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TIlE SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD II I
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SALT LAKE CITY TUESDAY MOBBING APRIL 6 18SO NO 258
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NEW O OO JD
AT
OLD PRICESo
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L Goldberg
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and Complete Slack of
j Has now on hand a Large
SPRING and 9
t SUMMER
f CLOTHING
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All iUaiiufnctiircd Before the Late
Advance in Goods
THE LATEST STYLES OF
Gents Furnishing Gooos
HAT
BOOTS and
t
BOSlER Y
WHICH OFFERAT
OLD PRICES
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To Clothing Dealers
Having manufactured my stock before thebte a inca ingood e I am
in a position to supply the tada with NEW GOODS AT OLD PRICES
Merchants placing their orders for Spring and Summer Clothing with me
now can save from 25 to 30 par cent All orders seat wil receive prompt
and honorable attention
Lo GOLDBERG
Successor to
m2 L A GOLDBERG
STOVES STOVE e
c
falf M KlTi 0 1i
fiEf WI Ie PtnT9 g lriYllp
lla 0 lotS received a bUlb of tuo celebrated
SIE ART HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES in
Offices Stores and Halls great variety and of all sizes ths
very but cooking outfit in the mar
The HARVARD FRANKLIN tho Jxt
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
made CANNON BOX and other HEATEB8 I
03OK STOVES Reporter Golden IC for Stores Offices Bar Booms I
Grown and Stawart c cn complete assortment
FURNACE WORK A SPECSALTY
flivine a 7ellappolnted Shop we are prepared
to do all lands 01
TIN and SHEET IRON WORK with promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
GEOc Me SCOTT C0a
qi oS5 93 Main Street Salt Lake City
P PuosLET Sec Treap
R B ilABQETis Prcst
T PIERPOXT Superintendent
SALT LAKE fOUNDRY AND MACHIN GO
WorksOne and a half BlocJs Senile of U C S S Depot
wenappointed Foundry Machice and Boiler Shops we arc now prepared
Having furnish a Steam Engines BOIlers Stamp Mills 1hDmg Muting and Hoisting
to SDeltin Furnaces Water Jacht Slag r 1s etc Saw and
Machinery Grist Mill Shafting and PnlllY < al kinds of doiler Tanks and
Plate York made to order Boilers and Steam Gauges tested
Copper Work for Breweries Distilleries etcJ etc
One 20horsepower Stationary Engine
FOR SALE One 15 do do do
One 20 do flouting Engine WU Bu
r r One 17nch Turbine Wheel
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Two Steam Pumps for Boiler Feed in
a
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p O BOX H39
C F CULMER
Has the Largest Siok of
wiirn aw C 8S
In the Territory llai > ufscturci all sizes and shapes of
show CASES
An mmense saving by buying them ot
C F B CULMER TEA POT STOREg
20 22 First Sonth Street
MORE ON THE CANAL
4 I
By Judge Sncw
SALT LAKE CITY April 5 1880
Editor Herald
In my letter of Lbs 1st in6tJ pub
lished in the HERALD of the 2dJ I
said I intended to go to the polls and
vote yes but hia is not because I
think the water Question is or baa
I been exhausted In my judgment it i
ia not I added a postscript After
the election I intend to spend a por
tion of my time in trying to solve the
insolvable puzzle
This water que3tion truly doea con I
tain some puzzles to the uninformed
myself among the number True
L can sep eo crn others see I r
a n u al reservoir of water
in Utah L3Ke euppuea or
filled by no less than nine streams of
water flowing from the mountains
into that lake with only one outlat
flowing direct to 8 > lt LO Oount
Tblsia no puzzle Ve can sea it
We have all the light on this pait of
the subject which la needed We I
cnn EGO that tbis is a 1 natural law
and may be dependei upon hut how
to store more water there and draw
oQ tho water in time of need is i
where am puzzled The uninformed
tell me build a dam with Rates
That dont puzzle me yet it does not
relieve me from my puzzles I want
to know as well as engineers sur
veyors etc can tell me how it
eflects the inhabitants of Utah County
whether they will be injured or not
I by the dam if it be built if injured
I how much This ts me is of pri
mary importance It is the axis
around which the hub the spokes
and the felloes revolve Again
suppose all ia right at this axis all
goes well there The water will store
and flow Then at what point bebw
must the water be taken cut to come
fast and be separated from the mass
flowing further down the river Here
again is work for the engineers It
puzzles me We want perhaps I
should say I want that water if it
comes here to go as far east and as
far north as it can consistently with
safe engineering be made to go
Here comes again my other puzzle I
r sea the City Council have Ead drops
were to be made I do not know
the point of elevation where the
water is to be taken from the Jordan
consequently I do not know how
much fall if any is ost but for tho
drop3 Now concerning water it is
said continued drops will wear a
stone Dr Franklin used to fay little
leaks sink great ships My tuitional
powers if I bave any might approve
of them but my intuitional powers
absolutely rebels against them
Again I do not like two canals
side by side They may be
best but they look to me
like disunion instead of union
The selectmen of the county by an
act passed last session were made
ex officio water commissioners and
were authorized to see to tho distri
bution ol water Can it be material
where the task is placed The same
power that put them into office and
defined their powers put the Cily
Council into office and defined their
power Union is strength Union is
wanted
Now Mr Editor I am going to
build an air castle I hara built
many They look well on paper To
do this I am going to Utah Lake for
my starting point The City Council
eay that Utah Lake covers a surJase
of above 137 square mile > and the
amount of land that can be irrigated
from the River Jordan on both sides
will not exceed eighty square miles
stating further that the water in
Utah L3ke il it can be made avail
able will irrigate all the arable land
in Silt Lake County Now I do not
know whether this statement is made
from data or like myself from intu
itional powers My intuitional powers
tend to the same reault If this be
correct then Utah Lake holds in
store millions of dollars millions of
pounds of bread No wonder I have
water on the brain
But to the air castle Eighty Equate
miles contains 51200 acres of land
which at 10 per aero is 512000
coin dollars Mr Editor which with
labor and skill combined can bo made
worth at least 15 per acre more
This will make the value of the real
estate 1275000 Add to this about
one half to represent the personal l
property of the owners of the real
estate and it makes 1912000 again
you divide 51200 acres of land into
larms forty acres each and it makes
1280 farms furnishing employment
for many a poor man
I respectfully submit Mr Editor
that though this air castle is only on
paper it is not an overdrawn picture
A goodly little item to be drawn out
of the water Pharaohs daughter
drew a little babe out of the water
and to make his name significant
named him MosbaMosee which
RimifipH to draw out of Ilia water
This babe has given science law and
religion to more men than you and I
ever saw
But suppose the water in the lake
could be stored and uaed when needed
and suppose further the engineering
department is sufficient for tua emer
gency and the caual is built ai rfghr
Tne waer so adjusted that Salt Lake
City gets her fair supply how much
of that water does she now need or
will eho need if f we were 50000 in
numbei D nt forget Mr Editor
dont forget If WE bring it east say
as far us the blufi and north a 3 fir as
South Tempi ttrfctt and we irrigate
with it all south 3td rett cf these
points how much land U there with
in these limits escludinq bioats
Juet think I will call it for this
purpoie two and a halt square miles
equal to a little more than 1600
acre something more trm one
thirtieth part of the linoAhis will
contain only about onefi irtietn
part of the water one drop in thirty
drops that is ell
To complete my air taitle I must
suggest nothing moro than suggest
that if the inlet into the city nt the
northeast corner be only three feet
and the water iuai only at
square foot eecjcd let the
the rate of one per
engineers ttll us the safe velocity it
will pour into this city in 100 darPJran
ning night and day over 7000000 I
will
01 cubic feet of water This
foot of 1600 acres
cover each square
one foot deep if there wai no evapor
ction nor percolation and leave more
than OIXOCO of solid feet of water
If I am wrong in my computation
let be Wiseman family correct me
I know and you Mr Editor unless
know
you are wilfully ignorant may
that in some years past the water in
an early palt of the year had flowed
down from the mountains liKe moun
tain torrents and in seeking its level
has nearly inundated the lower part
of the city and other low lands wbile
tho inhabitants of the Eighteenth
Twentieth and Twentyfirst Wards
hava been looking down upon us
seeing us in a owning condition
but they were cot 10 foaiie they did
not make the water
It ia i within the knowledge of the
writer that thousands upon thousands
of dollars have been spent by lha in
habitant having low Mnda and low
lots and by others fr their reli f
Canal after canal has been dill to
carry away the surplus water These i
canals will still aid Should the writer
hereafter further trjNJo solve the in
solvable water puzzle1 be does not
want it uudeistood that be Toted yes
because he Itosght the matter had I
been ccmpletely exhausted and in
all respect fully venthied Ho did
not believe that Yet he does believe
in the efficiency of the power behind
ho throne When that power com
mands it is 1 k ly to be obeyed I do
not know which aide will prevail yea
or no Yours truly
trulyZ
Z SNOW
TSLEGBAPHIC
UUT SU ELECfflOKS
TIle EfFect They are If jivirij in
the EastThe Ministry to
Resign Immediately
London 4The Observer this morn
ing says Wo understand there will be no
decision whether government shall resign
at once or await an adverse vote of Par
liament until the exact number of liberal
majority is ascertained After the result
of tho palling of Friday became known
n special messenger was sent to Baden
Baden win dispatches for the Queen
We have reason to believe that Gladstone
disapproves of tho arrangement sted
in various quarters that he accept subor
dinate office in the new administration
He still adheres to his intention of not
resuming office but will cordially sup
port the recognized liberal leaders Earl
Granville and Marquis Hartington
inero Sins been no consultation between
liberal leaders on the subject of ministry
Dr Kenealy who was defeated at
StokeuponTrent on Friday was at tbe
bottom of the pol
The following candidates were elected
yesterday ilicheal Arthur Bass liberal
for Staffordshire reelected Henry Hig
gins liberal for East Staffordshire suc
ceeding S C Allsopp conservative a I
liberal gain Donald Ourrie liberal for
Pcrthshire a liberal gain In 1SG8
Drummond Mourny conservative was
elected for Perthshire by 2439 votes
Grenvillo receiving 2255
The Times in its loading article this
morning says Wo do not hesitate to pre
dict that when the liberal government
come into power its oicy respecting
external relations of the empire will bo
precisely coincident with the councils we I
urged upon the Beaconsfield ministry
The Times has advised the satisfaction
of the claims of Greece guarantees for
the better government of Christians in
Armenia and other part of Asiatic Tur
key and the withdrawal from Vifghanis
tan as soon as a strong frontier 13 secured
and peaco restored in Cabul
The liberal net gain is now fiftysix
scats
An election meeting was held yesterday
near Ossory in County Carlow to sup
port the candidature of Gray lord major
Dublin who in a speech stated that
parcels of dynamite were found under
the platform on which he then stood to
blow up those wishing to vindicate tho
rights of poor men
London 5Tho opposition has a
cear working majority in Parliament
Even homerulers are lert out of the
count
The Queen is xpectcd between the
IClh and 22d of the present month
The colonial secretary left on Satur
day for Baden Baden to net as minister
in attendance oa the Queen < It is in
ferred that ho will communicate the
cabinets decision to resign immediately
The Times referring to the situation
in Afghanistan says In India as here
something like an interregnum must pre
vail until tho impending changes have
been made Lord Lytton viceroy has
been so identified with the present gov
ernment and lies so fully committed
himself to its plan that his prolonged
tenure of office is as little possible as it is
desirable The only doubt ia whether he
will wait to be recalled or will anticipate
by his own act the result ho can soarccly <
hope to avoid The name of Lord
Uorthbrook formerly governor general
of India suggests itself as Lord Lyttons
successor but Lord Northbroik does not
wish to return to his old post There ia
less room for doubt regarding instruc
tions the new viceroy will take with
him Place will be made with the leist
possible disturbance of our normal rela
ions with Afghanistan If our lines
must at any point be advanced if as is
likely there must be some annexation of
territory what is done will be done with
the solo view to the safety of India We
shnll hear no more of the projected ces
sion of Herat to Persia and ofthg en
tacgling alliance which must have at
tended it
Herbert Gladstone liberal was defeated
in Middlesex Lords Hamilton and
Cooper conservatives received large
majorities in Middlesex an increase over
last election Up to date the liberals I
have polled 1157000 votes conservatives
817000 a gain 304000 for liberals and
99000 for conservatives
Gladstone is elected for Midlothian by
200 majority
Bombay 4In consequence of the
result of British elections the departure
of the viceroy from Calcutta for Simla
hasbpon postponed
Constantinople 4Thero is great ex
citement and delight here at tho result of
the elections in Great Britain especially
among Greeks
Thin Criminal Calendar I l i
New York 3Henry Galelle and
Gustave Edward DoArevoy were nr
rested while offering in Wall street at
half value bonds of the nresum Scbwer
dritz Preiburg Railroad company rue
bonds are supposed to be of the number
stolen from a German banker in a rail
way car near London
Mendocino city 4At narrow ridge
this county today Xeils Hammaland
tilled his wife Johanna and her para
mour Frank Allsen as they were sleeping
together braining both with an axe
lammalands little son sleeping in the
same bed cave the alarm and the mur
derer was secured Hammaland states
that the intimacy had continued for the
past yetr and he felt obliged to commit
the deed It is known that ho had beer
fully aware of the nature of the intimacy
and had apparently acquiesced in it even
to the extent of frequently sharing the
same room with the guilty pair
New York 4 Thomas Barker a
wealthy retired upholsterer 124 east
105th street was found dead nt daybreak
his morning in front of 1723 third
avenue Richard OConnell of the latter
place was arrested on the charge of
murdering him It was ascertained that
Baker WM playing cards in a saloon late
on Saturday night when he missed his
pat dog which he had previously accused
3Coanell of trying to steal It is believed
ieved that Barker went to OConnells
house to get bis dcg and was murdered
there
Philadelphia 5There was a brutal
prize fight yesterday between two
Duisers Callahan and Maguire The
latter was so badly beaten that his life is
dear artd of Calahan and friends have
fled Harri > burg 5 All the legislative
bribers ucder conviction excepting
Kemble gave themselves up this
morning Additions ball WIlE givea
Memphis 5Joe Walder colored
was banged at Lake Providence
Louisiana on Friday for the murder of
Mayor Gray Ho declared that he died
innocent
WATER PIPES LAID to order
by HEE30H ELLERBEOK Old
Constitution Building al
3 r
PEDETKIANI83I
The OIcary Kelt Contest A
ValIt iii San Francisco
Now York 5The second contest for
the OLeary bolt begin at Madison
Squaro Garden at midnight Eighteen
contestants started Over 7000 persons
witnessed the start Great enthusiasm
prevailed OLeary and his Chicago
man Dobler were cheered to the echo
All the men started on tho run Hart
was the first to rouid the track in 45
seconds and made the first mile in 620
followed coselv by the others Tho
Boston negro Pegrara and John Ennis I
started on an easy run and were well
received It is believed that Murphy
may not hold out over twentyfour hours
as he is rank Hart is the favorite
with the people as in the pool
Murphy bolder of the Oleary belt
has retired Dobler has 70 miles to his I
credit and is followed in order by Faber
Hart Wood and the rest far behind
3 oclock score Faber SO Hart f8
Dobler 86 Woods S3 Mclntyrc 81
AileD 29 Howard 73 Pegram 70
Williams 72 Merritt 72 Khroce CC
Hanawkcr CO n
San Francisco 5At Union Hall at
1 oclock this morning Weston began an
attempt to beat his London record of
550 miles Too track is octagon twenty
laps to tho mile Callahan and Clienc
wilhlocal pedestrian enter against Wes
ton with five hours the starthe to pay 500
to either of them who equals his own
sc3ro
The Harbor Bill
Washington 5The subcommittee
of tho House committee on commerce
engaged upon the river and harbor bid
almost from the commencement of the
session concluded its labors today and
will report the bill to morrow
Wool
New York 3Wool less active but
prices show much strength for all grades
with holders rather indifferent Sales of
California include 75 bales of fall at 20Mj
5500 pounds fall 2000 pounds spring
private
Strikes
Now York Carpenters and fresco
painters ask 50c a day in advance in
wages
tit Louis 5 About 300 painters I
struck for 250 psr day a raise of 25c to
50c More will strike tomorrow
I
NO RAISE
NO RAISE
We are going to SELL onr
GOODS at the Old Prices
Quiet Sales ml Smaller Profits
Have jutt received the largest assort
ment of
Domestics Woolens
Blankets Skirts
and drawers
MENS DOTS fflMfflfi
MATS GAPS J
BOOTSANb SHOES
NOTIONS
LINEN GOODS
CASSIMERES
FURNISHING GOODS
Hardware Cutlery
VALISES
AXES HAMMERS
HATCHETS
SAWS ETC
We are the only exclusive
JOBBING HOUSE IN UTAH
Big inducements offered to the Trade
L B WOOLF
m23
IN
WESTERN MEAT MARKET
Notice of Transfer of Business
TTAVING TAKEN THE BUSINESS
HA of J A VAPvNES WESTERN
MEAT MARET we beg to inform tho
Customers and the Public generally that
we will have always on hand a full Stock
of CHOICE MEATS
AH orders entrusted to our care will
bo carefully filled and promptly delivered
WHITE SONS
Proprietors of
PEMBROKE AND WESTERN
MEAT MARKETS miG
DAV JAMESr
IJOENSSD
i
PLDMBBB TINKER i
Gas and Steam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying hb
material by the carload he is
prepared to
LAY i WATER PIPES
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Large Stock of
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Lead
Kept in Stock
OFFICE AND WORKSHOPS
WES TEMPE STREET
Opposite City Meat Marie
UTAH
HSEBH1TOBT OF MUSIC
SALT LAKE CITY
DE ELLEN B FERGUSON
DIRECTOR
The Second Year of this Conservatory
opened Wednesday Nov 19 159
In the Icstrnmental Department of thIs
Institution superior all vataes are offered
to pupils who desirj to become thorough
Musician by the deveopment of a brilliant
technique as well as a refined cspessive
and intelligent interpretation of Classical
Music
For Vocal Culture no School in the Terri
tory affords better advantages Voseebuild
fnz for the dovelopraect ot young or weak
voices hu been pnrraed with gratifying sue
eta while special attention is given to ad
vAnced studies in Saglisb German and Itat
Ian A Sinning ft ormnl Course for tho honeSt of Teaciiera
I through the WInter
I For terms apply to Dr 1 D Ferguson
I Director at the Conservatory over CsWert
fcui3 Store n > > 0
I INVALIDS
Am OTHERS SEEKIliG
HEAL THij
STRENITH AND ENERGY
OTTHOUT HE tSE OF DRUGS ARE RE
QUESTED TO SENT FOIl THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW AN ILLUSTBATED JOUR
NAL wimir is PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION
T7 TREATS upon HEALTH HTuVEXE ud Flit > >
i KI < Culture and is i a complete enejcloMedia ot
mlOnuation tr inuhlh and those Who suder rom
701MrKEXllIlst and Painful IetIIHe Ewj
abject thai wars apon health and hnman hanulnew
fttelrn attention In 115 rg S and the man qu I t
loiw uked t r unng invalid who bay dvnirwi
f care are n wered and talnable information
lnuteered i to all who are in need of medical advice
TlK Hubject of Electric Belts rmw Medicine and
ua hundred and one question of vital Importance
satrring humanity are duly Nidered and ex
n j
YOUNG MEN
And others who miner from Xervow and Fhnleal 9t
oitv Low oi Manly Vigor Premature Exhanatlon
lgr
Uid Ihe many Bloomy consequence oi early Indfecre
tiun etc are faUy benefited by connl ting ft s
a val uu
i ELECTRIC RE EW expose the nnmlllgatea
frin < practice by quacks and medical unpoetoni wb
prf 1 to prictKe medMfaM aa JM ml the
< mlf afetaple and etftctive reM ro Jiultb Vir
n I Hud f y Eurryr
J iq
111 vour addrn on pasta card for a ronr and
tnfitrinntinn werlli thonsanili will betent TOO
AiUrtn I Ihe paWiahers
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO
3 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO CAL
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
CARD
2 WANTEDA SITUATION AS
Manager or Superintendent B of
Oc Miu05 by a man who is 31 years
of ago and thoroughly qualified
TleoroUoatlv and Practicallyaa
a Minter Engineer and hoi HOB all > a Cer
tiSaataot Competency from thi Government
oi Groat Britain and Ireland as a Superin
tendent of Mines The highest and most
unerceptjonabl e ToiUmonUl i S chsraoter
and ability ow be had App J
AXDEKW AD1M3JS
American Fork Utah COJ
Y25 Utah
W1ACKCNZIE REFORMI CLUB
TTOLDS REGULAR MEETINGS EVERY
1JL Mondiv Evening atthe Emporium hail
at 730 ocbat Tho Keidmff Room and
Library ara 0001 to tho publio from 8 am
taU pm All are waleoma
Js fr BBADMST Prost
Wsr TFoULGEt Heey fy2
FOR SALE
r
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Now Goods just imported A
treat variety at excoedirgly Low
Prices Watches Cleaned at
SI 50 a piece Vor guaranteed
CARL C ASMUSSEN
f 15
PS7ERSEH THE BUTCHER
1225 First South bt
Second Botcher Shop from the Corner
NEVER REStS ANYTHING
but Tender Juicy and Fresh
Meats He Mils at the cheap
est rate All Kinds of Meat in Season Give
him a trial Sausages a specialty au23
DIPHTHERIA
WHERE THERE IS NO CANKER
V V there is no Uiphtheria Halls Canker
Remedy never fails Ask your neighbors
hold by Z CM L Drug Dept wholesale
IUd retail Salt Lake City ja7
A ANDERSON
Icf FURRIER MANUFACTURER OF
I Y HI Robes Ulovosand Buckskin Clothes
t Furs Cleaned and Repaired
9 South End of Commercial Street
D R J M HOLLAND
Office over Davis Grcosry Store
H Main Street
WILLIAM BREDEN1EYER
INING CONSULTING AND CIVIL
LU Engineer U 8 Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Idaho Notary Public Qeologiaa
examinations reports on mining properties
surveys mines railroads and canals and
snporinteiida tho workinjs of the ame
Prepare ostimiios cad plans for opening
and working mint export oa seining ques
tions before the courts Jiaaita P OBos
1157 Salt Lake city Cs i II
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
T HB PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASVJKE
fhlfcL rY
1 in announcing to tha public that they
hero romodolloi end reStted the Hotel
The DIning Rooms era spacious and tho best
Meals will bo served night ned day
Single Heals 5Qc
Hot Lunches as per card 25c
Room and Board 8150 to S2 per day
10 to fl2 per weak
Board 7 per Week
Tho Bar has bern removed to the north of
the Hotel and four Billiard Tables added for
tho sccommodcton of suede and is now
open A PODLECH CO
CEZFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
Board and Rooms from f 150 per day
and from 8 per week
S C EWIWC
1711 Proprietor
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrew C Brlxen Proprietor
I t
UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT
this central and popular hole1 has been
renovated and thoronjhly repaired for the
reception of guests
Rates per day 150 to 2 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 day
Do Do 700 850 week
Singlo Meals 25 cents
= 26 W A PITT Proprctor
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT
AND CHOP HOUSE
Meals served at all hours of the dsy
and night in firstclass Style
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEflSQH
Served up temptingly
OTSTEES In EVERY STYI3
65 Main Street
JAS DIN WOODS 7 Pror
5
BED < iJLYYON >
ROCK PBlliGfj I
And WEE
COAL
fHE ONLY RELIABLE KRKET F0
LUMP SSOSTED fiHD EGG COAL
1
Large stock always on hand and full
weight guaranteed
Prices low and special attention given
to the wanta of tho public
Qrncz Do erci Bank Elect
2 5 GOULD Arrant
BENEDICT HALL CO
LAPCTUflEI
saD
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Jr
BOOTS SHOES
134 and 136 Grand stJ New York
Comer Crosby one blocir east of Broad
way d4
r =
x
Deny Cchn P Anerbach k Bio
HENRY COHN GOO t
Having bought out the entire business of
BUXBAUM CO i
Are now prepared to purchase
WOOL HIDES FURS PELTS
Also all kinds of i
PRODUCE f
Advances made on Wool
JOHN TAYLOR SCOT I j
II
D ERCEAJT TA TLOB1S 1
93 Commercial Street 93 0
0 I
IJiiJ JUST ARRIVEDA FINE STOCK OF t
S P Ii I fti CAN D SUMMER GOODS t
Embracing English French and American Suitings Coatings
TrouaeriuE of New and Popular Styles at t
I n1 Prices to Please Customers
II J
iDONT YOUFORGETITA 1 f i
That tho Best and Most Extensive Assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES IN UTAH
Is to be seen at the
BIG BOOT
A full Line of the Celebrated BURT Shoe kept constantly in Stock A fin
Assortment of the very best HomeHade Work on hand
Custom Work a Specialty j
140 Main Street JAMES PAYNE
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Wholesale and Retail dealers in
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Grass Garden and Field Seeds I
EARLY A3IBBS SUGAR CANE SEED
East Temple street It
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF Z C MSI SALT LAKE CITY
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AND PARK CITY
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WOOL WQOL
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Parties having Wool to dispose of would do well to call on ma as I am f
prepared to pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL 1
In large or small quantities Sacks and twine to tie fleeces farmaaed 1
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept in stock
H B CLAWSON
Warehouse corner South and East Temple Streets ral5
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SALT LAKE OITY
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NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING MM
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New Siaks New Satins New Brocades New Camels Hair Dress Goods il
New Dress Gcods from lOc per yard upwards I
Paris Cashmeres our own direct importation in Blueblack Maroon Wine Car
dinal Drab Lavender Plum Navy and Heal Brown from COc per yard
upward
New Prints New Lawns New Percales I J New Cheviot New Ginghams and other 1
Staple Goods
Latest Novelties in Laces ouch as Brabant Venice Lanquedoc Real Torchon
French and other Laces if i
AT THE LOWEST PRICES EYES OFFERED IN I THIS CITY i
Latest Novelties in Ruchings Siik and Lace Ties r
Latest Novelties in Berlin Embroideries Zephyrs Etc 1
Latest Novelties in Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs l
Latent Novelties in Back Combs Veil Pins Jewelry Etc
Latest Novelties in Nainsook Embroideries arid Insertions i
AMONG OUR NEW CORSETS 11
The Blue Bird Robin Long Branch and Queen Bes Corsets and Skirt Supporters
have already become Popular Htvontesfton account of their Excellent s f
Fit Durability of Material and Good Value J
Five Hundred Toilet Quills in White and Colored Jacguard Bridal and Marseille Ii
from Sl00 upwards
Complete Assortment of Ladies Underwear superior in fit workmanship and n
materials to any heretofore shown at most Reasonable Prices ti
NEW WHITE GOODS I fi
Such as Checked and Striped Nain = ook Victoria and Bishop Lawns Plain and 4
Dotted Swisses Mulls Corked and Fancy Piques Fleece
Lined Marseille Birdsoyc Diaper Etc i
AT PRICES TO PLEASE PURCHASER J
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leached and Halfbleached Table Damasks o 1
Turkey Red and Fancy Table Damasks I
Napkins Doylies Crash Towels and Table Cloths
Piano Covers of every grade at Lowest Possible Prices
Send for sample postage prepaid Of our Gents Whito Unlaundned Shirts at 100
each best value ever offered
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A mOt magnificent Display of < < < if
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Silk and other Dolmans Ulsters Circulars
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DRESSES ETC ETC
JUST RECEIVED
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IILLINERY IN ALL ITS BRANC
At Wholesale Only
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CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES ETC
Ladies and Childrens Shoes Full Stock Wholesale Only
Gents and Boys Boots Brogans Etc Wholesale On
Gents and Boys Clothing at Wholesale and RetaIl
Gents and Boys Hats at Wholesalo and Retail f
Gents and Hays Furnishing Goods of Every Kind at Wholesale and Retail
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being the first buyer in EAstern Markets
Our fro SUIUEL AUERBAOI
tUh lines of Goods before the Recent envy Ad
from thia Territory hiss acunad many tI
Vance in all classes of Merchandise of which our Wholesale and Betail Customers
shall have the full benefit
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In Utah Nevada Idaho Montana and Wyoming and guarantee terms and prkoa
J in competition with Eastern and Western Markets Freight i
added Samples sent on Application
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K AUERBACH BRO

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