|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
,lETs to the sweet !" Get your "a;' Wallace's. They are pure. -:: ' adr -)0 !Ugr tQe 'bins for tha sea-I sea-I ' irgs quantity at Wallace's, adv ,D wholesome Vinegar. Any "i3 make it Read the advertise-.',f advertise-.',f V. H. Bishop in this, paper. ; ad? a good Portrait eheap, or iesy:fieW8 of Sa;t Lake City and ";J;r. stereoscopic and album, call I f j.-ier's View Emporium. adv iVr.sii supply of pigs' feet, London . jflrerand genuine "golden crown" .;N just received at Joe Simmons' ..oo. Lager beer as cheap as the .iijiKU adv Bartm Europe! Well, who cares, 'ins as they can pet two plates of Team for "two bits," and the best fectionery cheap, ut A KcIhoh's Golden Gate. A Scientific Yondkr. The Craig erownpe, adapted to popular and cftitifi-use. Read the advertisement. r.ce$i"u. adv I Hark YkI Phil Margetts has j v'r'fd the Idaho Bakery, l?rul South i "?J"'' s Ref eshment Rooms, where ! J 'urvh, oysters, sardines Ac, and ) V!est of sparkling lager, will be . '' -'d in cool pleasant rooms. Step jn;and walk in. adv ED.-In the 13ih Ward of this -J, on the 9th inst, at a quarter past ' " the morning, of dropsy, Mary ( Gurnscy, relict of Patriarch John ".c, aged 67 vears. 9 months and - "ays. ;.e was baptized in the town of rr' Tompkins Countv, N. Y., in ad lived and died a Saint, llor words were : "Come, Lord Jesus, V-quick1?-" fl.o and New ork papers, please ,3e funeral will take place at the n . ard Assembly Rooms, this DP' at 10 o'clock. Fricudi are "X'trA t0 atnd. Com. Napoleon's Army is short ef food and forage, but he could get a full supply of the necessary bread, crackers, crack-ers, pie3, pastry and groceries, by applying to Golightly & Harris at the "Globe." adv Thk Omnibus Line. A oomibrt-able, oomibrt-able, well-conducted mean3 of conveyance convey-ance is desirable at all times, and it is right that this city should have a line of vehicles answering to this character, plying between the railroad depot and the hotels and other parts of the town. Yesterday morning's Herald announced an-nounced that Mr. H. P. Kimball had become the possessor of Mr. Faust's line of omnibusses. Those who know the gentleman know they will be well conducted under his supervision; and we invite our townspeople to patronize them liberally, so that there may be encouragement for their continuance and improvement, that strangers visiting visit-ing the city may find a means of travel between the depot and the hotels in unison with the appearance of the city and its reputation. Just here we would like to express surprise at learning of a hotel' proprietor pro-prietor turning runner and drummer for his own hotel, because we think it is bslow the character of a respectable house. It is to be hoped he will show a sufficient appreciation of his position, arid a proper degree of public spirit to quit it, for his own sake and for the reputation of his establishment. Delicious Ice Cream and summer drinks, under the refreshing shade of overarching trees, at the "Union Ice Cream Garden," one and a half blocks east of City Hall. adv. Cool Niguts. The nights are now considerably cooler than they were a short time ago, which, with the very hot weather we yet have during the days, makes it necessary to exercise care in using some extra clothing after sun-down. Take precautions to preserve pre-serve the body in as equal a temperature tempera-ture as possible during the twenty-four hours, and thus preserve good health. This hint attended to may save doctors' doc-tors' bills and probably worse. Great excitement in Europe, but not so great as at Ed. Harris', where all lovers of a good brand of cigars are making sad havoc, and declaring they are the best in the city. Call and try for yourself at Ed. Harris' cigar store, east of Post Office, adv. A Rare Chance to obtain knowl edge : Dr. Croekwell, Prof, of Electro-Chemico Electro-Chemico Therapeutical Magnetism, is prepared to teach Prof. J. R. Ander son s wonderful system of electrics and to supply the necessary aparatus. as he is agent for Kidder's superior battery bat-tery and Prof. Hall's voltaic armor. Call and learn terms, see apparatus, &c. adv The Craig Microscope This mi-cro.-cope is simplified and adapted to popular as well as scientific use. A new optical wonder! The only instrument that requires no focal adjustment, and therefore can be readily used by every one. even by children. Costing only $12.75 by mail, postpaid, it is within the reach of all, and should be on the table of every practitioner. Read advertisement ad-vertisement in thi paper. adv ICE, ICE, ICE! SALT LAKE ICE COMPANY, ! Established Jan. 1, InU : i I delivered daily id il part of the citv, in any quantity and zi rta u iuit the timl. A couf taut sup? Wkfuar&i.tM.. J.R. CLAWSON, Agent. at Clawon's Ice Cream Saloon. First South rt., whw tWre i abrar a snpplv of Ice CrLiB) fc"trawlrrit Pnnuner Drinks, Cnkoa, and Candies of ihe bet qo&LUy at the Wwost rales. LUMBER ! I am now prepared to furnith Bills o'ff laimbci' On r6&?ob&blc teruog Por C. P. R. H. r V. C. R. K. Paper. JOSEPH A. VOl'Mi. HSTRAY. I bare in tay are ne roan Cow, thrfo years old. branded T H oa left hip. The owner can bare the raws by paying d image. J. BLLI-, 8ull Valley. SALT! SALT! HALT! Fine Tahlo, Dairy & Ooarstt S A L T Htw and mM bj . BOYD & WHITWORTH, 19th Ward, Salt Lais City. JOHNW.SIiELL Hacaf&eUrer axl Oeiwrni Daler in PURE VI1YEGAK, Fine and Coare Salt, POTTERY, WILLOW-WARE, MOLASSIS, Etc, Etc. Id alio Store, Httirt IIdbh Corner. 60,000 ShloU, U,CKKJ LaJh, 8,04 n Lnrar, jHHI Uu Pciatt, WOOC AKD COAL HALK. Will t.ikt atjlkin ia eirhir.re lhat I thick a r-rot-rt tan b rlid on, purlj t-ri tan a Wairx a. (.annn, iiur,r, ktrohtr. aad riL wl ln lam ai. iMtonta A 10 fur aaK Thr Uirii. "XT, 'MM k Vt Ar-joht. FIti 4rrvh I.ik4. ia Enr'-" vVafl. IlalM Hjr l.t, kaTwffBMfHB Ward. 10O Kd CUjr L,t, ia M.ilteii'.b Ward, aalf p'lvntfrd wita a".rUa fruit. Eauail Itoa aad ac af CjIj kit, bvTd WaH. 26 at i ferajx Lu4, Prutlm, Ca'br V lii.y. AddraM JM.1W.Mk.Ll, I Ja blare. WARM SPRING BATHS ! T"LtJ-e CiM-brafKl li-il are Opn o tb.a Public at AJJ Naoni ThElR MEDICINAL WWERTIES Ar-- ki Wikry Koowo tlat it L rid-ui rid-ui .sii!ir'.e I'm hi. 11. Arnold. The rullmaa Palace Car Company 1'ittsbiirsrli, Fort Wayne, and Chicago RAILWAY Pan-Handle laonte AND PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL II A I Jj II OA1). Tlifi Pu'ara Pmwn:a: Room (:n f I ' C. bratd Fulhuan Palt.'rn will b run t1 r.n h. i tlii liouU, frnm OHlO.MiO la Flj l f-t-l Klill, PU1LAIU1JM1IA tuid W'KK Without Chwjc I Thw w the ONLY ROl'TR K?T by 1.U-h PiSJitr,ror-Mernrv the ftth antftuT-- of J'lll.l M PALATK CUS the Knlirf liMan.v uv SAM KRANCISCO to J'Ull.ADKUMllA, NKW DKK Ami LDttmit Jihie PomUi, TTTKOUull TICKETS ti thw uUKAT M10KV ROUTK fr hhI tit 41fi lft1iiorni St.. S.ir rrxn-ci-co, SacraninU), Nilt l.tikc t'uy, linytr, DidIhJi, Pronicntory, Clioyi-mi, and Omi.lut, J. N. McCULI.OUOH, 1' f t v o. u D. S. ORAY, 'Ind ViCt-PrM't A Con. MitnaaT-M', , Pi.ii-ll,-i).n.- H'ul. KDWAP.D 11. WILLIAMS, iicanrul iirini i-ni.i'u i , I'onn'a tViiir.il U K. THOMAS L. KTMPAl.h, in'l WcitorD Ptuf,.'TifrT Atrnt, l-iiu'a Coiiit tU R- R- TlfiNRY W UrnpntJ Pn.--(.ng,.r nnfl Tifkot Aren1. Ppnn'u LVntnJ R R. 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