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io n THIS SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY NOVii1IBiIt 16 1884 c
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SOTTO YOGS
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i J SOME PEOPLE imagine that because
t + Cleveland has been elected President of
the United States it will prove a great
i detriment to every kind of business
f except perhaps certain forms of specu
lation But when you ak them why
they either advance no reason at all
or if they do they are such as display
i their total ignorance of the situation of
1 affairs and the principles of the Demo
I cratic party We have seen nothing
i yet in the platform that can in any way
affect business unless for the better
and in so far as the practices of the
party are concerned we have every rea
son to believe that business will im
1 prove under the administration of
Cleveland One great issue of the cam
f paign was in regard to the immense
surplus lying idle in thee Treasury
I vaults money that ought now to be
circulating in the avenues of trade to
keep it in proper moving order This
j idlecapitai believe vill be reduced
asftoqiiis possibleand be ptTt vQierQt
it wiITdo the most good Our 5 busme s
mien must bear in mind that the only
serious danger threatening trade is in
their seinele belief of impending
financial evil
GOVERNOR MUEBVY took special pains
f
t 11 the Liberal rneetingoust priorto the
ast election fo inform jhis audience
that the procession is now about to
move and those who do not wish to be
I run over and crushed under its wheels
must get out ot its way or else find for
f themselves a place In the ranks for
J when the hip has once raised her
H anchor and sails on the broad ocean1
there will be no opportunity for any
i i one to get aboard so they must get
r plan s and run the risk of being picked
i up by the good old ship I Exactly what
is meant by the above jumble of
metaphors it would be difficult for any
j one to tell even the Governor himself
1 EuoVgli he is noted for the wonderful
facilityhe displays in solving difficult
i problems would be at a loss to unravel
the mystery However there is one
R i procession that is about to move on or
1 about the 4th of March next and we
i think that Murray himself will form a
very conspicuous figure in the van of
7 that sorrowful gathering but there will
be nobody in the way to impede their
t progress and none who will be in any
loner frQIll their harmless exit A
fevenhreludtantly join j the ranks but
you can be certain not from choice but
from stern necessity Fare ye Well
Brother Watkins ha
JUDGE ZAXE is a great stickler for pro
priety in his c urt and we must say we
admire him for it The other day an
atflbrrfey ds bearingdown upon d wit
ness in the badgering manner common
to43bnie of the legarcliqueT when the
Judge stopped him with Wait a mo
ment t ir you Trust remember you are
not in a police court you are old
enough to know what conduct is be
coming in this court and what is not
Ask the witness questions but do not
make so many of your own observa
tions The only regrettable thing
< is that in the recent Connelly polygamy
case the Judge did not apply some of
this caustic to the prosecution
I
How COMES it that the Tribune has
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not blackguarded the several men who
voted for the acquittal of Lufkins Luf
J kins was a Mormon he had been in
n dieted through the efforts of Mr Varian
4 f and each one of the seven jurors had
wives and daughters who could have
been attacked What is coming over
the spirit of the American gentlemen
I i IF IT were not so seriously cxasperat
t ing it would be amusing to note the
t effect the judges decision must have
t upon the liberty of Mr Clawson In
t all human probability when his appeal
is heard the open venire blunder will
reverse decision in his case and he will
have simply undergone so much im
t prisonment unjustly If the sentence
is confirmed will have been virtually
sentenced to four year imprisonment
1 plus what he is now undergoing And
4 this is law Bah
CLEVELANDS ELECTION will have a de
pressing effect on Apex Governor Mur
ray is the owner of 10000 or 12000 shares
kar In this commodity it was formerly
20000 or 30000 until depleted by fre
quent assessments all of which is in
pawn to a venerable Democrat named
Pancake In the natural course of
A
t q things Mr Murray will shortly be re
t stored to Kentucky gubernatorial
f salary comes to a full stop interject and
assessments remain unpaid to the ven
erable Democrat and Captain Green
man offers on Monday morning a block
of Apex for sale from the steps of the
c Wasatch corner This is the bearing
Cleveland has on Apex
S
Sunshine and Shadow
1 The officer tells me that you were
drunk and disorderly and that you
a have often been arrested for the same
all offence said Justice Foote yesterday
ais he frowned through his eyeglasses at
1 u hardlooking woman who stood before
him I have no sympathy for a
I woman like you and I will fine you a
iiun
i r U Papa I interrupted a little voice
lear and sweet and two soft arms
I + 0 stole around the judicial neck and the
o tfa < e was laid against the judicial I
cheek I
t Justice Footes frown changed to a
s smile Aha you rascal said he
seizing his little daughter and seating
i leron his knee uSo you came to see
1 jhe just while I am hard at work did
i j 9P Van1 you slipped up behind me
3 and tried to scare your old papiAh
r i you 1 and he gave her a great hug
I j Clerk Clinged poised his pen ready to
3 record the fine the lawyers took their
j i seats with a smile j the prisoner wasleft
3 alone before the bar iS > lie lookedat the
I little child and passed f her sleeve over j
i her eyes For five minutes the old head I
s2 and young head nodded at each other
I t while from two red lips came a wonder
f i fut story of Oh such fun at the park
t i and how funny the deers looked
4 Then a bright lOc piece was produced
ij from the justices pocket and put into
asi a little hand Then came a long hard
s IS hug and the little girl skipped away
d shouting goodby as she went through
5i5 i the crowd
1 W When Justice Foote turned his tace
n j > i toward the courtroom there was
rs spread over it a smile that would have
Se graced the countenance of a saint
as Where was 11 he asked as he rubbed
5 t i his glasses and looked down at the
jar J4 sheet Oh yes this drunk and dis
orderly case Then he looked at the
prisoner You look like you miht
lave been a decent girl once said he i
4I will give you one more chance The
s vr1 Qntr k dicbargcd Chicago free
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REAL ESTATE ETC
B OCKHOLT fa CUMMINGS
Office in the HERALD Block
Opposite north Continental Hotel SALT
LAKE CITY UTAH
SEAECEEES OF TITLES Of
REAL ESTATE
And other Records
J
LOANS NEGOTIATED
r On Reasonablclerms rr oF I
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r 4t A e
Legal JPapers
CAREFULLY DRAWN
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COMPANIES Y DTOOlSoEATED
4 J 3 f <
Wills Drawn and Probated
I 4 t i J f w
SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES
Of Deceased Persons specially solicited
Applications for Divorce and Alimony
II
l J ra conducted > J
f f I s t
J Ii Go r
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HOUSES RENTED
And Accounts Collected
I w H
WATER RIGHTS AND OTHER STOCKS
J T errlt Jrial ° aud County Scrip mkrketedl i
< it t f I
ockiioli Cummings
i THE HERALD BLOCK
NOTI E °
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Constable Sii
s Saks
Y VIRTUE OF ANJEXECUTION TO ME
BY
directed from the Fifth Precinct Jus
tices Court City and County of Salt Lake
Territory of Utah in favor of H P Mason
and Jane Park partners doing business in
the name of Mason Co and against A
LHarding to satisfy judgment of 6366
t and costs I have levied upon the following
I named property on this 27th day of September
tember AD 1SS4 towit All of the right title
and interest of A L Harding in the follow
ing described leasehold property to wit
All of the right title and interest of AL
Harding in the following described prop
erty to wit This indenture made the lt
day of June 1882 between John L Blythe of
Salt Lake City County of Salt Lake and
Territory of Utah party of the first part and
Attila Harding and Louisa Harding his
I wife of the City County and Territory afore
said the party of the second part wituesseth
that the said party of the first part has leased
and by these presents docs lease unto the
said parties of the second part the following
described piece or parcel of land to wit
Part of lot five 5 block fiftysix 56 plat A
Salt Lake City Survey commencing at n
point one hundred and four 104 feet from
the northwest corner of said lot and run
ning thence east fortyeight feet thence
south twelve feet thence west fortyeight
fe thence north twelve feet back to the
r ce of beginning with the exception of
tnree feet of said twelve fronting west is re
served for a stairway and landing for the use
of both buildings the one north of stairs and
also the one in which the stairs is built and
the owners of each building bearing an equal
share of the expense of keeping the stairs in
good repair for the term of five years from
the 1st of June 1882 at the monthly rent of
600 per month monthly in advance as the
property of A L Harding and will expose
he same for sale or so much as will satisfy
Plaintiffs demand to wit 6366 and cost
at the south door of the County Court House
Salt Lake County on the 18th day of Novem
ber A D 18S4 Sale to commence at 10
oclock am Terms cash
C H CROW Constable
October 22d 18S4
FHE WORKING ENS STORE
Carries a Full Line of Best Brand
ROLLER MILL fLOUR
Bran Shorts Grain Chopped Feed
And a Large Assortment of
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GR9C ERI S
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GIVE us A CALL I
E lr orris
No 32 Old Constitution BniMintr opnosite
Z O Ml Teiephdne No 3S7 a3
THE UNION lARKET J
At No 50 Main Street
North of Littleb Roundys has opened with
a Choice Selection of
ALL KINDS 1 Of FRESH MEATS I
Sausage and Gamed feats
F J MAY wishes to hank Ills friends and
the publicfor their r past patronage and de
sires a continuances thesame
NEW LUMBER YARD
ES SELLS
At the
OLD PIONEER LUMBER YARD
Of Armstrong d Bagley
On First South Street
Opposite 14th Ward Meeting House offers
at WHOLESALE and RETAIL
LUMBER of all GRADES
Consisting in part of Flooring Scantling
Roofing Ceiling Pickets Lath Shingles
Molding Joist Door Q Windows Transom
etc which will be sold cheap
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DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
COHN BROTHERS
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f frd
t WJq We have received our Large Stock of
Il i
r OloaJtas Wraps
CONSISTING OF
° Brocade Velvet Plush rand all the leading Novelties A
TIt new this Season hi Cloaks Dolmans Sacqucs 1
111 Newmarkets and Russian Circulars
ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF A
t 1
MISSES OHILDBENS PLUSH SAOQUES Q
pIi Havelocks and Newmarkets
The Largest Stock we ever carried in this Line LATEST
STYLES FINE GOODS LOWEST PRICES p
r kirf I
T DONT BUY WITHOUT SEEING OUR SUPERB STOCK
Particular attention Is Invited to our Magnificent
= STOCK OT DRESS GOODS t
As usual we are showing many novelties in this Line
r Plain and striped Bison Cloths French Plaids Armures
r Corkscrews Cheviots and a Full Line of French Tricots
Ladies Cloths for Tailormade Suits We have Fifteen Dis
tinct Qualities of Black Cashmeres and Twentyfive Differ
ent Styles and Qualities of BLACK GOODS
0 We are showing the W
Largest Stock of Silk i Velvets in Town
In all shades and in Black at Extremely Low Prices
0M
Ouor
M SILK l STOCK IS ALWAYS THE LARGEST 0
And Best Assorted in town
I
VELVETEENS A SPECIAL
Trimmings Buttons and Laces
r 1 As usual leads in assortment quality and at the lowest jI
f prices
Flannels Blankets and Comforts
This stock is very large and contains everything re
quired
I
Merino Underwear and Hosiery
Great attention has been paid to these Departments
The variety ts much larger than ever Anything that is
0 needed for Ladies Misses and Children can be found with
out end
> Housekeeping Goods rJ1
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r Table Linens Napkins Towels Crashes Curtains and °
Curtain Nets Quilts and everything required for house
keeping use have just been opened All new and fresh
AND OUR PRICES ARE PARTICULARLY ATTRACTIVE 1
I
THIS SEASON
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Mail Orders Receive Our Best Attention
COHN BROTHERS
THE POPULAR CUTTER
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1 IRo J BERGENI
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IS MANAGING THE I
MERCHANT TAILORING BUSINESS
AT THE OLD STAND
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No 224 S Main Street
FOR
I WEN STEIN Prop
+ WHERE THE
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oJ F P N 1 S STOOiK t r
OF VI
4 > I O f > i I I i
QLOTHSFOR FALL SUITS
IS KEPT EN STOCK
A tl Perfect Fit G11a1anteed
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FAITL MILLINERY
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ri Oar 11 1 t r Street
I 1 Y
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MRSJ tJro t f1REGORY
1 H = rH IOe tJ
I Has RE OENED at the old establishment of dial Nellie Colebrook with
A NEW AND
j v 4t
XJGPJ w l > y y
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Corarlete Stock o ± Millinery1
Just received from New Yorfc 1 Also i
I SOMETHING NEW IN HAIR GOODS
H a Y 1 J
And resp ec full y inviTes l friends and tta publicEeneraliy to call
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t JJLI IT 5 A I Jf E f ie2 OJ Tt t b fI1 rtf j
No 56 MAIN STREET
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UT AH CETRAL 064 ROA
New Time Card 9 September Stli 1884
0
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE SALT LAKE DAILY AS FOLLOWS
GOING NORTH GOING SOUTH
Atlantic Express at 730am Milford Express at 410
Pacific Express at 430 pm I Juab Express at 740pm 1
EU Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake daily as folldws
5
VKOJI NORTH FROM SOUTH
Pacific Express at 1240 am I Milford Express at 1010am 3
Atlantic Express 140 pm Juab Express at 640 PDt I
Freight Trains leave Salt Lake daily except Sundays for North at 825 am and 155
pm for South at 825 am and 140 pm
FRANCIS COPE JOHN SHARP
General Freight and Passenger Agent General Superintendent
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WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WILL
SEE BY EXAM1KIHQ THIS MAP THAT THE
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HgcAa3s ROCK DSLANX PACIFIC RY
+ I i Being the Great Central Line affords to travelers by reason of its unrivaled geo
graphical position the shortest and best route between the East Northeast and
Southeast and the West Northwest and Southwest
It is literally and strictly true that its connections are all of the principal lines
of road between the Atlantic and the Pacific
By its main line and branches it reaches Chicago Blue Island Junc Auburn
Junc Joliet Seneca Peoria Ottawa La Salle Geneseo Moline and Sock Island
in Illinois Davenport Muscatine Washington Keokuk Knoxville Oskaloosa
Fairfield Des Moines West Liberty Iowa City Atlantic Avoca Audubon
Harlan Guthrio Center and Council Bluffs in Iowa Gallatin Trenton Cameron
and Kansas City in Missouri and Leavenworth and Atchison in Kansas and
the hundreds of cities villages and towns intermediate The
CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
As it is familiarly called offers to travelers all the advantages and comforts
incident to a smooth track safe bridges Union Depots at all connecting points
Fast Express Trains composed of COMMODIOUS WELL VENTILATED
WELL HEATED FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES
a line of the MOST MAGNIFICENT RECLINING CHAIR CABS ever built
PULLMANS latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING and BUF
FET CARS and DINING CABS that are acknowledged by press and people to
be the FINEST BUN UPON ANY ROAD IN THE COUNTRY and in wL cL
superior meals are served at the low rate of SEVENTYFIVE CENTS EACH
THREE TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and the MISSOURI RIVER
TWO TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and 2HNNEAPOSXS and ST
PAUL via the famous
ALBERT LEA ROUTE 0
The New and Direct Line via Seneca Kankakee and Cincinnati recently
opened for business between the West and Newport News Richmond Cincin J
nati Indianapolis and La Fayette and Council Bluffs St Paul Minneapolis and
intermediate points is rapidly becoming a favorite with Through Passengers
Through Cars for all Through Passengers on Fast Express Trains
For mire detailed information see Maps and Folders which may be obtained
as well as Tickets at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Can
ada or of
R Rv CABLE ESTJOHN
Prest Genl Manager Genl Tkt Passr Agt
CHICAGO
UTAH and NEVADA
tAIL V 1 Y
On and After
WEDNESDAY JUNE 4th 1S3J
The Utah d Nevada Railway Company will
run their trains as follows
Sundays excepted
Leave Salt Lake City 840am
I
j II Garfield 1000 Ii
II Tooele 1110 II
Arrive at Terminus lljio
Leave Teri sin = is 100 pri
II Tooele 180
II Garfield 230 I
Arrive at Salt Lake City 345
No Freight will be received after 4 um
S F FENTON W W R1TER
Gen Frt and Pass Agt Supt
Salt Lake T Western
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RAIL5WA Y
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On ail after
Wednesday Sept S 1SS4
Trains will run as follows
STANDARD MOUNTAIN TIME
Leave Lehi Junction at 555 am
11 Cedar Fort at 1000 Ii
T II 5Mile Pass 1035
f Rush Valley at 1105
f Doremusat u55
Arrive Ironton at I225p
Leave Irouton at 1230
Arrive at Silver City at 1250
Leave Silver City at 110pm
Arrive Ironton at 125 II
Leave Ironton at 140 II
f 1 Arrive at Doremusat 235 II
f II Rush Valley at 4 310 I
T I Mile Pass 340
Cedar Fort at 410
4 It at Lehi Junction at 520 Ii
1 Connects with UtahCentral train leaving
Salt Lake at 740 am
t Connects with Utah Central train arriv
ing at Salt Lake at 640 pm
T Stop only upon signalW
W W RITER
mar 21 Supt
TUFTS NYSTROlI
We have an unusually heavy stock of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST
Beer Always First Class
1
SALT LAKE CITY BEER HALL
jw 109 MAIN STREET
I I i Y ALL ODDS
I THE DEST EQUIPPED
Railroad in i the World
i Let it oe forever remembered that the
I Chicago and r Northwestern
RAILWAY
Is the best and shortest route to and from
Chlcigo and Council Bluffs Omaha and
that it is preferred by all well posted trav
elers when passing to or from
California and Colorado
It also operates the best route and the short
line between
OHIOAGO AND ST PAUL AND
MINNEAPOLIS
Milwaukee La Crosse Sparta Madison Fort
Howard Green Bay VVIs Winona Owa
tonne Mankato Minn Cedar Rapids Des
Moines Webster City Algona Clinton Mar
shalltown Iowa Freeport Elgin Rockford
Ill are amongst its 800 local stations on ita
lines
Among a few of the numerous points of
superiority enjoyed by the patrons of this
road are its DAY COACHES which are the
finest that human art and ingenuity can
create its PALATIAL SLEEPING CARS
which are models of comfort and elegance
its PALACE DRAWING ROOM CARS which
ire unsurpassed by any and Its widely cele
brated
Northwestern Dining Cars
The like of which are not run by any other
road anywhere In short it Is asserted that
it Is THE BEST EQUIPPED ROAD IN THE
WORLD
All points of Interest north northwest and
west of Chicago business centres summer
resorts and noted hunting and fishing
grqunds are accessible by the various
oranches of this road It owns and controls
over 5000 miles of road and has over 400 pas
se ger conductors constantly caring for its
millions of patrons
Ask your ticket agent for a ticket via this
route AND TAKE NONE OTHER All
leading ticket agents sell them It costs no
more to travel on this route that gives first
class accommodations than it does to go by
poorly equipped roads
1 or maps descriptive circulars and sum
me resort papers or other information not
obtainable at your local ticket office write to
tneGENLPASS
GENLPASS AGT C di N W RY
CHICAGO ILL
GEO D WILLIAMSON
General Agent Room and Windsor Block
Denver
W N BABCOCK
General Western Agent Omaha Neb
COLLECTION AGENCY
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ESTAB
lished a Collecting Agency at American
Fork Utah County will pleased to attend
to such business with all who may desire
his services All business attended to with
promptness and on liberal terms
EBENEZER HUNTEB

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