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= > < I I t WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 28 1880 NO 77
CITY
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1I I HI W C3 0 0 ID S
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r OLD PRICES Y
L Goldber
and Stock of
Has now on hand ft Large Complete
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SPRING and
I
SUMMER
S CLOTHING
I All Manufactured Before the Late
I Advance in Goods
l THE LATEST STYLES OF
I Gents Furnishing floods
HAT
BOOTS and
HOSIER y
WHICH I OFFER AT
OLD PRICES
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To Clothing Sealers r
Having msnuHclurpil my fctock beforelthojUtftJadvanceineooda I m
in a position tel supply the trade with NEW GOODS AT OLD PRICES
I Merchants placing their orders for Spring and Summer Clothing with me
now can save from 25 to 30 per cent All orders sent will receive prompt
and honorable attention
T f fT
La GOLDBERG9
Successor to
m2 L A GOLDBERG
STOVESo STOVESo
CEO 2 ii Y iii co
Hat c Jest rtaeiroi s hill lie of tna vebr ted
Parlora OLINTOrl CABINET RANGES in
5TE7 RT HEATERS for
Offices Stores and Hails great variety and of all aisoa tht
best cooking outfit in the mar
very
The HARVARD FBANKJIN tho j
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
made OAl1NON COX and other HE ATEB8
COOK STOVES Reporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Booms
Grown and Stewart o s complete assortment
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Hivlns a wellappointed Shop we are propsrsd
to do all kinds of
11 S Mid SHEET IRON WORK with promptness
A Liberal 1 Discount to Country Dealers
GEO M SCOTT < fe CO
9 Main Street Pail Latp Cstv
H B ilASOSTTS Prast PDGSLEY Sec Trans
Pnu Snnnrint > nfJont
1 SALT LAKE ro D fltmMACHlNf COI
Works One and a half Blocks South of U C S JS Depot
wellappointed Found Machine and Boiler bop we arc now preiared
Having a E BOIlcr Stamp hl1 > lwlDg lltlnny nd llohuK
Engines
Steam
furnish gtnes
to SawUmz Furnace vatr Jkt iJIlig V is etc Saw and
Machinery Shafting and iulley all kinds of toilers Tanks nud
S Grist Work made to order Boilers and Steam Gsuges tested
Plate Copper Work for Breweries Distilleries etc etc
f c A T TT1 One horsepower Stationary Engine
T
I AT E
FOR KDJtilHj one 15 do do do
C One 20 do Hoi ting Engine
t One 17ncb Turbine Wheel
j r
t Two Strain Pumps for Boiler Feed a
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p o BOX
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I I G F CUT El
I Hasltho Largeat Blpck of
l wIIrnQw T AS8
In the Territory Manufacture all sizes nnd shapes of
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SaOlV CASES
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An mmense saving by buying them of
Ca Fa CULMER TEA POT STORE
20 22 First South Street
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Gentle
W OEnen
Who want glossy luxuriant
and wavy tresses oi abundant
beautiful Hair must use
LYONS EATHAISON This
elegant cheap article always
makes tho Hair grow freely
and fast keeps it from falling
out arrests and cures gray
ness removes dandruff and
itching makos tho Hair
strong giving it a cnrling
tendency and keeping ifc ia
any desired position Beau
tiful healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Kathairon
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THE PEOPLES PAPER
THE
HERALDe
SALT LASS
DAILY HERALD
The remarkable success of the papei
lfl the peel 33 manifested by ita large
sand steadily prowinc subscription
ist its increasing advertising patron I
age and the expressions of goodwill
towards the journal which greet us
from al quarters convinces the publishers
ushers that they are doing what they
sot out to do namely 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 jt will always be found
on the side of the people outspoken
on questions afleclingtho 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 ecc
omio administration of government
treating public matters dispassionately
ately and employing language calcu
ated to enlighten the reason of men
rather than influence their passions
I and working for peace and the development
velopment of the resources of the territory
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 a larger Lumber of correspondents
respondents in different sections of
the country and the better arrange
ment of all the many details of the
ciabHohmonr TOO confidently jtuillise
10 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 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
ains all the news domestic and for
eign in a condensed and readable
form The design has been to
make it combine the distinguish
log characteristics of a commer
ci91 and home journal and we
believe that t lis has been success
fully carried out The SEMIWEEKLY
has certainly met with unexpectedly
high favor at the hands of the people
SALT LAKE
WEEKLY HERALD
Tho demand for a WEEKLY HEBALD
has been very pressing during the past
two or three years The aim of
the publishers will bo to furnish a
paper for those people who live
nfl the main lines of travel and who
re 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 reading to supply
a suitable edition of the HERALD for
sending abroad a paper that shall
faithfully and honestly represent thii
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
I lha news and at tho same time com
bine the essential tlements of a liter
ary educational and industrial jour
nal In fact our aim will be to make
tbo WEEKLY HERALD a welcome
visitor to the home where it will be
found a constant fund of instruction
entertainment and prcfit 50
all members of the family
Besides the leading characteristics of
the Daily tbe Weekly will contain
matter specially for the agriculturist
tho gardener the stockraiser the
mechanic the kitchen end the house
hold generally and an important
feature of its columns will bo tbe
wellcho = en entertaining and moral
literature also reports of the Taber
nacle discourses Nothing will bn ad
mitted to its columns that has not
first been carefully prepared and re
vised
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION >
Postage Paid
Salt Late Daily Mi
One Year 51050
525
Six Months
265
Three Month
Salt I hScmiWfl K1Y Brail i
One Year 5 =
SIX iI Jt 5 Lfu
8alJarc Yey lltJ ld
One Year 200
Biy tjontbP 2j
s WndM0HC3ifl Rcnislcrfl tetltt
or Pottcffice Ordfr
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Salt LakejOity Utah
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THAT KISS
She was busy at the wahtub
The dirty clothes was washing
Slathering soft soap with her hands
And in the water sloshing
She rubbed and turned and twisted
S theJIr
And trot them in a muddle
Then lightninglike bobbed up and
down
Like alamo duck in a puddle
Then turcfd them over iniide out
In her fca the color brightening
Slathered mofo soap then up and down
Again sho boDbed like lightning
Shoulderhigh her arms were bare
Her dress pinned up around her
And such a head of frizzled hair
As hers was when I found her
Her neck and shoulders 0 so fair
Her waist 0 Julius Ciesar I
Id give the last red cent i had
For privilege to squeeze her
Her smile was like a rich bouquet
When gentle zepyhrs fanned it
And when she glanced her eye this way
Dod durned if I could stand it
line rippling laugh like lectric shock
To pieces nearly toro me
Twas then I took her by the ear
Anh swung her round before me
Her cherry lips were puckered up
Liko for something they were thirst
leg
They looked like a busted cherry pie
Or like a ripe rose bursting
Os billious Job what a scene it was
Such landscape neer was painted
I throw my arms around her neck
And kissed her then I fainted
EAST JORDAN CANAL
I
The Directors Think they Hav
Not Been Properly Treated
by the City Council
SOUTH COTTONWOOD
April 23d 1880
Editors Herald
Inasmuch as tho election to decide
whether Sail Lake City shall borrow
money tj construct a canal bsu been
held and this explanation can now
nuke i 0 difIerenco as to the result
we feel that justice to the East Jordan
Canal Company requires a full state
ment of the offer that was made to
the City CouniI committee inas
much as a great many of the resi
dents of Salt lake City censure the
director of the East Jordan Canal
Company for not giving the city a
fair chance to unite with them in the
onstruct on of a canal large enough
for all parties concerned
When the City Council requested
Joseph S Eawlius the president of
he company to let them know upon
what terma they could unite with us
be immediately called a stockholders
meeting and laid the matter before
them At siid meeting there was a
committee five appointed to nego
tiate with the City Council with in
truoions that the company was wil
ing to iet the city have a ontthiid
interest in the canal by them paying
nctbud of the cost ol construction
Tho enid I committee met with the
Council committee and made them
the above offer but the committee
did not think they would justified
in expending eo much money for only
a ouethird interest in the canal The
meeting the adjourned for one week
to give the canal = committee a chance
to call a full meeting of their board of
hectors to consider the propriety of
giving the city a onehalf interest in
the canal
In one week from that time
the directors of the East Jordan
Canal Com pany met at the City Hall
at 10 am At this meeting it was
decided unanimously tbat we would
not be justified in letting the city I
hate more than a onethird interest
as we thought we had from five to fix
times as much land to water 13 the
city had On the same day at 2
pm we again met with the City
Council committee and made them
the above offer but the committee
did not fetl to accept tbe proposition
as they claimed bat they wished to
own onehalf of tbe capital stock of
the company
Alter being together about two
hours the committee atked if we
would be willing to lot them bay a
nohalf interestproviding they would
petition the county court of salt Lake
bounty for a grant of oneeighth
more of the waters of the Jordan t
put with our grant of onefourth of
thc Jordan which would then make
the two companies a grant for tbree
eight of the water ol the Jordan
liver With this understanding we
accepted 01 the proposition to let
them have a onehalf interest in the
canal by them paying onehalf tbo
cost 01 construction to the Little
Cottonwood Creek where we would
deliver them onehalf the water each
arty to bear tbeir portion of loss by
seepage and evaporation It was
also agreed that the Council should
appoint a committeee to act with our
directors in the construction of the
anal and at our next regular elec
ion tbe city should have u onehalf
representation m the board of officers
When wo adjourned at this time all
partiEs DeemEd to be well satisfied
with the proprsition and the Council
ommittco promised to petition the
county court immediately for the
extra grant of the Jordan
In less than one week from this
time the City Council had the cur
eyors locating the route of their
anal without notifying us that they
lad changed their minds about
inilinn > with Uy nor have they up to
he present time which cerfairJy
made us think if we had treated hem I
in the same manner they would
have thought we had treated them
rather ungentlemanly
It was also agreed ta finish up the
canal at its present 8st > to be sure
bat it would he a success then if
there was not water enough we would
turn out the water and enlarge the
canal whenever it was thcught ex
jedieot and neceEEaty
If any person or persona think the
above are not the facts in the case
we are wilting to have n meeting with
be City Council as wo think we can
furnish plenty of proof to sustain the
above statement
JOSEPH S RAWLINS President
A W SMITH Vice Presieent
H V Bow Secretary
C C BOKHHAM Treasurer
HiSRY DAY
JOHK HABDCASTLK I
LLuRrrz SMITH Directors
i EKOOH B TIUPIVI I I
JAdES C BROW j
MUSIO BOOKS OCtLVO Quarto
and Folio bound eipediiicudy at
HERALD BINDERY n27
SAEH DOOBC AND 3LINDS
1 e10UlDI G3 BRACKETS AND i
ALL SIZ 5 OF WINDOW CLASS I
AT BOTTOM FICURESi LAT I
TIMER TAYLOR lk CO alg
AGRICULTURAL
Studying a Plan of the Barn To
begin with the interior arrangement
of the barn will depend much upon
the pnrposfco fur which it is intended
That is whether it is to ba occupied
chiefly fur milch cows whether an
apartment is to be eet aside for sheep
apothur us ataili for horse ° whether
it has a cellar or not or whether
there is a sheep barn or shad by
tacit i in another part of the yard am
a separate stable for the work and
driving horses Where sheep bus
bandry id maJu u peoaUy of the
farm good and ample quarters Will
be provided either in the barn cellar
or a oeparat smIling Muny alo
like to have a stable tor the horses
nearer the home than the barn fre
qucntly is i both for convenience and
pleasure Where the bum combines
all these accommodation however
there id much study an i planning ii i
order to have every part convenient
Without presuming to dicteti at all
we venture u few suggestions covering
Borne of those points and raeitni
EOaia of the requirements of a
handy barn By nil means have
a cellar under the whole barn Gent
rally a location may be found at not
too great a dittince from the houeo
which will nflord a good site and a
good chance for a cellar This cellar
will be found invaluable a recept
acle for the manure and rs a com
post factory while it may bo so
arranged us to provide n cool and I
convenient place in which to tie up
tbe cattle during the bummer night
I Or possibly a permanent tieup for
cows may be placed on this ground
floor A root cellar can aso occupy
a portion while a cistern should be
built in one corner commanding the
water from the roof ami securing
provision for plenty of water for
winter purposes of the stock either in
the yard or tieup Frequently
where a cellar is put under toe entire
barn the main bay may be dropped
a few feet below the cnitmgin floor
so that the storing room can be in
creased and the labor of pitching the
hay to the top of mows greatly
lessened Scaffolds should have tight
floors this way of making ecaflolds
of poles and pieces of wanyedged
boards is all gone by Regulate the
size of the tie up tbe length of the
floor and tbe depth of the manure
drop by the animals which aro to
occupy it The crib the Etancbeon
the manner of arranging the feeding
places are all matters of much im
portance In reference to tbe last 1
we will only say that we believe in
feeding from the floor and in having
a door to drop down tight excluding
all air By this means the crib are
easily cleaned of oils and the bay
may bo brushed from the floor
directly to tho crib Be sure and
have plenty of light in the barn CL
pecially in the tieup Glass is cheap
sunlight is healthy and light barns
are cheerful and comfortable Dcors
opening from floor to tie up ladders
to the mows placed al each end of
the feeding floor convenient stairs
and feed shoots to the basement floor
if occupied as a tieup or as a pig
gery as is sometimes tbe ca aeK and
similar conveniences coat little and
in tho course of e winters feeding
save many stops All these minor
mutters will surely bo thought of in
planning the barn It is not neces
sary to nay thai it chould br made
warm and that good ventilation
should bs provided aa one ol tbe re
quisites Farmers Almanac
BeeaAII who desire to have profit
pleasure and a good time generally
with their bees should provide their
fixtures before the busy season com
mence Movable frame hives well
made and painted are a desideratum
Every hive in the same apiary should
be precisely ahko BO that all purls
are interchangeable We know of
nothing more aggravating than to
find that a frame will not fit when it
contains hone brood and bas and
wo are in the act of removing it fr m
ono colony to another poor time to
stop and whittle Hives should be
made of good wellseasoned lumber
by a competent workman not thrown
together by saw and hatchet men
and if kept well painted should last
us ac long ae a bouse Some persons
order hives from the manufactories
when swarms are daily expected and
when they arrive the bees have to be
transferred from saltbarrels tobacco
buckets etc making a deal ol work
for their procrastination Weve
known persons to go several miles to
purchase a hive leaving tbe bee
clustered and were surprised on their
return to find that the bees had emi
grated
Surplus boxes are nest in import
ance to always having good clean
hives in readiness at all times during
warm weather The best kind of box
for thc apiarist to use will depend in
a great measure upon whet his mar
ket commands The most fashion
able box of the present time is the
one comb or section called the
Prize Bax being 5JxO inches
We use in our apiary a box 6x6t
inches all of the pieces are If inches
in width except the bottom which is
la incheshorizontals aro t inch
thick uprights are J inch We fasten
seven of these sections together form
ing a boi and glaze tbe ends Three
of these boxes contain twentyone
frames exactly cover an eight frame
Langslroth hive The size of the
section la not of much moment but
its width is important If it is too
wide the bees will join more than
one comb to it nod if toy narrow
they uttach the comb to an adjoining
section and then they cannot be
taken upset without breakage We
use no beparatore but make a comb
guide through the middle of the top
of the section by dipping a strait
edge in water and placing it in the
centre of the u > per piece holding it
at an angle while we pour hot wax
into the channel thus formed The
wax hardens in a moment and when
the strait edge is removed there is a
ridge of was through the centre
which will guide the Lees in building
their cOmb straight i
Pieces of white comb can be utilized
to advantage in surplus boxes and it
seems to encourage the bees to work
in them sooner some apiari i J use
cotxb foundation hut we protest
against its use and will not risk our
reputation as a producer nl pure
comb honey by its meMra L
Harrison in frntrie Parmer
UTAH CONTRACT COMPANY
OfficJ ITo 1231J First South St Salt
Lake City PO Box 431
Undertake and execute on the loTreat
tems and In tha thsrttEt time cither or all
of tho cork of Josstlsr prtdiar brsdsiEfr
ttogiXonjzn4 i eciaii > iiinsr St am llorse
or ctnar RAJLWAYS Lpcstics and con
Cttiieticz wsgja road caca jcserroiM
aqntdacir dsci otc J3I inz out and cralirc
strteli sidewalk tarado croand nd raco
tracks BxeA7 tine for buildini iocndatiosF
cellar drain eta ta well IU ovary and all
other ktsds of work reqairicj the reaovsl ol
uth Tavel cement tone etc etc
hi AFDORBMUS Soot
S I
AND OTHERS SEEKniG
f ALTW
STRENHTH AND ENERGY
sITHOUTLIE TSE OF DRUGS ARE m
iUESTED TO SEND FOR THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW AX ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL WHICH IS PCBLEHLD
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION
rT TRE VT upon HEALTH IRbiTCF and Pin i
iS cal Culture and M a complete encjclourUia I
luranoition for mv lids and tcoa who gutter in a
tiioU8 5 KxhauatiQff and 1aloful Dteeaes Eref
Subject tbat bears upon health and human happme >
r s fV4Te3 attention In its rage and the many quo
i am liked I 7 Buffering invalids who lure rt
i a cure are answered and valuable Information >
SI lllUtreoJ to all who are in need of medical advice
Tti > inVjeet i of Electric BelU tern Medicine lI1d
he hundred and one queMkms of vital Imp < rln
u snrlering humanity sue duly comidered and tx
plained
YOUNC MEN
An4 i then WhO n t > from 7TrTorw and Fhvslcal De
Le5aty tom oi Manly Vigor Premature Lxhaaatioi
i d the many gloomy couequenceg ot early mducr
i n etc are especially benefited by consulting a
In ELECTR5 rEVIEW exjwiM the unmltlirate
fi I 1 < practiced In iiai k anil medical irnp Iorii nh I
L U I ta pr icti medicine and 15intn ddt th >
in af niple and I erfcctne road to Health Vi Ipur
it I IoIty n rvy
1 Tour addrrM on rnvlal card for i copv am
luf ruaiiii wurtli IliouanOj will be sent 1 ju
tttrpas the ptiblhers
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO
5 3 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO CAl
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
j WILulAM HUCHES
Eft BOOT MAKER 05j I
Ik Late Foreman of Z C JI I Shoe
Factory Every description of Boots and bboos
made to order at tho shortest notice Fit guar
anteed the eve pleased and satisfaction given
at the most seasonable prices Repairs a ape
claltr Work done for the Trade Two Doors
West of White buss a2T
MACKSNZIE REFORM CLUB
TT OLDS REGULAR MEETINGS EVERY
HOLDS Evening at the Emporium Hill
at B oclock The Reading Room end Library
are open to the public from Sam to 10 pm
All are welcome
Jjw F EIUDLET Prest
War T FOCLQEE Secy
The Ladies Temperance Union hold Monthly
Meetings on the Fourth Tuesday in each month
at 3 pm Weekly Meetings every Monday eyen
tug at 7 oclock
CARD
WANTEDA SITUATION AS
Manager or Saporiatadent of
OW MIUCJ by a man who Is 31 years
f of are and thoroughly qualified
Theoretically and Practically
a Minin Encmos and hoUicj alo a tier
tifiutsof Compolenor from the Government
o Great Britain and Ireland at a Superin
tendent of Minos The highest and most
unexceptionable Testimonials aj character
and ability Oln ba had Apply to
AfDJiW Aouat
American Fork Utah Co
f25 Utah
FOR SALE
C LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
P J Or
i 1 New Goods just imoortod A
j treat variety at exceedingly Low
Prices Watches Cleaned at
9150 a piece Work Ruaiantood
CARL C ASMUSSEN
fis
PETERSEB THE BUTCHER
1225 First South ft
Second Butcher Shop from the Corner
NEVER KEEPS ANYTHING
Jbnt Tender Juicy and Fresh
T1113 Ha galls at the cheap
en rate All Kinds of Meat ia Sewon Give
bias a idol l bausagos a specialty au23
DU J M HOLLAND
Office over Davis Grocery Store
H Main btreet
WILLIAM BREDEMEYER
MINING CONSULTING AND CIVIL
if i Encinser U S Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Idaho Notary lablic Goololie3
oaxninetiono reports on mininir Oreperti
carvers mince railroad nJD camels r anti
fuporintands the worlttnes of Iho ame
Prepare ojtiraitea and plans for opening
and working nrnra expert en minIng Ques
tion beforo the courts Jdd < m P 0 Bo >
tt5r Salt Lal 3 city he 511
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
THE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASUM3
S in announcing to the rmblio that they
havo romodallod and refitted tho Hotel
The Dining Kooms arc spacious and the best
of Meals will ba served night and day
Single Koals lOc
Hot Lnnches aj por card 25c
Room and Board 150 to l2 per day
IO to 12 per week
Board 7 per weak
The Bar has ben removed to tho north of
tim Hotel and four Billiard Tables added for
the secoKEKrtaton of guest and ia now
Dpa A PODLECH lL CO
CLIFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
Board and Hooms from 150 per day
and from 8 per weak
3 C EWJKC
33 ProDrietor
ALLEY iiOOO
Andrew c Brlxen Proprietor
a I
UNDER TUS NEW MANAGBMKNT
Ah tr
U this cenr4 I and popular hole haa been
renovated and thoronzhy repairoi for the
reception ofuueats
Rates per day 5150 to 2 per week
3 to SlO according to rooms
Board per week 7
n2
OVERLAND HOUSE
tArn STREET SALT LAKE CITY
Board sad Room 100 to 150 per day
Do Do 700 850 weak
Single Meals 25 cents
n2S W A PITT Prop iQtcr
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT
AND CHOP HOUSE
Jloala served at aU hours of the day
and night in firstclass Style
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEaSON
Served up temptingly
OYSTERS IK EV2EY STYLE
60 Main Street
JAS DINWOODEY Prop
I 5
5Ri
BED CAi1iY
BEDsees
sees PIN
Aud WEBER
CO ALza
THE ONLY RELIABLE MARKET FP
LUMP ASSORTED AriD EGG COAL
Large stock al ways on bAnd and full
weight = tuarsBeOO
Prices low and special attention givw
to th4 t wanta of tbe public
0T70C11 Uceottet Bank R1ncr
i U > fTfi 4eot
BENEDICT HALL CO
M4 NUAC2UII1l1tl
Am
WhOLESALE DEALERS
1
BOOTS SHOES
ISf and 136 Grand St New York
Comer Crosby one block east of Broad
way d14
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Henjy Coha AaerVach i Ero
HENRY COHN GO
Having bought out tha entire business of
BTJX33ATJjN CO
Are now prepared to purchase
WOOL HIDES FURS PELTS
Also all kinds of
I3 IR O ID TJ O IE
lvauccs made on Wool
JOHN TAYLOR SON
MEEEcEIANT TA TLORS
93 Commercial Street 93
0 5
rR1r JUST ARRIVEDA FINE STOCK OF S
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS2
Embracing English French and American Saitinfcs Coatings
TrouaerincR of Now and Popular Btylca at
al Prices to Please Customers
DONT YOIJFORGET rIT A
That the Best and Most Extensive Assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES IN UTAH
Is to be seen at the
BIG BOO
A full Line of tho Celebrated BURT Shoes kept constantly in Stock A fin
Assortment of tho very best HomeMade Work on hand
Custom Work a Specialty
140 Main Street JAMES PAYNE
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Wholesale and Retail dealers in
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Grass Garden and Field Seeds S
EARL A3IBEK SUGAR CAKE SEED
East Temple street
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF Z C Wl I SALT LAKE CITY
AND PARK OIlY
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Parties having Wool to dispose of would do well to call on me as I am
prepared to pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE N CASH FOR WOOL
S In largo or small quantities Sacks and twine to tie fleeces farnlaaed
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept in stock
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Warehouse corner South and East Temple Streets mlS
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SALT LAKE CITY
NEV SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
New Silks New Satins Now Brocades New Camels Hair Dress Gcodf
New Dross Gcods from lOc por yard upwards
Paris Cashmeres our own direct importation in Bluoblack Maroon Wine Our
dinal Drab Lavender Plum Navy and Seal Brown from flOe per yard
upward
New Prints New Lawns New Percales New Cheviot New Ginghams and other S
Staple Goods
Latest Novelties in LACPS tuehas IJralmnt Venice Lanquedoc Real Torchon
French and other Laces
AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY
Latest Novelties in Euchings Siik and Lace Ties
Latest Novelties in Berlin Embroideries Zephyrs Ec
Latest Novelties in Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs
Latest Novelties in Back Combs Veil Pins Jewelry Etc
Latest Novelties in Nainsook Embroideries and Insertions
AMONG OUR NEW CORSETS
The Blue Bird Robin Long Branch and Queen Bess Corsets and Skirt Supporter
have already become Topulur Favorites on account of their Excellent
Fit Durability of Material and Good Value
Five Hundred Toilet Quilts in White nnd Colored Jacguard Bridal and ifarsjiflo
from 100 upwards
Complete Assortment of Ladies Underwear superior in fit workmanship and
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materials to any heretofore shown at most Reasonable Prices
NE w WHITE COODS
Such as Checked and Striped Nainsook Victoria and Bishop Lawns Plain an
Dotted Swisses Mulls Corked and Fancy Piques Fleece
Lined Marseille Birdseyc Diaper Etc
AT PRICES TO PLEASE PURCHASERS
Bleached and Halfbleached Table Damasks
Turkey Bed and Faqcy Table Damask
Napkins Doylies Crashs Towels an3 Table Clothe
Piano Covers of every graae at Lowest Possible Prices l
Send for sample postage prepaid of our Gents White UnhrandriedSMtia at 10
each beEt value ever otlered
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A most magnificent Display of
Silk and other Dolmans Ulsters Circulars
DRESSES ETC ETC
JUST RECEIVED
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MILLINERY IN Ail ITS BJRANOHRS
At Wholesale Only
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CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES ETC
LnHes and ChildrenShoes Full Stock Wbolaiala Only
Gents and Bbys Boots Brogans Etc Wnote al On
Gent and Boys Clothing at Wholesale and Retail
Genta and Boys Hats At Wholesale nod Retail
Gents and hey PornahiDg Goods Every Kind at Whotealo and ReCall
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Our Mr SAMUEl AUEHBACII being the first buyer in Eaaternllarkei
from this Territory hat scored many lines of Goods before the Beeeat Heavy Ad
Vance in all classes of 3Jerebfindie of which oar Wholegalo and Etail Cot rnera
shall bare tile full benefit
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We o Solicit the Me of Every Mental or o fllw I J
In Utah Nevada Idsho Afpnlani and Wyoming and guarantee terms awl nrttle
in comrxitUion with Eastern and Western Markets Freight W
added Sampler sent on Application Jfcjj
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SSFOcdfirs Promptly filled and Honorable Treatment V7ai ranted CI1
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