|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
PEOPLE'S VERDICT! Over Half a Million Sold and in Use 4,000 Made and Sold Per Week. i S I N a E R ' &' :N"KW IMPROVED .SILENTI ' - amily Sewing Machines, AKIj TIIK IS I : ST IV THE WORLD, Because nil of them are in constant use, while a ver.r large proportion of other makes are jiot used, owing to their being partially or utterly impracticable. THE SINGER NEW FAMILY MACHINE Has been brought to perfection, regardless of time, labr or espeawi, and is now incomparably the best sewing machine in exifitenee. It is Simple, Compact, Durable, Beautiful, Quiet, Liglii-Runniug, and capable of performing a range and variety of work never before attempted ' upon a single machiue ; using either Silk, Twist, Linea or Cotton thread, and sewing with equal facility the very finest and coarsest materials, er anything between the two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. The Tew Improved Attachments for Hemming, (any width) Braiding, Emdroidering, Magic Kuffline, Gathering, Gathering and sewing on (at the same time Self-Sewing, Cording, Tucking, Quiltine, Felling, TnmmiHg.Binding.et., are novel and practicable, and have been invented and adjusted especially for this machine. Folding Tops and Cabinet Cases. 'ew designs of the unique, useful and popular Folding Tops and Cabinet Cases, peculiar to the Singer Machine, in every variety of wooa, sueh as Black Walnut, Mahogany, Rosewood, Satmwood, and from the plainest to the most elaborate pattern and finish. The Midlines themselves are plain er highly ornamented with pearl and gold to correspond with their tables or eabinets. In the Singer the work is fed or passed through the Machine in the natural direction, namely, from the operator, permitting her to sit in a natural and healthy position. In many other Machines the work passes from right to left, or the reverse, compelling the operator to sit in a bent and unhealthy pnsitiem-, ' and thus causing weakness of the back, etc. The Singer uses a SHORT STRAIGHT NEEDLE, whiek is not liable to break or miss the stitch. Many other machines use a long erooked needle whien is liable to break and to miss the stitch. In the Singer Machine the Shuttle is carried, thus avoiding nearly all wear. It requires NO OIL, and does not soil the thread er goods. Other machines drive their shuttles, in a race, thus causing great wear, and requiring oil, soiling the thread, and goods. On the Singer, the Tension on both the upper and lower threads is absolutely abso-lutely under the" ready control of the operator, thus rendering the maehine always available for good sewing, which is not the ease with any ether. Many so-called cheap machines are really worthless, and so are many of their new peculiarities and supposed advantages. . ; The SINGER is the OLDEST PRACTICAL SEWING MACHINE, Being about twenty years in the market. Having beea onstamiy ' improved by the employment of the most skilled ingenuity of the age ana unlimited un-limited capital, it is now divested of all unnecessary parts and possesses U the Very Latest Inventions and Improvements. It is the enly Machine sold on Honest Claims, as all its parts are Practical and will do all that is claimed for them. Some other Machines are Greatly Complicated, to do Useless and Silly things, and thus are rendered Liable to Constant Derangement. Derange-ment. The Singer Seldom or Never gives trouble, but is readily and easily managed by those who utterly fail on other Machines. SINGER'S NEW MANUFACTURING MACHINES Claim the same advantages over others of their elass ad the new Family Machine. Ma-chine. These old and well-tried Sewing Machines are applicable to all kinds of lieavy and light manufacturing in Cloths, Leather &c, and run in the most perfect and reliable manner without trouble to the operator. Without any previous advertisement, the Demand for the SINGER ' MACHINE is so Great that we have been, unable to retain ey en on Machine to exhibit. ALL SOLD, but A LARGE NUMBER ARE NOU ON THE WAY from New York, and WILL ARRIVE IN A EEW DAYS ! They will consist of the Different Varieties made by the Singer Manufacturing Manufactu-ring Company, and we shall sell at Eastern Prices, with addition of Freight only. To accommodate parties who cannot pay all down, we wiU sell en EASY MONTHLY INSTALMENTS So that all may possess one of these Blessing. For the convenience of our Patrons we have engaged the services of a gentle man who has had twenty years experience and is one of the most skillful experte in the world in repairing and adjusting Sewing Machines. He will pnfc eaea Machine in complete and practical running order before it leaves the Institution Institu-tion and will also impart to purchasers all needful instruction, so that they ean j at once commence work. We resort to no trickery whatever to sell Sewing Machines, but eWow their Great Merits to recommend them. We can do this, as the demand for them is so great that although the Singer Company make more than all other first-class companies combined, they cannot nearly fill their ondcre, and are compelled to still extend their Gigantic Works. Having been so fortunate as to sceure the GENERAL CENTRAL. AGENCY For this Territory, we extend a cordial invitation to all to eeme and see these Machines, whether they wih to buy or not. See ell others, but do vet buy without you examine the Singer I We Guarantee Every Slaicliinc AVe Sell To give Entire Satisfaction. THE SINGER BUTTON-HOLE MACHINE Is the only Practical one in the World. ; Other Sowing Machines Repaired on Eeasonable Terms. MACHINES FOR SALE AT THE RETAIL DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ZION'S CO-OPERATIVE MERCANTILE INSTITUTION. II. R. CLAWSON, Sup!.. C. S. I. WILLISTON'S CELEBRATED COMBED SEAISLAND SIX CORD SPOOL COTTON. Will be ol wholesale nnd retail, at i Z. C. M. I, TWO SPOOLS GIVEN AWAY For every one not entirely iati.-faciory. CITY LIQUOR STORE, Keep constantly on hand, Wholesale ami Retail, Choice Imported LIQUORS AND WINES, At Lowest Rates. GROESBKCK'S BUILDINGS, East Temple Street. SUSTAIN HOME MANUFACTURE ! The Best and tile Cheapest ! Have You Tried Tlieinl ANTI-DYSPEPTJC, oa COMPOUND BONESET PILLS. Home-made and purely Tegetable. Twenty-fivecents per box Twenty fire Pills. Warranted to give satisfaction. They relieve Jaundice, Dyppepnia, Indigestion, Indiges-tion, Liver Complaint, iieadaohe, Lo?s of Appetite and Foul Stomach, will break up Coldd, Fevers, Cough., and Purity the Blood. They will Clean?e the Stomach, Renovate the System, and dispel Disease Are (food in all caaes where Phytic is needed. Try a box. Yon will like them, and never want any other sort. They are Tonic, Cathartic and Expectorant. Expec-torant. OPT1IALM1C HALSAM, Or Eye Hnlui. Valuable in mo3t Diseases of tho Byes. Removes Re-moves Inflammation. Strcngi lienJ the. Sign t, and Weak or Drooping Lius, and ie generally healing and Ptreupthening to the Fight, but causes no pain. It is also good for Tetter, Ringworm and bad Sore?. Only Twenty-five Cents per Box. oorvrtLirv sala k. A valuable remedy for Cutf. Brunei?, Wouiidn, Sores, Burns. Scald, and for Weuk or Lame Lack, Side or Breast, and for many other U!The-e and other home-made family medicines medi-cines are prepared by J. E. JOHN SON, St. George, I'tah, And sold at Zinn'fl Co-operative Stores and by other agents throughout the Territory. Also sold at wholesale or lurni-bed on coin-mission coin-mission to responsibleaeents. If these mi-d-icines are not kept at your stores, aak your merchant to order them at once. 'A Complete Pictorial Hiatory of the Times." "The best, cheapc-Ht and moat ftuc-cexkful ftuc-cexkful Kamlly Paper in the Union. " Harper's "Weekly. Splendidly llinatratcd. Notices of the Pret. The model newspaper of our couutry. Complete in all the departments of an American Amer-ican family ppr. Harper's Weekly hu earned for itself a right to Uj title. "A Jour , nil of Civilization." N. V. Evening Post. The beat publication of it clas in America, Ameri-ca, and so firahead of all other weekly jonr-nal? jonr-nal? as nt to permit of any comparison between be-tween it and any of their number. It columns col-umns contain the finest collections of reading matter that are printed. '' ' Its illustrations illustra-tions arn numerous and beautiful, btinj furnished by the chief artist of the country. Boston. Traveler. Harper's Weekly is the be-t and mot Id tereting illustrated newspaper. Nor duen its value depend on its illustration alone, lie reading matter is of a high order of merit varied, instructive, entertaining and unexceptionable unex-ceptionable N. Y. Sun. SUBSCRIPTIONS.---181 1. Terma: Harper's Weekly, one year H.0O An extra cony of either the Maoaztni;, WkkkM", or Bazar, will be supplied grati" for every Club of live subscribers at 34. each, in one remittance: or, Six copies for $J0.00, without extra copy. oub'oriptions to Harper V Magazine. Weekly and Bazar, to one addrefft foroneyear, 8)').(jt; or, two of Harper's periodicals to oi add re for one year, b.. 00. Back numbers can be supplied at any tiiae. The Annual volumes of Harper's Weekly, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by ex-pren, ex-pren, free of expense, for 87. fx) each. A complete set, comprising Fourteen Volume, sent on receipt of cnh at the rate of &"." per Yol., f'r-igh nt expense of purchaser, Volume XIV. ready Jnnmrrlit, 1S71, Th poatnge on Harper's Weekly itt twenty cents a year, which must be naid at tho subscriber's sub-scriber's post oflica. Address IIARPKK A. 1IKOTIIKHN, New York, An Ovcr-Doclored World. All (trout, pbypicinns ft'lmil Hint tho wnrld ixiovcr-iluctort'd with TiolontdruK,. In fiurefl i iiifJit'C.tinn, billiouHni'Sri, ('uintiitation, win'l oulic, dinrrliit'ii, anil othor cmmil or cvi-n clironii; allci't.inn of tlio .Inioaoh, livor find IjnwcK all Unit in needed to re.Murr llio reKUlur ai'l.mn ot llio ilifnnUired orrnliH, in a doxe nr t wo (il T A RB A VT'fl l' a-1 a-1 f'.H' 'K NT HKr.TV.KH At'KIUKST, tllO nU'td"ll- cioiiH iind liiuiiili'CH iMliriliiiro, UxatWeand ilU:rallva in tlie whnlo ruliao nl mndii-inul rciiiiiilicri. It in .tiirii-iout lor tin) ilrfmgt'Mt, imnot Ininn tlio wnkMHt, and iininodiiitl rt;lif!vu- tlir niiiica wliii'U ordimiry t'a.1 halio Hlfcrarnto. SOI.n l!Y AI.Ii DIUinoiKTS. ' Z. C. M. I. Clothing Departm't FKEiSH IKKIYALS Of New Goods in Fall and WINTER SUITS! OVEKCOATS, CAPES, TALMAS Military Clothing;, cc. AIo a FtM Variety of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS Gents', Ladies' and Hoys' BOOTS fc SHOES Uentft' Youths' and Roys' I1ATX and CAPS. TRUNKS in all styles anl quiilitio!. Yai.inm iind Car pkt Saks. Carpets, Matting, Floor Cloths Wall Paper and Decorations. Always on hnn'l nii'l fr fnlf hj tlio yunl, a , large clock of Frenclt find F.njrlUh Clmrrci, Pnmkhiii, llenvrm, MUKtry Clollix, 1 Home M1 Twrflt A.". SUITS MADE TO ORDER ! Jntltimen'fl Clnthlnir, or Military fMiiif, mndo to ortlrr in tlm Newest Stylo ol KuMin or tlio nliorlnut noliro. iirrt-olHi! i'it unit WorktnnnMhtp (Jitnrtintrr'l. MILITARY TRIMMINGS J IN Ulir.AT vaiiiktv: 1 II. H. CLAWSON, Si'tT. TRUCKEE AND SALT LAKE LumberYard One Block South of I-'- U. C, PASSENGER DEPOT. LumTDer! V Of all widths and lengths. Utah Common $32.50 per M Truckee " rough.... 40.00 " Truckee2dolear, " .... 50.00 " Trucke 1st " " .... 60.00 " TRUCKEE SHINGLES t4.5tj per M. A No. 1 Bawed, $5.50 per M. LATH S, A No. 1, clear sugar pine (;xl l inch) Four feet lengths, Sl.W per M. sn:in:A valley Sugar Pine, Clear Seasoned MOULDINGS Tngned Ac iroovel FLOORING, CEILING. SIDING, COUNT Kit TOPS EXTRA AVIDi:, Rustic and Moulded Battens, v., DOORS, DOORS, KM 1", M. 2 K.. TYith nj without Koilwood 1'nni'lf. Sasli Doors, (Single and 1'oublo) PRIMED, GLAZED &UNQIAZED. All yiiic.n uDii.ttuutly on tmml. Kxda iws8 made promptly toordrr. D, W. PARKHURST, Irorlclor. WANT ICO : Barley, Flour, Butter &. Eggs, In largn iuanlitioM, DUNFORD SONS IMPORTERS AND JOBBKKS IN Boots, Shoes iHats .At the sign of the MAMMOTH SHOE AND HAT STORE " EAST TIS1IJL32 STIiEET. GRAIN WANTED! Zion'sCooperative Mercantile Institution coiirailiuis And the Trade generally. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS! EAGLE EMPORIUM, (Up Stairs.) ' ' ' ' WINTER GOODS! Long- Shawls, Nubias, Hosiery, Single Shawls, Hoods, cloves, Children's Shawls, Scarfs, Flannels, Ulankeis, Counterpanes, Jeans, Cassiineres, Linsej s, DOMES iSC GOODS IN FULL SUPPLY JS USUAL Hoots Sr, Shoes, K libbers & Arctics, illen's, Hoys and Children's. Hats. It E T AIL Dry Goods Department. This Department is in regnlar receipt ef NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, iouons, t ancy 1 riiniuiugs, etc. A large invoice of WINTER SHAWLS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, SCARFS, ARABS, &e. New and Fashionable Styles now on exhibition. Repellants, for Ladies Winter Suits, CLOAKS; FURS, Single, in Petts, or made to ordw at low prices. Full Mock of CARPETS, DAMASKS, RUES, TABLE CLOTHS, &C, &.C. In great varietr. H. B. Clawson, Supt. PIONEER STEAM WOOD WORKING COMPANY. W. IT. FOI.SOM, TllOS. I.AT1MER. Geo. Romnft, G II. Tatlor. FOLSOffl, ROMNEY & CO., (SontU Temple Street, on block weft of the Tabernacle,) Having added to their already extensive stock of Machinery, are ow prepared to furnish all articles in their line, first class article, at greatly reduced rate, I'rom the best lumber produced in our own mountain home. We have a completo set of Ssb and Boor Machinery, by whith we ca fill hirjre or small orders with creat dispatch. SASBB- AM PMS We publish a list of eiios of Poors and Windows which are always kept on hand. Lip or check rail nash and all kinds and sire of doors made to order: Sash Sizes. PoorSic.s. . 8x10 windows, -2 ft i in'x S ft 9J in 2 ft S in by 6 ft 6 in 10x12 " 2 101 x 4 6 2 S " 10x14 " 2 10 x5 2 . 2 10 " 6 .10 10x16 " 2 10 x "i 10 Sfeet " ' lect JSliml,' Frames a ml 3Ioullins. Rolling and Stationary Slat Blinds made to order to fill all kinds of openings. open-ings. Poor and Window Finmos, plain and panuclcd. Having ene ot Fay f spl-Midid No 1 moulding machines we can furnish every variety of Mouldings. WOOD TUKIG. We have a No. 1 Turning Lathe, and have engaged l'icd. Fluster, lbs best turner in the Territory, and will funiUi turning of all descriptions, ineiU-ding ineiU-ding wheel bends, chairs, bedsteads, and nil kinds ol wood tinning st low rates. I.ATKST lMI'KOVKI) MATlll ' Kli Y. Our nmeliinery is the verv best that could bo puivhassd in the bast. eMi-nisting eMi-nisting of a No. 1 l'laner nnd Matcber, lor sui lacing lumber and tongumg n1 grooving tlooring; n l'nnicls Fluner, lor planing lumber out of wind; Jenen-ing Jenen-ing Muchitioj a heavy power iMoitisiug Machine; machines tor ra. 'biting, plowing, making sash, doors, blinds nnd mouldings. As a great variety of work can be done on iheo machines, it gives us great advantage contracting and building. V. II. FOI.SO.M ntlends to (be building dcvartmcul, and being n exin'iienccd aivbilecl, nnd having on hand nil tho latest nivbiieetuml werls, l prepared to make plans, specifications, dctnils, and contract lor bnildings of i' kinds. . . . Tho kM linn of J,. I 77.1 l.'K ,1- TAYI.OK ba ebarge f toe machine dcparimcnt and ill connection with tho above machinery rnn a iet ot em-"lr saws, and nro proparod to rip boards, plank, pieki'ts, fence rails, !rip A'C. . o'1- All who intend to beautify, improve and build up, and want cheap "' g work, call on I, o. ltox arm. Folsoiu, Rouiuoy tfc Co.