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Notice to Hi'KKT-iloi-DKits. The distribution of pictures to the ticket-holders ticket-holders will Uko place to-d:iy, Jan. 1st, 1874, at 4 p. ra. C. K. Biuratt, next to Post-office, jl Dkskrvixg OF Merit ! Thnso elegant ele-gant seasonable drinks, manipulated at the Head Quarters, by the celebrated celebra-ted tnixologi-sts, Si Patterson and George, 52 Main street. ' jl Ai'ction Sale. 1 will sell at public auction, on Saturday, January 3rd, 1874, tlie entire furniture and fixtures of the Occidental Hotel, opposite the Walker House. Sale to commence at 10 a. m., sharp. C. M. Stevens, auctioneer. jt A Haity New Year I Call ;U the Head Quarters, where Si Patterson will serve to his patrons a delicious egg nog. J1 The Woodcock.-This saloon will give an extra free lunch to day, serred up in excellent style, from 31 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and on and after today to-day the establishment will be open all night. Patrons of the Woodcock will note the facts. For a hifih toned .New lears dinner, din-ner, go to the Head Quarters Restaurant, Restau-rant, 52 Main street Turkey roast, sucking pig, chickens, duck, venison, and all the luxuries of the season. Clarke A Wright, proprietory. jl Get your New Year Visiting Curds theHEHALD Office. - d31 A Good Sign ! That new sign in front of the Rocky Mountain Coal office. 10U Kimball Block, tells you that you can now get a ton of that favorite fuel at $8.00, delivered ten blocks. d3l The talkinti and writing ol my enemies about me is altogether false. My diploma from Sweden is proof sufficient of my character. W. Kos-chell, Kos-chell, Commissioned Surveyor. d31 To Restakatkl-rs. For rent, the finest stand in the city. Apply at "Raid's." Main street. d30 For Rest. Two furnished rooms in Main street, nearly opposite thu Post office. Inquiro at C. R. Barretts. -d30 ' Change up Firm. A. E. Culmer retiring from the firm of A. E. Culmer Cul-mer A, Co., the business, after January Janu-ary 1st, 1874, will be conducted at the old stand under the firm name of the Bait Lake Furniture Company. d30 Arthur Pratt, Agent, For the bent liquors in town go to Messenger, Mint Saloon, rear of King fe Stonehill's cigar store. d28 Patent Carpet Tack at Rivera's. d28 Tickets now ready; pictures all numbered and in place. Call. C. H. Barratt. d28 Grand Distribution. C.R.Barratt has left, of his chromos and engrav-ingB, engrav-ingB, two hundred. He proposes to diaposo of these by lottery, drawing to coino off Jan. 1st, chances $5 each and each ticket to draw a prize. Of the 200 pictures there are only 29 but what cost over $5.00 each, while cost over 22 each, 18 over i5 each, and 22 over $12 each. dii? Dukino Holiday's we will offer better bet-ter bargaiiis in China ware than over beforo. E. Reese & Co. d21 Mint Saloon just opened. All the bfiel liquors on hand. d28 Use Aluminous Building Paper. (128 Preserve your tucLh by filling, ! and avoid the sufferings of toothache. ! Koa & Crawforil, dentists, 50 Main street. J21 Have you noticed how Kuowlden's store is crowded? Just look as you go by. They Hay ho is selling Groceries, Gro-ceries, Feed, Ac, cheaper than anybody. any-body. Try him! dlil lE YOU wast a good meal for HmikfiLHt, Dimmr or Supper, go to the Saddle Jtwlt. Turkey, Uw, and all kinds of pirno always on hand. d2l Klfxiast Toh.kt Snt-j :tt K. Jvcrsc & Co.'h, 87, 1st South rttnwt. d2l CARl'l.r Lining at Rivers & Go's. i!28 MKN' UiUiiiu.On your way to the Theatre cill at S:ingio & Wilton's and s.e Uih wUdJMfrct! nf charge. d20 M i;sivSii.;u kkkim the best brands oi li imrei. Give him a call at the Mint! Sidoon, nrxf. iluor north nf Suit Lake 1 Uoun. d'JS CllKAI-K-T C'OAI. IN M.VUKKT. Weber coal per ton. Leave orders ;it Goo. .Wbekei-'s office, south of d.-poL or at the Glolc bakery. dlS FASMiox.-Just arrival for Chrift-imts, Chrift-imts, an elegant assortment of all the UU.-t dkm in Ladies Hats and Bourn-la and Fancy Notions, very cheap, at Mrs. Colobrook's Palace oi Fashion. Ladies are respectfully invited in-vited to e vil. dl7 Fuit thf Fin ran assortment of Hnioking articles in Halt Lake City, fur the holidays, go tn Thatcher .t Klkin's. The ehoiecbt brands of Cigars and Tobaccos constantly on hand. Mcerachanui pipe.- and Ciar holders a specialty. The finest tni-plc tni-plc room in Uio city oonnnctcd witlT the establishment, where uur friends, who arc bilmluiisly inclined, can obtain the flneot Liquors. Cigars and Tobaccos To-baccos at wholesale and rvUil. Give u a call be tore purchasing olsewln-ro. Thatcher A K.km. ftt Mai" street. d21 For nick China Tea Sots, go to E. Reese & Co.'a No. S7, Reese's Hick. , Ski.i.ing On at Owr. Mr. Theo-1 dorc Hollander, who intends to re- ' main in Europe, will sell out his goods at cost; also, fixtures for tale. Theo. Hollander, 71 Main sheet, under Taylor's Hot-!. d3 PAi'i:it C'Ai;i'Kriu Kimball Block. d-8 Use xonk other I m t ( i 1 i iimkd klli EAGLE CHOCOLATE. 7 Book ihndi.no done with neatness and dipaleh at the IIkkald office. au21 Siilatiik wiiii Aluniiiiuus Board. dL8 I;i'.mkmi;ki; the sale of the Clift House furniture, at Independence Hall, commencing at 11 o'clock this forenoon. Grass Valley aim Wub'-r coal. Leave orders ut Dwyer's Book Store or at Selling's Grocery-, west of the Theatre. " d20 We ake selling holiday 'goods at Eastern prices. E. 'Reese & Co. d2-l ImjR a tine bruaki'a.-t, French din-" din-" tiers and oysters in ever' style go to lloud .(Quarters RcdLuirant, 52 Main fLici. Ciiijiipr.it place in ' town. Clarke & Wright, proprietors, dl2 j Noth.'K. On ami after January 1st, 1674, all merchandise orders issued by ion's Co-ujjer.itiYe Mercantile In-.ititmion In-.ititmion will be received by its retail departments only. W. H. Hooper, Stipt. dll Xew Year's Citrtls neatly dono up the Herald Odicc. d:U A fixe assortment of" Gi)rham'e sterling silver-ware at Joslimfc Park's. d77 Oysteiw amj Milwaukee Beer. Shipnian &. iJIunger have received another consignment of those delicious delici-ous Count Oysters iu kegs. Fresh Baltimore Bal-timore Oysters received by express daily. Milwaukee Beer on draught iat the Omaha Beer Hall, 50 Main St. I d7 The Holiday Fiishionable Silk HaU, HuhJorI & Sons. d20 Ciiojce DiuasEU Turkeys just arrived arriv-ed at Liddell & Brown's, north of Post Oflice. d0 Quit claim deeds lor aaic at the Hekald oiltee. au21 O. I. C. The bent bargains in holiday goods are to be had at E. Reese & Co.'s, Xo.- 87, 1st South street. il24 Ouna.mental Beilimnu Paper. ' d28 Finest LiQUOiiS for Family and Mcdieiiud use. All that I sell I gnar-rantoe gnar-rantoe to bo puro. A. 51. Smith, Liquor Store, California Wine Depot, 27, First SouUistreet. 22n Si'i.ENDiD lot of Feathers at H. Dinwoodey's. no7 Call Cards for New Years at the Herald Oflice. d31 Fon cheap funiilm-c go to A. E. Juliner & Co. aulO Soconisco Chocolatr is the best the world. Uae Guiuaudelli's. 8 W.rr nrv l-I rimwravlftir'a now Furniture Store. Come along if you want bargains. uo7 A fixe assortment of gold-headed ctvnes at Joslin & Park's. dl3 Ask your grocer for Ghirardelli'e chocolate and coco:'.. d5 FiiEsii Shell Ov.vn-:u5. Oaiafbrnia Transplanted, Itockaway and Shrewsbury, Shrews-bury, received d:uly at Dyer & Arbo-gast's Arbo-gast's Oyster Parlor. nl6 Ciie-m lot of Mirrors at- 11. Din-woodcy's. Din-woodcy's. no7 RlVEiw A. Co. are sole agents for the Oriuuiietilal Aluminous Paper. d28 Feilmt'.-'ee, r eunituiie ! In conse-quenco conse-quenco of the scarcity oi money, and I laving a large stock of furniture on hand, I will sell any of my goods which are first-class during the next thirty day.-'., at eaaem cost aud freight. Call and see me lor bargains, bar-gains, 3. M. Jueisoti, Groesbeck'a Block. o5 Foil A Ml'E nyier sl.ew or fry, go to Dyer & Arboga.-t's, at the old ice cream parlor. 1st South street. o22 Geo. Smowei.l, Hejivi'nger for the ifity. o2 Foi; Kent. Now is your time to rent lir .e t,-on. Some of the largest lar-gest and linrst funnelled rooms in the city. Apply soon to E. Tufts, Colorado Color-ado House. d9 An' elK" i NT sl'n-k of the finest j,!W-lry ever bmnght to the S.ilt Lake market and Chri.-.t.nas goo Is at .losliu &. Park's. dl7 Look oit thr (hrUm;i.-!! 000. choice corn iVil live Geese still on 1 hand, at Liddell & Brown's. Now is the time tol.iv in wnr ClirUimis stip- ply. ' ' 10 Hot Trips. This delicacy can be found, cooked in the- choicest style, at Paul & Bourne's, 10 Commercial Bt. There, also, ovbtcrs in every style tempt the palate of the epicure; with lunch at all hours. Sec their advertisement. Woodcock Saloon. A happy and successful "ew Year to the patrons of the "Woodcock !" Andy Hepburn, Hep-burn, the prince of caterers, oflera to his friends a superb New,Y ear's dinner. din-ner. Bill of fare: Gumbo soup; boiled bass; baked pig, apple sauce; roast turkey, cranberry sauce; roast beef; boiled turkey, oyster sauce; boiled mutton, caper sauce; oyster pie; and an elegant dessert. East River oynters direct from New York received daily, and cooked in the best style of the art. Transplanted oysters from San Francisco n'a Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express every day. Terrapin and fresh fish from the Bay constantly on hand. A new specialty pan roasta and broiled oysters, i Hepburn & Garrison. jl TO EVERYBODY Wo dwire to ci! tbe attention of the j.u bliu tu our fuliand cinnilte monk of J?' all and Wintor Clothing consisting of tbe Imt-st stylos and patterns all nf our own manufacture, manufac-ture, i ho i mm en io failition wo have eriabloB in to sell them from J.", to 20 per cunt, leaa than aoy otter huttso in tbo city. 'I he trade wo will sujioly at Now York wholesale rates. Manufactory. ) L. UnumrKu A Co., ' Si Leonard dL. S- Main Su, X. L. CUj.j New Vom. J da . Alttt & MtKNIV. TOM and JFRHY. Uot Scotch, Hot Spieod Itutn, and atl of iho choicest Drinks coui-IJonndod coui-IJonndod and serrod in a.prncticftl mannor by utr X Murphy, nroiiriotorj of the Occidental Saloon, iio firat South atruot- dU J. . 1V1LLIA.HS A: CO. Havo for sal-i at their Wine and Liquor More.No. 2i First Snuth troo(. corner ol Cum-intircial, Cum-intircial, pure Winua and Li'iuors of the .hi.icii.it brands by tho galUm, bott'o. or Orink FamiUoa supuliud at rudaoodriioj. an SALT LAKE T1IMT11E, Grand Production for tha CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS I Tho OWwoim 3.)octacular-Musioal-BurIoi-qua-txtravuKiuiia, entitle 1 TUB NYMPH OF THE LURLEYBER6. Utin a Water Wa;tail, founded oa tho Legend Le-gend oi Lur.ino. Ths Mnnnitemon would announce hnt, in order to ni.o full olfoct to rhia maKnilicont production, th-iy h.xvo, at groti! uxihiqm, aocurod tho services o the mist oeiobratod ilur o uue Artidto o- tho day, Miss ELIZA NEWTON b'. rmrrly of Sadlor's Walls Thoitro, Londoi, and late of tho principal Theatres of Wv( iork. button, 1'hiLdelphia and Now Orlosnl. who will .ippoar in hor unrivalled ropr"se-i'i- tien ol. LUHLIiSJi. -VI us Jfiw Ulwi.i WALTKttias Sir Kunort- Mr. W. C Crosbio as ....The aoe-qhil Thursday Evening, "Jan. 1, 1874, And till t'urthw Notico, Will be p esonted, after $ x wo oka of olabor-ute olabor-ute preimration, tho U irloiiio of TUtfi YMPH DFTHELUflLEYBERBs,- On, at the BOTTOM! of SALT LAKE, Tho Gorgeous Now See nor, by Mr. liaortit Tirrtl, Tho MnKnlfioant Transforraailoa, by Mr. n . iiaroorry, 01 son fT'Uicisci,unU puronasod at an cnorxoua expenso lor tliii iio e- Mochani al LIooU, by Mr. I'cuer Ueid and Axsi.sl.ints. I roperties, by M-. 5ker and 'Bistinta. Costumes, by Mi a Udtorhou; ind Mr. Harry a oraloy. i Caloiuma and Piiamntio Li A La, by Mr. Car noo. Iho Local Allusions, Coutpoeof, Originated, Cullod, Clipped, Trtmmod, I'akoi, Borrowod, n-iiKht and Stolen, Irom every o'dy in narti-culai' narti-culai' and no one in general, liy Jlossrs. George J. Til lor, Uliai. W.'6:aynor'aiit W. U. Croa-bio. Croa-bio. I Tbe Song and Choruaes arransed The Marches and Incidental Muao composed by 1'rofessor C. J. Thomas. Maifoiu-enr. AoiaoLian Armors, Pirnnbod hy It. W. Kohlor. lis'i.. of Sao ranoiuo, i.ou br biin iiunorteliroiu t)nlod- L-raiid Maruh ut Auiu.unH. iiod'iLifnl JuV-onilo JuV-onilo Ballot, ar. angod liy Mr- b. Muibeo. Tho lJitco Prod.i d und.J' tho dncclion of Mr. J. 11 Vinson.. Lurunk, the Naitid Queen, a swoot rouqz tJyron, aud a sUd Vintiui of Aliipianod Confidii'-e Miss ELIZA NiiWTOS. fair Kupert J.Qo KooltUws, a very bjird up young Kouiluuiuu, wao uoos JuWnal; Lilio in soarah of an heiress, Joan Oara Walters. His Ssnpscbal. st II hinlor up, with very litt o on hia body, but oud deal on iiis mind Mr. W. 0. Uroabio Tho porrormnnco will ooinmonco with THE DAY AFTER THE WEDDING, Coluoel frooluvo '. Mr j Albuwtollo Thursday, January 1st, 1874, NBiV YEAlt'3 LAY, First Grand Lnrlcjlierg Matinee, 1 ho mnnaTemont re." p cot fully announce that tho navn mado a liiuitod oriKauomont wi'-b Iho n' iki tn.r comodiau and character oc'or, J.AMliS A. 11EUNK. and tba oo:obra'ud vi..liuU W1KNAWSKL, Jr., who will shortlv nppoiir ; tno lormur in a round of his splendid o iarui)tfri.iions, aud tno la'ter In his tUitmb violinsoloi. Ad-ni-rn PuM'ietio nno first Circle. $1; douoiut Uiiole. i-q: Third Ui.olu, 'I to ; il-isorv-ei a -e- addmoaai. I'nvnto Uoa.os Ui Jl'2 o.vh. itos uillco open at 10 a.m. 1 itwra onm at rjoven, ponorinaqj o to oom -monco at liiili-iait- i(oj( sD'ioi'howol.on for tbo Salo or Tickets for iho nit: lata o(' iho "Mypipua ol lh Lurley- SALT LAKBTIIEATRE. ! HPEOiAL NOTICE, HAND COMPLIMENTARY PERFORMANCE, FRIDAY Evening, Jan. a, 1H7-1. C,.-:i. M-1HR.OW and iho OtiWri .if hi' (?.Huiri-nd, with tbir families, will riit tho the Th outre by invitaunn of tho Maniiitu-mont, Maniiitu-mont, on li :h ucca-ion will he iiroimnlnd the highly BULoelul, ihuubidb and laugnablc bur-lotuoofilie bur-lotuoofilie NVMI'IIUH TIIR LUliLEYBREO, with it magnifirant ien?n-. drossei and OUUL-tS. HIE JLVt'NILK PAIiLhT. CKV.NU MARCH OF TUB AMaZOKS. Uv p -ruissiuii of Q'.-n. Morro.T, th pl"n-did)lA.U pl"n-did)lA.U ol the Litu l.N't AN l'KV, under wn icadirihiii nf 1. U. iA LJiV, nave kindly voluntuo od and will perform . Sfllfc inns from tlio o.era of" Travjata (Vrdi ) 3- C'.rnot t.nllc!. vRolla). i. t'amasla irum oira "L'Eclaii " 4. Vil', "Hoautiitil ltluo 'nnuhe." .1. "i ut loe in my Little Uuqk, ' Tit? pprfnT3iaT-o will commence with tho fit)juQ( i rauia cf the , OLD GUARD. ffiwuac, Soldier of the tlardo Imperale, Mr. J. U- VINSON NOTICE! hi If! t'lKRSn"NBn. HAVING PL H-i H-i cj- .d lb Lull Marnei. wiih rto :k iiilnrj i-nriloisestJ, roi will et bafiaoss hi u'-r- d'ie te marWrt. rpxt'al!r asW. a cn.inuAO-'e ol the ratr.nao herctt:oie ei-tei ei-tei d-d ui his rrtd'Ortfior. All i'fr-Mis. knciTTitifi thort..'!rei indiited toth-'giiit mark et. ads re'ittully rr.jue't.'d lo cxU and .ilHc ths ffiuia. .Inujoi Lowe will rwivo and recti, t aii all bills. dJ-i A. TOTONCE. new ad vert1sen1 ents. InTOTIOIE! . fpUE ANNUAL 51 BT? TING OP THE X Stockholdorv of tho Utih Southern Uail-rond Uail-rond C mpany, w 11 ba hold at Piwt. B. Youdb'h Oilic-, Suit Lako City, U. T., on Siit'ifday, January 17th, 184, at elovon u'oluuk, a. in. OFO'UiE SWAN, See. Salt Lake City, Dej. 27ih, 1873. d30 TALLOW ami GREASE." Tho highest markot prico will b. paid, in CISUorSOAP, for ROUGH or RENDERED TALLOW, STALE BUTTER," OTd all othor kinds o! grc&BOi at J. B. MAIBEN'S SOAP FACTORY, AdjolniDK PukbI.f 'a Mill, Ninotoonth Ward, SALT LAKE CITY. jl HOT TRIPE EVEKV DAY AT PAUL & BOURNE'S 10 COMMERCIAL ST. OYSTE1US IN EVEIiY STYLE. LU.NCIl AT ALL IIOUKS. jl r.lVE TUEM A CALL CHRISTMAS SHOW AT LEVI GARRETT'S, FIRST SH1TII .ST., Opposite Di?wood.y'i The Fattest Beef in Utah At Levi GarreU'a. Tlie Finest Turk At Levi Garret'. The Largest Hog At Lvi Barrett 'i. The fattest Jlntton .it Levi Gwrett'a. The Most Choice Venison At Lbti a&rreU'a. Tlie Rest Exhibition ofMiU d2l At hvv'i GarroU'i. BANKING. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF UTAH, 8A Lu T LAKE CITY DESIGNATED DEF3SIT0BY UID Financial Agist of thi U.tiTKD Statis WARREN nnSSEY, Prwidont, AJilflOXY UUDlii.. Caahiur. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL... .?Wto Paid or CiiiTU, - ,Si6o.i.uj EaHAIAGBt - - .$17i.UXJ DIVIDEND JOB 1871, 60 PES CENT. DIVIDEND FOB 1872. 60 PEB CENT. Tbi Oldest Baskliq Imtitctmhi di Utah. . A General Banking Biuiaesa transacted. AokbciM a COLORADO uto MONTANA. COLLECTIONS Promptly attended to Interest allowed on Time LeposiU. WINES AND LIQUORS. MANSFIELD ATCHISON&STEELL Direct Importers, AND WHOLESALE Liquor merchants OLD FIRST IHITIOHM. BUNK BUILDINGS, 64 MAIN STKEET, " ' SALT LAKE CITY. Brandy, Gin, Rum, Wnisky, and Wines, for; sale tn Original Packages. , M CONFECTIONERY. CRAND ANNOUNCEMENT. FINE DISPLAY OF CONFECTIONERY, BEST AND CHEAPEST GOO DS, AT H. WALi'AOE'ri 1st South-st, Salt Lake City. Special iadvert:siivients AdvertttiomontB under this handine 10 eon La per line per day ; nothing insortod for Ics than 50 cenu for one time. FOUND. A GOLD RTNG, WITH THE NAME ensraTed on it- Tho owner can havo it by tulliDit on A. . Hyde, ' Ol'l ConHitution BuildiDKR." 'I- 0. M. I., proving proorcy, arid paying tor tbi.iadrortlpeuiuDt. did FOR SALE. A T AMERICAN l'ORK C.'TY. SIX J lark-eptrong Muloa in siloDltd oundkiim, and warranted sioun 1. Will bo unld nt ii Imr-gn.in. Imr-gn.in. a pply at ollico of Mi, lor Miqiqk Smelting Co., Kimball li look. dJ WANTED. JOT WANTED, WASHINGTON HOUSE. CHAM RKKMAID WANTED, OVKR. LAUD Homo. dll A FEW BOARDLUS ENQU1KE AT NO, 2, Little's Row. Aim. Dunn. . TO RENT. IliIKST HOUSE NORTH OF 60CIAL Hall. I lo ront. Apply at ollice of Jont-in A. Young. d'1 BOARD. FURNISHED OFFICES. FHONT rooms, over new First Nation" I Jiank. Apply to VVarron Hiuuey or 0. W. iiounrfl. an K- DR. GROVES QSfttd P e n t i s t Office, S!(id South Btroat throe doom west of )reat Wogf.-m Uotn half a blook eMt of tfaphant atore salt Leo Office bowrffMPa nf5n.ni. ml FRANK'S DANCING ACADEMY!! FIRST SOUTH 1ST., Between First and Second Wcet Sla. TNSTnUfTTON GIVEN IN ALL KINUS i. of QUA LLBti nd ROT'ND DANCL-t. Clawei rut a foll'iirs: La'iios' (ind Oint' riai,. Tue-day and Thumday ev; L.dic Private Cl a, WwdnesJiie tro'ion.at 2 phi. Gent' Private C!'lm, WcdnnUy ov", at 6 u'lck. toirw) every SBtunlay oTcninit. l'rite L'n; giren ai reamalilo lorm. TERMS PER BOHTH, i PER COUPLE TUKUAl.LC'.X i:y.V.y.STi.i too. rAKiilia ciilap. in li duell:& crown EAST TEMPLE STREET, North of the Postoffice. WHOLESALE AND UETA1L AND Comiuission 31crcliau(s, Ample aocommodntiin fir Sioraffo at rotaon-auie rotaon-auie ratta. DRIED FBl'IT WANTED. 022 G. F. ClIMER & Ct) GR0E3EECK BLOCK, CROCERIES AXD WINDOW GLASS. Christmas Fruits, Canned Goods, Hams, Bacon, Candies, Etc. TaE FAillLY Tkade cax alwats DEPEND TJPON GETTIXO FllESB 13UTTK AXD EGGS at our Stoke. BREWERS HENRY WACENER, Salt Lakh City, Utah, CALIFORNIA BREWERY, LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORThJIt WBOI.KSU.K ANIl KkTAlL, SECOND SOUTH STUEKT. three doors east of Klei.hwr.1 Slum. SALT LAKE CITY BREWERY. A LAKGE STOCK OF BEKR and ALE On fconi.whichiaaolnowlcd.'od to be tbo Boat Quality over uiudo in tuia lo.rilory. A Superior Brain! male espa-ially for Christina. Lonvo ardors ?t tbo Tlrovrory, in tho Tenth Ward, or with S. .J hrnon, ai his nn.oyj, Uod-bo'a Uod-bo'a eomor, iu the biisoment. Delivered in all iar'.a oftliocity Froo of Charge. JAMES W. l'lTTS, ,j2i Manager. UTAH BHKWKHY. ALAR'JK SUPPLY OF (U-IMUINE ALR . and PUtUtSR.on huod tlio only rlaco in she Territory whjrO tbo i-iic urtmLo 14 man itHcturod. ifolivorod ia all parts of tho city. Four Gallon Ken, S'2.00. K.D. MAKUKTTSt (121 l'roiriotor. FIRE! FIRE!! NEWMAN & CO.. Farsibb Wood alraad? Cut and Si'lit, Stovo aiio, for 13 than you oan b u IVuod olaa-whora. olaa-whora. A COIID DELIVERLU FOU $4.75. If anysuiiaso thoy 'lon't koI tboir inonpy'i worth, just try it onoe -you will novor buy ol sew hero afterward. LEAVE OllDfclUSAT t'OST Ui 1'IUK, FILLED SAWIE DAY. d:f !. LUMBER. HUIlD G MATtiSI. I - r I i i-l 5 n t ; i m s 2 . O n n ph . a-7 J -g S . t H 1 SB h - 5 n i LUMBER YARD. All kiodr of LUMBEB DOORS, WINDOWS, Blinds, Mouldings, Sliinglim. Laths, JUKKS k FOKMAN. OYSTERS! BOOTH'S SELECTED BALTT2.T0P.E OYSTEHS. FK&SII EVERY DAY. ALL or'W ""Til 'r'-m t'.-rn 't oouDlrv will r'.'C'.i , 0 jnjrii'jIlH.ly att''itM'O. KUJl'MAX & ilUtSUHl, Exrlusilpc A'jnits for V'ifi, I. O. ',.Z EC .Main 3lrmt-:al; Lako Cu, .