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p THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY OYEMBER 16 1884
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TiI e Farm judeiV tffcteu
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i j 4Y lli r r 4j t DESCCTSSED t
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j Wlnf r Care of Sheci Strawberries
jlindnas t Birth Cleanliness
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OJ a Necessity iKtc Etc
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1 lib is reported from Paris that xperi
ments inufein the lifpit show tlm
i sulphide of tvbon is the best silent to
zcure the normal action of the bowel
in cties of holeni It I his re to red tu
CIUcou < nes in thirty second < hyter
Seal patienr > who pievioui to it > < idniin
Istpitton were i i > e isible to even tin
jprickijg of needles
1 Mr fJ A iree i in the FrnStGrpwrt
S1yi Ve hall never mulrh bearing
4bei of strawberrie with s iw again
t skongh a good winter pro ectlon it can
mut oe iiaue tree troin gnuu utl weeu
t aeth and to thus re seed sod niadt
I dean by lUf culture is vexatious
AIde from tin the mulch is i made tin
J breeding place of in3e t We founu
L thousand of small worms hatched
l nder the straw before the frost was
4 flr1I out of the niL
J A horse troubled with worms will be
I < come very thin no matter how well fed
I will have a desire to rub his tail on
4 vervthing possible and ding a little a
I a time To get rid of them and im
f t prove the condition of the anim pre
1 f jpare by giving a drachm dose of tartar
1 ttuetic morning and night in bran
if srah giving neither hay nor oats for
three days At the end ot that time
administer one quart of raw lineed oil
f 1 and two ounces of spirits of turpentine
sauced Give the dose on an empty
1 stomach and exercise that day and the
following morning After this purga
3zon will ensue then feed as usual
TIEZ
Exchanger Why should there be
L 4ouglrt any more indelicacy in using
1 the name of a male than in speaking of
4 female animal What possible objec
t lion is there to the words stallion bull
1 ram boar We say man woman boy
girl without a thought of need of any
evasion of th question of sex Yet
r saany especially in the presence of
I ladies seem to think it indelicate to call
cur domestic animals by their correct
names To which we add that it is
caainently proper to call everything by
Sis proper name Those who consider
it otherwise hould remember the
1 scriptural adage that To the pure ail
things are pure
l 44The winter care ot the HOCK says
the Pittsburg Slocl m7tis where many
sewsheepmen make mistakes It is no
trouble to keep sheep through the sum
I mer but often inexperienced flock
snasters lose half their flock in a single
winter The reason of this is either i
of carelessness or ignorance of the nature
c and requirements of sheep The most
successful winter care of sheep can not
t 3 me undertaken without suit ble stabling
Uliis id the fi rst great requisite There
5s no use trying to keep a sheep thriving
juul at the same time have its wool
f saturated with water with the tempera
i tare down below zero Then after seej
i 5ng that you have sufficient shelter for
I your sheep the next most important
4mn ° is to see that there is an abundant
supply of hay or other forage The
3iay and fodder must be early cut and
pnt up in the very best condition With
r the e preliminary preparations a flock
1 of sheep can be wintered safely cheap
1 IYJlud profitably With good hay and
i proper shelter sheep require but little
II gram These facts alone should deter
i I mine every shepherd to provide proper
i stabling for them as an economic
i measure
r l The following very important facts
for poultry keepers are from the Prairie
STarmr Absolute cleanliness is essential
t lo health Buy eggs only from reliable
f sources if you want to be certain of
3eliuble fowls Do not try to keep too
Ii any breeds If artificial stimulants
S It tfotd to the production of eggs so do
rt ikey to that of debility as well If grain i
t JB fed upon a floor covered a few inches j
deep with sraw the exercise the fowls 1
3et in scratching for it is good for
1 hem Eggeating hens are best broken I
9 f the habit by cutting off their heads i
i I Si they are very valuable it is worth
t feying to cure them by putting cayenne I
t r epper into an egg pasting up the hole
4 and letting the hen eat it Give fowls
sleitv of sunshine in winter Thev
Ii < can not do well if kept shut up in a dark
or dimly lighted house Success in
poultry keeping as in every other busi
L saess requires s thorough knowledge of
details
1 Inasmuch as blindness has frequently
resulted in babesi from inflammation of
the eyes following childbirth the fol
lowins directions are given to prevent I
that disaster First immediately after
The birth of the baby wipe the eyelids
and all parts surrounding the eyes with
a soft dry linen rag and soon after
wash thbse parts with tepid water be
r fore any other part is touched If any
Sscharge appears separate the eyelids
with the finger and thumb and wash
1 tOUt the matter by allowing a gentle
Stream of lukewarm water to run be
i I wean tliem from a piece of rag held
i one two or three inches above the eves
I Bepeat the cleaning process every half
Lour1 for the saving of the sight de
i s on the greatest care and attention
If l cleanliness It is the discharge
which does the mischief Rags are
1 better than sponges and should be
destroyed at once Foots Health
ntJt1
Animals which will jump over fences
are not only a nuisance on their own
account but they will often in jump
I Ing themselves break the fence or gate
that the rest of the herd will follow
Hienx If a preventive for this jump
I Gig IS not known the animals have to
be kept in a stable or in a small lot by
iiiemseives with an extra high fence
4simple method of
keeping either a
5iorse or cow in any kina of enclosure
siioiput a common halter on them Re
muve the tiestraD to it andput on in
its place apiece of halfinch rope eleven
1 i long Three feet or thereabouts I
f Spending some on the size of the animal
t from the end attached to the halter tie
in firmly a ring bring the rope between
ific forelegs and up around the body
< aat behind the forelegs This will
bring the ring that was tied into the
ope under the chest and between the
lorelegs
p The animal can not now raise its head
zi iilgh ehough to jump and will be found
twbere itis put regardless of its jumping
proclivities After a little practice in
c pitting this rigging on the medium will
riS struck in not making it too tight so
a t aa to fret the animal nor yet so loose
I J4i1a iP it cart gc over the fencer trdtr t
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Ail English far ler says For two
winters I have placed six hordes
upon
the following weekly allowances r Forty
two IHIUds oats twentyeight pounds
maize twellty one pounds bean t
one pounds hay cut into chaff fourteen
puunds oat straw cut into huff seventy
pound oi long hay Total 19 J pounds of
fond per week per hor > e Upon this
food he horse have done admirably
while in cotntint work
ColelIla Rind lJ < > rM General
u elure > are sparoest roinmotiitj
in the market Bv general urpoes we
mean all or nearlv all purposes Of
ioure it would be impossible to find a
hre sutiule for heu vy slow work
I ind at the same time a suwe tul r4ie
horse either nt runniM or rotting b t
th ge iral purpo e hor < e to be desired
in 1 the o ie that IT po ible to produce
i one tint r heavy enough Rind and
out enogn for general farm work
with style beuiry action and speed
enough for saddlean 1 1 light harness
Asjfo3tida will he found ii
i me Hjme for the folio > vmg ue a H
te i efs ivorh of purified As afoetida
ut it in a pint bottle then aid two oz
of whUkv Jet it stau1 shaking ir Inee
or four time a day until it is dissolved
tl en fill the bottle with molaades and
shake well
D I > e ft r infants from onefourth to
oneh ilt teamanful Adults table
apoonf II lAss l
As IB ida is i the best medicine known
for coli in infants Given once or twice
a day it makes the milk digest prevents
coli and make them hen thy
IHrmers often Joe a hue horse with
lie because they have not tl e remedy
at hand to cure it Assafoetida is the
ery best remedy known and will al
ways relieve it in from ten to twentv
minutes Every farmer should keep
< oine on hand for this purpose You
can give the syrup onefourth of a pint
at a dose or give a pill the size of a
small marble which the horse will chew
and swallow Assafoetida dissolved in
whisky and sprinkled in hens nefts and
about the chicken house will destroy
insects and prevent diseases in chickens
and rubbed on the posts and walls of
stable will nrevent diseases in horses
A writer in tne London Garden
says
I have seen some of the most moss
grown miserable specimens of starved
orchard trees restored to fruitful condi
tion by making the grqund beneath
them the winter quarters of sheep and
pigs feeding them the same time aSlf
thev were in the farmyard with roots
and corn The finest old specimens of
apple and pear trees are generally those
in an orchara next to the homestead
that is used as a run for calves sheep
pigs and poultry the whole year round
In these orchards the turf is short and
being full of nutriment the tree keep
healthy and prolific for an indefinite
period Ashes garden refue or any
kind of road scrapings or even scaven
gers rubbish may be utilized for in
creamg our supply or orchard fruits
i hey should be spread roughly on the
surface in the win er and in spring bar
rowed and rolled down firmly The
result will soon be a marked improve
ment in the size and quality of the crop
Difference of opinion prevails as to I
pruning or npruning trees some
adopting one system and some another
but be that as it may I never knew
fruit trees continue toW yield good crops
for any length of time unless the roots
were supplied with manure in some
form or other
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Thousands Say So
Mr T W Atkins Girard Kansas
writes I never hesitate to recommend
your Electric Bitters to my customers
they give entire satisfaction and are
rapid sellers Electric Bitters are the
purest and best medicine known and
will positively cure kidney and liver
complaints purify the blood and regu
late the bowels No family can afford
to be without them They will save
hundreds of dollars in doctors bills
every year Sold at 58c a bottle by Z
0 M 1 Drug Store
TillS is to certifv that I have exam
ined analyzed and tested Dr Prices
Special Flavoring Extracts of Vanilla
Orange Lemon Celery etc and find
the same strong fine made of good
material and therefore gladly commend
them for family use
PROFESSOR M DEIAFONTAINE
i Analytical Chemist
a Chicago
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Files Piles Piles
Sure cure for blind bleeding and itch
ing piles Ope box has cured the worst
iases of thirty years standing No one
Ieed suffer five minutes after using
iVilliams Indian Pile Ointment It I
ibsorbs tumors allays itching acts as I
ipoultice gives instant relief Pre
pared only for piles itching of the pri
vate parts nothing else Hon J if
3offenbury of Cleveland says I have
used scores of pile cures and it affords
me pleasure to say that I have never
found anything which gives such imme
diate and permanent relief as Dr Will
liams Indian Pile Ointment Sold by
druggists and mailed on receipt of
price 1
FBAZIEK MEDICINE Co Props CleYe
and Ohio
For sale at Z CM I Drug Store
BROOK Trout at Price Clives
Another Reduction
H Dinwoodey is determined not to be
undersold either in price or quality of
goods Cairarid examine my IjfocK at
37 W First South street
Furniture
Barratt Bros the Main Street Furm
ture House illsell at the Second
South street branch his week I
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HAnD OIL Finish at
C 0 SEABS LEDDLES
THE BEST Ready Mixed Paints at
0
SEARS LIODLEE
HACKMETACK tasting ana fra
grant perfume Price 25c and 50c FOJ
sale at A C Smith Cos Dreg Store
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Consumers Pleasant Valley Coal
Notice
Having been advised of some mis
representations we desire to say that
Mr A L Williams is not in our em
ploy nor in the employ of the Pleasant
Valley Coal Company since September
30th and that the Coal he is now sell
ingis not the old Pleasant Valley Coal
The coal mine is owned and worked by
the Utah Central Railroad Company It
is in the Pleasant Valley District The
report in the Chronicle of the 5th inst
to contrary notwithstanding
0 HEaiHcmm JOHNSOIS Co
Cnom qrfey at S 110 per hundred
at
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sNEW TODAY
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Protection
No such protective agaiust chills and feve
nd other due Ises of a tnilirlal type exist i
itS H > stetter s Stom > ch Bitters It relievex
cmstipition liver disorders rheum itism
kidney ana bladder ailments with cert iiiit
uid promptitude A change as gritifyinp
is it is complete soon tikes pjnce In the ip
pe irmce as well as the seusition of the
vm and haggard invalid who uses this
stand rd promoter of health and strength
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
generally
DELMONICODEMIJOHN
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Restaurant Saloon
DIWOODEY MoTEBMAT I
Proprietors
176 S lJAIN STREET
OLD STAND OF J T CLASBEY
The RESTAURANT will be open at ALL
HOURS of the d y and Bight It will be un
drr the personal supervision of Mr Din
woodey which is a guarantee that it will be
First class in every particular
A Choice Lunch from 12 to 2 25c
The S UOON will be presided over by Mr
Sic iermy I whose experience in that line
will enable him to make it
SEOOND TO NONE IN THE WEST
Mrs M G LAPHAM
CLOAKS AND SUITS
No 42 WVPirst South Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Established 1876
Sole Agent for McCalls Bizar Patterns I
Catalogue and Queen free on application
The BLZtr Dressm jker with over 700 illus
tratioiib 20c by tu til
DR WARNERS CORALINE CORSETS
Hoops Bustles S ittcen and Felt Skirts etc
Orders by Mail Specially Attended to
ADDRESS
MRS M G LAPHAM
Salt Lake Utah
NOTICE CREDITORS
Estate of Aurillia Hood deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
IN
undersigned administrator of the
estate of Aurillia Hood deeeased to the
creditors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased to exhibit them
with the necessary Touchers within ten
monthsafter the first publication of this
notice to the said administrator at the office I
of Hall Marshall attorneys Salt Lake
City Utah the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate
ALEX TOPONCE
Administrator of the estate of Aurillia
Hood deceased
Dated at Salt Lake City October 31st 1884
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NOTICE TO OEEDITOES
Estate of John T Miller Deceased
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
L undersigned administrator of the es
tate of John T Millerdeceased lathe ore
ditors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased to exhibit them I
with the necessary vouchers within four i
months after the first publication of this
notice to the administrator at the office
of Hall lc Marshall attorneys 8alt Lake
City Utah the same being the palace for the
transaction of the business of said estate
DEl I8 KIELY
Administrator of the estate of John T
Miller deceased
Dated at Salt Lake City utah November
llth 1884 n U
vT O sAvYER I
Express and Transfer Office
Tufts St Nystroms Wine Room first door
south of Gfodbe Pitta Cog Xtevg
Store Main Street
Freight Shipped tad Delivered
Furnfcure Moving a Specialty
Pianos Moved with Cue
Orders by Telephone Prompttf Filled
apoE at 1f readinea
HENRY WAGNEE
Salt Lake City
CaEfornia f Brewery
4o
Lager Beer Ale and Sorter
W1 oLi Un RftJ
SeeondlSonth Street Three doors eut from
MalnStreoi ff
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PETERSEN WEST
X pJhe beet and freshest
Meats ofall IirS
8ataa a Specialty I
Heat delivered toall > flrts of town Tele
phone Ko 261 J
I J2i nK FIOtlU 811U5E1 W J
h BANKSETC
McCORNICK CO f
3 ANKERS
SJUEJ LAD CITY UTAH AND
HAHIY IDAHO
r nsaot a General Banking Business
reful attention given to the sale of Ores
and Bullion Ue solicit Consign
ment guaranteeing the
Qighest Market
Prices
oitectlon made with prompt returns at
favorable mtei
zeeute Orders for Purcnnne or Salt ol
stocks and Bonds u New York
an San FraucihCO
e Sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer
a Leading cities of the United States
also Furnish Sight Drafu or Remit
Fund to London Dublin Berlin
Copenhagen Paris Stockholm
and all other Prominent
Points in Europe at
Lowest Rates of
Exchange
artiflcates of Deposit Issued Payable on De
mand
OTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLIOITED
CORRESPONDENTS
fEW YOKK Importers and Traders Na
tional BankKountze Brothers
ICAGO Commercial National Bank
UN FRANCISCoFirst National Bank
JMAHA Omaha National Bank
4 T LOOTS States Savings Association
U S DEPOSITARY
DeseretNationa Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
1aid In Capital 200000
larpIu 200000
i B Eldredge President
Yin Jennings VicePresi
l ramorz Little
rohn Sharp Directors
lit m WRIter
8 Hills Cashier
fi T Little Asat Cashier
UCJIVEI DEPOSITS PAYABLB ON DBMAND
says and Sells Exchange on New York sin
Francisco Chicago St Louis Omaha Lon
don and principal continental cities J >
lakes Collections Remitting Proceeds
Promptly
bUN TAYLOR B H SCHKTTLKR
President Assistant Cashier
liONS SAVINGS BANK
AND
TIUST COMPANY
No 63 EAST TEMPLE ST
> oes a General Banking Business
Pays 5 per cent interest on Savings
Deposits
vTOIVEY TO LOALV
On Approved Securities at Low Rates of
Interest
0 L ELIASOS
162 MAIN STREET
Owing to the Large and Elegant Stock of
Optical Goods
and Clocks
Just Received
We will give
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TO OUR CUSTOMERS
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Ho ard BIg u Waltbam Springfield and
uutennial
ArJCIIES
SOL a J i BB CASES
All oar Good are Warranted FirstClaw in
arenrr eapect Caii arid see foryourwlves
and be counnced
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WEBER COAL
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Home Coal Company
DSAUIB8 Iff
from the Wasatok and Cria
th1lMOO11TilUt
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LEAVE ORDERS WITH
REN1Y JINWOODEYj1
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MILLINERY DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
WALKER BROTHERS
CLOAKS CLOAKS I COX z
TUE HAVE JUST OPENED THE
LARGEST
WE STOCK
Y CHILDREN 8 OF LADIES AKD
Cloaks Dolmans Havelooks and Jerseys
That we ever brought to Utah at one time and are offering such
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that we do not hetitite to any unprecedented Bargai1
fWiI JAN PLEASE EVEI B D
OUR READYMADE CLOTHING DEPARTMT
1 > 1 full to overflowing s e lime a Complete Aswirtineiit of
MENS BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS
In ages from 3 venr And selected
years upward
with
great cw to suit the
of our needs of all classes
customers
rs We
guarantee satisfaction
and
a good fit
We have received for our
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT <
A full assortment of the beet known makes in Mens
Shoes We are hing special attention to thIs branch of Ladies and Childrens BoobQUIt
to please by giving the best possible goods for the least money our business and spare no effor
NEW GOODS
ARRIVING
DAILY
WALKER BROTHERS
SIMON BROTHERS i
The Leading Millinery House in Utah
We are Daily receiving
I4iIA andWINPER OOJS f
Consisting I
Blac and Colored 3MCilans Plus
Velvet and
Felt Hats In the latest shapes
FLOWERS OSTRICH AND FANCY FEATHERS
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In the Latest Designs
Plushes Silks Velvets Velveteens Satins in the latest shades
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OUR STOCK OF
Ladies and Childrens Underwear Hosiery and Fancy Goods
With its latest Novelties is now complete
r Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our stock before
elsewhere Orders will fiudtmr prompt attention purchasing
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Our Goods are all 7IRSTCLA88 and we guarantee them to give satisfaction
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