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Are Doubly Equipped,
Having &

A Business Education

With it they can earn enough in six
days so that they need not work on
SUNDAY
Ten students from the SALT LAKE
BUSINESS COLLEGE get employ-
ment where one from all its competi-
tors combined is so fortunate. The
school occupies the entire top floor of
the bank building shown in the cut

below.
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SALT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE,
TEMPLETON,

SALT LAKE CITY.

BANK BUILDING.) JOSEPH NELSON, President,

WILLIAM JOHNSTON, Secretary SAVE YOUR MONEY, AND WHEN YOU GET A DOLLAR DEPOSIT IT WITH ZION'S SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY.

ZION'S SAVINGS

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4 Per Cent Interest Paid

on $1. to $5,000.

OFFICERS.
Joseph F. Smith,

President
Anthon H. Lund

Vice-President.
George M. Cannon,

Cashier. Le wis M.Cannon,

Asst. Cashier.

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DIRECTORS.
Joseph F. Smith
Anthon H. Lund
George M, Cannon
T. G Webber

James Jack
John T. Caine
Angus M. Cannon
Francis M. Lyman
George Reynolds

L. John Nuttall
Angus J. Cannon
A. 0. Woodruff

Hyrum M. Smith No 1, MAIN STREET,

SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. (WHEN WRITING TO ADVERTISERS PLEASE MENTION THK ERA.)

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On the 15th of November, 1824, about 10 o'clock in the morning, Alvin was taken very sick with the bilious colic. He came to the house in much distress, and requested his father to go immediately for a physician. He accordingly went, obtaining one by the name of Greenwood, who, on arriving, immediately administered to the patient a heavy dose of calomel. I will here notice, that this Dr. Greenwood was not the physician commonly employed by the family; he was brought in consequence of the family physician's absence. And on this account, as I suppose, Alvin at first refused to take the medicine, but by much persuasion, he was prevailed on to do so.

This dose of calomel lodged in his stomach, and all the medi cine afterwards freely administered by four very skillful physicians could not remove it.

On the third day of his sickness, Dr. M’Intyre, whose services

were usually employed by the family, as he was considered very skillful, was brought, and with him four other eminent physicians. But it was all in vain, their exertions proved unavailing, just as Alvin had said would be the case-he told them the calomel was still lodged in the same place, after some exertion had been made to carry it off, and that it must take his life.

On coming to this conclusion, he called Hyrum to him, and said, “Hyrum, I must die. Now I want to say a few things, which I wish to have you remember. I have done all I could to make our dear parents comfortable. I want you to go on and finish the house and take care of them in their old age, and do not any more let them work hard, as they are now in old age.”

He then called Sophronia to him, and said to her, “Sophronia, you must be a good girl, and do all you can for father and mother

never forsake them; they have worked hard, and they are now getting old. Be kind to them, and remember what they have done for us.”

In the latter part of the fourth night, he called for all the children, and exhorted them separately in the same strain as above. But when he came to Joseph, he said, “I am now going to die, the distress which I suffer, and the feelings that I have, tell me my time is very short. I want you to be a good boy, and do everything that lies in your power to obtain the Record. Be faithful in receiving instruction, and in keeping every commandment that is given you. Your brother Alvin must leave you; but remember the example which he has set for you; and set the same example for the children that are younger than yourself, and always be kind to father and mother."

He then asked me to take my little daughter Lucy up, and bring her to him, for he wished to see her. He was always very fond of her, and was in the habit of taking her up and caressing her, which naturally formed a very strong attachment on her part for him. I went to her, and said; “Lucy, Alvin wants to see you." At this, she started from her sleep, and screamed out, “Amby, Amby;" (she could not yet talk plain, being very young). We took her to him, and when she got within reach of him, she sprang from my arms and caught him around the neck, and cried out, “Oh! Amby," and kissed him again and again.

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