|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
tar See notices Leaded "Wanted" on trst page. ror x grand di.-play, see Wallace's wiSdmr. adv A Fact fob. the .M illion. There ijno nlai between the Atlantic and Pacific t-hores, where a dih of ice cream and a glass of Goddard's ceie-bra-ed cider can be had lor twenty-five cents, except in Geo. Goddard's rii'-se-ment, Salt Lake City, and everybody L- invited to bring their two bis and try it. , . The golden crown and other choice . brands of cigars tor pale also. adv. GOOD wholesome Vinegar. Any one can make it. Read the advertisement advertise-ment of W. H. Bishop in this paper. """All Tim World's a stage" but the ''Globe" is the place where Go-liphtly Go-liphtly & Harris sell the fine-t quality of br- ad, candies, pastry and confectionery confec-tionery cheap. adv Joe FlMMoNsf, Revere House basement, base-ment, stiil keeps his eel --bruted saloon well supplied with the best lager beer, imported ale and porter, oysters, pigs' feet, calves' tongues, golden crown cigars, ci-gars, &c. and requests everybody to give him a call. adv More Goods. -.Messrs. T. & W Taylor announce this morning a full supply of merchandise, which they propose to sell low The firm is an old established one and well known in the Territory. Head thi-ir iidvertiseuient. CoNCENTHATtb on jNo. 4 I Jennings & Paul have concviitrat d on io. 4, right-hand side of the meat market, where the. public can be constantly supplied with the choicest meats. IOok out for the sign of Jenuing & Paul, over No. 4. adv Ice ! Jordan ice ! clear ice ! beautiful beau-tiful ice! Who would drink wa'in water and ca! soft butter when they can buy ice for one cent per pound ? Ice cream ten cents per glass ; metis SOcents; loduings t' e same; w.iha bill of tare i hat gives universal satis faction. Inquire at the National lintel, fifth building east of Post Office adv France and Piussia may go to war over Spain, but Nnbbs & Kiikwood will contiru" to sell groceries aud pro visions at peace prices as low as the lowest. adv. Madic Macedonian Oil cures rheumatism aches, pains, coughs, colds, cholera morbus, &c. like noiiric For sale at 13th ward co-operative store: $4 50 per dozen. adv If YOU want a glass of cool lager or ale to please the palate, step into Chris. Hehinke's beer ball, next door to the . erchants Exchange. A ' bit" a glass 1 adv A Scikntitic Wondkk. The Craig Microscope, adapted to popular and fcientilio use. Itead the advertisement. advertise-ment. Price. $2 75. The Craig Microscope. This Microscope is simplified and adapted t" pojmlar as well as scipntifta use. A pew optical wonder ! This is the only instrument that requires no focal adjustment, ad-justment, and therefore can be readily used by ev-ery one, eveu by children. Costing only two dollars ana seventy jive cents, by mail, postpaid, it is with in the reach ot all in the community, and should be on the table of every Praetitiouer, lead advertisement in this paper. adv A Rare Chance to obtain knowl edee: Dr Crockwell, Prof of Eleetro-Chemico Eleetro-Chemico Therapeutical Magnetism, is prepared to teach Prof. J It Ander son 8 wonderful svstem of electrics and to. supply the necessary aparatus. as he is anent for Kidder's superior battery bat-tery and Prof. Hall'3 voltaic armor Call and leara tertus, see apparatus ka. adv Tea ! i he te.-t in town ! A choice consignment just received, with a full line of groceri a at reduced prices. The full advaftat'e of low rate bf freight given at (J-. W. Davis', adv A Ntw TlUNtt in Collars. Church chill's linen-faced paper collars Aruit-er Aruit-er and Vivian shapes; the latest styles, veiy beautiful, just received at James Dwyer's Book More adv Lemon ug r, tiie thins fir the season, sea-son, a large quantity at Wallace's, adv Fort A oood -iihtimtt chpap, or the fines views of Sa t Lake City and vicinity, s'creosennic and album, call at Carter's View Em orium. adv Delicious Ice ''ream and summer drinks, under the refreshing shade of overarching trees, at the " Union Ice Cream Gard -n," one aud a half blocks east of City Hall adv. Just the Thing Vegetables. fruit, poultry, butter and eggs in abundance at M. hadd's Pioneer Green Grocery, East Temple street. adv Witt? Why? Why do people rush to the Mammoth Boot, Shoe aud hut store ? Because Dunford & Sons are selling go ds at low prices. The public are requested to come early, before the establishment is crowded to exeesss. adv Dunford & Sons. Look Out lor the bargains I A large quantity of furniture, stoves, crockery ware and miscellaneous goods, new and second hand will be sold by auction ai 4 o'clock this afternoon, at our auction rooms. Come on with your greenbacks. aiiv Hardv Wi'lias. ICE, ICE, ICE! SALT LAKE ICE COMPANY, Established Jan. 1, 1860. Ice delivered daily in all parts of the city, in any quantity aud at rates to ouit the times. A cuiidiant supply guaranteed. J. It. CLAWSOX, - - Agent. Depot at Clawson's Ice Cream Saloon, First South St., where there is always a supply ot Ice Cream, Strawberries, Summer Drinks, Cakes, aud Candies ot' the best quality at the lowest rates. STATIONERY For the Million. A large quantity just received at CALDER BROS.' Book Store; - West side of East Temple Street. Morris &; Evans, Salt Lake City. TT'LIAS MORRIS i SAMUKL L. EVANS Iibr most reHfoctlully to inform the public that thejr have commenced business ai Builders and Grave and Monumental Masons. And will execute all work entrusted to their care iu Marble and Sandstone with Cheapness and Dispatch. Drawing furnished of jrraTe work If desired free of charge. Letters addressed l 0. Box 31. MACHINERY. All kind of Machine Work. Turning, Boring, Screw Cutt.ng aud Fitting. Brass Castings, Arc. WM. J. SILVER, 19th ward, 5 blocks north of the Tabernacle. Utali Central ICailroad I Pioneer Lin9 cf Utn.Ii. Trains leave Salt Like City daily at 5 a. m. and 2:43 p. ru., arrive at Ogden Ta iu. &ud4:4o p.m.; leave Ogaen city k? S a. a. and 5:30 p. in.: arriv at Suit Lake dxj 10 a. nL aud 7:30 p. m. In addition to the arove, aa ACCOMODATION TRAIN!: WILL nux, WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS, Leaving Girder) c"y 5 a m, and Salt Lk? c;ty 4:40 p m. on which full fare will enritle 'he purchaser (if a ticket to return on the same d-iy and train free, an will st.-p by arranging wiih the conductor, at any point on the line Jo take on or let off pasengirs. Pasneers wi'l pleae t.u-etnss their tickets at the office. Fifty cents additional ad-ditional will he charged when the fare is collected on the train. For all information concerning Freight or Past-age, apply to D. O. CALDER. Ticket and Freight Agent. Jos. A. Young, Supt. The Pullman Talace Car Company Haaing completed arrangements with the Pittsburgh, Fort Wajsic, and Chicago HAILWAY Pajj-IIaiitlle Iloiite AND PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. the Palace Prnwing Room Cars of the Ol bruted Pullman P;ilte:ii will l-e run tlirotiL-h, vi tin? Umito, fmm C1IICAOO to PITTSlil KUU, PHILADELPHIA and NKW YOKlv Without Clvivge I ' This is the ONLY ROUTE EAST y wliirh Pn-iSfMitrers Pfcnre the R'ivtuitjijrog of l't'LLM A VS OUtS tli Kntire Hi1nncc from SAN ERANCISCO to PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK and Intermediate Points. THROUGH TICKETS via thin OR EAT SHORT ROl'TK tor sain at 415 Piihfornia M., Sun Kr.iu-ciro, Kr.iu-ciro, SiiTaiiiMito, Snft Lake City. Denver, Uintah, ProiuuDtory, Cheyenne, aud Omha. J. N. McCULLOmrt, Ciuueral Manapr, P., El. W. k C. R'y. D. S. GRAY, fti'i Vice-Proa't 4 Gen. Mans-prer, Pan-ll.iii'ilfl Ruuie. EDWARD II. WILLIAMS, General Suprriliteinlrnt, 1'eun a Cuutral R.R. THOMAS L. KTMHALL, Gen 1 Western Panr AcT't, Pviiii'a LftMial R. R. HENRY W beiieial Panrieijger RH'l Tltki-t Aent, l'i-uu'a Ceuii At it. R. For Iuformatiun and Thruugb Ti-kti, apply ap-ply to Win. Cnldcr9 Caltler Ilro'u BtKk 5tor, Et Temj-lc Slrxt, .,11 I..ik- City. FIOBJESSH A T? chic ;o AND NOiiTll-u t:sTKUN RAILWAY, JSliortcst & Quickest Route FHOil OMAHA TO CHICAGO AND TIlX BAST. The Eiste-i Kxprefs 'efos Om.iha hiil- iu com ei- i o vi h t-Min- n ilm Ceu'rii and U i u i'l.cilio iai ro-ds, rr ver iu C ic-i in Ad u ce of .11 ii lir 10 (cs t-u i ur ng conuiclions wi h d ict-s En-i. Th:8 is ti.e loud h ch ruts the e"l"o;ut -a i'uliiuiin Pa'iicc Hotel and Slt'i'p'nis Coiiehes. A "new d i'i'cm!id line of which h 8 r ce t!y lv n . for V i C'tupm'. Tne-e spl rdid co ch - are u cq mled i y nn in the worio l'jr Klegiiitce, (oiiifort and Con yi niciicc. Ttie CIiI'-ju-o n ri 1 1 Nurtli-we-lri n U tlji- rinwr Kis!v:rT l-i?iut-ti Oninli.-i nml Chirac. 1'viiir 1-nnn orn .K-1 eiiijio 'J'llKKK YKAIIH AUD; nin. which tinio, tho M;in;t-rN Ikivo ,u(.I neither pains nor f- i-.-ii tii i.-!ii-uiic itn i -;..-N-'I nuii rra-k and orjnij pini; it ilh i,.11hi n-k ol th DJOSt DJOtici II i' i! " niV'.-lilt'lit.-; ihlH ti-nher wilh t Li. lift ol' i bem Tho f: hiirtc-t Line, OfTerB to T.-avelu g I'-ii-lic an ha-lwin iitit L iieCjUailcJ for (.peed, coil. Cult and mleiy. i In- ki 1 iIiiciilIi I" nil r-iintii Kn.t ami nnrxli-i ' ha-l-'- I-"- I -;in -!!-nt ih.i i.r I'hicHKO tO ..Ol.- hoi. IIHC II,,, .,, I, I- ;.,. 11- .in, ,l n-k lor T., . Cl.ii nio, an,l N 'ilh-vi-.l-i II H.i.ivM.y. w h . I, , ,,, .y ,. I,,,,,, H Ht ",- J' Of :i ill l.ll.uv ,.-,i -I. :,l.., ll , or, in tin I'd IH Mi,r ! ..I W mi. ( ,-. Ti- k-l tnl, ,,11, " ,it I A 1.11.11 lll'.-l.-. ,-loi., l.ii.-t 1-.-n,...-(11., (Sail 1.,-ki- I Hy. or any iijioi uj;.l ion ii, n.-.n-J i -1 ui- 'ulj-(l;- Ut HARRY ROGERS, V' lion I'..'r :,i,'l fr t nut. II. P. STANWOuli. : l,.-';eral J -,:--t aveot, l.u -. C . lil, J. L. in M. '. (.. on.., M,;,1. (.1,1, ngu. W. B. HTr.OX'l, 0, i-ai -nt. ON...ua, h. Z. C. SI. I. PRODUCE, PRODUCE In ord-r to nrt the domand of mi' rui'ijorr-n ; cntorncrH w-j will deliver to pun-h -iors all kinds of prodn', I omi. hv tin- i-t or lofdii d Mrl;.-, V,-Ht. I'lrlcv and ():it-: liirtf-r. put no in nil i-hnpi s ,-uid in any -Urility; E.cs, ly the dfzen or hundred duz'-n. C-mie on airl (ret Mipi-lied. r.iiiporimii IJnililirin, '..it IIikI. En trance Tifiin rir-tSonih Ftr-o-t. H. B. CLAWSOH,!Supt.