|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
KxctTBMKNT. Wanted, Ax firot-ck-'S door and a-Ii makers. Apply to J) W. Park-hurst. Trucker- Lumber Yard, o-n block -mrh of the L. C. passenger depot. adv Pa8H lb iTABvl.NG, the Prussians ...ay. Golightly k Harris, though, keep the Globe well supplied with the finest bread, crackers, cakes, pies and pastry; aud manufacture the choicest quality of pure candiee. Try them. adv Fine Frbkh IIonet iu the comb, delicious and cheap, at II. Wallace's. adv Pgr Rest. Two large comfortable rooms, wilh pantry, for rent, two blocks from the Herald office. Enquire En-quire of Edward Ma tin, Main Street. adv A Bkei'stkak, Potatoes, Bread and butter and one cup of coffee for oO eonts at George Goddard's Basement, Base-ment, adv. Hoy Tka or Coitek made in Clay's celebrated steam cooker, which proserves the genuine aroma of each, 10 conts a cup, at George Goddard's Basement. adv. Onions Wanted. Ten thousand pounds of Ouions, good quality. wanted immediately at the Produce Department, Depart-ment, Z. C. M. I., west end Emporium Buildings. adv. I A Plate of hot vegetable soup, and bread, for 25 cU., at Geo. Goddard's I bareineut. adv The War in France progresses, and Carl C. Asmussen continues to sell watches, clocks, jewelry and toys of the most superior description, at his new Jewelry and Toy Store, East Temple street. adv One Hundred and Finer G allons of genuine English ale on draught at "Phil. Margetts' Refreshment Rooms," second south street. Sparkling lager beer, and choice cigars. Expected in a few days, a supply of fresh oysters, smoked salmon, Bologna sausage, lambs' tongues, pigs' feet &c Give me a call and you will leave satisfied. sat-isfied. P. Margetts. adv. THEATRE CHANGE OF TIME. Duoru yppn at 7 ; rortorraanco to conmence in 7:W. UNDIMINISHED SUCCESS! ANOTHER Favorite Drama. ! Firt appearance of JllS.AV.T.lIAItlSlS, Since his return fro in California. Wednesday Evening, Nov. 2, j Will Ic prp.cntM tr tio fir-t no in tlirre fcT the btiiutilul S net iruiM, eiuille-i V10TORINE: OK, "I'll Sleep on 11.' !' T c"iH'lnde with, for the first time in thi city, the laugliahle farce rntiilo.l the DUTCHMAN'S GHOST. MUSEUM AND MENiGERIE. In addition t the umal attraction?, Frof. OTTO DOSCO Will Lecture on an-l explain the tH.vsier.to of MAGIO, MYSTERY AND MIRACLES Etott tlay, at 12 ui.. 2 and 4 p.m. Change of Performance Encli Tim. rilOC.RAM.MKi The TaI Win Spirit beii. The Spirits in the Drum, I T Make Candy o.u of lira it. j 1'uwor of Mufi rer Hri, Kir5t l.pon in Magi. Yarn'iy tr Wonderful txpriniut, Jk. Al AJmKMon Adult3, jO ent?: under l 33 i biklren ii tent. PNEUMATIC GAS ! i j OFFICE: Ko. 2o6 5anime Street, i 1 SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. i i lit- Fiicinc Frifln''!lc ((l.s CJir-i u-..r,.-, mi fur Pja-ii:'. t.i .,-.ri..i.-K. t'.aiii.Ai ar.'t rlv. i ' : n i ii. .l. u..i; ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, j WILLISTON'S CELEBRATED COMBED SEA ISLAND SIX CORD SPOOL COTTON. To Arrive. Win be -old wholvsult ml r;ail, si I TWO SP30?a GIVEN AWAY i I F'r every not fiuirdy ?usfaetorT. Cottonwood Klines. IVtou who deMsa ycllins their liny np Cott"iiwu'j'l C;miii. should imrchase a first nlass Chicago made Hay Press, Which I havti for sulc C1IEAP. I K. V. KXOWLTOX, j Nineteenth Ward, lOrL. S. 1I1L.L.S. Ik.oi.fr. Eldrcdse Co.'s Bunk. Till'. SALT LAKK SALT LAKE SALT LAKE SALT LAKK SALT LAKK SALT LAKE SEM I-WE EKLV HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD 1 SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD ! 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I ly copies, fix month.- If iam 0 espies, thri-p month? (' PEOPLE'S VERDICT ! Over Half a Million Sold and in Use ! 4,000 Made and Sold Per Week. SINGER'S :N'lrV IMPROVED SILEZSTT Family Sewing Machines, ARE T21fcBUST IX THE WOULD, Because all of them are in ecu? tain uc, while a very large proportion ofivher makes are not used, owing to their being partially or utioriy impracticable. THE SINGER NEff FAMILY MACHINE Has beeu brought, to x?riectiou, regardless of time, labor or expense, and i now incomparably the best sewing machine ic existence. It is iV))ij)e. Compact, Durable, Beautiful, Quid, Liijht Riinninj.nni capable of performing a ranee and variety of worK never ocfore atteujitcd upon a single machine; using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton thread, snd sewing with equal facility the very finest and coa -sest materials, t.r anything between the two extremes, in the mot beautiful and substantial manner. The New Improved Attachments for Hemming, (any width) R.aidin.:. Emdroidering. Magic Ruffling. Gathering, Gathering aud sewing on (at tnesaiuo time), Self-Sewing, Cording, Tucking, Qailtine, Felnng. Triiumuig.Biudiug.ete., are novel and practicable, and have been invented and adjusted especially Mr this machine. Folding Tops and Cabinet Casts. New designs of the unique, useful aud popular Folding Tops and Cabinet Cases, peculiar to the Sinner M.ich.ne. in every variety of tvoed, such a Black Walnut, Mahogany, R isewood, S.itiuwood, and from tlie pl.tuii-.-t to ilw most elaborate pattern and tiiiish. The M ichiiios themselves are p.a.n or hign.y ornamented with pearl aud go.d to correspond with their tables or eauineis. Iu the Singer the work is fed or passed through the Machine in the natural directum, uameiy, from the operator, periiiiuing her to sit in a naatiai and healthy po-ition. iu inuiy otuer Machines the wo.-fc pa-c- Ir.'.n right .0 leu, or the reverse, coinjjc'lint (he operator to sit in a Unt and un:iea tii position, and thus cattsini weakness " the bach, tic. The Singer uses a SHORT STRAIGHT NEEDLE, which U not liable to break or miss the stitch. Many otucr machines use a long crooxeJ neeaie, which is liable to break and to miss the stitch. In the Singer Machine the Shuttle is i AUliliCD, thin avoiding netrly all ear. It requires NO ML, and does not soil the thread or kuoUs. O.ner machines drive their shutues, in a race, thus causing great wear, auj rcnrmj oil, soiling the thread and goods. On the Singer, the Tension on buth the upper and lower threads is absolutely abso-lutely under the rcady control of the operator, thus rendering the maehino always available for good sewing, which is not the case with any other. Many so-cailed cheap maeuiues are really worthless, and so aro many of their nc peculiarities aud supposed advantages. The SlN(;i:K is the OLDEST PRACTICAL SEWING MACHINE, Being about twenty jours iu the market. Having been constantly improved by the employment of tne most siai.ed ingenuity of tue age an I unlimited un-limited capital, it is uovr divested of ail unnecessary parts an t p All the Very Latest Inventions and improve. uciiis. It is the ou.y M icliin.i sold on Honest C.aim-, as ad its p uts are Practical and will do all that i. claimed for them. Some otucr Maeuiues are Greatly Complicated, to do Useless aud Siiiy thing, aud tiuu are rendered Luoio to Con-taut Derangement. Derange-ment. The Singer Seldom or Never gives trounle, but is readily and easily managed by those tcio utterly fait on other Machines. SINGER'S NEW MANUFACTURING MACHINES Claim the same advantages over others of their class as the new Family Machines. Ma-chines. These old and well-tried Sew.ng Machines aro applicant,- to u.l ..ii.o . of heavy and tiyltt manufacturiny in C'lotlis, Btaiker, ac, and run in the most perfect and reliab.e manner without trouble to tue opei a. or. Without any previous ad erlisrmenl, the Demand lor 1 1: SI NliKK MACHINE is so Great that we hare ben vnabte to retain eccn . Machine to t.rlubit. ALL SOLD, but A LAKGK NC.dtii-JR A. tli NO.f ON TIIK WA1' from New York, and WILL ARRIVE lis A F&W DAYS ! They will consist ol' tho Dillerent Varieties made by the Singer .Maiiiiliiclu ring Company, and we shall sell at Ktsieru lViecs, witn ad li.un m l-Yoignl. only. To accommodate parties who cannot pay all doAii, we will s-il mi EASY MONTHLY INSTALMENTS So that all may possess one n' these Blessings. For the convenience of our Rati ons wc have eng ip d the services nfa yui ie man who has had twenty years experience aud is on.- ul the ui"M sKilli ul experts in the world in repairing and adjuring Sewing M .lehhi 's. Jlownl p it each Machine in complete andpraetie.il running order bcl'jre it leave-, the I u -Inn tion and will al.-o impart to purchases ad needful instruction, so ili.u m y cm at once commence work. We resort to no trickery whatever lo sell Siwiiet Me lon. -, but allow their Great Merits to rmimmen I tLna. We c m do this, as ihe d-in iu-1 lor them is so great, that although the Siueer Company make in ore tiiau all other first-class companies conjoined, they eauoot neai.y Ijll their mders, and are compelled to still cxt-iid tm-ir Gie.iuiie Voik-. Having b'.-eti mo fortunate hh V) secure the CENTAL CtJTftAL AGEiiCY For this 'J' n'.Luiy. v.- i.U--nJ a eoldial iliMlalioli 1 i all to -: jtli I s.elliere .Machines, whether they wi-h to l.iy or n ot. K" oil nllurt, .. . not '.ui iriliiwiif ifni tj'itnuie tttv ,Siio'i' ! W'v uar:iiil Evt.v IIsm Iiiik: Wf N11 To give F.iitin; Sati.-laetlon. THE SINGER BUTTON-HOLE HACHIHE Is the only I'l.i iM il one in the Woild. Other Sowing M ic'-im Pi:-pireJt on KitEombb Terms. MACHINES FOR SALE at Tin: RETAIL DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ZIGH'S CO-CFERATIVE MERCANTILE INSTITUTION. il. IS. t'LAWSOX, Suj)t.