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8 ALTLAEI DAILY IIERALPiJ1L j I i J
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VOL XV SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16 1884 f a NOMO i r
ITS ALL OVER
Nobody Doubts the Election I
of Cleveland I
THE EXCITEMENT SUBSIDED
We Oiilv Await the Action of the
Canvassers on TFednes
day Next
Its Hall Hover Hall Hover
> EW YORK November 15The na
tional and State heudquaiters of the
Republican and Democratic committees
closed tonight Chairman Jones of
the Republican national committee
left his rooms early Secretary Fessen
len and Coinmitteeman Elkins re
mained during the early evening and
were in conversation with Walker l
Blaine All conceded Clevelands elec
tion Assistant Secretary Loomis says
It is all over We only await the attion
of the State board of canvassers on
Wednesday next But we have made a
ood fight considering that we did not
have onethird of the amount of
fund controlled by the national
coinnritteein the Garfield campaign
The Democratic national committee
headquarters were deserted Senators
Gorman Jonas and Barnum had left
the city feeling that their war was
ended Chairman Smith of the State
committee has gone home to Platts
burg Secretary Bunn left this even
ing There was little to talk about
the hotels and public resorts about the
electIon those few who knew that
Clevelands official plurality in this city
iras 43001 alone speaking on that par
ticular Professional betting men have
not settled their wagers but await the
decision of the Kelly Bliss book
makers which will be given after the
action of the State board of canvassers
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The Count
NEw YORK November 15The board
of canvassers of the vote on the Pres
idental ticket in the First assembly
district complete gives Blaine 2275
Cleveland 4253 Butler 90 St John 15
NEW YORK November 15The board
of canvassers completed the canvass of
die 712 election districts of this city this
evening
First election di trict eighteenth as
rcnablv district by an error returned
> 1 votes to the Blaine electors The
number should hayebeejn 81 The c onr
niittee on corrections will rectify1 thb
error and report in favor of 81 votes on
Monday morning With that return < i
the official vote of the lowest Demo
cratic elector in this city is 133157 nnd
for the highest Republican etector f 03
giving the lowest Cleveland elect or a
plurality of 43044
The following are the official and
complete figures in the assembly dis
trict named
Seventh Blaine 4882 Cleveland 4620
Butler 106 St John 78
Ninth Blaine 4581 Cleveland 5273
Butler 125 St John 124
Thirteenth Blaine 4876 Cleveland
4459 Butler 131 St John 100
The Fifteenth assembly district com
plete gives Blaine 4172 Cleveland 0446 I
Du tier 215 St John 44
The Sixteenth assembly district com
plete gives Blaine 2718 Cleveland 5319
Butler 167 St John 17
The Seventeenth assembly district
complete gives Blaine 5265 Cleveland
fi395 Butler 214 St John 59
Eighteenth assembly district com
plete gives Blaine 2785 Cleveland 6253
Butler 209 St John 25
Nineteenth assembly district com
plete gives Blaine 4580 Cleveland 6580
Butler 162 St John 56
Twentieth assembly distriQtwcom
rlete Blaine 3436 Cleveland 6016 But
ler 155 St John 8
Twentyfirst assembly district com
plete Blaine 4080 Cleveland 4640 But
ler 53 St John 59
Twentysecond assembly district
complete Claine 5341 Cleveland 9104
Butler 234 St John 64
s
Twentythird assembly district < < eom
plete Blaine 723V Cleveland 8842 But
ler 293 St John 132
The returns of th Twent second as
sembly district were canvassed without
change There were ten defective and
seven blank votes
The returns of the Twentythird as
sembly district were canvassed without
change
Twentyfourth jvHernbly district i
complete Blaine IjJLi Cleveland 5309
Butler 142 St Johif
At a meeting of the Kings County
board of canvassers today Supervisor
Willis moved that no action be taken on
the returns so far as there were
changes in the electoral vote until Mon
day Supervisor Jervis moved to
amend so as to include county towns
Supervisor Callard said This is polit
ical move and is done for the purpose of
holding these returns back until the
24th when by law they would be I
thrown out I know that some Repub
licans had a consultation yesterdayt in
General Tracys office The motion
Was lost and it was decided to continue
their usual custom of adopting the
returns as they come in
The Tribune gives Cleveland a plural
ity in New York State of 1076 the
Sim makes it 1087
The Herald gives Cleveland 1107 plu
rality in New York State The Tines
figures say 1106
More Railroad
DENVER Col November 15 Gover
nor John Evans of this city today ex
ecuted a contract and will organize
syndicate to build the Texas Central
railway from Albany Texas north to a
connection with the Denver New
Orleans railway The worK is to be
completed in three years
p Bank Statement
U NEW YORK November 15The weekly
bank statement shows the following
changes Reserve increase e 3289 000
banks now hold 374S4000in excess of
the legal requirements
France and China
LONDON November 15A dispatch
from Shanghai to the Time states that
rumors of the fall of Tamsui are cur
rent in that city
SHANGHAI November 15Certain
European firms here have received tele
grams from Amoy stating that Tam ui
had been captured bv the French The
Chinese here have the same news from
sources which they consider perfectly
trustworthy
LONDON November 15A Shanghai
correspondent of the Times telegraphs
that he learned from European sources
dated Hoiphong October 30th that
the Annauute auxiliaries of the French
army had beheaded five hundred Chi
nese prisoners at Kep Bacle is not oc
cupied by the French The French have
fortified Kep Dang fien and K wang
Yen on the northern edfie of the Delta
The French will require large reinforce
ments in order to recommence opera
tions Several hundred soldiers were
sick and had to be left in transports
during the recent campaign The losses
of the French during the past few weeks
I has been five hundred men
Tennessee Mormon
ST Louis November 15A large
number of Mormons were at the Union
depot this morning who had arrived
from Chattanooga Tenn and were on
their way to Colorado The crowd was
a promiscuous one in which the fash
ionably dressed mixed freely with
those who were clad in clothes which
were shabby Nearly all the women of
the party carried babies in their arms
and numerous other young ones hung
to their mothers apron strings Elder
Roberts one of ths party said the rea
son why the Mormons were changing
settlement was because Colorado and
Utah offered more advantages to peo
ple of their sect The Mormons have
established a permanent settlement in
Colorado and no doubt a great number
of those who belong to that sect will i I
follow the present emigrants in fact
from Elder Roberts conversation it
looked as if there was going to be a
genuine influx of Mormons into Colo
rado
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Atrocious Murder
CHICAGO November 15An atrocious
murder was committed near the villaglj
of Des Plaines the knowledge of which
was only disclosed late today Two
men called at the residence of Joachim
Demlow two and a half miles south of
Des Plainesat 9 oclocklast night and
called Demlow out into the yard where
they attacked him with a club and a
corn cutter His wife ran to his assist
ance and was also attacked and killed
A boy of 10years escaped from the house
and told the story of the tragedy to the
neighbors When the latter returned
the assailants had ransacked the house
and fled Mrs Demlow was found dead
and her husband in a dying condition
The purpose of the attack was robbery
Armed parties are now looking for the
assailants
Agonizing Experience
I NEW YORK November 15Captain
Jares Moore of Rockville Centre Long
Island received yesterday a latter
from his nephew Leonard Moore first
mate of the English steamship t Nisero
wrecked on the coast of Sumatra eight
een months ago The entire crew of the
steamer twentyeight men were made
prisoners by the natives and taken inland
land where they were subjected to an
agonizing experience Seven died of
starvation three escaped to meet pos
sibly a worse fate in jungleiand the
remainder were finally ransomed by the
British government which p Iia 8OCO
to the Rajah for their release
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Pacific Coast Turf
SAN FRANCISCO Novemberl5 The
opening of the fall running meeting of
the Pacific Coast Blood Horse Associa
tion took place this afternoon
The Ladies stake threequarters of a
mile 2yearold fillies was won y Las
Cab In 120
weepstakes threeqlarters pf a mil i
aroidsfflapids woh ili 1A834
The vestal staue ohef and a quarter
miles 3yearold fillies Freda won in
215K I
Sweepstakes 3yearolds one and an
eighth miles Philip S won in two
minutes
A purse of 250 all ages a dash of a
mile George Howson won in 146
From Gordon
LONDON November 16Tbe latest
letter received from General Gordon
says My position is very secure
the troops are in excellent spirits The
General adds The Mahdi regularly
receives copies of European newspapers
by which ne learns of the movements
of the British troops General Gor
don warns the French ConsulGeneral
that the Mahdi possesses the cipher
code of M Herbin who was killed with
General Stewart and may make use of
lIt
Telling Head Lines
CHICAGO November 15The Times
will not have an editoral on Sunday on
Clevelands election In their head lines
they will say Tidings of Joy
Clevelands Title to thePresidency Es
tablished bv the New York Canvass
Official Figures Force the Tattooed
Pretender to Pluck his Plume The
Reform Governors Plurality in the Em
pire State Stands Still at 1078
Pension Payments
WASHINGTON November 15The es
timated payments from the treasury the
present month on account of pensions
will amount to 13000000
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THE BEST brands of French Gold Paint
BEARS LIDDLES
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LATEST styles of Jerseys Newmarkets
I and Russian Circulars at very low
prices at < v
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THE NEW YORK RETURNS
The reSult of theJoffic cazivassof NewYorkStat is given Helm to witlLthe
xcep ion noted at the bottom 1
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Albany 16818 l45 985 312 647
Allegany 6668 3886 76 410 282
Hrorimc c 7182 5780 144 48 140
Cntbrllugus 7463 6065 32 tO la98
Cayuga 9206 liO1 421 5Jl 3165
Chnutluqua 1060 5861 131 51048OJ
Chemung 5198 1719 613 1sj 4J
Chenllngo 516211410 331 Wj 1052
Clinton 1 593 5151 19 a5 822
Columhia 6424 5RiH S 16S 50
Cortllnd i 4042 27i4 112 35 1268
lJelltare t 59H 46 112 4i7 98
qutchess = > L r t 9701 SJ6i 98 498 1014
Frle 1110
Essex n < t 4551 26 61 65 1775
F mnkhn 1 4638 2948 67 70 1 6O
Fulton 461 3521 H8 227 10JS
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GenC see 4 46iil 1643 11 386 9i
Greene 15
Hamilton t h 521 567 3 21 16
Herkimer IJ 6138 5328 56 327 810
Jefferson 9029 7075 3J 636 1951
Kiits u < 53ul169288 2242 146 15116
LewIs 3854 378 14 114 76
Liyingstone li lai > 1 t 5191 40i9 118 375 1152
Madison l t 6608 4864 86 529 1741
IIonroe If t q t u076
Montgomery 41 550S 5413 48 134
New York r 43226
Niagara j 5875 6193 318
Oneida I 13790 13820 189 891 30
Onondfga 1689213165 99 601 372
Ontario > > 1S 1 6 f 5643 11 233 739
orange r f 9968 9841 175 617 127
Orleans t > 3997 2908 68 669 10S9
Oswego l 9976 7434 265 50 2542
Otseg > Jt 7 1 6671 73Oi 84 432 636
Putnam 2103 1526 4 99 57i
Queens t fhi 844510367 270 201 1922
Rensselaer L 13759 13414 686 416 345
Richmond i J1 al64 5135 75 90 197
Rockland f f 2592 3697 28 123 110
St Lawrence 13441 6os 20 311 7406
Sarntoglt = 4 f 8190 5846 92 425 2H1
Schenectady1T 3260 29i7 41 106 283
Schoharie 3472 533U 37 173 186
Schuler r t 1 2616 2039 111 1M 577
Seneca 3309 3627 5J 119 n8
Steuben an 10047 9000 587 904 987
Suffolk 7 2 n o 5876 6429 53 457 503
Sulllan 333 3601 f 113 275
frioga l J i 4367 337U l01 401 988
Tompkins 4420 3992 267 373 428
Ulster IL f t1 9929 980 101 4J 59
Warren 3m72793 179 123 784
Washington 7337 4222 115 255 3115
Wane 68434JO 468 438 211i
Westhester4i t 4tEJ = 1128612524 255 437 IJ23S
Wyoming 44111 3189 53 483 1252
Yates 3191 i91S 130 200 1273
Total 6845969926
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Cleveland Plurality i46
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The votes of the counties marked with stars are not the official returns but
have been made up from reports received at various times since the election Lit
tle or no change will be made hiHhe above figures j
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A Demand Refused
CAIRO November 15The Egyptian
government has refused the French de
mand for an embargo on 100 Krupp
cannon recently sold by Egypt to a
private German firm The French de
mand is based on the suspicion that the
cannon is destined for China Egypt
declares that this ground is insufficient I
inasmuch as no declaration of war has
been made by Franc against I China I
Miss Van Zandt to be Investigated
PARIS November 15The journalists
and composers present at the Opera
Comique the other night when Miss
Van Zandt was obliged to retire from
the stage because of a sudden illness
are forming a committee to investigate
the nature of the young lads com
plaint If their report is unfavorable
Miss Van Zandt will be obliged to avoid
the Paris stage for an indefinite period
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Distressing Explosion
CHICAGO November 15A number of
young children started a bonfire to
night and rolled intqit a barrel coii
taming resin and turpentine The bar
rel exploded with terrific force very
seriously burning six children five of
whom are not expected to survive All
were children of poor people
Egypt <
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LoNDON November ISf Al dispatch
bV Cairo says a letter from General
Gordon has been received by General
Wolseleyi which is dated Khartoum
November 4th This letter states that
the steamer which bore Colonels Stew
art and Power and Herber the French
Consul and some Greeks left Khartoum
on September 10th Messrs Hansel and
Lunides are safe at Khartoum
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Niw YORK November 15 TickYt
brokers are quoting the following rates
Firstclass To Cleveland650 Colum
bus Ohio 1050 Cincinnati 950
Chicago 9 San Francisco 107 New
Orleans 25 These rates applying to
all roads except the Pennsylvania are
from 1 to 3 lower as compared with
the railroad companies rates yesterday
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Casualties
LONDON November 15It is believed
that the vessel which collided with the
ship Henry Villard Captain Perkins
from Portland Oregon was theBritish
steamer Mwjaeburg This sanfc in the
channel with seven of her crew AIr
others on board were landed at Sal
combe
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Official Vote of Ohio
COLUMBUS Ohio November 15The
official canvass of this State was com
pleted tonight showing a total of 785
179 Blaine 400082 Cleveland 368280
Butler 5570 St John 11269 Blaines
plurality 31802
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A Good Jockey
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4 LoNDON November 16Fred Archer
the welt know 1 jockey WlIO jecently
lost his wife haS left England for
America He will not appeariin the
swtldle in Engajxt Darbyday
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The Swami Coiirtniartlal
WASHINGTON November 15 The
courtmartial convened by direction of
the President to try the charges pre I I
ferred against Judge Advocate General
Swaim met thfe morning The follow
ing officers compose the detail of the
court Generals Scofield Terry Miles
loch es ter Ilolanird and Newton Col
onels Smith Andrews Brooke Brad
ley Ayers and Black with Major Gard
ner as judge advocate General Swaim
appeared before the court accompanied
by Judge Shellabarger of this city
whom he introduced as one of his coun
sel stating that he would be assisted by
T ere Wilson and General Charles H
Grosvenor of Ohio On opening the
court General Swaim raised the ques
tion of jurisdiction He presented a I
motion stating in substance that he
appeared before the court not assenting
to its jurisdiction but solelv for the
purpose of excepting to such jurisdic
tion and praying the court to dismiss
the charges and the prosecution thereof
for want of jurisdiction It also stated
as its grounds that the accused being
an olhcer of the army of the United
States and judge advocategeneral of
such army of the rank of brigadier
general his commander being the
1 lieutenantrgeneral of the army the
President is not empowered to appoint
a courtmartial to try charges preferred
against him unless charges are preferred
by his commander and that it appears
from the orders convening the court
that it was appointed by the President
r by special order to try the charges pre
ferred by Major Scott and preferred
by General Swaims commander Fol
lowing the presentation of this motion
Judge Shallabarger addressed the court
in support of the motion and claimed
the court was illegally constituted
Major Gardner replied tp Judge Shel
labarger and then the room was cleared
while the court considered the plea
On reopening the doors the judge ad
vocate announced by direction of the
court that the plea of want of jurisdic
tion had not been sustained sAt the
request of General Swaim the court
I took recess until Monday
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Cleveland Policy
WASHINGTON November 15 The
Washington Star says the following re
ply to an inquiry sent to Mr George
William Curtis by a government em
ployee here has just been received
WEST NEW BRIGHTON N Y
November 14
Dear SirI have your letter of the
12th There is no doubt that Mr Cleve
land will encounter a tremendous de
mand for a clean sweep but I think
that while changes will be made and
ought to be made for perfectly legiti
mate reasons he Trill respect the letter
and spirit of the reform law and that
nonpolitical officers who have bean
honest and effective in the discharge of
duty arid have not misused their posi
tions for party or political ends will not
be arbitrarily dismissed rea
sons Of course I have no authority to
speak for Mr Cleveland My faith is
founded solely upon knowledge of his
character and convictions
Truly yours
GEORGE WILLIA CUBTIS
Commiafloner of PeBsiomg
WASHINGTON N November 15 = Tbe
President today appointed Otis G
Clarke commisfioncr of pensiiviot
Iidlcyre8igfl l
SMILES AT DEATH
Elaine Cheerfully Accepts
tkeJftesult
AND SAYS HE HAS NO REGRETS
A Firm Faith of Republican Success
In 1888 Four Long ami
i Weary Years
This Settles It
HOiTO November 15 Special to the
Fferdll from Augusta Blaine regards
the official count of New York as prac
tically settling the presid ntial question
Blaine it is stated on authority received
this afternoon a telegram from New
York announcing completion of the
official canvass of that city and inform
ing him that the plurality for Cleveland l
in that State would be 1137 The same
authority states that Blaine accepts
the result very cheerfully and has I
no regrets growing out of his
connection with the campaign He
feels that he made a good fight I i
and gracefully bows to the verdict of the
American people He believes the Re
publican party will prove true to the
grand past and will increase its strength
with the coming years Hs expects
that in 1888 it will again be called back
into power Blaine leaves for Washing
ton the middle of next week where he
and family will spend the winter He
has leased the Sargent House in Far
ragut square and will shortly resume
his work on the second volume of
Twenty Years in Congress The vol
ume will be ready June next for publi
cation
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The Old Guard Marching
CHICAGO November 15The Inter
Ocean will print tomorrow With
Colors FlyingThe Counties Com
pleted and the Old Guard Marching Off
the FieldBut it Goes with Colors
Flying and with Step as Firm and True
as Went the Men from Sumter Un
daunted and in Splendid Fighting
TrimThe Old Guard Goes with
Measured Stepping to the Old Refrain
of Blaine and Logan Blaine and Logan
Blaine Blaine Blaine The official
count of New York gives the tbirt six
electoral votes of that State to Cleveland
and having secured 219 of the 401 elec
toral votes Mr Cleveland will be the
next President of the United States
We have never been slow to take up the
party flag nor laggard in urging its
cause nor eager to pull it down under
the threatnings of defeat or disaster
We have in this campaign stood by
our guns to the last and we contend
now that the party is in good shape for
whatever it may be called upon 111 the
future to perform We have en
deavored in the last two weeks
to be conservative without being
cowardly cautious without being
timid and true to the party without
raising false hopes We refused to ac
cept the dictum of those who through
menace attempted to close the case in
New York against the Republicans be
cause we believed that in so close a vote
the official figures onl7 could determine
who was elected We have the official
figures arid we yield without one word
ot resentment or of bitterness
The Congo Conference
BERLIN November 15The Congo
Conference was formally opened today
by Bismarck in the dining hall of his
residence being the same room in
which the conference of 1878 was held
After the usual preliminaries Bismarck
delivered a short speech to the delegate
pacific in tone and evidently giving
general satisfaction At the suggestion
of Count DeLarnay the Italian delegate
Prince Bismarck was unanimously
elected president of the conference
The next meeting of the deleates will
probably be on the 18th inst The con
ference is likely to continue several
weeks A huge map of Africa hangs
upon the wall The tables are covered
with pamphlets books and maps relat
ing to Africa Stanley will not be ad
mitted to the deliberations of the con
ference
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Positively Grand
PHILADELPHIA November 15rhe
Democratic parad t night in celebra
tion ot the election of Cleveland and
Hendricks was one of the largest dem
onstrations ever held hivtlje city The
streets along the line tbtougn which
the procession passed wfere densely
packed and the paraders were continu
ouslyapplauded and cheered An in
cident which increased the good nature
of all was that the Republican organi
zations saluted the procession as it
passed the Club house by exploding guna
and fireworks The Union Republican
Club brilliantly illuminated its building
during the entire time the procession
was passing It is estimated that 20
000 men were in the parade
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Ins ano Asjlum Burr 81
OSHKOSH Wis November 15At 11
oclock tonight a fire was
discovered in the boiler room
of the northern hospital for
thainsane four miles north of this city
Engines were dispatched from the city
but the fire increased rapidly and there
seemed little hopes of saving the insti
tution Five hundred inmates were
confined in the asylum By diligent
work the fire was confined to the engine
room and laundry and at midnight it
was brought under control Wild
excitement existed among the inmates
but they were well handled and none
were injured Two or three escaped
during the excitement Searching
parties are now after them The origin
of the fire ia a mystery S
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NEW YORK Noveniber 16Tbe S1l1
revisedfigures givefclevel iul l t phlrRh
I ityfof 1077 1 i
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5 Cholera + r
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WASHINGTON Noveniber 15 The De I l i t
partment of State has directed the t i
United States consuls general at Lqn j I I
don and Pans to appoint medical exam I t
inera to inspect all vessel leaving Bog di i 1 I
lish and French ports for this country r I t
with the view to preventing the intro I
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duction of cholera i
PARIS November 15The municipal
council yesterday voted an appropria i j l 1 I
tion of 50000 francs for the furtherance i
of the adoption of sanitary measures in > i
private houses A nun who had been
faithfully attending patients at asylums I
succumbed to the epidemic yesterday J I
The Russian embassy announces that a I
quarantine of twentyone days will be t
required at the Russian frontier in the I 1
case of all persons arriving from in
fected countries Many officials are i Ii <
paying visits to cholera hospitals There j I
was a sharp frost lust night and morn J I
ing brought brilliant sunshine It is
thought that this weather will have a III
good effect against the epidemic M t
Lemoire police inspector of disinfect
ing died this morning I H
Dr Warren Bey has written to the j il
papers in the same strain as that 4 I f
adopted by Dr MacGiven in his letter 1 i
to the Galigntmis Messenger He thinks it r
there is no occasion for strong and r > I
health people to take fright and flee t I f I
from the city There are two suspicious t f
cases of illness at Lill It is thought t f
they may be cholera Refugees arriving H I
at Marseilles yesterday were terror
stricken when informed that cholera I t
had b pken out afreah at Toulon
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LONDON November 15Reports are
current in Paris of the spread of cholera 1
to this city where the reports state the I I
disease is raging Le Temps says there
were 187 cases in London yesterday 1 i 11 l
Last week the Anglopholist journals j of I t
Paris announced an average of ninety IJ I
cases daily in London but nothing is Il tt i
made known here concerning the out 1 I fl t
break oi the disease in the metropolis l t I
The report created a great sensation in
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Paris j j 1 f
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reasonable lease for four or five months
Address C HERALD Office
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in Kalography Mathematics French
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Prices according to the times Ladies call
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BETWEEN 221 Silver Watch Leave i
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pRICK HOUSE OF TWO ROOMS HALL
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Lot 7x10 two blocks north of Twentieth
Ward Meeting House Apply at this office
CHEAP GUITARS f4 10 415 22 ORGAN
V > 125 at Prof A Andreh 13 East See t
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ZX porter and corresponding clerk by a
lady oi considerable experience with igood Ii
references Address B HEBAWOoffice
Also wanted A number pupils to study
shorthand Evening or day classes and
private lessons on reasonable terms Apply
above I
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PIANO LESSONS
TlfR T RADCLIFFE TEACHER OF RG
JlL file removed to First South stareet f
second door east of St Marks church G g
den visited Wednesdays andSatnrdays l
DENTIST ai
TENflST J B KEYSOR LATELY CON
DENTIST with Dr JR VanAultinhas re t
moved to TBS HEKAUS N Building where
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