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SALT c k f TAKE fiIILy HERALDI I
VOL xin ti SALT LAKE CITY + WEDNESDAY MORNING a SEPTEMBER 20 1882 NO92
Walker ros
To make room for
i I AIJL STOCK
i Will Close Outlarge lines of
I SUMMER GOODS
At lessthan EasternPrices consisting in part of
I SUMIVERSLKS GRENADINES
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LACE and ALL WOOL BUNTINGS
I
i MOHAIRS ZEPHYR CLOTHS
j
1 FANCY DRESS OOOS
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Of all Descriptions
ladies Linen Suits and Dusters Dressing
Sacques Sfuslin Underwear for Ladies and
Children Plain and Fancy Silk Para
sols Bathing Suits Gents Linen
and Mohair Coats
I
Ard all kinds of
SUMMER CLOTHING
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j 8ItPVT IIA V TS 1
For Gents Bovs f Ladies and Misses Wear
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PLEASE CALL 11 BIAMfflE GOODS IB PRICES
110 TROUBUG TO SHOW GOODS
WALKER BROS
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USE
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MAR
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GEORGE A CLARK
SOLE GENT
Vhe BEST and MOST POPULAR
Sewing Thread ofMddem Times
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
A Complete Assortment
pFOR
FOR SALE BY
Z O M I
Branches aud Dealers Swrywhere
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A POSITIVE CURE
Without Medcmes
I AXS SOLUBLE MEDICATE BOUGIES
v Patented October 16 BG One box
l 01 < will cure any cas in four days or less
na2 2 will cure the most obstinate case no
attrof how long standing
tjo nauseous doses of cubebs copabia or oil of
5J awood that are certain to produce dyspe
U ig r destroying lie coatings of the stomach
taicel 50 Sold by a of ru1dst5 or mailed
Onrecei toP of price Fw further partlculirs
fiend J t tor circular P O Isox ir 33
v ALLAN CO 58 Jdia street KBIT Yorf
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FAUST HIMSELF AGAlt
I HAVE OPENED THE
Horse Met of f Salt Late City
Today September 9th 1832 in the
Stables East of Deseret Nation
Bank and will be pleased to
see all my old Friendswith
as manymore new ones I
I propose to make this the headquarters for iI I i
BUYING AND SELLING i
HORSES AND MULES
Have now on hand s fine lot of Geldlnsrs
Hambletonlans Copper Bottoms and Ken
tucky Whip well halter broke Call before
purchasing I will guarantee that they will
travel ten miles an boor H J FAUST
se9
E W DAVIS 9
DEALER I3S
HAY
GRAIN
FLOUR
FEED AND
GHOGSRI33S
SODTff TEMPLE STREET J
Between West and First West strrets
HalfBlocfc west of Valley House north
tide of street
11
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
so
IK8YK 11111 HHilH DISEASES
i IS E C WESTS NERVE AND BRAIN
Dr Treatment a specific for Hysteria Dig
zinesa Convulsions Nervous Headache Hen
tai Depression Loss of Memory Premature
Old Age caused by overexerdoa ovarindnl
enee excesses or overwork of the bran
which leads to Paralysis decay and death
One box mIl cure recent cases Each boa
contains one months treatment One dollar
a box or sis boxes fr five dollars sent by
mill prepaid on receipt of price Wouarn
tee six boxes to cure any case With each
order receired by us for six boxes ccom I
pm fed wfth five dollars ve will send the i
pnrchawr our mitten guarantee toxeturn the
money if the treatment doe sx t effect a cure
jjuarartaes issued only by Z C IT I Drag
Store Salt Tlt riLr
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT
FOR SALE
A House with five rooms hall
buttery and cellar corner lot 10
rods square south and east front
with picket fence and planted with
I choice fruit trees good corral and
outhouses one block north of
Twentyfirst Ward School house on
street car line Apply for particulars
at premises or of S P Neve
Carpet Department Z C M I
Utah and Nevada Bailway
Discontinued
September 20th After this date
the week day bathing train leaving
the city at 430 v m and all Sunday
trains will be discontinued
W W RITER Supt
WANTED
A Girl to do General Housework
Apply to T C Patton third house
east of St Marks School t
NEW NEAT CLEAN AND COM
FORTABLE
The Walker Opera House Restau
rant Coffee and Lunch Rooms
Lunches at all hours of the Day and
Evening BREAKFAST DIN
NER and SUPPER All the Deli
cacies of the Season Board by the
Day or Week
11 < H 0 STEARNS
DUNFORDS FARM
In Sugar House Ward to lease con
taining eighty acres well fenced
twenty acres in lucerne in good
growth sixteen shares of water
rights
JUST ARRIVED
A fine assortment of Wall Paper
and Decorations at
MIDGLEY SONS
1220 Second South street
e
LABORERS WANTED
At Pascoe Sons lime kilns Ap
ply on premises
WANTED
Amiddleaged man competent to
take care of horses and act as coach
man Apply to Wm Jennings
N500 REWARD
A reward of 5500 is hereby of
fered for the recovery of the body
of the late J D Farmer drowned in
Salt Lake at Black Rock while
bathing on Sunday August 6th
Corn BEOS
Salt Lake City Aug 71SS2 f
WANTED
Ten Quarrymen Inquire of
Lewis Oviatt half block east Coop
tannery Nineteenth Ward or
Henry Owen at Jones lime kiln
IW
STREETCARS TO THE D R G
DEPOT
Car leaves Clift House corner at
7 oclock a m to connect with 730
train and runs every half hour
thereafter until 6 p m
in e >
BRICK LAYERS WANTED
Good brick layers wanted also
stone masons enquire at Elias Mor
ris
FOR THE Finest of Teas and
Coffees go to
t I EEDIIAM SPRINGER
Oh maiden with grim teeth avaunt
Though fair you seem to look
upon
Because you dont use SOZODONT
The sweetness of your mouth is
gone
Your breath is heavy and from
this
Your lips no more invite a kiss
PIGS FOR SALS
At PRICE t OLIVES
STimOABD VARNISH i WORKS
D ROSNBEBG SONS
NEw YOItK CHICAGO
SIsnuftcnrers of a high standard of
House Painters rnd Carriage
V ARNISHES
Send for Catalogue For sale by
au2 Z C M I Drug fore
I
ELECTION NOTICE
mHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
THE
1 Utah and Salt Lake Canal Company
will take otice that in pursuance of Art
XI of U articles of Incorporation and
Section of the Bye Laws of said com
pany a n eeting of the Stockholders is
hereby caned to convene ia the County
Courthouse Salt Lake OiLy on Satur
day the 7jh day of October 1882 at 12
oclock m for the purpose of electing
a board of seven Trustees a Secretary I
and a Treasurer for the ensuing two
years and to transact such other busi I
ness as may be brought before said
meeting
Salt Lake City Sept 16 1882
sol7 D BOOKHOLT Secy
LATEST TELEGRAMS
i
EGYPT
And Silll They Surrender
Alexandria IS Abraham Tew
fit Pasha reports that Arabi Pnsha
was in the habit of parading natives
through the streets of Cairo with
torn and bloody clothing and firing
the mob and inciting the populace
with the cry of See how the Eng
lish treat us 0
The Khedive intends on his re
turn to Cairo to celebrate the re
storation of order by a series of
fetes
The regiment which left Aboukir
last night to join Abdullah Pasha
at Damietta was Arabi Pashas
own and numbered 500 men
While at Kafr El Dwar Arabi Pa
sha and his wife lived with his
father mother brother and sister
Arabi at the end drank only what
they prepared as he believed the
English had spies in his camp who
wished to poison him
A troop of Indian cavalry will
leave Cairo today for the purpose
of escorting the Khedive from Alex
andria to Cairo on Thursday The
ministry of the interior will be
transferred to Cairo tomorrow
Abdullah Pasha commander at
Damietta requested that an officer
be sent to inform him of recent
events This is considered as fore
shadowing the surrender of Dami
ettaFrom
From 10 on Monday morning until
late in the afternoon bodies of in
fantry cavalry and artillery contin
ued to pour in from Aboukir and
surrender their arms Many more
are to come The ironclads Mino
taur Sultan Inconstant and Achil
les and the gunboats Falcon and
Condor sailed eastward this morn
ing and are now anchored off
Aboukir forts These will be occu
pied by sailors and marines Alto
gether 23000 from various parts
have made submission at Kftfr El
Dwar The telegraph censorship
has been abolished
Cairo IDA large body of Egyp
tian infantry with four batteries
supposed from Salihijih Calihiyah
appeared at Fakab and surrendered
to a battalion of Highlanders
Abdullah Pasha has surrendered
London IDThe Archbishop of
York has issued an invitation to the
clergy to observe next Sunday a
day of thanksgiving and publishes
a special service for the occasion
Cairo 19 Mahnaoud Pasha Sami
was arrested disguised as a priest
Constantinople 17The Porte
Denies that Alai Sheikh Ot1a11eh
fits teuderel submission
The Asia Disaster >
1
Collingwood Ont 19 The
steamer Northern Belle dispatched
from Parry Sound to the scene of
the disaster to the steamer Asia
returned today bringing the bodies
of Capt Savage McDonald first
mate Jno Little Sault Ste Marie
J McAlpin Gorebay an unknown
man supposed to be a lumberman
An interview with the rescued man
Tinkisst elicits little in addition ot
the reports already published At
the time of the accident the steamer
was about twenty miles from land
A heavy sea struck the vessel
and sent her over on her side The
boats were cut free and as the vessel
went down shoved off The upper
decks floated after the hull sank
One after another the occupants of
the boats were either washed over
board by the heavy sea or died from
exhaustion until only five were left
in the metallic boat which con
tained the two survivors Tinkiss
and Miss Morrison their compan
ions dying one after another They I
reached shore at daylight
D
Wool
Boston 19Yool is firm and the
demand good Sales of Ohio and
Pennsylvania fleeces have been at
13 for X and XX 345 for XX and
above including choice selections of
Michigan fleece at 3940 for X and
firm at these prices Unwashed
fleeces are in demand at 1723 for
low and coarse 2532H for fine
and medium and 3305 for choice
medium selections Combing and
delaine selections are firm 426 for
fine delaine 6650 for fine and ISTo
1 Combingcoarse combing is in
quired for at 3243 as to quality
California wools quiet sales at 250
30 for spring pulled wool is in fair
demand at 42S for choice super 26
< 3 > 40 for common and good The
stock of choice supers is quite re
duced foreign wool is quiet and no
sales of any importance
b Single Instance
Jersey City 19The Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company voluntarily
paid today 30000 in aid of the
municipal government for 1SS2
a
nOllETABY AND STOCKS
New York September 19 1882
Money 58 governments un
changed stccks dull but strong i
W Union 91 Quicksilver 7
Pacific 46K Wells Fargo On 130
N Y Central139 i Erie 423 Panama
167 Denver BG 59x Union Pacific
113 bonds 116 Central Pacific 9DM
bonds 114 i Sutro
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MillS AND Boys Fine Boots and
Shoes At DUNFORDS
I t
S
Brewers Convention
Rock Island Reassembling at
2 p m the committee on nomin
ation reported President A E
Lecht ChIcago vicepresidents
John Feldka udge Bross Frank
Rech recording secretary Peter I
Harmsborough corresponding sec
retary August Timm treasurer L
Ballenberg attorney Harris Ru
bens The report was adopted The
committee on resolutions presented
the following which was adopted
Whereas The danger arising from
prohibition movements is steadily
increasing in this state and
Whereas A thorough organization
of all business men directly inter
ested in th9 liquor traffic is now
more than ever a matter of imper
ative necessity and
Whereas The ensuing election of
members of the legislature will to a
great extent determine the issue of
prohibition against personal liberty
in our state be it
ResOved That we consider the
maintenance of further develop
ment of our present state associa
tion as one of the most effective
means of protecting ourselves in our
rights as business men taxpayers
and citizens and that the board of
trustees spare no efforts at once to
secure the cooperation of all the
various branches of the liquor in
terest in this state and be it fur
ther
Resolved That we will use our
best endeavors to defeat at the
next election any candidate for any
office who cannot be fully relied
upon as being uncompromisingly
opposed to all attempts at sumptu
ary or prohibitory legislation and
be it further
Resolved That we are decidedly
in favor of abolishing all abuses
incident to the liquor traffic by a
proper system licensing and regulat
ing the business in such a manner
as to fully protect our interest and
at the same time elevate the trade
to a higher standard
Resolved That the manly and
outspoken declaration against prc
hibition and the prohibitory amend
ment to our state constitution as
adopted by the last democratic state
convention at Springfield is deserv
ing of the highest praise on the part
of this convention
Adjourned till tomorrow morn
ing
T
The Comet
Washington IDThe new comet
was watched at the naval observa
tory this attemoon it was found
in right ascension ii Jbouss IS
iamutes 32 seconds MeoJinniioii 12
minutes north The comet is I
easily een with the naked eye and
exhibited a short tail with a bright
head of considerable extent In
the telescope the nucleus showed a
large comet with plenty of loose
material extending about it
On both sides were bright arcs of
light presenting the appearance of
a bird with outstretched wings
The comet was seen at Nice
France about noon on Sept 18th
It is almost certain the comet is
now passing perihelion The comet
at C today was nine degrees west
of the sun and will probably have
increased this distance by sunrise
on the 20th to twelve or thirteen
degrees It will therefore
rise somewhat before sundown ow
ing to the fact that it is also further
south than the sun It cannot be
readily seen before sunrise In a
few days however with its present
rate and direction of motion it
should become a brilliant object in
the morning sky On the whole
this may be regarded as one of the
most extraordinary comets pf mod
ern times The only one which
resembles it in its special
features of interest is the
great comet of 1843 which like this
one was visible to the naked eye in
full sunlight Barnards comet was
also observed at the naval observa
tory this morning at 4 Its right
ascension 7 hours 27 minutes and
declination 12 degrees 11 minutes
north It presented the usual ap
pearance of a telescopic comet with
slight central
Patents Ifoifiued
Washington 19 Patents were
issued today to the fallowing Cali
fornia inventors Andrew S Hal
liche San Francisce machine for
making wire rope Lov Chew Fan
San Francisco forming button
holders David Lubin Sacramento
City two patents for cuff button
and battle Don Carlos Mattison
Stockton a harrow Wm McFar
land Ivanpah can opener Daniel
F Mitchell FCndale bed spring
Chas H Parmenter Oakland com
bined door plate and letter box and
bell pull Alden Sanbora Sacra
mento City harness buckle Fran
cis S Waldo Alameda soda water
apparatus
A 3Iodora Fire r Worshipper I
Chicago lOSarah Elstone bull
a fire and deliberately stood over it
until horribly and fatally burned
VE HAVE just opened a fine as
sortment of Ladies Embroidered
Cashmere Chudda Momie Parisian
novelties in Dress Patterns from
our new European importation
call and see them at
F ATJERBACH 8 BRO
f
Miaeellancons
Denver 19 Abram I Hewitt ac
companied by John Pender arrived
tonIght and will visit the mines >
morrow The party are greatly r
pleased with the scenery and the 1
country c
Republicans Redcliff Col A fire il a
last night destroyed fifteen build
ngs including the Merchantsland
Pacific hotels Loss 25000
Deadwood D T 19In a dis
pute over mining property at Galena
thIS evening Pat Gorman knocked
Frank K Davey down with his fist
twice The latter drew his revolver
and shot Gorman dead =
Washington 10An excellently
posted > bank says Secretary Folger
will soon have to give the three r
months notice necessary to take up 1 I
bonds to get rid of the 640000000 or
550000000 surplus that will accrue J
by December 1st f
Youngstown 0 19The strik 1
ing iron workers by a vote of
eightYfour to eight today decided l
to return to work at the old rates
Enfield Mass I9A collision be
tween freight trains on the New I ti
Haven and Northampton road occurred d
curred today by which Conductor t
H Phillips brakeman Curtis and
fireman Eggleston were killed The
conductor who was not killed die I
obeyed orders hence the collision
Key West Fla 19The ship
William 8 Farewell was towed in
port full of water The missing
men as far M can be learned from
articles which are almost obliterated
by the salt water are Robert Roach
mate and two men named Joseph
Brothers and Peter Ledwidge
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Really Jolly Trayeliatt
St Petersburg 19 The Czar
tarts for Moscow tonight most
robablyfor coronation All private
telegraphic services and railway
traffic in the direction of Moscow
will be suspended until his arrival
there and 30000 troops will be sta
tioned along the line as far as Mos
cow Absolute secrecy is main
tained in regard to the actual date of
the coronation
Moscow 10The Czar and Czar
ina arrive on Wednesday and re
ceive deputations from the estates
at Kremlin Palace in the afternoon
Killed
San Francisco19 Deputy United °
States Marshal Standemere was
killed yesterday in a fight with the
fanning brothers The trouble
had been brewing for months
Standemere sought every oppor
tuufty to pro f1J11 quarr 1 S e
Manilla IS Vboler8 Thirtyfour deita frstn I I I
cholera yesterday and 161 in the rfcinHy
BRIEF TELEGRAMS
Vast prairie fires are raging la
the western part of Nebraska wild
great damage and some los of life
The report that Conkling will
take a trip south is denied He is
Utica
The striking iron workers of
Wheeling W V have decided to
hold out for an advance
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There were thirtythree deaths
from Cholera at Manilla on Tues
day and 121 deaths in the vicinity
Chicago indulged in a hurrah on
Tuesday night in honor of the
return of Mayor Harrison from
Europe
Wire pulling is extensively in
dulged among the viral republican
candidates at Saratoga for the J
nominatien for governor of NeW
York f
A NASAL INJECTOR free with c
each bottle of Shilohs Catarrh
Remedy Price 50c Sold by Z X
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