|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
ffcS" See notices headed "Wauted" on lirot page. ' If YOl" want a glass of cool lager or ale to please the palate, ' step into Chris, llehnike's beer hall, next door to the Merchants Exchange. A "bit ' a gla.Ni ! adv Ohax'ges. For .the largest, best and cheapest oranees in town, eo to adv - - " G. W. Davis. 'SVe Need hardly direct attention to the double half column of Fotsom, Fiomney & Co , which appears in this morning's Herald. They can do all they say, and more, and are in a position posi-tion to supply everything in their line to meet the demands ot almost the en jtij-ff Territory. ,', C ' . I Seasonable. Ice cream and summer sum-mer drinks at Henry Wallace's, east side East- Temple street. Pure home made candies at wholesale cheap, and fancy, groceries. .... , . , - adv The M ost effectual way to destroy the grasshoppers. Buy your Custom-made Custom-made Boots and Shoes at Dunford & Bods' Mammoth Shoe and Hat Store. adv Just Look! Ice Cream, two plates for a quarter, of the best make and most delicious flavor; and candies at wholesale and reta 1, at the Golden Gate. udv Macho Macedonian Oil cures rheumatism, aches, pains, coughs, colds, cholera morbus, &c, like magic For sale at 1:5th ward co-operative store: $4.50 per dozen. adv Just the Thing. Vegetables, fruit, poultry, butter and eggs in abundance at M. tjkadd'a Pioneer Green Grocery, East Temple street. - adv The Craiq Microscope. This Microscope is simplified and adapted to popular as, well as seivntifis use. A new optical wonder ! This is the only instrument that requires no focal adjustment, ad-justment, and therefore can be readily used by every one, even by children. Costing on y two dollars ana seventy-five seventy-five cents, by mail, postpaid, it is with in the reach of all m the community, and should be on the table of every practitioner. Head advertisement in this paper. ' ady Cigars. For an excellent brand of cigars and the choicest chewing and smoking tobacco, call on Ed. Harris, near the Post Ollice. adv A Scientific Wonder. The Craig Microscope, adapted to popular and scientific .use. Head . the . advertisement. advertise-ment. Price, $2.7-3. adv The reason of the great success that attends Dnnford & Sons in the sale of boots, shoes and ha s is, they purchase the best goods in the market, including the best home made articles in their line. adv Good wholesome Vinegar. Any one can make it. Read the advertisement advertise-ment of W. II. Bishop in this paper. adv Good. Golightly it Harris, of the Globe, have commenced supplying by wholes-.de crackers of every description, descrip-tion, properly packed for shipping, pure home made candies and everything every-thing in the bakery line. adv THEATRE FUN,:'FU', FUN, FUiV! MR. GRAHAM AS HECTOR TIMID. Saturday Eve, June lltli, GRAND VARIED PERFORMANCE, To coiiiinenee with the rnr-ic Tri?h Drtrma, in two acts, entitied II A IV I) X A A I) A', Singing-,, liaucing & Music. An entirely Dew local Negro SVetch, Scenes at the Museum and Menagerie, Introducing raro of Wild C:vts and Volverir.es ly courtey of John V. Voting. E--J. G j m n a s t i c Exercises, B-v the Aniorirun Iiruthcr.-. To conclude with tho Tja:.AX shot. Eux Office open for the olf nf tirfcete c Saturday at 11 u'clot'k a. m. C 51 A M P A G X E - ON DRAUGHT at tho Salt Lake Billiard Room, it. c. n. n. Lake Side! Look out for The School Train To leave at 8:50 a.m.; return re-turn 6:20 p.m. Every Saturday ! E VERY SATURDAY! If. ycu want to Bathe, Go to Lake Side! If you want to Boat, . Go to Lake Side! If you want a dance in the grove, Go to Lake Side! If you want to hear the music free, Go to Lake Side! If you want to swing, Go to Lake Side! If you want a rigbt good dinner, Take it with you vrheiij ou Go to Lake Side! Mountains of Cakes, Cand'e? and things, and Oceans of Lemonade. Bitting Dresses, Perambulators and all the modern conveniences to rent cheap At Lake Side! Baggage wagon in attendance to hul bundles, babies and other baggage, bag-gage, free, to ihe grove, when you go To Lake SideJ Hlf a wile to tbe grove; three-fourths three-fourths of a mile to tbe Lake, From Lake Side! Scholars from i to 15- years, 75 ceDts. All over 13 jears, round trip, $1-00. All under j jeara, free. : : JOS. A.YOU3U, supt. UTAH CENTRAL SAMOA!!! Pioneer Line of Utah. Trains leave Salt Late City daily at 5 a. m. and 2:45 p. nr., arrive at Ogden 7 a. m. and 4:45 p. m.) leave Ogden city at 8 a. in. and 5:30 p. m.; arrive at S-alt Lake city 10 a. n. and 7:30 p. m. In addition to the ahove, an ACCOM MOB ATI W t r a i ar WILL RUN, SUNDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND SATURDAYS, Leaving Ogden city 5 am, and Salt Lake city 4:40 p m, on wLtoIi full fare will entitle the purchaser of a ticket to return on ths saras day and train free, and will stop by arranging with the conductor, at any point on the line to take on or let off passengers- Passengers will please purchase their tickets at the offices. Fifty cont id-ditional id-ditional wiirbe charged when the fare is collected on the train. For all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to- D. O. C-AIJDEI, Ticket and Freight Agent.. Jos. A. Young, Supt. I THE PULLMAN PALACB CAR COMPAXT Earing completed arrangement wlh tha rittslmrsli. Fort Wayne, a ad CIaics8"o Railway, Fan-IIasadle Houio AND PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL 11 AIX.RO A I). The PitliM'i- .Itntwiug Itoom .Cain of the CV" liruu-il rulhiiiui 1'iitl.Tii w ill I-- run tin niu-h. v.;i Illis Rente, frr.ui CHICAGO t" 1' I T . l!l ' K 1 11 , PHILADELPHIA uiul NKW YUKK 1iLwt Change ! This is' tin- ONLY ROUTE KA'ST l.y wlii. h PaM-!i-rtJ Kf ture the culvantu-s t PULLMAN'S PA LACK CA11S tbe .Entire li-t.uic fn.m SAX KltANCIHCO to PHILADKLPIIIA, NKW Y0P.lt ami Intermediate 1'uints. THROUGH TICKKTS vi:, this CHEAT KHuKT ROUTE for Nile ut 415 Halil-Tliiii St., Sim r'nlu-ci-i '.. Sa'Tiimelit", S-'!t Lake City, D.-in er, Uintah, Prcniolitory, Cheyenne, anil Omaha. .T. X. McCUI.l.ortHI, (jeneral MatiRircr. . P., Kt. V. C. It'r. D. S. fill AY. S:ul Vi. e-Pre,'t 4 Gen. Mn.-2r. IWIInh-ll" K"Utu. EDWARD II. WILLIAMS, Generu! Sn "-rinteli'l'-nt, Venn a Central U.K. THOMAS I.. KIMliAI.L, (jen'l We-teru Pa-.wnirr Ac-rit, Pelin a Central R. R. lrK!RV W General Passenger niel Tieli.-t Az'lit. Penn'a Central K. It. Fir rnfurnuitiun an-1 Threuh Tkb-K a- try t- Win. Csildcr, Cul'ler Brc's Ii''V Store, EoJt Temple Stn-et, Slt l.l:e City. ToAvinend House, JAMES TOWXSEND, Proprietor KII'.ST CLASS ACCOM MODATIOM1 E'-li T8ATELKM FIONEEE SHOUT ROUTK cincAtiio a iv u 3V(mTii-wi:sTi:!i n .RAILWAY, Slvovtcst S. (Quickest IU no viiOM- : . OMAHA TO CHICAGO AND Til K E A T. The istern LxpreFs 't"ven Oumh daily in contJci' i -u wi'h t rn.iijs ut ilia Ceulptl uud l.'ni m 1'ncilic railroadu rnved in C lic-igo in Adva c't of all other loutoj-. C'Uj UiSur ng conuectious l h nil lines i jj -. This ia tuo road wh eh runs the celebtutd Pullnian Talacc Hotel and Me'i)i)i;5 Coacln s. A new acd sjilendid lioc of which hut) recently liccii liuilt for tiiii CJUip-iiiy. Tuewy spi-ndid coichm are uceipiuled ty any in the world fjr Elosancc, Comfort mid Convenience. The Cliie:iL-o iiii'l N..rlli-wet'-rn ii tlio l'lfina I'.ailway U-IH'WII Omahrt anil Chi- hiiTing l-n c-.ini.l-t-l s e Till'. I: K VE.MtS AHO; lno. which tirne, tlw Manav-TK liavo x.ar-il naitlur j.ains nor exi "nM- in jK-rfertiiii; it r-wl-l-eU and Irii- k iii-I -iiiiji!iK It ith rolling nty k of tba uio-t ino-liu iinnrovem-nl; thin t'-Kelhar with rtie fit- uf Iti Uolux THE SHUItTKST LINK, Otlers tv, the Travelinj; Pnl lie au Eatrn rwofca U.NH4LALI.KL Poll SPEED, COMFORT ASD SAKKTY. ll'io r he.- k 1 through to all p-,ltitJ Eat ao4 no extra hurv'e f-r ti nuaf.-r at (tnaha nr Chicane to p.artiMi hoMme thrmiKlt tk ketH. Uv auro Hiul alt lor Ti-u tia Chl-ac-i an"i N-rtlt-M-e-t.-rn lUilwuy, hii U ran ha ohlailifl a all tliw iriii' il-al railway ami Bteamb-mt nfll'-rt it the Unite-I Slat .and of Win. C'l'lw.TI'-ki anit, otli-e at CAI.DKK 11HOS.' Si-.re, Ea-t T'n.la t.. Salt Lake City. For any Information regard U f rei(ht,apDly to HARRY ROGERS, M esteru Pe't ami r't agnl. II. P. STAN W'HiD, GrTral Ti- kt ant, Clii- ao. li'EO. L. DI NLAP, GetiM-al Piipt. Criicaf, W B STRONG, Gtaeral ant. (Jnoaba, NV.