY REPORTED
The New Edmunds BiUJ May Como Up
Imntedlately After the Holidays
Gnllom Introduces a Postal Telegraph
I Hill Wliidi Will Considered
With Edmunds
A Late Dispatch This Afternoon Indi
cates Hope For the Imprisoned
S
Mlne1
An Awful Sunday Suspense
Wit nAnnx Ph December 20 Today
was the gloomiest Sunday ever witnessedMr
Nanticoke Thol1Slnds of people pburec
into town on wheels qn horseback and foot
Hundreds of them gathered in groups
arounds the various workings where tfiej
disonased < the 1 r t 1 j
srrcATioN bF THE IMPRISONED MEN
A message w brought here from Nanticoke
this morning to the effect that nman had
been foundin the gangway and thatrhe had
evidently been dead several hours At the
companys office this was denied They
state the situation remains unchanged from
yesterday though they hourly expect to
reach the fatal spot where the entombed
men are supposed to be The rescuing par
ties are continually at work There is no
hope of rescuing any of thevictims alive
WitKESBARBE December 20At oclock
this evening the rescuing party struck a
mass of wet sand twentyfive additional
men were sent in to remove it with buckets
as fast as it was thrown out At 9 oclock
an official report was received at the com
panys office here to the effect that the res
cuing party were then within twenty feet of
the fatal chamber and were
HOPING TO BEACH THE IMPEISONED MEN
By 11 oclock
WILKESBABBE December 21There has
been no new developments since two oclock
this morning in regard to the entombed
miners The latest official message received
at that hour was that the rescuing party
who are working on the gangway from the
air shaft hadreached the first chamber in
which was hoped that some of the men
would be found The air was good find ap
parently fregh but
NOTIONS OF ANY LIVING PERSON
Were to be found There are six other cham
bers along the gangways and it is thought
the men may be found in one of them A
new gang of sixty men went into the mine
at 6 oclock this morning and are pushing
forward with the utmost exertion but it is
hard to say when the next chamber can be
reached It is now fully believed that the
missing men were caught in the sand and
I culm at the time the cave tookplace and that
they are now dead
The last messenger connected with the
exploring party came out of the stope at
I 1120 oclock He reports that none of the
men have as yet been discovered and all
hope of ever seeing their comrades alive
again has been abandoned They are mak
ing vigorous search but it appears almost
certain that
THE UNFOETUNATU HEX HAVE ICBISHKD
And that when their bodies are found they
will be under amass of sand and calm
WEDKESBABBE December 21At 130 this
afternoon the relief party was still
pushing towards the imprisoned men being
spurred on bv JrrgnaU received which indi
cates that
THERE IS LIFE BEYOND
Tapping upon an airpipe was heard by the
rescuers and they have naturally concluded
hat there are yet good grounds
for the hope that at least some
of the men may be rescued alive It is the
opinion of some of the best miners that they
cannot reach the men for some days owing
to the extent of the obstructions Others
are sanguine enough to expect they will
reach the men within the next ten bours
FORTYNINTH CONGRESS
The Senate
WASHINGTON December 21The Chair
laid before the Senate a letter from the Sec
retary of War transmitting the reports re
fating to bridges in course of construction
which may interfere with the free naviga
tion of the navigable waters of the United
States
Maxey piesented memorial of the Mex
ico Veterans Association praying the pass
age of a bill pensioning the veterans of the
Mexican war Referred
Among the bills favorably reported and
placed on the calendar were the following
By Edmunds fromthe Committee on Ju
diciary in reference to bigamy and polyg
amy in Utah Edmunds said he would ask
the Senate to take up the bill immediately
after the holiday recess
By Hoar from the same committee the
original bill for a uniform system of bank i
ruptcy throughout the United States i
Hoar said he would ask the Senate to take I
after the hol I
up this bill as soon as possible
iday recess I
Cullom introduced a postal telegraph bill
Itprovides for the purchase of any existing I
lines under the provisions of the act of 1866
at an appraised valuation to be ascertained I
by a commission of five disinterested per
sons Referred to the Committee on Post
offices and Post roads to be considered in
connection with the bill on the same subject
recently introduced by Edmunds
Among the bills introduced and referred
are the following By Van Wyck to provide
for the organization of that part of the ter
ritory of the United States now known as
Indian Territory and publicland strip into
a Territory to be known as the Terri
tory of Oklahoma j and to pro
vide a temporary government for the same
for the allotment of hpmesteads to Indians
in severally and to open the unoccupied
lands to Indian settlers
Among the bills introduced and referred
were the following
By Wheeler of Alabama For the relief of
FitzJohn Porter also to amend the civil
service act
The Senate passed the House concurrent
resolution providing for an adjournment
from today till January 5th
Tlic House
WASHINGTON December 21on motion of I
Morrison the resolution offered Monday last
by Burleigh calling on the Secretary of the
Treasury for information relative to the im
portation from Bohemia in July last by L
Lehman of New York of certain glassware
and to the appraisement and appraise
ment of the same was taken up passed
An Ohio Village on Fire
MARIETTA Ohio December dispatch
from Bartlett fifteen miles west of this
says a disastrous fire is raging there
Thirteen or fourteen houses have already
been destroyed
Playing at the Wrong House I
Under the caption Murdering the I
Mikado the Denver News has the fol
lowing criticism The Carleton outfit I
murdered the Mikado before a slim
and weariecl audience at the Opera House
last night The Mikado should have I
been strangled at birth but inasmuch as
it wasnt it seems wrong for the Carleton I
collection aspiring chromo singers to
mangle itwith such needless cruelty as
was shown last night The atrocity will
be perpetrated again tonight if the dead I
head system holds out
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FIlM THE JUNCTION CITY
Criminals Catch It on January
4th Business nnd Society Notes
A Champion oil Rollers
OGDEN Utah Dec 19 1885
In the First District Court today Jack
Hays entered a plea of not guilty to the
charge of attempt at rape DM Stuart
Wholfad pleaded guilty for unlawful co
habitation will be sentenced January
4th C W Hemenway will also be sen
tenced on January 4th for libel Hank
Wheeler withdrew his plea of not guilty
to the charge of grand larceny and en
tered one of guilty The Judge fixed
January 4th for the time of sentence
In the way of amusements here we will
have a great many during the holidays
in dances a mask ball and attractions at
the skating rink
Hook and Ladder Company No 1 will
ghCJ Ki 1 l altQ ritmiSJ t
Union Opera House The > OgdenBrass
Band will try andoutshine everything
the way ota ball on December 31st nt the
1J mon Opera House
The Pleasant Hours Club organized
last Thursday evening to give a series of
dancesduring the coming winter They
give their opening party Tuesday evening
December 22d and it promises to be
the grandest club party of the season
The management is lathe hands of the
young men and they are doing their
utmost to try and have the best social
club in Ogden
At the rink last evening the attraction
was a footrace between Williams of
Pittsburg and Carter of Omaha for 20
a side Williamswas to run 14 laps
while Carter ran 136 Williams won
in 2U minutes The distance was a half
mile
The rink here is running to full houses
now under the management of C B
Blanchard He has built up the rink to
perfection and now avisitor can go there
and pass a very pleasant evening which
lie could not do before jVIr Blanchard
does all in his power to make his rink
popular and please his patrons and in
this way he has the reputation of the best
rink in the Territory He will be assisted
here next week and after by Professor
Naws the champion fancy skater of the
Pacific Coast So the people of Ogden
have a treat in the way of witnessing
some very fine fancy skating
The streets presented a very lively ap
pearance here today and the business I
men are all having a very good trade
which makes them happy and wish that I
Christmas would come more than once a II I I
yeah
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Do lour Assessment Work I
As the weather is yet favorable and
the old year is drawing to a close and
will soon be numbered with the things I
that once weie claim owners are doing j
and are having done the assessment I
work on their mines while others with I
the viewof saving themselves from the
wear and tear of labor arc waiting re
locate them while still otheis with sev
eral promising claims in view that are I
not lik ely to liayotfie required workdon i
on them by their lazy owners are abid
ing the opportunity of relocating the I
claims away from hem So all having i
claims that they place any value on hart I
better do assessment work thus avoiding
I illfeelings considerable trouble and loss j
of property
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Where Utah Can Come In
Miss Fannie Mills an Ohio girl with
extraordinary large feet has been attract
ing large audiences at a Chicago Dime j
Museum and drawing a big salary Ii i
this industry keeps up some of the Utah J
I girls are bound to get in the front rank of
the procession
I
PERSONAL
Dr C Mnntor of Park City passed Sun
day with his family in the city
Mr John H Burton arrived from an ex
tended Eastern tour of the States last even
ing Major W W Woods who has been quite I
sick at his residence for the past two weeks
is still confined to the house and improving
very slowly I
Mr O H Hardy of Hardy Brothers i i
Burton returned last night from a four
weeks trip to St Louis New Orleans New
York Canada and many minor points
throughout the East
T E Picotte the editorial headlight of I
the Wood River Times the pioneer paper of
that section and an able exponent of its re
sources and interests is down in Ziong
capital for a little needed rest and recrea I
tion He reports the Wood River country I
still there and that the gold belt is going
to bring it out in good shape j
Receiver W H Banoroft of the Denver I
l Rio Grande Western returned today
from attendance on the transcontinental I
pool meeting held in California Nothing I
special effecting Utah was accomplished I
The meeting adjourned to convene in New I
York City the second Tuesday in February
5
1886 P P Shelby one of the most efficient j
men in the Union Pacific service has just I
beenpromoted and will reside at Salt Lake I
The appointment was announced the day
lie left Butte last week and he came near
getting his final promotion at 4 oclock next
morning in the railway smashup We hope
he will have many another raise before
he gets such another close allNew Noith
west
How to Consult Dr Foote Sr by Mall r
Dr Foote Senior author of Plain I
Home Talk Medical Common Sense
etc etc1 would say to those who would f
like to consult fiim by mail that they can j
have a list of questions and a circular of Ii
gratuitous advice by addressing Box 414 t
Salt Lake City The doctor has arranged I
to have such information supplied in this i
way to save time Receiving such printed
I
describe
matter the correspondent can
his or her case fully and direct it to the j
doctor in New York Dr Foote is i
successfully treating all forms of chronic
diseases a specialty to which he has de I
voted thirty years of study and practice j
Evidences of his success can also be had t
addiessing Box 414 as above but all
letters of consultation and orders for
remedies should be addressed to Dr E
B Foote Sr 120 Lexington Avenue
New York City N Y Consultation free i
An advertisement of Dr FooteSr ini
another place deserves attention
S 1878 Established 1878 I
Jog Baumgarten the Fashionable I
Tailor calls the public attention to the
fact that he makes a specialty of over
coats Swallowtail and Business Suits at
the lowest prices in this city rI r
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White Honse
For the best meals and rooms go to the I
White house Everything firstclass and
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c gists Sundries Surgital Tnstrun1 < mt4 etc ever liionphf to this i
Market We are Agents for all the Leading Lines of Goods we tarry 5
and can offer BETTER PRICES than ever before given
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Furnished at FIVE DAYS NOTICE
We are M UNDERSOLD I Write for PRICES or Send t TRISL ORDER f
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The Metropolitan Hotel
REMODELED and NEWLY FURNISHED
Is NOW OPEN for the ACCOnOIODATION of the PVBLIC AT XAKUE
The Table is unS11rpaSS
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
H and M E HILL Proprietors
leas ESTABLISHED 1aoo
JOHN TAYLOR SON
MERCHANT TItLR
Have JUST RECEIVED a Choioe Lot of
F I AID + 1 WINTER f i WOOLENS
Of the LATEST STYLES which they offer nt REDUCED AlES Call and examine our stock
and makeup before having your measure taken elsewhere
tQE Second Sfluth Stret SALTULAKE CITaY
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
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The GREAT UNDERWRITERS SALE
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Men Boys and Children
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November 28th 1885
4 All those who wish to secure
till V BIG BARGAINS IBABGAINB fBABGAINS BABGAINS
1lIUST CALL ARL
I ISAAC WOOLF Auctioneer
15 S 177 EdaiD St
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