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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
BETAIL DBY GOODS DEPARTMENT. H..C. M. I. We have just received a fine and very choice selection of this season's Winter DEESS Goods! In the most approved PLAIDS, REPPS, MOHAIRS. .MERINOS, DELAINES, CASHMKT! iOh " - " ' AND DRESS FLANNELS. We arc the sole agents: Cor the consolidated Pacific & Mission Woolen Manufactures Consisting of BLANKETS, TWEEDS, RUGS and FLANNELS, offered at prices unequaled in this city. ' KID GLOVES The largest and finest stock ever offered in this city. LADIES' HATS Just a low of the newest styles. PARIS PRINTS Made expressly for us in latest designs. IS. B. CLAW SON, Supt. PIONEER STEAM WOOD WORKING COMPANY. W. H. Folsom, , - Thos. Latimer. Geo. Romney, - - G H. Taylor. FOLSOM, R01NEY. & CO., (South Temple Street, one block west of the Tabernacle,) , Having added to their already extensive stock of Machinery, are now prepared to famish all articles in their line, a first class article, at greatly reduced rates, from the best lumber produced in our own mountain home. We have a complete set of Sash and Door Machinery, by which we can fill large or small orders with great dispatch. SASH' .'AND MS - We publish a list of sizes of Doors and Windows which are always kept on hand. Lip or cheek rail sash and all kinds and sizes of doors made to order : - Sash Sizes. -' Door Sices. 8x10 windows, 2 ft 4 in x 3 ft 9i in 2 ft 6 in bv 0 ft 6 in . 10x12 " 2 101- x4 6 2 8 11 6 8 10x14, " 2 10J- xo 2 2 U " 6 10 10x16 " 2 TO x5 10 3 feet " 7 feet. Blinds, Frames and Mouldings, j Rolling and Stationary Slat Blinds made to order to fill all kinds of cpea-ings. cpea-ings. Door and Window Frames, plain and panneled. Having one of Fay's splendid No-1 moulding machines we can furnish every variety of Mouldings. WOOD TURNING. We have a No. 1 Turning Lathe, and have engaged Fred. 1'hinter, the best turner in the Territory, and will furnish turning of all descriptions, including inclu-ding wheel heads, chairs, bedsteads, and all kinds of wood turning at low rates. LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY.' Our machinery is the very best that could be purchased in the East, consisting con-sisting of a No. 1 Planer and Matcher, for surfacing lumber and tonguing and grooving flooring ; a Daniels Planyr, lor planing lumber out of wind ; a 'lenon ing Machine; a heavy power Mortising Machine; machines lor rabbiting, plowing, making sash, doors, blinds and mouldings. As a great varietyof work can be done on tbee machines, it gives us a great advantage in contracting and building. AV. H. FOLSOM attends to the building department, and being an experienced architect, and having on hand all the latebt architectural works, is prepared to make plans, specifications, details, and contract lor buildings of all kinds. " Tifo& &rai of LATIMER "& TAYLOR have charge oftne machine department and in connection with the above machinery run a set of circular saws, and are prepared to rip boards, plank, pickets, fence rails, strips kc, lie. All who intend to beautify, improve and build up, and want cheap and good work, call on p. o. Box 366. Folsom, Romney & Co. PRODUCE, PRODUCE Z. C M. I. In order to meet the demands of our numerous customers we will deliver to purchasers all kinds of produce Flour, by the sack or hundred sacks, Wheat, Barley and Oats; Butter, put up in all shapes and in any quantity; . Eggs, by the dozen or hundred dozen. Come on and get supplied. Emporium UuUdiiis, AFcst End. Entrance from First South Street. i . i H. B ' Clawson. Sunt. THE AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT COMPANY'S PAINTS, Embracing over A HUNDRED DIFFERENT SHADES, prepared for ' immediate application and requiring no mixing, jnt received and for wile at the DRUG DEPARTM'NT ' Z. C. TJJ. I. The ingredients of these Paints ,re .implo and indesirugtiblo. The finalities finali-ties with wbieh they recommend themselves arc : Cheapness, durability, snp-rionty snp-rionty of color, an unusually smooth and K,y appearance, less labor required in laying, no trouble of mixing, will stand lire or ruin, and doos not crack or peel off with atmospheric changes, nor chalk off hy friction. Thoy are the best, fheapet, mot durable and must popular Pnini.s in nsc The AVEKILL WJIITK I'ALNT is a ZINC PAINT, eonfaining no ead, and is ot equal superiority and popularity. BRING ALONG YOUR PAINT CANS OPEN AND-pT'RrHASK BY THE GALLON. LJU,HAr, A full line of Foreign, Domestic and Case Liquor. At the Drug Department, Z. C. M. I. H. IS. CliAWSO, Supt. I I MuseuM ANl MENAGERIE. Half a Block West of Prest. Young's .residence. JOILX W. YOUKG, Ksq., Prop. NATIVE BEASTS, BIRDS AIND REPTILES, Wolverines, Bears, Poxes, Monntain Deer, Lynx, Wild Cat, &c, Important colleotioa ot JVatire Minerals! Our mines ihvy speak lor themeolvc.-'. i Our Native Woort, Wool, Bilk, Cot- ! ton an ft Home Manulaclarri I ! THE MAMMOTH ! THB Happy Family, PANORAMA! View, of gait Lake City, I.Anl9n, Pari., Berlin, New York, Niagara, Ac. Admltwion, o eta. Children, 10 " Open .very d.y except Sunil.y, t'rinn 9 a. in. to ." p. in, Fie!inf Time, n . ni. .1.1.. UAHKHOT, Mannurr, H. DINWOODEY, FURNITURE DEALER 1 And " uimio.,sti;ri:i:. ' All kiDci.i of i - ' IMPORTED FURNITURE Dnn.l.Mlv l.n,l i I lt C ileirnnui EAST TEMPLE ST. KCSSaZRvury ili'.-criptlon of HOME-MADE FURNITURE, At the Factory anl Salwroom, lit South St root. Salt Lnlio City. COFFINS, PLAIN unci OHN ADI K, I A L Always in Stock. Z. C. M. I. RETAIL GROCERIES VERY CHEAP! Eldretlrje &. Clawson's Bldg's .-ir i.AKr, rrv. I II. It. CI,.AVS(N, Srrr. JOHN W SHELL i I r r f i f " f ; " ; ! MiinuiHeturer and frenerul Dealer in - Tine ami Coarse Suit, POTTERY, WILLOW-WARE. , MOLASSES, Etc.. Etg Idnlio Store, Revere Ilottue Corner. 50,OOU Rhlneleti, 30,000 J.nth, ' ' ' 8.000 ft Lnmber,''-! iiOi) Cedar Ponta, WOOD AJV'D COAL FOR SALK Will take anything in exchange that I think a percentnge can be realized on, Fuch as riccoud hand Wagons, Chains, Gune, Revohers, and products of the farm and factories. Also for aale. Three Wagons, 150, 5'."O0 k mm draught. Five Acres Land, in Brighton Ward. Half City Lot, in Twentieth Ward. 100 Rod City Lot, in .Sixteenth Ward. half planted with assorted fruit. Small House and piece of city lot, Second Ward. US Acres Grass Land, in Franklin, Cache . Valley. v - - ' Addroti JOIIX W.S.VKLL, Idaho Store. The American Tract Society have appointed CALDER Bh()S. us ageota for th "ale f! I he lir nud rh-im.t Uooln, ardi, Rewards, Ciiftn, dtc.j d:cM tot Sabbath bchools ami Families ttr oifer.-d in (Im mrkot. Oil und 'x;iniin- n:ilit'. tvn an'i pnrv-. . KRKDKK1C K. i-HKAKKR. I ri-trirt f"M"retai j . I I I i jPKWEEES SHORT HOUTf. EAST! ( i( A(;o AM) 0RTH-VVKSTKH.A RAILWAY, Shortest &. iiiick'.st Route OMAHA TO CHICAGO ; , . AMI XI1K E A S rE The Knstcrn Kx press leavos Omnho iliiily iu conuco'ioo wiih trains ot iln-Cculrul iln-Cculrul uinl I'ui'iU 1'ucilio railroadN, nrrivos iu ('liiwg ia Advance of i.ll otlnr routes, thun ioBiii inj; ci'iniecliotif wi'h all linen Kast. , This ih lie road lieli runs the i , ctilfbriitiid I'lillinuii F'aliiee Hotel ami se"piuc Coaches. ' A Hew uiid splendid lino ui which hi'S recently Lieen lnilt. fur t.'d coiiimny. These, splendid (nehef Hro uiHYiulod by nny in tho worm lor I Kl'.mrc, Com tort and 'oiiv'i'nc 'J h-Chn -)t.i iiihI '.m th-wcitn n ic tlio ricn.T KmiIwht 1lnti Onmliit nml Chu ni-, im in;; 1cmii (nn'U'l-'l rini TIIHI.K U.AHS AtlO, ' iin,- whii'h tim, i ho Miiiirt n Imi c'nii"i1 nfithot l'..inn.- n.pnMt in pitf-MiK its niid-lfil itixl tiS'-kHiirl r.iiipmK ll ilh U'llmt; pi. k ol tli nt- m-Hn n I m pi m ruirnin; tlun npthir nt, tin Iti. l l it tnint I T!io JSliomM liinc, Otfrrtt 10 tho TiNTi-ljiiR fnMi. b Ki-(ui t ,1(1 UtlOllUllllf tl fur hH'lt, 4'Olllf'olt 1111(1 nji lot y. 1 D':,i;'-liM'l.nil Ih nh l Mil ...inN K.it nnti no rti n cli.ii r,P im imn-fni- nt Onnthn or C'hirH ftl iifm h"l-lill Ihinllpl. 1 knt. Il nt- hikI iisk i.v itrw in c ut. n-n I Nfli-wrMnn Itnilwnr, trlnrli mil r1,. ,4 ( II I lie piltl. ip:ll "t..lh;.V mttl -.Ir.mil.o.lt f-tli, ,., j tl-rt rilr- Ht,.le, nn. -l m Ci,!.-! "I Vrl -Mit "Hit Ml ( A l.l'l'.ll IUIOH.' Mm .. 'J'tnnf HI ' l.llki. ClIV. p.T nny ImI,m mu.tuu in rr-unl tn l'i. tlu.npply to HARRY ROGERS, .. KnsMir"'""'1' M' ni l i- ki t iij.t hi, . 1 Chi. 1 1 " "'. 1TM.M', . ii., .,1 Hii-t. 1. II, HTIIOMj, Hm-n. I ..r. nt.nm.M. N''- OCTOBE R C ONFE R E NO I-. GRAND DOMESTIC DISPLAY. Z G SUa Im " RETAiL DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, V'e ofl'er the laiye.-t iisoi tment of DOMESTICS, MULLS, STRIFES, CHECKS, TfCKS ' PRINTS FLANNELS, LINSEVS, . J)ELALNES. MLRINOE.-, BLANKETS, CARPETS, CLOTHS, BOOTS, SHOES, kc, Kver brought to this city, at simply and baruly remunerative pr'v&K. II. B.CLAWSOV, 'Supt.'- UtahGentralE.E. Pioneer Line of Utah. - Trains leave Salt Ijake Cily daily at 5 a. la. and 2Ab p. m.. arrive at Ogdcrt 7 a m. and 4:45 p.m.; leave Opden eity at K a. in. and 5:30 p. in.; arrive at Salt Lake city 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. - In addition to the above, an -- ACCOBIMODATIOfi TRAIfi! WILL KI'N" Daily, Sundays Excepted Leaving OcJeu city '.'a ui, and Salt Lake city 4:4'i p ru, en whiol. lull fare will entitle the purchaser of a ticket to return on the esTim day and train free, and will stop by arranging wiih the ond icior, at any point on the line to take on or let on iasenpers- Pasenfrero will p.easa purchase their tickets at the osioii. Fiii. nt- ad ditional will be charged when the fare is collected on the train. For all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to D. O. CVTD'Erj, Ticket and Freieht A.-ent. Jos. A. Young, Sut)t. HEAD! KLIAI): HEAD! Zion's Co-op er ati ve Mercantile Inst'n KLDKKDCiE Ai CLAAVNOA JJI'ILDIAGS. Groceries, Hardware &c. A T RETAIL! This Department is supplied with an immense Stock ol Staple 6c Fancy Groceries, Hardware, 7fvli, Aiiru-vtunil Jmp!i.-nls. ( ivhsioit. d'.',issuiry, 7'ntr,ii-', Stinvx, Rntjfrs, Mnimy. ,., , g!j,y Kuk., AikI Otlirr IachIuorv . Our assortment im-hules a lavco variety of article not ecner.:!l7 lound u. Mores, hence we are induced to oner thorn at rciail to iiieetapubilodeui.in i which has been heretofore unfilled. Wo shrill continue to supplv tho who'e-Ve trade nt our usual low price, and an inspoclion of onr took cinnot tail to salisly the do-est whole--.lo or retail buyer that it will be to their inroirst to tiinke their puivhasos at the " Oroeery Peparttueut, Z. C. M. 1." M. II. CLAWSO.N, SvVt. EAELE BSOU'Sls! HOME MANUFACTURED AsooiupleKiiuiiissorlmenlasniiiW found in thcTcnitoiv. m Hubiien tow ueliwo have e cry vmucIv of Imported .M.innfietnrc to nunplete on, M,vl We luno nl-o udded lo the above hmucli of Iuimhc, ,i euer.il ;i;n,t ni DPry Goods, Groceries, CiwIhtj, (laMiciro, H:ii'Im:ii r, ll;it. hieli no will K'laiaiuee at -iiee thai will ,:n s:it i-llieijon Mine. 1'iuiners and l'.'innhes uu be Mipplied wiih ad :uil;i,-o to theni"-b e OPPOSITE SALT UKEiK3US. TEASDEL CO.