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SlLYIR AND LKAD MiRELT. SILVER. New York, IAH ot, gold. Suit Lake, LIS currency. LEAD. 60 por ton. TWENTY MEN WANTED to work at Sandy Furnaces, Saody. Wages $2 per day and upward. jy27 A. W. Gkist, Man. IjOSF A gold Masonic charm with the owner's name, Lodge and Chap ter engraved thereon. The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning return-ing aame to the clerk of Townsend House. J. W. Cuamxa. jy26 Send your address and get one of Dr. Higgins' books treating on Chronic Diieas?s aod other cam-plaint, cam-plaint, free to all. P.O.Box 718, Salt Lake City, Utah. jy24 Fresh Trout at W. L. Price's. je21 TWO CAROM BILLIARD TABLES TA-BLES for sale H. DINWOODEY'S Furniture Store, First South Street. m27 PALACE BATHS PRICE REDUCED. RE-DUCED. THREE TICKKT3 FOR ONE DOLLAR. "je2 Burnett's Oocoaine kills dandruff, alUya irritation and promotes the growth of hair. ja30 BKTTER YET 1 1 A TEA that is guaranteed BETTER THAN ANY' package tea, only 50c. per pound, at TEAPOT STORE. a27 Saddle Rock. PETER MATTHIESEN, formerly of the German Bakery, has bought out the above Restaurant and is running run-ning it in first-class style. Everything on bis table is of the best quality. Give him a call at meal lime, jy 26 Ice at the old Oawtson Depot, Jo. in quantities above 50 pounds. m& Stuayed or Stoles from City creek one buy mare and colt with white face and leet. Mare branded C with a bar through the centre, on left shoulder. Also ene sorrel, Bpotted back pony; Bame brand. Aoy information infor-mation given concerning them will be rewarded by jyl9 Geo. Chandler, 10th Waid. Fireworks at Cutler Bros. jelo Mr. R. M. Powers called upon us and requested us to announce that in addition to Ridpatb's History, he has , secured the agency of Mark Twain's last werk, TOM SAWYER, The AUTOBIOGRAPHY of W. H. SE WARD, and the LIFE of BISMARCK, BIS-MARCK, which works he will com mence the canvass of at once. We commend Mr. Powers to the patronage patron-age of our readers. jy22 St. Mark's School for Girls. TbiB school will open August 20tb in the Sunday School Rooms of St. - ' Mark's Church. Miss C. E. Hayden "" will continue as principal, whose reputation rep-utation for painstaking and thorough instruction is well knowu. Dmlle Grosbtepban will take the cIhsbcs in French, and Miss Helena Gorlinski in vocal music. Buys under 10 years of age received , jy 15 In Train, op Wide-spread Epidemics, Epi-demics, especially of eruptive levers and other loathsome cutaneous maladies mala-dies which usually rage among the poor, who have nut the tucilitics ol shielding themselves from iulections, the authorities should employ the itvil methods lor hunting the rpreacJ of contagion, and that cuunot be dont so ellta'tually as by cn'iouragiug the use of GLENn's uLfunK Soap, which puis"ttnea the wuudiTlul powei of biipprctfdhig conugieu. Sold b all duiggMis. Dtipot, C. N. Crit Tkstus's, Nu. 7 Sixth tveuue, N. V. Hill's Hair and Whiaker Dye, blaok or brown, 50 eta, jy22 PARTICULAR NOTICE TO WOOL GROWERS. If you want the HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH FOR YOUR WOOL, bring or send it to Provo Manufacturing Co., Provo City. SackB furnished. Address jel4 James Duss, Supt. Mr. can you tell me where to find Dr. Higgizs' office ? Yes, sir; at No. 7 Little Row. ; jel7 WHEELER & WILSON tewing Machines at half price. Daynes & Son. ni8 Beaver Nominees. Beaver county i?firHt in the field with its ticket for the August Elec lion. The county convention was held on the 20th, when Willis CopUu was nominated for the legislative council, and Albert Currington for territorial superintendent of dialric schools. A full ticket w-s arranged, LUCERNE ALFALFA Also a I variety of GRASS SEEDS, at T. C. ARMSTRONG'S, First South street. m'26 In order to make room for our fall stock we will sell the balance of summer sum-mer clothing on band below cost, jy 10 L. GoldbeliG & Co. f NEW ARRIVAL. t ) Ladies' Linen Dua- V. tere, with Sleevis, in X large assortment, at k Z. C. M. I. H. S. Eldredge, jyl7 Supt. , "Became Sonnd and Well." Hatcher's Station, Ga., March 27. 1S7G. R. V. Pierce, M. D,: Dear Sir. My wife, who had been ill for over two yeari, and had tried many other medicines, became Bound and well by using your Favorite Prescription. My niece was aUo cured by ita use, alter several physicians physi-cians bad failed to do her any good. Y'ouis truly, jy26 Thomas J. Methvin. ORDERS for the SALT LAKE CITY BREWERY BEER will be promptly attended to if addressed to ?alt Lake City Brewery, or left at the Brewery, or with Hill & Graves, Wasatch Saloon; or with Youngherg & Suhade, Scandinavian Saloon, Salt Lake City. Cash Paid at all times fur Good Barhy delivered at the Brewery. a3 la Tuwu. Wm. H. Milfs, Jr., senior partner of the firm of Miles Bro's & Co., brush manufacturers of New York, arrived in the city on Monday evening even-ing aud will spend a few dys here combiniog business with the pleasure of visiting old friiBd'. The firm is one of toe largest manufactures of brushes in the union. We commend the gentleman lo our b'lainess houets. Just urceived A line dock of j GUNS, flSTOLS aud Ammunition. All kind of Gunsmith work done. Heuaaer Bros., Main street. P.O. box 625. I al5 Utah Stocks in London. Quotations of Utah docks iu the London market o.t July 6th, as given by the Mining World: Chicago, 2, 2j; Emma, , ; Flagstaff, 3, 3; the directors have received the ful'owing cable dispatch Irom S,ill Lake city, dated 7lb: "Number of tons of ore raised during lat month, 1,2-10; melting snow; ujponrance of mine very good ; large rcnerves of ore in the mine." L:ist Chance, i, 1; Tecum h, A JNKW ORGAN, with 6 slops, $110, Daynea t Sun's Mimic Store. m8 Nest Door to Wells, Faro & rjo. We have opened our new Furniture Furni-ture in the stone store ru-l to Wells, Fargo Jit Co. Our slock ie larg-, and the public are invited to examine the prices. BAKHAir Bros. 'my24 Tilt) Best Ice. Pure Mountain Ice fluest quality aud full weight. Eor sale by John Heil, opposite Commercial, Second South street, my 21 : "" " - - j . SPECIAL NOTICE to Far- I mers, Sheep Raisers, Butchers, J ; and others: Z. C. M. L, of ! this city, U paying the highest high-est market price in cash for i Wool and Hides of all kinds. Wool contracts closed and tbe 1 usual advances made on tbe j i same. We have every facility J for handling these products in j I any quantity, and parties will i ! find it to their interest to con- i suit us before making other arrangements. Parties ship- ' ping their Hides or Wool to I I us will please mark them Z. I C. M. I., care H. B. Clawson. Depot at the Wagon and Ma-j Ma-j chine Yards opp. the Instifu- I I lion. H. 8. Eldredoe, ' fe!4 Supt. Twentieth Ward Jubilee. The 20ib ward jubilee on the school-house school-house square on the afternoon of the 24th, proved to be a grand success. A large bowery had been erected and arrangements made for games and pastimes of various kinds, which were entered into with great spirit by the young folks. A number of prizeB were given for proficiency in useful home work, such as bread making, honing shirts, etc., which created a good deal of interest, especially among the girls. There was also some singing, addresses, etc., making mak-ing the day pats off very pleasantly. To the committee of arrangements much credit is due. They were Messrs. C. R. Savage, George M. Otiinger,:T. B. Lewis, W. SalmOD, B. Y. Hampton, jr., and D. DuDbar. Many others aeBisled largely, and the people of tbe ward made liberal donations for the prizes, etc. Burxett'3 Flavoring Extracts. The superiority of these extracts con-3iats con-3iats in their perfect purity and ureal strength. They are warranted free from the poisonous oils and acids which enter into the composition of many of the factitious Iruit flavors now in the market. They nre not only true to their names, but are prepared from fruits of tho best quality, qual-ity, aud are so highly concentrated that a comparatively small quautity only nciii be used. ja30 Now on Kxhibition, the Mammoth Tape Worm, (Over 100 feet long.) Also, the twin Tape Worms aud Giant Worm, at Dr. C. W. Higgins' office. The Giint Worm is the first of the kind ever captured from any human being. Call and see for yourselves. Office, No. 7, Little's Row. Dr. C. W. Higgins, Microscopic aud Analytic Physician, makes a specialty of Chronic Diseases, and by a microscopical micro-scopical examination ot the blood and urine, he will tell you at once the nature of your disease. By the aid of the microscope he can detect calcutt, cancerous matter, carbonate of lime, and all exlrancotiB substances mixed with the urine or blood. Thia is tbe scientific principle of treating chronic diseases. N. B. Dr. H. prepares all prescriptions pre-scriptions ol his utiicc. Office hours from 10 a.m. to 2 p. m., and from 3 to G and 7 to 9 p.m., (Sunday's excepted.) Consultation free. je3 Falae Impression. It is gi-nerally .-opposed by a certain cer-tain class ut citizens, who are not practical or expei ienct-d, that Dyspepsia Dys-pepsia cau noL mvan.ibly he cured, hut we are pleased to say that Gkkkn's Auuust Funvm has uever, loour knowlt ike, uileil lo cure Dys pepsia and I .ivi-r CompUiut in all its forms, such an Sour Stomach, Costive-ikss. Costive-ikss. Sick Hea.l.iclie, I'.tlpiUlion of the Heart, Low Spirits, do. , etc. Out ol B0.000 du7.eu bottles sold last year, not a singlu failure was reported, but thuufauds of complimentary letters received Iroiu Druggists of wonderful cures. Three doses will relieve any case. Try it. Sample bottles 10 cents. Regular Size 75 cents. For sale by Z. C M. I. nod Wasatch Drug Store. jtG RUSSIA being at WAR with TURKEY may raise tho price ol Leather. Belter hurry aud get your books bound now. The Herald Bindery ib the place to have work done Good and Ohcap. mS BELTING, BELTING, BELTING. I RUBBER BELTING, RUBBEh HOSE, RUBBER PACKING and COTTON WASTE at lowest prices at the Elephant Store. je9 A Race. There will be another purse race on Agricultural Park course next Friday afternoon, the entries being "Countryman," and "Warsaw Belle" a etepper new to the Utah turf. Ttie race is to be called at 3.30 p.m. aud between tho heats Mr. Barnes will pat o;i tho track, three well known horses, "Cal," "Boriey" and Utah Belle." FOR If you travel by the shortest, , CHICAGO quickest, oldest, best, and AND safest routo between Omaha THE EAST, and Chicago, you must buy your tickets via tho Chicago and Northwestern Railway. Its fures are as low as the lowest. Pullman Palact Drawing - room Sleeping Cars are run on its through express trains. Early lithe li-the coming SpriDg the cole-bratod cole-bratod Pullman Hotel Car. will bo run by this lino and this lino a! one, belwceD Omaha and Chicago. All coupon ticket agents sell tickets via this route, Buj je3 by no otho1" route. St JlOONEUS I NCIXOOXEUS 1 Having a large fleet of the above "vessels" "ves-sels" we are daily loading thorn up foi our numerous customers with Ice-cold Ber at the Occidental, No. 35 first South street. Oar stock of "Wines, Liquors, Cigars, oto., it iu Ice tod with groat caro trom eastern and western markets. N. B. Genuine Imported Belfast Ginger Gin-ger Ale, Dublin Portor and Joule'B Staffordshire Staf-fordshire Stone Ale always in stock. olO AoiE & Murphy, Prop's. A.SURE CURE FOR THE PILEi A iura ours for lbs Blind, Bloodinir, Itching Itch-ing and Ulcerated l'iloa hua been disoovoroa by nr. Williams (an Indian Remedy , oallo Or. William' Indian Ointment. A single box has ourod tho worst oUronlO ca;ou ol '2r and M years aiandice. No oDoneod sutler Ovc minima altar n piling; this wonderful coot hint ujedioiao. LotiuDs. initruruoulB and cleolunes do moro harm than giud. Y Illinois' Ill-inois' Uintmont suiioru trio tumors, and givos instant and naialeM roliof. Over 20,0t. cur i'd patients atteit iu virtues. nd phvsi-oinni phvsi-oinni oi ail school prmounco it tho groatos-cumrlbutioD groatos-cumrlbutioD to modioino of tho go. It matters mat-ters not how lone or severely yoa havo bcoD in flu ring you can bo ourod. So certain are wo of thia fact, wa authorize UruKgiiti and medicine doaleri ovorywhora to warrant a euro or no iay- bhow thil card to jour dealer, &k for Dr, Williama' intian Ointment Oint-ment uud take no tubitiUCo, $10,000 EEWAfiD will be raid for a moro oertain and sure remedy, uO-HolJ by all Drugaiits and modieino druiera. Tiado supplied by BKN TU, M VBKS 1 CU.. Wholesale Druggists, Cleveland, Cleve-land, Ohio. UUD lid, PITTS k CO., Wholoialo Drng. lists, Salt Lake City, Agents for Utah. di SUMMER CLOTHING below manufacturing man-ufacturing cost at jylO L. Goldberg & Co. 10,000 Worth ot Furniture Wanted. Crane will pay the highest price for iarge and Bmall quantities of House-bold House-bold Furniture to fill country orders. When you want to sell go to Crane's, First South street. He trades in evwry thing. n23 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ESTRAY NOTICE. r E AVE IN -THE E-TRAT POUND X tho following described Aujma'g: One larico nd Ox, about 6 yoars old. brook lo faco and head, soma wbito on bollv and tail, branded 'lb. (monogram) on left aip. One large rH Ox, about 7 years old, horns -Iroop forward, head and hips roan, white on oelJy, branded Xu (monogram; on lolt ribj. If tho abovo are not claimed within tan days ib of will bo sold to tbo highest bidder jq Thursday, August 2, 1 677, at i p.m., at the isiray Pound in this city, JOSEPH HORNS, Diitriot Ponndkflopor- Salt Lake City, Jaly liid. 1877. IjStf TERRITORIAL AMD COONTY TAXES. Assessment for the Year 1S77. pURSTTANTto anOrder of tho County L Court in and for Salt Lake County, notico U hereby given that Saturday, the 11th day of August next, at tha County Uourt Heu3(, Salt Jike City, has been appointed the time and place for tho consideration con-sideration of tho Aeaoaament Roll for the current year, tho hearing of complaints concerning the same, and? the adjustment jf erroneous asse?sm'nt3. D. BOCKHOLT, County Clerk, jy24 Kalt Lake County, U.T. NOTICE. In the Matter of the Estate of Henry E Brown, deceased, TO THE CREDITORS OP THE SAID ESTATE. A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS II against the 6aid deceased are hereby rcquinxi to exhibit them, with the neces-ary neces-ary vouchers, within ten months after ;lie first publication of this notice to me, tt my residence, Nn. 3 Little's Row, Second South Street. Salt Lake Citv. MARTHA S. McblOVVJS". Salt Lako City. July 21. 1877. jy22 NOTICE. "THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERE-L HERE-L tofore existinar botwe-Ti B. W. E. Jeo-nnB Jeo-nnB and U. J. Grant, firm of Jeonens & Grant, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, and all mon.-ys duo the said lirm are to be paid to H. J. Grant H. W. E. JENNENS. H. J. GRANT. Salt Lake Citv, Utah, July 10th, 1S77. jyll FIRE INSURANCE. UR. E. J. GRANT HAVING PUR-;i PUR-;i chased my inieresl in the Insurance Kirm of Jennous & Grant, will continue he business at the old ttnd, representing represent-ing all the companies heretofore held by ihe lirm, B. W. E. JENHENS. HAVING PURCHASED THE Interest In-terest of Mr. B. W. E. Jennons in be Insurance firm of Jonnens & Grant, 1 itm prepared to place risks in tho same ld and reliable American and .Foreign companies heretofore represented by the -igoncy, at the best rites, jyll H. J. GRANT. DR. C. W. HIGGINS THE MICROSCOPIC and ANALY-l ANALY-l TIG PHYSICIAN, would inform 'lis friends and tho public that he Iims removed re-moved hia ollico to No. 7, Little's Row, where ho is prepared to treat those itllictid with Kits, Diseases of theThroal and Lunge, Catarrh, Cancers, Tumors, Old Soros, Diseases of the Skin, Dyspepsia, Dys-pepsia, Coslivoness, Piles, and Weakness f tho Rowels, Liver Complaint, Kidney Complaint, Deafness. Sore Eyes, Neuralgia, Neu-ralgia, Sick Headache, Scrofula, Sa:t ttlieum, Erysipelas, Pleurisy, Asthma, Acute or Chronic .heumati9ui, etc., etc. Particular attention given to Chronic Diseases of Females. I make a specialty of Chronic Diseases, Dis-eases, and endeavor to furnish (invalklt-racing (invalklt-racing themselves under my treatment) remedies that will cure causes as well a-effects. a-effects. Many aro now enjoying good uealth who were given up as incurable by friends and pbysiciani, witnesses to he success of my remedies in the euro of Chronic Diseases; and I hero invite ho most obstinate cases to consult me. For the encouragement of tho alllicted I will say that those who wish it can have the address 0 parties residing in this city as woll as other parts of tho country who havo been rescued from the grasp of Disease by my remedies, after trying from six to twenty (so called) eminent physicians in vain. 1 form my diagnosis by a microspopi-Cftl microspopi-Cftl examination and chemical test of the , blood and urine, and feel confi lout that witb this scientific method of detecting disease, and my method of treatment, 1 ?hall be as successful in the future as 1 have boon in the past. Dr. O. W. Higgins Hig-gins may be consulted daily (excepting Sundays) at his olliee, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and from 3 to 0 and 7 to 9 p.m. Invalids residing at a disUnco who are unable to visit my office, can consult mo by lettor. To those sending me their address ad-dress (and a postage ttarnp to repay re-ply) re-ply) I will forward a list of quest ons, answers to which will enable mo U judge of the nature and extent of the r disease, as woll as by a personal cxami nation. My success in the treatment ol patients whom 1 have not been permitted to see (runny of whom bad been given up as incurable, by friends and physicians) enables me to warrai t as good satisfaction satisfac-tion to those consulting mo by letter as to those who favor mo with a personal interview. in-terview. No fee will bo expected in any case for the first interview. N. B. F louse send your address and got one of my books treating on Chronic Diseases and other complaints. Free to all.- P. O. Box 71S, Salt Lako I ity, Utah. jyl'-1 -A. GJJD. To all who are suffering trom tho er-, rorfl and indiscrottons of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,1 &c, I will sond a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. Thia great remedy was discovered ry a missionary in South America. Sond a sell-addressed onvelopoto tbe Rkv. Jotiia T. Ixmam, Station D, Bible House, Nan Ysrk Oity. fl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS I AlffiBACIi & io No. 55 EAST TEMPLE ST., Iu preference to CARRYING OVER INTO NEXT SEASON Iheir OVERSTOCK OF SUMMER GOODS, WILL OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS Iu all kinds of LADIES' SIMMER DKESS GOODS, PERCALES, Plaid ana Stripsi IMS, Grenadines, LAWNS, JACONETS, Swisses, Curtain Laces, ren's -A-prons, LADIES' CHEMISES And other Underwear, 6 yfis. spleflOid PIQUE for $L BATISTE GRENADINES WO th iOc. for loo. BUCK CJKEXADI3TES 10 Cents per yard. PARASOLS REDUCED From $7 00 to fo.00; From So 00 to $3.75; From $3.00 to $2.25. Embroidei ies, Ladies' Tics, Ribbons, Rib-bons, Laces, Fans, Flowers, Feathers, Trimming Silks, Ornaments, Kid (iloves, e'.c, etc.. etc., etc., GREATLY REDUCED Elegant 2-Button KIDS At 50 Cente a pair. CHILDREN'S WREATHS With iiilccr or Gold Leaves, At 25c. nach. MILLIUEHS, Attention ! One hundred Cartoca of Eleeant Flowera, Fifty CUrtona of desirable Ostrich Tipa, VERY LOW! L1BIES' DRESSES, Good Styles and Pefeet Fits at Closing Prices, from $2.00 upwards ELEGANT D0LMAN3 From $4.00 to $15.00. Late'&CMlirEii's Sloes & Slippers Reduced Ten per cent. Ladies' and Cbildren's Hosiery In Great Variety, Very Cheapl 300 Pieces MOSQUITO BARS, All Colors. GKXTS" AXD BOYS' Summer Suits, Hats, Serge and Tweed Balmorals and Low Sboes, White Shirts & Calico Shirts, AT CLOSINC PRICES!!! BOYS' LINEN PANTS, 50c. a pair. BOYS' ELEGANT STRAW SAILOR H ATS at 50 Cents. HARVEST HATS at 25c. and 35c. each. LIGHT CASSIMERE SUITS from $7.00 upwards. MEN'S SOCKS from 10 cents a pair upwards. In a word, ALL our Snmmer Goods must be sold before lite Season . closes! II TO THE TRADE: Our Stock id still well assorted and we recognize the fact that timea have changed, values have decreased and the successful merchant must buy close and sell on small margins. Orders promptly filled and honorable honor-able treatment guaranteed. ESTABLISHED I8C4.