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J 2 f t 4 J i S TIE SALT LAKE HERAD TUESDAY JAOTAKY 27 1885 J 3
11 j CHICAGO CRANKS
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The Usual Weekly Meeting
J t the Dynamiters
FIERCE ADD AXGRY SPEECHES
i I I NothIng Heard from Stewart1Voe
I Be Unto HlmMurdered by
MexleansSlnbU ar Death
I
ChIcago Dynamiters
1 CHICAGO January 25The usual
weekly meeting of Socialists was held
I this afternoon The meeting was urc
sided over by a colored woman the wife
of A R Parsons a white man Satar
> days explosions in London were the
principal theme of discussion and the
I speakers were unusually fierce and
bloodthirsty in thciradvocacy of the use
t of dynamite The London explosions
U were characterized as a great advertise
ment of the power of dynamttards It
was said that it showed the ability oft
t Kocialiststogointo large crowd in broad
j I daylight and explode their bombs with
perfect vifety One speaker in reply to
I I the objection fiat the use of dynamite
caused iLe death of innocent persons
said that the innocent must suffer for
the good of the great body In the case
i of the London explosions the machine
r J I was set off in the House of Lords first
in order thatthe large number of per
I sons IB the House of Commons mIght
I I have time toescape Another said that
a littte hogs grease and a little nitric
acid formed very powerfcl compound
Ten cents worth would blow a building
in atoms Another remarked that the
body of a dead capitalist would serve
the purpose as well as that of a hog
I d There were 5MO men in Chicago who
i i I j knew how to manufacture dynamite in
I t their own kitchens for the price of a
F good dinner Is was well known that the
whole Of Chicago could be set ablaze
I in a moment with electricity
It was suggested that the board of
Ii i trade and newspaper offices be attacked
I Still another speaker agreed with
1 General Sherman that an army of 1000C
men stood no chancengainst a few men
with dynamite
i Now Howl
BtLTiuoEE January 26On the 23th
iBst the Society ofthe Army and Navy
1 I of the Confederate States here elected
I 1 Jeff Davis an honorary member of that
I body and the following acknowledg
dr ment bus been received
j 1 I GEamasiEN Years of the 14th inst
I fl 1 has been received and I gratefully
l I I i knowledge the honor of the member
shiptionferred ipon me by the Society
j 1 I tl of the Army and Navy of the Confeder
C ate States in the State of Maryland
i i Distinguished early colonization by
1
I Christian charity and brotherhood the
iI i I il E t warof the EeTOlationwhichestablished
i I the BovereigntyJfreedoni and indepen
t i dence of Siaiesthe chivalry Mary
ii I land ehone conspicuous nor less mem
i t H j 11 It I orable is the 2llantry of persons in the
I I I II l war of 1812 True to their lineage the
i i H menof 186L deapite the most embar
1 II I i I rassing surroundings bore a distin
i l II i guished partin defense of those prin
li 1 ciplesfor which their fathers success
r r fully fought Your surviving heroes
Ip have profound gratified me by num
bering me among you and the certifi
II i cate of membership which you have
t i I i conferred upon me shall be left as an
I I heirloom to my children and childrens
i i children that they mar lever forget
what due tlmr fathers Mends The
1 I old soldiers of Maryland line With
ewerincreasing respect for your de
t votion and constitutional liberty I am
U 3 i 1 fraternally yours J EFFKBSOX D AVIS
Pi
i U Fn gland and Italy
it II 1 t1 DOiJJUUary 26 Bispaches from
i ji I Eome state that reports are current
i t I r which say the Italian forces recently i
L dispatched to Assab will assist the
t I I i British forces in the Sondan as soon as
1 landed According toithess reports it
I will make no difference with their inture
j i Ii course whethenthey land at Assab or
f other pomts The commander of the ex
r i tiedition had sealed orders which he was
it E U t ii not to open until nine clays after he left
I Naples Othercdispatches from Rome
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p I 1 j I mainly to the Exchange Telegraph say
unusual activity is now noticeable at the
j I military and naval bureau This fore
l shadows the possible mobilization
of the
j r j C Italian army and the collection of trans
I 1 I l 1 porte The sameauthority says Signor
if I j
1 ATaneari minister of foreIgn affairs de
r clares that Italy and England will
i I here a terco operate the Mediteranean
I j t 1 < 1 i I and Red Seas The ironclad Principe
Amado which was escorting the Assab
i 1 1 I expedition is ashore at Port Said
I I SuIcIde
I 1 1 GALVOTOX January 26 Startling
t i rumors are afloat this morning regard
l ing the sudden death at midnight
f1 i t last night of Clinton G Mills president
I j L J of the Cotton Exchange It is said his
I i death resulted intentionally from
J l I an
l I tl rv overdose of morphine Rumor at
i f t s tributes the suicide to financial embar
f rassment The firm of AVelston Mills
1ft k Vidor large cotton factors is
j
reported hopelessly insolvent It sus
pended payment about noon Deceased
I I was also president of the Island Citv
I j Savings Bauk on the doors of which is
a notice Closed on account of the
death of President Mills On the
32 11 i r floor of the Cotton Exchange it is cur
r Of rently aid the bank is a total wreck
13 I Depoitors in the bank are principally
poor people There is considerable ex
t 1J1 I f citement
t 1 over the flying rumors
t Murdered by Ulexlcaiis
TLVESTO Tex January 25crs
qll l 1 + San Anglas special On Saturday night
I t on the sheep ranch of Fiiz Larger
r t
i fifteen miles north of here two Jfefi
I J I cans entered a tent and stabbed and
i killed Henry Jletzlier and
I 1 f f wounJed Elmora Tremgle Fred seriously Smith j
J f t named and another Manuel man and Dakis The murderers were em i
I j I I ployed herding at a neighboring ranch j I
It i W belonging to Xarger They entered the i
tent while I
the MUCH were sleeping v I
y l Ifla I r posse is pursuing the Mexicans Xo t
f excuse for the attack is known The I i
i
rl I wounded men will die
tDf 4 t I
A Fighters Body I t
I 1 Xnr YORK January 23The remains
of Uwney
Oeoghegan expugikst ar
r rived hero
1 L 1 today The reputed wife of
Geoghegan was not
f permitted to see the
i r11I I boar She says she will make a fight
I j in the court to obtain possession oft
1 J
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< Woe Be Unto Him
WABHISGTOK January 25Rev Dr
Patten president of Howard University
preached a sermon in the Congrega
tional Church of this city today on
woman and skepticism in the course of
which he spoke of the woman suffrage
convention held here recently and ex
pressed the opinion that when women
are given too much liberty they branch
off into skepticism and immorality
He said among other things that the
lives of such women as George Eliot
Madame Roland and Harriet Martineau
exemplified the truth of this assertion
and he referred to Victoria Woodhull
as a representative of the woman
suffrage movement Among his
audience were Miss Susan B Anthony
and Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton and
at the conclusion of the service they
walked to the platform and upbraided <
Dr Patten for his utterances Miss
Anthony said to him if his mother
were living she should take him across
her knee and spank him but Mrs
Stanton interrupted her and said On
the contrary let me congratulate Dr
Patten Ive been trying for years to
make women understand the worst
enemies they have are in the pulpit
Now he has illustrated it beyond ques
tion Without giving Dr Patten time
to reply the women hastily left the
church
Tonight Rev Olympia Brown replied
to Dr Patten from the pulpit of the
tlniverszlist church
Appeal for Washington Territory
WASHINGTON January 25 Governor
Watson Squire of Washington Terri
tory is in the city In his report to the
Secretary of the Interior which is the
first made in five years he urges
strongly the right and necessity of
Washington Territorys admission to the
Union He says this Territory is the
only political division on the continuous
seaboard of the United States which re
mains in a Territorial condition
its foreign commerce requires ampler
conditions of government The presence
of an English colony growing rapidly
and prosperous also affords another
reason for the admission The settle
ment of riparian rights on Paget
Sound would be greatly facilitated un
der the administration of the Ter
mrv1ts affairs The nrAconf nnnillsrinn
according to the latest estimates is 147
000 and the J volume of immigration pro
ll
t uen i r
mises to continue undiminished Dur
ing the year 1246000 acres of public
land wasentered in four landdistricts
of the Territory Governor Squire made
the journey by way of San Francisco
owing tolbe snow blockade by other
routes
I Nothing From Stewart
LOXBON January 26Intense anxiety
is felt for the fate of General Stewart
The war office had received no further
iidin s from him up to noon today
Dispstcnes are expected every hour
Officials make no efforts to conceal
their deepening disappointment as they
still fail to come Alarming rumors
are flying about the city concerning the
fate of the brave fellows who fought at
Abu IDea Wells and then disappeared
in the desert beyond Apprehension
that a serious disaster occurred is gain
ing ground The transport Deccan has
been ordered in readiness to convey a
regiment to Malta and from there to
Egypt if the occasion required A dis
path from Alexandria to the Exchange
Telegraph Company says Genera l
Wolseley has sentreinforcements from
Korti to Stewart and he himself isabom t
to press forward
Fire in the Capitol
WASHKGTON January 2GFire was
discovered this morning in a lot oi
books and records stored under the roof
of the House of Representatives Fire
men cut away the wood and soon extin
guished the fire which was confined to
a space less than twenty feet square
The damage was trifling The fire it is
supposed was started by electric wires
used in lighting the hall
L D < fc A YOUXG will remove their
large stock of Boots and Shoes to the I
commodious store next door south of Z
C M I Drne Store
COMFORT rest peace to coughers after
trying Rocky Mountain Cough Syrup
Bargains t Bargains I
Gentlemen wishing to save money
should buy their Furnishing Goods at
the daily Auction Sale at
BAMBEBQEB d Cos
South of Postoffice
THE BEST brandsof French Gold Paint
s BEARS LIDDLES
Salt Lake City Brewlnjj Company
M CDUESJ H W MORSE
President VicePresident
We are now prepared receive orders
for our CELEBBATED BBDWEISEH LAOEE
BEER Special inducements given to
purchasers of carload lots
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for
the manufacture of beer after the Bud
weiser process we are in a situation to
place before the public en article su I
perior to any hitherto offered in this
market
Orders by telephone promptly at
tended to
JACOB MORITZ Sec d Treas
FOB lame back side or chest use
Shilohs Porous Plaster Price 25c
For sale at A C Smith d Cos Drug
Stoe
151
LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN
830000 Howard
Will be paid by A G Bechtol of the
Opera House Bar on tne return of his
business which was lost or stolen on I
the night of the fire Oct 15 That
I popular resort is again open to the pub
I lic with A G again on deck which is a
sure guarantee to the public that the
II stock therein dispensed is equal to the
best in the city A G BECiiioi
Stop that Cough 1
By using Dr Fraziers Throat and
Lung Balsam the only sure cure for I
Coughs Colds Hoarseness and Sore
Throat and all diseases of the throat
and lungs Do not neglect a cough It
may prove fatal Scores and hundreds I
of grateful people owe their lives to Dr
Fraziers Throat and Lung Balsam and
no family will ever be without it after
once using it and diseovering its mar I
velous power It is put up in large
family bottles and sold for the small I
price of 75 cents per bottle Frazier I
Medicine Co Props Cleveland Ohio
Sold by Z C M L Dng Store I
MISCELLANEOUS
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THE
BERT TONIC
This medicine combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonics quickly and completely
Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Weakness
Impure Blood nlal aria ChUb and Fevers
and Neuralgia
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kidneys and Liver
It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women and all who lead sedentary lives
It does not injure the teeth cause headacheor
produce constipation otfter Iron medicines do
lt enriches and purifies the blood stimulates
the appetite aids the assimilation of food relieves
L = =
lieves Heartburn and Belching and strength
ens the muscles and nerves
For Intermittent Fevers Lassitude Lack ol
Energy < tc0 it has no equal
j The genuine has above trade mark and
crosses red Tines on wrapper Take no other
StJe oalrfcr BROWS CHE3HCU CO BiLTlnOUE EH
The Supreme Bench
ATLANTA Sept 231SS4 From experience
I think S S S a very valuable remedy for
cutaneous diseases and at the same time
an invigorating tonic
JAMES JACKSON Chief Justice of Ga
AX AGED BAPTIST ailXTSTEK
Tuo 1To n Tmnotnt a
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Your agent being in Columbus Ga a few
days ago and meeting the venerable brother
J H Campbell TC asked him for the news
His reply was I have two more important
cnres effected by Swifts Specific to report
This venerable man is known far and wide
for his unremitting labors of love in the bo
half of the poor of Columbus It will be re
membered that the Swift Specific Co has
donated quite an amount f their famous
medicine to be distributed by Mr Camp
bell among the poor of the city hence his
remark He said
I have just seen a lady who has been
greatly annoyed by a Tetter in one of her
Bands It had given her much trouble and
pain She said she had been treated by
several physicians during the past three or
four years with the old remedies tb with
out giving any relief I suggested Swifts
Specific and she took four bottles and is
now apparently perfectly well Her hand Is
smooth end not a single sign I of the disease
left It is marvelous how this medicine
renovates the system
What about the other case
Well that was lady also Sue had been
affected with the eczema for four years
Her face hands and arms as well as her
body was covered over with sores and
scabs It was one of the worst cases of this
terrible disease that have ever seen The
suffering of the poor creature was beyond
ezpeesslon She tried every remedy at com
mand including mercury and iodide of
f but she only grew worse She was
in this condition when I first saw the case
I soon had her taking Swifts Specific and
she has now only taken two bottles but
every mark of the disease has almost en
tirely disappeared Her strength and general
health have greatly improved It is one of
the most remarkable cures that has come
under my observation
Mr Campbell you have had long and
varied and observing experience their in mingling afflictions with and men the
remedies used what Is your opinion as to
the merits of Swifts Specific
In a ministry of sixty years I have
mingled with every class of society and have
observed closely the variety of diseases
which afflict humanity Blood diseases are
the most numerous and the most difficult to
grseS It rfi my deliberate Judgment that
Swifts Specific is the grandest blood
ipuriflerever
purifier ever discovered There Is nothing
comparable to It There is nothing too good
to say about Swifts Specific
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC Co Atlanta Ga ja 10
JOSLII PARK
IMPORTING AND
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Manufacturing Jewelers
DEALERS IN
Watches Diamonds
Jewelry and Silverware
We have the Finest Line of Fancy Goods
and Novelties satiable for Holiday Presents
We are the largest dealers in the West and
buy strictly for cash and are offering SPECIAL
INDUCEMENTS at thisseason of the year We
ask our friends and patrons to call and see
our new stock which is very complete I
Especial Attention Paid to Orders by jJllil
JOSLIN PARK
150 Main Street Salt Lake City
UTAH
GriffithsRestamant e
26W FIRST SOUTH ST
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Prices from 2oc to 5Oc
The Best the
Market Produces
also
O STERS
SERVED ANY
WAY YOU
WISH
D J GBIFFITHS
jl i PROPRIETOR
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MISCELLANEOUS
NEW JEWELRY STORE
Christmas Presents
L HOLLMBEE
WILL OPEN HIS
New Jewelry Store
o
DECEMBER 20 1884
WITH AX
i Entire Hew Stock
OF
Diamonds Gold and Silver Watches
Chains Rings Lace Pins
Marble Bronze Ebony and Walnut Clocks
Solid Silver I and Plated Ware
Please Call and Examine my Stock and
Pike
L HOLLANDER
ESTABLISHED I
1876
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BUGKItE N
LARGE STOCK
Pine Imported Domestic
SUITINGS
OVEKCOATIMS
ANDPANTINGS
PAEELMS
Main Street
Opposite the Walker House PO Box 66 ±
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CITY DRUG STORE
ACSMITHGO
PROPRIETORS
Corner Main and Second South Streets
Old Elephant Corner
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
PURE DBUGS
PATENT MEDICINES
TOILET ARTICLES
And everything found in a
First Class Drug Store
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
At all hours of the Day or Night by
Competent Pharmacists
WHOLESALE ORDERS
Priced as Low as any Drug House In the
Territorv
IvT
W O SA WYER
Express and Transfer Office
Tufts d Systrans Wine Rooms first door
south of Godbe Pitts S Cos Drug
Store Main Street
Freight Shipped and Delivered
Furniture Moving a Specialty
Pianos Moved with Care
Orders by Telephone Promptly Filled
1 Excursion Wagons always in readlnes
PETERSEN VEST
Keep the best and freshest
feats of all Blinds
xr Sausage a Specialty
Meat delivered to all parts of town Tele
phone 110 2G1
24 FIRST SOUTH STREET W
W C MORRIS I
The Painter
Opposite bla City Meat Market We
Temple sweet
MARK S
Livery and Feed Stables
The finest Barouches and Carriages in
town Nos 226228 and 230 Main St n3
i
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
GREAT ANNUAL SALE i
AT COST Y
AT
COHN BROTHERS
THE LADIES OPPORTUNITY TO 3CY
Silks Velvets Plushes Cloaks Shawls Hosiery
Dress Goods Embroideries Trimmings iI j
AT ENORMOUS SEDUCTION
Our stock is still very large and according to oar principles we never r jrr
from i sa gu fo f <
year to year and the redactions made tnrouehou our 1Oire = T
ENORMOUS Space will not permit us to enumerate everything ar 0 i
a few of the leading articles
SILKS AND VELVETS
Everything In this Stock at Cost witholt ever re Colored Velvets a 02 fM >
price 25 and our Cheaper Quality at U5 reduced from
former Uhi Slashes IU 0L7a and t 20
prices t225and 0J The Reduction ilJ Price in our Lne of Black Vevets is l
greater Brocade Velvets and Silks at LESS THAN CUT
Foreign Dress Goods at Cost
Ladies Cloths and Tricots at Cost
Eeavy Cloakings at 50c on the Dollar
CLOAKS AM WRAPS
Everything in this Department will LESS be ail OF COST ma GREAT SACRIFICE REGARD
FLAN 73LS AND BLAloKETS AT COST t
Tremendous Bargains in ear Attractive
WHITE GOODS STOCK
Table Linens Napkins and Towels EVERYTHING AT COST
OUR LARGE ASSORTMENTgOF
MERINO AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AT COST
cHOSIERY
HOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERY and WOOLEN GLOVES
AT COST
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COHN BROTHERS
I DHWOOBEY
Inspection is invited to the following
list of goods Ebony and Mahogany
Parlor Cabinets Easels
Writing Desks a
Great Variety of Elegant and Easy Chairs
Music Stands Brackets of Every Kind
and
Description Toilet Stands Ebony and Wal
nut Tables all kinds 1
Fancy Gilt
and
Ebony Mirrors Centre Tables Chess
Tables very cheap Fire Screens in Ebony
and Mahogany
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2zatm
ToysXew Patent Horizontal Rocking
Horses all sizes Sleds Velocipedes Toy
Cradles and Chairs very cheap Doll Car
riages good variety Iron and Wootl
Wagons Wheelbarrows largo assort
ment Toy Folding Tables new round
and square Baby Jumpers Door Swings
and Fancy Rugs Call in and see me at
37 and 41 W First South Street before
you purchase elsewhere
Henry Biriwoodey
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