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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO PRE-EMPTORS. We re nw pn pared to furni.-h Agricultural Land Script For thu location of Government Land nt flSO per anarUT J-uinon. HOOPER, ELDRKDCK A CO. Salt Luke City, .Nov. 3", S7o. CO-DPERATiVE MOT HIS, Jordan Street, 37th Ward. )Jii!l-ii-blM-k wen of the Tnherniiole, SALT LAKE CITY, Having tin l;itt"t improved Machinery fir working in Iron, "Wood & Brass, Can iiinniil'iirtiiio nil kind- (if MaeliliiUta' Too 1m, Turning Lathe. Ka 11 ItlcMvri'M, Benr Cutting nml llolt Stri'ivlnj,' Mnehlnca, I'Imtm Vnt, Cnilon. Wnolcu u ltd (-rial Much Inrrj', Kir., Kir., Ktr. OUR FOUNDRY ;it piTficnl, been tho Most SitccrMsitt in I n't IVrn'torjy And wcran turn out Va.-I inc from ihp thin-lici"-of a Stove Plnle ii (o ununire one IV i r mr!tlii( nml CruHhlttff Workn, nl I.nw KlgiircM. Wcliiive ii n A No. I Model Maker, And "i'l. 'la in linr n;ii !iiiitT(i to hp f-ili-lin-lnry. All kinds of Old Iron Bought. A lew more Shares of the Capital Slock can be had on a pplieal inn lo WIIJ.IA1I I'l I, I. I'll. S,-. ,,.,, ,. ICHWAJtl). IVV I I.I, PAV tlii- nlnvK ri'wiinl l"r Mir ,- j In rli I'll . ii.n unit run V il l Inn lit thiiiiH'ly iii- riirtirn wlin Imvn Iiim'ii pniitv ol'ili iilin-ini: ! Ho' Ini.tlinilm- in iliilrrrni ,;,,n if,,. ,.ii,v. I ISAAC .tl). .Sni'iTvi nr nl Stri'.'l. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. X II E FLOREACB XOISELESS FAMILY SEWING MACHINE IS THE Standard Machine of the WorlcH, Tiir Special Commit to- appointed to examine nnl report on Sewing Machines nt 1 lie A or til Carolina State Fair, held at Itileigli last week, awarded a Gold ilcflal tot' e Florence Sewing- Mncltne for the ease and quietness of itmoremeiKs, perfection and larafc varet y of work, and It a valuable new lialiiren, making ma-king it the most vnlutble Sewing lUacUine for family use. Parties contempliting the pur- ! cliaic of Sewing Machines are re- j quested to read th following from the New York "T lbnne" of Oct. ; 19th, 1870t SEWIXG MACHINES. We have recently hid occasion to make some inquiries into the jrogres of improvement improve-ment in the mcchanismof sewing mnchines, and were not a little girprised to learn that the central idea in the first invention the shuttle still hold? it place, though many attempts hare boon nade to supercede it. The shuttle, in combimtion with the needle, is still the means used n form the stitch, in the leading machines, aid we find that the growth of trade is chiefiy with the shuttle using machines. The improvement? that aro takin? firm hold in practical use ars therefore, necessarily necessa-rily in cjnnection with the shuttle, either in the detail of tht shuttle itpelf, or io other parts of the machine connected with it, to cause tne whole to operate more perfectly and uniformlj, and to simplify its use. M-ny important gab. in this direction, nmdesince the first greit invention, are undoubtedly un-doubtedly embodied in the "Florence" ma-chide: ma-chide: and we recom:nend our render!! to carefully inspect the " -Florence" before raa-kine raa-kine a choice. The points peculiar to t hi much inc are : An unusual nmount of money is srcnt in maKinir the "Florence," thereby securing the best material 'steel, for instance, where others use ca.n-iron and the i nest finish of important parts ahe shuttle, f r exaninl.-, beins rigidly rejected if it varies from tho ptftnd.ird l-iwMh of an inh ! It i- constructed con-structed on thcsimp!es,i scientific principle-, entirely dipen-ing with the c?-, nnd cujj. and link- wnich en often pet pervcr.-ely out of order and eorcly perplex every one but the practiced iiiHchini-t by their unaccountable unaccount-able l're;iks. The "Florence' is eirily inanaeed, Hnd i t j- uce m readily learned", that aa ordinary girl of ten ha- -en-o and muscle enough to run it j.f rl'ccUy. Tdc loek-iU'Ch.n-jua-.ic by the "Florence" i. very iind is drawn into the fabric evenr1 w--uallv, exac ly. without .ivrkiuir, and without eaii-ing the seam to pucker, or straining tho thread ?o a to endanger i;; breaking ; consequently, con-sequently, veiy fine tnrcndd and lig:ii labric? can be u-ed. liesidej thi-. the ' Florence" 'in al! huL the cheapen style-") ftl?o make three additi"B;il etitchei a double lock, a single knot and a double knoi whi h are struniar wild mora ela-tic than any other stitch, and which are made by no other machine. ma-chine. 1 be " Fior iH'e" i-the ouly wach ne that h a rever-iole ed, whereuy the direction di-rection of tho tewing can be instantly changed without .-tupping tho work, thu etinb ing the operator to t n i 1 1 or embroider with unu.Miai facility, to scv backward und easily streugl hen a team wherever dc-ired, and, finally, by a few repeated stitehe-, to fasten ends in the iuicke-t nntl struuee-t way. It iu the only machine that has j.-tdf-aJju-tmg .-buttle-thread tension, which W'rk- -o purfe-tly that the operator can run arrosj. the caviest ncum ;.Ld ew the tint-it linen and the thickest broitdcloth in innuo-duie innuo-duie -ncct--i.n wit hunt broking the thread and without changing tin; needle, etitch or ten-ion. The "Florence" draws the thrend into the cloth with unoquaU i precision Mid certainty, by wean-' ot au ingenious uu loin lo-in at ie "take-up" wheel, which di-pose o' the slack thread left alter the titch lMlb an accurate pi om pt ne- that prevents all Mnrl-ing Mnrl-ing or dropping of etitche.-, and slluw.s the operator to backward, or to run off the clninandon itgmn, with perfect impunity. It hiu tin unproved elastic heinmer, exclusively exclu-sively it- own, which munngi d with eau. and will make a hem of nriy width any material It not only inakea a perfect gat hT and.-ewit to a band at one operation, but it hem?, and hiuds, mid felif. and uuills, and or-iu, and tncus, ti'id calheii, and braid' without b:i-tinki. hiuii special pn.visi. in i-madc i-madc atca n-t iujuriou? wear that the "Florence" "Flor-ence" i- claimed and guaruntued by tlic(.Vm-p.iny tlic(.Vm-p.iny to last twice as i"iig without repair as any other phut tie luachino in tho market, without the lik'lne-t dillirulty. Kvory part ol tho "Floreiieo" i- so purleclly and perina-uenily perina-uenily ud)nir., and it ha- so lew joints and point- of Iriction, that ii runs with tho ut-in-i-t disc. 'j'be needle i crt and threaded, and the Mit'di i- lcngthcnci, rdiorteiicd, or reversed with thu ul-m ul-m im I cn-c. In u-ing the "Fl' renco" neither the work nor tho npcrut ir's dre it li.iblu to bo poilct. Tho "Florence" with all tht claim- to Mipcriority, nells al tho same prp e as other lir.-t-cbiss machine:. 'Hu-lo advuu- tihcrnlity in manufacture; Mmplieiiy of cn.'truct ion; Facility of in a na em en t : Variety of st I lichee; Heversiblc feed; elf-adjusting ten-Ion; Automatic take-upr Improved hemni'r; VroviMitti agntn-1 wear; Perfect and pp i mauont adjust incut : Fusy regulation of needle and sliteli; Clcanliiii -- mill eh o;i n -n; The lira ii ly and hitch tin is h of Ihc machine; MhUp l 1m.- -ri..r. I. ,:. iM ..d urutuly M...k- itir. u machine w Inch U be aim d, iircd.i hut to hu tried. No family can iillord to bo without nir-im- machine, and wo hope tlmi bctorn long one may he liuiid wherever "The Tribune" ij welcome. TO THE LADIES Of Mil II I. n Lr 1 1 , n ntl t h roiiKh nut lite Terrlt oilr of I tali, Iiln lir. iI mil n 111 n ltd V niniii(, r nxloiiil 11 r-nnlml i ll V il III il. to rail nl cmr fillicc, mid nvnmiiin tlio Morom n Kiimlly .ewinp; AJichitu whether ile-ftiKiiinej ile-ftiKiiinej iininodiiito ptirchiisi' nr imt i( iMMrlni!iiir"5ft n ud id iMi -u n1 1 snhril. l(m cxiuniimli'Mi iuhI cmmi nristin, 'e lm (1 on rliildLi("ii, in nnlnr t In niorp Mii-'ily to o.vptuin niinH nl' uillitronro, in w liiidi wo clniiii siiinrii)rity, tho liin-(diinps liin-(diinps of 1 iirimi nitihors. iiu liiilinr; llie (irnviT A; HmK'T, Singer Hnd WhoHfr-tV: WhoHfr-tV: 'iKiti. In niiiKiiiir 1 m 1 1 i:itiiiuiri--nti, no iiiifnir nd unlnt; will In1 taken nf rival nnu'liitie bill en Ihc cunlrnry Ihi'S- will In- kept ly a rninpuliil ina-elii'nUt. ina-elii'nUt. iii ll.) h".-l. of rimiiini: nnlur, Iftniiio pl'llumi nwjiiirn at- frmpj tn nni;i-in'or nni;i-in'or n )iir,niiioii 0. 1 CHAS. S, HAMMER, S Ir I.AKM (JITY, liTAll. Z. C. SV3. S. HOME MANUFACTURE! We havo bought out tbestock and machinery f the "BIG BOOT" ESTABLISHMENT, And can now supply a firat class article of HOME MADE BOOTS AND SHOES Warrauted Superior to Imported f Goods. THE SALESROOM Is arranged for the special comfort and convenience con-venience of Ladies who wish to Pnrsliase or Me Fitted to Oraer. RHOE FINDINGS In full stuck for trade use- Alao, LE T 3E3C E3 ! LEATHER, LEATHER, Of all kinds on band. Be sure nnd notice the Sign. of the " BIG BOOT." H.B. CLAWSON 8uoc. GIANTPOWDER Proof of Its 8npertorlty for Blasting PurpoBtn. (Sol drs Chabkit Mi.vfso Oimpant,! ISilTer City, Idaho, Oct-18, K7u. J j Messrs. Bandmann, Xeilpon 3c Co-, Aseoia Giant Ponder C., Sun Fruncisco, CaL: Dkar Stbs: In reply to your late faror, I dive you the following n eult of niy working here: The cost of drifting, which cost under un-der th old Ftein of mining here. MU per font, with the single hand eytetn of working and Giant Powder I have reduced to a cost of per foot, and when under the old system sys-tem but one foot per day waa driven, my men are 1 en-ily making one and n half feet. I'nder the old system wincing '5 feet square) ob por f'-ot, enme is now costing me VJ-t.To per fot with the fume ditierciK-e in time as hhown in drifting. Under the oldnyetcui, our mine could never ; bo made to yild exceeding 40 tons per month ; with flisnt Hwder nnd inEr'.e hand irilline. I am now furnishing monthly tons at a reduced c?t of at lea?t ''-r z per ctnt le.".-' per ton than under the old system. In conclu-in will state that the neighboring neighbor-ing mines, Ida Klmore and Oro Fino, infln-em infln-em ed by results in the Golden Chariut mine, huve adopted ringle hand drilling and Giant Puwdrr, to the utter exclusion of dp-.ibie hand work, large drill:1 nnd common blasting powder. In corrnhorati-.n of re.-uit.-' in Golden Gol-den fhariot mine. I refer you to the President Presi-dent and UnHrd of Trustee, re.-ident in your city. Yours, re-pet fully. BiViWrJ-ionnf tr.-o,- - a-aac u Mii II ISK Grocery Department, ZIDN'S CO-OPERATIVE MERCANTILE IHSTITU'N. j H. B. CJwsoN', Sunt 3HQTELC0DKING STGVES "o. 12 Complete, For Sale at ni-ett & lloffimiu's, OpiiOMlte Salt Luke Ilonne. Main St. H. WALLACE, MAMTACTUKKR OF PURE CANDIES SURPRISE BOXES AND POP-COllI IiAOH keeps supplied with IIIKMlfcs, LEJIOX, NITS, FANC Y (.llOCF.IUKS, h.MOKKI) TOMU K.S, UULUUNA C.llSACKS, &e. CONFECTIONERY, PIES, PASTRY, Fiin't Fi-fKh lSroiid. ARf NOW OPP.X AT t'KV'.KK, Salt Luku County, LEIII mid I'LKASANT OKOVK, Utah (Jountj. A. M. ill .i.'-RR, ?nPl. THEODORE LDBBE, 1 1 II nnufneturer nf LADIES'! FANCY FURS F.nit Trwplf Strcrt, At Florcni'O Sywinc "Jiii-hinp Snlc.troiiui, (ipl'OBile iSnIt Luke tlouxe, tlnf ou hand nnd fr s.do n tine a-ortinent of HOME-MADE LADIES' FURS Nlll'U QS f t 1 11 H n ud Alitftkn mink, Krmlnr, lilnrhlllnM, It iiHuInn Nitilrrcl. Alrnknn, 1'rril n Iu l, I krniir r, It r I in n r r, It iimwIii u nirf Frrurli l otiry, Vhi h T fttrr -it pvcrcdttiffly low prho. All roihIh warranted u roorosrntfd or lnoney rrluriiM. J.ndir!"' 1'urs of 11 uv dt-sori plion tnnrUi to order in n rrorUninnlikp iminnor .ioii iiOrso!s (KJDKN HTATIOX. KriM lor iaIo Ihr Icndiilit nni -pn p'1" perio-llral, Horn nil purl of Ihoeouulry, Si rreoncopid Views l inountnin prrmry nnd obie( t ol inlcift on tho gn-at Imnsoonti-nt-nlal raitn .v. I'li.-I . a pb ' '( Irvidiim u, Stationery, Fruit. Citndit.it Ac, Ac-Till.. Ac-Till.. HALT I.AKK. AH.V IIKHA1.I Can nlirnyi bo lind nt Mpw, land, I A H E W S UPPLY of tho celebrity! wacons pry?: . rr , h HAH JTJ9T ARRIVED. Knbraciog heary and li-hi FARM AND KANYON WAQONS 'i lie faTorit-XD faTorit-XD C l. IVX O 1ST X nnd otner liciit erlNG WAGONS, Very desirable for Family use, ' ' -- t The 8tndeiatter Wiitron aro manHfacturwl out of the very bet materialn by the init corupetent mechaHic's in the country, and are WARRANTED P1RSTCLASS. VOR SALB AT CHEAP BATES. JOJI.VT. CAIE, Agent, Salt Lake Herald Office. More of tlie War! IN PEACE PREPARE FOR WAR! (9et yoar Guna, Pietols, Ballet. Shot, Fishing Fish-ing lackle, and everything nececsary for defence or for sport. Also, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Spur?, Ac, for raeing or riding, from JAMES HAGUE, Sim of the Big Gun, East Temple street. C. U. Bi.3TT. (i. F. KOTtXAS. ' BJSSETU HOFFMAN HARDWARE STORE All kiD-is 01 HEAVY HARDWARE, Iron and Nteel, ; Stoves and Tin Vare BLACKSMITH TOOLS, Af;ricitltural Implements Auil Jtlinlng Tools, At Lowest Rates. OPPOSITE SALT LAKE HOl'SE. PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS. ELIASON &," HAUERBACH, Next Door East of the Herald, Are workmen who not onlv rer-air Watches and Clock?, but will make Watches to order in any deired etyle, or any prt of them, from a pivot or pinion to an entire Watch. Wark Kx rented on Moderate Terms. Wf.l. H. H. SHARP, Ee si dent Dentist, SALT LAKK CITY. T r r T 1 1 Frrtrn n, to n full ot iucrtrd rr I Hl "'lil. Plstin. Silver. Ai.i-I Ai.i-I III nartntine. ln.ie nnd Vulcani.rd Kvihher. from to SUXl per full eet. and .st- i?l'rtctiin suiu-antecd in sll ca.es. Teetll Filled with Gold and Wr-vanted. Wr-vanted. Tcetlt Kxtracted wlthoitl I'alil. KKICK--Fir!t door nut of Doneret Xen! SHAVING & HAlli-niU'.SSlXG SALOON. JOHN SQUIRES & SONS, KAST TKMPI.K HTHKKT, Fint doorpouthof Hp. llunter's rrcidrnoo. Kor Outtiun and Uriuir Ladio' nnd Children' Chil-dren' lliiir. JI,MKA('TVKI) 1 1 A I H . livery dof oription f Hir Work made to order. A mmulily liitdim' Swilolios on h nd. tl)iiniNrn(nl Ilftlr Work. Lndiiv' nnd tleiil lemon V Mt,di (lunrds, ItrmM'U'l.", K inc-. N roUlnms. ,Vo m.iili' tii onli-r. 2D finn rotrjNro U.UUUlRONAND STEEL At liasNrlt X lloflinaus. FURNITURE dealer All kinds of IMPORTED FURNITURE OonstMtlvon hand at the8alMr. EAST TEMPLE. J Hverjr description of HOME-MADE FURNITURE At the Factor, - an.J S.leeroom. l.t South SWSalt Uk.'Cl corriug PLAIN and ORNAMF-, . l ' otoct. SOUTHKBj MAIL&EXS Carrying the U. S. Hall, And. Wells, Fargo O. Eipri)t Tke undersigned ii now runinr 1 J)t, line ef Stage te PROVO & F1LLV10RE, On and after loth, iSTtieuses irill run on alternate daysfor Meadow Valley, Sta-District and St. Georje. Conneeiions made with stes for Tlntie and Se-rler Mine, ?antte and Arizona. Good Meals and accominolatiois all t-.rt the Jine. Time to tit. Ueorge ad Valley Mines, 3 days, 10 boors. - HUGH WHITE Prop. Office at Wells, iireoiC. . C. F. SMITH, General Agent. . ( WELL. 13IG-GING, ......william'. f. calion, EXPKRIKXCED WELL-DLtGER, m Hock we-t and two outh of 11th ffri echool-h'juje, wii! dig Wll t order on 'at shortest notice and in patis factory srjie. Produce Departm't, E. o. m. 1 EsTE-ixci - WEST E5D ESfPORM Bl'ILDISGS. orposite Meat Markt. are eoniuntlj Bn.uig aidSeliinx Hides, Wheat, Barley, Oats, Onions, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, AID ALL KIXD9 OF PRODtTK, For ivhich the Highest Mart: P- will bp paid. H. B. CHWSOSi Snpt. BATHS, BATHS! Warm Sprin? Baths ! Private and Plunge, Thpe cletd ar open to tb pci: f.onj. Thr irwiieiaaJ praTUM r .' Lnownth.it it is ceiif t c numeral its Bwi,ltj the PriTute B.ith. th Urjf unl kI ly furnislied Plunge Bath?, for U'.hu UeutlQien srv no u)-en. . - 11. AKAtLD "TJuquestiona'bly tho best snstaise4 Trrk of the kind in the World," Harper's Magazine NOTICKS Of TBK 'o more dcliFutUil travels art print" the KurHh lanKuste than appear t'' uallr in IIarpkk'p M a (i 1 ; 1 n k . 1 ey ar r with ennal interest and jalisiaetioa y NJ of every (rradc from eighteen to e:tat7; seientiiie .,ier?. while suSciently prv':e'- to demand the attention ol" the Icartea. yet adminihly ad.ij'tdi to tht roruIr tandinr. and deunAl ai ujueh to i -- correct mtorusation conccrninr currcn: f- entitic discovery j it could be it , orcau ot" the '"cHvietT u-t the Pica?!. j I I'seful Knowledce."' The irreat H rpkr's 10 (rive (orrrot interrat'i,B vttiional auaiiMiiient to the crMt ru-, ihe people. J here are frw in tcilil'J11 K icitn t;unilio. in which U sr r f M V"1. wculd not he :n npprc-iated aiu bip-" conieeutt. There is no mcnihly -M- an intelhcent rca iine family can If le be wiih.mt. Many MajaiiBW w mulated. IUbpfr's is edited. P,.re'i.I, a Macarin that is printed whwa more intell'jtcnl pain expended oar'.( o 1 r s a n -i mechanic. ex cc u 1 1 c :i ' , ' A 1 not a oheapur Mnicume publisoefl- ; 01 cont'osrdlv. a more popular M the world New KujiLuid Hoinif- A( It if one of ihe wonder? of hMirinl1;, ditoriivl uianajoment of Haaris-Nation, Haaris-Nation, N. V. SUBSCRIPTIONS.-1M1. Term 1 . y U.VKPKK'S AlAUAtlMC, Ollf TWr- ? An Kxtra Ccpy nf either the M Wvmi.v, .r H-.k will he rr"lM tor every t'Uib ot Fnv M earh, in ope r nuttHii e: or, Ml ?-V ', without extra cepr. Sul.cnptioB to r v'1-n W i;kwi . Hnd IN,. 1J one adire year. 10 i ; or. t ol H ai per t " to one .idtiiv lot one : esr, lX UaeW Nanibei-s eaa be upvlid ' v A Oiuplrte Set of !! r.rrR sfo;'l",.i How r.MvpiiMnf 41 ohinu-, mdinu. will be sent hy ep' f ;f. ( expense 01 purchaser. Im -' r,rj't ' S.nslo olume, h iua.1. f"1 l , " Colli .r binUin. cenis1? pw, ,,,,( , The iutt'n llnm Nu;i!'?hi Cent? a ) eai, whirh miiH I'1 lu ftiibr po'l-ortier-. AilJrr v .