|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
O'Reilly & Co. sell the Elm wood collar. (9 Grass Crezk Coal, from Old Church Bed, ia only Bold by Angus J M. Cannon, oaat of Sierra Nevada ! lumber yard. flO Call at the Standard Hair Stare and have your faded switches, etc., cleaned, dyed, and mado liko new. f2 ! A. Levesthal, auctioneer. Goods sold on commission. Consignments solicited. Be&t references given. Auction nales this day. 15 ' If you want furniture call at Joel- son's, Groesbeck block, Second South street, Salt Lake city. f5 Overshoes, Rubber Boots, etc., soled, heeled and repaired at the Workingman's Co-op., 90, Main i street. f5 Portraits in all Btyles and fiuiah. Rocky Mountain views, best in Utah, all kinds. Foreign stereoscopic views just arrived, $2 per dozen. Frames in great variety, mouldings, etc, at C. R. Savage's art gallery. f4 White California Blankets at cost at O'Reilly & Co's. f9 A. Hauerbach, Practical Watch ' Maker, 3 doors east of Dyer & Arbo-gast, Arbo-gast, confectioners. f 3 First South Street. Washington's Birthday. Grand ball at the Dixon House, Bingham, j on Washington's birthday. j30 Ms. Wagner, Saddle Rock Oyster house, has received a shipment of fine fresh keg oysters. j28 , Leave wood orders for C. B. Durst 1 at Rock Springs coal office, Main St., opposite Wasatch hotel. j24 Excelsioe Iron Mines, Hematite from four lodes, best quality for fluxing. Address J. W. Snell, superintendent, super-intendent, Idaho Store. j22 Not Wonderful. The great demand de-mand for boots and shoes of our own make, because the public know the excellence and cheapness of our goods. Working men' a Coop, 90 Main K Street. nl3 O'Reilly & Co. selling at cost fori thirty dayB. f9 Dr. C. W. Higoins. Office hours! from 9 to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. d6. University Library and Reading Rooms, open every evening from 6 to 10. Admission free. nl9 The "Gazetteer of Utah and Salt Lake City Directory," warmly eulogized eulo-gized by the press East and West, is an excellent book to send everywhere that information on Utah is desired. For sale at the Herald office; price $3. m28 A fine assortment of ball room programme cards at tho Herald office. dl5 Immediate Sale. Z. C. M. I. announce by advertisement advertise-ment in our columns this morning that they will sell at unusually low figures the stock of gentlemen's furnishing goods, French ca?simeres and other merchandise heretofore carried by their clothing department. This stock comprises an endless variety of gentlemen's furnishing goods, men's and boys' ready made clothing in all grades, and many remnants of French and English cassimeres principally spring stylos. These goods are now under the charge of Mr. H. S. Beatie, at tho wholesale dry goods department depart-ment of the institution, where they can be examined by merchant tailors desiring to sort up their stocks, or by any genMeman wishing a fashionable outfit at a low price. See advertisement. EUREKA! Is tlio oxclamation of all w;iohave been in search of llnt-clasH Tom and Jerry, fancy drinks, pure liquors and fine cigars and havo partaken from the hands ot those urbnnu and experienced mixologieti, j Auer & Murphy, at tho "Occidental.1' Hereditary Consumption Unfiled. Because there Is an inherited tendency , to consumption it does not follow that the heir to this sad legacy must die of tho disease. Tho early symptom of danger aromtrked a cough Dying the firt and most prominent. Meet this first indication indica-tion of peril with Hale's Honey oy lloRKOOL'ND and Tah, and in threodays it will have vanished, and with it all cause of apprehension. No matter howl dlicatt tho lungs may be, or how strong the predisposition to consumption, a speedy euro is absolutely certain. Piki'b Tooth-Achk Drops Cure in oo e minut. fll NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. via the Trans -Continental Route. This U the shortest, best and only line running Pullman's oolebntleu. Palace Sleeping Cars and Coaches, I connecting with Union Pacific R. R. at Omaha and from the West, via Grand Junction, Marshall, CeJar RiipidB, Clinton, Sterling and Dixon, for CHICAGO AND THE EAST. Passengere for Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, I New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wiishiogton, Indianapolia, fit. Louis, Cairo and all POINTS SOUTH AND EAST, should buy tbeir tickets via Chicago and the Chicago fc North-Western Railway. Close connections are made at Chicago Chi-cago with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Baltimore & Ohio, Michigan Mich-igan Central, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago, Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all pointa EAST and SOUTH-EASr, and with the Chicago & Alton and Illinois Central for all pointa SOUTH. ThiB is the Pioneer Line between the Pacific Coast and Chicago, and was the first to connect with the great 1 Pacific Roads, and form the OVERLAND OVER-LAND ROIJTE. Thia line is the shortest rail line between Omaha and Chicago; the track is of the best steel rail, and all tho appointments are first-class. The trains are made up of elegant new Pullman Palace Drawing Room and Sleeping Coaches, luxurious, well lighted and well ventilated Day Coaches, and pleasant lounging and smoking cars. The care aro all equipped with the celebrated Miller Safety Platform, and patent Buffers and Couplings, Westinghouse Safety Air Brakes, and every other appliance that has been devised for the safety oi passenger trains. All trains are run 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 the country. Remember you ask for your Tickets Tick-ets via the Chicago & North-Western Railway, and take no other . Tickets over this route are sold by all Ticket Agents in the United States. W. H. STENNETT. Gon'I P&EseDgor Agent. MARVIN HUOHITT, Goaeral Superintendent. jnn27 NOTICE. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Summit County Railroad will be hold at the Company's office in Coalville on Monady, March 1st, 1875, at 1 o'clock p.m. Salt Lake City, "W. W. RITSR, Feb. 8th, 1875. Secretary. ftt PR0F.B. S. fil'ILIOXI'S Superior Hair Tonic Will iieop tha icalti clean And prevent the hair from falling off. using thu Tffetable tonic in place of oil will ni.o the hair niw lifo. croirth and vigor. Far luperior to all dlhors cow in use. R. 8. QDIL10NI. Pi on ar Barber chop. Bid eh am. llrrrr Weiat. aolo agont for Salt Lake City, FRENCH DYEING AND SCOURING KalabJiiliment. ClotMiiE CleaneS. D?ei & Repaired, 37 Commercial St, Salt Lake City. donning of all DofcripLions- Silks and Vc'-voti Vc'-voti a Specialty. j8J F. 0. LINFORTH, Ph. B., Assaycr and (licuiist. Particular attention paid lo the analysis of Iron Ore', Galenas, Clays and Ooali. Laboratory Pirit South s' rue! , three doers west of Z. C. M. I. OFFICE HOUKS, frm 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 to -1 P.M. Reference WM. JENNINGS. j2(i WANTED. POTATOES, DRIED PEACHES LUMBER, "WOOD, HAT, and all kinds of pay in exchange for 8oven Second-Hand Wagons, Wag-ons, a Spn of Muloi, ft Span of Horses, City Praperty, 1,080,000 lbs. Find and Coarse Salt, Codar Posts, Charcoal, Kindling Wood, Qroeorios, Provisions, Cloth, etc., etc., etc. JOHN W- SMELL, j22 Idaho Store. I UTAH I Soap Manufacturing COMPANY, U. O., Nineteenth Ward, SALT LAKE CITY, OFFER TO TI1E MERCHANTS OF tho Territory and vicinity several brands of Firat-Class tjOAl'd, including Pale S.ivon, f:islilc, Walnut Oil Shaving, Vaift-Kated Toilets, Jncturiing the celebrated Thomas' Patent Soap, Which wo fruaranU.'o to bo equal to any others in the market. . Havinjr secured the porvico of Mr. Joki'iIi t;ili, a practical puap maker, who has manufVUired all kiidn for a poriod of twenty-five yours in iho En-torn Oilitw and Canada, thus supplyiiiR lhcp! markets with the alwvo articlos and all BUindard Soaps known to tho mnrkH. "Wo would especially cull Hi attention of Woolen Factories and Wool growers, that we are manufacturing tint ctlubrnted 1 SCOURINC, OR FULLER'S SOAP, AXKO Aflamantiae, or Miners' Caoiles Which we offer as Cheap as the Chptt. psT A liberal price alUjwod for all boxes returned. Tho HiRbt Market price paid for all kinds of (jKEASK delivered at our Factory. Address aU biminosfi orders to Mr. Gkobos NltHICKlCR, Supt., I. O. lfoj 1134, Salt Ltke City. A. H. RATEIfiH, Prkst. j20 A. W. OAKLSON, Sxe'r. MISCELLANEOUS. F I A HADDIES AND YARMOUTH BLOATEHS JUST ARRIVED, Cured to suit the most delicate twto, XT LIDDELL & BROWN'S. Call and get them. DEALERS SUPPLIED. -3 mi T. B. Jones, President. John Sharp Jb., Vice-President. J. T. Little, Treaiurer. UTAH Forwarding Company, ICorio-atN3 undo- tho Laws of tha Triitory j Under lun tract with Railroad Co iu pa 11 k'S and Fast I'riMM Lilies. TK Will, P'lUtt'ARO GnOPH TO ALL T Doiat. in Ut-'h ana 5'outhorn Nevada, 'J ho Imn ilicir, parar!ir ard shipping of 0KB and UliLblU-N a iJOc:ltr. tutofl of licht Rivon a-d gimrnntoed to all iioiqU Kim uni HO. Ohd adrancos uiads 00 iaiporishablo articlci OFFICE OPPOSITE U. C. R. R. DEPOT, SALT LAXE CITY. CEO. T. ALIKE, Siipt. jn2I CRISM0N COAL. THIS POPULAR BRAND OF COAL will Hereafter be sold exclusively exclu-sively t tho Company '1 New Sales Depot, SECOND WEST ST., IIRTVTELN Sooth and 1st South streets. VTO COAL THAT HAS BEEN OF-ferod OF-ferod in this market has obtained the cok-brity that thU wull-knowu article hag, and to-day we ofler additional inducements in-ducements to the public in that We are Nearer the Business Portion 01 me lit than Any Other Coul Depot ; f e can Supply in Any Quantities ; THir WE GUARANTEE WEIGHT AND QUALITY; tiut; WE SELL AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST ( ! "Wo Oipecially solicit the attention of purchasing atrents tor smelters and others requiring steam -prod uciug coal. For culinary purposes it cannot bo excelled; ex-celled; for heating, it recommends itself, as FREE FROm DIRT, ROCK AND SUCK. Ordnrs tnlten at Z. O. II. I. Boot and tahoe Department and Drnir Str.. P. 0. boi 676. GR0FS8ECK CRISIJION. mini -..... n MUSICAL. PIANOS AND ORGANS. The SI. Louis Mercantile Co., CAPITAL $1,000,000. THIS COMPANY BUYS TUKrit 1NSTHU-monts 1NSTHU-monts directly from tho msriuJactiirori. for CASH , arid are (h ore by enabled 10 sell at I tie loiTMt pr cca. Emerson Piakos and Needham sllver-tonode oeuan3 a Specialty. Any otbor fint-clane instrument furnished to order. Tho Sil rcr-Tonfjue Orpan rooMves Its name from tho superiority in a ioint which oonntl-tatostbo oonntl-tatostbo dociflivo criterion of oioollonooln toy mmion L inttrumont rii-, Superiority 0 Tono. The durability or this 0ran Is one of Jf moat romarkabloebnractonsUcB. Its qunltt til koeiiiou in good tono, also, if one of the mailt practical importance. Term or isalo littoral. Monthly or quarterlf Instalments In rer.puni"iblo partius . Branch ollioo for Utah. No. HI MAIN 6T opposite I'ost Otfioo. Til OS. P. MTI.LKR, Mnpngor. NEW YORK TRADE. BENEDICT. HALL & CO.. Mar nr-.tU7er!! ncd Wholosala Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES' 134 A IW Uatno-BT., NriW TOtiK. Uoreer Orotby, otti bloc oact of Broarfwmt dl THOS. M. ARC ALL & Co. Hen's, youths Boyi' and Children's OLOTHI NO-" At WaeLiqiMa. IU AMD 816 BKUAPWAY. NBW YORK - J. a, oowi.a. m JEHIAL READ & CO.. M MafLdure7 u0 Whelm&Ie Dealoritn FUR AM) WOOL HATS No. I.; U".iALWAV,iiJe-' W Vif,1i IO Jl tlUSTHR. THE HERALD BOOK BINDERY Turn, out JILASK BOOKS. Order Books, Registers IttCcMstvle ard i:b oinoditlon O'jun.l ta lany ia tho West.