|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
,;isi W -M w iK. CKN KKAl. Uiil .--I'lW ('UK. Apply to Mis. A. t ;.,son, Into II. him', I Sili ur.l. n.lv 1 II K l.KillVNIN.l YlKW W.VOON will ....-. viu iho Canons ot' Vtali those w i.liin v i s or m. k l.'H i:s of minks, il ilMi.s, .V.'. will plosso leavo tlioir or-.iors or-.iors wall .'. K. S.vYAOtc at iho rionoor Art ivall.-ry. a.lv I KorNO near the Townskno lloi'su a "KV lilUDLE, the owner can have it by calling at this oilice, proving properly proper-ly aad paying charges. adv Prospectors Attention. The STUPF.BAKEU SPRING WAGOX is wbar prospectors want warranted good limber, well ironed and good work-inHiiship. work-inHiiship. For sale by- John T. Caine, Hkkald otliee. adv The largest, cheapest and finest assortment of FRA.UE-v CHKOMOS and line PHOTOGRAPHS, at States prices, can be seen at the Pioneer Art Gallery, East Temple Street, C. K Savage. adv Xatioxal Hotel, east of the Post OfBee and west of the Theatre. MEALS FIFTY CENTS, LODGING FIFTY CENTS. Twenty-one meal tickets only eight dollars. H. L. Southworth, Proprietor. Ten fat Turkeys wanted. An experienced expe-rienced Hotel runner wanted, adv I First-class Male COOK Wasted. Apply to the Secretary of the Exchange and Eeading P.ooms. adv Our iien's are still SHELLING OUT. I Those wishing EGGS from 8 improved varieties of fowls had better " hustle i round" Mount Pieasant Poultry farm, j 20lh Ward. Savage & Adkins. adv Wanted a place, iu a Mormon family, by a young lady, twenty years of uge. Inquire at Mr. Browns, loth Ward, next house to Mrs. Kimball's. adv Two Rooms to KENT in the 20th Ward, apply at the Hkuald Office. adv AVantkd, dried PEA CUES and APPLES, AP-PLES, at Kiggs & Leehtenberg's, live doors south of Co-operative Gdocotv, East Teniplo street. adv Fire UpI No referenco to the coming com-ing F"ire Engine, but to those splendid cigars to be got at Ed. Harris' Little Cigar Store round the corner. .Best Tobacco. adv House for Sale Sixty-seven rods square of ground. The house contains 5 rooms, with good well. Terms: one-half one-half cash; balance in six months. A bargain. Location, one block west of Depot. Enquire of K. E. Melrose, Builder. adv Lot to Lease. A small lot to lease for 5 years, 30x75; suitable for small residence; res-idence; situated in the 14th ward. Enquire En-quire of K. R. Melrose, Carpenter, Commercial St. adv If you want aBo.l Suit, go to M. Earl, Second South St. adv Wanted, A GIRL to do general housework, apply at Herald Office. adv Fresh Salmon Cod, and other choice varieties of Fish, wholesale and retail, at J. K. Clawson's. adv HOUSE tor SALE in tho 14th Ward, ! containing six rooms; a good well on the premises. Lot 50 feet front by 20 rods deep. Enquire of B. R. Melrose, Builder, Build-er, Commercial St. adv A Pine Concord BUGGY for SALE. Enquire at the Townsend House. adv Bathers. For Hot, Warm, or Cold BATHS, goto John K. Clawson's east of Herald office. adv I For a stylish pair of Pants go and see ! M. Earl,Groesbeck's Buildings, Second 1 South St. adv J For Sale A hewed log building, j by public auction. See notice. R. R. Roberts, M. D., Physiciax and Surgeon. Dr. Roberts treats, successfully, suc-cessfully, all CURABLE CHRONIC DISEASES, "by Animal Magnetism and the Swedish Movement Cure, giving medicines only when absolutely ncessary. Dr. Roberts has established his office permanently, opposite tho Revere House, Salt Lake City. adv Proclamation to the Public I do hereby issue this, my Proclamation, to the travelling public : Parties visiting Salt Lake City and going east on the U.P.R.R., will find it to their advantage to leave Salt Lake City on the evening train and remain over at Ogden that night, thereby having hav-ing & good night's rest, and so be fresh for travel at 8 o'clock a.m., when the daily express train leaves this depot. At the Ogden House we offer as good accommodations ac-commodations as any house west of Omaha. Free busses at every train to and from the depot, adv John Mahon, Proprietor. 013 JUST ARRIVED Another Lot of that Choice GUNPOWDEB 1? 2E5 Jzk. Some of the old kind ! Which has been so scarce lately! Lovers of Good Tea are requested to try it before purchasing elsewhere. else-where. A FULL STOCK OF GrKOGERIES WHICH WE i I GUARANTEE TO SELL AS ' CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE j IX UTAH, j GALL, AND SEE! G.W. Davis, AT THE OLD STAND. d5 iiiiHifi;ti!Ji;w'W.iffl7fflunw'-'J Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES. FRESH BREAD, CAKSS, PIES, AND OHAOK.EJRS Every Day, Sundays excepted, CashsWheat FfiOM S1.7o to 82.00 Per Bushel, according to Quality! DELIVERED AT BIG COTTONWOOD MILLS. GENERAL DEALERS. Arrived and open for the inspection of the public, a splendid assortment of SPRING AXD SUMMER STYLES LADIES' DRESS GOODS And a heavy stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc. OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES A Specialty ! . And well deserving the attention of Country Buyers, both WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. A choice assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Agricultural and Mining-Tools, Mining-Tools, THE BLEE3 SEWING MACHINE. The Latest and Best. CALL AND EXAMINE. Satisfaction Guaranteed to j all our Customers. EAGLE HOUSE, OPPOSITE THE SALT LAKE HOUSE i fz? 1 - HERALD BINDERY. i I l i Books of all kinds bound i in a Good, Substan- j j tiaf. Tasty and ! Workmanlike ' Manner. I i I I i i WORK DONE WITH PnCIUALIIY AND DISPATCH AT REASONABLE RATES. i - V BRIXG ON YOUR BOORS, SAM FRANCISCO TRADE. Jaro 8iiruMio, JoIjo fiiimaueo, 0. C. Clinpiiiari. J. & J. SPRUANCE, WINES AND LIQUOBS, H 4 IS FROST STK1CKT. BRITTAN, H0LBR00K&C0 Importors and Deal era i a Stove3 z, Hanges, SHEET iRON &TIM PLATE, Copper, Zinc, Sheet Ijtatl, Wire, PUMPS, Lioad viicl Ix-on I1 I po. Tools and Machinery and General HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE, Embracing Plain, Japanned, Planished 1 and Stamped Ware, Xo. 111. 113 California ami 06 JVoi. 17 dL L'J Davl streets. DEBTfl. STAER & GAHPBELL BISCUIT BAKERS, And manufacturers of Soda. Boston, Butter, Pic NIc, Sugar, 3111k. aud LaGiaude Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Snapps, Pilot Bread, Saloon Pilot Bread, .Etc. The above Crackera are baked fresh daily, and are of the very best description. All materials used in their man uiac tore are ot the best quality. Bakery 210 and 213 Mission St., and 205 Sacramento M. f8 SAN FRANCISCO YiLMER2!ftj & KELLOQS, ! Importers and Jobbers of Wines and Liquors, 214 & 216 FKONT STKEET, J7 SAN FRANCISCO. j JNO. G. HODGE & CO., IMPORTERS and Wholesale Stationers, ; Keep the largest stock of Stationery, Blank Books, School llooks, Playing Cards, Wrap-1 Wrap-1 plug Papers, j Twines PocJcet Cutlery, cOc, frc, On the Pacific Coaaf.which they are prepared to sell eitber for Gold or Currency at prices that will offer , inducements for buyers anywhere west f the Kocky Mountains. 327, 329 & 331 SAXSOME STREET, mil San Francisco. jYFm. T. Reynolds & Co., Importers and Dealers in ' FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, Agentsfor Rosenbauin and C O. D, Bittern. 425 &.-L21 Battery tit., Sua Jfrancisco. , Special altention paid to Choice Goods foi j Medical and family use. Bill ; GRAND HOTEL i On Market, New Montgomery and I fcsecond Streets. SAIV FRAWCISCO, CAIi. 1 JOHNSON & Co., Proprietors. i f5 THE BANK of CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO. ! D.O.MILLS, - PRESIDENT. W. 0. KALSIOX. - CAiUIEK. I Capital Paid Up, - S3, 000, 000. iDRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE 1ETTERS i of Credit on all the principal cities of the fi World. ;E. .MARTIN & Co., j Importers and Jobbers of ; Wiues aud JLiquors ! 403 FROXT STREET. SAN FRANCISCO. ; H. B. BUNT. mo I MURPHY.6RANT&C0. Importers of American and European ! Taney and Staple jDBY GOODS, 1 !-S'A.3T FKANCISCO, j CALIFORNIA, Beg to call the attention of theTradeto their large and varied etock. comprising complete lines of the following goods : SILKS, Black, Colored and Fancy VELVETS, DRESS G0QDS,Fndclir HOSIERY, KID GLOVES, GENTS' FURNISH'fl GOODS, CORSETS, WHITE GOODS, of every klud. QUILTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, I''co": SHIRTING & HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEP-ING LINEN. SHAW Lace, Broche, Caslimere, PnTTr'M'2 Bleaclc1 "d Brown, UUI lUIw, of all klnils. COTTGNAOES, K'Y JANS, ;CAS3ifcitRES; Which they ojfer on Liberal Terms. Established is ls-52. ARMES & DALLAM, Importers, Jobbers and UAXt'FACT C RERS OF WoodsWillowWare IiKOO.MS, PAILS. TrnS, CHUltX?. IllfSU LS. BASKETS. TWiXES tOKDAGE. MATCHES. STATION KHY P.APhlt BAGS. CLOTH KS WKIXGKltS F KATHhlt DfSTKHS KIH-LNG KIH-LNG TACK LI-. TJ.X PINS AND BALLS. LTC AND GJE.St'K.-U, House Furalsliiiis Goods. DIRECT IMPORTEHS OF BASKETS FROM LEADING GF.IiMAX AND FRENCH MANUFACTURERS. AGENTS FOE THE BALE Of S. F. Percussion Match Company's Matches, American Net and Twine Cyuip's Twines Boston iiai Miiti. Twines, J. C. Conroy & Company'a Fi'hinu Tickl e, HolliDgsworth & W nilney's P-.r-erBagi, she-man's Improved Clothe Wringers. C. L. Griswold fcCouapany'aFeatherDustere tr. McLaughlin's Brushes, Our stock ia the largest on the Pacific Coast, and our facilities lor manufacturing and importing enable us to sell at lowjsl market price, ta-SEXD FOR CATALOGUE. 2I5&2I7 Sacramento St, San Fran. ail ' A Live Paper FOP. Live People. Till: SALT LAKE - DAILY HERALD THE SECULAR AND COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER OF SALT LAKE CITY. TeePeoplfs Paper! FREE AND INDEPENDENT. The Cheapest Paper PUBLISHED IN The Rocky Mountains I TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE! The recent discovery and rapid develop-; ment of the mioes of Utah havo given, and will continue to give, an impetui to trade of every kind, which should command the attention at-tention of all business men who desire te share in its profits. Heavy shipments of ores for months past have been bringing wealth into the Territory; a large immigration has commenced ; agricultural agri-cultural and other products are finding ready sales; and merchants begin to feel the steady Sow of money through the varied channels of commerce. To business men at a distance who se ek 1o participate in the lively trade which must attend such a rapid growth of interests, as well as to the local public, a live, energetie newspaper is a necessity, by which to be made fully acquainted with the true condition condi-tion of matters as they exist, and through which to present their business and facilities for lunishing so promising a market. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Fully meets this necessity in Utah. Not -being the organ of any person, sect or party, nor devoted alone to any single interest, it has grown upon publio favor and attained an unprecedentedcircula-tion unprecedentedcircula-tion in the time which has elapsed sinoe it was established, by being in the strietest sense a Free, Independent, Live and Thoroughly Progressive NEWSPAPER ITS MINING- NEWS Collated with the greatest caro and from the most reliable sources, makes it valuable to all interested in the mines of Utah ; its AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL - TERRITORIAL - 1 INTELLIGENCE Can be equally relied on; and itsmktbipiisi has placed it in the FROM RANK OF TUE ROCRT MOUNTAIN JOURNALS. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Circulates largely and is widely read in every Mining Camp, and throughout the Cities, Towns and Settlements of the Territory; Terri-tory; is found in tho office of every enterprising enterpris-ing business man in Utah; circulates on the Union Pacific, Central Pacific and Utah Central Cen-tral Railroads; has a large mail subscription list east, west, north and south; and is The Best Advertising Medium In the Rocky Mountain region. Where to Advertise 1 Where it will be Seen! Where it will be Readl In the People's Paperl THE SALT LAKE HERALD, DO YOU WANT EMPLOYMENT HIRED HELP, MECHANICS, LABORERS, LOTS TO RENT, HOUSES TO RENT, OFFICES TO RENT, STORES TO RENT, HAKE YOUR WANTS KNOWN IS THE -. . Salt lake Herald.