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TIlE SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD 1 J J
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VOL X SALT LAKE CITY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 24 1880 NO 196 I
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1880 1880
i FRUIT
FOR PLUM PUDDING AND MINCE PIES
GLEANED AND READY FOR USE
At TEASDELS
RAISINS CURRANTS CITRON AND LEMON
2 1 PEED flAUDIES NUTS Etc
i PRICES AS USUAL ARE THE VERY LOWEST
DRY GOODS
FULL SUPPLY OF SHAWLS HOODS SCARFS
BOOTS AND SHOES
EVERY VARIETY STYLE and CLASS BOUGHT
BEFORE THE RECENT ADVANCE AND WILL
BE SOLD AT SATISFACTORY PRICES
CLOTHING
MENS AND BOYS A FULL STOCK ALSO
HATS CAPS BLANKETS
j A VISIT TO THIS IMMENSE STOCK WILL
AMPLY REPAY PURCHASERS
t STOVES
ANOTHER CAR LOAD ARRIVED OF COOK
ING AND HEATING STOVES
At TEASDELS
Clearance Sale m f
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Le Ae GOLDBERGS
CLEARANOE SALE
Commences THIS DAY and will continue until
Our Entire Stock of Winter CloJning I
IS DISPOSED OF
SPECIAL BARGAINS
ULSTERS
OVERCOATS
FINE DRESS SUITS
FINE BUSINESS SUITS
FINE HEAVY CASS SUITS
FINE CASSIMERE PANTS
We will sell
AT REDUCED PRICES
The above goods in order
TO MARE BOOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK I
La A GOLDBERG
MANUFAOTORY
458 Broome Street NEW YORK 813
STOVESo STOVESs
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CEOe Ma SCOTT COB
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flat II hut received a fall lice of tie celebrated
STEWART HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES in
Offices Stores and Halls great variety and of all sizes tho
best cooking outfit in the mar
very
Tha HARVARD FRANKLIN the kllY3t
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Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
made CANNON BOX and other HEATER
COOK STOVES Reporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Room
Grown and Stewart o a complete assortment
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
ELavine a wellappointed Shop we are preparrd
to do all kinds of
TIN mid SHEET IRON WORK with promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
GEO SL SCOT CO
06 68 Main Street Bait Lake City
I88O
THE PEOPLES PAPER
THE
HERALD
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 past aa manifested by its large
and steadily growing subscription
list its increasing advertising patron
age and the expressions of goodwill
towards the journal which greet as
from all quarters convinces the pub
shers 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 bo the peoples
paper Independent in a political
sense it will always be found
on the side of the people outspoken
on questions afiectingihe rights the
masses 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 and employing language calcu i
lated to enlighten tbe reason of men
rather than influence their passions
and working for peace and tho de
velopment of the resources of tho 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
ployment of a larger number of 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 HERALT will continue to make
its appearance twice a week during
the year and tbe same degree of
progress and improvement that marks
the Daily will be seen 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 news 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 this has been success
fully carried out The SEMIWEEKLY
has certainly met with unexpectedly
high favor at the hands of the people
It is proposed to make it even more
popular than in the past by reducing
the price to 350 per nnum mak
ing it the cheapest semiweekly 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
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SALT LAKE
WEEKLY HERAlDa
About the Jst 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 tue past two
or three years The aim of
the publishers will be to furnish a
paper for thpao 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
have 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 abroad a paper that shall
faithfully and honestly represent this
great and growing territory with its
many and important industries and
itj 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
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 the family
Besides the leading characteristics of
the Daily the Weekly will contain
matter specially for the agriculturist
the gardener she stockraiser the
mechanic the kitchen and the house
hold generally and an important
feature of its columns vrill be the
wellchosen entertaining and moral
literature also reports of the Taber
nacle discourses Nothing will be ad
mitted to its columns that has not
first been carefully prepared and re
vised The price will be only 2 a
low
year a figqcsfjupprecedentedly
for a far west newspaper Ve 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
f Postage Paid
Salt Late Daily Herald
One Year 1050
525
Six Months >
Three Months 265
Salt Lake SemiWeckly Herald
One Year S3 50
Sis Months 175
Salt Lake Weekly Herald
One Year 200
SirMoathp 125
fSTSend Honey in Registered Jailer
or Postqffice Order
Address
THE HERALD
Salt Lake City Utah
THE REVENUE LAW
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What Assesors and Collector
Think of It
SALT LAKE CITY Jan 23 SO
Editors Herald
At an early part of December last
I for my own information and the
information of others wrote tj the
county clerks of all the COUl tes of
tte territory and to the city recorder
of all the cites of the territory a letter
of which the following ia i a copy
SALT LAKE CITY18
To Clerk County Court
County
aSII am desirous of obtaining for
my benefit and for the benefit of our
people a certain class of mforaation
which the assessment rolls of the re
spective counties and city will show ADd
which the books of the Auditor of Public
Accounts do not furnish I wish to learn
the astessed vslue in each city and county
of the real estae of the personal prop
erty of the money loaned on hand and
deposited and of the taxable bonds or
credits for the years 1878 and 1879 stated
separately
I havo therefore prepared a blank
which I enclose with a respectful quest
that you will fill up from your assessment
rolls in each of these years and return to
me befjre tho Legislature meets
Yours truly
EIiUUBAIEL J3N01V
P SIf you or tho county court of
your county have discovered anything
in our tax Jaw which in its workings is
unjnst or inconvenient plcare state that
JISO Z S
ABSTRACT OF TUB ASSESSMENT ROLL
cfUtah for the year
1878
Real estate assessed value of
Personal property assessed value of
Money loaned etc assessed value of
Taxable bonds etc assessed value of
1879
Real estate assessed value of
Personal property assessed value of
Money loaned etc assessed value of
Taxable bonds etc assessed value of
They have not as I had reason to
suppose they would all answered the
letter l but some have I now lay be
fore you for publication two of these
answers which have reached me by
letter At some future time other
moat likely will bo submitted
Yours Truly
Z SNOW
CEDAR CITY IRON Co UTAH
Jan loih 1880
To the Eon Z Snow
Dear SirYour communication of
Dccember4tb received and presented
to the City Council of Cedar City
who referred the matter to tho com
mittee of judiciary Enclosed you
will find their report expressing the
feelings of the council with regard to
the working of the tax law also form
with blanks filled out Irusting all
may be satisfactory in helping you to
accomplish that you desire I remain
Yours respectfully
ROBERT W HEYBORNE
Recorder
CEDAR CITY Dec 29 1880
To the Hon Mayor and Coucilof Cedar
City
Gentlemen Your committee to
whom was referred the communica
tion of iiODZ Snow reapectmily re
putt that the general feelinga of the
citizens this city is that the territory
and county taxes on real estate and
personal property are assessed too
high which is a great hindrance to
internal improvements We aha ex
perience great inconvenience in ob
taining the school tax from the county
superintendent of schools under the
present law The present law also
makes it very inconvenient to the
citizens of title place aa it provides I
for the settlement of territorial
county and school taxes at the county
seat which is a distance of eighteen
or twenty miles from this city
Respectfully
N W FBYOB
E 0 Cox
GEO PERRY
Committee
MARTI Jan 15th 1S80
Z Snow ESQ Salt Like City
SirYours of December 3d 1879
was handed to me yesterday by W T
Reid who I presume has bad the
letter in his possession since its ar
riyal here I have run over the as
sessment roll of Manti City and
placed on the enclosed blank the
value of the various kinds of property
requested as assessed and valued by
our city assessor for the years 1878
and 1879
A E MERRIAM
Recorder of Manti City
In regard to the revenue laws of
this territory I wish to say a few
words I have been the assessor and
collector of Fanpete County for tho
thirteen years last past and conse
quently have had considerable of an
experience in the business and have
had to meet the various ideas and
arguments of a great many taxpayers
in regard to what the law saya and
wht the law means I know ot
nothing unjust in said law or partic
ularly inconvenient in it The mat
ter I wish to draw your attention to is
the true meaning of the law in re
gard to the time in each year when
the assessors are to commence the
assessment A great many say that
he the assessor cannot do any asses
sing before toe 1st day of April in each
year and I have received letters from
some parties telling me that if I made
an assessment of their property before
said day they would not pay the taxes
EO assessed Now taking the reve
nue act as a whole or by one par I
ticular section I do net so under
stand it I claim and so do many
others that said 1st day of April was
fixed 13 a valuation day or in other
words property was to be listed at ite
cash valuation on said day as thereby
a more equal valuation of property
would be made throughout each
county and also the territory For
instance I might assess a por
tion of this county in the
month of January and set the
average value of cows at 9 per
head and plenty of cows can now be
bought for that price when probably
tho same stock would on the 1st day
of April be worth on an average
14 per head and at which price I 1
would have to assess the balance of
the cows in the county provided I
assessed at the cash value as the law
directs which would be unfair and
unjust to the parlies last assessed as
their cows would each be valued 5
higher than those assessed now but
if all were listed at their cash value
on said lot day of April there could
be scarcely any chance for com
plaints In regard to my claim see
laws of 1878 section 3 revenue law
page 12 also note in margin The
previous revenue law said the assessor I
could make tho assessment between
the 1st day of January and the firs
Monday in June in each year and I
i an find netting in the late law lo
conflict therewith unless the valuing
of property aa owned and assessed 01
the let day of April can be so con
strued
I also call your uttenlToi to the
to tLe rtvsnue act of 1878 pJgo 11
ctionl IP which it is directed tob
assessed and collected annually be
ginning with the year 1878 etc
Now all will admit that January let
ia i tLe fir t of the year instead of
April 1st and if the asse sora in 1878
could begin their assessment with the
beginning of the year so they can in
1879 or ULtl tad section ia repealed
I argue that taking the whole act
of 1878 the ridtasord can asset
property before April let provded
eld property is valued in tbe assess
mcrt roll Bt its cash value on April
1st I also argue that if section 3 can
be construed to mean that the asses
eons have no right to Recess property
Before the 1st day of April it can he
just as easily constru ti to mari that
no assefsment can be made after said
day and ia just as explicit one way ai
the other as the short clause in midsection
section uses the word e oa and it is
on the strength of that little word on
hat some parties refuse to pay taxes
if assessed be for 6 said day but they
might with the same propriety and
on as good grounds say that they will
not pay taxes that are assessed after
said day
If the Legislature at iU present see
sion would take this matter under ad
visement and insert in section 1 of
the Revenue Act an amendment
fixing a cerain day on which the i
nnual assessment is to commence
it would be a great boon to the asses
ors and save a great amount of
argument and probably a few Jaw
suite as there are some persons who
say they will stand a suit before they
will pay taxes assessed on their pro
pelty before April 1st
There is i lnother item in connection
with this April lot argument of
which I will say a few words If no
assessment can be mado before tad
day then the act of 1878 in relation
to Tianstary Herds page 49
Acts of 1878 conflicts therewith and
may aa well be repealed Now if I
an read aid act correctly and of
course I think I can the lax s on
such herds must be raid in the
county where such herds are wintered
and one half of the county taxes t BO
collect d after deducting the asses
sore percentage must be sent to the
county where such herd is summered
I will mention a case in this county
For the past two years 1878 and
1879 a large sheep herd is driven
into this county some time during
the month November of each year
and wintered on a stream called Price
river on Froiseths map of Utah be
low the south fork of siid stream
About the first of April or the last
days of March said sheep are moved
up on to some small branches of said
rier running in from the north and
also some of them are driven up towards
wards the head of said Price river
Soon after their removal as stated
the assessor ofWaeatcb county assesses
them I had also assessed them
about the last of March in this
county believing I had tho right
60 to do as per transitory herd
act mentioned The owner of said
sheep pays the taxes on them to
raiatch County claiming that his
sheep were in raid county nn the lEt
day of April and Wasatch County
also claims all of Enid taxes on the
me grounds As I look at matters
one act must be repeaed or the
other made explicit enough to do
wny with any misunderstanding by
assessors in taxpayers
It would make but little diflerence
which way this matter would be ar
ranged as regards the revenue of
this county but probably the meat
satisfactory arrangement would be
the amendment heretofore men
tinned
If you would be so kind as to pre
sent this matter to the present Legk
ature or band this communication
to Representative Canute Petersen of
anpeto County you would much
oblige
Yours Respectfully
A E MERRIAM
UTAH
ONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
SALT LAKE CITY
F3rBLISI1ED 1878
DR ELLEN B EERGUSOH
DIRECTOR
The Second Year of this Conservatory
opened Wednesday Nov 191S79
In tho Instrumental Department of this
nstitntion superior advantages are offorod
to pupils wio desiri to become thorough
Musician br tho doveopment or a brilliant
technique as well as a refined erpicssivo
ad intellisent interpretation of Classical
Music
For Vocal Culture no School in tho Terri
ton affords bettor advantages Voiso build
ng for the dovolopmont ot yonne or weak
oicos has boon pursued with gratifying sue
c 33 while special attention is given to advanced
anced studios in English Gorman and ital
Ian hinging
A Normlll Course for tho benefit Teachers
through tho Winter
For terms apply to Dr EB Ferguson
Director at the Conservatory over Calder
Music Store n30
Du DUE
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ic cue o oa a JQ a Q o
IIAITOTACTUKEB OF
Iron Gates and Fencing Iron Doors and
Shutters for Fireproof Building Iron
Fencing for Cemetery Lots Combina
tion Fences of Iron and Wood Iron
Stairs and Iron work in general
FACTORY
Cna Block West of White muss and one
Block South Townscnd House
SALT LAKE CITY
PO Box 471 n2
HAYNES a SON
Manufacturers of
Steam Boilers
WATER JACKETS
TANKS COOLERS PANS
And Every Description of Iron Work
REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY
All work guaranteed and best of ref
erences given both as to qunlity of work
and prices
South Temple Street between Firtt and
Second West Streets
Address P 0 Box 535 02
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513 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO CAL
SPECIALAD VERTISEM ENTS
DIPHTHERIA
I WHERE THERE IS NO CANKER
V there is no Diphtheria Halls Canker
Remedy Dover fails Ask your neighbors
old by Z 0 At L Drug Dept wholesale
and retail Salt Lake City ja7
A ANDERSON
jffMMFURRIER MANUFACTURER OF
mIFURRIER and Buckskin Clothes
t lY Furs Cleaned end Repaired
II South End of Commercial Street
I TERSOH THE BUTCHER
Hanhiraa Block First South fcl f
NEVER KEKP8 ANYTHING
but Tender Juicy and Fresh
Meats Qire him year order
etitrig I turn what you want and yon will get
ha sxrejtost dt Dainties Steaks and Joints
o ba fo 131 in tho Market au23
7 FOR SALE
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
1 I Now Goods jmt imported A
great variety at exceedingly Low
Prices at
j23 CARL O AQMUSSENS
L J M HOLLAND
DR
OQce over Davis Grocery Store
H Main Street
WILLIAM BREDEMEYER
TYTININQ CONSULTING AND CIVIL
iiJL Engineer U S Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Idaho Notary Public Geologiaa
examinations reports on mininz properties
rorreys mines railroads and firt anti
superintends the workings of the ama
Prepare estimates and plans for opening
and working mines expert on mining qUI
tions before the courts Addicts PO Box
U57 Salt Lake city Us ill
H ARNOLD
Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail
Dealar in All Kinds of
PLAIN and FANCY GAUDIES
AriD CRACKERS
Fresh Bread Daily
For your Holiday Sweets you should
pay a visit to
H ARNOLD
d21 GLOBE BAKERY
FARMERS AN11 U G RUEr ERS
Will do well to sec the New Stock
of Grass and Garden
SEEDS
r mt
Just Arrived at
TCAristaEs GrainandMStore
31 First South St Box 310
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
r HE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE
lH g flIN rY
1 L in announcing to the public that they
have remodelled and tentted the Hotel
The Dining Rooms aro spacious and tho best
of Meals will be served night and day
ingle Heals 50c
Hot Lunches as per card 25o
Room and Board 150 to 92 per day
IO to 112 per week
card 7 per week
The Bar has been removed to the north ef
the Betel and four Billiard Tables added for
the accoamodaton of guests and is now
open A PODLECH CO
CLIFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY I
Board and Rooms from 150 per day
and from 8 per week
s C EW1KC
13P Proprietor
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrew c Brlxcn Proprietor
a
T7NDKR THE NEW MANAGEMENT
enmIEanf A
U this ccmrj and popular hoto has been
renovated and thoroughly repaired for tho
reception olgucits
Rates per day 150 to f2 per week
8 to S10 according to rooms
Board per week 7
n2
OVERLAND HOUSE
MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
Board and Rooms 100 to 150 per do
Do Do 700 I 850 Ie week
Single Meals 25 cents
n2S 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 temptingly
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE
66 Main Street
JAS DINWOODEY Pror
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BENEDICT HALL 0
Manufacturers aad Wholesale Dealore In
Boots ad Shoes
ISA 136 Grand et Hrw Tons
Career CrosbY cn bleak east dBrud
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1a c 1 it Lb AlJktouttrtnTeetd to
S 25 lJo UUUj01t tort =
wwbaadpay imemee peoCt by us nw CopltltuU
CrtwafopatIagIahtmt rellezptaatkmearpilca
tien to lDllla A CvBaDtUa SLi Y
SAVE YOUR BOOKS by getting
them bound Try the HKRATD
Bindory inS
ut
Sacona Stook of the Season Ij i
In consequence of the great demand or oar line of Goods we have been
obliged to order and
Are flow Receiving our Second Importation 1 i I
OIF1 THUS SEASON j tti
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On Stock thus reinforced ia Ibo
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE WESTOIE t
THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
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An inspection will show
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AN ENTIRE NEW LINE OF r1 1
MENS OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS
In Fine and Medium Qualities X
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MENS YOUTHS BOYS AND IILMENS SUITS °
In all Sizes Styles Colors and Prices
11
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Cotton and Merino Hosiery
White and Fancy Shirts
Lined Gloves and Mittens I
Wool Cassimere Overshirts j J
White and Colored Kid Gloves
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs n
Fancy Cashmere and Wool Mufflers
Boots and Arctic Overshoes f I i
Blankets Quilts Etc Etc
jf
o
Notwithstanding the Great Rise in Merchandise iJf
ire have determined to keep down to our ffl
Old Prices and our Patrons may rely on j ft
getting the Best of Goods at a reason P
able Cost iTO i
t
TO TiH TRADE I
We otter special inducements Alaking as we do a specially of the ff
above goods we can give better bargains than can be had elsewhere i
Orders from the Country Solicited and will I
Receive Our Best Attention
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GOLDSMITH CO
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Old Number 88 145 MAIN STREET 1 i i
SEARS LIIDIDIDIE 1
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Wholesale and Retail dealers in j
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CRAIN FLOUR FEED 1 r
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Grass Garden and Field Seeds t
East Temple street 4 1
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF Z C M I SALT LAKE CITY
AND PARK CITY 1
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DAILY ARRIVALS f
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CHOICE fAll ANB WINTER coons IDA I
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PRIOES LOW AS THE LOWEST
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sDemorests Fall and Winter Patterns Have Arrived er
E B MABOETTS Prest P Puasur Sec Trees
SALT LAKE FOIINORY ANoPM fHINfrr
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Works One and a hall BI6Cl South of TJ O B R Depot
Manufacture Engines Boilers Mill Work Mining t
and Hoisting Machinery Fornaoo C
Work Etc Etc Etc
CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS MADE TO ORDER
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Cash paid for Old Iron and Brass
T PIEBPOJJT Superintendent
P O BOX 1130 ° L
JOHN TAYLOR SON
ECEAJSrT TAILORS
COMMERCIAL STREET NEAC FIKST SOCTH
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ALL AND WINTER GOODS 6
Full Stock of English French Scotch and
American Suitings Coatings
Trowserings c
WOOL wOOL
Ti
Parties having Wool to dispose of would do well to call on me as lam J
prepared to pay the F
HICHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL i I
In large or small quantities Sacks and twine to lie fleeces furnished it
Flratclnss Sheep Shears kept in stock
H B CLAWSON > > r
Warcboaae corner South and EaatTemple Streets m5
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