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Carpets! Carpets! A new line of carpets at Z. C. M. I. Hemp, Ingrain, tapestry and Brussels. Call and see before going to Conference 4-tf<br><br> DON'T SEND your picture away to be enlarged. Take it to Cordon who will do it for you cheaper than anybody else, in any style of the Art. Or he will take one large from life, which is still better. <br><br> NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned beg leave to notify the public of Northern Utah and Southern Idaho that they have formed a copartnership in the business of drugs, medicines, &c., &c., under the name and style of Ormsby & Riter. O. C. Ormsby will assume all liabilities contracted, and will collect all debts due, prior to the formation of this co-partnership. <br><br> We are greatly extending and enlarging the former block and business of O. C. Ormsby, and while extending thanks for past patronage, wish to state that we are now carrying a stock of drugs, medicines and goods pertaining to the drug business which will enable us to meet the demands of the wholesale and retail trade of this entire region. We cordially invite investigation respecting our stock and prices. O. C. Ormsby, B.F. Riter 16-Jan<br><br> NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrators of the estate of Oscar N. Rice, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them wit the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to M.M. Hammond at his residence in Providence, Cache County, Utah. Dated Nov. 27th 1880 Jane C. Rice, Miton M Hammond, Hopkin Mathews. 14tf<br><br> NO. 120 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U.S. land Office, Salt Lake City, December 7th, 1880. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and receive final entry thereof, and that said final proof will be made before the Clerk of the Court of Box Elder County, at the county seat on Saturday, the 15th day of January, 1881, viz: Joseph Southworth, of Deweyville, Box Elder County, Utah, N.E. No. 1937, for the N. ??? of S. W. and NW. of S.L. and sec. 20 Tp. 11 N. R. 2 W. S. L. M. and he expects to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said tract by one of the following named witness, viz: Meadore Mayue? of Corinne, Box Elder county, Utah; Daniel Burbank, Juder Wells, Ethen Cutler, of Deweyville, Box Elder county, Utah. H. McMaster, Register. JNO.[John] A. Bailey, Atty.[attorney] for appraisal. 11-5t<br><br> No.120. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, and Office at Salt Lake City, Nov 21, 1880. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlers have filed notice of their intention to appear before the Judge or Clerk of the County Court of Cache County, at Logan, on Friday, the 31st day of December 1880 to make final proof in support of their claims and secure final entry thereof, viz: Francis M. Stephenson, who made homestead entry no 2916? for the N.W. I 4 Sec 17 Tp. 14 N.R 1 east and names the following as his witnesses: John Bright, Elisha Rogers, Benjamin Cherry and Benjamin Baker all of Lewiston, Cache County. <br><br> Benjamin Baker, who made homestead entry No 1906 for E 1-2 N W 1-1 and lots 1 and 2, and excess? Entry No. 1857? for 41-100 of E. 1 2 N.W 1-2 and lots 1 and 2, all in Sec. 19 Tp. B.? N. R. (unreadable)east and names the following as his witnesses F. M. Stephenson, James Anderson, James Baker and Warren Kent. H. McMaster, Register. Nibley & Hammond, Attys.[attorneys] <br><br> Vouchers! Parties holding Utah Northern Railroad (Old Company) Stock vouchers or credit balances, Which are duly entered on said company's books, will find it to their interest to present same to R.S. Campbell Logan City, Utah, before Mar 31, 1881 16-Jan <br><br> NEILSEN & HENSTROM Artistic Tailors, Third Street, Logan, First Door east of Post Office. Gents' Suits, Overcoats &c., Made to order from Home made or Imported Goods. A Good good stock kept on hand to select from. Prices Reasonable 12tf<br><br> SADDLES AND HARNESS. To the inhabitants of Cache Co. and vicinity, H.E. Bowring, from Salt Lake City, having commenced business at Logan, Cache Co., Utah, in the above line respectfully solicits a share of your patronage. Saddles a specialty Repairs Promptly attended to. Manufactory immediately south of Z. C. M. I. 44-(unreadable) <br><br> THE WONDER OF THE WORLD. Good news for all. Professor Herman's World Renowned Vermin Destroyer! Which is known to be far superior to anything yet discovered for killing rats, mice, insects on Poultry, Ants, Bugs, Cockroaches, Black Beetles, Fleas on Dogs, Blight and Insects on Plants, Moth in furs?, Tick or Scab on Sheep or Goats, also on cattle, etc. "This preparation has been applied with great success against the insects that attack the Coffee Plants, and would doubtless be equally efficatious with the Tea Plants. Sold in packets at 25 cents per packet or six packets , $1.25. This powder is warranted free from all bad smell, and will keep in any climate. It may be spread anywhere without risk, as it is quite harmless to Cats or Dogs, as they will not eat it. Directions for use on each packet. Manufactory; Gravel Lane, Houndsditch, City of London, England. The above discovery has gained for Prof [Professor]Herman a Silver Prize Medal at the Inter Colonial Exhibition of Victoria, Australia, of 1868? besides numerous testimonials. Sole Agents; O.C. Ormsby, druggist, Logan, Driver & Son, druggists, Ogden City 50 ly<br><br> NO PATENTS, NO PAY. PATENTS Obtained for mechanical devices,medical or other compounds, ornamental designs, trade marks and (unreadable). Caveats, Assignments, Interferences, Infringements, and all matters relating to patents, promptly attended to. We make preliminary examinations and furnish opinions to patentability, free of charge and all who are interested in new inventions and patents are invited to send for a copy of our "Guide for Obtaining Patents," which is sent free to any address and contains complete instructions how to obtain patents, and other valuable matter. During the past five years we have obtained nearly three thousand patents for American and Foreign Inventors, and can give satisfactory references in almost every county in the Union. Address Louis Ragger & Co. Solicitors of Patents and Attorneys at Law, Iebreit? Building, Washington, D.C. <br><br> CO-OPERATION The Manufacturing and building company, of Logan. Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Rustic, Tapered Siding and Furniture Special Inducements offered on Building Contracts. Planing and Turning done on Short Notice. Prices of Planing: Surfacing. 35 cts per 100 ft. Planing, Rustic &c., 60 cts. per 100 t. Planing, Tongue and Grooved and Bended, 70 cts. per 100 ft. Moulding reduced 25 per cent. Home-made and imported furniture etc., at Company's store, Main Street, Logan. Also Dealers in General Merchandise At Store three blocks west of Z.C.M.I. Henry Ballard, Prest. [President], Chas.[Charles] Nibley, Manager. Sep11 1r<br><br> ITALIAN BEES. I have on hand and for sale a Choice Lot of Bees, Very strong and Healthy in Kidder Hives, Apply to George Hibbard, apiarist, Logan. 12-1m<br><br> LOOK HERE. PHOTOGRAPHS Taken in the Latest Style and Finish. Special attention given to Copying and Enlarging Old Pictures. Portraits In Oil, Ink and Water Colors a specialty. Picture Frames, Mouldings, etc. Constantly on hand at Kirkham's Fine Art Gallery Second St., Logan mar12-1r<br><br> HANSON & THOMAS. One door East of Tithing Office, The Pioneer and leading merchant Tailors of Logan. A Fine Stock of Home Made and Imported Goods and Ready Made Clothing kept on hand. Gentlemen's own material make up. First class work and lowest Prices guaranteed. N.B.-We pay the highest price for Wool. Temple and Tithing orders will be taken. Mar12-tf<br><br> OUR MEAT MARKET has on hand every morning a good supply of FRESH MEAT and being carried on in the interest of the Logan Temple, should be well patronized. Third St., Bet. Main and Washington, Logan City, Utah. <br><br> Wm.[William] H. Miles, (of New York City) has commenced the manufacture of BRUSHE [brushes] In Logan, opposite the Tabernacle, and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public who prefer Home Products. Brushes Made to Order. Are your bristles Horse hair Pencils cut for making sacks, etc. ly Logan Meat Market (Formerly Z.C. M.I) Just South of Logan Branch, Thatcher and Newberry proprietors. The Choicest Cuts of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal &c. Game in season. Home Cured Hams and Bacon a specialty. jan0-1y<br><br> EAGLE HOUSE, Salt Lake City, Utah S.P. Teasdel's Mammoth Establishment, in the various departments of which may be found every description of Family supplies and general Merchandise. Wholesale and Retail buyers will find it greatly to their advantage to inspect our stock and prices. Address all communications to S.P. Teasdel, P.O. Box 852, Salt Lake City. 52-1y<br><br> LOGAN BRANCH Z.C. M. I. Offer a complete line of fall and winter clothing, boots and shoes, elegant line of dress goods, hosiery and notions, staple dry goods, monitor and charter oak cook stoves. Parlor, bedroom and office heating stoves. Groceries, hardware, glassware, lamps, Queensware at bottom prices. We are "Headquarters" in Northern Utah and southern Idaho for grain, butter, eggs, &c. Our facilities in this line are such that we are enabled to handle all kinds of produce advantageously to both consumer and producer. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Correspondence solicited. R. S. Watson, Manager, H.S. Eldredge, Supt. Sept11-ly<br><br> P. A. Nielsen, Main street, Logan, Utah, Manufacturer of Boots, Shoes, Harness and Saddles. My leather goods are made of first class material, and their quality and workmanship are guaranteed. I also keep on hand a large stock of general merchandise, including dry goods, groceries, men's clothing, and furnishing goods, hats and caps, provisions and family supplies. A fine assortment of ladies' fancy goods just received. My prices are as low as the lowest. <br><br> New Furniture Store. N.A. Linquist Has opened a store on Third Street, Logan, next door to LEADER Office, with a splendid stock of home made & imported furniture, including all articles pertaining to a complete stock. Prices are the lowest to be obtained in Cache County. Sam. [Samuel] Smith, Salesman. 10?? <br><br> F. Jacobson & Son, Main Steet, Logan, About two blocks south of U.O. Foundry. Are prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmithing & Horseshoeing. Having engaged a good wagon maker, who will commence work Nov. 13th, we can, after that date, do all kinds of wagon work at bottom prices 7-tf<br><br> United Order of Smithfield. This institution manufactures a great variety of leather goods including the following lines: mens' boots and shoes, light, medium and heavy. fine calf skin boots and shoes; ladies' and children's shoes in great variety. Harness made and repaired. Homemade cloths of all kinds; doors and sash, lumber, shingles and bath are specialties. Highest price paid for hides, pelts and wool. Orders taken for any of the above by Geo.[George] L. Farrell, Logan, or Robert Bain, Smithfield, Cache Co., Utah. 8-ly <br><br> Jake Heusser, Practical Gunsmith Importer and dealer in all kinds of rifles, with every modern improvement. Breech and muzzle loading shotguns. Pistols and ammunition of every description. A large variety of fishing tackle and pocket cutlery. Rifle clubs supplied with the best guns at (unreadable) discount. Regulation rules of the National Rifle Association on hand. No. 189 Main St. Salt Lake City P.O. Box 625 53-ly <br><br> FURNITURE! Jenkinson Brothers Dealers in Household Goods, Bedsteads, Bureatus, Tables, Lounges, Mattresses, Picture Frames. Fixings for Singer Sewing Machines. Also agent for the Newton Wagon. Logan City; Utah jul1-ly <br><br> CITIZENSHIP PAPERS. Having been appointed Deputy Clerk of the First District court, I am prepared to issue Citizenship papers to applicants. Chas. Frank, Logan, Utah, Oct 20th 1880. 7-11 <br><br O.C. Ormsby B. F. Riter Pioneer Drug Store Logan City, Utah Ormsby & Riter (Successors to O.C. Ormsby) Wholesale and Retail dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals; Dye Stuffs, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles and all line of goods pertaining to a first-class drug business including Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Putty, and Painters' Articles. We keep a complete and choice stock of Tobacco, Cigars, cigarettes and smokers' articles. We are amply prepared to supply the wholesale and retail trade with all of the above ones. Investigate our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. The Pioneer Drug Store will remain open at all times, Night and Day. <br><br> Zion's Board of Trade Logan City, Cache Co., Utah. Agent for the improved Studebaker Farm & Spring Wagons, Buggies and Carriages. Buckeye Machines, Furst & Bradley Plows, Harrows and Cultivators; South Bend Chilled Plows, Keystone and Furst & Bradley Hay Makers. Also dealers in Iron, Steel, Bolts, All Kinds of hardwood and wagon material, Farm and Freight Fixtures. Examine prices before purchasing elsewhere. Fred Turner, Superintendent 4 tf<br><br Jones & Jenkins, dealers in general merchandise, including full lines of dry goods, groceries, books and shoes, lamps and glassware, gents' hats and furnishing goods, provisions and all kinds of Family Supplies. Lower prices cannot be attained in Cache County than those we offer. 3-2m <br><br> WM. [William] DRIVER & SON, Wholesale and retail dealers in wines and liquors! The best brands always in stock. [Illustration] Wm. Driver & Son, Leading druggist of Ogden. Send in your orders and they will receive prompt attention. <br><br> New Co-op Store! If you want to buy good & cheap go to the above place opposite Z.C.M.I., Logan City, Cache County. Where they sell all kinds of merchandise at the most reasonable prices. Home-made goods a Specialty. Bids for lumber on stock will be received by C. B. Robbins, Superintendent n12-ly <br><br> Schuttler Wagons! And Agricultural implements and a full stock of the celebrated Schuttler Farm Freight and Spring Wagons, which are fully warranted in every respect. Also overland platform spring wagons, sulky Hay rakes, Hay loaders, Threshing machines, And a full supply of the latest improved Agricultural Implements, which will be sold at lowest prices and on favorable terms. A large stock of thoroughly seasoned wagon material, iron, which will be sold at bottom prices. George Barber, Agent Main Street, Opposite tabernacle, Logan City, Utah <br><br> 1880 The New Howe Sewing Machine! The standard machine of to-day. Regarded so by the best informed people the world over. This machine is opening the eyes of the public to the difference between a good sewing machine and a poor one and people are demanding the best, because it is the cheapest. We invite the people to look at the New Howe, and we take pleasure in recommending it as the best machine of the day. It is the lightest schuttle machine in the market, only one hole to thread in the schuttle. And is guaranteed to outlast any two other models made. The Company sells no inferior grades of machines, but each one is finished with the greatest care. In fact they are so thoroughly constructed and finished so carefully, and are sold so reasonable that "Bogus" inventors find no profit in starting a Howe factory at every cross road, therefore they seek other fields whose margins are greater. Biggs & Young, Agents for Utah R. Pingle, Logan, Agnet for Cache County.