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LIST OF LETTERS I
1 IST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS RE
maining in the postofllcc Salt Lake city
Ur l which it not called for within thirty days
s sent to the dead letter office
LADIES LIST
Andrew Melissa Jacobs Mrs Joe
I Anderson Ellen Janson Lella
I Allen Laura Larson Mrs Jphane
P firebrick Cautolin Leverage Mrs Jane
Blanchet Georgie Marcus Mrs
Bowman Mrs E Meyer Mrs
Brown Isabelle C McKay Mrs C
ttrellMrs S A McKuy Charlotte
Cox V L Morgan Emma
Davis Xelllc Peterson Miss M
Evans Winifred Ross Mrs G C
Fairchild Elizabeth Reich R E
I FloydLaura Saffa Mary
I Ferpeson Miss S F Smith Maud
Griffith Eliza Timer Laura
BO1mber Jenny West L B
Blains Margarette Weber Emily F
laufier Katie Waltere Emeline
rlVe Lulu Wilden Mrs Geo
i Jackson Mrs Wells Laura A
1 Jackson Daisy Woodward Mrs S
i Johnson Ella Young Lucy B
I Jensen 1 Belbcrtson Young Florence E
GENTLEMENS LIST
Anderson C Lee John F
If Anderson Capt L G Lee Ed
Anderson A isT Larson John
I Adams Peter Lehn J B
Ci I Allen Thomas Leotard Levan
Allison W C Langhart J
Rertagnolli Anglo Lewis W J
Beckstead Albert Larson W W
Bright Co Lowry Wm
Bennett C H Martin C E 2
Bumfleld D Malone F M
Beatty T B Murphy M J
Boettcher Fred Mathews C C
Bothwell M G Meder C
Bonelia F H Morrell G W
Bailey M Marbhall H
Bunsguard L A Morrow J W
li I Barnes P H MasenJames
Bolton P J Murphy John 2
Beal T T Moran James
Briley T S Mack James
Beatty K Miller John
BfdicngmeyerW Moody J M
Brawn W C MahonyMJ 0
Ct iftford Alex Marbaum J
Cthcll Rev C Miller L M
14 Christpnsen C T McGee H L 2
cu iireW lIatterson W B
ChristensenHL Marten W
Clark H A McGnne II
Carter George McCallister A 0
Carlson G E Norton P H
CohUle James 2 N1tley Mr
Champlin Jessie J Olsen Fred
Christensen S P Olsen P W
Crone N H Parrett George
ClerkWP Pitts 1 W
Dlnmore C F Powell John
Daey E Parker 111
Dorman E W Perkins LV L
Derric E G Perltin L
Duidson H H Pitts Wm
Drinkwater J R Preston W A
Dorgun James Peterson 0 1
Dowling J C Hideout D 0
Debot Joseph Robins D C
Drumcond John Roberts C H
Dowless Jessie Reagan Jesse 2
Doran P 4 Richard Joe
1telyTE ReaJM
Wl1an Thomas 2 Riddell 1 111
Dw crThomas L Rosltelly James
Desoursey Waller Raysdale T
Erickson Carl Robbins ef 1 I
Ellis Frank Sorenson Andrew
Elwell G D Stewart A
Evans Joseph StelIerson C N
Evans W H Sparks D C
Forman C D Scbeene Frank
Frochlit C F Sweeney F 111
Field E D Skinner E M
Froman John W Snyder H C
Fie1dlngJ StrangGeo
Frolin J 0 Styner Geo
Grant Fred Schummerhon J D
Genter Ii D Skelton J P
Grun for M Smith J
Gjson W H Swancr 111 F
uJJ Stewart
Gr bert J S Small 11 It
Gitlrik LewIs Showells S E
GrtUftlck S E Spence Wm
Gre n W K3 Stanley W B
Hammond Mr Segner W L
Hyman Abe Simms W H
Healey D Smith J W
Hanks D Smith Wm
Hprton F E Turner J X
Hanes G W Taylor J A
Heflerman H A Trease W
Hunter H Varney James
Hawthorn James Whillock B F
Hanson M Watt Mr
Hart M Wilson A C
Hardman Lehi Wittner C H
Heffinan P G Wallace Frank
Heally Robert Wood FL
Hinsch Robert Williamson E J
Harmon W V alker Elmer
Horton W W Walters Earnest
James J N Watson J B
Jcanson R E Witlle G J
Jones C J Williams John
Jones J C Wathers J W
Kyon A Weber B
Kintz Charles W estring J C
Karr Moses Walgren J P
KilverR Withey J
Kelly Waddonps Thomas
Lloyd B J Williams Willis
Linn D C Waldron M P
Lyman J D
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say Advertised January 11
C R BARRATT Postmaster
We have a speedy ana positive curefor
catarrh diphtheria canker mouth and
headache in SHILOHS CATARRH REM
EDY A nasal jijector free with each
bottle Use it if you desire health and sweet
breath Price 50 cents Sold by A C
Smith Co
Remember that we have the Christ
bat Bast Marshall Mer Co 112 Main
rogt
H A HINT TO INVESTORS
I Our office is at 2S Main street opposite
Z estate C M I E V Fohlin Co real
KNOWLUEN < L COSPECIAL BARGAINS
49XxlG5i South Temple between Second
and Third West 10000
G3xlG5 Third South between First and
Second West per foot 275
30x115 First South between Main and
West Temple
10x20 Sth East between Brigham and
First South nice house twelve roams J
stable etc 815000
5x10 nice house Social Hall alley
S 75OO
5x12 brick house eight rooms on Second
West 6250
4x10 Second East house etc 4000
5x10 with two houses on J and Fifth
street 5500
5x10 corner I and Sixth 3000
10x10 corner H and Sixth 5500
10x10 corner East and Sixth 0500
East half block 107 D 10000
Fifteen acres lots 119 and 20 block S
B per acre 1000
Five acres on Fifth East street Boule
vard per acre 950
KXOWLDEN Co
251 S Main opposite Walker House up
stairs
GREAT CLOSING OUT
Banket Sale at
LIPMAX WALLEKSTEIN Cos
Report TrIJj1and
srp11 can
very Saltier JJioiX ave OPPSSETTLERS
GUlDEj 124 pp price only 25ci postage clamps
I
For improved and economic
LIEBIG
nomic cookery Use It
for Soups Sauces Made
Dishes Game Fish
Cl et Aspic or Meat
Companys Jelly Keeps perfectly
in climates Jgr any
length of time i3dis
nvm I rim cheaper andfwor1tfli5eri
LA 11 fUJI flavor than tuty1 cither
stock I
One pound equal to
forty pounds of lean
OF MEAT
beef of the valde of I
about 750 1
Genuine only with
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crUET US voN LlEBIG8
signature as h9wn
Electrical Supplies
For Hotels Residences Offices Stores
Mills Mines Etc
United Electric Co
46 W SECOND SOUTH STREET
Telephone 116 P 0 Box 277
tat s MAIN ST SMT IJXt CITY
Maps Plans Diagrams Bill and Letter Heads
Buildings Portraits Advertising CutsColor
Labels Process Work Patent Articles Engraved
1
cOVPOUND EXTIACTilqp
S
The importance of purifying the blood can
not be overestimated for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health
At this season nearly every one needs a
good medicine to purify vitalize and enrich
the blood and we ask you to try Hoods
DoMilieu Sarsaparilla Itstrengthens
Pecullar
retmid and builds up the system
creates an appetite and tones the digestion
while it eradicates disease The peculiar
combination proportion and preparation
of the vegetable remedies used give to
Hoods Sarsaparilla pecul Tp Itself
lloCII
jar curative powers No
other medicine has such a record wonderful
cures If you have made up our mind to
buy Hoods Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
take any other instead It is a Peculiar
Medicine and is worthy your confidence
Hoods Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists
Prepared by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass
100 Doses One Dollar
SCOTTS
EMULSION
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
AND
YPOPHOSPHIT
Almost as Palatable as Milk
So disguised that it can bo tnlcen
digested and assimilated by the most
sensitive stomach when the plain oil
cannot be tolerated and by the com
bination of the oil with the hypo
phnapiiites is much more efficacious
Remarkable as a flesh producer
Persons gain rapidly while taking It
SCOTTS EMULSION Is acknowledged by
Physicians to bo tho Finest and Best preparar
tion in tho world for the relief and cure of
CONSUMPTION SCROFULA
GENERAL DEBILITY WASTING
DISEASES EMACIATION
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS
The great remedy for Consumption and
Wasting in Children Sold by Druggists
Bowring Bros
74 W FIRST SOUTH
REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN
Property in all parts onto CityI I
B F ALLEN
Real Estate and Loans
Rooms 12 and 13 ScottAuerbach Buildine
GLEAE
TlttE
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Real Estate and
Mining Brokers
62 East Second South Street
HousesLots Farms
Business Properties
Gold Silver Lead
And Other Mines and Mining Stocks
Bought and Sold
George A Meears Manager
62 East Second South Street
WM LAPHAM
Real Estate and Mining Broker
Invites the attention of Investors to his choice
list of Acreage Property In the vicinity of and I
Lots in different parts of the city
The highest market price paid for Copper Ores
at his ofilce No 109 West Temple opposite Con
tinental hotel Salt Lake City
BUILDING LOTS
On First West Street and Second
West Street and Ninth South
Street SaltLake City
From 427
25 feet by 15 6 34 feet
Half cash and half in onE year Thirty
dollars discount for cash
Fuller YOnng AgentS
cL E WANTLAND
Real Estate
Railroad Lands
ANDV
UTAH INVESTMENTS
I
201 South Main Street
Salt Lake City Utah
Lincoln Park
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The New EAST SIDE Addition to Salt Lake City on the famous
slope of the East Bench The centre of the best residence por
tion of Salt Lake City will soon be in the vicinity of Lincoln Park
Lots 1to 400
c E ANT LAND
General Agent for Lincoln Park Park View and Buena Vista
Additions Real Estate Railroad Lands Utah Investments 5
201 iti4TlL st Salt Labe City U1ah
TAX SALE
WHEREAS the City Taxes for the year 1889 assessed against the following named persons
St V on the property set opposite their names viz
Description of NoNo of Natne of At
NAME rktte i ftf
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Real Estate Lot Biock PIat tax
Fred all 4 Iw D 50
Belln all 2728 Wit 86 C Wilkes sub 50
Iames N IS 20 57 North Salt Lake 50
Alex S 1 7 48 1i8 North Salt Lake 50
A A Leonard Glasmann I 156 A 37 s
O J 67 E 86 C Wilkes sub 50
M J Penny 1 115 D 2 50
John A 2 3 W 8G C Wilkes sub 50
James M Ramsey jr j WI C 1 00
William 3 9 42 3 North Salt Lake 50
Sophia Sandberg nn 5 tiJ North Salt Lake 50
John Stewartn 1 162 D 51
Eliza Ann Smith nu n 5xl0 rods 2 31 G i5
M 20 E h 95 C Wilkes sub 50
T J Schofltld nuun 3J 3ti vi 9 C Wilkes iub 50
Mathew Thompson 3 104 C 1 00
L V J T 3 I 18 E 3 ro
James A Wade part 4 32 G OW
W D Williams n 1 73j D J 00
John W all north half R P I 114 D 00
SarahA all south half IOi 114 D tio
W B W Ln s2in 8 Lake VIew sub 00
Jonathan Williamsuum 1 51 North Salt Lakc 50
AntonPederson 2Y1clO rods 2 g B so
Elvira H 1 Steele et al = = = = = = = = = = = = = = iil aol g 2G
became delinquent on the first day of November and still remain unpaid
Therefore I M W laylor collector of Salt Lake city by virtue of the authority vested in
me by the provisions of sections 15 1j and Ii of chapter xxiIi or the Revised Ordinances of Salt
Lake City passed February 14 Itij8 have levied upon the abovenamed property and will sell
the same or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and costs at public auction
in front of the city hall Salt Lake city on thaiUst day of January 1189 at 12 ocock m
11 V rAYLOR C011eo1or
Assessor and Collectors Office No 8 City Hall Salt Lake City January 10 18SO
PHOTOGRAPHS I
Cabinet Photographs
AT POPULAR PRICES
AT
FOX SYMONS
n n
251 South Main Street
J C CONKLIN
DEALER IN
Real Estate
Correspondence Solicited
OFFICE 141 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Rooii 2 UPSTAIRS
Salt Lake City Utah I
REFERENCES BY E1XISS10N
Union National Bank Salt Lake City
Deseret National Bank Salt Lake City
J E Dooly Manager Wells Fargo Cos
Bank Salt Lake City
Utah National Bank Ogden Utah
Arthur L Thomas Governor of Utah
R T BURTON JB JOHN A GROESBECK
W B ANDREW
Burton Groesbeck Co
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS
269 S Main Street
Business and Residence Prop rty I
Acreage and Choice Additions
Investments for Nonresidents
S
a Specialty
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEID
W D Bowring Co
74 W First South St
REAL ESTATE
AND LOANS
See Our List i
1
4 t
Best of References Given
Jr J HI CLIVE
121 S Main Street
Salt Lake City 1 Utah
Real Estate
AND
LOANS
PHOTOS
w SECOND SOUTH ST
DANIEL DUNNE CO
Undertakers Funeral Directors
AND
ElVIB AIME1S
We Guarantee All Cases
Ho 62 East Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Particular attention paid to embalming
and preparing bodies for shipment
Telephone No 4C6 p X Box 471
ALEx SIMPSON NATHAN RANDALL
ALEX SIMPSON t CO
Progr ss l31i1iix1L
Capitalists seeking Kealty line nents or
contemplating building call on us
Mines Carefully Examined
In all parts of the country by a competent
expert
Correspondence Solicited
INSURAtVCE PLACED
Collections Promptly Attended To
M F STUHGES C E WALTER BRYANT C E
STURGES BRYANT A
Civil Hydraulic and
Electical Engineers
2CC S Second East Street
SALT L IcE CITY
Design Water Supply Systems Storage Re
servoirs Electrical Plants Sewerage Systems
Municipal Work
S
Contract Railroads Bridges Sewers and Mu
nicipal Wark
S Survey Additions Mining Clnf RaQvraj i
Lines
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tend the auction sale of art goods at
t First South Commences at 10 a I
S carp Saturday January 4 1S90 < <
MORE THAN 300 LADIES
Secured hats at Mme Lambs bargain sale
I last week Sale continued for another
week Remember the place 20 Main
streci
METEOROLOGICAL LOCAL RECORD
SALT LAKE CITY Utah JaR 10 I8W
Signal Service U S A
Time ie 1 Eg 16 I
of 8 E i State ot I
observ e s E u I g Weather
ation = j >
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6 m 2529 2072 SE2 Light snow
6 I pm I 2534186NWT 8 Light now
Max temp iJSO ann temp 120
t Meantemp 18 for 12 years 31 deficiency 13
ti Deficiency of temp since January 1 Ib 0
5 Rainfall 051 Inches mean daily 12 years
aOl Inches excess 047 inches
I Excess of rainfall since January 11SCO 058
I inches
P H FITZMAURICE I
Serceint Signal Corps
I
JENNINGS CAINE L HOOPERS LIST
Elegant corner Main and First North
streets facing west and north cheap
First class business property on Main
behOwjen First and Second South cheap
cat1rms
Prospective business properties on First
South and South Temple streets
Warehouse properties on First South
3x10 on Fourth East between Third and
Fourth South
21fxG Fourth South between Seventh
and Eighth East
Gx20 rods opposite University square
30x10 in plat F
10x10 corner Tenth and K
Two small lots near Liberty Park
Brickclay lands close in
Call and secure lots in Thomas W Jen
nings North Salt Lake addition direct from
owucr JENNINGS CAINE HOOFER
S 35 W First South street
THE SIGNS OF LA GRIPPE
A Claim that is Hardly Akin to the In
fluenza
That there are several cases of influenza
4 In the city there can be no doubt But
t1I ereis considerable doubt in the minds of
jJanj physicians as to the disease being at
J all akin to the Russian la grippe One
physician who claims to have been in Eu
rope at the time of the origin of the la
grippe epidemic in n recent interview
said Lja grippe and influenza I consider two
different forms of disease Time may
shoxjyy that two distinct forms of the
same sease may prevail and each form
of course be subject to many phases
I sajf in Vienna tuis fall what was un
doubtedly a case of the epidemic and sev
I eral cases in Paris before I left that city in
N ovember
i What I should call influenza with its
J 1 sneezing and neuralgia needs little descrip
44 tion and little treatment But la grippe
jrifjans rcora It may be mistaken for con
iPtstion of the lungs or pneumonia In
1
I some cases its advance is very sudden a
I very severe chill followed by pains likened
to those of cerebro spinal meningitis dur
ing which pains if the temperature is high
105 6 it must be watched closely This
stage is followed by extreme prostration
and what in this altitude must be guarded
against weak action of the heart and pal
pitation with often hard coughing with
or without expectoration
Other cases come on as congestion spit
ting of bloody mucus prostration fever
pains etc but in whatever form the attack
commences deathlike weakness marks
the disease
Asked as to his ideas of treatment the
doctor said
One of our French colleagues gave
some very good points to me vhich I hope
may be uf service to others and this before
it was considered to be a disease actually
dangerous He said Remember dis
ease resembles in its effects an unequal
action which if exaggerated might become
dangerous of the nerve centers and there
fore do not in its treatment use depress
ants as might otherwise be used in con
gestion of the lungs but rather use stimu
lants
lantsYou will find gelseminum and baptisia
far better remedies than aconite or vera
trum viride for this reassn if for no other
in its fever But aromatic amonia and
other stimulants are quite necessary in the
stage of depression
Any acute disease is modified by the
prevailing epidemic and we might as well
be prepared for quite a mixed lot here with
typhoid fever and this distemper
The usual treatment of catarrh is very
unsatisfactory as thousands of despairing
patients can testify A trustworthy medi
cal writer says Proper local treatment
is positively necessary to success but most
of the remedies in general use by physi
cians afford but temporary benefit A cure
cannot be expected from fsnuffs powders
douches and washes Elys Cream Balm
is a remedy which combines the important
reeuisites of quick action specific curative
power with perfect safety and pleasant
ness to the patient
A SNAP
3x10 on Gth and E 81000
5i x7 4th South between 5th and Oth
East 5500
5x8 corner 5 roomed brick on 7th N and
2d West 3000
115x150 feet corner 7th and K 3000
2x7 < 4 roomed brick 5th West between
South and North Temple 2500
Easy terms for particulars call on Castle
Symons real estate and loans Grand
opera house 34 W 2d South street Salt
Lake city
FOR 2250
You can get a gents suit made to order
from our celebrated homemade cassimere
at i Jonx C CUTLER Bno No 36 Main
street +
BLANKETS
street At Jon C CUTLER BRO No 36 Main I
CLARK THE TAILOR
All my goods are new styles the latest I
H F Clark 29 E First South
For economy buyers who like to buy for
one dollar three dollars worth of gooJs
such as clothing or shoes for their children
should go tothe receivers sale70 East First
South opposite Salt Lake theater
Auction at 41 East First South Com
mences each day at 10 a m and 2 p m I
until all is sold
FOR STAMPING
and all kinds of material for fancy work
go to the Mikado No 44 East First South
Patterns all new also a full line of
Japanese novelties Open until 930 oclock
very night MAURICE STIEFEL Prop
TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS
T hereby notify all persons who may desire
sire to bid upon thq undivided interest in
certain real estate advertised to be sold at
private sale on January IS 1S90 in the
natters of the estates and guardianship of
da Grcer Dollman and four others and of
Mary A Wray which notices of sale are
now advertised in this paper that any pur
chaser of the undivided interests of the
said minors may obtaiu the remaining one
third interest in the said real estate of the
undersigned he being the owner thereof
at the same proportionate price which may
be offered for the interests of the said
minors in the same property
D CAMP WRAY
A HMayne Co of 231 Main street
are still at the front with their list of bar
gains in business and residence property
farming lands and acreage suitable for
platting We are carefully watching the
market and have picked up several choice
properties which we offer at low figures
We keep our list always full of firstclass
Bargains and our rustlers secure our prop
erty for us directly from first hands We
also have a few of those cheap lots left
in West Drive subdivision These lots arc
so well and favorably known that comment
is unnecessary Call and see us if you
want to invest your money so as to get big
returns If you want a cheap home or
good business location we have what you
want and can sell it cheap A H MAINE
231 Main street up stairs
At the receiver sale 70 East First South
you can buy clothing such as overcoats
fine worsted or fine cassimere suits at half
their value us the accounts must be settled
up
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
William Beaver has recently opened a
firstclass stock of smokers goods at No
34J East Second South street where
lovers of the weed can always find a high
grade of imported and domestic cigars
cigarettes of all bracks and smoking and
chewing tobacco OL all brands
I Buy your candy nuts and fine fruitfor
the holidays at John McDonald Sons
For hats caps California underwear
overshirts gloves mitts we would advise
everybody to go to the receiver sale 70
East First South
TIlE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The New Directors Meet A Plan for the
Present Years Work
Hesterday afternoon Fred Simon and
L Y Hall vicepresidents and John D
Spencer H L A Culmer John W Don
nellan J M Ricketts ardC E Wantland
directors all of whom are newlyelejted
officers met at the chamber ol commerce
and qualified After taking the required
oath a short meeting was held in which
exPresident Lawrence of tho retiring
board of directors of the chamber gave
the meeting over ipto the hands of the
present incumbent First VicePresident
Simons then acting as chairman
C E Wantland was elected secretary
tern r
protdm
A resolution wascarried that a circular
letter be printed and sent to all members
of the ehamberasking them among other
things to meet at a special meeting to be
held in the chamber next Thursday on the
16th inst for the purpose of discussing a
< i4 > t < Bs < S
mode of procedure of business for the pres
ent year
The cbair appointed Messrs Ricketts
Hall and Culmer the committee to draft
the circular mentioned with instructions
to report at meeting of the directors this
alternoon at 4 oclock
It was resolved to request tho secretary
and treasurer of last year to hold over
until the return of > exGovernor West
newly elected president when steps will
be taken for the election of new officers
for these positions
All orders given our drivers will receive
11 prompt attention Troy Steam Laundry I
142 Main street
How He Fixed It I
She objected to the last barrel of flour
which the grocer had brought and after I
using a few scoopfuls from the top of the bar
reL headed it up and told the grocer to take
it awayshe should use no such flour as that I
The next barrel brought was perfectly satis
factory Now that is something like flour
she told tho family But when she reached
the bottom of the barrel she found her old
flour scoop long missing which had been
headed up in the other end The grocer had
merely brought back llie samo barrel with
the other end uppermostLondon Exchange
Uow Ha Got It l
I
GabbyHow did you get that dreadful
cold 1 I
Snuflleton Id the datural way stoopidl
Spose 1 advertised for plads ad spedifiga
tionsTexas Sif tings
Over the Baby I
Mrs Montgomery Lardo has become the
happy mamma of a baby boy who is a1
month old when ho and his mamma receive
I
a call from six of mammas young lady
friends who rush in a body toward the baby
and go like this
Ooooh the dear sweet little darling
What a perfect little beauty I
Bless his dear littlo heart
Do let me take him
No let me
No me
Isnt he sweet
Hes just as cunning as ever he can be
Isnt he though
He looks ever so much like you Minnie i
Think sol
Hes the living image of you I
His nose is a good deal like his papas
What docs papa think of him1
I should think youd be awfully proud ol
bim
11 am 1
Here here little manny look at auntie
Bess his own itty seot baby sef Is hE
aunties
Now do let mo take him
No itsmy turn
Oh I want him
I do think hes tho sweetest ibaby I evei
saw
sawOh
Oh I could eat him up alive
See that dear cunning little dimple
Oh must he go upstairs again I must
kiss him first
So must I
And I
And I
Mo too
Now its my turn Bye bye sweety
Z D in Time
His Intention
And what does your pa say Mary asked
tho young man who had requested his sweet
heart to sound her father on the subject oi
his prospects of receiving a favorable answer
to a request for the hand of tho daughter
He says answered the maiden that hE
will never permit me to marry a young man
who stays so late when ho comes here
Well said the youth it is just as well
that wo understand each other at this June
ture that is your pa and me
Understand each other
Yes for if he had considered my proposa
favorably and you had married me he
would have been very much disappointed in
me
Why so1
Why in that case I didnt intend to gc
home at allBoston Courier
Not a Quack
Patient about leaving eminent physicians
office Well doctor I will get this prescrip
tion filled at once and
Eminent Physician Ahem I Ten dollars
please
Patient Eh Do you require pay in advance
vance
Eminent Physician with great dignity
Certainly sir Im not one of yr no cure
no pay quacksNew York Weekly
The Experiment Tried
Spirited Woman to big Plug UglyOh
if I were only a man wouldnt I teach you
manners
Celestial Voice Your prayer is grantee
You shall be a man Transforms her
Big Plug UglyWhat de ye soy
Newly Made ManUiner I was merely
remarking that it was a very pleasant day
New York Weekly
Where It Went To
Have you a quarter you can give me
sir asked a tattered looking individual of a
citizen My wife and children have had
nothing to eat for two days
Oh that wont do replied the gentle
man I gave you fifty cents yesterday
What did you do with that
I had to buy meat for the dog Har
pers Bazar
An Unfortunate Man
I hear said Smith that Robinson ha
met with a great many misfortunes lately
Misfortunes echoed Brown well I
should say ho had Hes the most unfortu
nate man I ever came across Why he
continued do you know that man has got 0
large callous on his leg from kicking himself
so muchThe Jury
Ho Held to the Letter of the Law
Bad Boy getting m a body blow There
take that
Good Boy folding his arms with a saintly
expression No Tommy I will not hit you
back because Ipromised mother that would
never strike a playmate but kicking him in
tho stomach how do you liko thatfLi
Congratulations Anyhow
Book Agent Going from books to babies
madam thats a fine youngster Allow me
to congratulate you
Young Woman Sir that baby is not
mine l
Book Agent I repeat madam allow me
to congratulate youBoston Gazette
He Knew the Barber Was Aroand
Barber Razah pull saM
Customer Why youre not shaving met
Barber with a gratified smileOh yes
sah nearly fro sah Didnt you feel me
Customer Feel you 1 Groat Governor
yes I I thought you wasgiving my face a
idianipoo Texas Sittings
No harm ever done by the use of Sim
I mous Liver Regulator 1
THE ARIZONA KICKER
fclnny Things to Encourage Western
Editor
Wo extract tho following from the last
issue of The Arizona Kicker S t
THAXKS GENTLEMEN On Monday even
Ing a committee of prominent gentlemen
waited CW1 us and tendered us the nomination
for lieutenant governor of this state accom
panied by such words of praise and esteem
as brought tears to our eyes While we had
to Jedme the nomination owing to the pres
sure of our privatcTbusiness the sniri which
actuated those pjcntlemen will nae a belter
I man of us There is everything to encour
age a western editor to git Up and hump
himself liko a jack rabbit carrying sail be
fore a pack of coyotes and we wouldntex
chango our present position with anybody
THE JUDGE HAS Gm EMore than three
months ago The Kicker very kindly but firm
ly informed Jude Gridloy that this wasnt
the climate he was seeking after and once or
twice since we have courteously inquired why
he didnt get a movement on him Last Sat
urday night a committee waited on the
judge It had a rope along and the rope
was used to elevate the tardy traiier off his
feet several times When let down for good
lie had a gargle for sore throat put up at the
nearest drug store and then walked It was
a hint not to be disregarded and he will now
honor some other town with his presence
Hewas not a subscriber to The Kicker
Ctioss EYED Snoorixo Last week we ad
vised that Pinto Joe who runs tho little dog
gery just beyond the postoflice be given two
days time in which to pack his traps and va
cate the pluce Wo thought two days very
liberal time hut Joe differed with us and en
couiaged by that old sot Steve Springer ho
laid for us in front of the PalacM tel as we
went to dinner Tho first thin wo knew
Joes bullets were flying all around and ho
stainlhi only six feet away lie blazed his
six shots wounding two of our citizens as re
ported elsewhci and then wo took him by
the ned and broke him in two oVerh hitch
ing post Wo were entirely unarmed but we
knew Joo was cross eyed and couldnt shoot
for shucL Tho doctor sajs isvi ill bo in < bed
for several weeks aid perhaps b3 a cripple
for life
As for SUm Spi uiger we are looking for
him and as soon as we can lay hands on his
carcass w o will make him wish he had been
born a skunk
THATS ACCORDING A subscriber itMas
sachusctts writes to inquire if thiscliniate is
good for asthma Thats nceording We
have known men to como he mill get their
breath within u week mid o irs to lose it
inside of three days A great deal depends on
the patient It he comes here with his mind
made up to play our game drink our whisky
and mix in with our society lis I asthma will
soon leave him If he comes iu the opposite
spirit some one of our tov usmcu will very
likely feel it his solemn duty to give the
weary sufTeier rest
NOT A BITA friend of ours over at Tomb
toua inquires if the St Paul Omaha and
Denver papers do not cut into our circula
tion Wo ausvi er not in the slightest Some of
hem are taken here for their African mission
ary news and others for their market miota
ioas on coyote and rabbit pelts btit hey are
not considered as rivals in our field The
Kicker not ouly enjoys a field peculiarly its
own but is backed by a grocery feed store
hardware butcher shop harness shopshpe
store and job printing office all under one
roof and one graud management the only
institution of its kind in North America
ANNIE GThis correspondent wants us
to give her the author the poem beginning
I have loved thee many j ears Mary
And shall love thee till I die
It was written by William Tell a Swiss
gentleman whose principal business was
shooting tyrants but who had a moment to
spare now and then for the muse Wo can
o further and tell you something else you
do not know William is dead yes been
dead quite a little time and all requests for
autographs will be time thrown away Mr
Tell was a law abiding citizcn4 iwarl Jlos
ing his saloon on holidays and Sundays and
as far as we know ho died happy and made
all arrangements to pay off his debts in hard
cashDetroit Free Press
Going to See a Ulan
It was midsummer in the country There
were half a dozen girls whose brothers and
sweethearts were all toiling in the city and
could not get to the watering place till Sun
day There was not a male human in sight
and hadnt been for two days They were
all sitting gloomily on tho veranda of the
hotelGirls
Girls 1 cant stand this any more ex
claimed one
Lets go down to the station
What for It isnt train time
Ive been making inquiries Theres a
freight train coming in ten minutes 2
Whats the good of a freight train
Why we can go down and see the brake
man go by
And they trooped off running like mad
that they might i not miss him Exchange
lixamlned for Admission to tho liar
ExaminerCan you givo me an instance
of a person inciting another to perjury
CandidateYes when the court asks a
female witness how rJd ho is TexasSift
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