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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
I jjessrs. John Muxes and John gagell are authorized to canviss Kub-I Kub-I jsript'0113 for tDe Herald in this city. Dunbar & Sloan. ! Lemon sgar, the thing for the sea-(co, sea-(co, large quantity at Wallace's; adv See Here. The public,' one and all, jre invited to step down on Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, to the Auction and Commission Rooms of Hardy & Williams, and save money by securing iie genuine bargains they will offer. A large assortment of goods which tiery family needs some of, will be sold it auction at that hour. adv Polygamy. Rev. Dr. Newman's rmon on polygamy, with Elder Orson Pratt's reply, for sale by James Dwyer. adv Fob. a good Portrait cheap, or the fineslviews of Salt Lake City and Ticinity, stereoscopic and album, call at Carter's View Emporium. adv , , More op Them. There is another arrival of those excellent oranges at II. Wallace's, adv Hark Ye! Phil Margetts has pened the Idaho Bakery, 2ud South 'treet, as Ref eshtuent Rooms, where old lunch, oysters, sardines &c, and toe coolest of sparkling lager, will be applied in cool pleasant rooms. Step sund and walk in. adv Napoleon's Army is short of food and forage, but he could get a full supply of the necessary bread, crackers, crack-ers, pies, pastry and groceries, by applying to Golightly & Harris at the "Globe." adv Great excitement in Em-ope, but not so great as at Ed. Harris', where all lovers of a good brand of cigars are making sad havoc, and declaring they are the best in the city. Call and try for yourself at Ed. . Harris' cigar store, east of Post Office, adv. A Rare Chance to obtain knowl edge : Dr. Crockwell, Prof, of Electro-Chemico Electro-Chemico Therapeutical Magnetism, is prepared to teach Prof. J. R. Ander son's wonderful system of electrics and to supply the necessary aparatus, as he is agent for Kidder's superior battery bat-tery and Prof. . Hall's voltaic armor Call and learn terms, see apparatus, &c. ' adv The Craig Microscope This microscope mi-croscope is simplified snd adapted to popular as well as scientific use. A new optical wonder! The only instrument that requires no focal adjustment, and therefore can be readily used by every oho. even by children. Costing only $2.75 by mail, postpaid, it is within the reach of all, and should be on the table of every practitioner. Bead advertisement ad-vertisement in this paper. adv Fresh Supply of pigs' feet, London ale, porter and genuine "golden crown" cigars, just received at Joe Simmons' saloon. Lager beer as cheap as the cheapest. " ' adv War in Europe! Well, who cares, so long as they can get two plates of ice cream for "two bits," and the best confectionery cheap, at adv Kelson's Golden Gate. A Scientific Wonder. The Craig microscope, adapted to popular and scientific ue. Read the advertisement-Price advertisement-Price $2.75. adv Delicious Ice Cream and summer drinks, under the refreshing shade of overarching trees, at the "Union Ice Cream Garden," one and a half blocks east of City Hall. adv. TELEGRAFHIC NOTICE ! The . Deseret Telegraph Co. Is now prepared, through having formed connection with the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co., l .....I-. i . . . ; . ' . -. - . To transmit business east and west to all the v. , .., principal, points in , America & Europe from this city and by their own lines aorta and south from all important places in the Territory. .We are aio prepared to furnUh Daily New York Gold Reports And ( Eastern and Western Stws Reports At very reasonable figures, to any or all points in tho Territory where our lines extend. Office, Co-operative Drug Store, ! Eat Temple Street. ' ; A. M. 51US8KR, Supt. SALT ! SALT ! SALT ! Tine Table, Dairy & CoarM 8 A L T Made and cl4 by . BOYD & WHITWORTH, 19th Ward, Salt Lake City. WARM SPRING BATHS! These Celebrated Bathg ar Open to tha Public at All Season.! THEIR MEDICINAL PROPERTIES Are so Widely Known that it is needless need-less to enumerate them. II. Arnold. Salt Lake House, P. LITTLE, Proprietor. It open for the reception of guecu. GOOD .ACCOMMODATIONS. GRASS CANON COAL CO. We are now prepared to furniih Getter Coal at Cheaper Ratts Tb.ir. any other mine? in the country. For sale at the t C. K. F.. i'-ii;. it :h.i city, for cift cr i-aiL. Arf-'-J to X. liAVlf. at theovi'ut. JOftPH A. 1 out.; LUMBER ! Bills of Lumber On rA.cMe lermr For V. P. R. R. wr U. C. R. K. Paper. JOSEPH A. Yors'U. ICE, ICE, ICE! SALT LAKE ICE 60MPANY, EeubKfaheJ Jaa 1, 1S00. lee d?iir4 diy in ftll frt ef the citv, in Ruy . . ftw.tily t rate U ;w ike Uini. J.RCLAWSON, A pent. t i Clawson8 leo Cream Saloon, lirst Smh t., wtire Uiw is always a snpply oi lt Creajn, 8trawfcrriA, Pnmiur "frrinXs, Cioi, had Cauiti of tb fcet uuftt; at the lowest rules. JOHNW.SRELL Manufacturer aid General Dealer in PURE VINEGAR, Fine and Coarse Salt, POTTERY, WILLOW-WARE, MOLASSES, Etc., Etc. Idaho Store, Hevcre House Comer. 50,000 8hinele, 30,0011 Lath, 8,000 ft l.mmtwr, 300 Cedar PosIk, WOOD AND COAX. FOR SALE Will take anything in exchange that I think a percentflga can be roalia ou, ?uch &3 Second hani Wagonn. Chainn, Guns, JUYolier. arwi products of the iarm and lactones. AIm for ml, Three Wfoni, isc1, 6000 A (m draught. Five Acres Laud, in Brighton Ward. Half City Lot, in Twentieth Ward. 100 Rod City I.tt in Sixteenth Ward. half planted with assorted fruit. Small llauee and pteee of eity lot, Seoond Ward. 25 Acres Gnu Laud, in Pranklin, Cache Valley. Addrcee JOHN W,BtI., I do ho Store. SALT LAKE HERALD, A Ku Morning fciopoxr, Paul) nrj Meruia exci4 HcwUf. 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