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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
Washington's JJiiiriiDAr. UrunJ ball at tho Dixon Houko, Bingham, on Washington's birthday. jUO Cheat Meit. Some lolk.s have been blowing about tho rise and scarcity scarc-ity of bco(. Thoy are calumniators and economizers of the truth. Fred. May, 12th Wan! Meat Market, will eell any quantity of beef, pork, mutton mut-ton and veal cheaper than the cheapest. cheap-est. Ho makoi No. 1 sausage meat. Try it. Delivered free. j30 The granger's trump Spades. I The Aldine. The prospectus for this magnificent journal for 1S75 is out, and the ofler made by the agenta in this city will place it within the reach of every lovor of the beautiful in typography, literature and art. It ! is a new plan, of monthly payments pn delivery, so that lor fitty conts per month any one can become the possessor poss-essor of the ruoat artistic and original conception of American journalism. An additional inducement will be tho fc presentation of three handsome ,r chromos to every subscriber of the ni series. Stevens & Co. are the agents q for Utah, who, at the commencement ftr of the second quarter of the current year, will be prepared to supply all tho leading American and European periodicals, reviews and other works po Of a similar character. Parties desiring desir-ing any of the above should hand in their names at an early date. j30 Mit. Wagner, Saddle Rock Oyster house, has received a shipment of fine fresh keg oysters. j2S . Leave wood orders for C. B. Durst at Rock Springs coal office, Main St., opposite Wasatch hotel. j24 Excelsiob Ikon Mines, Hematite from four lodes, best quality for fluxing. Address J. W. Snell, superintendent, super-intendent, Idaho Store. j22 Not Woxderful. The great demand de-mand for boots and shoes of our own make, because tho public know the excellence and cheapness of our goods. Working men's Coop, 90 Main Street. n13 The Latest Novelty. Perforated cardboard, printed with beautiful designs, de-signs, just received at the Pioneer art gallery. C. R. Savage. dlS Tho cheapest way to live is to i breathe. An elegant Btock of corals just: eceived at Joslin& Parks'. o24 "Lady od Lyons" at the matinee at the theatre to-day. Prei'AKLNG to Live. Everybody and his brother are blowing about :their fine cheap brands of wines, whiskies and brandies, but our liquors blow for themselves. Old City Liquor Store. dlO It takes the Irish to "wake" the dead. Dh. C. W. Kiggins. Office hours from 9 to 12 a.m., and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. dG. Fcrnjtl'ee bought, so Id, or repaired repair-ed at E. Jacobs' auction rooma, Main Btreet, two doors north of postoflicc. iG j Twexty cents (iff tho dollar at Cameron's New York store for thirty days, aud goods cheaper fian ever. Good place for spirit-rappers Knoxville, A-meuican Hotel properly for. sale, cheap. Refer to Hon. W. H.Hoopci or the proprietor. Terms Liberal. J. C. Little. dSO Take Notice. On account of ill health I will sell my entire stock of furniture at eastern cost and freight, being desirous ofleaviug for California. Califor-nia. J. M. Joelson, Groesbeck's block, Salt Lake City. m8 Immense dociile bill at the theatre to-night. , A clear case An empty dry goods 'box. The best route -east. The old 'Chicago & Northwestern Railroad is the route yet. It is the shortest and best lino. Pullman cars and best Accommodations of all kinds are given. M. II. Davis, ticket agent, at Whito & McCornick's bank,, can selP'you tickets and tell you all about this road. ni7. Miss Rooekm in two great characters charac-ters at the theatre to-night. - University Libkary and Reading Rooms, open every evening from 6 to 10. Admission free. nl9 Criminals should come to a halt or a halter. A fine assortment of ball room programme cards at the Herald ollice. dlo Combines cleaned and made up cheap at the Standard Hair Store. . Josij.v & Park have tho largest and linest assortment of sterling eilvor- waro over kept west of Chicago. A largo and fine lot of coral on hand suitable for Christmas presents. A very full lino of ladies' and gents' uuld watches and chains; also nomc very lino diamonds, with an elegant stock of jewelry to select from for Chrismas present. Call and examine. ex-amine. dl8 Drains on tho public purse need retrenching. ill "Galatea" and "Leah" arc it- played at the theatro to-night. P" Special Notice. Wo are paying tho Highest Market Prico in cash for Hides, Polls and Tallow, our large transactions with Eastern tanneries giving us unusual facilities. W. H. I Hooper, Supt. Z. C. M. I. ' dl9 a Living on excitement is very ox-e ox-e pensive living. 1 New goods just received at Joslin t & Park's. . 02-t The ueautif0l effect of the dis- : solving statue at the theatro to-night. Bound in calf Veal. . ( GO EAST via tho Trans -Continental Route. This is tho shortest, best and only line running Pullman's celebrated Palace Sleeping Cars and Coaches, connecting with Union Pacific R. It. at Omaha and from the West, via Grand Junction, Marshall, Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Sterling and Dixon, for 5 CHICAGO AND THE EAST. Passengers for Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Palls, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cairo and all POINTS SOUTH AND EAST, should buy their tickets via Chicago and the Chicago & North-Western : Railway. " ; Close connections are made at Chi- j cago with the Lake Shore & -Michigan , Southern, Baltimore & Ohio, Mich- ; igan Central Pittsburg, Fort Wayne : & Chicago, Kankakeo Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all nointa EAST . and SOUTH-EAST, and with the Chicago fe Alton and Illinois Central for all points SOUTH. This is the iJioneer Line between the Pacific Coast and Chicago, and was the first to connect with the great Pacific Roads, and form the OVERLAND OVER-LAND ROUTE. This line is the shortest rail line between Omaha and Chicago; tho track is of the best steel rail, and all the appointments are first-class. The trains aro made up of elegant new Pullman Palace Diiawixq Room an i) Sleeping Coaches, luxurious, well lighted and well ventilated Day Coaches, and pleasant lounging and smoking cars. The cars aro all equipped with the celebrated Miller Safety Platform, aud patent Buffers and Couplings, Wcstinghouse Safety Air Brakes, and every other appliance that has been devised for tho safety oi passenger trains. All trains are run hy telegraph. In a word, this GREAT THROUGH LINE has the best and smoothest track, and tlie most elegant and comfortable comforta-ble equipment ol any road in the West, and has no competitor in tho I country. Remember you ask for your Tick-Jets Tick-Jets via tho Chicago & North-Western j Railway, and take no other . Tickets over this route aro sold by all Ticket Agents in tho United States. 1 W. H. STENNETT, Uon'l I'mseneor Auont. MARVIN HUGHITT, General Suinrintcnrfent. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Advortisomonu and or this heading 10 oosti ror lino nor da?; nothing Insortod for 1sj than 50 oonts Tor ono tima. BOARD AND ROOMS. TjiURN ISI1KD ROOMS, tVITIIOR WITH-1 WITH-1 out Hoard, or I'aj lloird, in a plcMmt and eonrcniont locality, Call at this office. Jia TO RENT. ONE OR MOKE FURBISHED ROOMS, with or without Board. Address X, thisoilioo- J2S BOARD. CHOICE ROOMS AN J BOARD CAN BE obrainod for n fovr persons; location central cen-tral and loaaant. lnjuira at this office. MISCELLANEOUS. tic " ' r-I------t- ' PAINTING ! of !ji W. V. MORRIS, t Practical iloiisc Paiufrr 'er BOIU nAIXiOHXlllHSTAL, a OUARiNTJ-ra TO OIVE S4TISKACTIO X IK PRICE A-iD QUALITY, Jr1' '" Mle-' "ivsiu miii, ; r.i.qo i J CVs office. . ,N'u?.'S":"' "" " N""1' ol OninIn, Mb in,.ndlldi, don. b, him.tl..0d In "hich ho cballonjo, all compotilioii.l t I'tali Southern Railroad On and after February Lit, 1875. T GOING SOUTH. - Same of Station. f s 's E - -lLlL i r,,,110 1 7 H 0 ' 2 30 ... Jj'ltic Cottonwood 7 2S 0 5.1 3 I-, .- Junction ! 7 is 7 30 3 DO 71 ARHIVE at I " , Sa,"; ! 7 53 7 40 4 00 ! 00 - ?niy I s 03 I Pper i 8 S I i".',': Y1'"-: o os i i Amoneim 1'ork... 9 a) ! , Pleasant Grove 9 3-J I -loo bpringvillc 10 3.l ', '27-. r Spani-h Porli 10 01 I j3 00 AltlilVE AT I F',y"" jll 33 .j J3S0 GOING NORTH. Name of Station.!" f I t eoIfi ?7 - m if Spanish rorl; ; 4,j j i fpnngvilie 2 0.1 j 7-. J I rovo or i I . 3 Pleasant Grove... 3 0s ! !j 2 American l-'ork....j 5 a)1 ; , J g ! h Al:li. ATSandy..f 4 37; i j , lkavk j I I 1 ilXftf 4 51 9 40' 5 10 2 7.1 Utile Cottonwool: .1 11 10 1.1' 5 40 3 00 AP.mvE at ! I I l.tfce.-.......5J0ln 00' fl is'a to Noe. 1 and 2 will be run daily. Nob. 3, 4, 5 and 6 will be run daily, Sundays excepted, J' I For all information concerning Frcitrht 1 or Passage, apply to J JAS. SHARP, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent F-EP.AJSIOKZ LITTLE, Superintendent. T. R. .Ton ks, President. John Siiakt Jr., Vice-President. X J- T- Little, Treasurer. Forwarding Company, : (Incorporated under the Lws of tho Territory.; Under Cuntract with Railroad D Companies and Fast Freight Lines. L " VK Vr,LL FORWARD GOODS TO ALL 1 1 1 point 1 ia utuh aoa tfouthorn Nevada. t ni?p6,h!SIIR!ii(.,m"JlpHl" .aD,i eh'PPig of 1 UK, and BULLION a specialty. Rates of FroiK!it h-on and Kuarantooil to 1111 jiumta ha.st una West. ' articles Jrnncci "ia,io 00 imperishable OFFICE OPPOSITE U. C. R. R. DEPOT I SALT LAKE CITY. ' liEO. Y. WALLACE, Supt. j - n U ST. LOUIS TRADE HAUL. T. K0HK8. J. A. MONKS iiONS Established 1&17. PURE COPPKH DISTILLED Kentucky Bourbon Whiskies 711 NHHTU SECOND STREET, ST. LOUIS. MO. IRON WORKS. W.KOWAHlf P. PCQSLEY. Iri'Mdent. SocTetarj! SALT LAKE CITY IRON CO-PARTY. . , . r HAVING PURCHASED TUE Salt Lake Iron Works, And ndded thereto the Tools and Machinery helonging "to W51. J. SILVER, are prepared to do all kinds of Iron and Brass Castings, Form BoriniL Tnrmnff and FITTING UP. Wm. J. SILVER Superintendent, Haif Block South of R.R. Depot. jS'.H.- DrHwhiRii, Plans 'and Spccifieii-Nons Spccifieii-Nons of all kinds of Mill Work and Much in dry. DAVIS, HOWE &CO., Fonudry ana Macliine Slop Successor! to "sATHAN DAVIS & SONS, All kindr of WILLING & MINING MACHINERY, Wrought & Cast-iron Work MuiufMturl to Ord.r, WATER JACKETS, TUYERS, SLAG POTS and CARTH, BULLION .MOLDS. I'URNAOE PLATES HOISTING MACHINERY, CAR WHEELS 4 AXLES, Etc. Also, MUSS WOltK of all ,le,trlHlon r'iml S'(il itroo - ear North Tomnlo atroot, ' SALT LAKE CITY. in mm HADDIES AND YARMOUTH BLOATERS 1 JUST ARRIVED, N Cured to suit the nt delicate taste, AT " LIDDELL & BROWN'S. 'i Call and get them. . DEALERS SLTI'UKI). AT No. 90 East Temple street, IN THE BASEMENT, Xoa'lyti tnlai, fur GROCERIES, ETC., OFKKRS TO TIIE I'l Ill.lO I The bast chance to obtain their Family Supplies on the most Reason Rea-son ible Terms. A fw Fine CANARY SIXGEliS Still loft jicd -old atf.j etcb. CALL AND SEE ME. do GOOD NEWS ! : FOR 1875. j P. Schwartz Is clcsrin;; out tba oaliro Stock of Fall and "Winter DRESS GOODS, VELVETEENS, Alpacas, Merinos, SI-IA.WI.S, l nsr IDT E L S - And ovorythiDg In tho DRY GOODS LINE AT nflSTi Chance fur all to Save Money ' Schwartz Store. East Temple Street, A fcir Doors boloir the Whito IloUJ0. REMEMBER TUE PLACE. no! WANTED. POTATOES, DRIED PEACHES, LUMBER, WOOD, HAY, and all kinds of pay in exchange for Seven Secortd-HAud vYng-ons, vYng-ons, a Spin of Mules, a rjpiin of Horses, City Property, 1,000,000 lbs. Pino mid Cosrso Suit, Cedar Posts, Charcoal, Kimllinpr "Wood, Groceries, Provisions, Ololh, etc., etc., etc. JOHN W. SNELL, i-'2 Idaho Store. NOTICE. rpHOSE INDEBTED TO SCOTT 1 Dunham & Co. are recpicded to make payment at once to George M. Scott A; Co. that tho btisincs of tho old lirm may bo spoedily closed up, Thoto having claims againit Scott, DHnhnm & Co. are request, ! to present them immodiately for payment. GEO, M. SCOTT & CC, jl Successor of Scott, Dunham A Co ' MINING BECOBD OFFICE" AND Real Estate Agency. Salt I,n lie Clly, buinp tlio finnricinl centre of U tali, u liure cHpilali.-Ls nro always al-ways to m found fur tha purc-linn of Mines an., Jteal Eslule, (!in uiiiJ(Ts Kii.'d have associated lliemselves in bupimsh for the purpose of cond lifting a ,M ining liecord Oilioe, J.cal K.-Uilc and Insurance! Ageney in this city, when? part 103 having Min'es and Kent Jttnte fnr srle t-,in have the s-aino recorded fur the in?jie'ti n of Cnu-llali.-ts, "We do not undertake, nor will wo (except under special contract) puss opinions upon tho valuo of .Mining Property Prop-erty recorded and oilored f -r sulu al our ollice, our object, in this m-nd, heinir w concentrate in Nilt Lnko City useful und' vuluaLilo intoniiiitmii concerning i10 mines am. mining interests of Utah Ter ntory and to facilitate Ibo mves'.-sation of CnpiUli.-Ls and parlies inlere-ted Particular ntt-ntion will he '.nven to Koal J-,ntato mailers con fit, d to our fire -and alfiw to obtaining United S'lite- P n- Cpfurn!shodK t,U""E- Mu" '' -Stocks bought and.rold on eonimiM0ii 1 nmos w.sinng u, reconl their min our olhce will please send u, a ni'l v.' concise, etat-met as ,n Location, Jleae, of A K ". of Wo.d'ad Water, Cost' ,V iV a ion, Dovoln,T,cnl, A-sv of Average Ore etc., ,o lln.t ( : , , i t!U i.-I3 ,v , ab ed to .,rm a judgment t ,0 .ir Scord S" W'" 'J0 " fcr ForiaVof Mine eSeeted tln-ough m,r ollice, such commisMon ns may !. -igr,.,., ui.on by the panic, ir.e,.,,.,. Fa "' '' .'"ate. the eurr. nt rales of Salt hake Cily. lor purchase and sale of Stocks, current nitesyf cen mision. lnvslments on lirst-cla-s securities made for parlies abroad. Minn bougbi' sold or leased. Silver, Lead and Cooper Ores boughland s,,Id. All Ores shi, ,,,! to on,- .;M ((. allended Ui and returns made promptlv hiro-,root vnii't. c rmectej ,it , ' ollice. Correspoielence pronipliy answered LAI'HAMlK.Vili J,'-""-Ollice under First National Han'k, .SU - w ,'.'."k" tllv' h Territory. . W.W u(.l.s, Altone-.v for Co,npny.