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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah 10 BOUND ABOUT GOTHAM i Bow the Sing Sing Prison Convicts Will Celebrate Christmas PLENTY TO EAT AND SMOKE AND LIBERTY For Their Voices All Day Toughest ChriHtmus Ainoa J Ctnn znings Kvcr oC Nota ble Mou as Hostesses and Jhiluu Jtccrcatioiis ol1 a Girl Telegraph Operator Copyright 1890 by Uachclkr A While all tho world is celebrating Christmas tho day will not pans entirely unobserved by tho people who aro out o tho world or wao bciri still m to world an shut out from Us joys and Iti ho and iroodom but not from is cares and its misery AHJ main such porsonsV JAOK at your own counly or Suito prison lorfUio and nudorgo inc tho punishiaoni against which Lhoy dare not and thtm wonder u a ray of owm Christmas joy can pass those Downing walls and into those oil Ing rooms or narrow cells less even convicts aro muting for Christinas inormiiJ as pui banks of the tands tho prison ai world as tho DECEIVIBEB 21 1S90 11TE iJAItTr TBrBTJOTS SALT CITT UTAH BRilLMT ona of If a Uriiish or occasion lo American prison found their voices now and tho uproar is all but deafening You see it is six months lusty fol have had a chance to test their lungs and they aro making the most of their opportunity A rollicking chorus catches tho fancy of all the men in one corridor and everyone helps to sing it In another there rises above the dm a clear tenor voice and soon all other voices are hushed that that ono voice may be heard It echoes through the corridor like tho sweetest saddest notes of a caged bird Only perhaps ono of tho melodramatic sentimental ballads of the day but novor was itsung with more complete for there aro tears on tho cheeks of hardened criminals as they press close to the bars of their cell doors and strain thnlr ears that they may miss nothing o the faintest notes At tho closo there is ji roar of approval and ad miring comments aro shouted out from ovory cell Tho singer responds with perhaps a similar ballad or it may be a Moody and Sankey hymn which SJUKU larly enough never fails to win the sym pathy of an audience of caged convicts when that is well sung by one of their own number And so the chatter and tho shouting and the singing goes on unchecked un til 0 oclock at night Christmas in Sing Sing prison is at an end and tho noxt morning the dreary routine of prison life is taken up again No more shouting ami singing In Sing Sing until July 4 rJLMMIXGSS HAUDKST CITnrSTMAS About as tough a Christmas as I ever said tho Jion Amos J Cum rnings was in the Army of the Potomac ft was near the banks of the Uapahan noek in There was a very cold snap and several pickets were to death i had expected to receive a box from home filled with killikiniek plum pudding soy and oilier delicacies It did not come Christmas day was cold and gloomy Even the fresh beef ra tions had given out and nothing was left fixed country j but sat pork and hard tack Wo novelist has Un some lobscouso but it did not fill ii is sure to be has In Sing Sing prison one ttioro were IJiM convict inmate an I ot number very nearly loOl w u awaiting Christmas day with ploasuio ablo anticipations Lvriiminrl Not all of them Ward working faithfully but nnryous y at tho prison printing press and I like a captive tiger as the day of his de liverance bogius to loam up bctoro him but still so far in the futurewould un doubtedly rather work all day as usua than go through the pretense or c ic brating Christmas in a prison I ho day has no meaning to him now except to remind him that Christmas this year and Christmas uuxt year must come and Ko before he can begin to reckon by weeks tho time still remaining between him and freedom To linker Ieil m a little room with a convict associate cutting and packing tobacco for prison use tho prospect of through Christmas day for tho hrst time u a prisoner in the degrading stripnd cannot havo in it ray of comtort At dally toil ho keeps up a bravo at chemfulnesii manly onougli in its way umlor the circumstances but for oil to feign enjoyment M a partici pant In a festive rohibrathm arranged for convicts by their keepers and Uisk would bo the ghastliest ot ghastly burlesques Tho doomed mur derers awaiting within Sing Sing s prison wHIs by tho practically untried and dreaded method of olectrpcution ano to all tho world but a still iiearcr to tho inevitable fatal diy Such men an itmao have no part in oven tlio ol Christinas joys but tho majority of Sing Sing prisoners will make the most of the day And a pitiable celebration it will bo Tho day More Christmas at Sing Sing will bo like all other working days in that institution At on Christmas Two each rniin will ho in his coll and thorn tho will Hml him At 7 on Christinas morning tho pris oners will from their colls taken to washrooms to arrange their simple toilet Kvorything will be qono leisurely that morning tho day being a holiday and conversation will prohibited Halfpast S will Hull tho men1 iu lho messroom 1U7 convicts can sit down at a oat what is called a That is the ha spread us for a din nor with ehjoJsoii 5VH principal dish and the convicts will bo as ulenso They will not avail themsolvos to the ful permission for plenty of chtckeu and vomiiMito side long subsistonco daily on atdoliratnly The dossorb will consist of jninoo before noon tlio men aro in thoir coils again locked up for tho of tho day Thoir celebration of tho day howovor is by uo means ovor Christmas boxes from relatives havo boon received by tho hundreds in the outer oriico by State Hotectivo who whon not hunting down runaway prisoners has special office duties to attend to including tno visitors and of sifts Tor tho prisoners Tho goods thus received aro hastily ox ami nod to see thai no lias boon made to smuggle in contraband articles such as whisky or weapons of nv kind aul Mum iho presents ol each prisoner aro plaood in a sopanao box and scut to the proper oM some of wooden hoxos are Fruit of itll kinds in profusion can bo soon in almost all of ihom and for tho woalthlor prisonnvsi you will often soo a box of oxponaivtMigars whilo convicts with sumrer relativcs get smoking tobacco and pipes Tho tobacco item iu almost ovory Christmas box Sing Sometimes it js tho only item many n woman in Now oroisswheroin tho State no fault of her own of ono who should havo been her pride and support spending her hist cent to purchtiso x Htilo tobacco for a convict husband or grownup scamp of a son because ho had said prison life would bo more endurable with it To bacco cut and packed by Banker Veil and his is furnished froo in limited to all tho convicts who want it but most of them find prison tobacco a strong and pre fer to got what they can from homo They aro permitted to soo relatives and receive presents onco every two months but Christmas is an extra day to which so far as presents aro concerned tho two months Jimicdocs not apply Then there are convicts with no friends who get no presents Some kind hearted fellow prisoner with a super fluity of fruit and cake will probably discover an unfortunate of that kind and will his feast with him a keeper making tho transfer tions for tho day are removed and al ready the men are beginning to indulge luxury of shouting and SingingiiV their privilege poi pfllyon Fourth of July and are passed gift frpni Warden Brush or Principal Keener merriment actually grows apaco Tho men have from it blockade runner but no sugar After dark a Sergeant proposed that wo should creep under a building near brigade headquarters where quarter masters supplies were stored Tlie ser geant had found an auger in a Confeder ate cellar if we could creep under tho shunty without being discovered wo proposed to bore through the flooring in search of a barrel of whiskey 1 think t crept upon my stomach for forty yards before I got under the building It was quite a dark night but the snow had melted away and the ground was very wet I could hear the sentries at brigade headquarters coughing and spitting and cursing tho cold weather Tho Sergeant joined mo half an hour later and drew tho augor out from his pocket Our wot clothes froze stiff Our hands were numb arid wo had groat diflioulty in working the auger Tho first barrel we struck was not a success A stream of poured down onr backs and J was glad to move along Tho noxt barrel to bo u barrel of molasses This mixed with thebrino produced a sticky effect Wo bored into ton or twelve barrels and dually struck what wo at first thought was the good old stuff It turned out to bo however a keg of yojish Concluding that this was the boiit we could do wo filled our canteens with yeast and spent an hour in sneaking from cover It was half past twelve when I crawled into my shelter tout J started a lire in the little mud chimney and wo had a old time with tho yeast long afterwards my brother crept into tlio tout Ho had boon on guard at division headquarters His oyos wore glowing with excitement Whatlipivn yon got Charley I askod ho replied It was just what wo wanted for yor co Too t Whore is it tho Sergeant askod got up and felt of his pockets but there was nothing there Wo pulled ofT his cap fancying that it might bo tucked away ovohis head Hut wo could not lind it 11 A quiet but confident air remained upon his fuaturos After wo had blessed him soldier fashion for lying ho turned his musket upside down and poured a pound or more of sugar out of its barrel It was the only way I oould got away with ho said for they soarchod us whon woeamo oil On tho next morning therewas groat at Headquarters The brine had boon drained from three pork barrels A barrel of mo lassos had run out upon tho ground bolow tho shanty and two nogioes H up with visions 01 molasses caiuly be fore their eyes lint this was not tho worst Two holes had been bored into a rudo collin containing tho remains of the son of a prominent who had boon killed in a previousotigagemont The cxrpso had boon wrapped in a blanket and buried near by and his father had come down to got the body before warm weather sot in I felt badly but my sorrow was tempered whoii I romomborod that the Sergeant had done Hie boring in that part of tho shanty where the coffin WJVKS OF PKOMTNUNT MEN How often do wo hoar of the wives of prominent Now Yorkers At times they appear before tho public eye but as a rule they aro either overshadowed by tho genius of the husband or retiring in thoir disposition and to most persons oven their names are unknown Who for oxamplo ever hoard of Mrs Cyrus W Field wife of tho man who laid tho Atlantic cable Yet sho is a charming Ladv Bountiful a mother in Israel who is never so happy as whon surrounded by her husband and children and grand children Sho has been all ovor tho globes has collected rare tapestries and pictures in Europe and Asia including China and Japan and speaks several languages but finds her greatest comfort in tho society of a few chosen friends and her own family Mrs Uiixssoll Sago the wife of tho millionaire king of puts and calls shines chiefly as a practical philanthropist Although nearly seventy years old sho is a woman of commandns presence Sho lives plainly and simply within the walls of a palatial home on Fifth avenue and is a patroness of nearly all the charitable organizations cpnnected with the Pres byterian church of which she is a member Another woman who denotes much time and money to chari ties is Mrs Elliott F Shepord tho eldest daughter of the late William H Vandcr bllt Sho is also a popular society wo man Her family consists of foin daughters and ono son Louise tho old est daughter made her debut m society two seasons ago Mrs Shepard enter tains with princely hospitality at hei mansion in Fifth avenue She recently contributed over to tho Young Womans Christian Association Mrs Charles Pratt jvifo of tho Brooldyi millionaire and philanthropist works hand in hand with her husband table matters She searches out dgserv inr cases and draws on him for sho ploases Mrs Whitelaw Reid wife Horuco Qreeleys successor tho Minister to the daughter of Darius 0 Mills tho wealthy financier When at home Mrs Held with hoi husband and two children live in tho palaco at Madison avenue and Fiftieth street which her froiv her as a wedding present Mrs Reid shines in society when she cares to de vote much time to it which is seldom Sho entertains charmingly afc home and has undoubtedly ere this won many new aud fast friends in Paris FUN AMOXG THE WIRES How does life go hero Thats the answer I got when I liau strolled Into the main office of the 1 ostai Telegraph Company tho other day and cotnmencod talking with a pretty young lady operator Thats doubtless very explicit to an electrician but to me it illuminates nothing of the darkness Do you man ago to enjoy yourself a bit as you go along Tell mo all about My own work is somewhat monoton ous as I work a Philadelphiaduplex and most of my messages are stock quota tions By way of parenthesis it is gen erally very easy to tell whether a man or woman is handling the keys for the touch is so different But there aro women who have such a firm touoli as to deceive the most expert Now I happen to bo ono of that class The other day one of the Philadelphia opera tors a new man called and I answered Said he T sined J Then wo had this conversation Holloa is that you Jack old ooy helloa Hows Mom C well pretty I didnt know Mom from a bunch of boots Hows Moms foot t 0 getting along abletobe around How are you said I Pretty well Ive been down to i Did you havo a big time time well I should say so Talk about your I was afraid of deep water so i Do these flirtations on the wires over havo any orange blossom and bridal veil endings I asked One of tbe young ladies in an office J once worked in commenced a little fun with tho manat end of her line it was all on the lines Then they commenced writing letters toono another Ono fine morning Mr Incog nito was brought into the office by our chief and introduced to the young woman lie had boon corresponding with They had a bout at tho theaters aud then ho wont back to bis home But tho poison was in his veins In a few months after that theyoung woman presented her resignation and was married I had from herfor a time and she told mo she was very happy had ono of the best husbands in tlio world and a very snug littlo A Clever Womaas Pen Retarcs of Brightest Bew York lift WHAT IS THE FASHIONABLE DOG Womans Preference for Fox Terriers True Can i ne Dogs Way of Getting Second Kfand Told in Womens as Scandal A Womans Motto for Season to Be Christmas Gifcs Without Money Copyright 1890 by tho Bok Syndicate Press New CORRKSPOXDENCK Till BUS NEW Dec 15 1890 Of all the funny questions that have ever come to mo tho funniest is this What is the fashionable dog my dear unknown friend you miglit just as well talk of there being a fashion in babies as in dogs Fvorybody who possesses a dog thinksUt the very acme ol stylo and the average dog nine times out of ten is so desperately stuclc on himself that ho ttfinks he Is the ono dog in the universe worth possessing He regards himself as the sole and only dog who has chic and whether his tan bo long or short ho wags it whenever hesocsa lookingglass in approbation of the reflection therein I have never had any doubt as to the stylish dog To me ho has always been a fox terrier who with all his am forced to love always and SllMvW i IT C T 7 Honry Yillaid for and araveto volis Journal TIMOTHY M ONTC OV 11113 L1SA11KKR THM ANTI Timothy M Hoaly ono oC tho brightest inon In tho anUVtirnoll seotlon of tho Irish iirliamonUry party born in tho wost orn part of County Cork in 185S His father MiMaiuico Hoaly having boon cloctocl m as i1 oC tha Lisnioro Waterforcl Union loft Ills Cork homestead smd settled withhis family in Llsinoro iulROB Aflier rannaUiiK atSt Oolvass school Mr Healy joined tho wing tho Irish party whilo In was to bo a full Kenian has wo boliovc his with tho tulvocatos physi cal forco boliovinK thaf a moral agitation based on the equities of tho Irish question can secure tho lirst dosirloratmm of tho people ruh and tho extinction of tho odious land systam before thp gupat asita oC 87081 had Kob into shsipo young Hoaly had bogim to sec that the best way to work for Ireland was to agitato for auton omy He joined the Tlome Rulo movement in Enland and contributed noL a little to itssuocossfnl dovolopment With tho forma tion of tho Land Loaguo and Parnoll phal anx in Parliament Mr Hoaly leaped into prominence and tlio House of Commons and shared tho porsooutions of his brethren clvu1 inr the Buckshot reffirae Tho now divides Parnoll from Hoaly DaviU and McCarthy and thovo seems to bo no ohauco of a reconciliation between thorn DON CAB1LOS PELLEGRINI PRESIDENT OF THE ARGENTINE Baron do llirsch tho celebrated Hebrew finaucior proposos to expend twenty million pounds in settling pcrseouted Russian Jews in tho Argentine Republic which will re ceive tho hearty support of President Pelle rlui who succeeded Dr Colman as head pf tho Argeutine Republic The resignation of J3r Oolman was made tho occasion of great popular rejoicings and Dr Pellegrini assuming oflloo was accompanied to Gov ernment Housp by crowds of popple cheered him with the iitmost onthuslasm Argentine is tho second largest republic in South America and since the war Paraguay the country has made remarkable progress In material prosperity It is esti mated that English capital to the amountof has been embarked in various enterprises in that country so the roccut revolution naturally excited considerable interest in and many Euglisbincn wcro disposed to side with tlio ists as it was thought that they wero practi cully making a patriotic protest against oulcial corruption and financial immorality SI peace hasbeen restored aud the new President has boon firmly established in his post ho aud his Cabinet havo nptniijg to forfeit their olaira to the sympathy Qf their compatriots and tho inclnTgeriQOojf their Europeanfrionds This Wasnt Salt 6 cifiss of lierc Qur jail cuipty and has bpea f r A fox tdrrier has that ciin only if llG ls in cluiocl to be aiTectiohate Instead of wallcing up to youclelicately and asking the favor of a kiss iii dog language ho makes a spring from the door to ulie chair on which you happen to be sitting lands on a delicate part of yonr anatomy nine times out of ten and then pro ceeds to cover your face with rather moist kisses If you are in bed and especially if you are a victim to an old fashioned stomachache and lie is per mitted to enter he would die if he didnt sit just where the pains wore ana look at you all the time as much as to say i never eat silly things that make me sick I never sit up too late at night or gotup too early in tho morning I never work my brain so that my head aches Oh no Im not such a fool as vou are Those are a few of the capa bilities of a fox terrier He is beauteous to lookupon but requires as much care ful grooming as a man about town ConsccinontlyI think ho must be the most stylish dog THE STORY OF A I kncNY a lovely story about and I must relieve my mind it He iived in London and his name was Charley and ho was the adorable setter ever saw lie was in tho habit of with his master every place was rather a gay old bird ley was well known at the race tho club houses and the numerous places where his masters hansom was seen driving up One day his master went to the When they cot gate a and tho master entered Char ley was following for tho hansom had been sent home as the gontlcmau was going back to town with friends Charley waited outside the gate for a tiine the over the people went homo and nobody was left but a few bobbies and three or four hansoms A WAY OF GKTTIXG JJIpCRE They up to Chailoy but lie refused lie walked along and looked at every hansom thebest in sealed hiraselt and refused out Allthe persuasion m the world had At last the fliiver out hold of him by the coiUw looked at it On it was his club ad dress Being a clever chap drove to townV to the club1 andi mode ono loan to was Tho once wasgreetedjoyiuiiy by hi9masteriWho missed him andcheerecVenthusiastioaUyby the club for doingwhat man do To day New York That who rejoices by the by in the most lovely white shirt front over saw came to pay me and my Chum a visit and I can assure that if expressed the slightest desire to eat either of us he might have done it As it was drink cakes to eat and three rapturously women Iam including myself in this party to adore him This is a true story Did for a secondhand lady to come to you I dont mean that shewas a secondhand lady exactly but a lady who deals clothes Well she sent me a card and under neath her name strongly suggestive of Judea was written and underlined From Sho arrived before I was up and while she was waiting I grew so economical I only took one lump of sugar in my coffee Then when she came in and saw the hugc pile of clothes them things that I be awaitingher and theproud air on my face shelooked at are and rather contemptuously that sho didnt think much of them l never saw anybody who had such a snif ty way1 in mylife A Felix tossed by scorn an eveninggown that was as as lookedat ence while she lumped with an air of Then she said that she would for the and I TOLD HEB TO GO HOME rf She said a great manyladies real ladies were sell as many clothes aa that for of a pair of gloves Then I risked my reputation as a reallady and standing the ma jestyofan uncurled a crimson Japanese drossingrgown a pair of white Turkish a heart on my I told that old woman to go and t got Iwould get a District and saidto myself Bab yon are mostconsummate idiot m the da people Dp as you ure of spmebodY Saying thank you for ohing I can jay in extenuationofyou Bab they claimod that whon you named a child especially a girl child you simply madeit Tor life that a blonde baby christened Julia would turn dark and grow tall and dignifiedlooking and coaldni help itThat Florence was certain to be blonde and to have nii in clination to play dreamy music as Char lotte was to be an energetic house keeper that Fanny conldnt help being frivolous and flirty and that Katherinc with all her pretty diminutives always fall in love with es pecially men people that Maud and Cora the demniLion without any volition on their part and that Ida and Blanche woro pretty cer tain to gfi 1 there in virno That Mabel wa be a littlo frigid and Mar caret had a weakness for being blonde temper That Emily had a good strong will of her own and was apt to have gray eyes and thai Evelyn well there bo agon oral feeling that Evelyn was inclined to be a bit ofa liar Everybodys mother seemed to bo named Mary and every worn an at so me time or another scomea to have a friend who was very loyal named either Francis Edith or Helen That Gladys was a pretty name for a girl as Ions as she was just a girl but that it lacked dignity whon she became a woman That Louise hadthin lips was apt to be very decided in her views and that Josephine was wheedling All the diminutives of Mary wore approved of and Dorothy was given a high place ofhonor as being aristocratic Some thing was said about Barbara and one woman without much sense saul she thought it was like a knife that cut but another ono great deal of sense said that a knife was as apt to defend you as to cut you This iswhat three women said about womens names MEN AS SCANDALMONGERS Who does tho most gossiping in this world men or women Well there I havent used the right word Gossip pure and harmless and really means chatting about gowns and be longings people and things kindly if a frivolous way But who talks the most scandal Men my men Its my private opinion than if any wicked scandal were folded up to the place from which it emanated any wicked malicious rumor it would be found that a manwas at tho bottom ot it A man who was dislikedby the woman against whom he talked Women say abominable littlo things just as small dogs snap at you and think they aro doing no end of harm but men dont hesitate to toll great big tarididdles that are like the bites of bulldogs go in deep and leave A WOMANS MOTTO FOR Most of ushear unpleasant things of ourselves our friends are courteous enough to let us know of the un kind word and us being what tho world calls shed bitter tears tears that hurt tho heart over the yelping of mongrel dogs and then we get up and realize that it would be a great deal wiser if wo could be great enough to scorn these things But you see wo cant wo are women and word hurts much more many times than docs tho unkind deed In that wise book there is one sentence that I wish men would have written framed and hung on their walls is this Man makinga woman shed tears for every tear she sheds God counts up aeciunst THE SEASONTO ETC RICH But there whats tho use of thinking of these unpleasant tilings They do exist but so do toads and no ondof1 ugly things while the shops are full of beautiful vanities while tho Christmas feeling is in the air whilo tho sun is shining and tihero are lots of prettywomen on the street thorn is no earthlyuse in bother ingabout cads who call themselves men andwomen who aro women only as f arias thoir sexiscon cecnedand who aro toads at heart This istho only time of year when T Just fancy being able to buy all gifts you want Just fancybeing able to give everyhuman being that yon knowor dont that iyon like or dont like something for Christmas day For my own part I wonJd bank rupt fortho rest off the year However there are of things that you and I can give whether there is gold purse to buy GTFTS WITHOUT MONEY There are some things that money will not buy One of them is a Christmas greeting with a kiss of love it sweeter One of them is a deal of affection and consideration Onbof them is a memory of somebody afar memory said either in a prayer or thought out whenthe Christmas ringing One of them is a new belief in human belief that the world is after all not as black as it is painted and that love andhope may go hand in hand and joy will be the Oneof thorn is a putting down of all the hard unkind blotting out of the disagreeables and an inten tiori to see only the beautiful things Ono of this is the best of all is to resolve when your Christmas hymn to be good andland and lovingto all thelittle babies in this all the and then in that greatfuture ypuwillHnd that as ye havo done It untothe least ofthese yo have done it unto BAB SnccessoT to the Bank of Bait t SALT LAKE CITY TAMES H BACOS President JGRAY VKObS JUDGE J D TUSX1CLIFF a Li JAKVlis TKKASxmY WASHINGTON October isw t chat Tho Territory of Utah bos complied with ill of the statutes ShcUnitcd StatK rVquiVd 10 bo iompliod with an association nball be authorizedto com mencc KO STREET SALT LAKE CITY 5 F2EK CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS C A PIT AIi BHOX Frank Knox L A Culmot T F Muljoy G S K VioePrcsidont J AKASLS A Lowe Emannal J SALT LAKE UTAH SUCCESSORS TO WALKER BROTHERS ESTABLISHED UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Transact a General Business SAFE DEPOSIT FIBE BmreorAK PROOF Irom to J R WALKKR E B WALEEI J CisMie t H WMSWORTB iist CwMw R WiLKEB Awt Owhier ARMSTRONG W President M B CuMiaNGS Cashier 34 Kast First South Street CAPITAL PAID UP SURPLUS Gencml Banking business BT5 per paid on savings de ls coTUPQUDQcd 4 times a ESTABLISHED 1873 ILLS FARGO BANK Salt wuys and sells Exchange xnaiccs Transfers on the principal cities of tho Stales iind ICuropo and ou all points ol the V Coast Issues letters of credit available in tho principal cities of ihc world Special attention civcn to th selling of Ores and IJulliou Jkd Sauces made on ConsifenniuntsatLowest Particular attention givon to cpljcclioiis throughout Utah Nevada and adjoining Territories Accounts solicited COKRESPOHDEBTTS Wells York First National li ist National Bank Merchants KationalJJank Wells 2ostSa Sftn Francisco J E PAGifIC SHTES Savings Loaa and BniMing COMPANY Authorized Captal Califoraia P O Hoi 7 CAPITAL SURPUiS JOHN G ROBINSON Office M E Soatli Salt Lake City ney John Donuellaa Mional Bank SALT LAKE HE IstJidnthSt Urn BuiWinjrcor 2nd Souflj t General Banking in all Certificates ot Deposit pajabli on de bearinp interest it left1 a specified lime Sells Drafts and of Exchange on all prinoi the States audEuropc GcorpeM President W P INoble VicePresident Ttiomas Marshall 2nd W Donncllan Ore and Bullion Buyers Sandy Sampling Works Sandy Established in ORES SAWPLED AND SOLD To tbo htcbest bidder Satisfaction Gojsiininents solicited Onlcc opposite Salt Lakt City BISHOP T B JONES T JLi LYNN SALT LAKE Transact a Geueral Banking Business in all its Dealers inForeign and DoinestioEr change Careful attention givento1 collections made on day of payment Bonds bought and soldon commission Long Joans hi ado on oilyreal estate at low rates of in terest Special iitteatipB to the ores and bullion of which consignments aro so licited Advances mado on ores base bulUoc gold and silver bars shipped for refining New J 3 A Co San of Bank German National Bank THJE AND R C THE MERCAMttE AGENCY GEO OSMOND Gcnoral Manager UTAH ANJD Ofleet In ErocreM tuijdiuc Salt Lake City your jail was oitiior or so it it is be your only oxpdrierice ladies who any form of nervous disease or any disorder of the generative pr cansofeithersex from tneeiccssi vc BEFORE SUnjulaiits Tobacco1 oi or indisero tion1 sueh as Xofcs of Brain Power in the back Nervous Pros tratiou ziness Weak Memory KCssofPower and Impo tency premature old age and insanite 6 boxes f or Sent by mall ori receipt of price A WRIT EN is given for every order received to refund the money if a rermanont cure is not effected We have thousands of testimonials from old and young ofboth sexes been perjnanently curcd by the use pf Apjdroditoe pircjilar free Address J THE APHROlWEDiGlNE CQ OE Spjfd SMITH Salt Lako o1S9 Prompt attention givci to all orders bj Mail or Charges uniform and ASSAY BAKAUER Manager Samples by Mail or Express Will recejve Prompt Attention Analytical a specialty Sendfor price list Jfo 131 South Main Over LAKE C8TYy UTAH ASSAY Main Street Salt lake City Under W S Ores Carefully Assayed Sarnples pent from distance promptly attended to and returns the following Charges modcTate Sanely Station Utah Ores bought by us will be sampled om Sampler Jres W J B WAXKER GonU Sopt F 11 OFFICER Gtanl First South Street Salt READ Pittsburgh Opera House Block Salt Lake City Utah Transacts a jeneral Open daily from 10 to 3 p m Saturdays from 10 a m m Five per ccut interest paid on deposits BOTD PAHK president S F WAIKBK Cashier WML H L F KuiiAk DIKECTORfi W W VicePresident S H FiELnS AssistantCasnier J B F C Iw E B CUITOHLOIV 0 L teica All roods warrantedas represented attentfon given to Peteat OPPOSITE POSTOFFiCi DEPAKTMENT a taorougli natorral layji and careful the fine tritib3 properties of Mr Eppshas a prOpeEVHS UJL providedour lables d whichvmay save us many It is bythe ludicious use of such 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