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2 a fAlK SALT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1884 t t
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t The Dreadful b iuuiSti11
Goes Un
MUBDKRED BYtl MAD MOL
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he Revolution Ovei = ICixilruad Acci
4ontllc Iublio Domam Op
posed t F d unties
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f PAEIS November 1l1oewer fre 1
cases of cholera are reported today bu
the mortality b now 1UJ from cholera ii
jr J1ogpibtl
t Five cases of cholera occurred S sate a
day among the employee of the oltiix
of the newspaper tfnu rnr Lenuoeru
Ono of these a printer died almost itn
t aae liately Ihe vommwsary police too
t the patient from hu duty 1ob gin r
house and had no dootier placed him i
an ambulance than the pour felLOw died
its The landlord refused to allow the bUll
i to be returned to his lodging and the
oonimia ary took it to one 01 the hod u
talc and then to the morgue Both in
titutioi refused to receive die buds
and theiomuui try was obliged to re
turn it to the lodpiiga in spite of the
landlords objections
It ii expe ted he One ins Princes wd
make a large donaa m to the mutt 101
the relict or cholera Mifferers
Continued c Id weather is exerrMns
K tavornDie effect and the rate of cholera
mortality doe noi exceed one in 3jlKW
The ravages of the epidemic are trivia
compared with those of typhoid fever
The epi lemic shows little it any ellec
upon the pleasureseeking proclivities oi
the people The theatre and other
places of amusement are filled ever
sight It is known that the deadly dis
eajo has made large ravages among
soldiers of the garrison but military
it officials publish no returns and refine
j ill information The west end is till
iealthybut it ib comparatively deserted
t as mst of the residents of that quar
ter have fled
e
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Murdered by a Mob
I PANAMA November 5 The Diario I
r Official of San Salvador days a mob of i
M iOO men assaulted the houses of Jesus
ij Parades Tomas Padilla and Captain
t 1j ri Poncho iIi Nahuezalco in the depart
ment of Sonsonate and murdered them
it all together with the wives and children
Fit i lr of the two first mentioned Subse
1VJ quently they murdered the police cap
Lt taut and several others Ihe victim
1
t who perished numbered fourteen The
ij ti i houses o f Gareja Padilla and Pancho
I were burned The crimes were com
mitted owing to a dispute as to the pro
g prietorship of lands
+ ifI Carp Coming
WASHIKQTOK November lH t Fish
alb Commission car No 2 in charge of G
Cis
I It I H H Moore leaves T Washington
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l f t night with carp for the supply of all
I applicants in Illinois Iowa Wisconsin
J Minneapolis Dakota Idaho Montana
WtsUington Territory and Oregon
HH 1 The route is1 via Chicago Quincy De
t Moines St Paul and the Northern
Pacific road to Portland
I
Opposed to Food Duties
PARIS November 14A protectionist
league has been formed in Paris where
t the purpose will be to oppose the pro
posed duties on food imports Milhne
vMhftstiT ot Agriculture is in favor of a
jduty of two francs per cent on cereals
1 J nstsad of four francs a as proposed
li Ensiuea Failures
I NEW YORK November 14 Failures
t t the last seven days reported United
States 211 Canada 25 total 236 increase
I 50 as compared with last week when
11 thetotal was 216 More than half the
I r total failures occurred in western and
I i Southern States
f The Cable
f f
r 1 LONDOa November 14 Shares of the
Anglo Cable Company have advanced
fRumorsare afloat to the effect that there
k is some difficulty in the working of the
I SennettMackay cables
II
7ho New Postmaster ral
I LoNDo November HRight Hon
I I I I George J Shaw Lefevre has been ap
pointed to succeed the late Henry Faw
I cctt as postmastergeneral
urcCuiiotigu
I is CHICAGO November HJohn Hc
I rl Gullough arrived here this morning and
announces his determination to go to
f Bow York and get a company
I Torpedo Protection
I I LoNDON November HThe Govern
I II ment has sent two hundred tons of tor
J China pedoes to protect coaling stations in
A fI
TO THB RESCtfK WITH HAVES HONEY
> er HOItEHOUND AND TAP before the
baby strangles with croup c
1 PIKES TOOTHACHE DROPS Cure in one
Minute tt
riles I Piles I t Files i
Sure cure for blind bleeding and itch
i ing One box has cured the worst
t 5 lseIJ of thirty years standing No one
f iced sutler five ruinoles after using
1 4illiaulsIndian Pile Ointment t Jt
absorbs tumors allays itching acts as
I 4 poultice give > > instant relief Pt re
t pared only for piles itching of the pri
t late parts jiotluug else lion J M
i Coffenbury of Cleveland says I hue
t4 1 Used scores of pile cures and it afford
Ii ate pleasure to say that have never
rE fl found anything which gives such imme
i diate and permanent relief a Dr Vill
U dams Indian Pile Ointment1 Sold by
t druggists and mailed on receipt of
price 1
su FBAZIEB MEDICINE Co Props Cleve
d and Ohio
do x For sale At Z C M I Drug Store
pa
In Boos Trout at Price Clives o
L You Are Interested Yourself
rr t 3e are prepared to sell to families at
i
4 I the I Occidental Pure California and
ar I Imported Wines at Reduced Prices
btt t The best of Liquors and Cigars always
nthand You will become convinced
g it
Ai13 t2 MURPHY t
Proprietors
b
= F A A
Tho Public Domain
OMAHA NovemBer HTlie case of
the United States against Brighton
Ranch company came up before Judge
tirewe in dIe Unied Stated circuit
uurt today Suit in equity ua
uruught against this cattle company
once months ago to compel it to takt
Iowa its fence on government
lands It has tittyseven mile ot fell l
t < nc wing such lands in Northwester
Nebraska rhe 1 defendant tiled an an
wer Betting up a defence to whilli
Jnited States district attorney Lain
oertaon took excep ion > of which all ex
ept one were su tai ltd by Judge Brew
iday The exueition which Judgt
rcwer did not pass judgment upon
hat win h referred to defend nts ads
Cations that it owns the lads upoi
vhiili tie fence are located Judfii
iJrewer while deciding that defendant
have no right to erect fences on tin
juibliu domain will hear proof as to tin
alleged ownerhip of these land beion
leciding as to an injunction to compt
the fe ces to be taken down Itisuii
lertood 1 that the defendant has ciu
il i3ed its cow box s and others to JMI
mpt or hon extend They claim titl
nly to the sections on win li the fen
1 > located l All ihis wai done since tin
suit was begun so it iI alleged and the
district attorney threatens to have 1111
artier indicted This is only one u
everal similar fence caes in Uebraak
ind Wyoming and the outcome i
lwHited with a great del of interest b
nittle men who have fenced in immense
Jracts of the public domain
The devolution Oer
PANAMA November 5Peace is re
stored in Cundinamari and Santandei
owing to the active intervention of th <
federal government Che town of Gu
a tuas was captured bv rebels who sub
sequently laid down their arms It wa
the scene of many atrocities picket
f twentyfive men who had defended
the schoolhouse five hours were slaugh
tered after surrender g The body of
ihe commander was subsequently ex
posed to most terrible unK rnities On
the following day a number of houses
were sacked and several were burned
Numerous assassinations of a fearful
and cowardly character were perpe
trated
Railroad Accident
I
GALVESTON Texas November 14
Meagre information is received of a ter
rible railroad accident early this morn
ing on the Houston Texas Central
Railway at Hempstead The north
bound night express was precipitated in
Brazos River the engine alone keeping
the rails Ten passengers are reported
killed and fifteen wounded
o
Catarrh of tho Bladder
Stinging irritation inflammation all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints cured
by BuchuP iba tr 1
FOE lame bacK side or chest use
Shilohs Porous Plaster Price 25c
For sale at A C Smith Cos Drug
Store 5
Meeting the Emergency
Beat XXKX Flour at4200 per hun
dred at
tt < 5L F CULMEE BEGS
I
A LARGE assortment of Wall Papers
and Fall Carpets at H Drnwoodcys
Furniture Rooms
THE REV wa H TRAYER o
Bourbon Ind say Both mysel
and my wile owe our lives to bHl
LOHS CONSUMPTION CURE For
sale at A CSmirh < fc Cos Drug Store
9
Decidedly Fresh j j i i
That what everybody says o
Durst Van Horns rusts Butt re < I
which are the very < best the n are J
affords We invite our friends to sal
and see for themselves
I I
DUEST VAN HORN
Hoofing Felt i I
r Another car load of Roxfing Felt jus1
arved at IL Lhnwoodeys Farnitur
too
M 11 Lipmrua
tells ChUqrena Clothing at reduced
prices
MISCELLANEOUS
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LUMBER YARD
AND
PLANING MIL
ONEHALF BLOCK EAST OF DEPOT J
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lumber Doors J
Lath Sash
Shingles Nicol din gar
OeSing Frames
Flooring Pickets
° Hardware Rustic r
Sash Weights Glass etc
ALIT BILLS PROMPTLY FILLED
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Builders Contractors
AND
MANUFACTURERS
r
Taylor I o ney Armstrong
Late Latimor Taylor d Co
P 0 Box 629 leI
MISCELLANEOUS
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KING OF ALL I
I MODEL PERFECTION N
A UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
The Lig1rtRunning
NEW HOME
Sewing Machine
THE NEW HOME
Cs Positively the Simplest and Easi
eatrunning Sewing Machine
Ever Invented
And we Challenge Comparison with other
Machines in all respects
HANDSOMEST WOODWORK and
BEST ATTACHMENTS
Call and examine it and you will bu >
no other
John Daynes T Co
AGENTS
No CC 8 Main Street Salt Lake City
CJJr Agents Wanted In City and Country
jel
HELLMUTH
Ladies College f
LONDON ONT OANADA
Affiliated with the Western University
PATRONESSHer Royal Highness Princess
Louise
FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT The Right
Rev Bishop Hellmuth D D D C
Handsome and spacious buildings of brick
and stone standing in 150 acres of land beau
tifully situated in a mast healthy and promi
nent locality on the banks of the River
Thames Four hours by rail from Niagara
Falls and Detroit on a through route between
eAst and west The aim of the founder of
this College is to provide the highest Intel
lectual ana practically useful education The
whole system is based upon the soundest
PKOTESTANT principles as the only basis
for the right formation of character
FRENCH is the language spoken in the Col
lege
Music a specialty under the direction of
W Waugh Lauder Gold Medalist and pupil
of the celebrated Abbe Liszt and graduate of
Leipsic Conservatoire etc etc
PARTING a specialty under the director
ship of F R Seavey Artist of European
Schools of Art
FULL DIPLOMA COURSES IN
Literature Music Art
Practical lessons given In Domestic Econ
iny and Cookery Riding School in connec
tion with the college FORTY SCHOLARSHIPS
of the value of from 25 to 100 annually
awarded by competition eighteen of which
are open to competition at the September en
trance Examinations Terms per school year
Board laundry and tuition including
the whole English course ancient and mod
ern languages and calisthenics from 250 to
300 Music and Painting extra Combined
rate payment one year iu advance including
with the above piano and vocal music and
painting from 300 to 400 Junior Depart
ment Pupils admitted from the age of 8
Special department for the training of teach
ers teachers registry in connection with the
College Professional titan of English and
European reputation Liberal reduction to
the daughters of clergymen For large illus
trated circular free and further particulars
address
REV E Jf ENGLISH M A Principal
iieumutn Ladies college
London Ont Canada
Next term opens September 18th 1881
NOTICE
OY
ADMINISTRATORS SALE
OS
ttEAL ESTArrj
OTlCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
1 pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of the County of Salt Lake Territory
of Utah made on the 9th day of August
AD 1884 in the matterof the estate of James
B Johnson deceased the undersigned the
administrator of the said estate will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash in currency of the United States of
America and subject to confirmation by said
Probate Court on Tuesday the eighteenth
day of No ember AD 1884 at 12 oclock m
at the south front door of the County Court
house of Salt Lake County situate in the City
of Salt Likesnid county in Utah Territory
all the right title interest and estate of the
said James B Johnson at the time of his
death and nil the right title and Interest
that the said estate has by operation of law
or otherwise acquired other than or in ad
dition to that of the said James B Johnson
at the time of his death In and to all those
certain lots pieces or parcels of land situate
lying and being in the said City and County
of Salt Like Territory of Utah and bounded
and described 88 follows towit A nart of
lot six 6 in block forty nii e49 of pint
B of Suit Lake City survey bounded R
follows Commencing at the northeast cor
ner of said lot thence west bixtyfie cu5
feet thence south twenty 20rods thence
east sixtyfive 65 feet thence north ttfehty
20 rods to said place of commencement
and also a part of lot eight 8 in block forty
seven 47of plat B of Silt Lake City sur
vey bounded as follows Commencing atthe
southeast corner of said lot eight 8 thence
north three and onehalf 3 > rods thence
wept ten 10 rods thence south three and
onehalf 334 rods thence east ten 00 rods
to said place of commencement Termsand
conditions of sale Cash currency of the
United States to be paid on confirmation of
ale ky Baid Probate Court
HARRY T DUKE
Administrator of the estate of James B
ohnson deceased o26
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Opposite Old City Keat Market West
ample street
NEW TODAY
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FOX SYMONS
NEW
Photographic Parlor
322 MAIN ST
Opposite St James Hotel
OPEN MONDAY
Oct 27
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Just Arrived Two Carloads of
Bureaus Secretaries
LOUNGES
Plash Hair and CarpetSingle car Double
A Large Assortment of
FOLDING S
Will bo Sold Cheap
Sorenson Carlquist I
Sandberg Burton Gardner
ntmE OPENED THFIE
FURNITURE STORE
IK THE
OLD OONSTITUTION BUILDING
Opposite Z C M I Kith i Most Com
plete Stock of
Imported and HomeMade
FURNITURE
Wo also MANCKACTUBB all kinds of
SPRING BEDS
IND
MATTRESSES
I
ur PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY f
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3IATTHBW CULLEN JACOB MORITZ
SALT LAKE CITY
Brewery
TO OUR PATBONSs
We are now selling our I
FAVORITE BEER
In FOUR and EIGHT Gallon Kegs at
175 and 350 EACH
To THE FAMILY TRADE
Orders will be promptly attended to < and
delivery made to any part of the city
MORITZ OULLEN Props I
SALT LAKE FOUNDRY
AND
Machine Company
Office and WorkH One Block South of Utah
Central Railway Depot
Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines and Boilers Mining and
HoIsting Machinery Saw Mills Shafting i
hangers Pulleys etc 1 r
Boiler and Tank Work of all kinds 1afado to
Order Castings in Iron Copper
and Brass I
Wrought and Cast Iron Work for BUilder
Iron Fronts Columns Lintels Sill Plates
< ir tIll etc etc
CROWTON SON t
H
1ubber RoJilg i
RUBBER ROOFING PUT ON BY THE
AI Square or sold by the Square also all
kinds of METAL ROOFING repaired and
painted with 1 I
SLATE ROOFING PAINT
Also PLUMBING and GA8FITTING Steam
Pipes and Boilers covered to save fuel U I I
i F OROWTON SON <
No 12 XI Third South Street P O P J
k13 j HALT LAKE CITY
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MILLINERY DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
I
MILLINERY HAIR GOODS
BUTTON BO AN
r
We havo opened our New Establishment with a Pal d Well Selected Stock of
Millinery Goods for Fall and Winter
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND 30NNETS t
The very Latest Styles Felts Velvets Plush Mllans etc French Flowers Ostrich
Fancy Feathers In Great Variety A fine assortment of t
VELVET and PLUS BONNETS for C ItLren
aV Ladies are Respectfully Invited to Inspect
Thanking our Friends and Customers for shown
r the patrcnnpe us In the past we ih
be most pleased to see them and man more new ones In our new store
Hooper Eldredge Block three Doors Fouth of Z C M Il 41 Main Si
BUTTON BOYAN
Orders Promptly Attended to P O Box 777
CONFERENCE VISITORS I
OCTOBER e
New Goods selected for this Seasons Trade
IMMENSE ABRIYALS
Oassimere Suits from 5 8 to 3 lG
Mens Boots from s 350 to 5
Mens and Boys Hats 4Oc to 2
Underwear every variety IOTV e st
Prices
EVERY DEPARTMENT being
fully replenished In Arrivals of
I
Dry Goods Boots audShoesand
Groceries
at
TEA S D E LS
132 to 138 Main Street Salt Lake City
I
WALKER BROTHERS
CLOLKS r LLOAI I CLOCKS 111
WE HAVE JUST OPENED THE LARGEST STOCJJl OF LADIES AW >
CHILDR S
Cloaks Dolmans Haveloeks and Jerseys
That we ever brought to Utah nt one time and are offering such unprecedented Bareais
that we do not hesitate to say
WE CN PLEASE EVERYBODY
OUR READYMADE CLOTHING DEPARTS
Is full to overflowing We have a Complete Assortment of
MENS t BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUI T S
In ages from 3 years And upward selected with great care to auit tie needs oi oil clissc
of our customers We guarantee satisfaction and a good fit
Re have received Yo our
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BOOT AND SHOE DEPABTME3ST
A fuirassortment of the best known makes in Mens Ladies and Childrens Boots at
Shoes We are giving special attention to this branch of our business sad spare no offer
to p leas 6 by giving the best possible goods for the least money
JSETT GOODS ARRIVING D LY
WALKER BROT ERS
SIMQN BROTHERS r i
The Leading Millinery House in UtaJIL
We arc Daily receiving
F L and WINT B GOCXOS
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Consisting of
Black and Colored MHans Plush Velvet and
Felt Hats in the latest shapes
FLOWERS OSTRICH AJSX FANCY FEATHERS r
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in tho Latest Designs
0
4luafics Stlka e7vets Veveteetis Satins tri ttle fate si Shade > a
J I ft J CT n t 1
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= OUR STOCK OF
Ladies and r Childrens Underwear Hosiery and Fancy Goods
With its latest Novelties Is now complete
tatm Ladies will find It to their advantage to examine our stock before purchade
to where Order will find our prompt attention j l i
SIMON BROTHERS
f 0 Box iitt Jennings Building 21 W i roar dooiB Srssia

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