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Tickets for the Ballad Enertain- i ment to-morrow evening can lie hud at the book stores of -Limes Dwyer nnd Stevens & Co., at Godbe & Co.'s 3'! 'Drug-Store and at the postoffice. H9 - Auction. J. D. M. Crock well, Sou ifeCo.j Co-op Auction andCom mission '!i ''' House, will sell this day a large lot of Bedding, Household and Kitchen ' ' Furniture, Stoves, &c. All' articles " first 'class: fl- Hogs! Hogs ! The cheapest place y Jtotbuy hos jB at the City market, flo Not o.vlv for thirty days but all the time I am selling Furniture cheap, and keep the largest assortment in the the city. Don't (orget the p!ae3. H. Dinwoodey's, 75, 77 and 7 1st South street. ' ' ' " fl2 For Sale. 100 teat,- more or less, countering; also a lot of shelving. Will be sold a bargain. Apply to W. H. Hooper. : '. ' 1 1 10 The best qualities of Cord, Stove and Kindling Wood at the depot. Leave orders: at the yard, or 109 " "Kimball block, for N. & Co. 18. . ' The "Big. Boot'' establishment ol ., Z. C. M. I, have on exhibition and , are constantly turning out all styles . of firstr-class wurkin men, women and !j children's boots and shoes. . A call is solicited, as custom work of all kinds is made a specialty of, and satisfaction guaranteed. ft Lajig est assortment ofWall Taper in the city at H. Dinwoodey's, 7-3, 77 and 79 JstSouthstreet. fl2 i , , , Why no such crowds of people buy their groceries at Walker Bros. ? Because there they get the best and cheapest, and. have their goods promptly delivered. f6 Coal, Coal. From the old Allen Mine, long known as the best coal in Utah, is now for sale in this city. Leave orders at G. H. Knowlden's, Main Btrect, and at Captain Hart'B coal yard, next block to the School House, 20th -ward. vJ.- W. Farns-worth, Farns-worth, agent. . . ( ( . j29 r f Rhvt!bsiui..e fuopv Baby Carriages f i at H. Duiwoodfty's, 75, 77 and 79 . 1st South-street. fl2 Go-?' TOi. iesu. - & Reub'a. Mint . faloop-, flrst door north of Salt Lake House bur. AJ1 kinds of drinks 12J cents. j27 Geo. J5h.ow.klLj scavenger for the Oity. . . . o2 '' Ik you want to furnish your house, will at J. M. Joelson's, Groesbeck's building.' '. ' ; , j24 " " Jn times of peace prepare lor war.' Fortify yourself with a ton of genuine Grass Canon Coal, which can now be had for $7.75 per ton at the depot. Our coal is known by the luiht red un it burns. Leave orders with C, R. Barratt, lext to Tost Oflice, George B. Jieid & . Jo., opposite Walker House, or at ihe oiiico of the Grass Canon Coal Company; WE. Reese & Co.'s. D. H. Kinsev, Manager; John Adooms, Agent. ' j20 These ark messages at the W. U. telegraph ollicc for J. M. Tayler, Mrs. Robert McO-mhe, and G. W. Wilson. Head . qitartlk-j -fur Furniture, Feathers, Mattresses, Wall Paper, H,t H. Dinwoodey'f'. fl2 ' For a nice oyster stew or fry, go to Dyer A Arboga-jt's, at the old ice crcatu, parlor. 1st South street. o22 'dAJ,, ' !Jo h Coal 1 Thccelebrat- cd Crismon Coai, ily? Lest in the market, mar-ket, at ?S per Ujii at depot. Leave , orders at yard south of depot; Z. C. j M. I. Drug Store ; residence, 14th 1 Ward ; and i O. Box 9(.V.). Stop out ' wagons and give orders to teamsters. if Lop 'at Tiijs"!. TUji e.lebratcd lujbinson Weber coal, now reduced o only $8 per ton, well screened and weight guaranteed; olliee at U. C. depot. Ori lefts " U;-li t Dijmford Sons; S.juircs', barber; Teasdel fc Co.'s;. Savage's, photographer; and at box in post olliee, will be promptly filled,- .IV G. boxlloOV , Shelmerdine fe Salilion' " ' : 1 - - jl3 The ii est and cheapest Weber Coal ,0 market. '$ii..30 per toil by the car load. Call on George Nelieker. ll p'jD-V 1'ifrit lot 'IrU'Vi, Ji'iufirs iiml cjarsivt. cunts cadi, go U the Mint Saloon,, next , . door nurt ol (.lie Salt Lake- House b.ir. Mcssingcr Lcyeridge, pn'l'i'ictors. J27 r '-T'jiK rioNjsKi -JNf- Kast. If you ''are going to Cliicago, DuU'nit, Huflalo, New York or riiiladelpiiirt-, you should buy your ticketa em the Chicago Chica-go & Jorlli Wcptru liailvv.iy. H it the oldest, shortest, rjuicLej. and best route biitweau Omalia and Oliicngo. J'ullman 1'alnee cars on all trains, changes of cars. Tickets for sale at While & McCor-nick's McCor-nick's hank, at Salt Lake City. W. jJ,ritenneU,General I'lL-nenger Agent. i'r7 Tije c!;i nl Mr. Jolfu M. Bueko, mining broker, of Star city, Heaver Lounly, with White it MoCornick for reference, will be found in another column. He has been two years in the camp and is well informed on all claims in that section. bis ad- , vejtjsemeiic. ' TO EVERYBODY We denim to call tho attention ) t,he uuMia to our full un.i :ounl.;to .Ht.wk. of I-'iiU nnd Winter Cl.uthiuR, ootHUtinir of tho lat'Bl styltw nii'l uuttnrnH ullofg ir oivn tninufiio-ture- '1 ho immnifio ncilitiw wo bavo ouahloa uh to sell thorn I'r m Hi to '2" per oont. 1oh thaD noy other h'juso in tho ciiy. Tbo tni'in wo will auiitily in How Vort vii)lodlij rtiioa. Manufactory. ) L. Uolubki a A Co., S4 L.tonard St., V Main St., 6. U City. Nnw York. ) di HOTEL AKR1VAI.S. I'oljruary 10, OVERLAND HOUSE. .1 II dnnhi'T, rhi-n A ililmo, Uun J P Lcirtonriog. Alloa- l' 11m Ion actl n iCo, town IVjoIiu (1 Brown, N Y -I V Unrtaa, Biruh'in 11 liroiro, do A 11 tMlona, 'hoaha J L UiKltUar, Ohio i MuMo m. Drv 0 11 Cum ton. Dry C . P i'.nlooa, d A I'oindi-'Xtqr, tsiintlv ) Batotuno, Pioeho UREA'f WESVHItN, W iM&yno, Biofhaui Snm Edo, Alt OSLnrvor M Dan Iron. Lpdon M Ollormir, Iou V I'holin, Hinglmm W .1 Hou iind, do 0 Soiiinuton, do U Billion, ii id bam , J li liarnoa, Ul'RK Al l. at & 111 U I'll Y. TOM and JERRY. Hot Scotch, Hot Spieod Ktiin, and all of tbo a hoi est Driuks oom-poundod oom-poundod and nervud in o, iirnctiuil mannor by Auor & Murphy, proprietor!) of tho OotiidouUl Saloon, 'do First South etroot- dH J. U. WILL1AHS A CO. Have for nala at thoir Wino and Liquor Store, No, First South street, corn or ot Uom-inorcinl, Uom-inorcinl, puro WinoM nnd Linuora of tbo ehoicoat brands by tho gallon, bottle, or Drink. Familiw Buppliod at roduoo J ratos. BANKINC. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF UTAH, SALT LAItil CITY DESIGN ATKD DEPOSITORY AND : FifwttoiAL Aoran- or tub Usitkd Btatkb WARREN IIUSSKY, Prcndont, ANT1IUNY U0U1JK. Caahior. AUT1I0H1ZKD CAPITAL - f. 100,000 Paw in- Cai-ital JloOWO Eakninob 8175,UUtl DIVIDEND FOB 1871, 60 PER CENT. DIVIDEND FOB 1872. 60 FEE CENT. Tub Oldest Bahkidq Institution ih Utah. A Qonorel Banking Business transacted. Aoraciita in COLORADO and MONTANA. COLLECTIONS Promptly nttondod to Tnloroit allrnrnd in Time T. PT'o-ittw WINES ANDLIOUORS; mSFIELD ATCHISQN&STEELL Direct Importers AND " , , ' WHOLESALE! LIQUOR MERCHANTS OLD FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS 64 MAIN STREET, ; SALT LAKE CITY. Brandy, Gin, Rum, VYnisky, and Wines, . " ' FOR SALE IN Original Packages. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MM SALT LAKE THEATRE CORPORATION, Proprietors. ClnwBon, Caina and William?, Mamgors Jamos II. Vinson, Siago Maoogor. Eneagomont of tbo tilintol johiie Como-di'iinoand Como-di'iinoand Vf enlist, MISS MAGGIE MOORE, And tho popular Ca'nodiw and CaA motor MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON',' Thursday Evening, Feb. 19. 1874 . Will bo prosontod, Buokstono'a Musical Comio Drauii, entitled. JOSBPHIN'K. witb soigi . ".J-shtcj through, tho wido World,"- "Auk mo not why. " lut-n-lft-tfraoQ V. uad tho "Laat KOio uf Suuimor," Miss MAQdiE MOORE. GIULUOT, ft Poasnnt, Mr. J.. G, WILLIAMSON- To conHiirlo with tho lauthiblQ Fnreo in Uno Aot, writ'.on exurei-dy for Miss ilojro. and Mr Williamson, entitled THE HIIXESB LWASIOM! KITTY O'PHANE.l An Irish Girl, with (tone 6AM Hi L'J ) "No Irish nood aimJy. ' MlS:TMAGiiIl MOORE. SLOUOH.i Tlutclior snmo'i'noa.othorwiio a gurMtJittn of oletjaot leisure, i a, a I Hoodlum AH KA UNA BLIM ilr. J.G. WILLIAMSON. J " ' T0-MOFROW EVENINO, FEB. EOi UNCLE TOM'S CABIN! SATURDAY, Gran d M atinee ! AdminnirD Fiirquotto nan First Circlo, 81; Socond Uirolo, -S'c: Third tirolo, iio; Koscrvo ed boats 25o. additional. Private Jiosod $7 to $12 etich, ilox oltic) oton at 1J a.m. Doom open at Huvoo, pcrlormanjo to ooro.- monoe at UuK-oast. JOHN M. BUCKE, MINING I! It O At 13 11 , At STAR CITY, BEAVER COUNTY, nAS beon in tho camp over Iw yonra, and is l)0Ptcd in regard tu aM oliiiim in t but suction. Will kivo iromiJi attoutiun .to all buaino;8 intruKtud to hiiu. KoforoDoos' White & MoCorniok.Sftlt Lako City. fill mTssouhi valleTUfeInsur7 ance company. IN juitico tJ Mo'frs. Burncs & tfmodlcy, Agon la in this oity of tbi? roliublo Life Company, we copy from tho ollicial roiiort ot thoSui'OriQtondentof iQBuranootor tho State of Kansas tho folloivinit paragrapha: . Tho ruccosh of tho M isiijuri ValloyLifi) In-eurancc In-eurancc Compnny. o! our fSmto. h i-.s douittioss bean tho CBUto of ttio (.rijMni.atioo oi a new coinpany 'ihe Alliance .tint ial Life Aciur-anoo Aciur-anoo Hoi;ioty of tbo Uniloi Mato?. whiofa com-liany com-liany was orRnitcd May 17, JftT.l, but owing to soiuo uniorscoon doiiiys. has not boon able to perfect its orpanizHtion ar. this dale, nod so has not received as yot n cortiticito ot authority author-ity lor tho transaction of bumcofs within tho State Wo may well hpe tht tho proKpority of thiB now candidate nr public support will enoi'uraKO Hie loruiaticn of still othor oom-I'ftnios. oom-I'ftnios. firo a- woll us hfo Tliat it is o tho dcoidwl bonofit uf ilio btato that such coni-panian coni-panian thduld bo org mir.td is too ovident to nar.d di.-uusfion; tho lack of capital at rcuson-ab rcuson-ab o ratos of intoro.-t is to-day ono of tho (rroatest cIdbb upr.n thi adviinocmont of our you n if coiuitmnwoalth. Sumo ovidonoof tbiB LoDoIlt my bo moa in tho faot tual tuo Missouri Miss-ouri Valioy Lifo Ins .rnnco Company loaned inourytalo alooo, d ring the your 1&T2, tho sum iSrS'j-21.7 St, wliik. po tar ns 1 have re ceiYed any rouort, no othor lilo company, ex-oept ex-oept tho c-on hive-torn Mutual Lilo of Mil wau- havo at all aided us in our muuoyod cood iho furinor company bavins loaot-d m Ivaosas, up to thi tiino, tbo k'onorous sum of toAUOJ. and tbo latter coojptiny tho sum ot SlZj.Ouy. aomo ot tho larger Ea? turn comraiiios may iind in this fact soojo reason tor tho diminution of hhoir no hiiBinoifi.not only ic L;insiusbut througli-o througli-o ut the nowor West, it is ontirJiy nitu al to help thoso who h'lp na Banks can only supply sup-ply tho morcantilo community and tho clns of buMcoss oiuti who noud aid for Bisty or ninety days; whilo tbo larmor and niunuf.ic-turor niunuf.ic-turor in this Boction muat go bogging tor aid. especially so tho larmor; to thoso a portion ol the accumulations oi insuranco Of mpanios misht bo with safety loaned, and on lon-or tirao than is pry a table or possible (or any bank. "Thl" company Is said 'ohnvosinco obtained authority to do bu inoss in Kanstis. il'J OLID TITFIII FOR SALE AT THE ; HERALD OFFICE. . SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS AdvortiBomentj under this hoadlnir 10 cont por lino per day; nothing insortod for losi than 60 conte for one dm 6. "' FOUND. AD AUK. C0L0UKD HULK, . WITH Saddle marks on back, a'tachod to tlx front part of a wiitfon, Tho owner can have il by applying to tL U- bharkoy's tin store, nnd paying charBoa. fltl " , ..if1' LOST. ONE MAONIPyrNO OLABS, SKT IN gold. 'Jho fiider will bo rewarded by lea vine the seme at J.D.M. t'rocVwell, t?on A Cu.'t Co op. Auotion and Commission llouso. fltt tpK HKWARD. A LIVER COLOltBU O't bettor, four months old, whi'.o nose and whito feet. Tho abovo rwai l will bo natd i'hor et tbo HhriLP office, or cum or 6th South and 1st West. fJK TO RENT. THE COMMODIOUS BANKTXU noUSE, neatly fiitod tin, n'contly ocjupiod by T. V. Tracy AO. For particular- n.-uly tJ D. Orrnitf, Look Box 76U, dalt Lato City 1'. 0- - JjM ..; : - FOR SALE. ACHMMDIOU.-I ST E -GROCERY and S.iLion doing a (rood bu linns', at Sandy. 1're.Jfint irn)riotijr' ; ubjon in loaviuj; is ill hojlth For further. pariicnUre iu.mi-oof U. D'. Culm or J: Co.,'" Or -esbacit Block, tialt bako City, or of J. H vihmudoa, daody . j23 FOR RENT. 171 jni ISH ED H 00 M S AT T V EX T Y-JL Y-JL four. Main street, tiro doors north of tho pOJt office fl CJALOOr TU RENT. WASflINiirrN O- Jiouao. Kuquiro uverland House, iU TO LEASE. THE I'R EMISES LYDTH 1MMBDIATK-ly 1MMBDIATK-ly north of tho Sovoaty'i Hall, ..n.I half block south of theatre. Apply to A. C. t'y-p t'y-p r, at-'-'ouatimttun Building- jl 1 WANTED. BOY rIO BLACK B'JOTS. At Uverland Uouso. r: TMMEUlAIELY, A MIL OLE - AGED X Momm, fo a houB j-ktoi'Or io a small family ono who will tako an into rot t in tho family. Ir.'jiiiro of Thuodi'ra Curtis, Sccnd South, opposite Commeroial Su-ee:. botwooa tho hourd of I'i'i a m. and i p m.; or at reei-denoe, reei-denoe, two biooks west aid one and e-half north of tho it It. dopot, ai .or o p. ai. f 14 A PARTNER. WITH F0DR OR SIX j th'iujund dull irs, to invoit in the Hotel bu.iinoss, riL-curi'y on roal wtato will bo given for tb.o amount. Addreiia i'ost ORio box 07. fia WANTED FOKTUE CJUNrrf.iT, A gi I to do (tenor.il housevTorti. and wait on tho tablo. 07 per week will bo paid- Cigar Store, til Main Struct. DR. GROVES, trigi$3j Dentist - OfEoo, Sooond South Stroot throe dorTB west of- Great Woatrn Ilotol half a block eadt ol Elephant Storo alt Lake City. UlSoo hoars from 9 a.m. to 5 p. in. ml OH! SAY! ; -' Do you, know whoro RUSSELL & TULLIDCE IJttre raovod to ? OPPOSITE OVERLAND HOTEL. SIGNS, GRAIKING, GLOSSING AND MARBLING MARB-LING S SPECULTY. Wo will not booutdono In quality or prices .ofSIOil work. Krmpmbor Overland Ilotol, Main Street, Salt Lako Cily. - NATHAH DAVIS & SONS, mOKAUDBSASSFODHDEBS kinds ot OAS.TI it a TO OEDRR. agents tor 8SIFFIT3 W338 Pr.te-! Vortical TorUb:. ENGINES AND SAW Ml' LS - bfll'( i'hinjle and QandtUK MaahioM. BO 0op & Maxwell Maoafa jturins OompaD PUM?XNO MACHINERY, - rt'e-t-Stroat, no-r I'.'orth Ci-n;ii3St-S4LT LAKE CITY. RESTAURANT. HEADQUARTERS RESTAURANT 52 MAIN STREET. BILLY CLARICE and UUUiVT WiUJUT Proprietors. Oysters and Uaij oonstantly on band. Chargas roasoaible, aad attootivo and handsomo wait s m attondacuo. i-7 Mcrchaats aad Travclors' E A TING HOUSE, First South St., opp. Townaond llouao. SINGLE MEALS, 30 CENTS. BOARD BY TLIE WE15K. ArranRemonts made with DinciuK partiol ior supper. SIRS. unr BUM -us, ?w. IRON FOUNDERS SDMUND W I LUES Lkks. SALT LAKE IRON CO, M&nurnoiurer of all kinds of Iron and Brass Castings Billing, Hilling and Smelling MACHINERY, Will oootraot to .root Quartz afuis & Smelted couipletf" Narrow Gauge Railroad Worf, SWITCHES. FROGS and WATER STATIONS 'SEAT, HAND, PUSH, an.' MINING OARS, BUILDING FRONTS, ORNAMENTAL HOUSEWORK, And BUILDINGS, Em Woekb; 0ao block South of tho U.C.tl.R. Septoaitici: 0. 1S73. ol LIDDELL & BROWN I EAST TEMPLE STREET, North of the PostofficeJ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND Commission. Merchants Ample accommodation for Storago at re moo a Hie rates, iJKIEll FUUIT WANTED. 022 WELLS SPICER, mining fc:Oi ijl: n: It, Salt Lako City, Utah, WILL exrvmino mines, make reports, mapi, pints and diitiTuim of mine.', and lur nish reliable abstracts oi' titlo. Ojicc in G 'roes heck's Block. Hi Estate of James M. Carter, DEC BASED. N'OTIOE 13 HHREDY (JIVEV BY TUB undoraignud Adoiins'r;ttors of the abovo named o-nt", to th croditora of. ami all por-jods por-jods bavins cluuua aumn-t enid doocaaod, to oxbiOit ilio tuimo wuh necessary vouohors, within two yta;a frum tho Iith January in-stant, in-stant, to the un loriituod. at iho otlieo over Vitht Aulivoai liank, Main strout, bait Lake City. fi.OKfc.-NuE J. UAKTER. M. A. OaR'l'KK, !'" Administrators, NOTICE. Zion'a Co-op an vtiyb MERUiriLs Isonvunon, It Lnko City, Utah, January, 22nd, 1674. ON and af.or tho Ist'of FEBRUARY, prox all opon aooounu on the books of thti Institution shall bo considered payable on tho 1st of each month. Any account not pail by the 10th of tho month will bo olosod and ar further o:odit ox tended an loss upon an ordor from jtf WM. II. HOOPBR. S iat St. Louis, Kansas Citf AND Northern Short Line TO AND FROM SALT LAKE AND - THE EAST. Passengers to and from S;itt Lake should bear in mind that the St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern Short line in connection with the Kansas City, St. Joseph, & Council Blulla R, R., is the only line running through cars over the great Missouri River bridge into and out of Omaha, - All other lines to or Irom the east, north or south involve in-volve a disagreeable transfer and change of cars in trausfering over the Missouri River into and outot' Omaha. This line is the only one running through cars between St. Louis and Omaha in direct connection with the Union Pacific railroad. These ar aiiijjorcum lucra ior tne traveling pui lie to consider, as changes ol cars and transfers, which other lines are uhject to, are sources of great discomfort dis-comfort and inconvenience to travel ors w'iieh the iniated fully appreciate, all of which travelers may avoid by taking this great through line, and availing themselves of the advantages it oilers. GO THROUGH ST. LOULS. It is not generally known, but it U nevertheless a tact, that the shortest line to and from Salt Lake, and Louisville, Lou-isville, Cincinnati, Indiunopolis, Columbus, Co-lumbus, Wheeling, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Cleve-land, UuUiilo, Haj-risburg, Philadelphia, Philadel-phia, Baltimore, Washington, New York and Boston, is through St.Louis, nver the St. Louis, Kamas Oity & Northern Short hue. This line ianot only the shortest and quickest, but it affords an additional advantage of. passing through St. Louis, the great metropolis of about four hundred and tilty thousand inhabitants, the third largest city in the Union, and is most prosperous in all branches ol trade and mauufacturics. It being located in the great Valley of the Mississippi, practically at the junction of the Missouri River, it ia gradually drawing to itself, by reason of its location, lo-cation, a large majority of the trade of tlie Great vV" ..st. People gomt: ,o or from the East North or om-th, to or from the Ureal West, by other lines, should by all mcaus hike this hue through St. Louis, and personally witness the magnitude of this great city. The St. Louis.Kansiia City & Northern North-ern Short line, with iu elegant equipment equip-ment of reclining chair ears, which they run v ithotit extra charge, iLs magnificent day coaches and Pullmau sleeping palaces, and excellent roadway, road-way, ailurds the best avenue to or from St. Louis, to and from the Urea West. JSo. l 3 THE HERALD BOOK BINDERY Turns out BLANK JS.O.OKS, Order Books Registers Id.gOouVj ; : .'n.l v. iih o.;cdi'.ito 0i Unl fl 1 & in Salt Lako City.