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1 TIlE SALT LAKE DAILY HERALDi 4 r
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VOL X SALT LAKE CITY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 101880 NO 184 f
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XMAS XMAS
FRUIT
FOR PLUM PUDDING AND MINCE PIES
CLEANED AND READY FOR USE 4 J
At TEASDELS
RAISINS CURRANTS CITRON AND LEMON
PEEL CANDIES NUTS Etc
PRICES AS USUAL ARE THEVERY LOWEST
DRY GOODS
FULL SUPPLY OF SHAWLS HOODS SCARFS
AND HOLIDAY PRESENTS
BOOTS AND SHOES
EVERY VARIETY STYLE and CLASS BOUGHT
4 BEFORE THE REGENT ADVANCE AND WILL
BE SOLD AT SATISFACTORY PRICES
CLOTHING
HENS AND BOYS A FULL STOCK ALSO
HATS CAPS BLANKETS
A VISIT TO THIS IMMENSE STOCK WILL
AMPLY REPAY PURCHASERS S
STOVES
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ANOTHER CAR LOAD ARRIVED OF COOK
ING AND HEATING STOVES
At TEASDELS
I Clearance Sale
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CLEARANOE SALE
Commences THIS DAY and will continue until
J Our Entire Stock of Winter Clotning I
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13 DISPOSED OF
SPECIAL BARGAINS
INS
ULSTERS
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OVERCOATS i
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FINE DRESS SUITS
FINE BUSINESS SUITS
FINE HEAVY CASS SUITS
FINE CASSIMERE PANTS
We will sell
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AT REDUCED PRICES
The above gocds in order
TO JURE ROOM I FOR OUR SPRING STOCK
L L GOLDBERG
MANUFAOTORY
458 Broome Street NEW YORK e13
i STOVES STOVES >
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I GEO owns SCOTT v CO9
HM e Just reoclred a rail lisa cf tao celebrated
S STEWART HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES in
Offices Stores and Halls great variety and of all mea fiu
The HARVARD FRAIfKLIN tho tery best cooking outfit in ihe war
kti
j Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
mule
I UANNOK BOXand oth HEATERS
OOOK STOVES Reporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Rooms
Crown and Stewart c a complete assortment
I
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Havice a wellappointed Shop we are prepi
to do all kinds of
S 1 1S and SHEET IRON WORK with promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
GEO H SCOTT CO
i J 4b 93 4 Main Street I Salt Lake City
ii 1880
THE PEOPLES PAPER
TEE
HERALD
I SALT LAKE
DAILY HERALD
The HERALD enters upon the new
year with better hopes and brighter
prospects > than it ever before enjoyed
The remarkable success of the paper
in the pst as manifested by its large
and steadily growing subscription
list its increasing advertising patron
age and tho expressions of goodwill
towards thu journal which greet na
from nil quarters convinces the pub
lishers that they are doing what they
set out to donamely furnish a
newspaper that the people would like
and therefore support The HERALD
as in the past will be the peoples
paper Independent in a political
sense it will always bo found
on tho side of the people outspoken
on questions affecting rights the
m ss e battling for local selfgovern
ment and the largest liberty to indi
viduals consistent with public good
laboring for a pure honest and eco
nomic administration of government
treating public matters dispassion
ately nd employing language calcu
lated to enlighten the reason of men
rather than influence their passions
and working for peace and the de
velopment of the resources of the ter
ritory instead of trying to crests strife
and retard progress With our in
creased facilities for gathering news
both by telegraph and mail the em
ployment of a larger number of cor
respondents in different sections of
tho country and the better arrange
ment of all the many details of tbe
establishment we confidently promise
to make the SALT LAKE DAILY
HERALD a better paper than ever
SALT LAKE
SEMIWEEKLY HERALD
This valuable and popular edition
of the HEnALD will continue to make
its appearance twice a week during
the year and the same degree of
progress and improvement that marks
the Daily will be eecn in its columns
No better newspaper can ba found in
the west for those people who are not
blessed with daily mail facilities than
the SEMIWEEKLY HERALD It con
tains all the new domestic and for
eign in a condensed and readable
form The design has been to
make it combine the distinguish
ing characteristics of a commer
cial and home journal and we
believe that biB has been success
fully carried out The SKIHWEEKLY
has certainly met with unexpectedly
high favor at the hands of tho people
It is proposed to make it even more
populir than in the past by reducing
the price to 350 per annum mak
ing it the cheapestaemiweekly paper
in the west The reduction in price
does not imply a lessening of the
Quantity of matter published Its
columns will continue full of news
and choice literature
SALT LAKE
WEEKLY HERALDa
About the 1st of March we will
begin the publication of a Weekly
Edition of the HEBALD The demand
for euch a paper has been very
pressing during the past two
or three year The aim of
the publishers will be to furnish a
paper for those people who live
oQ the main lines of travel and who
are not accommodated with mail ser
vice oftener than once a week to
provide a newspaper for those who
hae only one day a week of leisure
to devote to the pleasant and profita
ble employment of rending to supply
a suitable edition of the HERALD for
sending abrcal a paper that shall
faithfully and honestly represent this
great and growing territory with its
many and important industries and
its thrifty enterprising people to
make a paper for the home circle and
family fireside one that shall contain
the news and at the same time com
bine the essential elements of a liter
ary educational and industrial jour I
nal In fact our aim will be to make
the WEEKLY HERALD a welcome
visitor to the home where it will be
found a constant fund of instruction
entertainment and profit to
all members of tho family
Besides the leading characteristics of
the Daily tbe Weekly will contain
matter specially for the agriculturist
the gardener the stockraiser the
mechanic the kitchen and the house
hold generally and an important
feature of its columns will be the
wellchosen entertaining and moral
light literature Nothing will bo ad
mitted to its columns that has not
first been carefully prepared and re
vised The price will ba only 2 a
year a figure unprecedentedly low
for a far west newspaper We confi
dently predict for the WEEKLY
HERALD one of the greatest successes
and the efforts of the publishers shall
be to make the paper merit the popu
larity that it cannot fail to attain
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Postage Paid
Salt Lake Daily Herald
One Year 1050
Six Months 525
Three Months 265
Salt 1Ric SemiWeekly Herald
One Year 350
Six Months 175
MTflVp Weekly Herald i
One Year 200
Six Month 125
KSFScnd Money in Registered Letle
or JPosloJicc Order
Address
e THE HERALD
Salt Lake City Utah
TELEGRAPHIC
<
THE tJTJ5
A Mew York Opinion ol the
Savage
New York 9The World says the
people of Colorado have reason to reent
the way in which a good many thought
less persons at the cast have taken up the
parable of those portcntioua scoundrels
and garages the Ute against them To
the people of Coorado the TJtes mean
arson and murder and crimes against
humanity which make murder merciful
in comparison It maybe that for all
this the past Indian policy of the United
States government is really responsible
and that the Utcs have been trained into
villainy by villainous whites But it is
rather hard as well fs absurd to expect
that men who are building up homes for
themselves and their children on our far
frontiers will let their homes bo burned
and their families butchered in expiation
of the sins of their forefathers or of some
one elses forefathers IL we as a gov
ernment have made the Dies what they
are as a government we had better get the
Utes out of the way of civilized peoplo
and begin a new experiment at making
Utes something very different from what
they are without expecting the people of
Colorado to pay the price of the process
of Euch horrors and shames as humanity
sickens to hear of It is simply monstrous
that the wretches who woud be hanged
or shot without mercy wore they to per
petrate being white men in any sort of
warfare the abominations which arc of
the essence of Indian warfare should bo
treated with on the basis of a tort of semi
theatrical nationality simply because
their skins are red As thee people live
within the reach of the United States
laws they should be made to feel the re
straints of those laws not as tribes or na
tions but as individual end dealt with
as Indians
Foreign Miscellany
Berlin 8 Bismarck is so unwell that
he cannot come to Berlin
The vote forthe relief of the sufferers
by the famine in Upper Silesia amounts
to C000000 marks
Tho heavy concentration of Russian
troops in i Poland is unfounded the for
tresses on the frontier merely being re
paired
Berlin 9The National Zcituny pub
lishes a statement to tho effect that in
i view ef the differences between Austria
and Servia Russia has formally engaged
to protect the latter i
Cettinjo STho fighting near Guido
it is said resultd in a victory for the
Montenegrins who although 3000
strong defeated 12000 Turks
St Petersburg Telegrams from the
Caucasus report the occurreccoof exten
sive fires at Tiflis and Kutais
The Moscow Gazette asserts that Count
Schouvalofi is likely to bo appointed
minister of the interior with a depart
ment of political police in his ministry
in lieu of the third section of tho imperial
chancellcrie which will be abolished
I 1 Ottawa BA largo party will leave
t Ottawa on Thursday next for ban Fran
cisco to work in Sonoma County gold
diggings
Ottawa 9 At Mauvaki on the Gatino
Hirer a man named Brisbons quarrelled
with his partner and literally chopped
him to pieces The murderer escaped
Montreal a The first call of 10 per
cent under the double liability of the
shareholders of the Mechanics Bank
was made yesterday Very few re
sponded A syndicate is formed of share
holders to buy up the claims
Vienna 9The AuUrian government
has received no circular explaining the
Imbrini affair Tho Italian minister
here however brought the matter for
ward in conversation and that will prob
ably be the end of it
oiorious NominatIon
Now STuri 9 Seralda Wnsbiufiton
Tboo is a brisk contest going on in tho
Senate over the nomination of Morton to
the collectorship of San Francisco Booth
opposes the confirmation with much
vigor Ho based his objection mainly
on the ground of want of sufficient resi
dence to justify such an important ap
pointment There is strong disposition
among the friends Morton without re
gard to their relations to party or to tho
Administration to vote for his sons con
firmation Meanwhile Booth stands on
his rights as a senator and claims that
the courtesy usually extended to senators
in the case of an obnoxious nomination
shall be extended to himself and his
democratic colleague whom he has in
troduced to take sides with him Par
ticular friends Morton have also been
among those who have often claimed the
same thing from the Senate which Booth
now asks and almost always received
and the present contest places them in an
embarrassing position
T
British Bits
London SCox Sons church fur
niture manufacturers of London and
New York have failed Liabilities c36
000London
London 9The Times this morning
says We ae informed that the bishop
of London has signed letters of request
to the dean of Arches court Province of
Canterbury in a fresh suit against Rev
Alex MacKonochie All Saints Church
Holborn The new proceedings will be
for tho deprivation of ilacKonochioi
rights of the priesthood
Lord Derby speaking of a trado ban
quet at Huddorfield last night said the
United States might be our most formid
able rival but Americans do not face us
in the open field They fight entrenched
behind a protective tariff even with tho
help of which they have not wholly
checked the importation English man
ufactures into America Still American
competition is not to ba lightly spoken of
Afjjliaiiistnu
Cabul 8 Nearly all KohislaniLugh
mani and Lozar chiefs are surrendering
London 0A dispatch from Calcutta
say The particulars of the proceedings
of the courtmartinI in Cabul on the
Afghans implicated in the attack on the
BrItish residencein September last snow
the whole of the fifteen men who have
been > executed as well as others wero
concerned tn the massacre of Major Cav
agnari and his staff in the murder of
wounded soldiers or had taken part in
treacherous attacks on the British All
the other prisoners will be released
General Roberts has communicated
with Mahmoud Khan at Gazeni
A Played Ont Flan
Xew York 9Mrs Eliza Livingston
wife of Dr Joseph W Livingston who
she claims was a practising physician at
Leon Nicaragua when ft alker fillibus
tered there and who was arrested and
sent out of tho country and her property
confiscated is about memorializing Con
gress for redress claiming 25000 dam
age from government of Nicaragua
Several other claims will be filed with
hers by Americans with a similar griev
ance the total of which is G50 000 Dr
lavingitoa is alleged to have died in San
Salvador in 1871
NOTICE
RHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
THE of the Deseret Na
tional Bank of Salt Lake City for the
Election of Director will be held at
their Banking House on Tuesday
January 13th 1SSOL
L S HILLS
Cashier
Salt Lake City Dec 29 1879
MUSEUM
OPPOSITE THE TABERNACLE GATE
SALT LAKE CITY
I JOSEPH L BABFOOT
n23 Curator
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
DIPHTHERIA
WHERE THERE IS NO CANKER
1 there Is no Diphtheria Halls Ctnker
Remedy never tail Ask your ueleh bora
fold by Z 0 JI L Drug Dept holenle
and retail Salt Like Ciy js7
A ANDERSON
ith FURBIER MANUFACTURER OP
I Kobe Gloves IInd Buckskin Clothe
YI19 Puts Cleanod mid Repl rod i
I I Scuh End of Commercial Street
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
qiOUA BUILDING SITE IN SALT LAKE
FOlLA
C City a farm situated seven miles north
of this city Apply to W Peterson Butcher
West of kimball Lawrence n23
REMOVAL
UMBRELLA AND PARASOL FAC
ltory removed to three doors west of
SS < inwoode5g Kimball Block All
S kind of Umbrellas made to order tad
repaired with new covers ribs springs han
dle etc n23
PETERSON THE BUTCHER
JUnhamd Block First South bt
I NEVE KEEPS YTHING
hut Tender Juicy and Fresh
Meats live him your ordo
telllDlr him what you wait and you TV II got
hi Sweetest and Dainties Steaks and Joints
o ba foaou in this Market au23
FOR SALE
t A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
r 1 1 OX
1 5 New Goods just imported A
eroat variety at exceedingly Low
Prices at
j23 CARL O ASMUSSENS
W L PRICE
DEALER IN POULTRY
Fish and Game Fruit Vegeta
bles and Groceries Presh Fish every day
Firit South Street opposite Kimball Block
HaltLata City Goods delivered pnnctnally
in all parts of the city free Satisfaction
rnarantoed n12
I J M HOLLAND
DR
OBoe over Davis Grccary Store
H Main Street
WILLIAM BREDEMEYER
MINING CONSULTING AND CIVIL
SIYL Engineer U S Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Idaho Notary Public Geologica
examinations reports on mining properties
surrevs minej railroads din canals and
superintends the workins of the amo
Prepares estimates and plans for opening
and working mine export on mining quos
tions before the courts 4ddicii POBox
U57 Salt Lake city lii i n
DAVID JAESu i
LICENSED
PLUMBER I TINKER
Gas and Stoam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying his
material by the car load ho is
prepared to
LAY WATER PIPES
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Large Stock cf
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Load
Kept in Stock
OPFICB AiiilWOEKBHOPS
WES1 TEMPLE STREET
Opposite City Meat Market
I WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
7 HB PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASUK
I in ancouaclrs to the lkL that the
have remodel Jl end refitted the Hotel
The Dininr Rooms are spacious and the best
of Meals will be served night aid day
Single Heals 500
Hot Lunches as per card 25o
Boom and Board 815 to 82 per day
610 to 12 per week
Board 7 par week
Tho Bar hat ben removed to the north of
the Hotel and four Billiard Tables added for
the Accommodation of caeata and Is now i
open A PODLECH I
b CO
GEXFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
Ii I
i Board and Rooms from 150 per day
and from f8 per week
S C EWINC
Jy3 Proorieter
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrew 0 Bruce Proprietor
o
UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT
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this central end popular hotel has been
renovated and thoroughly repaired for the
reception of guests
Rates per day 150 to S2 rr week
3 to SlO according to rooms
Board per week 7
n2
OVERLAND HOUSE
MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
I
Board and Rooms 100 to 150 per da
Do Do 700 850 It week
Single Meals 25 cents
n211 W A PITT Proprietor
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT
AND CHOP HOUSE
Meals served at all hours of the day
and night in firstclass Style
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEASON
Served up in temptingly
OYSTERS IH EVERY STYLE
66 Main Street
JAS DINWOODEY Pror
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HAYNES SON J
Manufacturers of
Steam Boilers
WATER JAOKETS
TANKS COOLERS PANS
And Every Description of Iron Work
i REPAIRING DONE PMMPTLY
All work guaranteed and bast of ref
erences given both as to qurJity of work
and prices
South Temple Street between First and
Second West Street
Address P 0 Box 525 02
SIC BOOTa
CustomMade Boms an Shoes
A SPECIALTY
Repairing Done on Short Notice
SIGN OF THE
6 BO I BOO
87 Main Street
021 JAMES PAYNE
Fe AUERBACH BROS
SPEOIAL
CLOSING OUT SALE
OF
WINTER GOODS
Black and Colored Silks and Saline at 70c 90c 100 125 150
175 200
Black Cashmeres at 40c 50c GOo 70c SOc 90c 100
Colored Cashmeres atojo 70c 90c
Double Wide Lustres and other Dress Goods 20o SOc 40c 50c
70c 85o
Silk Striped and Plaid Dress Goods 25c SOc 40c SOc
Mohair and Armure Dress Goods Six Yards for 100
Double Wide Heavy Matelasse and Drap Date < 5 at 150 worth 250
Double Wide Heavy Beaver Cloth at 175 250 300
Double Wide Rspellanta and Ladies Cloth 850 90c 100 120
140
Heavy all wool Cassirneres for Men and Boy wear 115 1 1 25
150
White and Colored Flannels Jeans and Satineltes 15c 25c 30a
350 40c SOc 60c 70o SOc
Knit Opera Shawls 75c 125 175 225 375
Ladies Corsets 40o 60c 75cf 1 00 150 200 300 500
Ladies and Childrens Hose 10cf iSo 20c 25c to 1 50 per pair
Our Own Seamless Kid Gloves warranted equal Jo Harris or any
other make three buttons 175 four buttons 200 Best
Value in Kid Gloves in the City
Ladies Fur Sets 250 350 500 1000 1500 2000 Beat
Goods for tho Money in the City
Ladies and Childrens Cloaks Dolmans and Circalara 300 400
500 600 700 to 2500
Turkey Red Table Cloths 75c 85c 100 120
Bleached Damask Table Cloths 60o 75c 100 140
Towels from lOc to 75o
Ribbons Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Lace and Silk Ties Fringes
Berlin Embroideries in Silk Worsted Marvels of Art Veilings
Tidies Etc nt Lowest Prices in the City
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GENTS AND BOYS CLOTHING
Hats and Furnishing Goods
Of every kind
At Prices to Close Out Every Article of Winter
Goods
The Best Unlaundried WHITE SHIRTS of 2200 Linen Bosoms and
Wfimsutta Muslin ever offered at retail at 100 Better value than the last
Fifty Dozen we closed in so short a time Samples sent free of postage
The lack of room and the poor light in our store compel us to offer the great
overstock we purchased before tho late rise in Merchandise at any
cost and purchasers botn Wholesale and Retail who are de
sirous to secure the most Goods for the least money will
do well to call and price our Goods before purchas
ing elsewhere Weehow Goods with pleasure
WHOLESALE BUYERS
Will be treated as such in Competition with any Market East or West
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BSTOrdera Promptly filled and Honorable Treatment Warranted1
0
ESTABLISHED 1864
K AUERBACH BRO
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Second Stook of the Season S
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In conaeqaenco of tbe great demand for our line of Good we have been
obliged lo order aud L
Are fa Receiving our Second importation
S OIE1 THE SEASON
Our Stock thus reinforced is tho
LAKGEST AND MOST COMPLETE WEST OF
THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS 5 f
An inspection will show
4 i
AN ENTIRE NEW LINE OF S
MENS OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS j
In Fine and Medium Qualities i
0
WS YOUTHS BOYS JND GIIILBRMS SUITS J
In all Sizes Styles Colors and Psices
0
Cotton and Merino Hosiery S S
White and Fancy Shirts
Lined Gloves and Mittens
Wool Cassimere Overshirts
White and Colored Kid Gloves t
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs a
Fancy Cashmere and Wool Mufflers
S 1 Boots and Arctic
Overshoes 1
Blankets Quilts Etc Etc
c
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Notwithstanding the Great Rise in Merchandise
ive have determined to
keew down to our
Old Prices and our Patrons may rely on
getting the Best of Goods at a reasou r
able Cost i
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TO THE TRADE
We ofler special inducements Taking aa we do a specially of the
above good we can give better bargains than can be had elsewhere
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Orders from tIle Country Solicited and viII t < L
Receive Our Best Attention S
GOLDSMITH COo i S
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145 MAIN STREET I
Old Number S8
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Walker Bros
RETAIL DRY GOODS DEPTg
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HOLIDAY SEASON
0 fl S
WINTER GOODS
S
ON MONDAY DECEMBER 8th we shall commence a i
General Closing Out Sale
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OF i
WINTER GOODS WINTER GOODS
Thai giving our Patrons the advantage of Low Prices before S
791 1 THE HOLIDAYS I 80 i
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Ladies 15100 Cloaks reduced to 12100
H 12100 Ii 11 101
0 1
100 DOZEN SIlK SAN8SESCMIEFS
LADIES AND MISSES HIKg
300 Boys Ulsters Overcoats i
DRESS GOODS
KNIT GOODS
WOOLEN HOSIERY
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We shall offer tn close them out
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lOO ZDOZEUST LADIES CORSETS S
At 75c per Pair former prices from 100 to 150 each
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WALKER BROTHERS i
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