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SALT I1AKE DAILY HERALDI i
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SALT LAKE CITY THURS DAY MOENEfG
VOL XITI a SEPTEMBER 21 1882 NO 93
Walker Bros
Ii To makeroom for
1 I i FALL STOCK
Will Close Outjiarge lines of
SUMMER GOODS
At less than Eastern Prices consisting in pact of
i IJMMERHSILKS GRENADINES
LACE and ALL WOOL BUNTINGS
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MOHAIRS ZEPHYR CLOTHS
fANCY DRESS COODS
Of all Descriptions
Ladies Jjiiien Suits and Dusters Dressing I
t SaefjueSs Muslin Underwear for Ladies and
Children Plain and Fancy Silk Para
sols Bathing Suits Gents Linen
raid Mohair Coats
Aid all kinds of
SUMMER CLOTHING
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Ei4 lv iAIS
For Gents Bovs3 Ladies and Misses Wear c
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PIA8I CA1 AND XA1IE GOODS 11 PRiCES
PilA TROUBLE TO lIOW GOODS
WALKER BROS
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GEORGE A a mm
SOLE AGENT
Vie BEST and MOST POPULAR
Sewing Thread of Modern Times
< WARE OF IMITATIONS
A Complete Assortment
FOR SALE BY
Z O M I
Benches and Dealers j5vertw7ie
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A POSITIVE CUBE
Without Medicines
UNS SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIE
Patented October 161 r one box
o1 win cure any cage in tour days or less I
h > o2 vriir cure the most costume case no
tter otiow long standing
No nauseous doses of cubebs copafola or oil of
andalwood that are certain to prOduce dyspep
ta h IY destro 1np 1lle ooatins ot the stomacl1
oirlCC 7v e 1 50 Al f by 8 nrdruggists 0 mailed
receIpt ol price For mrtner particulars <
tIThI lor circular P o Box Ifi33 I
J C ALLAN co 3 Jeua street cew Toil
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FAUST HIMSELF AGAIN
I HAVE OPENED THE
Horse Met of Salt Late City 1
Today September 9th 1SS2 in the
Stables East of Deseret National
Bank and will be pleased to
see all my old lfriendswlth
as many more new ones
I propose to make this the headquarters
BUnNG AND SELLING
HORSES AND MULES
Have now on hand a fine lot of Geldings
Hambletonlans Copper Bottoms and Sen
tucky Whip well halter broke Call before
purchasing I will guarantee that thov will
travel ten miles on hour H1 FAUST
sef 1
E We DAVIS
4 < ir > i a rf s s
DEALER IN
HAY
GRAIN
FLOU
FEED AND i
GROCERIES
SUUTH IEMPLR t STREEr J i
Between West and First West atrreta
Half Block west of Valley House north
side of street
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
80
IKflYK IND ilii IHSASK5
T B E C WESTS NERVE AND BKACS
JM > Treatment a apeciSo for Hysteria JDis
leas ConTolsions Nerrous Headache 3I aa
tal Depression Loss of Memoy Prdaosrara
Old Ae csBSsd by orerex rtlon oreriadnl
esnce escesaoi or overwork of the brain
which lends to Panuysia > decay and depths
One box will care recent cases Each box
contains oaa months treatment One dollar
a box or air boxes f Jr dra dollars sent by
mall prepaid on receipt of price We Jusran
tee six boxes to cure any case Af Ii each
order received by us for six boxes accom
pin led wfth five dollars we will send the
purchaser our written guarautee toxetura the
money lithe treatment doe I PI effects care
euarartttes issued only by Z C M 1 Drag
Store Bait r > kA dir
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SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT i
NOTICE
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to the late Edward Martin
will please be so kind as to call and
settle Respectfully
ELIZA MAIITIN
GREAT REDUCTION
In Tin Types They can now be
had at half price or four for SOc
formerly 31 at Gem Tent corner
First South and West Temple
streets Will remain two weeks
longer r
FOR SALE
A House with five rooms hall
buttery and cellar corner lot 10
rods quare south and east front
with picket fence and planted with
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 N eye
Carpet Department Z C M I
Utah and Nevada Hallway
Discontinued
September 20th After this date
the week day bathing train leaving
the city at 430 pm and all Sunday
trains will be discontinued
W W HITCH Supt
WANTED
A Girl to do General Housework
Apply to T C Patton third house
east of St Marks School I
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 J
JJUST
JUST ARRIVED
A fine assortment of Wall Paper
and Decorations at
MIDGLEY SONS
1220 Second South street
LABORERS WANTED
At Pascoe Sons lime kilns Ap
ply on premises
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WANTED
A niiddleaged man competent t b
take care of horses and act as coach
man Apply to Ym Jennings Y
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500 REWARD
A reward of 500 is hereby of
fered for the recovery of the body
of the late J D Farmer drowned
Salt Lake at Black Rock while
I bathing on Sunday August Gth
Conx Bros
Salt Lake City Aug 718S2 t
WANTED 1 I
Tell Quarrynien Inquire of
Lewis Oviatt half block east Coop
tannery Nineteenth Ward or
Henry Owen at Jones lime kiln a
STREET CARS 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 G p m
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BRICK LAYERS WANTED
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Good brick layers wanted also
stone masons enquire at Elias Mor
ris
MALT YIXEGAE for pickling at
G F BKCOKS
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Barratt Bros
Furniture Fine Chairs and
Lounges J Parlor Work Reed and
Rattan Chairs Bed Bottoms Mat
tresses and Pillows Shades Cor
nice Lambrequins and Window
Fixtures General Upholstery
BAKRATT BROS
Oh maiden with grim teeth avauut
Though fair you seem to look
upon
Because you dont use SOZODONT
The sweetness of your mouth is
gone
Tour breath is heavy and from
this
Your lips no more invite a k 3
PIGS FOR S3LS
T At PRICE OLIVES
NOTICE
G3JCBKAL MEETING OF THE
A wataroTraers of the T oele City Irri
gation District will be hald in the Heat
ing House of Tooala CHy on the aacoBd
Monday in Octobar 1532 at 1 pm to
vote 03 the action of the mass meetinz
in the nomination of Trustees a Secre
tary and Treasurer also to receive a re
port of the prassnt trustees ia the financial >
affair and to vote on the rats of tax for
the ensuing year and other matters of
importance A fall attendance is ra
queated By order of the Trustees
Tooele City Sept 19tb 1882 1
JOHN McKELLAErPre
s21 ALEX HBRROK Secy
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Jt xa L
LATEST TELEGRAMS
I EGYPT
A Pasha Shot loteresfins
Evonis
Cairo 20 Abdallah Pasha com
mander of Damitta has been shot
by his own eoldiers
Abdallah summoned his black
regiment and said he expected them
to fight till the last lie declared
that Arabi had turned traitor and
fled but Kafr El Dwar was makiug i
a heroic resistance A soldier asked i
why they should risk their lives for
Arabi and Abdallah The latter re
plied they were not fighting for him
but for their religion their country
and their caliph They should be
ready he said to die as he was
The soldier replied < then die and i
shot him through the stomach
The following general order has
been issued to be read at the head
of every British regiment on three
successive parades The general
commanding in chief congratulates
the army upon its brilliant success
crowned by the capture of Arabi
Pasha and the surrender of Cairo
The general commanding in chief
feels proud to place upon record the
fact that the brilliant achievements
of the campaign are to be attributed
to the high courage and noble devo
tion of all ranks Called upon to
show discipline under exceptional
privations to give proof of fortitude
in extreme toil arid show contempt
for danger in battle Officers and
men have responded with zeal ana
alacrity adding another chapter to
the long roll of British victories
The review of British troops on
the arrival of the Khedive will be
an imposing spectacle It is ex
pected that about 100090 men will
be in the line The Swiss jfrinet
prisoner denies that he aided Arabi
Pasha in constructing defenses He
maintains he confined himself to
the ambulance department and says
he wished to serve only under
the Geneva Cross
London 20A telegram is puh
lisIrjSd here stating that in conse
qudhce of some disorders in the
Arab quarter of Cairo General Wol
seley has threatened in the event of
their renewal to open fire from the
citadel
The lime says There can be no
possible question whatever may be
the ultimate solution of the political
problem the Khedive must for a
considerable time lean upon the
force which has destroyed the re
bellion Large numbers of our
troops will no doubt return home
but there must remain sufficient to
I overawe dissatisfaction and further
organized action of a permanent
form for the maintainence of order
I must proceed under English direc
tion
tionArabi Pasha is suffering from
fever and diarrhoea Mahmound
Telimy his military adviser and
chief engineer is in prison with
him The cavalry regiment in up
p3r Eg + pt remains faithful to Ara i
Fort Ghomileh is to be attacked by I
land and sea if the garrison refuses
longer to surrender
Alexandria 20The departure of
the Khedive for Cairo is postponed
till Monday The Bengal Lancers
escort him Ibraham TewfitPasha I
appointed governor of Dauenheor
has been illtreated there The
Sussex regiment occupied the place
Three Copts were murdered the
murderers were arrested
Reports of outrages and disturb
ances continue from the interior i
all Euopean houses and factories in
Tanta are looted also a few houses
in Benha and J3irket and Saba
It was originally intended on the
arrest of Mahmoud Fehiny that
none of the prisoners would be exe
cuted without the consent of Eng
land This decision was afterwards
abandoned It has since beon ar
ranged that British officers of high
rank shall sit at the trials
Constantinople 20The tone of
the Turkish press has completely
changed during the week in favor
of England The Vakik has a vio
lent article condemning Arabi <
Pallia
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YeUnW Fever
llrwnsTille Tex 20The mayor
and aldermen have yielded to the
request of a mass meeting of I
citizens and opened communica
tions to Matamoras Governor
Roberts telegraphed Mayor Carson
that Doctors Murray and Combe
were authorized to take full charge
of quarantineAs neither is a citizen
er duly qualified officer of the state
the mayor awaits further develop
ments before relinquishing sale I
eonfcrol and so informed the gov
ernor The people sustain themayor I
Pensacola Fla 20The situation
is more gloomy fortyone new
cases and sis deaths Two deaths
and several new cases on the vessels
at quarantine
e
IeltiAed
Cincinnati WThe directors of
the exposition have declined the
proposition for the removal of the
Denver mining exposition to this
city
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Cider and Wine Presses
An entire car load shipment of the
Famous Americus Cider Mills re
ceived by S B Clawsou These are
now being sold at Bed Rock Prices
Call and see them
NE1 YOKE REPUBLCA1I
folger ID Nominated Adrerie
Criticism
5auy Kci > cblcau8 of New
York D scat ailed Bud
DStOHtet1
Saratoga 20The second bafiot
was taken amid breathless silence
and while the vote was being
counted there were many changes
of votes Broom County delegates
changed from Robinson to Folger
and Saratoga County announced a
change of eight votes from Storm to
Cornell Montgomery County then
withdrew Storin and changed
its vote to Cornell Lewis
County changed four votes from
Wads worth to Cornell Much con
fusion and excitement at this point
brought all the men on their feet at
the same time and announcing
changes The chairman found it
impossible to restore order and re
fused to recognize delegates till
quiet was restored disorder reigned
and for some minutes it looked as
if the convention was making a
stampede toward Cornell and ex
citement was at fever heat At
length order was restored The
Oneida delegate announced a change
of delegates from TVadsworth to
Cornell Loud calls for another
roll call and confusion was re
newed Delegates charged that the
change of Oneida to Cornell had
been announced without authority
and the roll call of this county re
sulted in nine for Wadsworth two
for Cornell two for Folger Niagara
announced a change of vote from
Wadsworth to Folger Monroe an
nounced a like change and delegates
changed from Wadsworth to Cornell
Delegates shouted Gardner of Mon
roe changed from Wadsworth to
Folger The delegates were now
on the seats in different parts of
the hall shouting at the chair
man but no one was recognized
Order being somewhat restored
General Sharpe who nominated
Folgor announced that Ulster
County desired to cast nine votes
for Folger The changes were
showing unfavorable to Cornel and
a St Lawrence delegate said it I
was evident Judge Folger had the I I
nomination and he moved the
nomination be made by acclama
tion Ruled out of order Sharpe
asked that the announcements about
to be made be made decently and in i
order and that the delegates take
their seats Order was finally re
stored Vote announced as fol
lows Folger tai Cornell 222 Wads
worth IS necessary to choice
2 49 The result was received i j
with tumultuous cheer Warner
Miller United States senator said
the friends of Governor Cornell
have labored incessantly to secure
his renomination and moved that
his nomination of Judge Folger be
made unanimous This was done
COMMENTS
Sew York 20 Tomorrow sSnn
will say of Folger in nomination for
governor in Saratoga yesterday
The republicans put up a candidate
whose name ought to be an ad
monition to democrats at Syracuse
today Folgers political experience
and official career in the legislature
on the bench as chief justice of the
court of appeals and in President
Arthurs cabinet as secretary of the
treasury has set him before the
public as a man of weight and judg
ment He will have full support of
the republican party of the state
He will be strongly sustained by the
administration and all the power and
discipline of the republican machine
will be brought out in his behalf
New York 20Defeated or vic
torious the republican party of New
York has received a blow in the
house of the friends which is purely
a gratituous trilling with its
strength and which will do mere
than anything which has happened
in the last ten years to diminish its
capacity for growth and to leave it
without sympathy or respect of
those who looked to it as an expon
ent of political morality and the
champion of political reform
Tomorrows Times has the fol
lowing on the convention The re
sult will be a disappointment to a
majority of republicans and to a
large number of voters who on
other than party grounds have ap
i preciated the significance of the
fight made against Governor Cor
nell It may also turn cut a disap
pointment to the men who have
mainly been instrumental in bring i
ing it about The alleged repre I
sentatives have deliberately set
aside the strongest candidate
presented to them and have
chosen a nominee who if
not the weakest in the public esti
I mation is at least the representa
tive of the weakest and most un
popular section of the republican
party It is sufficient to note the i
fact that the republican party is 1
represented by a candidate who is I
mot in any sense the choice of the I
majority of the voters and who ifc
elected at all must owe the election
altogether to the instinct of party
rather than to popular choice Jay
Gould has triumphed at Sara
toga let the facts be dis
torted ever so ingeniously and
future governors of this stateliave
been warned that they can not
safely act counter to tjie schemes
of Gould
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PrairIe Fires Poisoned
Omaha 20 Extensive fires Lave
been raging in the western part of
Nebraska for several days in Platte
and
Republican valleys and they
are spreading quite rapidly They
no doubt
originated from sparks
from locomotives almost
train that passes starts a few every fires
The whole country owing to the
luxurient growth of grasd is one
immense tinder box There is
danger of the fire sweeping the 1
en
tire grazing country and doing
damage particularly to cattle Two
men Albert Alexander and Mr
Doe cowboys were caught
in the prairie fire west of North
Platte and were horribly burned
Doe has died and it is doubtful
as
to Alexanders recovery A fierce
fire is progressing in Republican
Valley in the vicinity of Indianola f
on the D and M Railroad Several
small towns have been saved only i
by the greatest exertions
Daniel Wrankin and John Key
ser laborers this afternoon found 1
a bottle in an old house and sup
posing it to contain whisky drank
the contents which proved to be
bed bug poison Wrankin died in
one hour and Keyser is in a danger f r
OUF condition
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aa f
itailroad Racket l
Chicago 20A war on rates both
passenger and freight to the north I
west is thought to be imminent
This moraine a
meeting of pas
senger agents of the Chicago and
North Western Milana St Paul
Chicago < Burlington and Quincy
and Chicago Rock Island and PacY
tic held an agreement for pooling
the passenger traffic between Ch
cago and St Paul and Minneapolis
was represented The Northwest
ern and St Paul roads demanded j
the insertion of a clause forbidding 1
payment of commissions to other w
roads having longer routes Re
fusing to accede the demand the
meeting adjourned without reach
ing any arrangement
In the afternoon the general man
ages and freight agents of the same
I line met to consider a freight pool
Mr Merrjll of the Milwaukee g and
St Paul declined to enter into any f
arrangement in regard to freight z
traffic till the passenger traffic was
settled and the meeting adjourned t
without doing anything Unless an
agreement is at once reached it is
believed a war will break out
throughout Minnesota and Iowa
and as far west as Omaha
Hiceliuacons
ittsbnrg 20Thcexecutive com
mittee of the iron manufacturers <
association and
representatives
es of
the amalgamated
association met
this afternoon upon the presenta
tion of the old scale by the later
which was signed by the nmnufac
turers Fires will he lighted imme S
1iately
Keokuk Iowa O1r jp Itus
sel and George urbane counter
feiters were arrested at Albm and
brought to this city today Coun
terfeit nickels and dies for their
manufacture were captured in their
possession z
Boston 20The ware Louse of
Lafayette street burned The = 1
stores on Magazine street in the
rear were damaged Odd Fellows
Han and the residence of Edward j
Heath were damaged Loss 100
000 Insured
Springfield Mass 20E u <
Shaws woolen mill at Wales
burned Loss
50000
insurance s
bl000
18
ftSJJiDttou Wisps
Washington 20Tije JTresidenfc
appointed Horace B Fry and James
C Reed of New York and Henry
Blackstone of
Pennsylvania a com
mission to examine the twentyfive
miles ° Uh1 Northern Pacific rail 1
road in Montana F
The Melville reception eommiU Fi i
has a telegram stating that
a M fe Melyi
will arrive tomorrow
The President has a aPIJoinieda l
of exCollector Smith of Albany
major and paymaster in the Unite
States army
More sear Routed
Philadelphia 20Tbe t jai ojf
Thomas A McDevitt Benjamto
Wiley Christian Price and H I
Ensign charged with conspiring To t
defraud government in star route
contracts was begun in tho U ill ftfd
Stales district court this morning 1
That Comet
Washington 29 Professor toss
of tjie Dudley observatory Alboj
believes the comet near the son is
the return of the great comet dig
covered b y De Goulo in South
America on the 5tJh of February 1
10 1
jib D Rites d t
Grain Dealers have removed seven
doors west of Kimball LTiwreneci
oj
A NASAL INJECTOR free with
etch bottle of Shilohs Catarrh
Menaqdy Price 50e Sold by Z C 1
ti I Drue Store 10
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