OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. (Salt Lake City [Utah) 1870-1909, November 16, 1884, Image 11

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1884-11-16/ed-1/seq-11/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 11

1 j I
I THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16 1884 11 f 1 ikti 1
SPORT AND PASTIMES
I The Slogging Contest Betweei
Sullivan and Laflin
OUR BOYS SGOEEFORTHE YEA
york letter Imlivirtual Record
XeW
Logan Shots Miscel
laneous News
of THE HHUALD
rconespondence
NEW YORK Nov 10 1884
Some time has elapsed since I prom
jeed to write you any items of sporting
intelligence that might be stirring in thereat
metropolis but the election has so
great
entirely swamped every other topic that
until today nothing has transpired tha
it would be worth while to transmit to
paper Cleveland 1 suppose before thi
reaches you will have received his
rights and been declared all the way
from 1000 to 3000 ahead in this State
He has been the favorite here from tin
start and it was difficult to find any one
at the clubs who would take a bet ol
500to 300 750 to 100 or 1030 to 800
Maud S attempt to lower her recorc
will have been telegraphed you by the
time this reaches Salt Lake and there i
nothing left but to give you 11
few points on the Sullivan Laflir
slogging match which took plact
tonight in the Madison Square Gar
dens Laflin you must know is a
native of this city and it has been his
boast that neither Sullivan nor anyone
else could make him quail Tonight
after a great deal preliminary coquet
tingthe two finally met the Marquis o f
Queensberry Rules were adopted and
the better man was to have the full pro
ceeds of the house The question oi
knocking out was not considered
alone Patrick Sheedy Sullivans backer
said the Boston man had no intention
of knocking out his opponent There
were 5000 eople present Dominick
McCaffrey Charlie Mitchell Alf Green
field and Faddy Ryan who will spai
Millivan in January were among the
throng Judge G I lersieeve County
Clerk Keenan State Senator Murphy
Thomas A Edison Peter Noonan of
Scranton Pennsylvania the railroad
man Henry H Brown the millionaire
contractor of Piston Pennsylvana
Gabe Case Harry Hill Jack Burke
George Rooke Harry Webb Al Smith I
Mike Donavan and all the other pro
fessors also gazed eagerly uj vi hc i
spectacle
Laflin on first squaring before aulii
van appeared frightened by what
he saw Sullivan led for Lafiins
face but did not land He followed
again but Laflin rushed to close
quarters and hung his 210 pounds to
bulhvans neck The crowd hissed and
the referee Mike McDonald of Chicago
parted the men Scarcely had they
faced each other than Sullivan reached
for his opponent and began savage short
arm experiments upon Laflins face
Suddenly Sullivan loosened himself
from another hug that Laflin inflicted
and the latter sank to his knees leaving
blood stains upon Sullivans breast and
gloves A roar of cheers went up at
this sight Laflin seemed as witless as
a child in abject fear As he sank to his
knees he still clung to Sullivans neck I
and was half lifted to his feet again and
again Then Sullivan knocked him
down and rolled on him Laflin catch
ing at and pulling him down as he him
self fell Laflin was set on end again
and was again knocked to his knees
against the ropes and was actually
hunted around the stage without an op
posing blow There was another attempt
to hang on Sullivans neck by Lnfflin
when the seconds referee and Police
Captain Williams separated the men
and the round ended
The remainder of the battle if such it
could be called was like the first There
was a good deal of grumbling as the
crowd separated and Laflin lacked the
sand it was said to meet the great
Boston slogger
The theatres have all been doing
badly during election week business
was expected to look up with a boom
tonight however and a great deal of
interest is taken in the reappearance of
Irving and Patti who are playing and
singing in different quarters as I write
C
The Seasons Records
Below we give the record of what each
of our prominent base ballists has done
during the season The figures were
kindly furnished by Mr Hedges who
has been scorer in all the important
games
Record of Salt Lake baseball players for the
season of 1884 with the aTerages and rank
in batting and fielding taken from the
official score
en g
II 5 3
11 fi nc33dfi j Q
= oW 0 < 0 c
E 0 0 = a a Qc5
NurE I Q
o E
5 = 3 5
4 o 4 e i i
s C > C > QrJ
tiS o > a =
z I < 2
lBarker 25 H7 fi ij T9 hIi 12
2 MeBrice 4 10 2 50 10 2 50 2 0 20 2
3 Rurt 5 714012240 3060 8
HJarnev 1837205 37 205 31011 1
5 Swift 10 11 1 11 17 1 70161 fiO 16
6West212S133215226123 14
7 W nrgetts 1324 1 84 19 1 46 9 0 Gut 9
Larson 24401t635145101041 5
9 Ridges 1413 090 191 35 211 50 15
10jG Golding 13 19 1 46 16 1 23 910 69 9
1lBeattie 20 02 00 221 10170 85 10
12WGolding 112119Ol310 4036 4
13 Tibbits 17842 00 171 00 19 111 13
14 Griffiths IS 39 216 170 94 16 0 8S 11
15lDenllfllter f 11 22 200 10 0 90 24 2 18 18
16iF Margetts 10 U 1 50 81080 19190 17
17 E Peck 913144 710 7 i4 044 6
18 Watson 10 16 1 60 710 jO 11 20 2
19 Be 10000 61060 6060 8
20 C Peck i 9 1 2S 2J0 28 2 028 J 3
Logan Six ts
The Logan Wing Shooting Club was
recently organized with the following
officers President 0 C Ormsby i Vice
President Fred Turner j Secretary and
Teeasurer Jos G Bywater Captain S
W Scott On Friday afternoon the club
Were to have had a shooting match on
the grounds immediately east of the
Rice residence squill cf town All mem
bers were expected to be present Og
den and Salt Lake wjng shots should
tend heir cha eiie to tlie new or
ganization THere aresaid to be some
formidable shots among them
I
The World Over
Joe Barlows is expected back in time
to take his place n fhci SaltfLake paid
nine next year
fr i
i
What has become of the Tenth
Warderspetition a base ball ground
filed iu thtf Council some months agol
The female baseball club seems to be
once more on its travels They played
two games in Washington two weeks
ago and disgusted the audiences
The baseball championship schedule
has closed with the emblem of superi
ority of the league well won by the
Providence club The season of the
American association is also ended
leaving the title to the penant in the
hands of the Metropolitans
An effort is being made to introduce
baseball in Central India Rev J Wilkie
of Indore who has charge of a high
school numbering about 200 bovs writes
loA number of English officers in the
station have started a cricket club and
the native boys are rapidly taking up
with the game j but as the natives are a
highly nervous race much more like
the Americans than the EnglishI be
lieve that baseball will be more in har
mony with their natures They become
thoroughly tired of seeing one man
batting for say one or two hours con
tinuously
Harry Hutchen the most famous
short distance runner of the world ar
rived on October 28th from England and
is in Philadelphia the guest of Joe Ac
t tl the champion wrestler Hutchens
has for Ii e or six years been acknow
ledged as the fastest shortdistance run
ner in the world He is a native of Put
icy Englandand is generally known as
the Putney Wonder He is about 5
feet 11 inches tall built in proportion
ind exceedingly muscular Although
lie has not a long list of best onrecords
to his credit it is known that he can
eat all existing records from fifty yards
DO a quarter of a mile
The skating rink still remains open
Mr Causey is in the east trying to
place his patent roller floor
I
p
Swine Feed
An amusing case was tried before
Justice Pyper yesterday afternoon J
W West butcher began a suit against
L Benites for the recovery of 180 on a
promissory note and the defendant
met the complaint with a counter I
charge of 100 for swill which he
alleged West had obtained from him
From the testimony which was some
what funny it appeared that the wUun
tiff had purchased a number of pigs
from Benites with the understandiIig
that he was to have the swill for
nothing as long as the latter kept
restaurant Subsequent developments
the suit in question being among
theminduced the defendant to charge
up the swill to West which he did at
the rate of about 10 a month the swill
being obtained for ten months After
the examination of a number of
witnesses and arguments by C O
Whittemore for plaintiff and Theodore
Burmester for Benites the Justice
rendered judgment for 1SO and interest
and costs of suit This swill probably
settle the case
I r
Supreme Court
In the Supreme Court yesterday
Judges Zane and Twiss were on the
bench Judge Emerson being unable to
be present by reason of a rheumatic
attack
Besides the disposition made of the
petition of Kndgei Clawsons counsel
for the admission to bail of their client
pending appeal an account of which is
l published elsewhere in this issue the
following was transacted
The accounts of E P Sutherland
United States Coiumisioner on motion
of W H Dickson Esq were approved
Duncan Noble on motion of C K
Gilchrist Esq was admittedlto practice
at the Supreme Court bar
Adjourned without date
LITERATURE
ART AND LITERARY NOTES
The question now among fashionable
people is who wrote the new society
novel entitled Married Above Her
which T B Peterson Brothers
Philadelphia have in press and to be
published immediately It is said to be
a true story taken from life and by a
lady moving in New York society
Macmillan Co intend to issue to
wards the end of November a double
Christmas number of the English Il
lustrated Magazine It will contain no
less than seventytwo illustrations
eight of them full page plates worked
separat ly on plate pap r The frontis
piece will be after a study of a childs
head by Mr Burne Jones and among
the contents will be Gainsborough by
Mr J Com n Carr with illustrations
The Squire at Vauxhall by Mr Austin
Dobson with illustrations by Hugh
Thomson Christmas in the Kyber
Pass by Mr Archibald Forbes
Clovelly by Mr Frederick Pollock
with illustrations Our Mission to Abys
sinia by Mr F Villiers j St Guido a
poem by Mr Richard Jefferies an ar
ticle on Calvados illustrated by Mr W
J Hennessey Naworth Castle by
Canon Creighton with illustrations by
Mr George Howard j and a short story
by Mr Henry James
a
Mr I M Gaugengigl has attained
eminence in his art through pictures
which have been seen in Boston and
other cities for the past three years
Every fresh work from his brush makes
more manifest the influence of foreign
studv His choice of subject is most
happy ht is thoroughly in sympathy
not only with the subject he selects but
with the public to whom it appeals For
this reason the fact that he is now en
gaged upona painting in the form of a
Christmas card to be reproduced by
L Prang Co has an interest for all
lovers of art
The demand bv amateurs for floral I
studies is steadily on the increase I
Those byT Mrs E L Fisher are admir
ably adapted for the purpose from
their fidelity to nature and the poetic
spirit in whioh they are conceived
I Among the more popular publications
by this artist are recent studies of
Zinnia andMarigold
4it Vt
For Sale I
The Palace Baths including the Bar
ber Saloon jm lheground floor Lodg
ing Rooms on the second floor and the
Building Gorrimercial street
1 MABIEB BEOTHEES
Go to Charles K Bo wring for all kinds
of Decorating and Paper Hanging Old
ConstitutionBuilding 34 Main street
r
ORHKBSor Weber iCoal from Home
Coal Company taken by Telephone
either by H Dinwoodey or at yard
Yard telephone No 309
< t t 1 i
IJht d I i ii F J
MISCELLANEOUS
q i I if and If
If you are suffering from
poor health or languishing
on a bed of sickness take
cheer if you are simply ail
ing or if you feci < weak and
dispirited without clehrly I
knowing why Hop Bitters
will surely cure you
If you are a minister and have
overtaxed yourself with ybur
pastoral duties or a Mother
worn with care and work or a
man of business or laborer
weakened by the strain of your
everyday duties or a man of
letters toiling over your mid
night work Hop Bitters will
surely strengthen you
If you are suffer
ing from overeat
ing or drinking any
indiscretion or dis
sipation or are
I young and growing
too fast as is often
the case
Or if you are in the work
shop on the farm at the desk
anywhere and feel that your
system needs cleansing toning
or stimulating without intoxi
cating if you are old blood
thin and impure pulse feeble
nerves unsteady faculties wan
ing Hop Bitters is what you
need to give you new life health
and vigor
If you are costive or dyspep
tic or suffering from any other
of the numerous diseases of the
stomach or bowels it is your
own fault if you remain ill
If you are wasting away with
any form of Kidney disease
stop tempting death this mo
ment and turn for a cure to
Hop Bitters
If you are sick
with that terrible
sickness Nervous
ness yon will find a
Balm in Gilead in
Hop Bitters
If you are a frequenter or a
resident of a miasmatic district
barricade your system against
the scourge of all countries ma
laria epidemic bilious and in
termittent fevers by the use of
Hop Bitters
If you have rough pimply or sallow
skin bad breath Hop Bitters will give
you fair skin rich blood the sweetest
breath and health 00 will be paid
for a case they will not cure or help
That poor bedridden invalid wife
sister mother or daughter can be
made the picture of health by a few bot
tIes of Hop Bitters costing but a trifle
LUMBER YARD
AND
PLANING MILL
I
O NEHALP BLOCK EAST OF DEPOT
I
Lumber Doors
Lath Sash
Shingles Mouldings
Ceiling Frames
Flooring Pickets
Hardware Rustic
Sash Weights Glass etc
ALL BILLS PROMPTLY FILLED
Builders Contractors
AND
MANUFACTURERS
Taylor Romney Armstrong
Late Latimer Taylor Co
P 0 Box 629 fel
HULBERT BROS
Bag Carpet Weavers
Custom Work Promptly Done
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED
We keep a large stock of
RAG CARPETS
Frem 45cts Per Yard Up
Warranted to be Well Made and Durable
I Call and Examine
We keep the Best Brand of
COTTON AND WOOL WARP
ALSO
Trunks Towels Tidies Etc
L6r GINE TTS A CALL 1
No 27 W First South Street one door wes
of Knitting Factory J25
i
i
r
g
= s
ok
a
r
1
a Q Q
a 1 5 Q
3 o 5 IC Q
a g a
t4
0 c =
S c 1 = 1
c5
NOTICE
t
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
1 holders of the Utah Eastern railroad
willbe held at the companys office Suit
Lake City Utah Territory on Monday No1
vember 17th 1884 tit 2 o cloctpmi for the
purposeof electing directors foe the ensnine
year T SMcMURRAY
+ Secretary
SALT I LAKE CrrYf October loth lbS4 I
u 1 t I
t MEDICAL ETC
1
4 4i T
w
< 4
1tg n
L
k
DR FOOT JR
OF NEW YORK
Author Lecturer and Americas
Greatest Specialist
Th Doctor bel levup that the Great West
wil in the near future develop into a pqpu
UOot and wealthy country hS8 decided to loc e
oerroauently and to estabUeb the mot com
pleH dtEDICAL AND SURGICAL IflSTl
rUT America at
a1t Lake City Utali
An institution of this kind Is sadly needed In tie
VTet anil it ii the intention of Dr Foot Jr that
WL it ths1W RD 11
this iiibtit tlon snail be BOTH BEFit t on 1 inall
I peoto and become the most renowned In the
vtrh for Its skill nnd reliability and has no doubt
jut an experienced and reliable Specialist will be
HAILbJJ WITH JOY by the unprejudiced tutu
tliougliTnl Public
After graduating the best schools of medlcins
Amen a affords and visiting various European
i Gileses and hospitals and being qualified by spec
ial study and practice and re elving the best jul
vie and instrocrions from the most eminent spec
lliEt m the East Dr Foot Jr has become won
derfully skilled and with his great preparation
and ImproNCd instruments new vegetable medl
cines and by the aid of e tensie electri al appl1
an t and batteries Electrical Turkish Meditated
ind Natural Mineral Hot Springs Baths and the
rein irkable waters ol Utahs bait Lake and beat tt
fUt balmy climate he ia enabled to cure the vast
majority of thoe meases and deformities hereto
fore deemed Incurable and tsnally given up by tne
family physician as all forms of Head and Throat
Liseaes such as < atarrh Tonsllltis Pharjngitls
Lnrjnpltls Tracheitis BronchitIs Asthma et All
sfOMA rf LIVER and KIDNEY DISEASED
ch as spepsia Indigestion constipation Dlz
due > 3 HEADACHE Diabetes LAME and WEAK
BACKS ct All Bladder Rectum and SEXUAL
DISEASES Pimples Blotches and Blackheads
Discolorations etc entirely removed RHEU
MATISM in nil stages Ne ralgla of long standing
All Brain NERVOUS Debilitating and Blood dis
eases iiid otters SCO for u test case of any form
> fSYPHILIS thathe annot CURE COMPLETELY
Heart UiE < a eFits SEMIN ALWEAKNE S Gun
nd Gleet LOST MANHOOD etc P Il LAblS
Dropsy etc Cancer jud ilEMOKRHOl b ol all
cinils removed speedily without knife pan or
nood All diseases of the Feet Ingrowing Nails
nlons et All diseases of the EYE and ER
rented with skill and care equal to any oculist and
uirlst in the world Opthiliria Granulations etc
ntaracta removed Crcwevea straightened
MRAKNESb Ottorhoca and all aftections of tht
at cured Tape Worms removed in three hours
Dr Foot Offers 1000
FOlt ANY
FEMALE DISEASE
Flint he cannot cure when claiming to The Doc
tor has had such an extensive practice that he
uuUly can tell a woman her many troubles WITH
OUT SKING A QUESTIONSIMPLY BY LOOK
YJIT
ING AT HER
There Is not one case In one hnndred that cannot
Iv ren > ed and cured in a few weeks and yet
there ire wli women who are not afflicted with one
of disease and
or more members of this vast army
death Among the mot important may be enu
merated DISPLAI EMENTS Inflammation UI
eration LEIICORHCB Painful SCANTY and Ir
regular Menstruation NERVOUS and GENERAL
D 1JILITY BAIIRENESS etc and many well
known symptoms Uterine Cancer and Ulceration
nivplueemeutset can henceforth be cured at your
IIOIIKS You need not go East to suffer from the
od and unsuccessful treatment of the knife pei
Forie and bunding and unnatural Instruments yet
u vogue with the old school practice of ten or nf
RESI
cen year ago WILL VISIT YOUR
nExt I ES when desired and thorough cTamlna
tjunn made when ne csnary
ONE VISIT only Is required In a majority
chronic diseases First visit low price The Doc
tu does business on thesq are and will tell everj
ntlent as NEAR THE TRLTH as possible If thi
Doctor believes that vour case an be greatly im
proved or I red he will tell you so and II not he
w 111 not take your sac under treatment Hun
iedi of Western testimonials l to be seen at the of
fice already
OFFIi E I10DRS from 10a m to 4 and 7 to 9 p
m
ty Very low thti month
CONSULTATION FREE AT THE
UNION BLOCK
Dissolution of Partnership
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
NOTICE 1 of Bockholt Cummings have
dissolved partnership by mutual consent
the former assuming all debts and liabilities
and accounts due and owing the firm
D BOCKHOLT
II L CUMMINGS
Salt Lake City Utah
November 13th 1884 nol5
Dissolution of Partnership
milE COPARTNEKaHIP HERETOFORE
THE between Edwin E Rich and
esse H Leonard under the firm name and
style of the Peoples Forwarding Company
doing a forwarding and commission busi
ness at Salt Lake City Utah is hereby dissolved
solved by mutual consent Edwin E Rich
will individually collect the debts belong
ing to and due the firm pay all indebtedness
ol the firm and will continue the business
at the old stand
This the 14th day of November AD 1884
EDWIN E RICH
no5 JESSE H LEONARD
NLWFIRit
TTAVING PURCHASED THE BUSINESS
HAYING R Madeira fc Co we will con
tinue same at the old stand under the firm
name of Price Needham We hope by
promptness and attention to business and
handling only the best goods to retain all
the old customers and add many new ones
ELI L PRICE
THOMAS B1iEEDHAM
October 1st 1884
1 STAB EXPRESS
Office No 141 Main street first door north of
I B lTatt Bros Telephone 2o 142
I Package Transfer and Excursion Wagons
readiness Moving Pianos Organs
always in
FnnrirareTf Specialty
and
gans Have the flnestr fourinhand wagon that
brought to this counfry
was prcpaJ for airrsizea parties
prepared
Are
Tourists will do well to call on the Star
Express
OrdeNWfelephone receive prompt atten5
7i JHEDGERBT tl
fm >
iyl5 d tt 1 J tStlePrODhiCtON4
i
o < A ass A
I
AGRICULTURAL i IMPLEMENTS Kf f
THE BAIN 1WAQOSI
Always tafce the Lead for they are run on Wheels built expressly for this dry
L Climate that Never Fall b A 4
1 t
I A Large Stock of the J
Barn Farm and Spring Wgons 1
I
ON HAND t
I
Hardwood and Wagon Material The Porter Fire Proof Roofing
j
TRIUMPH GRAIN DRILLS BROADCAST SEEDERS
Oliver Chilled and Moline Plows Flying Dutchman and Cass dy M 1
Sulky Plows t j
AXG the Lending SviLkiies ToDay
f
J
THE MONARCH POTATO DIGGER
Is a Novelty in this Line
i i Pj 1 1
I
f
WE INVITE A CAREFUL INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK l +
o H t
GRAIN TAK N
H p
HOWARD SEBREE CO li
i1 I
Salt Italic City and Ogden Utah f f I
I t t
Shone Oaldwell Mountain Home and Weiser City Idaho
The Studebaker Wagons fe I
I Il I 1
d i I
I Vi
> r
It 11
j Ii
L fC
II I I J
lr
I J 1
L tt t ii
CARRIAGES AND SPRING WAGONS
Are celebrated for their LIGHT WEIGHT STRENGTH DURABILITY and LIGHTNESS Jj
OF DRAUGHT Examine them at the Central Branch House Salt Lake City J
GEORGE A LOWE =
f M TT U TMllfK
S
Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah
Selmttler Farm and EreightSWagons
Buggies Road Carts Spring Wagons
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of firstclass serviceable Vehicles which will be sold at
very low prices > Also a full Line of m
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
BUCKEYE TTAiyT IUMIPS
I DEDEBICK Perpetual HAY PRESSES
Baling Ties and Baling Wire
KNOWLES STEAM PUMPS
For all purposesA Full Assortment constantly on hand
4JUES ENGIi
All Sizes
sLviI4Ls EFFEL THEELS
= ALL SIZES
I
f 1 i
I
C
5
e
I
1
J
P W MADSSS 1 f C9 7
Sole jAL exrts fox Uii
S S r i T c i f i I p
ir 68 Ktft MainStreet in > I H I Salt 1 Lake j Gity 1 4 > i 1 ul
1 J f un V TV cs
1 J RWflDER JR
P V 1JADSEN M1ECUMMINGS > ft V DERa
q
1
U
1 t
S
< 5

xml | txt