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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
The cold snap makes the coal auap. Louisiana is under banditti, and Irwin Ir-win is under ban, ditto. If you want furniture call at Joel-son's, Joel-son's, Groesbeelt block, Second South street, Salt Lake city. fo Overshoes, Rubber Boots, etc., soled, heeled and repaired at the Workingmen's Co-op., 90, Main street. fo A. Leventhal, auctioneer. Gooda sold on commUaion. Consignments solicited. Opposite the Herald office. Best references given. fo $1,000 REWARD. One thousand dollars is offered by Dr. C. W. Higgius for any cancer j that returns aftor his treatment with j one of his vegetable cancerous plast- j era. There ia no danger in applying ! these pUsters, aa they only destroy the cancer and the cancerous matter that is in the blood; they will resfore health and happiness to those that j arc afflicted with that dread disease cancer. Dr. H. makes a specialty of chronic diseases. Dr. H. has per-1 formed some wonderful cures since he commenced his practice in this eity. I He is receiving testimonials everyday ! from patients that have been cured 1 by his new mode of treating chronic diseases. Afflicted, call and seo for' .yourselves. Office one door north of the Walker House. Consultation free. 5 : There is great satisfaction in putting put-ting on an Elmwood collar, jo pulling pull-ing this way and that way, as it fits at ouce. H A beggar wns heard to remark, recently, re-cently, that love of cards had played j the deuce with him. Portraits in all styles and finish. Rocky Mountain views, best in Utah, all kinds. Foreign stereoscopic views just arrived, 2 per dozeu. Frames in great variety, mouldings, etc at C. R. Savage's art gallery. f4 City Directory for 1875. We. take pleasure in notifying the busi-' ness men and the public of Salt Lake and surrounding cities generally that we have perfected arrangements for publishing as early as practicable the most complete directory of Salt Lake city ever yet issued. That our efforts may be successful, we ask of all those interested in their own and the city's welfare their patronage and support; and that every facility be afforded in the canvass, it being our intention to publish the name, occupation and nationality of each resident. Respectfully, Ed. C. Beard, fi Jas. R. Sciiupbacu. A. Hauebbach, Practical Watch Maker, 3 doors west of Dyer & Arbo-gaat, Arbo-gaat, confectioners. 1 3 First rijiHi) .Street. Washlvotos's Birthday. Grand ball at the Dlxou House, Bingham, on Washington's birthday. j30 Cheap Meat. Some folks have been blowing about the rise and scarcity scarc-ity of beef. 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. He make3 No. 1 sausage meat. Try it. Dolivered free, j30 Man may learn wisdom from a post-. ado stamp. It sticks to its legitimate business. Letters profit by it. We advise the poet to cut his ear up into email pieces and sell them to the war department for army blankets. Mit. Wagner, Saddle Rock Oyster house, has received a shipment of fine fresh keg oysters. j2S Leave wood orders lor C. B. Durst at Rock Springs coal office, Main St. , opposite Wasatch hotel. j24 Excklsior Iron Mines, Hematite from four lodes, best quality for : lluxing. Address J. W. Knell, superintendent, super-intendent, Idaho Store. j22 Vot Wondekfi-Jv-TUo great de-mmoJ de-mmoJ for boots and shoes of our own mii&ke. because the public know tho -KxctilJi'iieo and cheapness of our goo'.i. Workingmen's Coup, 90 Main Street. ' "I3 One uf the western railroads has a female locomotive cnginrr of the ( beautiful blondo order. She makes e the sparks lly. George Fiancia Train ia coiug to fctart a uewsimper in Cincinnati. We always thought that place would come to something bad. " Dh. C. W. HitioiN's. Olltco hours v Inmi 0 to 12 a.m., and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. 6. Fi;srnTRE bjucht, sold, or repair- ed at 13. Jacobs' auction rooms, Main street, two door." north ol postotlico. University Liijkauy and Reading Rooms, open every evening from 6 to ID. r1mi.-winn t'rpfi. Iil9 WELI.Ji, FARGO A CD'S Itlltlt LIST. Saturday, : : February 6. A nderton Mr J M archant T 8 SO ZIufTman Qolorton C U Brown D 1 i trilRUr T O'rami'urd G Iucas 0 "JfriUo Q fl Xillj J B M-orilz K II. M'adsworth, Aircnt. OO DE.A.ST via the Trans - Continental Route. This is the shortest, best and only line running Pullman's celebrated Palace Sleeping Cars and Coaches, connecting with Union Pacific R. R. at Omaha and from the West, via Grand Junction, Marshall, Cedar Rnpids, Clinton, Sterling and Dixon, for CHICAGO AND THE EAST. Passengers for Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, PitUburg, Cincinnati, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, Wow Vnrlf Philtidfilnhia. Baltimore. Washington, Indianapolis, St. Louie, Cairo and all POINTS SOUTH AND EAST, should buy their tickets via Chicago and the Chicago & North-Western Railway. . Close connections are made ot Chicago Chi-cago with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Baltimore & Ohio, Michigan Mich-igan Central, Pittsburg, Fort Way ho & Chicago, Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all points EAST and aOUTH-EASr, and with the Chicago & Alton and Illinois Central for all pointa SOUTH. This is the Pioneer Line between the Pacific Coast and Chicago, and was the first to connect with the great Pacific Roads, and form the OVERLAND OVER-LAND ROUTE. Thia line is the shortest rail line between Omaha and Chicago; the track is of tho best steel rail, and all the appointments are first-class. The trains arc made up of elegant new Pullman Palace Drawing Room 1 AND Sl.T-El'INQ tOACIIE3, luxurious, ' well lighted and well ventilated Day Coaches, and pleasant lounging and L smnkinir cars. The cars are all equipped with the celebrated Miller Safety Platform, and patent Buflers and Couplings, Westinghouse Safety Air Brakes, and every other appliance that has been devised for the safety ol passenger trains. All trains are run by telegraph. In a word, thia GREAT THROUGH LINE I has tho -best and smoothest track, : and the most elegant and comforta-1 ble equipment of any road in the West, and has no competitor m tho country. Remember you ask for your Tickets Tick-ets via the Chicago fc North-Western Railway, and take no other . Tickets over this route are sold by all Ticket Agents in the United States. W. H. STENNETT. Gcn't Puaensor Aeent-MARVIN Aeent-MARVIN HTJOHITT, General Superin Undent. IRON WORKS. W. HOWARD. P.'PUQSLKY, Prcdidant. Secretary, SALT LAKE CITY IROX COMPANY. IIAVIXG PURCHASED TUE Suit Lake Iron Works, Anil added thereto the Tools and Machinery belonging to Wm. J. SILVER, aro prepared to do all kinds of Iron and Brass Castings, ForpL Borinn, TiniiDi and. FITTING UP. Wm. J. SILVER Superintendent, Half Block South of R.R. Depot. N.B. Drawings, Plans aHd Specifications Specifica-tions of all kinds of Mill Work and Muchiaery, d2 MISCELLANEOUS. STEVENS & CO., Publishers & Importer of AMERICAN and ENGLISH Standard am WMnM Woris, MAIN fciTRKKI, (0ns door north of Clift House), SALT LA KB CIT?. UTAH. i2.) F. 0. LINF0RTH, Ph. B, Assaycr and Chemist. Particular attention paid to tho analysis of Iron Orc, Galenas, Ulaya ' and Coals. Laboratory SECOND "WEST St., between North and Sjuth TVnipie Streets. Orders loft at Win. Jennings & Son'a. OFFICE HOUKS, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. ReferenccWM. JESXINGS. j26 FRENCH- DYEING AND SCOURING Kstabliahmont. Clotting Cleans! Dyad & Repaired, ' H. ArORlllS. i 37 Commercial St., Salt Lake City. ClganiDB of all DercrlpLioofl. Silks and Vel-Tots Vel-Tots a Specialty. J30 DIXON HOUSE, BINGHAM EUROPEAN PLAN. Board 3 per week; iVlos.s at all hours, EOc A Fanny Bar with liret-olass Llquori. W ices and Cigars. jifl . PROF. It. S. GUILIONFS Superior Hair Tonic Will keep th scalp clsau and prevent tho hair from lal injoff, Hv usiqk this TPgatablo tnoic in plitcs o-fil will aivo tho hair anw ' life, growth and vigor. Far superior to alt Othura low in i ae. R. H. GUIUONI, Pionsor Uarbur hop, Binehuui. llRiry WoSst, sole Ffioit for Salt Lako fily. T. B. Jones, President. John 8uahi' Jk., Vice-President. J. T. Little, Treasurer. UTAH Forwarding Company, (Inoorporatod under tho Laws of tho Territory, j Under Contract with lliiilroad Companies and Fast Frerglit Linos. TE Wtl.I, FORWARD (100 MS TO ALL Y poiof ia UUh ana toutlicrn Nevada. Tho hnn-iGf;, sampling ard thip;-inR o OfcE and QULUOS ft H'tici-liy. Rates of Frsicht giron ar.d guaranteed to all puinti Kflst an l Wen. Onh advances made on iraiporiahablo articles. OFFICE OPPOSITE U. C. E. R. DETOX, SAI.T LAKE CITY. GEO. V. WALLACE. Supt. j n?4 " I UTAH I ' I ; .... - Soap Manufacturing COMPANY, U. O., Nineteenth Ward, SALT LAKE CITY, OFFER TO THE MERCHANTS OF tho Territory and vicinity spvcrnl brands of First-Ulass SOAl'3, including Pale Savon, Castile, iilnut Oil Shaving, Variegated Toilets, Including Ihc celebrated Thomas' Patent Soap, Which wo guarantee to be equal to any others in the mnxkut. Having secured tho Fervico of Sir-Joseph Sir-Joseph lillis.a p-actieiil soup maker, who han manuriciurud all kinds for a period of twenty-five years in ihe Eastern Cities and Caiinda, thus supplying llicsc markets with the aliovo articles and all Standard Soaps known to the market. V'o would especially call the attention of Woolen Pacturios and Wool growers, that we are manufacturing tho colcbnitixi SCOURING, OR FULLER'S SOAP, ALSO Aiaiantiiic, or Miners' CanJlcs Which wc oiler as Clionp as tho Cheapcet. ,jjjr A libtral prico allowed for all hox-s returned. The Highest Market price paid for nil kinds of GKKASK aVIivcn-d at our Factory. GitoR'iK Nkukkkh, Supt., P. (). Hox llill, Sail Lako City. A. H. HALKKill, Pbbht. jUO ' A. W. UAHLSuN, Ski 'v. PHILADELPHIA TRADE. SU NSliU, itA;LEH & CO. j 412 io 420 South 13th St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. I M.DiifMtore a Kail Llr ! WOKEK'S, KISSES' i CHILUHth s 'fine sewed shoes. Our goods b re rt&mi'ty.l with our nm and I irftirantnd, and aro koi-l hv ',. C. M. 1. unit ul) loo prinrinal (t'. .!'' "flwax wmm A Ml YARMOUTH BLOATERS JUST ARRIVED, Cured to suit the most delicate tswte, iT LIDDELLE& BROWN'S. Call and get lliem. rB DEALERS SUPPLIED. "CSS NEW YORK TRADE. BENEDSCT. HALL & CO., BOOTS .NI SHOES 1M & 1S8 GiA-uXT.. NEW YORK. Comer Croibr, onn block uil of Brttndwv dU THOS. rfl. aCALL& Co.- Hen'a, Vouths Boys' and Children's CLOTHHTGi At WhoukaLI, J18 amd 813 BROADWAY. NEW YOP.K, J. a. oowlri. fV7 JEHIAL READ & CO.. Alanofacrcrcn and W holouJe Deal en f o FUR AM) WOOL HATS 6t&aV Boor. UKBJUHJ.AI, etcu. No. MS BROADWAY. N l.W Y Lit TO JI HO!TjR. WANTED. POTATOES,. DRIED PEACHES, LUMBER WOOD, HAY, and all kinds of pay in exchange for Seven Second-Hand Wagons, Wag-ons, a Span of Mules, ft Span of Horses, City Property, 1,080,000 lbs. Fine and Coarso Salt, Cedar Posts, Charcoal, Kindling "Wood, Groceries, Provision!, Cloth, etc., etc., etc. JOHN W- SNELL, j22 Idaho Store. PAINTING ! W. V. MORRIS, Practical House Paiater B01II PLAIN & 0KXA iIKXTALf GUARANTEES TO GIVE SATISFACTIO N IS PRICE AND QUALITY. Shop in Alley opposite Wdh, Faryo & Co's oftire. H, It. rfigns and all Unds of Qrainine, Marbling and Gilding done by himclf. and in which bo challongos all oompotitioD.) nl3 ISTRraOFFICE AND Real lisiate Agency. Suit Iiilte City, being the financial centre of Utah, wlmre cipitali.-l nro always al-ways to bo found for the purclina ot Mines and Keal Estate, the uiuicrs Riied have associated themsclvrs in bupinesr. for thepiirpose of conducting a Mining Record Office, Keal K-tateand Insurance Agency, in this cily, whero parties having Alines and Heal Kstnto f,.r snle din have tho same recorded for the iiiFpeti-'n of Capitalists. Cap-italists. Wu do not undertake, nor will wc (except under special contiact) pass opinions urnn the vnluo of Mining Property Prop-erty recorded and olfi-red f r sale at our otlice, our olject, in this fijard, being to concentrate in t-alt Lako City useful and valuable information concerning the mines nni mining interest- of Uinh Territory Ter-ritory and to facilitiitcttio. inves'iyauon of Capitalists and parties intere.-tcil Particular att.mion will be given to Keal Estate matters confided to our cure ; and nUo to obtaining United States Patents Pat-ents for Mining Claims. Surveys aud Maps furnished. Slocks bnughiand "old on com mission. Parties wishing to record thcyr mines in our oflico will plcaso send us a full, - ot concise, Ftatemc t ns to Trie, Location, Means of Access, Prciimily of Wood nnd Water, Cost of Transportation, Transport-ation, Developments, A--ny of Average Ore, et".( so that Capitalists inny b enabled en-abled to form a judgment as to their value-. Uo charge will bo mado for Record. For sale of Mines effected through oi;r oflico, such coTomisHnn as may be agreed unon by the pnriie i-teres' ed. For sale of Real Estate, the current rates of Salt Lako City. For purchase and sale of Slocks, current rates of cm mis-ion. Investments on first-cln-g securities made for parlies abroad. Mines bought, sold or leased, fj.lver, Load aud Copper Ores bouchtund mid. AH Ores shipped to our enro will bo attended to and returns mado promptly. Firo-proot vaults connected with our office. Correspondence promptly rtnsworrd. LAPtlAM, KiXl) & CO., Office under Fir-it National Hank, Sal Lako City, Utah Territory. W.W. Woods, Attorney for Compiii-. jal4 LOOK! LOOK!! $I,200;000 in PRIZES!- Th" Grimiest Kinclo Number Rch"moOD Kooord, will bo 'Twn in nu ito in fct. Louis, on Mai on a Jot. ll-Tj Capital Prize, $100,000 ! MISSOURI STATE LOTTERIES, Lcgalitod by State Authority, MURK AT. MILL Bit 4 CO., Manager , St. Louia, Mo, 1 Prize of - - - - 5100,000 1 Prize of - 1,0,000 1 Pri.u of - - - - 2,fi00 1 Prize of - 21. ,000 fi Prizes of - - - - 0,0H0 10 Prizes of ,,000 100 Prizes of - "i'oOU And 11,-l.M othr prizes of from $1,000 to .j0. AiEountifift in bo amrpcato to B 1 , 20 Q,Q O O ! W'hoio Tickets, Ha top. t:i: Qunrten, W 1 mo pj fiblo in full and no itftt'OncmcDt of drawings tiiko iiln o. Ad Iroia for TkkoU nnd Clrauinr. - MURRAY, PyiELLER & CO. I'. U.IIi.x 2-Hti. tT. LOUIS. MO. BREWERY. HENRY WACENfcR, S't'( L'iK-c City, L'tuh, CALIFORNIA DI1EWEUY, Lngcr Beor, Ale nnd Porter, j WbuIosBlo nnd It-tail, ', Second South street three door eriyl of the Elephant Stoic.