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omce71 W Hornnl soulh Street I
ALFAtES YOUNG KDITOR I
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TIn SrA1IOP NEVAIA
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Nevada like Charles Sumncr In early
hoyhooJ is I appalled with n sense of its
own Identity Novnda fins tlio Identity
of Statehood hut her Identity Is a too I
hoary harden upon Hi leources The
Eureka Sentinel nt n rrront < lati boldly
diaem ell Neraila condition and 1111 II
hesitatiiiRly deilnred that ° ° there in I no
donylni the fact that Nevada ii i ton small
in population anil taxiblo ro iUrco3 to
hear the burdens a SUto government
and Hoinfthing mu t ha done lo IncreaHo
them or tho time U I not far distant when
the commonwealth will 1m seriously cm
barrasacd financially if not in a pinto of
absolute Innkniptiy ° Thn question
which confronts Novmli is i the iiuestion
which confrontIminanllyloday What
Bhall no do to ho fuvod A patent
answer him nnvor bocn vouchsafiMl to thin
question and probably never ulll ho
The Sentinel would bn willing lo take
Utah as a taxable resource hut for tho
peculiar condition of adaiH in Utah
0 It U noodles to point out what tills con I
dltion A Htito contemporary of the I
Sentinel RUggestH that Grant anil linker
counties in Oregon and Utvyhoo county
In Idaho be annexed to Nevada This
seems Utisfactory HO far as it gocs but it
doos not go far euoiili The
Sentinel would welcome these counties lo
Novada9 bosom mil Innocently Rays
hat while theth would form an im
portant and woloinn addition to our tor
ritory our western neighbor should bo
called upon to contribute her share to
wards tho roliif r of Iho little State which
has for many yours poured Us wealth into
her lap and to which Us principal city
owes BO much for its growth and present
prosperity The summit of tin Sierra
Nuviuli Mountains la tho natural hound
ary line between Nevada and California
Tho portion of Ils ell ilodoj Sierra
Novadt 1liucr 151 Uorido Alpine Motto
and Inyo counties lying oast of tho HIIIII
mil could bo spired by our wiultliy and
prosperous neighbor while tho acquisition
would bo of tho utmost Imp rtallue and
benefit to Nevada to which State tins loot
of Nature migned It It if very
doubtful whether the loather assertion
could bo proved All those tmggostlons
uro wonderfully well calculated to < IIld
Nevada but tho States and Territory
from which tho Sentinel proposes to tako
BO freely and largely might object As
Nevada is in such great distress how
would it do to put an end to its misery
nnd cut it up and divide it between Call
jornia Oregon Idaho nnd Utah
Nevadas trouble largely arise from
the fact that she la neither an agricul
tural nor a grazing State but a mining
State and her population has to n con
siderable extent been of n floating char
acter Whatever her capabilities in an
agricultural way are they have never
been developed and her name Iho
0 Sagebrush Ktalo has given Iho im
a pression that a ido from tho milieu Ne
vada Is a desert Tlio thing for tho press
of Nevada to do id to dispel tins idea if
it is untrue
COLOR LINES
Itaco antipathies gradually disap
pearing at tho South and the color lino
0 Is gradually disappearing For this all
who care to eco tho South prosperous and
happy will bo glad That which proves
that the color lino in tho South is ant
disappearing is this fact that in a recent
election Atlanta Georgia whoro tho
great issue was prohibition tho negroes
voted on the question itself and Ignored
all party ties and raco prejudices This
Is a very hopeful sign anti shows thnt
when an honest issue is before the juoplo
of the South that they will vote
in accordance with their couyiclions
and that that which makes the
South solid Is tho fats crylhat Is raised
against her and this fuse issues that ire
forced upon htr 1ooplo l will fall natur
ally into the ono or the other party
in tho South the allIs as in tho North if
no restraint is I put upon thrni and tho
safest way In whlcl to nettle vexed ques
tions Mich as tho question at the South
is to give to all parties free play and pooh
plox interests will coon decide what Is
best for all Flue negro loft to follow his
0
inclinations and unhampered by fear
induced by falso leaching will join that I
political parly which mosl units Ids mind
Tho Prohibitionists won the election In
Atlanta and this of itself Is a most Im
portant fact and shows how changed tire
things in Georgia The 1rohibition Note
increases each year and will jet bo u
i
loading question throughout the country
GRANTS MHMOIKS
Yesterday was the day on which Gen
0 eral Grants ° ° Personal Memoirs worn
to havo been published 1 Tho supply
Beems huge but the dem ind U H ild lo bj
fully equal to the supply Theilemoirs
will no doubt ba of groat interest pjr
haps more on account of tho man than
tho matter General Grants caresr was
almost unique and during tho latter
years of his life he was almost idolUad
by the people wo had nlmoU such del
fled So great became Ills idol
ization Hut It was almost treason
to criticise any act of General Grautx I
r whether the act worn inllitaiy or vltll
Kveryono will icad tliu ° Memoirs ba I I
0 cause Ids neighbor will and the discus
sions over them will bu lung und loud
These Memoirs will ha of great
historical interest but 110 doubl many
0 things in them will bo I controverted as i I
they ore in nil memoirs Memoirs aiu
tho material which history uses but they t
t lire lot hiiiory General Grouts will I
hold u prominent place In tho history of I I
hue Civil War antI the events which grew
out of that war I
It has been objected to tho Memoirs
ot General Grant that Grant was not n
literary man and for Hint reason would
ho l lacking In Interest Such objections
are puerile in the extreme nnd show a
want of appreciation of Iho true worth of
niich works It Is to GrantB credit that
ho matte no iirclensions to literary
Ultimo ill Clue true ecnee of the word Wo
know In about what stylo these Mem
oirs f will bu written from Grants articles
In I the Century The style is I plain
Ktraightforward i without ornament
Of all the war articles which have ap
pearedin l the Century tho one which made
most i prclontiou to literary merit was
Low Wallaces article on Fort Donelcon
whllo BeiureRardH Hull Hun was In
reality more truly literary than any
which has yet appeared
Tlio sum which will In nil probability
he 1 realised from tho sale of tho Memoirs
should bo sufficient to stop for over thin
talk about tho financial distress of the
Granl family and do away with tho
necessity for any more meetings of tho
trustees of Clot Grant fund
OIJSTUUOTION
Apprehension is felt by many that the
Senate will 101111 in its power to obstruct
tho InBidont in his endeavors to hring
aoont needed tcforms It Is I not to bo ex
pected that a Republican Senate will bo
heartily in accord with n Democratic
President but the Senate wilt scarcely
obstruct for the cake of obstruction If
it docs it will bo mere captlousncss and
the country would very soon beeomo dis
gusted and public opinion would force
hoe Senile to bo moro considerate It is
not probable that the President will re
commend any measures that will not bo
for tho best Interests of tho country nor
in it probable that ho will etoany legis
lation calculated to benefit the cOlin
try no matter from which party
such beneficial measures may em
anate It is quite likely tile
Senate will refuse to confirm some of
the Presidents nominations and some
of them should not be confirmed Here
is the greatest chance for a collision be
tween tho Senate and President The
President can recommend legislation nnd
veto it but ho is utterly powerless to in
troduce any matter whatever but his
pow er for good or evil still remains very
great and to him tho people look to see
that Improper legislation is forbidden
for improper legislation can rarely suc
ceed in passing both Houses twice Tho
New Year will tell how tho President
aud 1 Senate will work togethEr and till
then all will have to wait to know
whether the Senate Intends to devote it
self to obstruction
A possinu OUTBREAK
Tho NeIL of last night in discussing
tho CoIlinMcMurrin case Bays
There is not tho remotest danger of nny
outbreak rite city i is us quiet us any Now
p I3 ti r 1 f VeI
England village and the infamous fellows
who talk nbout martial law nod tho need of
the military to protect n worthless follow ne
oused of crime know ns well as wo do that
they aro merely lyinn for a sinister purpose
Ve do not think there is any necessity
for marital law hero nor do wo think
there was any necessity for taking Collin
to Fort Douglas for sale keeping hut cer
tain wo are that this city is not as quiet
as any Now Ingland village unless such
village is in a very feverish state Fur
ther we think there is n possibility of n
big and serious riot at almost any time
not l premeditated nor planned and that
If any such riot docs occur it will ho I
stalled by some untoward event If
there tare any who desire II riot they
ace few in number but when once
a serious disturbance happens in
u place whero public feeling Is wrought
up to such a idaho of excitement as public
fooling is in this city such riot is liable to
spread as u deadly and contagious dis
ease and would In all probability infect
many who are now without taint The
cry language of the News on Monday
night in Hpeiklng the Collin Iclnrrill
affair was well calculated to load to just
such occurrences as we spoke of above as
liable to start a riot Tho language o
tho NeIL was this
Itut tho publlo will not cipact that the
creature who fired tho numerous shots will
be punished lIe is a deputy marshal whose
person ocean to bo considered by officers
and courts unassailable Tbo spotter tbo
ingrntt tho impecunious object of Mor
mon bounty who has turned like a iper to
Btiim the hands that wanned him now fills
I rood cup of uis infamy i by shedding the
blood of a Coo nnd stalwart young man
who fans deeply respected ns bo is widely
nsA
nsed et ge
known And of course thus assassin is to ho
screened from arrest and lied out of trouble
How much more will tho people here bars
bear with patience
If Hitch hnguago Is not Intenjel to
lulluno tho people and 1 lead to a lonflict
between opposing parties hero wlmt is
Intended Tho New confesses it does
not know all the facts In the case nct it
unhesitatingly calls Collin an assassin
and Bays McMurrin ttls as deeply 10
specled as ho is i widely known This
may bo so but it is scarcely a proper
thing for ono so ° ° deeply respected and
widely known to apply opprobrious
language to a man whom ho does not
liko and follow language with u blow I
More moderate language on tho art of
tho Vein would tend to lessen very much I
hoe poinibillty of an outbreak In Utah
I
GOon AND HAD ADMOi
The Ojdcn Herald of jestcrday ion
tallied the follow ing In an editorial I I
According to nil the uiens of the iliuw in
Utah the near future is big with uomentous i I
eucotaevejtta I which will try menu souls
null tend to unsettle this I brains uf men HID
most prudent and conservatiiu people In
I
view Cn this i patent fact we admonish the
srtt <
publio i against hasty exhibitions I uf paiwlou i I 0
or popular tumults CIte
coiiviiglon of a I
wholesale riot in thiHTerritorv nt tho pro I
omit time considering tho inllamul condition
bejond of publio description opinion would All bo hivlheaded simply horrible men
uf oery cried or political faith must
ncknowlcdgij that this is true and use their
best endeator against such u frightful l
calamity
Prudent men should measure their words
also on nil occasions No individual can tell
how j soon lie may bo called upon to account
fur his seditious I or bitter ultiralices with 1
Ids life Itemcmbcr this tooth net steely in t
our advice
In this there is a truo realization of the
situation In Utah and the advice theicln
given is good and should bo heeded by I I
all readers of that pajicr nnd by all others
too This is good advice as wo have said
II
but in the Herald of day before yesterday
there appeared an editorial containing
the following highly Inflammatory lan i
guage and which utters sentiments the
very opiiosito of those nbovo quoted I
If this sort of thing continues it the
courts here persist In convicting Mormons
on flimsy charges originated I by Federal
officials and prosecuted with vindictive zeal
with the aid of packed juries and if these
same Utah Federal courts Insist in shielding
WcS r3Ia moral lepers whoremongers I nnd
murderers from just restraint and punish
ment tho Mormon people will bo compelled
to defend thoir lives their liberty their
property and thus chastity of their daughters
Sli Ie
from antiMormon Federal malefactors I I
ravishers I robbers and judicial assassins bv
necessary force Unman nature even when
controlled by tho greatest nnd firmest de
sires of psncp nnd trnnrjnlllty has its limits
of endurance nod he Mormons notwith
standing their wonderful patience nnd fore
benrnnce ore still human 1
Even Mormons cannot always submit
peacefully to Federal murderers nnd judicial
assassination I robberies nnd f also Incarcera
tions screened from nil gII of justice by
wholesale lies nnd atrocious cnlnminntlons
We repeat again there is n limit to the
utmost human endurance nnd when that
limit Is leached in Utah let antiMormon
nssnsslns nspersern judicial I malefactors and
robbers beware I ° a Let Ito law tnko
its i course in thus ease of Deputy Galling but
Uj I justico miscarries i through the connivance
of Federal ofliclals In dealing with him tho
r of time lives of lbs community demand
It rfl Nh
t1 rOt
mood nn appeal to n higher tribunal where
justice j may bo obtained and criminals
overawed in an hour
MEDIOAL
Dr FOOTE Senior
Ol 120 Lexington Avenue New York
Hereby catlon the public NOT to
imi > lo or Communicate wltli n
man NtlIng hlnneU Ilr root Jr
wltlinut mal < lnll Inc Inquiry
Thil man came to Sail Loke Clt1 representing
I1lmleU al the ton 01 IIr E U FOOTt 01 Now
York he well kon vnopcc laUst a abundantly
roted by nmdavlt t rumora came Into Salt
Lake City from Dakota and Montana from an
expose made there lib changed bIn base and
roprosen ted hlmsU an the on 01 a more noted
a eclaltat I In New York City tlla Dr N II
lOr kauWItlla ik
ek
FOOTF the well known author Mr JOHN r
1 now at tlio well known Trows Directory In
New York City 11 forty yearn ol In tlio directory
buslnossjKx Governor FIUMK Fouiiiof Ulah
ala lion AIJHAM WAKEMAN lor many yearS
Iotmaster In New York City 0100 Surveyor 01
the Port gave their affidavit that there are no
oIlier doctors In Nework by the name of TOOT
ar FOOTE excepting Dr E 11 rootr the author
jf Medical b fopr Sense g i and his two
ions Ir K 11 FOOTE Jr and Dr HUBERT T
FOOTS the genuine Dr FOOTE Jr will here
after alwa > employ lIon Initials 10 11 In designating
hht In I iliadg
nating hid name Heretofore ho has been
known not only at homo but nib eeeoer his pub
alt birr
lications Inure been circulated by the name of
Dr FOOTE Jr Greater caro will bo taken here
after In view of tho fact that an unprincipled
person has assumed to profit by lid and his
lathers reputation
Those desiring furthci and more detailed in
formation In respect to this matter will receive
It by addressing lion 411 Silt Lake lIly Utah
Persons having Information of mhantngc to
plalntimi will I kindly communicate I the came to
aWtIe
J nv Itcy with I Sutherland di Mcllrldc Salt
Lake City
Those desiring to consult DR FOOTE profen
atonally or to order remedies should address
cither
Dr E B FOOTE Sror Dr E B FOOTE Jr
120 Lexington Arc Now York
Consultation Free In person or by letter
MISOELLANEOUS
E SEILS JUlES TUCEER II W SELLS
SELLS CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
L DfIBER C
IlOOIlINO ItUhTIC
1Ioomffih
SIDING LATHS
SPrcKETS
SHINGLES PICKETS
WINDOWWEIGHTS u NAILS 0
DOORS WINDOWS MOULDING 1
A Specialty
Prices Suit the Times
ORDERS FOR RED PINE SOLICITED
Call o itt before jiurclmlng cUcwhcre
tIl21i IIraS Count Street puoItI
r
U 1lo
h1Snrt arteIuIr Iiooia
F E SCHOPPE
Wholealo and lietail Dealer In
STOVES
O JL J > V JLJ SO
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Cast and Wrought Iron RANGES
T X 3XT
Copiiej1 mid SheetIron Work
253 S Main St Salt Lake City
ninny c LOIIAX JOHN n cAiiTtn
LOHAX CARTER
Confectionery
INII
OYSTERS
NEW STAND JUST OPKNEI
Wo malo a Specialty I of gupiiljin Church
and
TIO n WIr I1
Social Iunle with In I our Hue
No 89 E First South I
SALT T JAi ia I
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE II I I
Car anil suiilli anil ml liutl Sin
THE SECOND QUARTER I I
WIIL nrois
YJWV J lfith I 1 885 II I I 1
11110 COUlVbK ileparflocatanfia 01 SiCily thoruuiihly COMrnlSKS I gradul AU
chnol
IlIdu lug lrnlug lId
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logungo I hu huardlng dOIarhnolll IlIrn I
Iho I
Iho het
01 acemnmolalloll lor
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hot it exo who trio tutu < ler urcllllIerrhlou
fx Jeuoeatuuo crolo
for Iarllelllo aulol rot
J F MILISlAUQII M 11
Ici7 BElC E hhnIoriaueaoieuoi i
SiOKim U now hero and
TULLIDGE Co
lIars rechd their hati Block of I
UV ALL AJEa
Including l sweep deilcu and quality
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Kaliominini Ifoute and fiiyn Jainling
By the moat skilled irerltneu and at
HcaiouiUe Rates
FURNITURE
BARRATT BROS
Ill to 149 MaIn Street
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Call or Write for Prices I
BARRATT BROS
BREWERIES AND SALOONS
A Fisher Brewing Co
Drorer acne U C R R and D oh R G Depotl
Sail Lake Chip Utah
We Are now prepared to supply Ibo Public with
Keg and Bottled Beer
Superior Quality
At 3E ojat lor IPiicoBi
HEADQUARTERS
The Chip Depol for the celebralcd Albert Fisher
Iteeriai
Tufts Nystrom
Popular Deer Hall 109 S Main St
V here wlKalwaH lie
ahoeayo found a aupply 01 our
Eos cfij SSottlod Door I
Order Solicited and Promptly Attended To
1IHEWEKY P O tuna 1017 Telephone
IIEAUQUAHTBKS atTuUNitromi Tele
phone 17U
A Fisher Brewing Co
Tlio Old Jldittblo
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
Ik esalu hut > year 1885 producing hoe
Finest Lager Beer
lV me ROCKY JOtNTAI S
Bottled Ucora Specialty
reto It allll ho COllvlllced
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South Stteot
Suit Lake City
HENRY WACENER Propr
Call and See Us
flJIO ITt lilt MAIKIU oniu uoisr
011 Secant South tired p will find the bettor
Beer Wines Liquors and Cigars I
The Celebrated HSIIHl lllllt always on lap
The proprietor und attendant will ulwuy
muko > ou welcome and tupply every want
kuown billie trade I hive tot a cull and yuuJI
coinn asoln
Iho uddrtM It 29 und 31 W Second loath
treel ouch onto found U will lie remembered
Tho in und uuuU they ol ilmll lie nubile be ktudloiuly uro troll I attended uudcrttood to by
rIoollIIlllard d 11O fn gUr in
OOiobUdtu
I nib PAPER pi vfffann4oinhaIaoo l Xd
vertlnlna liurviil IU Hiiruc Kt K where navcnlBlng
OWJICMU rt Uloito tvtlt IN Nrlv VtUItl
DANKS
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Union National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
Capital Fully 1nitl 200000
rpRANSARTS A QENEHAL BANKINO
T rnIItcelNlfft payable l on
demand
Collections mlle at currcn rates and remit
tances made on day of payment
Correspondents In the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
COMMODIOUS SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
Connected with the Bank
Special attention gUcn to the talc of Ores
and Bullion I
BullionJOSEPH n WALKER Prettdcnt
BENJ 0 UAYllOULlt Cashier
U S DEPOSITARY
Deseret National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
Paid In Capital 8200000
Surplus 200000 t
II 8 nlJrcclcc President
u m Jennings VlceFrest
Fcramori Llitle
John Sharp Director
Wm W Rltcr
U 8 11111 Caihler
Jas i1 Little Awl Cashier
Rtceha DcpoMi Payable on Demand
Burs and Sells ExchTngo on Now York Sand
Francisco Chicago St Louis Omaha Lon
don and principal continental cities
Make Collections Romlltlng Proceed a
Irnmptlv
McCORNICK Co
BAJSJKEBS
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
And Hailey Idaho
TVimsac Eicrtj Description of Banking
Reduce
CORRESPONDENTS
Importers and Traders National Bank N T
Commercial I National Bank Chicago ills
First National ll Bank Chicago Ills
Chemical National Bank K V
Omaha National Bank Omaha
First National Bank San Francisco Cal
Kountze Brothers N Y
State Sa > Ings Association St Louis
Crocker Woolworth Co San Francisco Cal
City National Bank Denver
T n JONES B 3 LYNN
T R JONES Co
BAJSJKEBS
Salt Lako City Utah
Transact a General Banking Huiintis in
all ill Branches
Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Kichaucc
1 t glt Po3o1 d
eie
Careful attention given I to Collections and re
suuhuinuoceo mode on day of p0 moot
mLonK Ixjans made ou City heal Estate at low
rates Interest
Special attention given to the Selling of Ores
and Bullion of which Consignments are
solicited
Advances made on ore Paso Bullion Gold
and Silver bars shipped for refining
CORRESPONDENTS
New York J B Colgate do Co
Omaha Omaha National Bank
Chicago First National Bank
Bail Francisco Bank of California
Denver Colorado National Bank
Wells Fargo Cos
BANB
SALT IAhK CIIT VTAII
General VanUng Xuitntii Trantacltd
Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and
sold
Special I attention I l given to the purchase and
sale of ores and bullion
Hcturus for collections promptly made at cur
rent rates
Telegraphic transfers made and commercial
f rco J31
and tra tiers credits Issued available l In tho
principal cities t of the world
prJri f id fl Ot
Having In addition to our Bank correspond
ents an Express Agency In almost soncry
town West ff ginu
the Rocky Mountains affords no
special facilities for making collections and
onecu ling commissions
Accounts of Banks and Bankers mcrcantl
and manufacturing firms corporations mitt
ge companies stock growers and ludltldua
received on favorable terms
COJtREAPOttDEKTS
New York Wells Fargo A C
Saa Francisco Wells Fargo AC
Boston Maverick National Ban
lIg 1
Chicago Merchants National flank
Cincinnati Third National Ban
Denver First National Ban
Omaha it Louis Boatmens i First National Savings flank Van
frs Oelraas Louisiana National Ban
Paris Lhcrbctte Kano A Co
ondon Wells Faro oh Co
J E DOOLY Agent
GOAL
D RG W
Coal Agency
U5 S MAIN STKKET
101
Pleasant Valley
Anthracite
Blacksmith
COAL 1
Coke Charcoal Wood I
cs All of luoaboe Coals arc thoroughly
tcraened aud clean
Irornjit Deliver Guaranteed
Telephono No 211
SELLS BURTON
TQ CO Managers
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HBEC > A3L2
01
Rock Spring
Weber
Red Canyon
Pleasant Valley
All the cools In the
market
and
hoe
very best
of each
hi
Con XJojat XT X XIv
oil
A J UUNNlvU Agent
OPPlCKtYYasatch Corner I
YAltDiUlali Central Dtp
WEBER COAL I
Home Coal Company I
healers In COAL from the
WasatchiCrismon Mines i
ruuMIIIti null
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1rlrr 1 lie 11 vered
0O Alford sow 6Q Ir Inll I I I
CGrLeavu OHIiElta with I
IIIJNKY DINWOUDIiV
Nc > 17 taOIST First tHoiitliHlrict I
aalt JahlJlly i
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HARDWARE MINING MAOHINERY AND GENERA pp
GEORGE M SCOTT President U B
ntTW
JAMES QLENDINNINO ViceProtldent UrtPIEIJt
s rltatar
Geo M Scott Co
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IMTOUTEHS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE J IRON STEEL IRON pp
Miners Tools Stoves Tinware 1i1t
a
AND A
General Assortment oi Mill Fillding
GRANITE mONWAHE AND DRIPPING 1A8 STAMPED JA I
IIIACK POLIShED GALVANIZED AND PIECED TINWAhl 1D
BLACK ShEET AND GAJNANIZIm mON IAlVmDFD 1NE
OHAUCOAL mON BOILER TUBES STEAJi GAS
AND AVATER 1IPK BRASS GOODS j SKI
DENS PATENT TACKING ETC ETC
Also Carry In Stock a Full Jino of Blakes Improved Btcam Il1u
ing Engines John A Roebllngs Sons Ie Cos filed Wire Hope Vnim Intl p
andEnRino Oil Hercules Powder Caps atoll Fuse Uoslon PoS Coy Indi
Co
Patent Stretched Rubber BeltIng Sloe tholm Tar Pitch Rosin JS5 LOliiotJO
I LDBBXOA orrLVa OJJS
Exclusive Agents for tho Heavy SteelTempered Battery and Bolting WiroCfII
CUNNINGTON OQ
THE LEADING HOUSE IN UTAH FOR
FAMILY AND MINING SUPPLIES
We carry u full nnd complete stock ot
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Wholesale and Retail In our
rdwre Dear1iJnent
Wo carry a full lino of Carpenters and Machinists Tools and all Kinds of Cm
Table ansi Pocket t
ware Tinware n Cutlery In our
ioiXJLg Depar1xnellt
We carry a full stock of Candles 1owder Fuse and Cops Picks Showlp a
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Office and IVarcrooms 850 Main Street Salt LflleClj
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Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah
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