|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
faT See notices headed "Wanted" od first pa?e. Got FIome. John W Younir, Esq , pt home yesterday forenoon from his trip to California. Tor a grand di.-play, see Wallace's window. adv Trout. Get your trout from Ezra Peitif, north end of the meat market. Beware of bad fi-h. adv "All the World's a stage" but the "Globe" is the place where Go-lightly Go-lightly it Harris sell the finest quality . of bread, candies, pastry and corfec-. corfec-. tioaery cheap. adv Ir tou want a glass of cool lager or ale to please the palate, step into Chris. Rehmke's beer hall, next door to ihe Merchants Exchange. A' bit" i glass ! adv ' JoEi'immons, Revere House basement base-ment still keeps his celebrated saloon e' supplied with the best lager beer, ifflftitted ale and )iorter. oysters, pigs' feet, calves' tongues, golden crown cigars, ci-gars, &c. and requests everybody to give him a cull adv Theatre Upk every iiLht ; and if it isn t, the ttoltbn Uate is Enter and Ket two nf the best, i e ere ms fur a quarter. adv J. U. Kelson. Concentrated on .No. 4 ! Jennings i Paul have conotntrat d on n. 4. right-hand side tit' the meat market, rWe the public cun be constantly supplied wnh the choicest meals. )-oo out for the sign of Jenuing- & Paul , uver No. 4. adv Magic Macedonian Oil cures rheumatism aches, pains, coughs, cholera morbus, tVc.. like magic "r sale at 13th ward co-operative ore: $4.50 per dozen. adv A Rare Chance to obtain VdowI : Dr Crockwell, Prof of Klectro-'-hemico Therapeutical Miienetism, is Prepared to teach Prof. J 11. Auder n s wonderful svstem of electrics and 0 supply the necessary aparatus. as 1e is ayent for Kidder's superior bat-enj bat-enj and Prof. Hall's voltaic armor. Uand learn terms, see apparatus, adv A Fact for thk M ill ion. There is no place between the Atlantic and Pacific shores, where a lih of ice cieain and a glass of Goddard's ceie- j bra'ed cider can be had for twenty five cents, except in Geo. Goddard's Hase-ment, Hase-ment, Salt Lake City, and everybody i- invited to bring their two hi s and try it The golden crown and other choice brands of cigars for sale also. adv. Ice ! Jordan ice ! clear ice ! beautiful beau-tiful ice! Who would drink wauu water and eat soft butter when thev can buy ice for one cent per pound ? Ice cream ten cents per glass ; meals 50cents; loduings; tr.e same; with a bill of fare : that gives universal satisfaction. satis-faction. Inquire at the National Hotel, fifth building east of Post Office adv Tea ! The best in town ! A choice eonsu'niii'Tit just received, with a full line of groceries at reduced prices. The full advantage of low tate of freight given at G. W. 'avis', adv Wiit? Why? Why do people rush to the Mammoth Boot, Shoe and hat store ? 15ecau.se. Dunford & Sons are selling go ds at low prices. The public are requested to come early, before the establishment is crowded to excesss. adv Punford & Sons. A Nvw thing m Collar-. Churchill's Church-ill's linen-faced paper collars Arbiter Arbit-er and Vivian shapes; the latest styles, very beautiful, just received at James Dwyer's Rook More. adv For A good I'ortrit cheap, or the finest views of Sa t Lake City and vicinity, stereoscopic and album, call at Carter's View Eui oriura. adv We OBJECT to any more nitro-cly cerine being sent to our office. There is combustible material sufficient around here. Mr. J. A. Browning will please take note when he returiis from Bear Lake. Delicious Ice Cream and summer drinks, under the retreshinu shade of overarching trees, at the " Union ice Cream Gard-n," one and a half blocks east of City Hall. adv. Lemon sugr, the thing for the sea-sou, sea-sou, a large quantity at Wallace's, adv Loading Up. Ten car loads of ore are being loaded up for shipment at the Utah Central depot. The teams hauling it were passing and repassing yesterday in front of our office all day. NOTICE . TriR PtokhnHrr nf tlie U. O. R. R. are hereby not;fie 1 tlint there will he a E-tnernl meeting of the Company at mv office, Salt Lake City, on M-m-lay. Ausmt Sth. l?TO. lly order of the Stockholder. , John W. Youif;, Secretary. TRAVELERS SOUTH Will find Good Accommodations and a Comfort-fortable Comfort-fortable ftnppine Plae at WILLIAM MKMMOTT'S Hotel, Scipio, M.llard County, Utah. C II A 31 P A G ?i i: ON Bh AUGHT at the Salt Lake Billiard Room. DIN VO OBEYS UPHOLSTERY AND FURNITURE MANUFACT'Y, lit South Street, Salt Lake City. K003IS, EAST TEMPLE STREET, A Large Assortment of HOME-MADE and IMPORTED FURMTUItE Constantly on b-aixl COFFINS, PLAI" and ORNAMENTAL Alwtjr?. in Stock. TO EXCURSIONISTS. THE &ido-whl FteiiDr, Kat Connor, baTirrg tCD tbormjf r.'iy ver. ui(.d ..VJ f".;r- 1 Dhi 'itb new DjAC.dir.ery, will be chartered to ex-jriwn iwrr.a by the day, wc-k ur mou't j will nia'' zzi excursion to C-wncn- on buii'lav. July 3d, lav-.ug La-e t 7 o'clock a. m. ( n M'Hrruc frjns Conna icnczi Bu: Kivcr v- tu ( Lk ir t1j 4tb f Jiiiy. AppiT to the ryuin, 1 J. II. H"rd, ou UaxJ at Like i:''e, JiLl ("lu- , I i 0mi4l , - , . - ; . r. : ' Trains leave Salt Lr.ke City r:.,i;;,- f.t ,5 a c:. ur.d :si p. ta., j arrive at Ogden "a uj. snu 4:45 y m.: .sve I'.o.n c. y at ' S s. in. and 5:CJ P- ui.; a -i:vu at Silt Lkts ti; 10 a. ra. aud 7:30 p. u:. ' In aiJitioa to the tcve, ACCOIIOBATIOH TEAIH! will nux, WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Leaving Ocden city 5 am, and Salt Lke city 4:40 p m. on which full fare will entitle the purchaser of a ticket to return on the same day and train free, and will stop by arranging wirh the conductor, at any point on the line to take on or let off passengtrs. Passengers will please ourch'ise their tickets at the offices. Fifty cents additional ad-ditional will be charged when the fare is collected on the train. For all information concerning Freight or Pas.-age, apply to D. O. CALDER, Ticket and Freight Agent. Jos. A. Young, Supt. The Pullman Palace Oar Company H&Ting completed arranifeKieuts wi;h tb Pittsburgh, Fort Waj'iic, and Chicago RAILWAY 1'au-IIaudlc Koutc PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL It A 1 1. HO Ai). Tlie Drawing Vrrt Cflrs .f t!io Cl brated IiIItiihii Pattcni w 11 ho run Oir(iiL-li. vi thi. R..ntc. fniin t'HICA'IO to I'lTlSKLliGH, 1'ULLA.UKU'UIA auJ .t YuRli Wiihout Change ! This is thf ONf.V ROUTE EAST Vv ivl.i;h Pnsrnir'1r penre the ailvuntajrp. of 1'L'l.I.MAN S PU.ACK CA HS (he Enti e .li-tnuco fn.m SA EUAN'ClSrO tn I'HILADEU'IIIA, NEW YORK aud Iuteruiciiiite Points. TltROFGH TICK r.T? via lliin CTt EAT SlIoRT ROUTK for sale at Dalnornla St.. San Fnei- cis-co. Sa-ranif nto. Sll Lako Cny. I'cuver, Uniiali, Prouiunlory, Ciicyemie, aud ouial.a J. X. McCTLI.OUtiH, Geueral Manarr, P., it. W. A C. K'T. D. S. GRAY. 'Jnd Vke-Prci't i Grn. M.i!,.t' -. 1'au-lUi.ilU- lluu. KDWA1U) II. WILLIAMS. Gi-n-ial u inter 1. t. ! , P'-tin'a u'. al T'..K. THOMAS L. KIMIIM.L. Gt-n'l Wc-sUiu l'.i--iii:r A-.-iif. l'':iin a l oiiti ai R. P.. HENRY W Oel:H.-i.l Pa-i nfjr ar 'I T' kt -f i'. Piia. a '.tJiU..i I.. P.. 'or Iuformatioa and TUrouh Tirkel-, aj.-plj aj.-plj 10 M m. Caldcr, Ci'ltr Bru't. B ''k .-mre. Fa-t T':niJ.i Sire, t. Salt Lxa- fit; z. o. PRODUCE, In ord"r trt meet the demands rf or to jiurchhrs ail kiprK of product Whf-at L'arley and Oats Uu'ter. put Eftgs, by the dozen or hundred doa-.-u. Im pori ii m IIaiI Eutranc from T; H. B. C PIONEEHS SHORT ROITP. i n in r h a CIIICA(.( AD IVOUTli-u EST Ell IV RAILWAY, Shortest & Quickest lioute FROM 03IAI1A TO CHICAGO AND THK B- A T. The Eistt'i Fxprpss eavro Qui li dull, iu co n ec i i. wi h t'MUM hi ie Cen'rii hi d U i n IVeiilo mi ro ds rr ' in C ici."' in A i a ce o II iiher io ,te t u i mr c.'iii., el o S wi h ill ii.es F : 'lh:s i.t t. e i.n.d h th runs 'ho Cfh- i ut-n IttceiHii - ( ',;( !if. A n-w a ,l ;l,',!i l Jj e r,f which Ii m r c t ly ' ti '"il fnrt1 in C tup n.-. T't-e" s;, i c , cl, t a'O u cii tilled v t it v in ti e Wor.o f r i:i'it;t:T, ivv?.n-l and 'oiivr:tj : i;t"j. The ri.:.-a: o pnd X.iTlli-n r.'r rn in -,ia rrrr Ra-ln.T 1 ftwwn Oiii-.lia aivl CliVtc. having Lfn con. !i led muni. 'J lll'.LE YE MIS A'lO, r nrr wlii'.h timr. th. 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Mrliv, . up in nil tip'K aiid in any fj'iaiitity; Cuuio on EuJ ;'.'t KUpf li-.d. liiijrr, Wcf Fad. r-t South Street. ;LAWSON,!Supt.