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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
Twenty Days. Messrs. Teasdel & Co. announce that twenty days of their special oflcr remains, wh ich the public ia invited to t;ike ad vantage of. The terms are ten per cent, off to cash customers. Read the advertisement.. Hogs ! Hoos ! The cheapest place . to buy hogs is at the City market, flo Not only for thirty days but all the time I am Bulling Furnituro cheap, and keep the largest assortm ant in the the city. Don't forget the place. H. Dinwoodey'ri, 75, 77 and 70 1st South street. : . 112 For Sale. 100 feet, more or less, countering; also a lot of shelving. Will be sold a bargain. " Apply to W. H. Hooper. U0 The best qualities of Cord, Stove and Kindling Wood at the depot. Leave orders at the yard, or 109 Kimball block, for N. & Co. fS. 1 he uig iiooT establishment oi Z. C. M. I. have on exhibition and are constantly turning out all styles of first-class work in men, women and children's boots and shoes. A call is solicited, as custom work of all kinds is made a specialty of, and satisfaction guaranteed . f4 Largest assortment of Wall Paper in the city at II. Dinwoodey's, 75, 77 and 79 1st Sou tli street. J12 Why do such crowds of people buy their groceries at Walker Bros. ?l 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 Btreet, and at Captain Hart's coal yard, next block to the School House, 20th ward. J. W. Farns-worth, Farns-worth, agent. j29 Reversible .body Baby Carriages at H. Dinwoodey's, 75, 77 and 79 1st South street. ' 112 Go to' Mesa. & Rcub's. Mint Saloon, first-door north of Salt Lake House bar. All kinds of drinks 124 cents. .- - j27 Gbo. Showkll, scavenger for the City. o2 Finest pai'KU and card stock used in Job Work done at the Herald office. 1 au21 If you want to furnish your house, call at J. -Mi Joelson's, Groesbeck's building. j24 " In times of peace prepare for 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 tig id red a.vA it burns. Leave orders with C R. Barratt, text to Post Office, George E. Rcid & Jo., opposite Walker House, or at the office of the Grass Canon Coal Company, at E. Reese & Co.'s. D. H. Kinscy, Manager; John Aduoms, Agent. 120 Head quarters for Furniture, Feather, Mattresses, Wall Paper, at H. Dinwoodey's. f!2 The tvl'E and presoeo in Lhe Herald Her-ald Job office are new, which enables en-ables it to turn out first-class work. au21 Fou a nice oystor stew or fry, go to Dyer & Arbngast's, at the old ice cream parlor, 1st South street. o22 Quit claim deeds for sale at the Herald office. au21 Coal, Coal, Coal l-rhe celebrat-El celebrat-El Crismon Coal, the best in the mar-fcet, mar-fcet, at : per ton. at depot. Leave orders at yard south of depot; Z. C. M. I. Drug Store ; resilience, Hth Ward ; and P. O. Box ICW. Stop our wagons and give orders tu teamsters. j7 Look at This! The celebrated Robinson Weber coal, now reduced 10 only 38 per tun, well screened and weight guaranteed; ofTice af U, C. Jepot. Orders let "at Dun ford & Sons; Squires',, barber; Tesistiel & Co.'s; Sjivnge's, photographer; and at box in post office, will be promptly filled.'' P.- O. 'box 1150. -Shelmerdmc ifc Salmon. The ijet and clieapest Weber Coal jn market. i.50 per ton by the ear I bad." Gallon GcorgQ Ncbeker. il For tuk beat' hot drink-i, liquors and cigars at 12) cents eauli, go to the Mint Saloon, next door north ol the Salt Lake House bar. Messinger & Leveritige, proprietors. j27 The Pioneer Llv; East. Jf you are going tu Ciiicago, Delroit, Buffalo, New York or Philadelphia, you should buy your tickuts via the Chicago Chica-go & North Western Railway. It is I'.ic oldest, shortest, quickest and best route between Omaha and Chicago. Pullman Palace cars on all trains. No changes oi" ears. Tickets for sale at White & MuCor-nick's MuCor-nick's bank, at'Salt Lake City. W. H.SlemieU.Oeucral Passenger Agent. j27 JleuUlTs b In eld hii1 l'rotec-liou. l'rotec-liou. H'.ult!i i- univtirally nJ initial to bu thy. Iiiust du.iirnl.ilu ot tiaillily bl;S;in, yet it U jwpardiid rklosly as if il were of no villus til all. Thousands wljo are iow-jiullod iow-jiullod by Ui'-ir oeciipiiiiuns und pursuits lu brent I iu unwholesome air, to txjiOM: thfeiusulvo- to violent ulliirimtirms of iiciit and co'd, and lo brave otturr evils inimic-elL inimic-elL lo hoallh and lilbj utterly neglect U tbr-tily tbr-tily theiiiselvui! against the dangers which surround ihum hy a proper course of lonie treatmeiit. Pur many years il has been a publie fact, undenied even by the mur-tintls mur-tintls ol' iho medical prufesiioual, tbat Hoteliers Ktoniucb Biuers is the bel anrdvttj tu malaria and the lineal nccli-niatinj; nccli-niatinj; medicine-in existence lu fever and ague, di.-lriets, in tropical and other rgiuiis visiUfl by epitl;iiui, and indeed in nil localities when; the iniitlitions an: unfuvorabli; U licaltli, this famous vcRfl-nble vcRfl-nble invigoi-ant and allurutivu has been found a potent Nift-guanl even to feeble cijualituUuiiB and frflgilH tVaines, while tie a cure fur indigi-Viiun, biliousness and all kindred coin plaints, jt is confessedly without a rival. TO EVERYBODY Wo rt'ln to fall tbo ate on tion uf th imMto to our full nni cotuil'tu rtt tjk u( i-'ull mid Winter Ol'ithini;. con-i-tmii of the lat-st sty los and imttornH ullufo-tr own inniiufiio-turo. inniiufiio-turo. 'J ha iuiuiouna Fa iilitiof wo bnvi' "nablos un to Roll thoin t'riiQ) li to '-"I par oont loja thiio tiny othor hjeso in' tho oily, i'lia. U"uiio no will 8muly at Now York wboludiilo rmuu. Manufactory. ) L. (Journal n 4 Co., 84 Leonard Sl, Y Alain St., S. if. City. H ow York. ) dii HOTEL AKItlVAi.N, ,,'. J February 17. 0VUL4ND HOUSE. . 11 Brmn, Option ' J V Kit stun, ?nta U Uoftuu ' " Clara Cit DoiuiimD, du J M i'kkcring, Iowa J Thomson, y JC Lyon, do It C Unmilton. NY U C Wisnor, tlocboater 11 M Jnmt's, fct Louis .1 P Van, t'a V Kiiokuitfor.Sau Jute ti hllunh,'d.u J Kt.uor, i,t e ACER & Ht'BPIIY. TOM and JEURY. Hot Scotch, Hot Spicod turn, and all of tho ohuicuyt OrinkH coui-jo'indod coui-jo'indod nnd forvod iu a,iructicnl uiunnor by Auor Ji Murphy, proprietors ol tho Occidental Saloon, -ii i usi South street- dU i. U. WILLIAMS A CO. Have for uil nl thoir Wioe and Liquor Slorc,No. 25 First SmLn fltrool, corner ol'Uom-inoroial, ol'Uom-inoroial, pure Wlnoa and Liquor) of tho niiui'iiist brands by tho gallon, bottlo. or Drink- Fatoilioa Jupjiliodat rod i:oi ratoa. , BANKING. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF UTAH, HA LT Xj A. Jt 12 C 1 T V DESIQNATKD DEPOSITORY HID Fdunoial Aqkut or tbk Uhitkd Btitis WAIIREN I1US.SK. President, ATUUWY UODBbJ, Cashier. - Ab'TIIOKIKKl) CAPITAL $500,000 Paid up U&iitaL, 8150,000 Eajw im (iB, 8 176,0CV DIVIDEND FOR 1871, 60 PEE CEHT. , DIVIDEND FOB 1872. 50 FEE CENT. 1 Thb Oldest Bahkihq Isstitutioh hi Utah. A Qonerbl BimkiQg Business transacted, Agkhcibb in COLORADO and MONTANA. COLLECTIONS Promptly attendod to Trteriwt ullnwod on Timn Lnnosit. WINES AND LIQUORS. MANSFIELD ATCHISON! STEELL Direct Importers AND WHOLESALE! LIQUOR MERCHANTS )LD FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS 54 1IAIN STKEET, SALT LAKE CITY. Brandy, Gin, Rum, Wnisky, and Wines, FOR SALE IN Original Packages. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SALT LA K IS TJlKA'i KIS UUlU'OKATION, Proprietors. CInwon, Cuina mii Williium, Mnnngora J sine li. Viiifon. St Hire M iinn'or. AnJ Lnit Ai poaraot o of tho edotiral'd Author anil Aotor, DION BOUC1CAULT. Wednesday Eve., Feb- 18. 1874 Will fao uroaontod BoucicnuL's noxr drama, entitled. DADDY O'DOWD. Michael O'Dowd Mr B UCICAULT To ocniracnon with llu olofi.ui. Comedy of TJS3r up. Sir Charles Colds roam Mr liGUCICADLT TO-M0RKOW EVENING, Mr. J. C.Williainson & Miss M. lore, vi in make thoir first Appearance in 1'IIB DAUGHTER OF 1UK REGIMENT And CUINRSE INVASION, Adminilcn Parquotto ana First Circle. 91; Second Circlo, S'c: Third Circle, 'io; Raaorve ed Sea's iic additional. Private Boxes J7 to 312 oaob,- Box otlioo open at 10 a.m. Ioora opon at Seven, parlor lUancQ to win -monoeat lUll-nast, BALLAD ENTERTAINMENT , AT TUB M. E. CHURCII FRIDAY Eve,' -Feb. ZOtl, For tho bonelit of tho il. E. Church , given b, Mrs. HAYDOS, Assisted by Professor Williant. 'Mr. Aug. Podloch, Mi John Blnclc, Vno-iliNts. Trolfor Pratt, an.l tho Mrari DroUsllUI SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT! Advertisements under this head inn 10 cent per line per day ; nothing insortod for Its than 50 oonU for one time. LOST. hf REWARD- A LIVER C0L0REI t-o'tor, four months old, wbi:o no' and white foot. Tho above riMrarl will b I'ftidii'hor at tho UkHiLli ollico, or corn oi 6th ouih and 1st West. f!8 TO RENT. THE COMMODIOUS BANKING TT0USE, 1'. Traoy & Co. For particular ai!y to li. GrcniK, Look Box 780, Salt La to City P. 0. . jS FOR SALE. AC0MMDI0TJ3 ST )HE GROCERY and Saloon -doing a snod business, at Sandy. Pront propriolor' oojeoc in leaving is ill boalih. for further particular imjuire of U. if. Culmor Co., Gr'eibocn Block, Salt Lake City, or of J. if. Sihmoiud, daudy . m FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS AT TWE.NTY-four, TWE.NTY-four, Alain street, live doors north of tho jiudt oiboo. f 13 Q A LOON TO RENT. WASHINGTON O House. Lnauiro Uvorl&nd House. i'Zl TO LEASE. rpIJE PR EMIBES LYING IMMEDIATK-1 IMMEDIATK-1 Ij-nonhof tQo Sovunty's Hail, unJ half block douth of theatre. Apnly to A. C. Py-P Py-P . r, at Conatitutinn Buildinga. ill WANTED. riOUROK FIVE ACTIVE YOUNt MEN lJ who nntu a itood i lain hini, to canvusj lor tho Henoial Directory oi Suit Lako Ciry. Amiiy iuimo littoly at ttin oJiuo, fj7 A PARTNER. WITH FOU'i OR SIX thinumcd doll u-s, to invoit in tho Uotul buaints3. Mucurily on roal eecuio will bo given tor thti amount, jWJris i oat UiBuo Box 07. f Ui WANTED FuU THE CJUNXtlY, A si -I to do sunural housowors. and wait on tho tu bio. gT por week will bo paid- Cigar Storoi ti-i Main Str:t. jil 55. DR- GROVES, GllEEa Dentist Office Seoond South Streot three doors wont of Groat Western Hotel halt a blook oast ot Elephant Store calt Lake City. (Mae hoars froinU a.m to 5 p.m. ml OH! SAY! Do you know whore RUSSELL & TULLIDCE Have movod to t OPPOSITE OVERLAND II0IEL. SICKS. GRtlftlNG, GLOSSING AND MARBLING MARB-LING A SPECIALTY. Wo will not bo outdone in quality or prices afSICM work. K'mi-mbor Overland Hotel, Main Slreot, Salt LakoCity. Q3 NATHAN DAVIS & SONS, LROfiAHB BRASS FOUMDERS All kinds of CASTiira to oiica. Agents tor SRIFFIEE 4; WifiOrj Pateat Vortical Portable ENGINES AND SAW Mi LS BaU'E.'ihlcelo and Beading Machines. A.90 Cops Mitk-i!! m i' n irinn Couiio P1TMPINU MACHINERY. Want Street. nor Norta t'ji'lie SALT LAKE CITV. RESTAURANT. HEADQUARTERS RESTAURANT 52 MAIN STREET. BILLY CLAlUCiS aal U.ViUlY WRI'JUT Proprietors. Oysters and Cain constantly on hand. . Charge roaaoaible, and attentive and bands 'iuo wait ih is attendance. j27 Merchants and Travelers EATING HOUSE, First South St., opp. Townaend House. SINGLE MEALS, SO CENTS. BOARD BY THE WEEK. ArrnDBomonts made with Dancing parties tor supper. hbs. i3 aiB'tHM. p.nr HON FOUNDERS EDMUND 1VILKKS ...I.ft3fli(. SALT LAKE IRON CO. MuoultwuTor of ll kioda of Iron and Brass Castings Mining, Milling nurt Smelting MACHINERY, Will contract to eroot Quartz ATills ife Smelters complete Naruow Gauge Railroad Worf SWITCHES. FROGS aDd WATER STATIONS SEAT, HAND, TUSH, an MINING CARS, BU. ILDING FRONTS, ORNAMENTAL HOUSEWORK, And BUILDINGS, Etc. Wobks: ' On blook South of Ujo U.C.E.R. Rfnton rran. lt ol TRADESKEfl 1KD BUSISESs'ltlEN: WHO REAI.TZE TTIK VAI.UKOPQOOD EiiM.lay In AdvertiRinir. not your Eilli ". nod Ciirila whoro tlioy Jo tlio inoat Ktod" ;TUE UEUiLl) JQU OFHCE. s LUDDELL & BROWN ' EAST TEMPLE STREET, e , North of the PostofficeJ , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS MID Commission Merchants Ample aooommodfUion Tor Storage at rouoa a bio rates, lmiKD FUUIT WANTED. 22 WELLS SPICER, Salt Lake City, Utah, WILL examine minos.make reportii,mapi,' jjlits and diaruuis of minor, and lur-nish lur-nish reliable abstracts ol title Ogicc in Groexbcck'a Block, JH i Estate of James M. Carter, DECEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVE'I BY TUB uudorsitsiiod AdininsTaturi of the above oiuuod on.it", tu thocroditorn of, and all per-soim per-soim having claiaij agninit said dooeiLSod, to oxhioit tho samo with nooessary vuuohers, witnin two years from tho 6th January in-stunt, in-stunt, to the underdid nod. at tho otl'ioe ovor b irB INaiioiial Hank, Main streot, 6 all Lake City. Jj LOKhME J. UAKTKH, M. A. 0AKTKR, )ft Administrators, NOTICE. ZlQN'ti Co-OI'KKITIVK M Kite A.i riLK IsnviTio.f, It Lake City, Utah, J anuary, 22nd, 1674, ON and after the tsfof FEBRUARY, prox all open accounts on tho books of this Institution shall bo considered payable on tho 1st of eaoh month. Any account not paid by the iOth of the month will boolojodandm further or edit extended unless upon an order from J23 WM. U. 1100PER.9uDt. St. Louis, Kansas Citf Northern Short Line K) AND FitOM SALT LAKE AND THE EAST. - Passengers to and from Salt Lake should bear in mind that the bt.Louis, KansaaOity tfe Northern Short line in connection with '-he Kansas City, St. Joseph, & Council Blufls K, R., is the only line running tlirough cars over the greitt filissouii River bridge into and out of Omaha. All other lines to or iroin the eiist, north or south in- ' VfllvA rt. riisjacrrfo.ililn trtmafpr a,iH change of cars in tranafering over the Missouri River intoandoutol'Oniaha, This line is the only one running . through cars between St. Louis and Omaha in direct connection with the Union Pacific railroad. These ar .important facts lor the traveling pub lie to consider, as changes of cars and transfers, which other lines are ubject to, are sources of great discomfort dis-comfort and inconvenience to travel ers wmch the niiated fully appreciate, all of which travelers may avoid by taking this great tlirough line, and availing themselves of the advantages it oflers. GO THROUGH ST. LOUIS. It is not generally known, but it U nevertheless a fact, that the shortest line to and from Salt Lake, and Louisville, Lou-isville, Cincinnati, Indianopolis, Oo-iumbus, Oo-iumbus, Wheeling, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Cleve-land, Jiuilalo, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Philadel-phia, Baltimore, Washington, New York and Boston,is tlirough St.Louis, nver the St. Louis, Kansas City fc Northern Short line. This line is not only the shortest and quickest, but it affords an additional advantage of passing' through St. Louis, the great metropolis of about four hundred and Ulty thousand yihabitauts, the third largest city in the Union, and is most prosperous in all branches ol trade and manufactories. It being 1 located in the groat Valley of the .Mississippi, practically at the junction of the Missouri River, it is gradually drawing to itself, by reason of ita location, lo-cation, a large majority of the trade of tlie Great WiMt. People go.ni, jo or from the East Nwrth or on th, to or from the Great West, by other lines, should by all menus take this line through St. 1,011 in. and TitVixnn:illv wifnt-oj tlm magnitude of this great city. The St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern North-ern Short line, with iUi elegant equipment equip-ment of reclining chair ears, which they run v ithout extra charge, ita mugnilicent day coaches and Pullmau .sleeping palaces, and excellent roadway, road-way, ailords the bust avenue to or from St. Louis, to and from the Grea West. No.ia ; THE HERALD BOOK BINDERY Turns out BLANK li.O.OKS, Order Books Registers Iii,K(ioutLl ia ;Ud with o5tieditioa'o.u al 41 1 Lin tiu.lt Like City.