SAXj'JT IiAKM KvniiMii; An heading room Tk m ron A II V Ovi MT, i limit fc Wo'j'lwurt'n. Must Tmuple St. The iS'-crohtry will l) in iitionlnrio lnily i In t'liiin tho 0'jejlr of tlm Institution, the KuIck nti'1 Hofriilniionj: utT llio miiu'" ol ajplicnutM iur MrmiVrnhip, un rwoiv Kn-trnnrp Kn-trnnrp 1-Vrti, WMIHKN Itl'fWKJ, AMUSEMENTS. SALT LAKE THEATRE I . i FOR t'OlR SIGHTS OXLV, Commencing Tuesday, iSov, d. I Frank JJacEvoy Alauaser. MneEVOY'si GREAT Pictorial, Musical and .National ENTERTAIMENTI THE NEW HIBERNIC0N! Repredentins a tour in Irflnml, or Ireland in America. In connection with which, the following talented Artists will appear: Mr. Robert Byrnes, th" fayorite Irish comic rocalist, as "Barney the Li aide." Miss Mary Douglas, aj "The TTitUvr," and "Mra. O'CiUJaghiui." Miss Ida Lester, &n "Norali." W. S. Stewart, Lectnrer. Charles Parr, Musicul Director. Adniieion Udual Thoatre rates. Doom opon at 7 o'clock ; commonr- at half pits t 7 FRANK C. GARLK'K, Agent. MUSEUM MENAGERIE. Half a block wett of President Youiifr'a Koiidence. JOHN W YOUIVG, Esq., Prop. Native Beast, Birds and Reptiles, "Wolverinos, Hear?, Foxes, Mountain Deer, Lynx, Wild Cats, A'c- Important collection of Native Minerals; Admission, 50 cfs. Children, 10 " Open eTery dtiy except Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Feeding Time, 3 p. m. J.L. BARFOOT, Manager. PIANO RAFFLE. Only 300 Clinuceit, al One Dollar Each. A Boven and 8 half octaye Pisn, cast t-ito. Examine the instrument and buy yonr tickets lor the Ruffle at MRS. COLEBROOK'S. ARCTIC MINK, AM) ROCKY MOUNTAIN FURS. ffi. C. M. I. Uavins rteivrd u chuice consignment, in addition to our HOME-MADE FURS! We ofl'or Unu?uM Barpnins in the following line of full eelta : FKEXCH C'O.VKY, BKI.GIA.N COSKV,: FITCH, SAT, MISK,; BLUE CONEY, TIPPED MIHKUAT, l.MT. KIIMINK, ALASKA NAHLE, SIBKltlAN Mil lldt KL, ALASKA .MINK, ALASKA JUNK, Angola Trliu'd, ASTKAKAN. CHILI )1! EN'S SETTS Of tlic above t Low Figures. II. H. CLAW'SO.N, Supt. H. DIN WO ODE Y, FURNITURE DEALER An. I ui'iioLvn: sn:i:. All kirJ. of IMPORTED FURNITURE Onnitmitly on hand a l-ho Sulcrwnii), KAST T I CAT PI, K ST. Kvory drscrit'liun ol' HOME-MADE FURNITURE At (lie 1'iu'tory nnd S:ilc.riuiii, Ut South Stroot, Suit Lakn CHy COFFINS, IM.I ii, OH X A !M ENT A I. Alwiiyt ill looli, A "NEW SOP PLY of the roM'i-nte-l STUD Ell AKJEU WACOWS ARRIVED. EmbrHing heavy uud light FARM AiDKmON WAGONS ihe fuvoiilo ID X 1L O N D nnd utlior LIGHT SPRSHfi WAGONS, Very dtsirnble for Family me. The ytndeVmkor TVjigona aro manufactured out of tbe very bet materials by the mo.it competent mocuaaic's in the country, aud are WARRANTED FIRST CLAMS. FUR SALE AT CUEAP BATES. JOHN T. CAINE, Agent, Salt Lake Herald Office. IL Gm PH. I. HOIVfE MANUFACTURE ! We havo bought out thestook and machinery of the "BIG BOOT" ESTABLISH.HEX T, And can now g-j)iply a first cluis article of HOME lUVDE BOOTS AND SHOES Warranted Superior (o Imported) Goodti.) TIIK HAI.SKOOI Is arramte'I for the special comfort nud con-Tcnienco con-Tcnienco ol Ladies who wish to Pnrdiase or be Fitted to Order. SHOE FINDINGS In full stock f"r trde use- Also, E a t xx xn X I ! LEATI1KR, LEATHER, uf all kinU nn han'l. Be Ktire nnd nutlce (tie sign of the " BIG BOOT." EE. HLA.WS0'? Snn. Produce Departm't, z. c. M. I. Entrance WEST END EMPOKUM Bl'ILDIXr.s, opposite Icat Market. We aro constantly JJuyinK and Scllinir Hides, Wheat, Barley, Oats, Onions, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, AXU ALL. KIM)S OK PRODVCE, Ktir which the lliglirsl -Market Trice will be paid. II. II. C LA1VSOX, Sup'l. C S I P WILLISTON'S CELEBRATED COMBED SEA ISLAND SIX SPOOL COTTON. To Arrive. W ill bo nil, I vli,il, nlo mill rolnil, ut Z. C. M. I. TWO SPOOLS GIVEN AWAY Kit lvrry "tio mil ruliri'ly lali.liii'lury. Truth is Mighty and will Prevail! THE FLORENCE NOISELESS FAMILY WM lilllllil Are the Best ia tlie World. Read tlie Figures ! From tho liieiilul pabulum lurniebad bj riral agente. First Sl.m in Simple Multiplication Four thousand a week for twenty-five years makes half a million (1) Second Example Number on the plate, 4hij,ow. Everybody knows 4O,0U0 is over half a million!!) Extratt from Clx-cularw sent out by Klv&l Agent t "Total sales of Florence up to close of LS67, 10,000." The number on which we have paid a royalty up to Oct. 1st, ia Ts.ut which leaves 09,000 as the number eold from the close of 1867 up to that dale 33 months being about 2,0CJ0 per month. There being 300 months in years, we figure even if half-a-million have been sold, it would be bnt 1,679 PER month, thus showing that the FLOKENCE ia the LEADING NEWIISG MACHINE OF THE WORLD. Wo do not claim rtAi'iLility for the above figures, they are the mrfl mathematical deductions from the source indicated. If there Id a Eloreiice Family Sewing Machine ivlthln a thousand miles ofalt Lake City, that in not giving entire satisfaction, vre will, If a formed of It, attend to It, free of any charge. Langdon, the Inventor of the Florence, had on the table befere htm, a model of the Singer, Grover & Baker, Wheeler fc. Wilson, and Howe, an availed himself of all that wu good In them. For the use of the abort "Combination Patents" we paa royalty on every Machine made by the Florence Sowing Machine Company. Discardinpr tlie Stkaiuht Xkkdi.e because it punches soft or tine work ink, -the feed, and adopting the Ccrved Needle on account of the peculiar vertical motion, enabling it to enter the cloth at an acute angle, which enables us to f-w the softest woolens and finest gauze without damaging the feed. Discarding a "take up" which requires Extra Spiral Springs to ba sent out with every machine, we have adopted a Positive Motion not subject to any such irregular action. Di.-carding even the complicated folding coverwhich gives way in the hinge; after a few months use, and becomes an intolerable nuisance, we have adopted the new, unique and beautiful design which renders our family favorites as ora-mcntal ora-mcntal as they are useful. Although other companies had fifteen years the start in laying their Machiaes before the public, THE FLORENCE Sprang to tbe front rank, and becnine universally acknowledged as The Et for Family Use, principally through iu long series of triumph, beginning at the Pennsylvania estate Fair in lNio, and continuing up to tbe Kentucky 6tata Fair of 1800, and tbe Exhibition of the Ayr-hire Agricultural. Society at Ajr, Scotland, the Sfimc year, during which time the FLuKFNCE was awarded til First Premium over all competitors at vtR ror.TV County, District, Sti, National and International Exhibitions; among tbesa the SEVEKEST TEdTS to which Sewing Machines were ever subjected in this country were at tbe American Amer-ican Institute Fairs, held in Ntnv York. OpLohpr and Sai unmriflr IfcriT ti(4- at the .Middlesex Mechanics' Asioei.v.ion, Lowell, Mas., and the Maryland Institute, in 107. At each of these Fairs machines were tested for from three te live weeks, by the best judges in tbe countr v. and by them the first premium Gold Medals were awarded the FLOKEXCE Machines" "When wo consider the rapidly ac'iuired popularity of the FLORENCE, is originally made, it is not surprising that the host of warm triends of the Machine as xt irus should be loud in their praise of the improvements incorporated into their favorite as it now i?. The encomiums of our patrons are gratifyinr in th extreme, and their judgment uiust be accepted as faithful and honest anording those proposing to purchase a sutfieient reason for investigating the, merits of live FLOKENCE before buying a machine of any other make. The mechanical construction of the FLUKEXCE, devised as it U on the simplest sim-plest and most positive scientific principles, dispensing with cog;, cam;, Jcc, acd (roved by the severest tests for vears. enables us to guarantiee the purchaser that it will WEAK TWICE AS LUNG as any other Shuttle Machine in the market, without requirinc a duplication of parts. "We guarantee the FLORENCE will sew everything needed ia a family, from the heaviest to the lightest fabric. It does more work, and more kinds of work, than any other machine. Its motions are all positive ; there are no springs to get out of order, and Hi simplicity enables the most inexperienced to operate it with the ease of an expert. It does not require liner thread on tbe under than on the upper side, and will sew across the heaviest seams, or from one to more thicknesses of cloth, witaoat change of needle, tension, or stitch, or breaking thread. It uses less thread than any other machine. The needle is easily adjusted. It runs light and quietly. THE FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE IS THE ONLY MACHINE THAT CAN SEW IN MOKE THAN 0NK DIRECTION, HAYING A KEYEKSLBLE FEED. It U the only Maclii.tr I tint nukfs four klnd of stitch, three of trhlch r nt nie on no ot Iur .Mncliluc, mid arc sti-oiiver nud more clastic thM mny at her. It lm nn Improved hemmrr, making miy -width of hem, nd emily aged, ow ned exclunlvely by the Florence Cotupnuy, It will hem Anything nnd make perfect corners. It hem, frllv rordi, hrnldt, tuck, quilt hind!, anther. Ac, with batting. It mnke n anther nud sew It ton Itnnd at one operation perfectly (nnf-qunled (nnf-qunled In thin). 1 1 It U the only Machine having n self-nd ( ut Imr hnttlc tenlou a grel Improvement over nil othei , rendering It easy to do cood ork ou fabric. It fnHtriiH the end of a Kcnm better tind quicker than n nennijitret. can. FLORENCE MANUFACTURING MACHINE Tlic I "lor.11,0 Company liming bought .lliruui' P.vum', sr m Jiinkinc Iaohinr tli.-U aro doitim-il Id sup,'rsi.l,- all oiln-r f.T all kin,t il" h""' Hnil liKht iminnlsii-tiiriii.it in i-loili m,l Icailu-r: simple, cinpu.i. .lur;ibli, hf rimninj; ami nit linlli to uVian-ronn'nt. Tho pr.vpul A(rpnt of llio l-'loromw t'oniauv i- a ilniunist l'v pnff"1-liiivinj? pnff"1-liiivinj? but n yciir'n oporioiu'o on tlu .Mnohinos' originally commpin-oJ lir.e .Maclunos allor two hours' instniolion. ami tho public aro 'nouml that tvriti rr,u:i trpenrn.-t an- not o,nlial to tho niaiiai;om,'Mi of the V K KN I'K. Shoubl tho cry of "To our Irtus. () I-.ra,'l !" over s-iii be somule,!, ' Cenlloman who hu- espeluli-,1 balfn life-limn learniio- to "nine ln maehinw u'. lo a perl'eot mljiKlment'' not In, fouml niuotij; Ihe oatup followers of .ion. Il"1" the peoplo w ho poxpc n mai hine. w ho-e nu'ohaniMi. ,loe not require sueh I"-uniph I"-uniph of engineering skill to manage them, will be imlee.1 fortunate. Kor the benelit of those w ho have leisure lime nAer allrinlinc I'' l,"-'r blHinos, we be;; leavo to .-(ale thai, ,lunnir the nlweuee of Chav S. 1U"""'" eilher in Ihe settlements or elsewhere, our etal'lishinent w ill be in rlisrcf el Mr. l'renliee, w ho is fully competent to ivf inxlruelions in the ue of the Klorenes. CHAS. S. HAMMER, Gen'l Agent, l Ka-M Teiiiiln Mreel, oppo.no Sail Lake lloii-e. I NAIr I.AIlii: 4!TjV. I'TIAII.