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c THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY NQ MEMBER tQII 88 fc I r
x rlfi THE DAILY HERALD
Sak Lake City Utah
JB9AT NOVUIBER 16 1884
I 1rtv ELV1 PAGES
t EVENTS AND COMMENTS
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TKAT GREAT American institution the
bald bead has been treated with the
greatest respect in the far East An
Afghan lady recently applied to the
N Ameer Abdul Rahman for a reparation
from her husband on the ground that
ie was becoming bald The Ameer
r4 recognizing the importance it i is
thought of vindicating the sanctity of
t the domestic as well as the government
al authority decided after due reflec
j tion upon the demoralizing tendency of
J feminine disrespect intellect al men
0 to make an example of the presumptu
t ous plaintiff His first step was to
1 I order a vial of sour milk to be poured
on the husbands head whether as an
invigorator or tonic the Eastern
t journalist does not say Then abandon
1 ing curative for punitive measures the
i Ameer next commanded the wife to lick
j the milk off with her tongue and when
it that was done and husbands head
shone like a billiard ball his Highness
4 directed that the unsympathetic woman
t be placed on the back of a donkey with
her face to the tail and thus be forced
I I to ride through the bazar
Tho Aineor LJ entitled to the thanks
i ef the great American public
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WILL THE business men of Utah
please op for one moment and consider
1 how much damage was done to their
i interests in Utah by the recent publi
i cation in the Leadville Chronicle from
which paper they naturally found their
i 1 way into other papers of the infamous
statements made by J M Goodwin one
i i cf the American gentlemen connected
1 with the Salt Lake Tribune Is it not
about time that some one took this
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matter in hand Can the business men
t the Gentile business men afford to
have such dimenoVel yarns scattered
i broadcast over the land Is it no
about time that the pirates who stop at
nothing to further their own nefarious
schemes were called to acct punt and
given to understand that this kindof
thing hadgone on long enough1
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ji An exchange is authority of the state
latent that aIn almost every case where
a malt has fallen in love with a girl
dressed in bathing suit and afterwards
married beta divorce has followed with
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in two year This seems preposterous
to a degree If anyone can love a girl
dressed in 8 s bathing suit to an extent
I i to warrant Jiis marrying her he should
certainly love her to distraction under
ordinary circumstances
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t I OP counbESt Jt ttlm was beaten any
+ 1 body knew he would be How badly he
c 4 must feel I And the worst of it all is
4 j that he is not in a position where he
can brace up Ire any of the other
p who got left If he wants to run
again in 1833 ha should be consistent
and to be consistent he must go four
long and weary years with even a claret
l punch or a whisky sour It is terrible
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SOME cal no doubt imagined he had
i t made a brilliant point when he said
No doubt it takes pluck for a man of
modest fortune to ask a rich woman to
f marry him He might have finished
the subject adding But the amount
of pluck necessary to ask the question
r 9 is not a tithe as compared with the
f Tr amount of pluck necessary to bear up
i under a refusal
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H is WFH Worth laying11 the latent
r subject before a country debating club
vas decided in the negative Astonish
> mcnt was great until it was discovered
2 that the wife of one of the negative
speakers had presented him with trip
lets a few da before 1 l hw no doubt
accounted for his eloquence J >
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I AT A l recent f jSundayscfiool A meeting
jt in Chicago a longwinded clergyman
t eonsumed too mucbof the time with a
t wordyAddress When hesat down the
leader o > f the meeting unwittingly
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Bounced the hymn beginning Halle
1 njah I tis donelWicked 1 Exchange
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Picayune made a
1 good poiat when it said Newspaper
reporters will always be found faultwith
w il they can write up an account of a
t ftreet fight thatwill please thejnao who
j getsicked Wes 1futll cjse1tJeitcl
porter gets tho licking how can he fix it
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SIGHT YEARS ago the Tribune changed
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For Cool Weather
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We sre now ready to supply you and I
13 jour boys with DUI handsome
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Suits Overcoats
IJ t4 amble for thiq season Our stock has
J never before been so large our design
are the handsomest eye seen and in I
artiitic fjt and durable wnrKman l bip
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FASHION AND GOSSIP
And Other Matters of a Seri
ous Nature
WHERE THE MODEL WIVES ARE
Fashions FanoieH KIcu Women of
America Gum Drops Ab
sence A Fonder Heart
Gnm Drops
The young lady arrayed in a green
uit with a verdant lover said slip
was all in style for her muff matched
her costume
The King of Si tm is reported to have
2 3 children Fathers with only six or
< even had better stop howli ig about
havi g to toe babies up and down as
night
A Ko ton coachman fell heir to 1750
000 the other day and cruel parent
who prevented their daughters from
eloping with him are committing suicide
right and left
A fashion paper says The new underskirt
derkirt pretends to be full when it real
ly is not In this ropect it differ
somewhat from a man The latter pre
tends not to be full when he really is
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The Long Island postmaster who is
short 1400 in his accounts says his
wife wanted diamonds and a family
carriage so bad that e couldnt bear to
disappoint her She wears the diamonds
when she visits him in jail
A New York boardinghouse keeper
has committed suicide By some awful
mistake she served up a tenderloin steak
which her boarders were able to eat and
the frightful deed so weighed upon her
conscience that she made away with her
self Poor thing
When the festive campmeeting is at
its summer height there is more bustle
than bible about it and the average
young lady penitent isfar more likely
to be Acquainted with the shady walks
around the grounds than she is with the
disputed passage in the giltedge book
which she carries around with her
She is as old as her husband but she
conceals the dreadful fact She said one
day My husband is 40 There is just
two years difference between him and
myself n And the friend was mean
enough to reply Is that possible
Vhy I declare to gracious vou look to
be as young as he is They do not
speak now
PATiKST1Doctor I want you to pre
scribe for me
DOCTOR after feeling her pulse
There is nothing the matter madame
All ou need is rest I
PNc Darent you mistaken Doctor
Please study my case carefully Just
look at my tongue
Dr That needs rest toIEz
A Lee avenue lady asks if we can give
her any hints for indoor decoration
Yes We can Always have your hair
nicely combed a clean collar or ruching
on your neck your dress tidy and every
thing in place then ask your husband I
what he thinks of your decorations
Ten to one your home will have more
Mn hine in it than the palaces of ki gs J
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Oh doctor she cried In a soipm of tear
Come fly as you ue er Hew before
Else ere you eu b < the aim my poor little
deir
The borders of death will cross oer
He slncked not hIs speed till he entered her
door
Where he found a remuk blegrmp
Six ladies with tear dampened face hung
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Apu dog with symptoms of croup
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Fashions Fancier
A Paris caprice is to lace cream velvet
evening bonnets with sealskin
Small flowers are strungon cords and
used as fringes on bail dresses of tulle I
crepe and silK J
As the season advances ostrich feath
ers grow more popular owing to their
universal beconungiiess
Merino hosiery in plain colors
matching tone for tone all the shades in
vogue for fall promises to popular
Plush gloves have been introduced as
a probable rival to the Jersey cashmere
style so much worn last season
Chinese primroses form a pretty dec
oration for this season They bloom all
winter in return for very little atten
tionMuffs t i
Muffs to match the costume are
trimmed with three tips 11111 ail ow a
pugs Jjead in metal or a large out
spread bird
Boys of four years wear a plaid kilt
skirt plain cutaway sacque over a MIU
ilar vest which lsplu ted and held by u
strap and buckle > C
Ladies satchels are in plush elVet
or leather both plain arid ornamental
in the bellows style and much larger
than those of last season
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Colored Canton flannel is used for
ssryiceable houaedresses for little girls
a kilt skirt and loose blouse being the
most appropriate model
Fashionable leather articles are pre1
ferred in dark shades with pressed
figures in repouslie Work corner and I
tiasps of brass or nickel are the most
stylish f
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I A new design for boys cuffs buttons
consists of a twisted knot of large gold
wire on one end of the link and a small
square block upon which rtmfnaine is
eagraved on theother
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t pipit Ladles of Arne J lca J t
The United States contains a great
many weajthy s omen writes Carp in
thoTJieVeiand Leader lHenry E Pack
ers sister owns a life interest in 160000
shares of the Lehigh Valley xailroad
the dividends of which amount to 700
OOplannually Mrs A R Allen < of St
Louis pays taxes on 1197000 and Miss
Bernice Morrison of the same city is
taxed at lijSOO There is a cattle yieen
named Rogers near Corpus Christi
Texas who pwns JOOQO cattle and is
worth oyer 1000000 She is the finan
cial agent of the ranch keeps the pocket
book and oversees the stock while she
sends her second husband to the Texas
legislature Catharine Wolfe of New
York the daighti of old Peter Wolfe
who married Loriilards two sisters and
got a 1000000 with each of them has
its income jfroY C55QJOQOia year and she
owns real estate to about 0000000
Iiipig J > tgers of Texas l she is i about
50 years old and plain in all her habits
She is single too and lives all alone in
a big house on Madison avenue and
wentyfourth street New York It is
aid that she was engaged to be married
ears ago but that her affiai ced died a
few days before the day fixed for the
vedding Mrs Wm Astor is worth
1000000 and Mrs Marshall Roberts
he wife of a mining king who died
one years ago is said to have assets
which will foot up 8000000 Mrs A
Stewart has a princely income no
loubt Mrs G mmellis said to contest
with Mrs Garrett the reputation of
being the richest unmarried woman in
the country and Englands wealthier
heiress I see is a Miss Hamilton who
has large estates in Scotland and an in
come somewhere near 500000 a year
The Model Wife
Scripture and history and poetry vie
with one another in soundig the praise
of the model wife The man who i
blessed with a companion worthy the
n line of a model wife can snap his finger
in the faces of all the old bachelors that
ever breathed and give them points each
day in every exalted pleasure that make
life worth living There is no danger of
his applying for a divorce II
Unfortunately for the married men 01
this generation the model wives ar
most all dead The struggle for exist
ence was too much for them The cease
less silent selfsacrifice needed to build
iip a model domestic character could
only be met and borne as long as then
was any ap > reciation of the personal
laws 1 of dit I that underlie all sort of
ideal existence 1 he men who appreciat
ed model wives and were in return willing
o be model husbands were so few that
the good wives that is the model wives
grew discouraged and took totheir craves
or some more congenial occupation
The few model wives that are left are
cherished by their husbands beyond even I
their cigars or their horses The model
wife of the workingman clerk or busi i
ness man has some appreciation of the
ten thousand little labors petty cares
and annoyances that her husband has
to go through each day in his workshop
or office She considers that such worry
ing cares are a part of the duties by
which her husband makes a living for
himself for her and for the children if
there are any And when the husband
comes home from his work tired per
haps cross and hungry and out of sorts
she is always read tomeet him with
some quiet and gentle good cheer her own
person is attractive and restful to him
She always had some pleasant scheme
in mind tj make his home hours delight
ful to him and so make herself indis
pensable and a constant joy
The model wife does not see how many
poor and silly or exacting things she can
say to her tired husband If she has
anything to ask she waits until he is
rested and fed She invites pleasant
people to her home not to show how
many rich things she has but to make
her husbands home hours pass cheer
fully She knows that if she is half a
woman no other can displace her in her
husband affections She is always
more attractive in her manners to her
husband than to other men She is the
genius of the household But unfor
tunatey most of them are dead Phil
adelphia Times
ABSENCE uA FONDER HEART
It was in the early summer when my love
and list p rted
She the se iside sought and left me in the city
broKen hearted
I to swelter through the summer she on sea
kissed shores to winder
But her llbt WOfCllS giveme < omfort Absence
mikes the hem grow fonder It
How Joved the little letters that from time
totime she sent me
AsIxetS it seemed that they a momentary
Heibreeze lent me
When she wrote of picnics bnthnsj yacht
iupirlps then nude me poide
Well the truth of that old saw Absence
makes the heart grow fonder
Oft she spoke of her admirers how she
jnidelhem dunce attendance
> Mad them trry books nnd baskets and for
sweur their independence
Spoke of one she nicknamed Croatia who on
her his wealth would squander
But she added Dear old goodie Absence
makes the heart grow fonder It
So I worked away quite happy through the
broiling summer weather
Longing for the coming autumn when wed
walk the world together
Though her letters were less frequent still I
very often conned her
Last one where the postscript told me Ab
jsenee makes the heart grow fonder
Fewer still were now her letters and she
wrote I m very busy
I expostulated mildly with my wayward
< witching Lizzie
Once m re came the same old answer any
other neemed hey ud her
Dont you know you stupid Willie Absence
makes the heart grow fonder
One more letter yet she Rent me while she at
the seaside tarried
Laughing at our mild flirtation telling me
that she w ism irried 1
And twas thus her note concluded as I read
my face grows yellow t
Absence muses the heart grow fonder
louder of the other fellow
Century
Origin of Ammonia
Ammonia is obtained in large quanti
tie by the putrefaction of the urine o
anim Encyclopedia Britannica
Every housekeeper can test baking
powder containing this disgusting drug
by placing a can of the Royal or
Andrews Pearl ton down on ahot
+ tove until heated then remove the
cover and smell
Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
does not contain Ammonia AlumLime
Potash Bone
Phosphates It is
pre
pared by a Physician and Chemist with
special regard to cleanliness andhealth
tiilness Prove it by the above test
SAVE YOORahLVEdT couoHb HACKS
HONEY OF HORKHOUKD AND TAn pre r
vent bronchitis and consumption I
PIKES TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in One I
Minute
Young Mon Head This
THE VOLTAIC BELT Co of Marshall
Mich offer to send their celebrated
ELECTRO BELT and other ELEC
TRIC APPLIANCES on trial for thirty days
to men young or old afflicted with
nervous debility loss of vitality and
manhood and all kindred troubles
Also for rheumatism neuralgia paraly
sis and many other diseases Complete
restoration to health vigor and man
hood guaranteed No risk is incurred
as thirty days trial is allowed Write
them at once for illustrated pamphlet
free
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What are the desirable qualities in a
whisker dye It must Ue convenient to
use easy to apply impossible to rub off
elegant in aopearanoe and chean > in
price Buckin um5 Dye for the Whis =
pers uwtea in lktf altthese merits Try
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Jest Your EaMiig Powder ToDay o
Brand adTcrriietl as absolutely pure
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THE TEST
Place a can top down nn a Ivst tt < w ntl
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Price Sakiiig Powder Co
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For Light llrnlthy Breed The Ue t Dry Bop
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Has opened a Tailoring Establish
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224 MAIN STREET
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Depots PRE the Door
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