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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
BUSINESS CARDS. t)-!. LEE'S PRIVATE B0AKPIXG I10USK, Tno Blocks Ku.-t of Theatre. Cnroful attcntlanoe. conifnrtiiMe Hpartuu-nts iind irood board, ut reasonable rates. F I II ST A'ATIOiVA L HA A K i OT TJT.A.I-I. Salt Luko City, " Utah Tor. AV. V. AiKlorsttiO M. O., Surgeon and l'hysic.ian. 0(tic at Re'idenc, in ttie Thirteenth Ward. 1- BNOW. r.. T). IIOOE. SNOW & UOtiK, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Salt Lake City, Utah. Office at Suow's eorncr, 1st Kast StJ DRS-J. M. & F. D, BENEDICT AMI PRACTISING PI1VS1CIANS. Oflioc nt the Co-operntira Drug Store. WANTED. flna. Advertisements UDir this had. occupring mt more than four lina, FIFTY CENTS eatU insertion. in-sertion. WANTED 'Work, by a steady, active you ug luun, arcuBtomed to gardening. Apply Ap-ply at the Herald office. TO RENT A ten-roomed house, on the east bidi ol tiie bth Ward o,uare. Can be let partly fuminbed. Apply to J as. Kobbins.on ihe premuea. HOTELS. Salt Lake House, F. LITTLE, Proprietor. Ia open for the reception of guests. GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS OMAHA HOUSE, Second South Street, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH TER. The above named House is now open for the reception of transient guests and regular boarders The house has been thoroughly renovated and furnished second to none in Salt Lake City, and has been leased for a term of years by a thorough Eastern Hotel Man, And the public can rest assured that they will receive that treatment expected at a first class house. JAMES SCTPHEN, Prep., rr L. Sholks, Clerk. OGDEN HOUSE, Main Street, Ogden, Utah. r Bill 1 8 favorite Honee, having been recently reno-vated, reno-vated, ard furnished throughout with patent Spring Beds, the proprietor feeU confident in being able to give entire satisfaction to Day B-jardors, Families and the traveling community, at a reasonable rea-sonable price. The table is supnlied from both the California and home markets. A hack will run to and from tie t-at t curry pasaenRers te the house free of churg atttctiid to tke house ia a hue bar and Bi fuaili JOHN MAHON. Dr. HIGGINS DAVIS TT'OR about thirty years Medical Practi-X. Practi-X. tioner in Kngland, tenders his professional profes-sional aid to all who may require the same. He had had much experience in every branch of his profession, and offers advice on very reasonable terms to the poor inhabitants inhabi-tants of this city, every morning from 8 until hj. Midwifery from 85 upwards. Office No. 1 Morris' Terrace, 13th Ward. GRASS CANON COAL CO. We are now prepared to furnish Better Coal at Cheaper Rates Than any other mines in the country. For salo at the U. C. R. R. depot, in this oity, for oash or grain. Apply to N. DAVIS, at the depot. JOSEPH A. YOUNG. ICE, ICE, ICE! SALT LAKE ICE COMPANY, Established Jan. 1, 18CU. Ice delivered daily in all parte of the city, in any j unntity and at rates to suit tke times. A constant supply guaranteed. .). K. CL.AWSOA, - - Agent. Pvpot at Clawson's Ice Cream Saloon, First South t., where there is always a supply o Ice Cream, Strawberry's, Summer Drinks, Cakes aud Candies of the todt quality at the lowest rates PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS. ELIASON & HAUERBACH, Next Door East of the Herald, Are workmen who not only repair Watches and Clocks, but will make Watcher t order iti anydopircd style, or any part of them, from a pivot or pinion to an entire Watch. Work Executed on Moderate Terms. LUMBER! I am now prepared to furni'h Kills of Lumber On reasonable terms For II. 1'. K. R. or I'. C. K. K. Paper, JO-h.rMl A. VOL Mi. Wm. H. Hooper, II. S. Eldredge, L. S. Hills. Hooper, Eldredjre Co., BANKERS. East Temple St., Salt Lake City, Deal.ro in Gold Dust, Coin, Exchange, Land Warrants, Etc Collections made aDd promptly remitted- CORRESPONDENTS: Riggs & Co., New York, Banlc of California, San Prncisco, First National Bank, Chicago, Exchange Bank, St. Louis, First National Bank, Omaha. I. S. Morgan & Co., London. HARNESS Made from States Leather, FOR SALE OH EXCHANGE j For any kind of horned stock, from a suck ing calf up. 1 TOM filfOWELJi, Second South Street, Salt Lake City. xllore of the War ! IN PEACE PREPARE FOR WAR! Get your Guns, Pistols. Bullets. Fht. Fishing Fish-ing Tackle, and everything necessary for defence or for sport. Also, Saddles. Bridles, "Whips, Spurs, Ac, for racing or riding, from JAMES HAGUE, Sign of the Big Gun, East Temple street. READ THIS If You want to Live at Peace in Utah. We are now prepared to sell cloth or exchange it for Wool, at the EXCELSIOR MILLS Near Ogden City. One pound of Grease to every eipht pound n Wool will be required. If it in not furnished the 1 price of the grease will bo deducted from the wool. Beef aud all kinds rf soft prese tuken iu exchange for cluih. fcj, Wanted a firft claw Fuller and Finisher. RANDALL, PUGSLEY & CO. WM. H. H. SHARP, -n -N ' Cxi s-V Resident Dentist, SALT LAKK CITY. TrrTM Krom u. ;i lull .n in5,rle,l rr H HnM. I'lann... S.lv. i. AJ:,. I II manti-.ic. Ba.e an 1 Vulcaniie-l Rubber, from 52" to j'. v prr lull -ei. anil a:- i-ltion puaraniet-.l in all ca -. Teelli Flllfd wllh CoM nnd War-rnnled. War-rnnled. Tcet li Kxtr.clcd wldinut P.lu. OPFTCKFir ,1,-ir.r ei Pc-f-t Xnr" H.DINWOODEY, FURNITURE DEALER And UPHOLSTERER. I I All kinds of j IMPORTED FURNITURE Constantly e hand at the Salesroom, EAST TEMPLE ST Erery description of HOME-MADE FURNITURE, At th factory and Saleroom, 1st South Street, Salt Lake Citj COFFINS, PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL Always in Stock. BATHS! WJRM SPRING BATHS ! PHvt and Plunge. The- . eirrrald bath ar opn to the pntdic at all H.on. Tfair rrfuJirmaJ prorliM art i fto widely known tbut it in D-wdl o namert t ru m. rWii- tit Prirau Bath. lL lKJ-(ft aud haadanu-y haadanu-y fnmihd P L U N G K UATIIH I fcf Ia1, JWid G&ljftK.!l fci H. AHW1.D. MEDICAL. DR. ROBERTS, THS GRKAT MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN WILL HEAL THE MCK BY ANIMAL MAGNETISM AND THE SWEDISH MOVEMENT MOVE-MENT CCKE At the Revere Hcuse, ifALT LAKE CITY. FOR THIRTY DAYS, Commencing Oct. 1st, 1ST0. CONSULTATIONS FREE! DR. ROBERTS troat? nuceessfully the follow. ii(t named Diseases, together with many other tortus of huuia.n maUdtt-s not heroin mentioned : Disers ot ihe Br.im, Rheumatism. Epilepsy. Epi-lepsy. Nervous Debility. Neuralgia, rteak Spines. Curr ture of ihe Spine, Inflamed ore Eyes, rar.tlysi Weak Eyes, I'ar-tUl I'ar-tUl Blind a ess. D opsiel Tumors, t .cers. Scrulula in all its vaiious forms. Incipient Incipi-ent Consura I'twn. Di;t titles, eihiiess of the Limbs. Bronchitis. Loss ol Voice, pA:pit:Uion of the ll cart. D seases of ihe Liver, Kidneys and liowels. iy-pepsia, hiillingot" tne omb, Suppressed .Nie-ses, Oatarrn, all kinds of Sexual Diseases, Impurities Impu-rities ot the blood, e c. Parulv -is and Deafness Deaf-ness are tho u ost uncertain ot all diseaos, although p itieut- afflicted with even these terrible tnaladu-s '.ill b more or less benefited, bene-fited, if not cured, by .Magnetic Treatment. DR. G O S S I the fnmous I DI AX IIF.RR DOC-TOtt, DOC-TOtt, and nets a ft 1 oitmuli ik Physician, Phy-sician, prt-M-r hin I r i l i - in t-ft tc A 1 n (hose ca estltai require il en trillion tril-lion tn addition to i lie A A I I, NAIKTIU 'lit; A 1 iUfc.iT o 1 1K. HO UK UTS. DR. G OSS u-just y celebrated for hi- e-cat success in tho treatment Mid cure of Ve e real and Chronic Diseases ol a p i ate uatui o Ocpf.n. Utah, Sep. loih, 170. I hereby certily that uiy -.. lighter ir.it, been terribly afflicted with hpi.epy lor fi m monthf pait otien having b M MFiY TO ONE liVNDKED F.vLulNti U SA WEEK. All medication latled o re ieve her until 1 brought her to Dis Kuil1Kl' A : tiUS. at Ofcden. September Till, i.s.tt. Mio had a great number l tits ihe Jny 1 Lu.ik ier to Dre R. All.; and h.id a tit he.i learned her into their othco ue has been uuuur Magnetic 1 reatiucnl one week, mid has n t had a sing e spas in or Ml id ih.it tm.e ; in fact, 1 believe her to be woudtriuhy improved im-proved tn health. tSiKues) ligohGE . Mason. OOINO AWAY. On Sunday next tho celebrated and world-renowued world-renowued Dr. K. K RuDenc, who is i.ow -t; pping at ihe National ExehaiiK-- Hotel, will le ve lor V.rg.iiia v ity, aiiu itio-u Meaning Me-aning his a er vie os Miould end on him belnro thm time. Durn.g his may iu tin c iiuiiy he ha perloruied tuui I the most wnimer-ful wnimer-ful i ures we haeeier heard f. For. ho cureofevery ki,d i.f,ii ?ae tie en n..t lie excelled, lie heals th Mck by au ui.tl tnag-ueti-ni and tho 15 wedi -h movement cure No physician -ver cauie to the Stale so u ghly recommenc1 d as Or K. R. hoburt. A.i .o who are afflicted, call on him. Uaily Iransciipt, ievaaa City, Culilruia, July Ut, IS. I. , A MOST WOXDERFI L Cl'KK. Grabs Vali.sy, June 2Und, 170. This certitio. that I h-veined ioi fifteen yean an invalid and great eutlerer lioin a combination of mos', ui treMttg di.ea ert, vii: dyspepsia, spinal dit-cau, prulMpu uteri, and tor tho p.it iiilil monihr- have been paralyzed in tho left hal ( oi in y b o-(hemipiegiaj o-(hemipiegiaj No tongue could tell what i have sutlercd during (ho last three v iuf eepecially. 1 have been treaifi by eminent physician! by their inh"" nave channel climate. I hare ale" trier! the colu ra cd "Mineral Spring."" but all sr nn d o Imle or do avail, und I had given up -H bnpeM of being anything but a ui imji a hie miIUi-t lur the remainder of my dayn. Dr. Roberts couiuieueed treating mo by Animal M Hgmemm and tin- Sweil . -1 j irve-mctit irve-mctit Cure ihe Glh of J une. and hi h l Ii reo treutiuentt" I ie 1 1 Ii e a n w i c . t n j e the panuymH was removrd. I havo now been under Imp tmitm nt lilteen days, and have improved daily. Nearly all iny d illicit it -t have entirely diai'pi-ared. and ihe reinainng ones haio been o lar relic vol that I now feel thai lime and cure are nil that if m'cer-sary m'cer-sary i restore me l" pertcrt health. i have been aen. uai u uxl with Dr. Hobrtn sixteen yearn, i have alwayn regard" d linn Htiyueofihe must reliable of men. 1 the r.cipieut oi nm healing poiver a bunt ma-teen ma-teen jeiirnao. 1 liave known. pT'-ua 1 1 y, many cure that be peilo'ined HI luwa, uil" yet a m-re youth. Iliat w i- r'lly W lideiful. 1 rha'l eve! priMfteud I r 1 1 if mercy in i-ruv diuc uiimii- I'" my i a 1 1 u to eanb. and i-ht pra li.M the men- Mng ul H ea veil miiy o with Dr. It unci l in his good and glonu" k (aiguedj Makv Jl. JUi.l. A WO.XDEHFIL t'AKK. What (au the "Old FoU It I u"'f. hkrilnn and litinin Smy tn Ht fnU the i-Ollowliig W oiid i ful I' art t My little dmtghtiT. inred ten yenr-.haF been paralyi d in her richt Mm; t if' y1'1"-'. Dr. fiob.-ru him cured her ":ih fix jMaiMieiic ireatin'-iii-. -li'-'ii., t."" ')- h-r at in ai.d hand wed. whi b tm i " (r'-ni infancy! in-fancy! 1 rendent .' 4 K Mn.tl. t.ign'd.) :M ii". i it v is t N v. Cy.Vki, irgini Guy. Nuv.. tugurt !'.. Ji'J. IiBpoulblHtlci of ihe Ktomach. The rtomaeh lh tn " t wnnd- rf " 1 "i all ruaiiufa fine-. Il t"iivjt- n,e uu l u in - n ' t b k ( n into il inl' in at eri " -f " " 11 "'I blood. As lliet.'d;r.,n. it rc-'f-Hu i i tiaue, li'-rr-'firid ti-n--'. r'-ri'-wjnif 'h'ln we a.e t-.ld oif-e in si-v. r, whi, Ji t-erl-.i n.w this work by turnirig th- iuud iii'" t h ; n-i-, of the biood wm' ti n tlie material ol a) -d tii"m. i o lorx- !!ii- M-fcp n-iUif on'iiu h"n wea and 'lin'-rd- ied. to r-g:il.itr iim-ti ud l he a-li'-u of 1 1 1 de pen'J eni i---. I li' li'.'v and the bowel, the in"t uduiinibi oi all medicine i lARl'r'a r. l kvi.m(,i si - hi-3i-. Ar t KIKST. it irjvigornte t lit d :ges t i"ii, eontrol" the iecretioni SDrt pur-fir? tlir blui-d Sold by nil JJrugitH.