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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
COMMERCIAL. Salt Lake City, January 30, lS7o. Gold: Buyinc, 11-; Selling, 115. Travelers should woftr Elmwood oollars. Thoy nrs e.iaily carried, wear well, look nicoly, and do not require WHBhinR. jol City, January 2o, lS7u. Dr. C. H'. Uigjins: Dear Sir. Permit mo to add my tustimonial to the many others that have been published, all testifying to your skill. I have suffered five years with a bad cough, and my friends bo-gan bo-gan to think I had the consumption. In vain I tried overy remedy, until father prevailed on me to try your Cough Drops and other remedies, and I am now happy to say I am well, having taken your medicines only four weeks. Your friend, j31 Geo. Wilding. Washington's Birthday. Grand ball at the Dixon House, Bingham, on Washington's birthday. j30 Cheap Meat. Some folks have been blowing about the rise and scarcity scarc-ity of becf. They are calumniators . and economizers of the truth. Fred. ; May, 12th Ward Meat Market, will sell any quantity of beef, pork, mutton mut-ton and veal cheaper than the cheapest. cheap-est. Ho makes No. 1 sausage meat. ( Try it. Delivered free. . j30 t i i The Aldixe. The prospectus for this magnificent journal for 1S75 is cut, and the offer made by the agents in this city will place it within the reach of every lover of the beautiful in typography, literature and art. It is a new plan, of monthly payments on delivery, so that lor fifty cents per month any one can become tho -possessor of the most artistic and original conception of American journalism. An additional inducement will be the presentation of three handsome chronics to every subscriber of the series. Stevens & Co. are the agents for Utah, who, at the commencement of the second quarter of the current I year, will be prepared to supply all the leading American and European periodicals, reviews and other works of a similar character. Parties desiring desir-ing any of the above should hand in their names at an early date. J30 Mk. Waoner, Saddle Rock Oyster house, has received a shipment of fine fresh keg oysters. j28 Leave wood orders for C. B. Durst at Rock Springs coal office, Main St., opposite Wasatch hotel. 24 Excelsioe Iron Mines, Hematite from four lodes, best quality for fluxing. Address J. W. Snell, superintendent, super-intendent, Idaha Store. j22 Not Wonderful. The great demand de-mand for boots and Hhoes of our own make, because the public know the excellence and cheapness of our goods. Workingmen's Coop, 90 Main Street. n!3 The Latest Novelty. Perforated cardboard, printed with beautiful designs, de-signs, just received at the Pioneer art gallery. C. R. Snv-ige. dlS An elegant stock of corals just eceived at Joslin& Parks'. o24 Preparing to Live. Everybody and his brother are blowing about their fine cheap brands of wines, whiskies and brandies, but our liquors blow for themselves. Old City Liquor Store. dlO Dr. C. W. Higgins. Office hours from 9 to 12 a.m., and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 'J p.m. dG. Furniture bought, sold, or repaired repair-ed at E. Jacobs' auction rooms, Main street, two doors north of postoffice. jC . Twenty cestb off' the dollar at Cameron's Now York store for thirty days, and goods cheaper than over. American Hotel property for sale, cheap. Ref;r to Hon. W. H.Hoopei or the proprietor. Terms Liberal. J. C. Little. d30 Take Notice. On account of ill health I will sell my entire stock of larnituro at eastern cost and freight, being desirous of leaving for California. Califor-nia. J. M. Joelson, Greeabeck'a block, Salt Lake City. m8 University Library and Reading Rooms, open every evening from 6 to 10. Admission free. nl9 A fine assortment of ball room programme cards at the Herald office. dl5 Josi.in fc Park have tho largest and finest assortment of Bterling silverware silver-ware ever kept west of Chicago. A large and fine lot of coral on hand suitable for Christmas present. A very full lino of ladies nnd gents' uokl watches and chains; also some -Wry fine diamonds, with an elegant stock of jewelry to select from for Chrituniu present-. Call and examine. ex-amine. 18 Special Notice. Wo are paying the Highest Market Price in cash for Hid'-, lVlts and Tallow, our large transactions with Eastern tannerus giving us unusual facilities. W. H. Hooper, Supt. Z. C. M. I. dl9 New goods just received at Joslin & Park's. o24 Combings cleaned and made up clu-ap at tho Standard Hair Store. Who He Is. The information to be found under tho head of "born" in this issue of the Herald, will show who is tfee happy father of the little dear. l l ltlKA I Lithe exclamation of all W-iohave ben in search of lirot-clasa Tom and Jerry, fancy drinks, pure liquor and lino ciam and hnvo partaken from tho hand.- ot those urbane and experienced miinlopi.tc, Auer & Murphy, at tho "Occidental." MISCELLANEOUS. 0 G-O EAST e via the Trans -Continental Route. g This in tho shortest, best and only , line running Pullman's celebrated Palace Sleeping Cars and Coaches, connecting with Union Pacific R. It. . at Omaha and from the West, -vm ! Grand Junction, Marshall, Cedar . Rapids, Clinton, Sterling and Dixon, for CHICAGO AND THE EAST. Passengers for Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Rullalo, Niagara 1 Falls, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cairo and all POINTS SOUTH AND EAST, should buy their tickets via Chicago and the Chicago & North -Western Railway. Close connections are mado at Chicago Chi-cago with the L;iko Shore & Michigan Southern, Baltimore & Ohio, Michigan Mich-igan Central, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne t Chicago, Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all poiuts EAST and SOUTH-EAST, and witli the Chicago & Alton and Illinois Central for all points SOUTH. ThiB is the Pioneer Line between the Pacific Coast and Cbicago, and was" the first to connect with tho great Pacific Roads, and form the OVFIt-j OVFIt-j LAND ROUTE. This line is the shortest rail lino between Omaha and Chicago; the tract is of the best steel rail, and all the appointments are first-class. The trains are made up of elegant now Pullman Palace Drawing 1 toon ( and Sleeping Coaches, luxurious, well lighted and well ventilated Day Coaches, and pleasant lounging and tmiuttmj,' cars, ine- cars are ail ' equipped with the celebrated Miller Safety Platform, and patent Butlers and Couplings, Weslinghouse Safety Air Brakes, and every other appliance , that has been devised for the safety ol ; passenger trains. All trains are run 1 by telegraph. In a word, this GREAT THROUGH LINE has the best and smoothest track, and the most elegant and comfortable comforta-ble equipment of any road in the West, and has no competitor in tho country. Remember you ask for your Tickets Tick-ets via the Chicago t Xorth-Western Railway, and take no other . Tickets over this route are sold by all Ticket Agents in the United States. "W. H. STENNETT. (Jon'l Paiienfitr Agent. MARVIN HTJGHITT, General SnperiDten-lent- NOTICE. THOSE INDEBTED TO SCOTT, Dunham & t o. are requested to mako payment at " once to George H." Scott & Co. that the business of tho old b'rm may be epecdily closed up, Those having claims against Scott, J)nnham & Co. are requested to present them immediately for payment. G"EO. AT. SflOTT A. Dr. I TJTA j Soap Manufacturing COMPANY, U. O., Nineteenth. Ward, SALT LAKE CITY, AKFEB TO THE MERCHANTS OF V Iho Territory ami vicinity bpvitiiI brftiubot'First-Ultiss tiOAPd, including P:lc Suvon, Castile, W.-ilnnt Oil Shaving, Variegated Toilets, Including the celebrated Thomas' Patent Soap, y men wh guainiiuv w vv t'quui iq any others in tho market. Having secured tho Fervicc of Mr. Joseph KIIin, a p-Ri'tioii! nip mnkor, v.h(j lava inaimlV'tunyl all kimU for a period of twenty -livo years in ' lio Ka-teni Cities and Canada, thus Kiipplying tlntsc; ! markets with Hie ahovo ai hele anil ail Standard Sunpb known lo tlic mtiket. "Wo would especially call the attention of Woolen Fnclorit-s anil W;ul growers, that we art1 manufacturing the; celeljrHtel SCOURINC, OR FULLER'S SOAP, ALSO Adamantine, or Miners' Castlis. Which wo offcr at. Chi!i;. i' Cheap'., t. .H A ltWal pri.re :li!,,wei for iv liux"- retun.ed. The Uili.t Market priee, p:iid f..r a1! kinds of ( i K A S E ih-liver.-d al our b":i"Uirj'. Addif?B Ml Im-ine onl-ri in Mr. Gklkik Nmikkkh, Svipt.. P, u. Itnx lllit.Salt Lake (.'ily. A. II. KALEICH, Prkst. j'-'H A. W. C. KIN.SK.-y. I FI.W.W HAD DIES J AND j YARMOUTH BLOATERS JUST ARRIVED, Cured to suit the most delicate taste, AT LIDDELL & BROWN'S. Call and get thi-ni. Z-r DEALKIiS SUPPLIED.-! mi DANIEL GRENIG AT No. 90 East Temple street, IN THE BASEMENT, Neatly G'l.iuti lor GROCERIES, ETC., OFKE'.IS TO Tlti: PUBLIC The bust chance to obtain their Family Supplies on the most Reasonable Rea-sonable Terms. A f, t'ino CANARY SIXGEIIS Still loft ncil sold ft' ." eh.h. CALL ANO SEE ME. dti GOOD NEWS ! FOR 1S75. P. Schwartz Is cleorirjp out thi oniiru Stt-ck nf Fall and Winter DRESS GOODS, VELVETEENS, Alpacas, ITerinos, SHAWLS, And ovorythiDK in th DRY GOODS LINE AT COST! Chance for all to Save Money AT Schwartz Store. East Temple Sti-eet, A feivDoora below the Whito FIouso. REMEMBER THE PLACE, no!' WANTED. POTATOES, DRIED PEACHES, L U M B E K , WOOD, HAY, and nil kinds or ..iy in exchftro for Seven Secotul-Hfind VVhr-on;, VVhr-on;, n Spin of -Mule?, ft Sj'ftii of Ilorsi's, City Property, l.OuO.OUO H,s. Pino nnd Conrso Snlt, Codar Posts, Chnrcoal, Kindling Wood, G roccric;, Provisions, Cloth, etc., etc., etc. JOHN W. SNELL, j'22 I Julio Sto re . PAINTING ! .Vrf. V. RAORR3S. Practical House Painter BOTH miX&ORNAJIKimL, QOARANTKK3 TO QIVR S Vn.SI'ACNON IN" PRICE AND QUALITY. Shoji in Alley opposite Wells, h'nrjn (f Co's oijire. N, B. S:pna nnd all Vinds of Oraininz, Marblinc aDd Gildins dono by himself, and in wMoh ho e hull on cnn nil r-omtmtilinn 3 nin lIifclEioiFoFncE" AND Ileal llstiik Agency. Salt Lnltc t'ily. IminpOii; finnnci.il centre of Utnli, when enpi(;i1iU nro nl-wnys nl-wnys to bo found fur llm jmrdin.o oi Mines nnd Itcnl lislnto, the undt-rs pried have nssoeiiiUid themf fives in buiiusr. fur tho purpose of conducting n Mining llccord Oilico; Real JS-tiitcund Jn in this city, where parlies lmvinfr .Mines and Ren.1 Kstnto fur Mile enn Imve tho sumo recorded for llio ii ii i-n of (.'up-Unlets. (.'up-Unlets. Wc do not uiulcrlftk', nor will we except under special con Unci) puss opinions ui'un flu v.ilmi of .Mining Property Prop-erty recorded nnd otli-n-d f r snle nt our oflice, our ot'ject, in this regard, being to ci-ncetitrute in f-alt Lnka Cjly ucful and 'nlunblo information concerning t 1Q mine and mining iriUTc-sU of Utnh Territory Ter-ritory and to facilitate tho invest innlion ,,f Unpittli.-U and parlies intorested. Particular (iltentin will bo givnn to lioul KbUiUj matters confided to our euro ; and nlso to obtainitig United Stair's Pnl- .uiB mi aiming laimF, trvCVB Will 1 uj9 furnished. .Stock bought mid Fold on commit-i-inn. Parlies wishing to rccoid their mines in our oflice will ph ase send us a full. y(-t concise, Ptnteine-1 as to Title, Jjocntion, MetH's of A':rf?, Proximity of Wood ard Water, Co,t of Trum-port-ntion, Developments, Any of Average Ore, et"., thut Canilaliis may h" enabled en-abled to form ft judgment as lo (In-ir vhIuw. io charge wiil bn luade f..r Record. Port-aloof .Mine? eflei-tcd through u it ofliec, such commis-ion HS IN.,y . agreed uri.n by the pnriiij i!.t"nted! Poi ole of Real Jvtiilc, the current rales (,f Suit Lake City. '((r purchase and pui,- of Sloeks, current rn'.e3 of e-ui mi, -ieii. luve-tim-nt." on lir-W lu-s ceeunlicH tnadi' fur port ins nbrnnd. -Niinea liou;;!it, Fold nr iea-.'il." S Iver, f.ead and Copper Un- bought nnd wild. All Ures ship wi to our rai-i will In. ntt'-nded Ui and iVauu made Promptly. Firo-proo! yau'ts o.juivcL.-i with our otliee. Correspondence promptly answered L. 1'iJA.M, KUOLUN: CO., Ulliee uud.-r Fir-t Nation. I linn!;, Sdt I-ake Cily, Utah 'J'erriiorv. W.W. WiioL'n, Attorney ( ..lun.inv jaU "