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r I TIlE SALTLAKE DAILY HERALD
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VOL X SALT LAKE CITY THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 15 1880 NO 188
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18800 18800
FRUIT
FOR PLUM PUDDING AND HINGE PIES
OLEANED AND READY FOR USE
At TE SBSLS
RAISINS CURRANTS CITRON AND LEMON
PEEL CANDIES NUTS Etc
PRICES AS USUAL ARE THE VERY LOWEST
DRY GOODS
I FULL SUPPLY OF SHAWLS HOODS SCARFS
BOOTS AND SHOES
EVERY VARIETY STYLE and CLASS BOUGHT
BEFORE THE RECENT ADVANCE AND WILL
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BE SOLD AT SATISFACTORY PRICES
CLOTHING
MENS AND BOYS A FULL STOCK ALSO
HATS CAPS BLANKETS
A VISIT TO THIS IMMENSE STOOK WILL
AMPLY REPAY = PURCHASERS
STOVES
ANOTHER CAR LOAD ARRIVED OF COOK
ING AND HEATING STOVES
At TEASDELS
I Clearance Sale I
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L Ao GOLDBERGS
CLEARANCE SALE
Commences THIS DAY and will continue until
Our Entire StocK of Winter Clothing I
IS DISPOSED OF
SPECIAL BARGAINS
1N
ULSTERS
OVERCOATS
FINE DRESS SUITS
FINE BUSINESS SUITS
FINE HEAVY CASS SUITS
FINE CASSIMERE PANTS
We will sell
lO AT REDUCED PRICES
The above goods in order
I TO MIRE BOOM FOR OUR SPUING STOCK
L AD GOLDBERG
MANUFACTORY
4i8 Broome Street NEW YORK 813
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GEO M D SCOTT tff = 3 CO
n liLt rsoclred a lull line ef tne celebrated
STEWART HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES in
Offices Stores and Halls great variety and of all sizes UIA
eery best cooking outfit in tht mar
The HARVARD FRANKLIN the ket
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
made CANNON BOXand other HEATERS
D > OK 8TOVE3 Reporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Rooms
t r Crown and Stewart 080 complete assortment
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FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Kuvinc t wellappointed Shop we are prupaitd
to do all kinds of
TIM and SliSET iilON WORK with promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
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GEO M CWT COo
oS5 98 JMain Street Bait Lake City
1880
THEPEOPLESPAPER
THE
HERALDa
SALT LAKE
DAILY HERALD I
The HERALD entera upon the new
year with better hopes hLil brighter
prospects than it ever before enjoyed
The remarkable success of the paper
in the poet ai manifested by its large
and steadily growing subscription
list its increasing advert sing patron
age and the expressions of goodwill
towards tho journal which greet us
from all quarters convinces the pub
lishers that they are doing what they
eet 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 be found
on the side of the people outspcken
on questions affecting rights of the
masses battling for local selfgovern
ment and the largeat liberty to indi
viduals consistent with public good
laboring l for a pure honest and eco
nomic administration of government
treating public matters dispassion
ately and employing language calcu i
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 create strife
and retard progress With our in
creased facilities for gathering news
both by telegraph and mail the em
s e I I 1 r
jiuyiueui ui u miiur uuuiuur ui cor
respondents in different sections of
the country and the better arrange
ment of all the many details of the
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 HERALD 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 eeen 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 SEMI WEEKLY HERALD It con
tains all the news domestic and for
eign in a condensed and readable
form Tho design has been to
make it combine the distinguish
ing characteristics of a commer
cial and home journal and we
believe that this has been success
fully carried out The SEMIWEEKLY
has certainly met with unexpectedly
high favor at tho hands of the people
It is proposed to make it even more
popular than in the past by reducing
the price to 350 per annum mak
ing it the cheapest semiweekly paper
in tao west The reduction in price
does not imply a lessening of the
quantity of matter published Its
columns will continue full of news
and cboce literature
SALT LAKE
WEEKLY EHALD
About the 1st of March we will
begin the publication of a Weekly
Edition of the HERALD The demand
for such a paper has been very
pressing during the past two
or three years The aim of
the publishers will be to furnish a
paper for those people who live
oft the main lines of travel and who
ate not accommodated with mail ser
vice oftener than once a week to
provide a newspaper for those who
have only one day a week of leisure
to devote to the pleaaant and profita
ble employment of reading to supply
a suitable edition of the HERALD for
sending abroad 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 lor 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 I industrial jour
nal In fact our aim will bo to make
I the WEEKLY HERALD a welcome
visitor to the homo where it will be I
3 I
lounu a cunsiani iUUU ui iUtHIUCUUU
entertainment and profit to
all members of the family
Besides the leading characteristics of
the Daily the 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 be only 2 a
year a figure unprecedentedly low
for a far west newspaper We confi
dently predict for the WEEKLY
HEKALD one of the greatest successes
and the efforts of the publishers shall
be to make the paper merit the popu
larity that it cannct fail to attain
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Postage Paid
Salt Lake Daily Herald
One Year 1050
Six Months 525
Three Months 265
Salt Late Semi WEEkly Herald
One Year 3 50
Six Months 175
Salt Lake Weekly Hum
One Year 200
Six Month 1 < Ju
ST SenZ Money in Registered lAtter
or Postojfice Order
Address
THE HERALD
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Salt Lake City Utah
TELEGRAPHIC
THE FOttElGW BU1IGET
Miscellaneous Unttcr in the
Old World
Pari 14 Bcthomot Briison and
Lenard former vice residents of the
Chamber of Deputies have been reap
pointed
London HA St Petersburg corres
pondent believes that Princa iobanofF
will RO to London via Berlin and take
with him a letter for the Emperor
A Berlin correspondent announces that
Prince Jlohenlono will visit Berlin
shortly to report his views regarding the
ministerial cnnnces in Franca also that
Russia has confidently declared that the
concentration of her troops ia Poland
need not alarm Ge many
A dispatch fom Alexandria reports
tnln uenerai uoaon nas started lor
Europe
A Vienna correspondent siys be learns
from good authority that Count chouva
lolFs prospects of obtaining a position in
which ho would be able to exercise great
influence upon the foreign policy of Rus
sia are improving The pe ice party at
St Petersburg now preponderates in con
sequence of the nature of communica
tions from diplomaic representatives
abroad
Extensive strikes of cotton s
at Bolton Burnoy and Ashtonunder
Lyno are imminent in consequence of
masters refusing an increase of 10 per
cent of wages
A Bombay correspondent states that
an expedition is preparing at Candabar
for movements against Gheuzini and
Berat
Bullion withdrawn from the Bank of
England on balance today 50000
Madrid 14 lemboraot the minority
who are following the policy of absten
tion say if a stringent statute declaring
their scats vacant be sanctioned they I
will not have reelection Premier Can
ovas del Castillo is advised by most of
the conservatives to dissolve tho Cortes
if tho minority in the chambers persist
In their policy of abstention
Calcutta HIn consequence of first
gatherings of Kohistanls near Lundi
Kotal and Dukka those stations have
been reinforced with a view to immediate
offensive operations
T 4
TIlE ETES
On ray louts a Conundrum to
Schurz
Washington 13Ouray had a talk
with Schurz today during which he
expressed a desire to have the present
troubles healed RS toon as possible
When Schurz laid down as n condition
of peace the necessity on Ourays part of
the delivering up of the murderers of
Meeker the shrewd chief replied That
is a very funny thing to ask of me How
can I Fie them up Why do you hold
my tribe responsible for what those men
did Wq are Uncompaghnes they are
White River Utes and not under my
immediate control If a murder were
committed here in Washington would
your authorities make the whole popula
tion suffer for it
New York 14A Washington special
to the Evening fast says For obvious
reasons Secretary Scburz desires to con
duct the negotiations with Ourays band
of southern Ute chiefs with as little pub
licity as possiffie In general it may be
said that he has taken very firm and radi
cal ground Hs twofold position is
that the murderers of the people at the
agency must be discovered and surren
dered and that tho Utes must consent
for reasonable equivalent to leave
Colorado The Indians are disposed to
yield to these demands Schurz feels
sanguine that the negotiations will be
brought to a successful termination on the
basis stated
FROM MAINE
The Parties Still Confine
Themselves to Talk
Augmtn Me 1iOn the assembling
of the house tho first business was the
appointment of the following committee
on election Dickry of Fort Kent
Robinson of Thomaston Young of
Brunswick Heard of Biddeford Hill of
Exeter Swan of Minot and Benneir of
Waldoboro Tho committee immedi
ately retired to perform their duties It
is reported that Hale of Ellsworth and
Butler of Vassalboro are to be
unsealed and fusion members take their
places also that a fusion member from
Lewiston will be admitted Fusionists
say Smith is chosen governor today
they will have meeting of rejoicing to
night ring bells and burn tarboards
Senator Rogers of Poscott saya a crash
is coming between labor and capital and
if Smith is put in the gubernatorial chair
we shall see which will win Thepolicc
at the state house was strengthened this
forencon by an addition of fifty Should
Smith bo chosen it is alleged that Cham
berlain would not recognize him as gov
ernor
The election committee Moo 3 to 2
to unseat Hale
Bangor Me 14 Statements of facts
and questions were submitted today to
tho supreme court of Maine by the re
publican legislature for a decision
The Border Indians
San Francisco HA Tucson dis
patch General Carr reports from Fort
Bouie January 12th that General
Tievino with several hundred Mexican
troops is pushing Victorias band of
hostiles northward from Chihuahua On
the 2nd instant prospectors in Florida
Mountains were surprised by thirty
Indians One was killed two wounded
and their stock captured On tho 6th
instant fiftyfive Indians were near Mc
Ewans rancho going towards tho Black
range The major is in pursuit Today
tho governor of Chihuahua telegraphs
that about 100 Indians with families
have gone north after committing great
depredations
The Fire Record
Augusta Ga 13 Tho Augusta
factory warehouse burned tonight with
1500 barrels of cotton Loss 80000
insurance 60000
Philadelphia 14 J J Plucker
Cos furniture factory Canal and Port
land streets and the storehouse of Buck
leys spoke works adjoining burned
Pluckers loss 15000 insurance 20
000New York 14 The fur dressing
factory of Mason Kalizi Brooklyn
burned this moraine District Engineer
George A Frost William Baldwin
Gustav Font William Broadhurst John
Y Ralph and George Keyser firemen
were mere or less severely injured by a
foiling wall
Rind lownns
DesMoinci 14 In the houso ths
morning Clayton introduced a concur
rent resolution which was adopted by a
full vqto deprecating the present attempt
in Maine by Governor Garcelon and the
council to thwart the will of the people
condemning the bold attempt to subvert
the expressed wishes of the majority of
tho legal voters of the state of Maine AS
extremely dangerous to a republican
form of government and revolutionary in
character
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Germany In the Pacific
Berlin 13A German consul general
has b en appointed at Sydney at a salary
of 29000 marks A consul has also
been appointed at Samoa
The JSforth German Gazette announces
that adequate security sgainEt anarchy in
Samoa has been guaranteed by Germany
England and the United States jointly
recognizing and supporting King Ma
lictoa
A Flood
St Thomas 13News is just arrived
of terrible floods on the Island of St
Kilts by which 200 lives have been lost
property to the extent of 250000 de
stroyed and the whole island wasted
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WASHINGTON
The VomznKteca at Work
Bayards Legal lender
Resolution Gone Up
Washington 14 The House commit
tee on coinage weights and measures in i
full meeting this morning took action
upon several bills referred to them The
bill introduced by Representative
von c f Iowa was discussed at length and
in an amended form agreed upon and
the chairman was instructed to report it
to the Il usa and urge its passage It
was also agreed to report adversely on
the bill introduced by It presentativ
Jones fixing the denominations and
standard weight in grains of gold end
silver coin to be used by the govern
ment
Vice President V heeler m mbers of
the cabinet Speaker Randall and a large
number of congressmen have signed a
call for an Irish relief mass meeting
Washington 14 Tho Senate licanco
I < rA4ll fcvrll 4z LJiu lJllltllU UUUUV U
I committee his afternoon after difcus
sion of Bayards ics UiOJ n repeal the
legtl tender power of greenbacks took a
vote up n it which resulted in a decision
to report it adversely The votes In favor
of the pasage were cast by Bayard I
Kernan Wallace and Morrill those
against it were Beck Voorhees Ferry
and Allison Jones of Nevada was II
absent but known to be opposed
The Irish Distress
London HA Dublin correspondent
of the Time says The presence in Lon I
don of the Duke of Marlboro th Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland and Right Hon
James Lowe chief secretary of Ireland
will afford government a seasonable op
portunity for consulting with them on the
present condition of tho country and it is
to be hoped that the result of the consulta
tion will be tho adoption of such measures
as will effectually preserve peacewhlch is
now very seriously threatened The
danger at present is limited to the west
where there is coastant apprehension of a
sanguinary conflict
A Dublin correspondent says It is
now thought certain that government
intends to proceed with tno trials of
Dayitt Daly Killen and Brennan for
sedition
Rome 14 Tho Vatican organ
Aurora in long leading article advo
cate home rule for Ireland
A Dead Duke
Wiesbaden 14 Frederick Duke of
SchleswigHoIsteJn died hero today
suddenly aged 51 He was chief of the
younger branch of his family in conse
quence of the renunciation of his father
Ho was majorgeneral of the Bavarian
army and was married in 1856 to
Duches3 Adelaide daaghlcr of the late
Ernest Prince of Hohenlohe Sanger
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MUSEUM
OPPOSITE TUE TABERNACLE GATE
SALT LAKE CITY
JOSEPH L BARFOOT
n23 Curator
JOB lOTS
We ArB the Only Exclusive Job
bin Honse in Utah
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DOWN I DOWN ITO I
TO BED ROCK
Small Profits and Quick Sales
Have just arrived with tho lArgest assort
ment of
mestics >
Woolens
laukets
Shills
Drawers
Mens Clothing
Boys Clothing
Mats Caps
Boots and Shoes
Notions
Linen Goods
Cassiniercs
Furnishing Qoods
Hardware
Cutlery
Valises Axes
Jllammcrs
JllammcrsHatchets
Hatchets
Saws Etc
We Offer Big Inducements to the
Trade
I WOOLF
One Door South of Godbe Cos Stoic
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
npHE PROPBIEIORS TAKE PLEASURE
lr
TlIl annoancicsto the public that the
havo romodollod end refitted tho Hotel
Tho Dining Rooms are spaiious and tho hot
of Meals will bo served nisht ad day
Single Meals 50c
Hot Lunches as per card 25c
Room and Board 0150 to 62 per day
10 to t12 per week
Board 67 per week
Tho Bar has been removed to the north of
tho Hotel and four Billiard Tables added for
tho accommodation of encsls and is now
open A PODLECH CO
CLIFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
Board and Rooms from 150 per day
and from8 per week
S C EWINC
jy3 Pronrletcr
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrew 0 Brlicn ProprIetor
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UNDER TUB and NEW popular MANAGEMENT hotel has bee
renovated atd thoroughly repaired for the
reception of guest
Rates per day 150 to f2 per weeks
S to 10 according to rooms
Board per week 7
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OVERLAND HOUSE
MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
Board and Rooms 100 to 150 per da
Do Do 700 850 wee
Single Meals 25 cents
c23 W A PITT Propretor
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT
AND CHOP HOUSE
Heals served at all hours of the dsy
and night in firstclass Style
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEASON
Served up temptingly
OYSTESS IS EVERY STTLE
66 Mafc Street
JAS DUTWOQDBT Pror
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The subject of Electric Belts Terra Medicine and
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PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CD
513 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO CAL
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
DIPHTHERIA
WHERE THERE IS NO CANKER
thero w no Diphtheria Hall Canker
Remedy never fails Ask your neighbors
old by Z 0 M 1 Drug Dept wholesale
and retail bait Lake City ji7
A ANDERSON
tfttt FURRIER MANUFACTURER OF
i1lIo Kobes moves and Buckskin Clothe
t mi Furs Cleaned and Repaired
II i South End of Commercial Street
FOR SALE OR EXCHAHCE
FOR A BUILDING BITE IN SALT LAKE
Citr a Farm situated seven miles north
ot this city Apply to W Peterson Butcher
West of Kimball t Lawrence n23
REMOVAL
35 UMBRELLA AND PARASOL FAC
JjpKtory removed to three doors neat of
CDinwooJeys Kimball t Block All
dtl IJ
kind of Umbrellas made to order and
epairod with new covers ribs sprinjr ban
leeto n23
PCTERSOK THE BUTCHER
JJanhama Block First South bt
lTh j NEVER KEKCS ASYT1IING
I but Tender Juicy and fresh
Meats Give him your order
oiling him what you wan and you will set
he Sweetest and Daintios Steaks end Joints
o bs found in the Market nu23
FOR SALE
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f A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
1 New Gcods just imported A
sreat variety at exceedingly Low
a Prices at
j23 OARL O ASNtUSSENS
W L PRICE
DEALER IK POULTRY
Fish and Game Fruit Vegeta
bles and Groceries Fresh Fieb every dar
First South Street opposite Kimball Block
daltLako City Goods delivered punctually
In all parts of the city free Satisfaction
Guaranteed n2
J M HOLLAND
DR Oficc over Baits Grccsry Store
ji Main Bticct
WILLIAM BRECEKJSYER
INING CONSULTING AND CIVIL
MHUNG U B Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Ido Iotary Public Geoloia
laminations reports on mining pronortiej
sr flr dn fsr J
survey mine rallroalA and canals end
superintends the workings of the amo
rcparex estimateS and plans for opening
and working mines export on mining ques
tions beforo tho court A ddssj PO Boy
15iBalt Lafe city ri ill
75 I MAIN STREET I 75
gDIAMONDS 0
ZI WATCHES
0w I tt
ill Jewelry S
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A 1 Silverware lI
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H i CHRISTMAS AND H
Iii NEW YEARS >
PRESENTS
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H Honorable Treatment antecd Gun 0
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COODS WARRANTED
O l As Represented
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75 I MAI3ST STREET I 75
JOHW HAC1AN4
Merchant Tailor
Opposite
Walker Bros Bank
Us ma7es the Beet
and Cheapest Di eec
and Business Suits t1I
Salt Lake City
Give His a Call
IIAHIKO AltO RtPAUlHQ
NEATlY C3HE
Jut Received a largo Block of
Fall and Winter Clothing
GREAT REDUCTION
IK PRICE
c6 d
Sin ture II oa every bottle of the
TO TT
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
It imparts the mest delicious tails and zest
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SOUPS EXTRACT
of a LETTER
Modical
nJJ from a
1RP3 Gentleman at
CIAVIEB iJ Madras to hit
lrrom at Wor
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FISH
E Mc5 ° Tell LEA k
rrc PERRINS that
HOT COD thejrBauoo Is
sJthirhl7 teened
in mute and is
JOIHTS Isr = prlin my opinion
Pknn4 the met palat
ti sblc aa well aa
CAME ETC the most hole
come saute that
is made
Sold and used throughout tho world
TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS FIND
GREAT BENEFIT IN HAVING A
BOTTLE WITH THEM
Jo3N DUNCANS SONS
AGEnT FOB
LEA PERRINS
26 College Place and 1 Union Square
NEW YORK
LESLIES MONTHLIES when
bound make a neat littla volarrc
The FTpgATTt Bindery does work in
every style and at reasonable ratrg
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Secona Stock of the Season ill if l
In consequence of the great demand for our line of Good we have been
obliged to order and
Ire low Receiving our Second importation
OF THE SEASON
Our Stock thus reinforced 13 the
LARG ESI AND MOST COMPLETE WEST OF I
THE HOCKY MOUNTAINS
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An inspection will show
AN ENTIRE NEW LINE OF
MENS OVERCOATS r AND ULSTERS
In Fino and Medium Qualities
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WS YOUTHS J BOYS m CHILDRENS SUITS
In all Sizes Styles Colors and Prices
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Cotton and Merino Hosiery
White and Fancy Shirts
Lined Gloves and Mittens
Wool Cassimere Overshirts
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White and Colored Kid Gloves
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs
Fancy Cashmere and Wool Mufflers kimi
Boots and Arctic Overshoes j mi = =
Blankets Quilts Etc I Etc
0 k
3fotwit5i < an < IIiig the Great Rise in Merchandise
ire have determined to keep clown to our
Old Prices and our Patrons may rely osj
getting the Best ol Goods at a reason 4
able Cost l
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TO THE TRADE
We ofler special inducements Making as we do a specialty of the
above goodt we can give better bargains than can be bad elsewhere
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Orders from the Country Solicited and will °
Receive Our Best Attention
GOLDSMITH COo fr
145 MAIN STREET
Old Number 88
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Our Stock Is Now Complete and ono of the Finest ever imported in the 1 i I
G P1 0 O E R Y L I L1 E I
Wo have the Grandest Show the Richest and Best Fruits that can be ob 4
tainedAll Cleaned Examine tho Windows for Samples 4
IM G U WB DAViS j Iii
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SEARS LIDDLEJ 1
Wholesale and Retail dealers in
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CRAIN fLOUR9 FEED
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Grass Garden and Field Seeds 1 f
East Temple street j 4
THREE DOOR SOUTH OF Z C M I SALT LAKE CITY
AND PARK CITY I I 1
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DAILY ARRIVALS
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CHOICE FAIL AND WIHHR coons
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PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST J
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s Demorests Fall and Winter Patterns Have Arrived 11
K B MABQETTS Prest P PUOSLET Sec Treas 4
SALflrKrfOUNDRY iun MiruiuiUUi r
Works One and a half Elects south of U C B R Depot f j
Manufacture Euglnes Sellers Mill Work Mining I f
and Hoisting Machinery Furnace
Work Etc Etc Etc
CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS MADE TO ORDER ft
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Cash paid or Old Iron and Brass
T PIEBPOST Superintendent t fi
03 q
1130 < > 10
P O BOX
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JOHN TAYLOR SCOT
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MElPcEIANT T1ILoE1s
COMMERCIAL STREET NEAL FIRST BODTir
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ALL E AFD W l3 0 1 TER GOODS I it
Full Stock of English French Scotcli and r i
American Saltings Coatings r
Trowscrings c I
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