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sALT LAKE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 1880
SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
SATURDAY MORNING OCT 2 1880
THE DAILY HERALD Is publishep
every morning Mondays excepted at
East Temple Street near First South
Salt Lake City by the HELD PflT
KQ ANDPuBLisnisa COMPANY Sub
ECiiption price 1050 per annum post
age included parts of a year at the
same rate To weekly subscribers
collection made by carriers 25c a week
THE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD is
published every Wednesday and Satur
day morning at 360 a year six
months L75 postage included
THE WEEKLY HERALD ia published
every Thursday morning at J2 a year
six months L25 postage included
Postage outside the US and Canada
extra
WHO PATS tho I Liberal lawyers
for fighting women or are they
women haters and beuce work for
nothing 1
JAY GOULD has become interested
in tbe welfare ol the Indiana He
II has had sixteen girls taken from the
Indian Territory and is educating
thorn in an eastern seminary
MR Z L WHITE the well known
Washington correspondent of the
II New York Tribune hssleft the service
of that paper to accept the editorship
ol the Providence R I Prcsi
GOSPES SECSETABYof Arizona Ter
ritory is said to have been stealing
and charges are preferred against
him It is probable the gentleman
realized that there would be no hope
01 his retaining office after Marc
4tb and true to party teaching and
practice he undertook to steal
enough to last him awhile
BLNr DUNCAN is one of the
original greenbackera in the country
but he has comb out in favor of the
democratic presidential ticket He
says he has been unequivocally for
Hancock for twelve years and it wa
well understood at tbe greenback
Washington conference in January
that I would support him
A BOSTON paper says tbe complete I
returns of the Maine election give
Plaisted an undisputed i plurality 01
62 Tho Associated Press agent for
got all about tbe Maine election when
II he learned for certain that the
fusionists had carried the state and
republican newspapers havo not yet
shown sufficient enterprise to publish
full returns
AN IXDIAN or Mexican city that
bus been buried for at least a thousAnd
years has been unearthed by Mr
Oharnay who has fully nncoveied a
house or villa containing twentyfive
room fifteen staircases and helve
corridor The houses of this newly
I discovered city are said to be more
distinctly Asiatic in style than any
Toltec remains now known One
curious feature about the house with
many reams and staircases is that the
rooms were apparently supplied with
water conveyed to them through clay
pipes from two cisterns
JACOB S BOSEJIAX has been an
associate justice of Utah territory for
seven years but holds the office no
longer Upon his retirement we tike
this occasion to say in commendation
sot his career upon the bench
I j
i 1 4 H 1i
THE ACTION of the majority of the
Supreme Court in refising the writ
mandamus against Registrar Burton
must prove a fore disappointment to
the Liberal gentlemen who were at
the back of the assault upon the
woman suffrage law In such cases
that is to say in cases where the
rulings could he against the people
and in favor of the clique tbe opin
ions have been so uniformly on the
side of the Liberals that the latter
acted in the present instance as if all
I they had to do was to ask the court to
decide in their favar when the thing I
would be done In this instance tbe
judges stood by the law and so far as
they went maintained the right to
the discomfiture of the few irre
epocsiblea who want to run
things in this country It may be
regretted that the court did not go
farther and determine other ques
< tions raised but enough was decide
to settle the constitutionality of the
Women Suffrage Act This will per
mit the ladies to exercise the right to
te as heretofore The soreheads
will now have to turn their attention
in come other direction for material
with which to create disturbance
Melbourne Exhibition
Melbourne IMarquis of Nor
man by governor and commander
inchief of Victoria the Governors of
t South Australia New Scuth Wales
Western Australia and Tasmany and
the mayor of the municipality es
corted by the colonial troops fire
brigade and friendly societies pro
ceeded to the exhibition building
I where they were received by the
commissioners of the exhibition The
Marquis of Normenby in the pres
ence of the Duke of Manchester
ministry consuls and members of the
assembly received the report of the
commissioners In replying to the
report the marquis said any country
i might be proud of the display and of
the foresight energy and ability of
all concerned in the work The im
S perial government and principal
states or the world have re
sponded to the invitations to partici
pate in the exhibition thus ensuring
I it a rank corresponding with prsvieai
exhibitions He then declared the
exhibition open whereupon the
t royal standard was hoiatedand salutes
were fired The exhibition was then
inspected and tbe proceedings passed
off with great eclat The exhibits re
quire but little final arrangement to
render the display complete
THE ELECTRIC LIGHT
I
A Handle of False Assertions in
the Dessret News
SALT LAKE Cm Oct 1st 80
Editors Herald
On my return alter an absence
from tbe city this evening my attention
tention was clh1 to an editorial in
the Ecening News against electric
ight The firet as e tion made that
the lighting of otttei is yet an ex
periment is a mistake At least
ie cities are using it successfully
The second assertion that Ediaon has
perfected his light is a mistake and
if true no one would thiuk of accept
ing 220 8 candle power lights for four
13000 candle power lights They
would not be EO good as tbe present
poor method The electric light
casts shadows so does the sun but
people manage to get around in day
light although every street haa itt
snady side The Jamin candle BO
scientifically referred to is an in
fringement of the Brush patents and
contains nothing new The Brush
light does not fluctuate When one
set of carbons is consumed another
i is lighted instantaneously If the
city wishes to own its own apparatus
and run it I am ready to sell it In
the first iuatance I take all tho risk
of failure in the second they take it
The assertion that Cleveland has
not adopted the electric light because
of the shade trees is false Cleveland
adopted the light over two years ago
and likes it so well that towers are
being erected for a general illumina
tion of tbe city Its adoption brought
gas down from 250 per thousand
feet to 175 to private consumers
Finally what would be thought 01
a business man who was using 12
000 worth of fuel a year and on being
oSered an article four times as good
by actual test tor 3500 should re
ject it became bo thought that in four
or five years he might get something
cheaper Every American electric
light company mentioned by the
News is an infringement of the Brush
patents and would subject the city to
lawsuits for heavy damages if adopted
The beat test of tbe worth ol tbe
Brush light is that the British gov
ernment after a three months inves
tigation by a committee of the House
of Parliament adopted it as the best
and most economical presented
C 0 RUTHRAUFF
Hows Your Organs
Organs Cleaned Tuned end Re
paired by Magnus Oleen Office at
Careless Music Store Reference
Prof Careless elG
A Bargain in Kid Gloves
We received today 100 dozen 01
the celebrated Victoria Kid Groves
in Street shades which we will sell at
C5c per pair This is the best glove
ever offered at that price in this city
e25 COHN BEOS
Septembers Meteorology
The sergeant in charge of the
Signal office in this city reports that
during September the highest baro
meter was 8020 the lowest 2982
the highest temperature 88 the
lowest 3D0 giving a range of 49 but
the greatest daily range was 33 The
highest velocity of wind was 20 mile
per hour the amount of rainfall dur
ing during the month 056 of an inch
Dates of froata 12th 19tb 20tb
26th 27th Comparative percipita
tions 75 122j 76 012 77 090
78 315 79 001 80 05 < inches
LUMBER SHINGLES LATH
FLOORING RUSTIC SIDINC
PICKETS ETC CHEAP AT
LATIMKR TAYLOR COS a
MESDAMES BUTTON BOYAN
have received by Express a fine
variety of Hats Bonnets Caps and
Hoods for Children Also Flowers
Feathers Jets and English and Amer
ican Crapes etc Ladies are cordially
invited to inspect t 1 it is a pleasure
to show goods e21 I
Ninth District School
Tho following is the roll of honor
for September 1880 showing the
number of days the pupil f Las been
perfect in attendance lessons and de
partment during the month Addio
Hart 15 Luliu TTch 15 Laura
Smith 13 Effie Webb 13 Etti
Webb 13 Charlie Mair 10 George
Darke 9 Mamie Brown 9 Sara
Maxwell 8 Laurence Groo 7
Emma Tbornburg 7 Libbie Gillette
7 Arthur Webb 6 Ada Carter 6
Belle Davidson 6 Mamie Evans 6
Minnie Niquest 6 Larkin Bradford
6 Luie Davie 6 Maria Combs 6
Lottie Bevins 6
I
PERSONAL
Joe S Powell U 8 A ia slopping
at the Walker
Mr Daly who came in from Park
City on Thursday evening goes back
this morning
Mr 0 Spencer Clawson purchas
ing agent 01 Z 0 M L baereturncd
from an extended business trip east
in which he made extensive purchase
for the UcOp
The Gossip on the Street
1 Where is Auerbacha New Store
Nos 124 and 126 Main Street There
you can find the Choicest Lines of
New and Elegant Dry Goods of every
description ever shown to the public
direct from Franco Positively our
own importation Satin de Lyons
Black and Colored Brocaded Silks of
every description Black and Colored
Satins Newest Shades Black and
Colored Dress Silks New Dress
Goods just opened Armure Cloth
Brocaded Billiard Cloth Plain and
Serge Tricoline Plain and Brokades
Darnel Hair in all Shadei Momire
Cloths New Shades Handkerchiel
Dress Goods Shawl Plaid Dress Goods
and many others Dont go astray
but come and call on us we mean
all of you and be convinced we mean
business All customers will be
treated with attention and politeness
whether purchasing or not We only
are too willing to receive purchasers
as well as visitors We have a seat
ng capacity for our retail trade for
100 people and we Rill be glad to
have them occupied
We invite all to come and see us at
our New Store and remember All
Now Goode
GoodeF
F AUERBACH a BRO
Nos 124 and 126 Main St
WELCOME ALL
B25
MINING PATENTS FnJl sets of
blank for application for Mining
ateuts approved forms to be had
at the HERALd Office
MARRIED
BARLOWCLARhOn Thursday September
mber 30th by Elder Joseph F Smith
Mr James 31 Barlow to Miss Janie
Clark daughter of John Clark Ejq of
hU city
Theatre
Tere was another lair sized audi
ence at the Theatre on Friday even
ing to witness the second appearance
of the Hajenwinkle Dramatic Com
iany the performance being a
dramatization of Dickens Old Curl
osity Shop In this piece Miss
Katie Pntnum sustained the dual role
of theiMarchionesi and Little Nell
and displayed equally striking ability
in both parts She has a very fine
voice and is at once a charming and
able actress Tbe support last even
big was very good all things con
sidered and the stage settings appro
priate That the performance was
highly appreciated was evidenced by
the repeated burst ol laughter and
applause n
This evening sue company win
make its final appearance whenthe
beautiful pastern drama of Function
tbe Cricket will be presented Miss
Putnam assuming the character eo
well adapted to her style of Fanchon
In it she will both sing and dance
This afternoon a matinee will be
given when Lena the Madcap
will be repeated by request Both
performances are certain to draw
well
Sparring and Fencing
A sparring exhibition to place at
the Olympia Club rooms on Thurs
day evening between W Lynch and
O E Angell for the cold medal
held by the former After about ten
minutes lively work it was decided
in favor of Lynch this being the
second time he has won the medal
A fencing exhibition took place on
Friday night at the same place be
tween Messrs F W Gardner and
Geo F Felt They stubbornly con
tested it requirin about thirty
minutes to determine to which the
palm should be awarded Finally it i
resulted in the encase of Mr Gardner
by two points This ia the second
time that gentleman has won it
Bullion
Receipt of bullion on Friday
By McCornick OoFour bars
of Stormont bullion value 7480
By Wells Fargo Co8ix bare
of Ontario bullion 752277
By Pacific Express CompanyOne
bar of Babee Walker bullion
228247
By Deseret National BGnkTwo
bars of Crismon Mammoth bullion
1900
Total value of shipments 19185
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LATEST TELEGRAMS
II a It
The Horse Disease Spreading
New York lThe horse distemper
it i gradually spreading The propor
tion of the railroad and stage hones
afleoted is about onethird of the
total number in the stables of the
various lines On the Third Avenue
road the disease hal a firm hold
Most of the horses dragging cars over
that avenue are eaBering One of
the officers ef the company saya In
my opinion the disease is i rapidly
spreading and this will be serious
Animals are now suffering from the
first symptoms and many of them
when the disease is fully developed
within a few dYD from now will
have to be put in the stable hospitals
for treatment
MexIcan Dotters
Oity of Mexico Sept 21 via
Hav DaThe Congress opened on
the 6tti and referred the disturbance
question of double credence to the
proper dietrict judge for decision
President Diaz in his opening speech
expressed great tatis action at the
political and moral advancement of
the Republic He said negotiations
for the reestablishment of diplomatic
relalations with France had resulted
satisfactorily The president expressed
the hope that the present Congress
would find a solution for the financial
difficulties of the Government and
place the national credit on a sound
basis
The Government of Chihuahua
offers 2500 for the scalp of Victori
Guerrerro Y Terecho a Spaniard
has been expelled from Sonora as n
pernicious fcreigner
The receipts of tje custom houss at
Vera Crux for eleven months show
an increase of more than 1000000
over the corresponding months of the
previous year
About 1000 religious pilgrims from
Pueblo visited the Guailalupa Shrn3
near the capitol
FOREIGN
Havana ILuis Marenco obia
of staB died of yellow fever There
were sixteen deaths from yellow lever
and ten from small pox the week
ending Friday last
Gravaaa IThe British torpedo
depot ship Hetla has arrived with
eight torpedo boats
Dublin 1A proclamation ha
been issued offering 1000 revian
for the apprehension of the murder
era of Lord Mountmorria
Madrid Government has re
solved to proceed against all priest
who introduce politics in their ser
mons and discharge all mayors who
are not serious Carlists
Ragusa Albanians continue to
assemble in the neighborhood of Dn
cigno in such numbers as to reDder
its occupation far more difficult than
at the outset Riza Pasha has ad
vised the inhabitants of Dulcigno to
remove their families to a place of
safety in case of bombardment bn
tbe people have refused saying they
would rather die than submit to
Montenegrins
DOMESTIC
Philadelphia IThe Pan Presby
terians had a less numerous attend
ance to day and the exercises were
not particularly noteworthy
Washington 1Tha daughter 01
exPresidtnt Zachary Taylor was paid
S16oo0 tuday the balance of the
salary which General Taylor would
haTe received had ha lived until his
term of office expired
Wilmington N 0 ITbere was
frost last night at Monroe Union
County and ice in Bladen County
this state
Petersburg Ya IThere was
frost here and in the adjacent coun
try last night lor the first time this
season It is not thought that ma
terial damage ia done
Beaton Greenbackera of the
fifth District have nominated J M
Buffirm for Congress 0
Chicago 1 Chicagoa 10 Buffalos
8 The exhibition game was with
square bate and lively balls It was
not a very satisfactory experiment
Piercy late of Oakland pitched for
the Chicago
The Third District this evening
nominated 0 H Adams for Congress
General Grant is now visiting
friend in this city He will be at
Decatur October 6th and during the I
soldiers reunion at Indianapolis on
the meeting of the boys of blue and
then he will go to Boston as the guest J
of the Middlesex club II I
RECEIPT BOOKS FOR SALE
HERALDOFFICE a2
AT HERALD
HOTEL ARRIVALS
October 1 1880
WALKEB HOUSR
J S Powell U S Army G E McKicr
man Montana E W Hash and wife
Omaha Z King Cleveland C W
Jacques and wife James Campbell and
wife North Meridan Max Bremer C L
Broadbent II A Smith E M Smith M
Smith A Smith C N Smith Miss A
Ayers M Atari New York J W Bar
ker Mrs E Auoury B tfchlo San
Francisco 8 1L Cave Terrace E N
Williams Corinne P E Conner Stock
ton J M Surface and wife Sacramento
N B Greensfelder A B Levi St Lou
Mr and Mrs Elisha Atkins Mr and MM
E H Baker Mr and Mrs James Baker
Misses Atkini l Mrs Freeman Miss Free
man S H Winkley Miss M A Maryn
Boston
GLUT HOUSE
0 A Lewis Provo F W Lawis Tintic
N B McBer Yankee Fork F A Peter
augb Bateiville A Thompson D N
Davy Bingbam O M Palmer Virginia
City Nay E W Park J N Woods
Leadrille Col
VALLEY HOUSE
John Allison B BOWD S Lemrenx
Omaha J Boiewarno Uinghsm A Pat
ton w B Lissions N Powdell Park
City J DeCaurcoy Stockton O 0 Hu
ington St Joseph Mo J B Paynttb
tteno Nev E H Porter Wood River
P N Welander J 1 A Booth San Fran
cisco N F Beow C M Bell Cheyenne
John Farmer Tooele Dr A Dunford
Ogden 21 Gleson Dan Sheehan Frisco
U T Chas Stevens and wife Bearer
City Mrs Tidwell and child Nepbi G
Lynn Omaha 0 V Jeffrey and wife
New York C H Kitchel U S Aj Mrs
B L Beldridge Fort Stockton Texas
WBIXB HOUSE
J Mnyhew Juab D W Hunt Grants
yule J Lavender North Jordan J K
Uarland Montana F McSham Park
City Miss A Evans M W Haynes and
Wit Sandy F A Cooper West Jordan
M Packard J H Menery Butte Mon
tana A Holt West Jordan J Day W
d Brown J G Wilder Bincbam h K
Strand Muncipolis 0 O Creegan Coo
rado Springs C Marchant Ogden W
Uedway Baiso City W Enniss S
Smith Draper City G Buckner Beaver
W C Candall Springville
MAUD S rsST JULIEN
I
Judges of horse flesh arc invariably
good judges of tine Old Brand ies and all
such pronounce the last importation of
Sazerac acd Uenncsey Brandies just
received and for falojU tho Occidental l
some of tho finest quality that has ever
reached Salt Lako City a trill will con 1
vince tho moEt fastidious 1
We offer special inducements to the
Jobbing and family Trade
AUER tI MURPHY Props
The Dramatic Eyent of fle Season
SALT LAKE TllEATItE
Salt Lake Dramatic AEan Proprietors
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2
AID
Saturday Matinee
Immense Success
In HUE City of the
Charming Vocalist and Conetae
MIS
KAT E
PUTNAM
Supported by the
Haseal3 Dramatic Company
An organlzition of carefully selected Artists
specially engaged to support Mlu
Anti Putnam
SATURDAY EVENING Oct 2d
Will be presented the beautiful Pslorl
Droma entitled
FINflHON THE CRICKET
FAKOHOX with Songs and Dance
Miss Katie Putnam
BY BEQUEST
Lena the Madcap
WJUbo repeated forthe Matinee this After
noon at the usual reduced prices
Mnsie under the aircctlon of PROP M
OBEARDON former Leader of the Alice Oatn
Opera Company
Change of Prosramme Erery Night
ADMISSION
Parqnetfe 100
First Circle = = = = 75
Second Clrcle PS
Third Circle = = = = 2S
No Extra Chare FtEcrrcd Scab
45 Yearsliefore tJi ePiiblic
THE CEMUINE
DR C McLANES
LIVER PILLS
are not recommended as a remedv II for
all the ills that flesh is heir to but in
affections of the Liver and in all Bilious
Complaints Dyspepsia and Sick Head
acho or diseases of that character they
stand without a rival
ACUE AND FEVER
Kb better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to or after taking quinine As
a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
The genuine are never sugarcoated
Each box has a redwax seal on the lid
with the impression McLANES LIVER
PILL Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C McLun and FLJII BROS
ZSfInsist upon having the genuine
DE C McLANES LIVER PILLS pre
pared by
FLEMING BROS Pitt shnrgfy Pa
hc market being full of imitations of
the name MaLaise spelled differently
but same pronunciation
BOWEL COMPLAINTS
A Speedy und EfFectnal Core
KM 01S1 PAINKILLER
H3 stood the test of our TEJLES trial
Directions with each bottle
tOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
P 1mbrokc Western Ioaiakots
Two Establishments One Zlanagencn
We Kill put on the ITirket dnrinr the nei
1arfr
Ninety Days a Quality of Heat that hu never
ben BUrp Ised In Utah
OUR BEEF U selected from the but Short
horn Breds In the country
OUR SIuTTON ia from choice two and three
J ear old Wther
OOB PORE AND TEAL are Dairy Fed
OUR CORN BEEF has no equal
Although of a Superior Quality our
Prices are as Cheap as the Cheapest
WHITE SONS
Proprietor
237 Firit South and 63 Second South St
antS
NOTICE Of DISSOLUTION
mHE PARTNERSHIP HERETO
TilE 1 exiting utder the firm name of
orrill 5k Keetley is this day dissolved
by mutual consent Air Keetley retiring
rom the business and being succeeded
by Mr Bert Young The business Irpm
this date will be conducted under the
firm name Morrill Young
Salt Lake City Sept 20th 1830 i21
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ART BAZAR
SAVAQgS ART BAZAK
I < cadEz Paotoeiaphlc and
Fine Art Emporium
East Temple street
BANKERS
ZIONS SAVING BANKMain
Main Street
DESERET NATIONAL BANK
Main Street
WALKER BROS
Second South Street
THE LONDON BANK
Main Street
McCORNICK CO
Min Street
BOOTS AND bH t
GEO DUNPORD
Hats Boot and Shoes
ShoosMain
Main Street
JAMES PAYNE
Boota and Shoes
Main Street
GEO SAVILLE
Boot and Shoes
Second South Street
ER3WERIES
KEYdEH MOKITZ
Silt laVo City Drewery
HENRY WAGENERCalifornia
California Brewery
1
CICARS FISHiHCTACKXe ETC
ED HARRIS
Tobacco Clears Fishing Tackle Etc
13 First South Street
CLOTH INC
L GOLDBERG
GOLDBERGOlothlnc
Clothing etc
Main Street
COAL
A GOULD
Coal
Main Street
CONTRACTORS
SMITH DOREitUS
Contractorsor 1ocatlog Bailwaye
Qrtdiug Bridging Canals Etc
Khaball Block
DRY COOPS
F AUERBACH BRO
Dry Goods etc
Main Street
I GENERAL MERCHANDISE
DAY COOenenI
OenenI MerchandIse
Wholesale and Beth Main Street
Z 0 M L
General llarchandlbe
Wholes and RetAil Main Street
WALKER BROS
General rchndlsp
Wholeiale and Retail Main Street
S P T ABDEL
General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retell Male Street
G F CULMER
General Merchandise
TVholcsila and Retail Mule Street
CRAIN AND SEEDS
T C ARMSTRONG
Seeds Grain etc
etcFirst
First South Street
GROCERIES FRUIT ETC
FRED G LYNGBERG
3Iallorjs Celebrated Oysters
43 First Soulh Street
BOWRING BROS
Groceries Fruit etc
First Sooth Street
LUCAS ME AKIN
Groceries Fruit etc
First South Street
GUNS PISTOLS ETC
J HEUSER
Gun Pistol Tobacco etc
etcMain
Main Street
HOTELS
WHITE HOUSE
Second South Street
CLIFT HOUSE
Main Street
VALLEY HOUSE
South Temple Street
IRON VORKM
SALT LAKE lIOUNlJRY
Steam Engine Boiler etc
ODD and a hair blocks south of U 0 R
Depot
HAYNES SONS
Boiler Makers
Souta Temple Street
D DUNNEIrca
Irca Gates etc
Second South Street
JEWELERS
0 L ELIASON
Jewelry Watches etc
Main Street
JOSLIN ° PARK
Jewelry Watches etcMain
Main Street
MEAT MARKETS
WHITE k SONS
Butchirs
First South Street
W PETERS Butcher
FInt South Street
MERCHANT TAILORS
JOHN HAGMAN
Merchant Tailor
Second South Street
JOHN TAYLOR SON
Merchant Tailors
Commercial Street
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
GEO CARELESS
Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise
1131 First South Street
PHYSICIANS
H J RICHARDS
Physician and SurgeoDMain
Main Street
PICTURES ETC
PICTURES
rictar xvmftg anN In8
Savages Axt jiiur
e
PLUMBERS
DAVID EVANS
Plumber and GasQtter
Second South Street
DAVID JAMES
Plumbers Tinners etc
Weet Temple Street
RESTAURAWTS
ARCADE RESTAURANT
I Ualn Street
STOVES AND HARDWARE
GEO M SCOTT CO
Stoves Tin and Sheet Iron Work
Main Street
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES
STUDEBAKER BROS
STUDEBAKER2e
Wagons Carriages etcMain
Main Street
RAIN WAGON
Wagons Agricultural Implements etc
Fin t East Street
JOHN W LOWELL
Wagon Carriages etc
First East Street
B WARNOCK
Wagons Carriage etc
First South Street
H B OLAWSON
Wool Wagons etc
South Timpla Street
GEO A LOWE
Wagons Carriages Etc
First EaitStr t
NOTICE
To the Landowners in the West Jordan
Irrigation District
A LL PERSONS HAVING PER
t1 formed labor or otherwise acquired
an interest in and to the Utah and Salt
Lake Canal are hereby notified to be
and appear at the County Court Homo
in Salt Lako City on Saturday October
2d AD 1880 at 10 am to represent
such interest with a view of incorporat
ing as a stock company
By order of the Trustees
D BOCKHOLTSccy
Salt Lako City September 25th 1SSQ
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RECEIPT BOOKS FOR SALE
HERALD OFFICE a2a
j
Z N 1880 Cg
< 0
Constantly 0Arriv ll
>
HEAVY SHIPMENTS
I MIL AND WINT R GOODS
j r
S
1J Ve have tho
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
MERCHANDISE >
OF ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST
Which we are offering for Sale at Prices <
that Defy Competition
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
4 Can and II H8 fir Yoarsete
Orders from the Country
Promptly Executed
H S ELDREDGE
H t d =
f r
I
NEW STORE
o
I
Grand Fall and Winter Opening of
LL D FARMERS
ONE PRICE TOREJ
SAlLT JAKE CITY UTAH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRY GOODS CLOTHING
BOOTS AND SHOES
MILLINERY Etc Etc
LADIES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
And ReadyMade War a Specialty
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A Most Compete Stock of
HOSIERY GLOVES NOTIONS
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Conn try Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to Polite Attention
Guaranteed
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JOHN W LOWELL
FISH WAGONS BUGGIES AND PHAETONS
McCORMICK MACHINES
The Celebrated J I Case Threshing Machines
Either Eclipse or Apron with Woodbury or Pitt Mounted or Down Powers
The J L Case Chilled Plows Steel Beam
Plows and Harrow Arery Gang Sulky
and Walking Plows Cultivors Ktc
KELL STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE
Both Painted and Galvanized 0
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FIRSTCLASS GOODS AND GUARANTEE ALL I SELL
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JOHNW LOWELL I JOHN W LOWELL I JOHNW LOWELL
OGDSN SALT LAKE CITY I Terminus U N RE
R B MAEQETTS Prest P PUGBLIY Sec Tress
T PizEroNT Superintendent
SALT LAKE fOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO
Works One and a half Blocks PaulA of U O B R Depot
Raving a wellappointed Foundry Machine and Boiler Shop we are now prepared
to furnish Steam Engines Boilers Stamp Mills Mining Milling and Hoisting
Machinery Smeltinz Furnaces Water Jacket Slag Pots etc Saw and
Grist Mill Shafting and Pulley all kinds of rfoilers Tank and
Plate Work made to order Boilers and Steam Gauges tested
Copper Work for Breweries Distilleries etc etc
SALE One 20horaepower Stationary Engine a
FOR Ono 15 do do do till
I6r One 20 do Hoisting Engine a
Jfiir One 17inch Turbine Wheel a
161 Two Steam Pumps for Boiler Feed till
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SCHI1TTLBR FIRM FREIGHT AID SPRING WJOIWS S
PLOWS
Cortland Platform Spring Wagons and Buggies J
Farst Bradley Wrought Iron Frame Sulky and Gang Pows
Garden City Clipper Plows South Bend Chilled Plows
Dederick Hay Presses Keystone Cider Mills
Lion Feed Cutters Keystone Corn Shellers
And all kinds of Latest Improved Farm Machinery
SCUTTS FOURBARBED STEEL FENCE WIRE
Agent for Ames Portable Engines Cooper 1 Cos Saw illlls Leffel
Turbine Wheels Knowles Steam Pumps
Circulars and Prices Mailed on Application
GEORGE ss OLOWE
SALT LAKE CITY AND OCDEN UTAH
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NOTICE
To the Landholders in the West Jordan
Irrigation District
TN PURSUANCE OF SECTION 508
IN
J of the Compiled Laws of Utah for
I 1876 as amended notice is hereby siren
that a meeting of the Landholders ef
West Jordan Irrigation District wil 1 be
held in the Thirtyeighth District Schoo
house Taylorsvillo Salt Lake County
Monday October IHh AD 1880 at 11
am for the purpose of electing True
tee a Secretary and a Treasurer for said
District in way and manner as provided
in said act
A GARDNER
RESET BECKSTKID
GEORGE NKBEKSR
H T SPKNCKR
PETER LECHEMEITAXT
Trustees
D BOCKUOLT Secy
Salt Lslo City September 27th 18SO
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The Opera
The Cigarette
The Bicycle
The Hammock
HATS HATS I HATS
For comfort in Traveling Bunting
Driving Opera Theatre Balls
and all Outdoor Sports
and Street wear
BY EXPRESS
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AT DUNFORDS
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MARKET PRICE
CIVEN
FOR
DRIED
APRICOTS
APPLES
PEACHES
AND
PLUMS
AT
TLASDEL
Look out for the Wagon
er Leave your Add res at
store Co call at Residence
for them
themS
S P TEASDEL
REMOVED
JHEUSSER
Has removed his Stock of
Guns Pistols Ammunition 0
FLaRING TACKLE
Cigars Tobacco Etc
To the commodious premises
No 139 Main Street
A FirstClass Shooting Gallery
Parties wIshing anything in his line
can choose from one of the Largest
Stocks ia the Territory at tho Lowest
Bates fr17
OYSTERS
The First of the Season at the
AROADE
TODAY
J DKWDOD1I Caterer
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