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I S THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY JANUARY 29 1891
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FORT DOUGLAS FACTS
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A Newsy Budget From the City
t on the Hill
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THE POST SCHOOL AGAIN GOING
Port Douglas Gazette 1 wo Kccruits Twenty
eIght Years In the ServiceThe
I New Theatre
The war is over
Lemons at the canteen
Muster and inspection on Saturday the
last day of the month
Snow fell on the iCth The parade ground
s covered with snow consequently no pa
rades
Subscribe for the best daily paper in
Sult Lake THE HEUALD keep posted on
the worlds doings
First Lieutenant Walter A Thurston
Sixteenth infantry depot quartermaster at
Ogden waS at the post recently
Captain Clapp Sixteenth infantry who
has been at Hot Springs Arkansas for
treatment for rheumatism has been
granted a six months extension of leave
Work on the now fort theatre has not
been resumed as yet the carpenters haying
discontinued the same when we received
our New Years gift L c our bad land trip
Corporal Murray company G Sixteenth
infantry escorted the remains of Lieuten
ant Casey Twentysecond infantry who
was killed in the bad lands to Pawtucket
Rhode Island
Two recruits arrived at the post on the
evening of the 25th and left for Fort Du
chesne on the morning of the 27th having
been assigned to company F Sixteenth In
fantry at that post
During our absence the ice houses were
WeU nigh filled one more good freeze will
complete the work of storing away the
frigid blocks which will cool our water
during the heated months
The post school was resumed on the 26th
instant Our schoolboys will now have
their daily instructions as of yore under
the careful supervision of Prof Spidell of
company G Sixteenth infantry
Sergeant RusselL company B Sixteenth
infantry is detailed on special duty now
He is an excellent gentleman and during
our absence in the field performed the
duties of canteen steward in a most cred
itable manner
The old chesnut of our Sixteenth infan
try contemplated move to California is now
laid eternally to rest as a recent telegram
tells us that the First infantry has been
ordered to its home in the Golden state
My opinion is we are here for some years
as yet
I acknowledge the receipt of the Demo
crat published at Chadron Dawes Co
Nebraska The editor Mr C W Allen
represented the New York HcnUd at Pine
Ridge agency during the Sioux campaign
and did most excellent work His paper is a
good one and is authority on Indian mat
ters
The San Francisco War Cry the Salva
tion army organ of the Pacific coast in its
last weekly issue presents pictorially the
death of Lieutenant Casey in South Da
kota whilst scouting This paper is quite
enterprising and the issue speaks com
mendably of its editor it I am competent
to pass judgment
My friend Tom Hayes of company F
Twentyfirst infantry has completed over
twentyeight years in Uncle Sams army
Skip as ho is familiarly called reen
listed at Fort Robinson in his old company
and when his thirty years period for re
tirement is completed he will have com
pleted twenty years in company F Heres
to you Skip
First Lieutenant Warren Cowles is now
regimental quartermaster Sixteenth infan
try vice First Lieutenant Woodbury pro
moted to a captaincy Colonel Blunt is to
be congratulated on his selection of so
worthy an officer to fill the vacancy on his
staff whilst the newly made captain is like
wise entitled to much praise lor his excel
lent work as quartermaster
The paragraph under the head Abate
ment of Sentence of the prison regula
tions has been so amended as to require
the commandant of tho prison to recom
mend two weeks preceding July 4 and
Christmas in each year the names of two
persons who shall in his opinion be most
deserving of a remission of tho unexecuted
part of their sentences Heretofore one
week preceding the days named was the
time required Kansas City Times
Lieutenant J G Ord son of the late
MajorGeneral Ord U S A and who was
appointed a second lieutenant from the
ranksLieutenant Ord being at the time
of his promotion regimental quartermaster
sergeant First infantry has just had his
appointment confirmed by the Senate The
objections to the young lieutenant which
were filled by Colonel Lazelle Eighteenth
infantry caused a detention of several
months in his confirmation but upon a
thorough sifting of the entire matter the
Senate declared Jules Garesche Ord as
worthy of the shoulder straps and so rati
fied his appointment by their vote
HEADQUARTERS SIXTEENTH INFANTRY
FORT DOUGLAS UTAH V
January 1 1891
Orders No 1
With the approval ol the secretary ot war
First Lieutenant Warren H Conies appointed
regimental quartermaster vice First Lieuten
ant Thomas C Woodbury promoted captain
Sixteenth infantry
In relieving Captain Woodbury from the posi
tion of regimental quartermaster the regi
mental commander desires to express his satis
faction as to the manner in which Captain
Woodbury has conducted that department and
at the same time to offer his congratulations on
his promotion
By order of Colonel Blunt 1
Signed S W DDNNUG
First lieutenant Sixteenth infantry adjutant
Paragraph 1150 as amended by orders of
1889 and 1890 Is further amended to read
as follows When mattresses are not
supplied each enlisted man in barracks and
each prisoner in the guardhouse will bo
allowed a bedsack and thirty pounds of
straw per month for bedding and td men
in field hospitals such quantity as the chief
medical officer shall certify as necessary
So far as practicable iron bunks will be
furnished to all prisoners in post guard
houses and prison rooms
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE PLATrE
OMAHA NEBRASKA JANUARY 21 issi
Circular Aro 1
When an enlisted man is furloughed and dis
charged under paragraph 3 general orders No
tO series 1890 adjutant generals office the act
log commlFsary of subsistence of the post from
which the furlough was granted will make pay
merit to such erhsted man by check of the com
mutation of rations due for the time he was on
furlough transmitting the same by registered
mall on receipt of properly signed vouchers
Form No 13 Should the acting commissary
of subsistence not have sufficient funds on de
posit to pay the amount required he will trans
mIt the vouchers to the chief commissary or
subsistance at department headquarters for
payment
By command of Brigadier General Brooke
M V SHEKIDAN
Assistant Adjutant General
Circulars are now out inviting subscrip
tions to the Fort Douglas Gazelle an 8xW
three column ten page trimonthly haper
which Mr E Nissen and Fritz propose
to offer for the digestion and criticism or
our 600 people the initial number bearing
date February 10 IS91 I am prepared to
say thatj barring death change of station
and Indian wars the Gazette will come to
stay and be not as a friend jocosely re
marked a tri monthly from the fact of the
first issue being gotten out when its pro
prietors will try to get out the remaining
two numbers to complete the month In
this connection I desire to inform TnE
HERALD patrons at Fort Douglas and else
where that this new venture will not
cause a discontinuance of these jottings
L but my items will appear as regularly as
they did before we unexpectedly journeyed
to Northwestern Nebraska I would be
much pleased to see THE DAILY HERALD
I list swelled to twice the size It has pub
lished our news and given us better ser
vice than any other Salt Lake daily So
boys keep up your subscription to THE
HERALD and keep posted on the doings of
the civilized world I also desire in this
paragraph to thank the boys for past
favors and for their appreciation of my
t writings from Adaton Nebraska Had
tn our lot been cast at Pine Ridge agency I
ould have done better At all rates sub
scribe for the soldiers friend THE HERALD
and be happy I
JANUARY 371891 FRITZ
KEJIAEKABLE RESCUE
Mrs Michael Curtain Plain Held Ill
makes the statement that she caught cold
which settled on her lungs she was
treated for a month by her family pb si
c an but grew worse He told her she was
hopeless victim of consumption and that no
medicine could cure her Her druggist I
vuggested Dr Kings New Discovery for
nsumption she bought a bottle and to
fer delight found herself benefited from
the first dose She continued its use anc
sifter taking ten bottles found herseli
sound and well now does her own house
work and is as well as she ever was Free
trial bottles of this Great Discovery at
A C Smith Cos Drug Store large bot
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Bruises Burns Frosted Feet and Ears
Sore Throat and Sore Chest If you have
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to the seat of the disease It will cure
Stiff Joints and contracted muscles after
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THE SALTUS SUIT
The Novelist Has Something to
Say About It
He Comes Out Very Clean From a System of
Spying Practised Upon HImHis Wifes
Obedience Commended
Specialto TilE HEHALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YORK Jan 2S0n December 10
1SS9 Mrs Edgar Saltus wife of the novel
ist brought suit of absolute divorce alleging
leging a statutory offense and naming as
corespondent a young lady friend of the
household and one of its frequent inmates
She is the daughter of Mr William G
Reed a wellknown and wealthy business
man of New York and ho is of course
known to nearly every reader of contem
poraneous American novels For a year
nothing has been heard of the case It ap
pears howeyer it has been passing
through the regular legal stages nnd that
numerous hearings have been had before
Referee Theodore Conolly
j It was stated at the beginning of the suit
that Mr Saltus had made a confession of
his guilt and had fled to Europe A few
days after the publication of the summons
Mr Saltus returned to this city Ho denied
he had made a confession of any kind
nature or description He stated he had
gone abroad on a purely business matter
The proceedings before the referee have
been held in camera but Mr Saltus dis
cussed his defense and other features of
the case today with that freedom which Is
charged is the one quality of his novels be
ginning thus
I was taken ill in Londony he saJd
and the fact of my Illness was cablea to
the newspapers here As I subsequently
learned the initial proceedings were then
begun I took the next ship home Tosay
that I was surprised at Mrs Saltus action
is to put it mildly We parted on the best
possible terms When I returned Mrs
Saltus wrote me a pretty note in which
she said it was all her fathers doing and
as for herself she fancied would bo hap
pier as a bachelor It was considerate of
Mrs Saltus to put it that way and I could
not but admire her taste awl tact at the
same time As her father had selected as
corespondents two entirely innocent
young ladies of unblemished reputation it
was my duty to interpose an answer deny
i I ing the alleeations of the comnlaint nnd
I want the action tried
Edgar Saltus did not have long to wait
Referee Theodore Conolly was appointed
to take testimony and his former servants
appeared before the referee They testi
fied that during the time they were in the
home of the Sdltuses they wero employed
by one of the plaintiffs relatives to keep a
diary of his movements to read his letters
listen at keyholes to preserve scraps of any
correspondence they could gather or pur
loin and whenever ho received a visit
exercise watchfulness and vigilance This
state of things it appeared had been going
o n for over a year and a half during which
the novelist was presumably too much ab
sorbed in his own plots to notice tho one at
his elbow
In spite of this vigilance and in spite too
of the fact that Saltus is notoriously one of
the most reckless and indifferent of men
the servants who were engaged in spotting
him were unable to testify to auythincr
r relevant thesuit for divorce When tho
testimony was taken ho igain started for
London and there occupied himself in
writing a life of Christ which is soon to be
published
In conversation with friends recently he
said If it had not been for this divorce
suit I could not have written it It taught
me what charity and forgiveness really
are I havent a grievance to my name
against Mrs Saltus I admit I think it
was illadvised for her to sue me by pub
lication particularly when a cablegram
would have answered as well It is not a
thing I would like a sister of mine to do or
a daughter either But as she says as it
was her fathers wish it is impossible for
me not to command her obedience
The Will of George Bancroft
WASHINGTON Jan 2SThe will of the
late George Bancroft has been placed in
probate The estate is given in trust for
the benefit of relatives Bancroft gives
his portrait to EaTarJ colleco His man
uscript and historical collections will be
offered for sale to the Library of Congress
and in the event of their not being pur
chased to be offered to any public library
the money to be added to the trust fund
The library and printed works will be sold
preferably to some institution and this
money is to go to the same fund The in
come from his copyrights is also to go to
this fund
Snow and Thaw In Europe
LONDON Jan 2SIn England France
and Austria the rapid thaws continue
Havoc has been caused in western Ger
many by floods In Berlin and eastern
Germany however terrific snowstorms
are raging The Elbe and Welder are
nearly free from ice and navigation has
been resumed on those two rivers Numer
ous wracks on the Indian sea are reported
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The Barbed Wire Manufacturers i I
CHICAGO Jan 2SThe barbed wire man j
ufactures after a lengthy discussion have i I
decided for the Columbia Pate t I I
company to handle and control
the 4 barbed wire patents after
they ate purchased from Washburn
Moen Instead of tribute to the latter
firm each manufacturer will then pay U
per ton royalty to tho new com
pany and the profits of the company will
be distributed among the stockholders
Washburn La Moen will be paid in the I
neighborhood of 303000 for patents The
company will be organized within a couple
of months
The directors of the Durango Steol and
Iron company of Mexico representing in
terests of 3000000 today considered the
propositions of an English syndicate to
purchase tho company The matter was
referred to a committee
Italy and the Papal Succession
Rem Jan 23 Copyright 1891 to tho I
Now 1 ork Associated PrcssThe Vati
can has been advised by the Italian govern
ment that it is occupying itself diplomati
cally regarding the successor of Pope Leo
in order to prevent tho election of a pope
unfavorable to Italy and favor
able to France Premier Crispi will
endeavor to demonstrate to the
triple alliance that in view of
the hostile spirit which exists in high
quarters it is to tho interest of the allied
cabinets to prepare for the coming con
clave Every one however at the Vatican
appears serene partly because the Pope
still enjoys perfect health and again be
cause the sacred college can in case of
rt
necessity meet elsewhere than in I
Rome In conversation a highly placed per
sonage said the times had passed when car
dinals accept the veto of monarchies Ab
solute liberty will henceforth be
the principle on which the con
clave will work The personage in question
said it was difficult to determine the prob
abilities of the next conclave Various
candidates have been mentioned but none
decided upon Under extraordinary con
ditions if the conclave is held abroad
and in the midst European complications
it is to be presumed the cardinals
would choose a neutral foreign pope For j I
example Manning of England Gibbons
of America or Malinci Again it is to te
borne in mind he said that the
foreign cardinals era long will form 1
a majority in the sacred college With the
I devopment of Christianity the church
deems more cardinals in America Aus
tralia Canada China and Africa neces
sary and this will modify essentially
the conditions of the papacy Further
as the world is becoming Romanized
it is necessary the papacy should become
universal From this it is evident the
pope can no longer be exclusively Italian
Manning and Gibbons have especially
gained in ecclesiastical opinion during
these latter years
A QUESTION WELL ANSWERED
In What Respect Is Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy Better Than Any Other
WE WILL TELL YOU
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It will cure a severe cold in less time than
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It is the only remedy that has cured
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It is pleasant and safe to take There is
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in large and frequent doses which are al
ways required in case of croup and some
times for whooping cough
It is put up in large bottles for the price
Many persons who nave used it for years
and know from experience its true value
say that a 50cent bottle of Chamberlains
cough remedy will go further towards cur
ing severe colds and do more real good than
a dollar bottle of any other cough medicine
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Accommodating
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The right kind of a feller to have on the
icpOnce a Week
Our Dog
Sissy called the boy as he ran up to a
little girl standing at the gate in front of
a house on High street run in and tell
your mother that your brother Johnny is
having a dog fight in the barul
Is he
Yes
Is our dog iu <
Yes
Which is whipping J
Your dog
Goodygood Hurry around and tell
Johnny to sic em and to kick the other
dog and Ill stand in the back yard and
tell inn if she comes that its only the catsi
Detroit Free Press
THE DESEREI SAVINGS HANK
The attention of those desiring to open
savings accounts is called to the Deseret
Savings Bank which allows interest on de
posits at the rate of 5 per cent per annum
compounded quarterly Money to loan on
approved real estate security Its officers
are as follows
JOHN SnARl President
MOSES THATCHER VicePresident
E A SMITH Cashier
> DIliECTOllS
JOHN Saint f J R B VRXES
JAMES SHAIIP D H PEUUT
MOSES TnlTCHEit J T LITTLE
< y HEXKY Dtswooucr > ELIAS A SMITH
ts His WW RITEU
J C CUTLER F W JENNINGS
GEOIIGE ROMNET
Take it before breakfast because it
will give you an appetite regulate the
bowels and cleanse the system of all im
purities Dr Henleys English Dandelion
tonic Sold everywhere t
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Sign Writers Painters Houso Decorators
AND DZALBR3 IN
Wall Paper Painters Supplies
107 E Flm South Street
Opposite City Hall Salt Law uity Utah
Telephone No d83 iiin ATJSS FURNISHED
PANTS
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220 W SECOND SOUTH
HOTEL TEMPLETON
NoVQ Open
Only FirstClass Hotel in the City i
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Terms 350 to 500 Per Day S
Cor Main and South Temple Streets
OPPOSITE TEKPLE SALT LAKE CITY V
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GREAT REMOVAL SALE
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Sd Nathans
25 Per Cent Discount Off on all Suits
and Overcoats Until January
15th 1891
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THIS JIIiENE ACRIFICE
1st The building we occupy now is rented
to other patties
2nd The building s in bad condition and
not adapted to our useD
3rd We have rented a better and larger
builoing
4th We must reduce our immense stck a I I
we wish to reopen in our new store in
the spring with an Entire New Stock
Se Jo NATHAN
Next to Prepress Building 151 Main St
Utah Cracker Factory
37 E THIRD SOUTH STREET
Manufacturer of tho Calobratad
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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NELSON A R NSOH FF
Commencing Monday Jan 19
FOR ONE LVEEK ONLYo
As it is now high time for Ladies to make up
SPRING UNDERWEAR
We will offer our entire stock of Linen Torchon Medici and Smyrna Lace from
7inch tolOinch wide we will sell from 4c to 142 per yard
Also a full line of Cambric Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries in the Latest
French Patterns from 3dinch to 15inch wide to sell from 3c to 5115 per yard
newest and Latest Designs and Only First Quality Guaranteed
All of the above goods at more that 33 13 per cent Reduction
Specia1 Atteiiticrn to lVIai1 Orders
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PAIDUP CAPITAL 200000 f1 i c nic
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ASSETS OYER 8272865 it I
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HEBER J GRANT President JOSEPH F SMITH President
JAMES SHARP VlcePresldaal HEBER J GRANT VlcaPrealdsat
LEWIS S HILLS Treasurer LEWIS S HILLS Treaouror
ELIAS A SMITH Secretary tuslllC M WELLS Secretary
v V J BATEMAN Asst Secretary
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GXOBQXROUMZT JOHN c CDTIJSB WM W Rime jAina SHABP
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WHUllI EL ROWS J1UNK W JlHHINaS JOHN 0 CUTLER KUAS A SMITH
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leads in accurate styles flntclasa workman
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lug a fine shoe
Perfect in Style and Workmanship
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11OME COAL COPY
22 Eo First I South St
ELIAS 4 mORRiS
Has a handsome line of
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Phii3 Klipples Carriage Shops
Crri7ge and Painting
Y ago Repairing and Trimming
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