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s 4 T 8 HERALD TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 188
TJirSalt ALLY HERALD
Salt LakA City Utah
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THE HERALD
Salt I1e City Utah
PEUPLEi TICKET
for Delegate to the Fiftieth
Cot guess
JOHN T a CAINE
OF SALT LAKE
TODATS EJECTIONS
The State and Congressional elections
throughout the union to day have very
little i teret for the people of Utah It
is conceded all sides that the changes
in the Congressional representation
will be few and immaterial so far as the
two great parties are concerned The I
Democrats have majority of 43 in the
present Congress and will have about
the same in the Fiftieth Some districts
carried by the Democrats two years
ago will be won by the Republicans to
day but the latter will also lose some
seats the losses and gains being about
equal In two or three States the
Democrats are making vigorous efforts
to elect the Legislatures and thus get
United States Senators This is nota
bly the case in Conneticut Senator
Hawleys term will expire next March
and exSenator I
Wm H Barnum is a
candidate for the seat The vote there
on the Legislature will be very close
with the chances slightly in favor of a
Democratic majority being returned
in which event Barnum an able and
tried Democrat will replace a bitter but
not very able Republican in the upper
house of Congress
The people of Utah would feel more
interest in the Delegate contest in
Idaho if either of the candidates were
a man for whom they entertained the
least degree ol respect Dubois Repub
lican and Hailey Democrat are both
pronounced in their hatred of the people
of this Territory they are both bitter
enemies to Utah and in their campaign
have forgotten all party issues in their
mad desire to excel each other in their
bitter and senseless denunciations of
the Mormons If both could be de
feated and a decent man chosen both
Idaho and Utah would rejoice As to
the outcome of the voting up there tc
day the most careful estimate would be
little more than a vague guess The
Democrats are in a majority in the
Territory tint it is doubtful if they will
all vote for Hailey The antiMormon
feeling runs high among the people
the latter have seemingly lost sight of
party politics and will vote for the
man who is thought ta be the most
bitter in his hatred towards the Saints
The effort of Dubois has been to make
it appear that Hailey was in some
manner connected with the Mormons
and if the exMarshal has succeeded in
this to any considerable degree Hailey
will be shelved Wes would rejoice
over the defeat of John Hailey t and as
deeply regret the election of Fred
Dubois
Here at home only a small vote is
expected and that will show the usual
overwhelming majority for the Peo
ples nominee There has been no
campaigning and unless some effort be
made today to get the voters to the
polls not more than 20000 ballots will
be cast by the 35000 registered voters
in the Territory The vote for the
Liberal candidate is expected to te so
light that the nominee will be disgusted
with himself to think that he did not
emphatically decline a nomination
which displayed the weakness of his
party and his own unpopularity
t
i STRIKING AGAIN
A smouldering fire in contact with
combustible material is very likely to
break out at any moment And so it is
with strikes Only a short time ago the
pork butchers and packers of severs 1
large firms in Chicago went out on a
i strike because of the determination of
i
their employers to return to the ten I
hours for a days work system In this
contest the employers won the men
being compelled to return to their i
I I
i work on the terms offered by their em
ployers Scarcely has that difficulty j
I been patched up when trouble in an
other direction breaks out and 6003 j I I
beef killers in the establishments c f
Swift k Morris leave their work on a
strike and attempt to get the worters
in other establishments to quit but up
to this writing they have not been successful
the entrance to Armour
t cessful and toArmoura
packing house and stock yards is
I guarded by astrong force of police
The trouble arises over the return to I
t
the ten hour sytem The beef kil1
to
>
lets in Swifts last Saturday sent a com
mittee to the managers asking that if n
return were made to the ten hour
system the wages of the men be in
creased fifty cents a day This demand
was not granted and one of the com
mittee men was discharged The strik
ers demand that their discharge
comrade be taken back and the
dfty cents extra per day granted
That the demand will be complied with
is uardly probable as the employ
undoubtedly knew what they were
aoout wben they brought on the cn
test If the strikers shall persist we
may expect a repetition of the same
old exuerince which bas been had so
often and with such regularity that one
might believe the workincmen would
know the outcome of any strike before
it is inaugurated That experience is
this The men go out they vainly try
to bring the employers to terms they
lose more or less time and money some
of them get into jail and finally they
return to work or such of them whose
places have not been filled on the ferms
and conditions iupoipd br the bosses
Till CAEPESTEBS in a Detroit ship
yard who were dissatisfied with their
vajes and the hours of work and
thought to bring matters more to their
liking by going pot on strike have
learned when it is too late how they
overshot the mark Their places were
immediate y filled by other men where
upon the strikers bought the substi
tutes off paying them 1000 to leave
the place The company there re
closed their yards and transferred
about a million dollars worth of orders
to another town The substitute car
penters taking the thousand dollars
with them have now gone to the other
town to do the work leaving the strikers
without hope of employment in Detroit
The rare excepIon is where strikers do
not injure themselves more than they
hurt their employers
AN OFFENSIVE PARTISAN
President Cleveland has given 500 to
the Democratic campaign fund of New
York State He should not have been
given less and more would not have
been out of place An official who will
not do something for the success of his
party is not much of a man But what
people are unable to understand how
Mr Cleveland can reconcile these re
peated contributions to political funds
with his orders forbidding political work
by officials A few days ago when it
was called to his atteption that a United
States District Attorney in Missouri I and
another in Pennsylvania had been
making political speeches he wrote on
the back the papers Let this officer
be suspended once and his com I
mand was obeyed It was not shown
that either of the gentlemen haa neg
lected his official duties to serve the
cause and candidates of the party but
their activity was assumed to be offen
sive partisanship hence they had
to go The most offensive par
tisanship of which a r 1 can be
guilty is the giving of money to be ex
pended for the advancement of his
party With sufficient money the party
managers can achieve any degree of
success desired money will place a cor
rupt party in power and keep it there
as the twentyfour years of supremacy
of the Republicans so clearly proved
and the expenditure of money will keep
honest candidates out of office as is
demonstrated every year in elections
all oven the Union Of course Mr
Cleveland knows that his contribution
will be wisely and honestly expended
for the good of the Democratic party
and the election of Democratic candi
dates but that does not alter the fact
that according to his ideas and theories
he is a most offensive partisan and
should be suspended at once
i
AX OLD POLICY i
It appears that the Tory party in Eng
land draws the line of Russian advance
ment towards India ad the Mediter
ranean sea at Constantinople At a
Tory conference held in Bradford re
cently a resolution was adopted ex
pressing confidence that the Tory party
would adopt the policy of Lord Beacons
field on the Eastern question and
vigilantly guard British interests
I
agdinst Russian aggression and
especially prevent the seizure of Con
stantinople If what Mr Disraeli
styled a vigorous foreign policy is to I
be inaugurated we may look to hear re
peated the old party cries in England of
1575 At that time Mr Gladstone
favored the expulsion of the ofScifi 1
Turks from the Christian provinces
of the Sultan saying that the
only way to secure any permanent
good for the Christian provinces of Tur
key was to tarn the Turkish offidabi I I
bag and baggage out of them This
was known in English politics as Glad I
I stones bag and baggage policy and I
i was taken advantage of by the wily
Tory leader of those days and by a dJs j
I tortion was interpreted to mean that I
Gladsone favored the expulsion of all
the Turks from Europe And Disraeli
aided that as soon as the Turks went
out of Constantinople the Russians I
would come in At that time Turkey j 1
had been guilty of some of the blacke
atrocities which can blur the hstory of
a nation Mr Gladstone maintained
that England was not bound to support
Turkey in all her wickedness
a while on
the other hindDisraeli insisted that
the integrity of the Turkish Empire
must be maintained under all dream i j
stances to check the ambitions of Rus I I
s
sia So that the Liberal cry was Thf
crimes of Turkey 1 and the Tory reply
was The ambition of Russia battle
cries that may again become signifi
cant
STEEL JAIL
Somebody in the west has invented
tae rotary steel jail two of which
have been constructed and are giving
general satisfaction It is probable thai
the invention will revolutionize jail
building especially in the smaller cities
and county seats An exchange de
scribes it as a device designed to pro
vide a place where prisoners can be
classified where they can be held se
curely without a large force of jailors
and which shall also provide for
thorough ventilation of the cell The
cells are built of steel surrounding a
central shaft in which a chimney aids
ventilation Any desired number of
stories or tiers of cells maybe built to
gether in one great cylinder which as
an entirety revolves like a turntable
on conical rollers The cell structure is
enclosed in a heavy stationary iron and
steel grating containing only one open
ing As it revolves the doers of the
cells are brought in succession before
this opening so that not more than one
prisoner or a tier can get out at a time
I The prisoners do not see each other
and communication between them is
difficult If desired the structure can
be slowly revolved by water power at
night so as to prevent attempts to
break out One of these jails has been
built at Crawfordsville Indiana which
accommodates eighty prisoners and
which with the sheriffs house attached
cost only 30000 It might be a wise
thing for the Salt Lake County autho
rities to make inquiries concerning
the rotary prison before erecting a new
jail for the county
Skinny Men
Wells Health Renewer restores
health and vigor cures Im
potence nervous debility For weak
men delicate women 1 2
Unexpected Luck
The Premium of50 worth of good
offered by C J GUstaveson the well
known Harness Maker of this city was
won by Mr P Parkinson of Morgan
City his ticket being No 13 A F
Brantin A W Winberj editor of
Bikuln J W Larson Thomas Moss
and A W Ben of this city and S M
Lovendahl of South Cottonwood com
prised the committee Mr Parkinson
is jubilant over his goo I fortune and
will hire the goods on exhibition at his
store in Morgan City Following is the
list I
O c set of Heavy Concord Harness
complete 000
One set of single Buggy Hornets
very fine 000
One Ladys Fine Saddle 2500
One Stock Saddle 43CO
One Boys Saddle 1500
Three saddle Blankets at 300 each 9 00
One pair heavy lined horseJJlankcji Sin
One single heavy lined hone blanket 4 CO
mud Loaded Black Whip ado
One Fire Buggy Walp 500
3urry Comb and Brush 400
FI horse
50
Fly Set for a single horse 500 1
ne Dalr of Feed Bags So 2 200
Two pairs of G l Perfection Hobbles S 00
One Fine Lap Robe 1QCO
One Fine Halter 30
One Riding Bridle SOO
Oil 100
Spurs and Straps SW
TilE BBHATII of a chronic catarrh
patient is often so offensive that he can
not go into society and he become an
object of disgust After a time ulcera
tion sets in the spongy bone are at
tacked and frequently entirely de
stroyed A constant source of discom
fort is the dripping of the puruient
secretions into the throat sometimes
producing Inveterate bronchitis which
in its turn has teen the exciting cause
of pulmonary disease The brilliant re
sults which have attendea its use for
years past properly designate Elys
Cream Balm as by far the best if not
the only real cure for hay fever rose
cold and catarrh t
Bcntoni Hair Grower
All who are BALD all who are be
coming BALD all who do not want to
be BALD all who are troubled with
DANDRUFF er ITCHING of tae
scalp should nM Bentons Hair
Grower EIOHTT Paz CUT of those
using it have grown hair It never
fails to lop the hair from falling
Through sickness and fevers the hair
ometiM falls off In a abort time and
although the person may have remained
bald for jean if you use Bentons Hail
Grower according to directions you arc
lure of a growth of hair In hundreds
of cases we have produced a good
Growth of Hair on those who have been
bald and glaxed for years we have fully
substantiated the following facts
We grow Hair in 80 cues eat of 100
no matter how long bald TJnlixe other
preparationUeeatains no IJprt lead
or vegetable or sainend poLsons It is a
specific for falling hair dandruff and
itching of the scalp The Hair Grower
is a hair food and its composition a
almost exactly like the oil which sop
plies the hair with its vitality
DOUBLE AND TRIPLE STRENGTH
When the kim is very tooth and
hard and the follicle IM apparently effect
ually closed the rincU strength will
sometime fail to react tile > papilla is
such cases the doable or triple strength
should be used la connection with the
single using them alUraately
Price t Single strength LOO Doable
strength 200 Triple strength 300 If
your druggist kayo not got It we will
end it prepaid on receipt of price
BENTOK HAIR GROWER
Cle7slazd O
1 t uala fey 20H L Drar store 1
An End to Bone Scraping i
Edward Ehepberdof Harrisburg 111 I
says Having received so much bene
fit from Electric Bitters I feel it my
duty to let suffering humanity know it
Have had a running sore on my leg for
eight years my doctors told me I
would have to have the bone scraped or
leg amputated I used instead three
bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve and my
leg is now sound and well ElectricBit
ters arewld at fifty cents abottle and
Bucklens Arnica Salve at 25c per box j
bv 20 M I Drug Store 5
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SPECIAL NOTICES I I
LOST
t SMALL NOTE BOOK LEATHER
A bund with a number of add esses and
One Chinese writing Inside To to rt
turned to THE HERALD office 50 cts reward
CONST JNEU
OY3 SUITS OF CLOTHES 350 MENS
BOYS cheep ovcrco to low down
underclothes low down baud saws each
cents Discount wholsale 15 per cent
H E Phelps north dOl HECAU > Building
MADAME MIL rA LITHE
eE 13 A CLAIROYANT AT Xo sled
THERE emple alady
West Temple St a lady of ability nod
respcclaollliy who come highly rrcora
mewled by Mormons as well es Gentiles
and has testimonial from tome of the best
citizens where she has sojourned She can
rend the ast present and future
WAVTBU
E HUNDRED BOARDERS AT THE
ONE RestaurantMessrs AVhlthorn
Co have recently taken charge and are pre
pared to furnish meals at all hours Single
meals 25c Board per reee J500 No 72
HtKALD Block I
FOIL SALE
rj IGH GRADE DlRHlM BULL 15
HIGH old at 711 West Sec nrt South
street T J BROUN
COTTAGE ADJOINING BISHOP
COSY Elghteentn Ward Apply to
ured C Anderson Real Estate Agent 150
Main Street
DK ELLEN B FERQUSON
FFICE AND RESIDENCE NO S3i 4
OFFICE street Telephone 51
OFFICE JfOK RENT
1 FINE OFFICE SUITE IN THE HERAT
ri Building Apply at this office
J M CHAJIUEULAIS
rrEACHEB Of PIANO AND ORGAN
TEACHEP low 1C6 S Filth South Street
I
1ASTUItAOE
r ODD PA8TOKAGK FOR UO5E3 AND
GOOD at Cooper Bros Farm two miles
north 7 Becks OOCs W tlttm
LAKGTON 8 KiI > TON
LINTERS GRAINERS SIGN WRITERS
PAINTERS
Papcrhongers and Cnlcimlners Address I
or leave orders at 230 W First South Street
MONEY TO LOAN
1 w POMEROY BROKER AND REAl
CE Estate Agent 153 Main Street Money
to Loan HIUFCC and Lou for Sale and I
general real estate business transacted
TVO FINJ ROOMS
UNFURNISHED IN A NEW HOUSE TO
U feeniioalnrle Gentlemen or Couples
desiring lodging only Eligible situation
and witniu quick reach of town Apply a
TUE HERXLD Ofce
FISHING TACKLE
I t UN3 AMMUNITION REVOLVERS
IT Sporting Goods wholesale and retail
inns and Tents let ty the day or week
Gun Repairing and Keys made Fla s ai
low prices EVANS SPENCER
wJ ioSIUS
34 W Walker Opera Home Salt Lake City
GUNS AMMUKITIOX
1 ND SPORTING GOODS WHOLESALE
d and Retail at Bedrock Prices AU tni
eadlng Rifles and Shot Guns In rock S
our Manhattan B L Gun best In the mar
ket at the WB Illustrated Catalogue free
Repairing Parts for Hines and Shot Gun is
stock Keys fitted Agency for Victor HI
cycle Evans Spencer SI Walker Open I I
House Salt Luke City
U1UYOLKS TltlUVCLKS AiD VJCL
OCIPKUEd
pVANS k SPENCER AGENTS FOR THE
PJ Victor Champion l Challenge Idea
and > QtoaJsofor toe Budge bicycles and
Tandem tricycles We arc the only house
1 In Utah carrying A c ock of both high grade
scn b11de tn
bicycles and Childrens machines Also a
1 ullline of Bells SpoHes Cement Wrenches
f3 H
etc Bicycles told on installments and
tented by the day or hour
MISCELLANEOUS
SALT LAKE THEATRE
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday
> OV let 21 and 3d
3 Grand Oriental Entertainments
AWAY FROM THE BEEN TRACK
Comicalities and Realities of Life in Pal
ttlDe
WAD EL WARD
Assisted by
His Wife and Hazarite little Boy
Natives of Jerusalem Palestine
wilt appear in the Costume of their Na
tive Country and will glee a f ill delineation
of the manners and costatrcc ol Palestine
and will sine In h different languages
spoken In their country
Greek Turkish Arabic Hebrew Eft Etc
Tbe < e entertainments are pronounced the
most humorous entertaining and Instruc
tive erer given in this country And were
siren in Philadelphia 150 nights In soccer
Iou in Boston litj ec etc
As fs la the importunity ol a lifetime do
fsIthn lg
not miss it and be sure to bring year chil
dren with you
Admission AdulUiO cents Children 25
cents Tickets at Book Stores Box Office
on Monday Doors open at 73 Lecture atE
GRAND
GONCERT 1 ill BALL
AT rur
Salt Lake Theatre
EC AID OF THE
HEBREW BENEVOLENT
RELIEF SOCIETY
os
THURSDAY NOV 188
FRED NIELSOS Jewa er
WATGHEST CLOCKS
And Jewelry
Red on short notice Moderate charge
and Crstcltu work guaranteed
So 22 E Pint South Street Fait lake City
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NEW TODAY a
NOVEMBER 1886
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TEASDELS I
EVERY DAY ARRIVALS
FOR THE
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VV UN IJUK 11il u
An Elegant Lot of
Seal JPlusli and Cloth
WRAPS NEWMARKETS
Of the Latest Styles
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MENS ARTMI
An Extensive Stock of
OVERCOATS CLOTH CAPS
AD
WINTER BOOXS
is vita
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Some of the Choicest
N cy Rni ins Currants and Peels
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Tea
THANRF1GIVING
AT
TEASDELS
SPENCER AND KIMBALL
160 Main Street Salt lake City
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ONLY EXCLUSIVE RErAn DEALERS KT
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BOOTS AND SHOE I I
CUSTOM WORK REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY
Lasts j > 1ade and Fitted
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OUR CELEBRATED
Ladies and Gents
STYLES FOUR 3 SHOE ii 3 SOLID ALL
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LAIRD SCHOBER MITCHELL
LADIES ADD CHILDRENS
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