|Paper||Salt Lake Enterprise and Journal of Industry|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Salt Lake Enterprise and Journal of Industry|
SAul LAKH ENTERPRIS. So THE A NIGHT Random Readings. OF AGONY. Why ors? Because never dun. - A Woman Gives Birth to a Child Under Shocking Circumstances. a woman’s oe —He—“What a lovely ion you have, Miss Maud.” which the victim was a young mother, ought to be lovely, it costs was discovered at the St. Nicholas Hotel. The evening previous Mrs. Thomas al, OX” The crushed snelirbiehns color that McGlynn, a wife of 19, arrived in Denver from Littleton in search of her hus- was so fashionable for a time has band, an employe at a Holladay street been’ succeeded by a shade called livery stable. While proceeding to her spilled molasses. — destination Mrs: McGlynn was sud- tor. denly overtaken by the pangs of labor, In necessitating immediate shelter. for murder or outrage—and A case of acute physical suffering, in no inconsiderable this condition she applied at the St. State Journal., “Now is the time for Nicholas, and without stating her diffi- Npwport wives to organize a genuine | culty, was given a cold room. During labor union,’ the middle of the night she gave birth He who to a child, but as it was some months edly asks, sedulously attends, point calmly speaks, coolly anpremature, the infant did not survive. swers, and ceases when he has no Suffering the most intense pain, and more to say, is in possession of some nearly benumbed with cold, the young of the best requisites of man. mother lay uncared for until late yesAn English traveler in America She was finally disterday morning. covered by the proprietor of the hotel, asked a captain of a lake steamer the name of the lake they were travers- ing. He replied, “Lake Huron.”’ “Yes, | know,” responded the Englishman, “it is the lake I am on; but what is its name?” Friend—Don’t cry so, dear Charley was a real good husband. Widow---I know it. I don’t believe I'll ever get one like him again. Everybody knows he was so good to der medical care she soon reyived and late last evening was convalescing sat_ She attributes her misforfactorially. tune to the fact that while recently moving she strained herself severely. The remains of the infant have been taken care of by the Coroner. me that in common t From The Tuscarora mines are now making regular bullion shipments. take without trouble having been have They me. Just then with- and ‘and had} the again If you take too much out.reaction. with strikers at the Hl Paso smelting of any one essential, you cheat some | works, Equipose of the various eleother. The work of development is pro- -ments of our being is what we want. gressing in the mines of Jsere Got Hm—A New Englander who »? district, Nev. | was. wag kept an. eating-house near A Coalfield 200 miles toby is5 ehid Boston, where, as he used to say, you been traced in Montana, réach- | could. get, ‘anything’ that was‘ ever have to One day in came a ing from the Big Horn mountains, in made to eat. line. stepping up to the and, British the New-Yorker, to Custer county, what he could landlord the asked bar, ~The mining companies of Deer “Anything, give him for dinner. g returnin Lodge county, Montana, from host—“anything the said sir,” ‘net proceeds” for taxation this year canary bird's a to elephant pickled a ; are the Granite Mountain, $100,000 tongue.” “Wall,” said the New-Yorkthe Blue-Eyed Nellie, $100,000; the eyeing him, “I:guess I'll take a er, Hope, $68,000, and the: Cable. $27, “Well, piece of pickled elephant.” 000. ready, all em ’em—got’ got we've The machinery for ae concentrat- right here in the house; but you'll ing works at J uab Mine, Lincoln have to take a whole ’un, ‘cause we county, has been received at Pioche. never cut ’em,”’ The _New-Yorker At a recent meeting of prominent thought he would take some cod-fish citizens of Prescott. A. T., says the and potatoes. iS “Rocky Mountain Mining Review, Wild Dogs. after reference to certain swinding | Kingston (N.Y.) Freeman: “About transraction that had been successfuly eight miles from Poughkeepsie is the it Arizona, Northern in out carried deprecate and repudiate all connection with such schemes as the Hidden Treasure Quick and Relief of driver Manufacturer gave States nation richest the in the globe, and that we will join hands judge. and they the size of a newfoundland line, are entitled to move in the pro- Those cession of progressionists.” are also. the sentiments of Utah This Territors is a poor people coun- The mining in. try for “wild cats.” dustry of Utah has thrived upon its merits and will increase.and grow on the same basis more the comming season than ever before. There are vast fields, innumerable bonanza and untold wealth yet to be developed hereabout and they will be developed, owned and handled by ye honest mining men. STREET. Calders, B.PACE WEEKLY JOURNAL Devoted General: Music Dealers, i to Utah and its Resources Steinway, Steck, Behr, Pianos! Hardman, Pianos! Mason & Hamlin Organs. ; MINERAL AND The Finest in the World. MANUFACTURING. Instruments sold on easy payments. Old Instruments taken in part pay- Yeadon & Heath, oll, he guarantees anything he sells. Levy. Sam 71 & 173 S. Main Strett, Saft Lake. | CHAS. J. GOOCH. PATENT : ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, St. Cloud Building, Corner Ninth and | PENASU.,, ING, Woes WASHINGTON, D. C. Agencies Countries. in all Patent Granting birth down Besides, they have they are ferocious. the cunning of the fox added to the higher intelligence of the domestic dog, which is such an assistance to them that it seems almost impossible to kill one of them unless a man goes alone, and then, although he may shoot one, the rest of the pack will make short Hunters would much work of him. rather run across a pack of wolves than dogs, for in this wooded district they come upon them unawares, kill their hunting dogs, and, if the hunters do not beat an immediate retreat, will In several cases hunters attack them. rocks, with the natural chemical de- by the Lovell Washer ANY. Erie, Pa. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, posits found throughout the Territory, will eventually make it The Manufacturing: Center| 150 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Basement Ere of WMeCornick’s Attention Given | vestors. Bank. to Outside In- of the great inter-mountain country. The Miner, the Mechanic, the Farmer or the Rancher, can ‘find no better country in the West than Utah; no such opportunities as here presented are offered the Manufacturer elseNo. 21 E. Second South Street, . where; and using ordinary business Salt Lake City, Utah. prudence, the Capitalist can invest in Utah with absolute safety and be) Investments carefully made for outsure of realizing handsomely upon side parties. Has the largest list of properties for sale in city and county. every dollar put forth. Real Estate in Salt Lake City has advanced fifty per cent. during the ATENTS ON INVENTIONS, CAVA Solid Boom is surely six months! EATS, etc. Patent drawings. ModThe mission of the “Ey- els to order. Official copies of any coming! TERPRISE” is to present and spread patent since 1886, 25 cts. ‘Inventors Manual” free. Address J. F. CORKER, abroad such material information P. O. Box 708, Salt Lake City. Office the help 83d floor, Room 5, Hooper & Eldredge concerning Utah as will move along, and to this end the “Hn- Block. TERPRISE’’ will have a Geo. H. Knowlden REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT, This space will be Guaranteed CirOccupied culation of 3000. have been in this plight, and forced to climb trees in order to save their lives. Many stories are told of the remarkable Instead of the animals. A three-year-old boy's mother cunning of cunning, perhaps, a better word would looked at him a little curiously the When a party of be ‘“intelligence.”’ other day and asked: “What will you: hunters undertake to hunt these wild do when you become a man, Lonzo?” dogs, they are never able to find them, Quick as a flash, seizing on some- for, seemingly, they know very well the their own strength, and, though they thing essentially masculine, youngster answered: ‘Go up in the may be a match for one or two men, they cannot cope with a. dozen.” bath-room and shave, like papa.” — SOUTH Smokers’ Articles with honest men in all sections, in to a small fox dog. They run in comexposing frauds and sustaining hon- panies, and itis extremely dangerous est endeavors to increase the yield of for a man to come across them, for bullion, and partially prove, in that E. THIRD Tur PUBLISHERS OF THE “HNTER- Ment.  Also Dealers in all kinds of pRish&”’ have an implicit faith in the We Rent, Tune, Polish and great future of Utah. Her mines are rich and permanent, and have Repair. — yielded large returns’ upon all capi45 and 47 West First South St. Of which he has the largest assorttal invested; her agricultural lands goods these on and ment in the West, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. are fertile and produce abundant he is crops of nearly all the grains and PREPARED 10 MEET ALL COMPETITION. fruits; and the enormous deposits of And to insure perfect satisfaction to coal, iron; limestone and building run from dog Hi igars. There are about fifty in all, as near as they can Celebrated y | AGRICULTURAL, Fine Havana Hand-Made Yvapai County; and the Tortilita to alitterinthe woods. The dogs grew racket in Pima County, we recognize up wild, and it seems took to running the fact that the mines of Idaho, with foxes and animals of like -kind,| of anMontana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, which resulted in another breed and part fox, which are California, New Mexico and Arizona imals, part dog the terror of that part of the country. have largely helped to make United the SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. or. in that vicinity,a female Newfoundago, JOURNAL OF INDUSTRY! turned to most desirable breed of wild dogs, or rather half dog and half wild beast. According to the stories of the farmers land dog, a few years of Silver Brand of Fine Grac Kers. here, I cd was voted that “while the community % deserted SAM LEVY decency I can’t intoxication Manufacturers Wn * factory, to tranquillize said Webster, courage WALLACE, Manager. Utah Cracker seh me, and, with a gruff voice, inquired my name. Igaveittohim. ‘Where are you going?’ said he. The reply was, “I'o Washington. J am a senator.’ Upon this the driver seized me frequently by the hand, and exclaimed. ‘How gladlam! I have been trembling in my seat for the last hour; for, when I looked at you, t took you to be a highwayman. a Bootry again for ever so long hoo! Bring up your children to joy. Give them just as much as they can our Exchanges. SALT LAKE. ENTERPRISE partly succeeded when we reached the dark woods between Bladensburg and Washington——a proper scene for confess, my HENRY Prop. alarm in the sena- “I endeavored myself,’ “Twenty-three new babies in Newport in one day,” says the Kentucky who at once took immediate steps for As quickly as possible Mrs. her reiief. McGlynn was removed to a warm room Unand a physician was summoned. GEO. HUSLER, | On a certain occasion Webster the American senator was on his way to work is his duties at Washington. He was R compelled to proceed at night by a complex- stage from Baltimore. He had no She—‘It traveling-companion, and the driver one dollar had a felonious look which produced are there no female bill-collect- Presenting a resume of the Industrial Progress of Utah from week to week—just thé very journal to send East and West to your friends who are interested in Utah. ELI H. PRICE, Green, Staple, and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Poultry and Fish, No. 254 Main St.. Salt Lake City. SEARS & JEREMY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Subscription, $2 Per Year Flour, Grain, The guaranteed weekly circulation of the Enrerprise—greater than all the trade and commercial journals from Omaha to San Francisco combined—will make it especially val- Feed, Grass uablr to advertisers. Rates, etc., will be furnished on application. Address all Communicatious, iness Notices, etc., to Bus- THE SALT LAKE ENTERPRISE North Salt Lake City, - Utah. —AND— GARDEN Agents 46 W. SEEDS. for Imperial Egg Food. First South SALT LAKE Strect, CITY, UTAH.