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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
oii.ua iiiAliiiji'l-ji BEAD THIsl t n SHDULB E SEH If LVLRYBjDY C'on-'-tf j pl.t -i r. t i . j ' ' i o h -o of a :!.. -r u At our at v 1 y-li 1 1 el up Nalcrooui, ftcroml Uoor ho it I It of I lie Kk'c Km-tir Km-tir 1 ti in , lc t w cc it f 1 1 a I r u if ml ( 1 -t Ul it K Lie part mend of 7,.t . .1 . 1., will ! fuuut full Alport meiit of these Admirable Sewing Machines At I'rii'ci to S'uit Everybody. THE SINGER .-K'VIN'i MACHINE xXKKDS NO LUTING In i-oiMiiirml It to Hte iul)llf, a Hie lollop hK w-. - - c; j: r m liotvi w ,ro ti, r- l t.. t!:f ;;!' an 1 in lliu It tir 'tM 'II''. !!:,,' W.TO S.tl'l. iJ- ilt y n ir l 'i ! 1 1 ii m ' .t . c mv -. I ' t n rue J " ui lr 'in ti o !...:-. ..;:!) -t I'm- iiuin en-e tfU'-i, tfU'-i, ii ,i f.j i ti ; i ; . .Ii-:t;.iii1. At lUe t-iul u: tho M' 1 7. in- rt t - M.whine.-wtrt M.whine.-wtrt .!, mi in 1 1 1 o t :, I" i ! win.: year, Irutn 't "i uuiuii'.i u.i l been increased to U .r.l ol 500,000 :; MACIIIN'KS SOI, I), On thlrtl nf h Mi li urrr IUiOH(l i t 1 1 It I ii I li- r r t rtl In g I twelve muiit Vrm tho t'-Tf.- iiu it will W soen th:it ilur- j xnr t Ho t h n o c.t rs. I am .-..Its li.ivo uecn ui'W.U'l i'i liiiv I'.'f o ut moro th;n during tiio wlioli' oi ;tio .-cvcutciMi iTcvioui years, tiic nrr;r! rt vrn?'"T ' tic rein L. u c . 1 5 after a srore nf yrr thorough trlnl ta I hut I lie i i CFI't':l ' f 'T ' ' i" btlls.il i.Al-Ji-iitiC rt'b.pttvl t all kin ils of wrk, sewintf as ro.H'lil tho hike-t ;:ul iii'.t tubl.ira ma- ; torml ttu titicst moti ili-lwate t":itrn.s: wi;h :i snu-ti, th;it lor uvtue, I'crttX'iioa ; aiui tiuraluluy is uiu'it" illtvl, ! Avvo;ri'.i:i in.c p.K'h M u'liir.o aro printed in.icruii uti". so I'l.uu mul o.'..-y ot com pretieu- i u;i ih u, uit tu'iu u ft o riVoiLmeii J custom-I ors to t.tktj t Kvit 'ii3 lc.-on irviu. the Up ' ern-.or, u is soivlom d-'iio purcK-ors seeing : at a hUiuo tho sun plu'i'.y of the Machine i aiuf coaii'lctoucjf oi ;ho contruc;ion. ouie vit-ta f SINGER KAGHiKES A T Y. Si'up'.icity of construction therefore les lUbiiuy to get out ot ropair. Short, s:-.i.-ht nccait Ui li.-! ie to bend, brei-i or jtkip liio s:itch. Thes'iuttle is cirr;c :: t : lotion, wear and the tvc.-fiiy of sro.i.-'.:-; the race are thus avoidc.i. 0 Re.ut r.e.-? wi;h which the ir.ojt iexper-ieuocu iexper-ieuocu cm a. the tcu.-.ou ot tho tartf.tJ. Free-loMi from weir. A:tcr twonty years eonsiHM service these tMachinej8 have never ben k'jon a to wcat out. They re noUeUfj, raj i i ar.i eay in all their llovc'.uo:::.'. Alt our itMchii'.es ae i."u-tc J nd put in th'rvuh rr,:.i;;uc c- ic-.Vy c w.peie:.: bandr-, bfo:e do'a i-ry. i'uroh.i.-ers t.;ere: re have no trouble, bu; can tuooc?:uuy operate with , laeu: a; o:ice. THE KEY BUTTCHvUlE 21 C II L K S are thoroughly pr.;c:'.c'.l a':i will perform all thit weoi aiui for thou:. Tht i..-rrr.nv.? MAXl!FASTL'Si J i.hiCHIfiES for heavy W'Tx. aro too well known to need Oinxeut. e al-o keep :r. ;cci the X:; .'.' '.:.V :. '. MANUr.'CTU ;J : MAGHl NES Our s:ook of the ir-zcr Seln Machines very ex.ens.ve. ;:.."'.; every variety on black wV.r.u; ;..c.e. c;..i. ;o t'r.e elaborately elabor-ately pearled Machtv.e. w-.t -.cabinet caeand fcid-.nj: cover in m.-.t'ei b.aci w a'.ttu:. rose, wood, or ro.ahowany hik "y r li-h-;d. Kvery lachme :? is - e i it.i '-?ime cvuiplete furunure-, in .- u i r the ne" o.e.u-nier o.e.u-nier ewinc I -1 it .-. r and brai der. We guarantee o.:r .v...cUiiici to do He iu ml nt. H w lU Veiling; Ileiti-stltcKlus;; Ileiti-stltcKlus;; Uraltltnij; Mrtglc KuOlln Eiubrolilertns; uo chain stltcli f Gat her Ins: aud wlu on at same tluie.wlth or wltUout ou the editor tnihectntcnC oirvilns;: lc k-' IpI Uulltins; TrLuiiuiiiST Uindlug aU widths and Winds, etc.. etc., etc. sum mm min Twc doot-s sowth of the Eagle K m- Wt LELIVEu machines Without A.hrtu-.:;! (". TO ALL PAiUS OF THIS CITY frB- All kinds of So log Machines' thorouglJy Repaired on Reasonable Rea-sonable Teniis. 1 ou n.-2ItCLAWS0N,Supt A. Live Paper Live People. Ill I - SALT LAKK DAILY HERALD lay. sKCt.LAR AND COMMERCIAL NE'.VSi'ArEH JF HALT LAKE CIT1'. The People's Pipeui FREE AND 1 INDEPENDENT. i ! jTheCheapest Paper i PL'BLISIIED IN The Hooky Mountains ! TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE! The recent discovery and rapid development develop-ment of the mines of Utah have given, and ! will continue to give, an impetus to trade of every kind, which should command the at-1 at-1 tention of all business men who de.-iro to ! share in its profit?. ! Heavy shipment of ores for month past j have been bringing wealth into the Territory; a large immigration has commenced ; agricultural agri-cultural and other products aro finding ready pules; and merchants begin to feel the steady flow of money through the varied channels of commerce. To business men at a distance who seek to participate in the lively trade which mast ttiienu nui'u m uj-ui giunm ui iulciusis, i well aa to the local public, a live, energetic ' -newspaper is a necessity, by which to be; made fully acquainted with the true condi- tion of matters as they exist, and ' hrough which to present their business and facilities , for furnishing so promising a market. j I THE SALT LAKE HERALD. fully meets this necessity in Utah. Not betug the organ of any person, sect 1 ' or party, nor devoted alone td any j single Interest, it has grown upon public 1 favor and attained anunrrecedentedoircula- I tion in the time which has elapsed since it; was established, by being in tho strictest Benso a Free. Independent, Live and , h oroughly Progressive NEWSPAPER j its Mima news; Collated with the greatest care and from the! most reliable sources, makes it Taluable to all interested in the mines of Utah ; its ; AGRICULTURAL j AXD GENERAL TERRITORIAL j INTELLIGENCE, i Can be equally relied on; and itssstkkfris i has rlaced it in tha FROM R.VNK OF THE ROCKY ! JIOlNT.VINIJOrRX.VLS. j THE SALT LAKE HERALD Circulates largely and is widely read in 1 every Mining Camp, and throughout the ' Cities, Towns and Settlements of the Terri- I tory; is found in the office of every enterpris- j ins business man in Utah; circulates on the, Union Pacific, Central Pacific and Utah Central Cen-tral Railroads; has a larse mail subscription list cast, west, north and south; and is ' The Best Advertising Medium' In the Rocky Mountain region. J Where to Advertise 1 , Where it will be Seen!, Where it will be Read! In the People's Paper! THE SALT LAKE HERALD. EO TOUWAXT EMPLOYMENT TTTRED KELP, MECHANICS. N ' LABORERS. LOTS TO RENT. HOUSES TO RENT, - . OFFICES TO KENT, STORES TO RENT,' MAKE TOUR TTANTS KNOWN IX THE ! j Salt Lake Herald; z. c. M. I. COLUMN. i7aH Wholesale DRY GOODS DEP'T A full, firj'.-c.uj iLuCi ot STAPLE DRY GOODS, AOTIOAS, BOOTS ard SHOES AT LOW PllICES. W'liulc-ale buyer"! and Co operativ l'calors I'loa.-e inspect. Retail Departm'nt, EMPORIUM BUILDINGS, I I THE FINEST DISPLAY AND iASSORTMEM OF GOODS, i i i ,WE CUT IN ANY LENGTHS AT A SMALL ADVANCE ON WHOLESALE. This is the Department for Families. ! CLOTHING DEFT. HOME-MADE AND E IM P OETED MANUFACTURED FROM HOME-MADE, FREXCII, (iKR.MAX, E.VC.LISH and AMERICAN-FABRICS AMERICAN-FABRICS Fine Cassimeres, and Cloths Trimmings On hand, for Gentlemen ordering their own. Ai- FIRST-CLASS FITTERS AXE WORKMKX TO FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY. GROGERYIHARDWARE DEPARTMENT, COXSTITTJTIOX BUILDIXG5, Purchasers can here find An Immense Stock AND IN EACH BUNCH A GREAT VARIETY . IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS ANC MACHINERY ALL OS THE PKEillSE?. Miners Supplies a Specialty DRUG DEP'T. Fancy and Staple Drugs, PATENT MEDICLNXS, LIQUORS IN GREAT VARIETY EXGLISH ALE AXD PORTER, AVERILL PAIX1 "WHITE LEAD, OILS, COLORS GLASS. ETC. Fr&criptions from Physician icil have special attention, n. r.. cliwo, supt. aCUl C. ASMCSSES Isbl New Rock Building, Opposite the Salt Lake Exchange, offers to the public the finest WATCHES AND JEWELRY At prices that defy competition. APTED & EVANS, PLUMBEHS, Steam and Gas Fitters, LOCKS alllTIIIIVG, BELL HAIS'GLXG, SPEAKING TUBES, DSaLEBS IS LEAD AND IRON PIPE, Globe and Clieclt Valves, ; Fittings, Etc. Mining Work Promptly Attended to , tobkshop: SECOND SOUTH STREET, Opposite "Walker Brothers, FIRE-PROOF AND BURGLAR j fadSams' I Scales for Weighing Ore, from 500 to 2,500 lbs., : SCOTT, DLYHA3I & CO S, Main Street, West side, Next door to White House, 'iLOW FOR CASK. ; LUMBER YARDS. jLUfflBERYARD " j I have opened a new Lumber Yard Ln the U. C. DEPOT BLOCK, North side the Paenper Dbjot, inside the i j enclosure for the present. 1 ALL ELYDS of LHIBEE THOS, R. JONES. .1 Barron & Co.'s ;Li".Mi'Eii yard I Comer of First South and Third . I W tst Strtets. one Block South of I Railroad Depot, at the end of Track, Salt Lake City, Have constantly on hind all descriptions o' U '.Aa. irtickee and California Bed wood -LUMBER,' SHINGLES, LATH AND PICKETS. A1Q A rC'-L XS S 0 5.TXX5T OF ' DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS 2 Special Orders from Lumber ' Dealers and Builders filled on short I notice The public are inrited to call ; and a fair portion of patronage respectfully solicited, i ' a22 B1RKOS & CO, CHICAGO TRADE, M. D. WELLS & CO., M A-fAc:artr of sni 'Vkjleeale Dealert ia Roots and Shoes, lift 116 Wtbaili Are, Chicago vr r Vt::, H. J. ! -frULd. w ' - i .. r :i V ' ! -v--. VAN SCHAACK, STEVENSON & REID WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS Dealers in PAINTS, YARNISHES, OILS, DYE STUFFS, BRUSHES, Window Glass, Glassware Patent Modioin, iStc.. SCO. 90, 94 A. 94 Lake St., cor. Dcarbors ai m m m W ith ft larice experientre in the Territorial trviff. we I'cel sure of givins alijlicuon in i i" ! Ti''-'1".' FIRE BRICK, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN. R0BINS0N& SON, 215 East Madison Street, Chicago, 111. I5KIGGS HOUSE B- II. Skinner, Proprietor. Corner Wells and pTT f p A PH Randolph Streets, VliiUAU J This Houe ij centrally located, well fur aUheU. &Qii contains Rooma. d DIEBOLD &. KIENZLE, Successors to Diebold, BAhmann A Co., CELEBRATED CINCINNATI FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, And Sargent's Magnetic and Automatio Bank JLi 3 ft B PRATT & COVERT, General AgenU 86 "Washington St., Chicago. H. B. CLAWSO.V, Supt. Z. C. M. I., Agent for Ctah Territory. nSO KEITH BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Jobbers of HATS, CAPS AND FURS Millinery and Straio Goods, 68 dt 70 Wabash Ave., PTTTPApn 3 . 4 Dearborn Place, blliVilUU Jl CHASE, HANFORD & CO., 51 South Water St., CHICAGO, Headquarters for Oils, Paints, Glass, &c, Manufacturers of the celebrated WILSON OIL, TANK. .113 imge, mio. & CO., Importers and Dealers in LEAlricR AND FINDINGS 50 Lake Street, taS5- am in olio ' Lake Shore Oil Works. MAXWELL, WHEELER & CO., Manufacturers of Engine, Slpnal, Tallow, Lard and WOOI. OILS. Dealors in Headlight Carbon, "Whale Elephant, Seal and iter4a-Ot4 Ageuu lor the sale of PRATT'S ASTRAL Oil... AgeoU of the West Virginia OU and Oil Land MAOTTACTGBr&S OF EXCELSIOR CAR, ROOF AND IRON PAINT For Tin and Shingle Roots, Bridge Timbers, Ac. Factory, CHICAGO. Office, 393 & SV9 Illinois St., 108 S. Water Street, du NEW YORK TRADE. Poolj Nazro, Kimball & Co,, WHOLESALE GROCERS 35 Warren St., cor. Church, J. H. BULGER. New York News to Housekeepers ! A barrel of Fleur makes forty pounds more of Bread with SEA FOAM FOWDBE, 2f time required for dough to raise, but bake in a hot oven as soon as mixed. SEA FOAM saves Eggs, Shortening, Milk, Etc., and is a wonderful economy. THE SEA FOAM IS AS ESTIRELT SEW I.WEXTIOX, WITHOUT ASY OF THE BAD QUALITIES OF YEAST OR BAKING POW-DEKS, POW-DEKS, SODA. OR SAXERATUS. GEO. F. GAilTZ i Co., Manufacturers, m26 176 Duane Street, N. Y. C. A. Longstreeu John Sedgwick. L0NG3TREET &. SEDGWICK Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in MEN'S & SOYS' CLOTHING, 466 . 468 Broadway, Hew York. d34 FELIX CAMPBELL, 79 John St, New York, Manufacturer of andDealer in Wrought, Cast and Galvanized H BB Aud every variety of fitting) for the sajne. ml" HENDERS0N,JUST1CE& Co Successors to Griffen, Henderson k Co., IMPORTS R3 A5D JOBBERS OP FlCr GOODS, OTMS, K O S I SI it.Y, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.. 49S 500 BROADWAY, Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, ft Kew Tork. BENWOOD IRON WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF Nails and Spikes, 1YHEELINTt,"eW.TA. a Oglebay. L. S. Belaplaln, Presideni. - "V ice-President air3 A. Lorinr. Secre:ary. CITY LIQUOR STORE, Keep eostinUy on nasi, Wholesale and Uetail, Choice Imported LIQUORS AND WINES, At Lowest Rates. GROESBECK'S B V IL D I S G S , BIT Kaat Tempi. Stre.t. WATCHMAKERS. 1 PRACTICAl WATCHMAKERS. is O 5 ELIASON &, HAUERSACH, Next Door Kail of the Herald, Kt9 workicen who not only repair Watches j Clocks but will miko Wtch to ordx in any desired ityle. or any Vn of theiu. from a pivoi or pinion to an enuro atoh. Work Executed on Moderate Tcrmi 1 BUILDERS. Utah Fire Stone! SILICIOUS QUARTZITE. MORRIS & EVANS, BUILDERS, EAST TEMPLE STREET, SALT LAKB CITT. FURNACES, CUPOLAS AXD ROASTERS ERECTED ON THE SH0R1EST NOTICE. Address as above, P. 0. Pox 31. myll SHELDON & CO., Architects and Guilders, Flit ST EAST STliEET. One and a-hnlf blocks south of the Theatre. al-S R, R. MELROSE & CO,, Carpenters and Builders, Frame Buildings delivered aud put up iu any of the Miiiiii; Camps adjacent to Salt Lake City. Shops in Commercial Street. TP Jl - ON w Wl g g 5 1 g o W i 3 & I ! WAGON AND CARRIAGE. RAILROAD SHOPS. i HOPPER I CO., Second South Street, Hair Block East Revere House, SALT LAKE CITY. WACOM AXD CARRIAGE WORK, Of all Descriptions. HARNESS Made and Repaired. B LACK S F1 1 T H IF1 G Of all kiiids. CARRIAGE PAINTING 1D TliDDIIM, A. HOPPER. E. B. ZABRISSIE. f3 New Music Store! DAYWES & CO., DEALERS IN VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, GUITARS, CONCERTINAS, BANJOS, BANDONIONS, STRINGS, FLUTES, AC. Instruction Books for all instruments. Also a larco st.vt nr .v. AME1UCAX UKGAN, rrtmcunocd by all who have tru-J it V new and cheaper than any other. ' to jEefereuccs : Siiyior A. Farini, Prof. 0. Pratt, and others. Good PIANOS, from 8250 upwards. A full stock of S11KKT MF's'TP hand, which the purchaser c;t'i hava tried by a musician on ihVpremis'A. 9 TWO 1MIOUS K.1ST OF 'J'lIK Vosx Olinv mil I"., Z. C. ftl. I. BOOT AND SHOE Department, t tho nijj,, 0( TEB "BIG BOQT.yy Every stylo and quality of Boots and Shoes i.M'J, TO 0JJK saiisfac. tion guaranteed. ' ' ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE AND CI10ICK STOCK OP HOME-MADEimtokti:dB00TSANDS1I0ES A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Shoe Findings, Horse Collars and all kinds of leather! HIDES- W A N TED. H- TLAWSON. Stl PHR1 XTKN I1KNT. 3C JE IE3 O EfcTESm ! "-. jr nOTEL, BOARDING AND PRIVATE I10USK-? I10USK-? fl KEEPERS WILL FIND IT TO TIIKril AfM INTEREST TO CALL AT fllftiSfef' furniture Rooms Jj -fa ',JJS Whcroean bepurchwedl SOLID WALNUT SOLID WALNUT Pine Sets of Bedroom Fin. Parlor Set, ' $100 to X00 ' Furniture, from S00 to SlOO " irble BeiUteailn, " Km .10 F. L. Tables, " 8 to 9 " Meat Safes - - tl'ieaeh. Cane Seat Dining Room Chairs. AVood Seat, - SI. 50 n f each Oak and Walnut, 818 to per set Do. Do. - $15 mil $1 8 per do Knock down and boicd, Spring, IVbol and Straw Mattrasscs, allpriax, according to quality. Walnut Lumber for sale, from 18 to 80cts. per foot, at 11. D'n Furniture Foctorj N. B. PLANING DONE WITH DISPATCH, si - HARDWARE. ! HARDYABE. . , a hj C H. BASSETT, H I ' s i HARDWARE STORE m3 AUkindiof - t 5 HEAVY HARDWARE, ts ij Iron and 8teel, O I . M i Stoves and Tin Ware . LzMim S BLACKSMITH TOOLS, 22 O Agricultural Implements ' I - And Mlnlng Tools, Q At Lowest Rates. " OPPOSITE SALT LAKE MOUSE THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKBR WAGON ! S g Farmers and Teamsters THEBE ABE NINE BEASONb Why You Should Buy the ahove.Wagon FIRST, They ure made of the best selected Indiana Timber, thorough! seasoned under cover. . . , S ECO.N D, They are made by experienced free labor. Market. THIIID, The lightest running and most durable Wagon n FOUKTII, Their Thimble Skeins never break while all oth ra QO. P IFTH, Most uniform and best proportioned W agon in Market, any pan of one will fit another, while other ''makes "HS?.t-f.rTnT-T rirp, SPOKE is SIVT1I The onlv Waeon in which the SLOPE fcUOLLur-ii w h used ; henci'the Thave thXst Wheel, which is actually the foundation of the Waeon, and should be carefully examined by persons buying. SKY K TH, They are sold only by responsible parties ; and every agu Ls warranted to give entire satisfaction. fcmn for EIGHTH, Because Teamsters will tell you they are the best N agon, , all purposes, on the road. , , , . 1 I Til, Last but not least : Studebaker Brothers are prac e- tend to their business personally, and do not entrust it entirely to oreme , is generally the case in large factories; hence the superiority ot tneir ut all others. Sold by JNO.T. CAINE, al "TTT-t; at.TY' OFFICE, Salt Lake City- BENEDICT, HALL & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO Xos. 131 and 136 GRASP Corner Crosby, NEW YORK. One Block East of Broadway, J itu "