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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, September 16, 1884, Image 1

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YOLXY SALT LAKE CITY i uTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16rJ884 JL L 1ST0 87 < It I I I
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TELEGRAPHIC S S
More About the France and
China Fracas
yiBTEBE Oil Ii ER ifiAVAGES
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Balth of Telegrams from nil Sec Ii
Containing Various Items
tioWi
of News
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Theres Millions In It
PrJHGfIELD Mss September 15
Carlos Raimond a Spaniard nearly 10
I rears of age employed in the Evans
S wmitp of this city is in New York con
sulting with the Spanish Consul regard
ing an inheritance of several millions
by the unexpected death of an uncle in
I Spain Three titles go with tlie fortune
Jll health forced him to come to friends
and he was given light work in the
Evans House about a month ago He
came to this country nearly twenty
handsome fortune
year ago with a
which he invested in real estate in
I Chicago The great fire there swept
sway hi possessions and since that he
Ua < been a teacher
The N r
SEW YORK September 15Henry
Villard has published in pamphlet form 1
a long statement to the Northern Papific
itocknoders reviewing his labors in be i
half 01 the company and in justification i
of his career He shows how theen
nneers enormously underestimated the
cost of construction and that by re
fusal of the President to act upon an
application of the company for the ap
pointment of a commissioner to inspect
the additional mileage in 18S2 caused
their banks to refuse to advance any
more money and their refusal shut nil
the other doors against them
S
Chinese Chin
IoxDON September 15 Advices from
China state that the Chinese have no
intention of blocking the Woo Sung
river on which Shanghai is situated
unless the French make an attack
Hundreds of stoneladen boats are iir
position to be sunk on the approach of
ii
eenito
the French fleet It is believed that the
neutral powers will seriously object to
dosing this river unless a declaration
of war shall have t been previously made
M Patenotre French minister to China
is at Shanghai intriguing with the
peace party among the Chinese His
nope is to bring about a revolution at
the palace and the consequent over
throw of the war party
The Mesalliance
NEW YORK September 15 A dispatch
received at police headquarters from the
Yonkers police states that Victoria
Morosini who eloped with Ernest J
Schilling her father a coachman volun I
tarily returned to the parental mansion
at Yonkers > with husband this morning
S I
ing
lilnines Bulletin
B < K HtEBOR Me September 15
Blame left this morning for Augusta
lIe will leave Augusta on Wednesday11
for Boston and go thence to Worcester
to attend the State fair on Thursday
From there he goes to New York and I
west H I i
I I
I i soThcL f 1
Sd There
t f Si
PAUifl September Le Pariif pntK
lubes an inspired article today in
which the idea that the French should
accept arbitration in her difficulty with
China is indignantly rejected France
it says is determined tyj settle her diC
ferences with China herself <
J
Promoted
Vtsutaoro September 15Senhor
1 G DoAmarol Valentes Brazilian
Minister has just been made Comman
der Imperial of the Order of the Rose
for distinguished services rendered the
Empire as its diplomatic representative
to Washington S
Desecration I
AUGC = T Ga September 15The
cemetery Couyers was > laid wosteTon
Saturday night and several monuments
were dcspolled on Sunday night The
Method 5t church was burned it is sup
posed by the party who desecrated the
graves
S i
Disastrous Explosion
CounsiBua Ga September 15The
boiler of a cotton compress at Eufaula
Ala cxplodetl this evening The build
ings and Edo bales
of cotton were con
sumed and twentyfive to thirty per
sons were killed l
t q
Suicide
STATESVTILE N C September 15
I George Latham editor of the Statesvillo
il American suicided on Saturday morn
ing Latham joined the Republicans
two rears ° and
by his family ago was then rePudiated
A Holey Chluamnn
CHICAGO September HSang Foo
Was found dead in his laundry this
I oming WitlitWonllet holes through
his
body OOJelongtngtbiinunis
Sing JIIS partner DecoaSed recently quarreled with
I 5
ARE YOU MADE MISERABLE
by Indigeatjo n Constipation Dizziness
iis of
Vltal1zer Aypetitel Yellow Skin Shilohs
A C 13 a POslti cure For sale at
SmiThl
CosI1rogSt rc 10
S S 5 Cholera
TOULON September j5ThrC have
been fifteen deaths by cholera in this
city during the past two days In the
department of Iierault there have been
fifty cases and thirty deaths
ROME September 15 Bulletin show
ing the ravages of cholera in Italy the
past twentyfour hours r
City of Naples 643 fresh cases 231
deaths Province of Naples 30 fresh
cases 10 deaths Caserta > > 14 fresh
cases death CunO 21 fresh cases
13 deaths Genoa 25 fresh cases 12
deathstIn ten other provinc names 1
not given there have n been 17 fresh I
cases 10 deaths
MADRID SeptemberloVSince the last
reports there liave been six fresh cases of
choleraand four deaths at Elcbe and
four fresh cases and three deaths at
Novelda In the city of Lerida a fatal
case Of sporadic cholera has occurred
One suspected case5 fa reported in the
suburbs of Barcelona and several sus
picious cases in the province of Tarra
gona six of which have pro ed fatal
I
Bloodryork
PANAMA September iThe Inost
important new from Peru is the com
plete defeat of General Caccres the
principal revolutionary leader which
occurred at Lima on the 27th ult On
the morning of that date Caceres en
tered the capital of Peru at the head of
a savage mob of mountaineros who
rushed through the streets yelling and
firing off guns On the preceding even
ing the government troops had been
concentrated in their barracks and the
entry of Caceres almost amounted to a
surprise His party obtained possession
of the barradks of EspirituSanto and of
the churches of Merced and St Augus
tine They also attacked the Guada
loupe station of the English railroad
company There were some 150 killed
in Mercaderes and Rodegot streets near
St Augustine church and in the palace
squares where the firing was the hot
test All the telegraph wires were cut
four miles from town Ho trains jan
In St Augustine church the fighting
proceeded with closed doors
The British Grata Trade
LONDON September 15The Marked
Lane Express in its weekly review of I
the corn trade says Good progress has
been made in the later harvest the past
week The dry weather isfavorable for
threshing Deliveries of wheat by farm
ers are on the increase The price of
wheat declined one shillingper quarter
during the week and flour fell 6d The
sales of English wheat for the week
amounted to 80053 quarters at 34 shill
ings against C7GG5 quarters at 41 shill
ings Sd the corresponding week of last
year The foreign wheat market de
pressed Prices still further < tlcclined in
the offcoast trade Thirteen cargoes
have arriveS six were sold seven with
drawn and six remain
The trade for wheat is growing worse
31s per quarter was accepted for No2
red winter wheat
Flat maize in London islscarce steady
There is no mixed American on the
spot round maize is 6d lower
The prices of barley and oats arc in
favor buyers S
Japan will be Neutral
SN FIUNCISCO September 15The
Associated Press Yokohama advices say
The Japanese government has pro
claimed neutrality in the FrancoChin
ese war It LJ expecleU the revision of
the treaty between Japan and the for
eign powers will be concluded in Oc
tober New and important privileges
willllie grantedforeigners
I
Mnrdcrand Suicide
I Sx PIUJJCISCO September 15A
manijind womanboth Unknown and
each with abnllet hole in thehead were I
found deadtoddy near San Bfuno In
the mans pocket was a card bearing the
name of J L Reynolds Over it in
pencil were the words My mothers
address is Mrs B It Gould 170 State
strcctBr5spklynY S I
S i I S
S Over and At Her
LOXDOI September 15 Allong Kong
dispatch says the Chinese officials ex
plain that they first fired over the Brit
ish gun boat Zephyr nnd fired directly at
her afterwards because she refused to
stop at the first shot
I JI tCrojsl I i i i 1 I
LONDON September 15 = Advices fr m
In ia report crop prospects improving
There h sib en a favorable rainfall in
Bengal but the drouth still continues in
Maura0 In Mysore there are serious
floods
S
r After the Itcvoltem
COKSTANTINOPLU September 15The
authorijicg about to bend 1000 reinforcements
I
forcements to Albania to quell dis
turbances along the frontier
Thousands I Say So I
Mr T W Atkins Girard Kansas
writes I never hesitate to recommend
your Electric Bitters to my customers
they give entire satisfaction and are
rapidjseller IectricBitlers arc the
purest andibest medicine Jrnowrifa
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 Tear Soldat 5Sc a bottle by Z
I C M t Drug Store C
A Walking Skeleton
I
Mr E W Springer of Mechanics
burg writes I was afflicted with lung
fever and abscesses on lungs and re
duced to a walking skeleton Got a free
trial bottle tit Dr Kings New Discovery
for Consumption which did me go
much good that 1 knight a dollar
bottle After using three bottles I
found myself once more a man com i
pletely restored health with a hearty
appetite and a gain in flesh of forty
eignt pounds
Call at Z C M I Drug Store arid get
a free trial bottle of this certain cure for
raU lung diseases Large size 1 i 1
ELDESt NICHOLSON
He Discourses on the Tennessee
Massacre S
St 1
r And tho Causes Which Led to it
SALT LKE September 15Elder
Nicholson promineiit rcM r f tp
fs f I S rrsitr
Mormo1icl i1 nd e C4tgr f
the News of this city delivered an
address to a largo audience last
night on the Temi See mas
assacre of Mormon elders and the
causes which led thereto He proved
that a ppliticoreligio conspiracy ex
isted in Utah to crush the Mormon re
ligion and abolish popular government
because the Mormons Vere in the
majority He pr6ved that the conspira f
tors flooded the country with antiMor
monfalsehoodsthat therewas a collusion
between the clergy and political schem
ers that Governor Murray by schem
ing attempted to overthro the popular
rule in 18SO that ConefCsS attempted in
1882 to delegate him to fill nearlyevery
elective office by his own appointment
thee appointcswere rabid antKMbrmons
the scheme was plunder itnjj polialion
Members of Congress Were misinformed
thus causing adverse special mel 5 res
t be passed or introduced He
thoroughly erpsed the libels of the i
Salt Lake Tribune circulated in Tenne
nessee and elsewhere just before the
tragedy indirectly causing it showed
upthat Murrays dispatch to Governor
Bate was intended to increase the feeling
which caused the murders accusing the
I
elders of being representatives of organ
ized crimCj proving by data that the
rabid antiMormon conspirators here
themselves are strong representatives of
what they accused tthe eldors r
Maud
HARTFORD September 15B ir is
training Maud S at Charter Oak Park
for an effort beat her 2jODJi record
Today lie drove her easy a mile in
213K without urging
1
PERSONAL
f
1ttt JKKNIKOS goes south to the
ranch today
II H CLUFP of Provo i a guest at
the Yalley House s
G BILLING came to Salt Lake to attend
the marriage of his niece
DICK ADAMS returns to his Chicago i
house via the U P today
MRS ELLSWORTH vDAGanrr hoes cad
over the U P this morning
C C RICHARDS Recorder of Weber
County was in the city on Sunday
J LIRSEN of this city goes to New
YorkCity via the DR G this morn
ing i s <
MRS L B MATTISOS of this city goes
to Mcnasiha Wis via the D It G to
day I
M II LIPMAN the clothier returned
from his New York tripousaturday
evening t 1
Y S
BISHOP GARDINER was ins town yestef
day on business connected with the Jor
dan dam
LEVI SNOW of Snow Bros furniture
dealers Provo was up yesterday on
business
HANS HEIDE of this city leaves for
Boston Mass via the D It G this
morning
E EMITCHENEB cj prominent mining
operator Stockton registered at the
Walker
0 F LYON of Peoa Prosecuting At
torney of Summit County came in Sa
turday and returns today
W H NCROFTandJudgeZane leave
on a tour of inspectidn of the D R G
Western this morning
ME AND MR3 J F Co APE went to
New York City route to England
via the D R G this morning
°
MESSES WM WHITK and W C Ry
dalch two prominentkcattle dealers
went to Ogden to attend yesterdays
meeting
JOHN L RMOUH an honorably dis
charged soldier of the Sixth Infantry
leaves for New York City today via the
small giant
n W DrIGGS JR of iieasantGrQvct
leaves for Ann Arbor todlyf Win H
Van Cott of this city accompaniesliml
They go to the University of Michigan
CHAS POPPER was unable to attend
the cattle meeting in Ogden but tele
graphed the assembly that he was in en
tire sympathy with the objects the
convocation
MAson RCCLES and his assistant F L
Couch returned last night from Boisg
Idaho and tell wonderful stories about
the fine fruit grown in that fcouiilry
Apples weighing 27 ounces are said to
be among the products
BORN
SSELOBOVE the wife of G II Snel
grove Monday September 15th a daughter
MARRIED
insErt CEREOHINO At tho White
House Bait Lake on Sunday September
14th 1884 Mlllard Arnctte and Miss Mary
Cereghino both of Elngham Rev T C
Iliff officiating
i DIED
THOMSON On Saturday evening at 515
of typhoid fever Miss Eva Thomson aged 17
years and 1 month
ROSB In Farmington Davis Count Sep
tember 10th 1884 Abraham Rose aged bO
years 11 months and 5 days
Deceased was born October 5th 1603 at
Utica OneIda County New York was bap
tised into the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
efl y Saints In August 1S36 by Elder Orson
Hyde Ilosoon after emigrated to Ohio and
next to NauvooVhero ho arrive In October
1843 Ho passed through the mobbing per
secution and expulsion of tho Saints from
that place coming to Council Bluffs In 1S47
and to Salt Labia 1853 He dIed as ho had
lived a tmand > > faithfuijLattorHaay si
n affectionate hnsSandra akl i d and loT
log fath r S S
S
STOCKMENS CONVENTION
The Stockmen of Utali and Idaho
S > 0 Moot at Ogden
Agreeable to previous arrangement
the stockmen of Utah and Idaho met in
n ntiQ rat the Jlnion prjera HouseJ
qgdenj MoiidgytheJSthMnst atsl
pm There were present A S Mercer
editor Nofthwcstcrn Live Stock Journal
Cheyenne UTC B Allen editor Sho
shone Journal Idaho Henry Phillips
and D P Tarpey California W H
Mills land l erttC P R It Thos
Keogh 0 Child Frank Guinn Patbey
Hailey CCli03 Sparks IS J Lonergan
Idaho E H 0rth F A Hammond
M H Beardslejv J M Dee John
Houtz J Langsdorf Fletcher Ham
mond M Buchmiller Robert Miller I
Aaron Farr Jr W C JElvda h W L
White Jos A Jennings Preston Blair
Willis Booth < Tfios fipachman and A
C Call Utah
Meeting calleffto order by S J Loner
gan nt 2 oclock pm j
On nidtion of SiJLonergan Hon T1
H Pecry Mayo of Qgden took the
chair
On motion of SJ Xionergan Joseph
A Jennings waselected secretary
The chairman H Perry addressed
the meeting nt some length dwelling
on the importance of an association for
the protection of stockmen and show
ing the advantages of Ogden as a
central shipping point for the various
Territories antI showing that there are
50000 head of 3 and 4year old steers
sold in Utah every year and that by
the association the stockmen could dis
pose of their cattle to a better advant
age
S Mr A S Mercer being called stated
he did not come to make a speech but
assist all in his power to favor a stock
association He urged the stockmen of
Utah Idaho and Nevada to unite and es
tablish an association for the protection
of themselves fagainst tile thieves that
had teen driven to this country by the
association of other States and Terri
tories showiiiK the great advantages to
bederivedrom associations where
the stockmen are united to work to
gether for the purpose of exterminating
the thieves from the countrC Being
asked his opinion oP the refrigerator
cars he stated he did not know much
about them only from his personal
views which were that if properly
managed they should be adopted suc
cessfully tTlicrp are various diseases
in the south and cast vhich we have
thus far escaped and by protection can
escape altogether which with our feed
ingflualities arid ranges will give us a
marke1j for our dressed beef but said
he first get a permanent organization
then find your market east and west
feed your cattle and your success is
assured
On motion of F A Hammond the
meeting took a recess for ten minutes
The meeting was called to order at
440 pm S
The chairman then stated that it was
in order to form committees etc
Oh motion of Henry Phillips Thomas
Keogh Thomas Sparks S J Lonergan
A C Callr Isaac Jennings W C Ry
dalch A L Stewart and Patsey Ilailey
were appointed a committee on const
tutiori and bylaws I
On motion of S J Lonergan Joseph
A Jennings on motion of Patsey
Hailey John Houtz on motion of J M
Langsdorf S J Lonergan were ap
pointed a committee on permanent or
ganization
Mr S J Lonergan moved that the
committees report to n general meeting
to be held at Ogden in the Opera
House on the first Monday in Novem
ber 1881 at 1 ptn
On motion of D P Tarpey a vote of
thanks was tendered Mr J M Langa
dorf for the free use of the Opera House
Mr Mercer stated that before leaving
thestbck agent of the C B
Cheyenne
W fehift hfe
Q railroad requested him to tender to
the members of the Utah Stock associa
tion a free ride over the C B z Q Rail
road to St Louis to attend the national
stock convention to be held there on
November the 17tli
On motion of D P TnrneyMr Charles
unman was unanimously elected pres
ident On motion of D P Tarpey
William Jennings and W C Rydalch
were unanimously elected vicepresi
dents On motion of S J Lonergan
Mr Hill was elected secretary On mo
tion of S1 LonerganMr J M Langs
dorf wasjdectell treasurer Mr Thomas
Keogh moved that officers hold their
positionmitU the first Monday of Nov
ember i tf03EElIAjENNINGS
U t t4 V 1 jJ Secretary I
9 1 Ji oil
S Monthly Medal Match
The regular Monthly medal match of
thtvEhHLake < SliODting Club occurred
at Pittson Monday with the resultap
pended
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Hoffman f f f nrdsU ft UOfll 01110S
iUuddlesoni M JLL 011111011110
Spcncer30 yards 0111110110007
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THysuin25 11110111011
King r 23f 4l < 101111101001
HDenhalterT29 yds 1x1101110101
Taysum and Duddleson tying on nine
birds shot again bird and out with the
result
Taysum > 11
>
l
dsJ
Duddlcsou 10
his silver
The former thus surrendering hiu
ver medal to Duddleson atad takiiig the
gold one from Spencer
In the first sweepstake that
followed Spencer took first money
Taysum second Ordner third In the
second Duddl son and Taysum divided
first and second money Ordner taking
third Ins the third sweepstakest two
prizes Duddloson and Spencer divided
Altogether the event was very interest
ing the birds bcingof a very lively dis
position which tact made the boys
knuckle down to business
G F Culmcr Bros are presenting
to cash customer of 10 worth a
every
Patent Bropm Polder See it
G F Culmer Bros have the fineftt
French Plate Mirror dhit ever came to
wacena en crosl
oneVend Anyone wantin finebar
mirrogcan get sflgnfota Call t at once
ands it
II
A Now Surgical Lamp
One of the newest adaptations of elec
tric illuminations is in the shape of a
very small lantern which can be Intro
duced info the mouth thrOat and in
some cases thestomach for the purpose
of aiding surgical and dental operations
which cannQt be carried on without
light i andforwhichit11aS extremely
difficult heretofore to obtain light by
mirrors or Oflier means Experiments
have been making for some years to
perfect apparatus of this kind Since
1881 E T Stir an expert in electrical
science has been working at intervals
upon minute electrical lamps and at
last succeeded in getting highly satis
factory results Patents have been ob
tained The instrument has been crit
ically examined by dentists and surgeons
and nas already been used in practice
The lamp primarily consists of a deli
cate glass bulb from which theair has i
I been withdrawn and as nearly a perfect
vafcuum created as possible The bulb
varies in shape being spheroidal flat
and compassshaped and also cylindri
calwith a conical termination Through
the thin wallsof the lantern run the con
ducting wires connected by a carbon
arp on Which the electricity centres
and which thus become the place of light
The glass lantern is very small the
cylindrical shaped being scarcely half
an inch in length and with a diameter
not nearly so great as that of an ordi
nary leadnencil The compassshaped
lamp is about onequarter of an inch
thick and has a diameter of an inch
while the spheroidal seems scarcely
larger than a good sized pea Thelamp
is attached to a handle from seven to
nine inches long and about half an inch
thick through which run the wires con
nectingwith the battery The handle
and the lamp can be separated and thus
but one handle is necessary for use with
the different forms of the lamps The
intensity of the power and hence the I
brilliancy the arc of light can be reg
ulated by moving alqjig the handle a
ring which connects with the wires The
handle has several joints and its positions
can be arranged in almost any way so
as to adapt it to the shape of the cavity
which it is proposed to illuminate Mir
rors can also bejf astened to the lamp and
lightreflected to places where the lamp
jannot be introduced To prevent the
top great diffusion of light and the radi
ation of heat the lamp may be partially
covered with a hard rubber or gutta
percha case
When the lamp placed in the mouth
of patient every portion of the throat I
even to the lowerparts and every recess
of the upper places can be plainly seen
This will greatly facilitate the work of
surgery and dentistry and enable an
operator to conceive a much more
thorough diagnosis of a case than the
use of any other means previously
known llaced behind the teeth the
itncnselight renders not only the teeth
but even the gum above highly tran
sparent If the teeth are good and un
decayed no lines will be visible but the
presence of a filling or of the mere be
ginning of decay may at once be seen
When the lamp is placed within the
mouth and the lips arc closed the entire
front structure hrs mouth is brought
to view The bone and tooth forma
tions are easily discoverable and even
the interior of the nasal passages In I i
the same way the instrument is of great
value in the treatment of obstetrica I
disease and in studfcs of the stomach I
No unpleasant sensations are exper
ienced by patients even in cases of pro
tract d ute no other effect being notice
able than that which follows the drink
ing of a hot cup of coffee The difficult
ies in bringing this application of the
electric light to practical use were due
principally to the fact that none of the
electrical manufacturing companies in
America make the right kind of lamp
Mr Stan tried theinall and not getting
what he wanted in the very best shape
was compelled togo > to Europe More
than a score of different lamps carbons
and means of conveying power had to be
tried before the best was found Phila
delphia Pres
FIVE hundred Dollar Broken Mirror
5 1M tp nli j l
MISCELLANEOOS ILl I
r ITF 1 rrf O 1 1l f
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S S 4S i
We have an unusually heavy stock of Wines
i Liquors and Cigars
THE BEST AttD THE CHEAPEST
Beer Always First Class
SALT LATCF CITY BEER HALL
t OO MAIN STREET
s AR EXPRESS
b i
Office Xo 141 Main street first door nortbof
Barratt Sires Telephone No 142
Package Transfer and Excursion Wagons
always In readiness Moving Pianos Or
gans and Furniture Specialty
Have the finest fourinliand wagon that
was ever broujrht to this country
Are prepared for any hizcd parties
Tourists will do null to call on the Star
Express
Orders by telephone receive prompt atten
tion J HEDGERLY
ij5 i Bole Proprietor
NOTICETO CREDITORS
I
Estate of Alexander Ifeibaur deceased
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
i 1 undersigned admtniatratrixof the estate
of Alexander Nelbaur deceased to the ere
ditors of and nil persons having claims
against hen ldn deceased to exhibit them
with the necessary voucher within ten
months after the first publication of this no
t tice to the said administratrix at the office
t of S W Darke Co 110 B Main fctrcct
I Salt Lake City in the County of Sift lake
ECIZABETH NEIBAUR
Administratrix ofthe estate of Alexander
r Nelbanr deceased S
Attorney 8WDAnKE for aOmlnljtratrix f
DdtCat Slt rt City AugiPt 13tU168L
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5 5 S I f t
SPECIALJ NOTICES SI ri > t
S S
1 rJtf I1
S LOST ltl pl
LOST ON TIlE MORNING OF SEPTEM i J I it
Li her llth a small Shepherd Pup Re t i II I
turn to Pacific Express office and get reward r
r
IN IMMIGRATION CANYON A 8MAIJ I fl k
I sorrel llorae stripe In face branded two
half squares on left thigh was hobbled when fir t
lost A suitable reward will be paid for tha
delivery of same to Fergusons stables l t Ij
PIANO LESSONS t 1 I i I
MR T RADCLIFFE TEACHER OF MU i r t 1 I
III sic will f
remoe to First South street t t
second door east of St Marks church next I I t
week Ogden visited Wednesdays and Sa
turdays Vacancies for three pupils L I
WANTED I i 1 I
T7UFTEEN QUARRYMEN TO QUARRY I h
JJ limestone Call on Tate Owen one I I f
blocknorth Tannery in Nineteenth ward I r I
1 LAUNDRESS WHO UNDERSTANDS I t
A the business to go to CltyEnqulre 4g 1 t I
at the White House I I Iq
i I j I I
REMOVED IJi1i t r
TIIOFESSOII A ANDRE LANGUAGES i H I
PROFESSOR S
I and Music to 43 E Second South street h
P0BoxlOO I
S f q j
TTkANIEL GREENIG HAS REMOVED TO t I f
U Third South street opposite thp Meth t I r
odist Church where he will be pleased to ac fl t r
comodatc his old friends and new ones too al tj j1
with board and lodging Day boarders with I ii jl I
out rooms can here find first class table I I i t t I 1
board 1 Uf r
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