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Lt I I The HER2LDfeBuppIiea by the follow
I 1 ngNewsmen
j Jag Dwyer Salt Lake City
1 Miller Shelton Wteatex Do
j 111 it Onrter Do
I f WalkerHoina do Do
J Townsead House do Do
j JI l B Dewhton B B Depot Do
tl Low Bro B B Depot Ogden I
t J G OainbarE Do j
4 B Johnson U S R 5
g BarkelowBroi JJ P BE
q 1 GMer5o4 Sandy sad 1jT Jordan
W Qrlnt 4 e AmeriQlUl Pork
Tf Hill pip gflTO
JtJ Winslow Evanston
v John CStevenson 1 rove
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ROWELL
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Newspaper Advertising Bateau
I For TOE Cents One hundred paged
Pamphlet with Lists of News
papers and Advertising Rates
For Ten DollarsFour lines in
serted OHB Week in Three Hon
I I dr aBd Fifty Newspapers
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THEPEOPLES PAPER
i THE
S i HERALD
i I SALT LAKE
I I DtiLY HERALD
The remarkable success of the pape
I in the past aJ manifested by its large
and steadily growing subscription
I list its increasing dyertsing patron
4 age nod the expressions of goodwill
1 towards the journal which greet us
S I from all quarters convinces the pub
r I lihers that they ore doing what they
I r set out to do namely furnish a
ii I newspaper that the people would like
2 I and therefore support The HERALD
I as in the past will be tbe peoples
I paper Independent in a political
i MDSC it will always Ite found
i F on the side of tho ooppokea
on questions affecting rights the
masses battling for local selfgovern
I moot and the largest liberty to indi
t It viduals consistent witn public good
laboring for a pure honest and eco
o nomic administration of government
t 5 tro tint public matters dispassion
ately and employing language calcu
S lated to enlighten the reason of mel
i j 1 rather than influence their passions
5 and working ior pease and the de
5L velopment of the resources of the ter
ritory instead of trying to create strife
and retard progress With our in
I creased facilities for gathering news
5 both by telegraph and mail the em
ployment of a larger cumber of cor
respondents in different sections of
the oountry and the better arrange
ment of all the many details of the
establishment we confiaently premise
1 to make the SALT LAKE DAILY
S HERALD a better paper than ever
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SALT LAKE
SEMIWEEKLY HERALD
This valuable and popular edition I
J of the HERALD will continue to make
t its appearance twice a week during
I tho year and the same degree ol
S progress and improvement that mar
S t tbe Daily will be seen in its columns
i No better newspaper can ba found in
the west for those people who are not
blessed with daily mail facilities than
S j tbe BEHIWBEELY HEEALD It con
tains all tbe news domestic and for
eign in a condensed and readable
i t form The design has been to
S make it combine the distinguish
ing characteristics of a commer
2 4 cial and home journal j and we
is beiiv that tale has been miccoa3
fait carried out The SEMIWEEKLY
bee certainly met with unexpectedly
J high favor at the hands of the people I
l SALT LAKE
it II JTti S B a f B I 1
I Ir j WEEKLY HERALD
The demand for a WEEKLY HERALD
has been very pressing during the past
two or three years The aim of
the publishers will be to furnish a
1 paper for those people who live
1 ofi the main lines of travel and who
ti are not accommodated with mail ear
ice oftener than once a week to
i S provide a newspaper for those who
I i have only one day a week of leisure
f to devote to the pleasant and profita
ble employment of reading to supply
i a suitable edition of the HERALD for
I sending abroad a paper that shall
faithfully and honestly represent this
a I great and growing territory with its
1 many and important industries and
b I itj thrifty enterprising pepph to
r make a paper for the home circle and
family fireside ono that shall contain
I i the news and at the same time com
f i bine the essential elements of a liter
1
I ary educational and industrial jour
S nal In fact our aim will be to make
the WEEKLY HEUALD a welcome
i i visitor to the borne where it will be
d
found a constant fund of instruction
T S entertainment and profit to
r aU members of the family
St f I I Besides the leading characteristics of
I I S the Daily the Weekly will contain
f t matter specially the agriculturistS
S f the gardener tbo stockraiser tbe
I I 1 mechanic the kitchen and the house
1 f hold generally and an important
S f feature of its columns will be the
S j j wellchosen entertaining and moral
I I literature also reports of the Taber
nacle discourses Nothing will be ad
I 1 milled to its columns that has not
1 t first been carefully prepared and re
1 J I i t vised
1 ri4 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Postage Paid
I j
Ii Salt Me Daily HErald
1 if j One Year 1050
f I Sir Months 525
f Three Months 265
i Salt La kc SewWeekly HErald
tS One Year 350
Six Months 175
i i iBflt Lake WeeklY Ml
l One Year 200
r J I ill f I J Six Yonthi 125
I J J h f jaSFSend Money in Registered eitef
j llM f or PQtoffic4 Order I
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WALKER BROS
BAIq XE e S
Established 1859
BEALKC3 13
EXCHANGE COIN and BULLION
We draw Exchange on the following
Leading Cities of Europe
GREAT BRITAIN Arm IRELAND
London Belfast Dublin Edinburg and
Q1SZ9W
SWITZERLAND
tse Dame Genera Lccreno Lsnjaazo
Zrieh and Vcvey
FRAMCE
Bordainr Binntz Bayonne Eoolcaao
Havre Lyons and Paris
BELGIUM
Astircrp Bruweia Luiomburj
HOLLAHD
9tterdara and Rotterdam
KORWAY
Christi Ia Barton Throndhjera ssd
fitavraeor
SWEDEN
Gothenburg Stockholm anil Jlalino
DENMARK
CovonhOltcn
ITALY
Yloc Ccron Leghorn Milan n pies
Palermo Kerne Turin Venice
RUSSIA
St Petersbarc
SPAIN
Cadii Madrid and Seville
PORTUGAL
Lisbon and Oporto
AUSTRIA
Catlibad Prapio Pcith Triesta Vienna
PraEvit
Wien and
fcU THE GERMAN STATES
ASEBIOAX CORRESPONDENTS
f Importers and Traderi
Hew York National Bank
Onion Trust Co
flhJcago First National Bani
St Louis State Savings AesociHlioL
Omaha Omaha National Bank
s Fran First National Gold Bank
San Fran Bk British North Amaricx
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Jonx TAYLOR B II ECIIrrL1JI
Pcidcni Aut Cashier
ZIOHSTS
SAVINGS BANK
ASD
TRUST COMPANY
No 53 East Temple St
A few doors south ol the Co5p
Building
Capital Stock OOOOO
Paidup Capital 50000
Pays G per cent interest on Savings
Deposits
MONEY TO LOAN
On approved Securities at Low
RATES of interest ia2s
McCORNICK CO
BANKERS
Salt Lake City Utah
IEA5SACT EVERY DESCRIPTION OJ
BAHSOfQ BUB1KESS
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Purchase Gold Dnst Coin and
Bullion
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PROrJPT ATTENTION GIVEN
TO COLLECTIONS
Undertake the Purchase and Sale of
6t osks on Oommissioi
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idvasca an Ores and Ease Bullion eon
cigsed to oar Order
Sdi Exchange and Telegraphic Trans
fers on points Eu8t and West and
oi the leading cities of Europe
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COHESSPONDENTS
New Yosk Imsortsrs and Traders jffatl
Bank
Jnicsco Cemmereia National Bank
5 t Louis State Savlcji AsMiotion
Umaha National Bank
San ifraniso JTirst sat Gold Dank my
llll LONDON BAN
OF UTAI3
LEHXED
26 Austin Friars London
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
CAPITAL 160000
In 20000 Shares of J8 each
NUMBER OF SHAKES SUBSCRIBED FOB
AND ALLOTTED TO DEC 20 1878
6200 EAT 248000
We beg to inform the public that
we are prepared to transact a General
Banking Business for which we have
the necessary facilities We solicit I
new accounts and business generally
Exchange Drawn on all the
leading cities and towns of the
United States and Europe
PRINCIPAL CORRSSPONDESTS
In Lcsdaa M aars Martin Jk Co 63 Lom
bard Street
Tho Lor do2 Bank of Utah
Limited 26 Austin Friars
In How York Mesars Morton Bliss k Co
la Chicago Tho Firrt National Bank
Oaaha Omaha National Bank
Sea Francisco The Bank California
AETEOTJY GODBE
Jlanagcr
5tt Lake City Fib 131879
S S jJIJPOSKTR1i
DESEHET NATIONAL BA
SALT LAKE CITY
Paid in Capital 200000
Surplus 65000
Vu II HOOP R PeJidet
a S ELURItDGB Vice Pres
IVsi JENNINGS I
FiSR210KZ LirlLE Directors
JOIIN SEAttP
SIOHOLS QROE BECK J
o B lULLS Cachter
CtCElVES DI3SITS PATAEU 03 CJHAJ8
Buys and Sells cha1C on New York San
Fraacisao Chicago St Louis Omaha
London unit priscioal Continental Cities
Mak Collections remitting proceeds
promptly
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Dr Co McLANES
LIVER PILLS
ire not recommended as a remedy for all the
ills that flesh is heir to but in affections of
the Liver and in all Bilious Complaints Dp
i > epsia and Sick Headache or diseases of
loot character they stand without a nvsL
ACUE AND FEVER
Xo better cathartic can be used prepara
oy to or after taking quinine
s simple purgative they unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
The genuine arc never sugarcoated
Each box has a redwas seal on the id with
l = impression McLANES LIVER PILL
rch Tnrapper bears the signatures of
f McLANE and FLEMING BROS
1 Insist upon having the genuine Ts
C McLANES LIVER PILLS prepared oj
FLEMING BROS Pittsburgh Pa
te marlet being full cf imitations of th
name jJTciane spelcd differertly bu
same pronunciation
Con hs Bronchitis and Consumption
What Wellknown Druggist say about
Allens Lung Balsam
MOTHERS READ
Oakland Station Ey
Gentlemen The dsmand for ALLENS LUNG
BALSAS is Increasing constantly The IsdUe
thini there is no medicine equal to It for Croup and
Iud Whooping CaugO
0 S MARTIN Druggist
Sold by all Medicine Dealers
1y y thI t eg Billiud and 1001 T b1r
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Tbcy sIn cturcrsilaitiKctcn iiAiootsWr4
PERSONAL
Suffer from indigestion
All the drastic dregs decline
Whit you need beyond all question
Is that remedy S dine
TAKRANTS wonderful AFERIEXT
Duplicate Seltzer Spring
Tonic Alterative Cathartic
Pure refreshing comforting
STETTIf 9
0SCELERRJE S
STOMACH
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Fortify the System
And jou are armed again diccaso The finest
tonic for this purpose is Hottcttcrs Stomach
Bitters which renders cigcstlon easy and corn
Die to counteracts biliousness and keeps the
bowels in order and aa genial and beneficent
are its eflacts that not only is the body ini o
rated and regulated by its isis but despondency
banished from the mind
± or sale by all Druggists and Dealers
generally
APPLICATION FOR PATENT
Notice No G03
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY Feb 2b 1S80
XfOTiCS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
NOTiCE
Ll Francis JP Pacoe whoso postoEice
address is Salt Lake City Uah hag made
application for a United tllates Patent for the
Emerald Mining Llnimsitoatoin KnshValley
inning District Joocle tounty Utah cm
toryconn6Unc of Thirteen iiucdrod tndFitty
Linear Feet of tho Lode and surface ground
Two Hundred Meet Tvme beice Lot No UJ
and doscr bed in tho Held notes aid plat of
tho official survey on tila in this oSce with
mazsctia variation at 17 ° east ss 10 lows
Comtancicg at the ditcovory monument
from which ito discovery incline in ere 97
feet deep bears 543 ° Beight loot distent
thenco S 7 ° W 6JU feet to a oint in tb
eoLtre of tho southern end line hence s t3 °
E 100 feet to Pest iol thoaco N 7 ° K
along tho eastern boundary 71773 feet to in
tersection of eastern end line or the First
Natiucal Mining C aim Lot Ao E9b 4b ° aj
W 20W feet from PoSt Ko 573j4l feat to
intersection of the northern lie of the Kirit
National Lot Ko 59 l3oJ feet to Post No 2
thence N 83 ° W aco feet to Post Nod
thecca S 7 ° W 5314 fet to intersection of
northern line cf the First National Let
59 J8J 12 feet to in erie ton of U e
southern lino of the first Nation Let
W 1 iJ feet to Post No 4 then o b 83 ° K
2tO feet ta Pot Wo I tho pae of bceiiicig
of eurfaco bounds c ztt Ion arc of 6 20
acres includm iho coclliat with the First
National Mining Cluim Lot No 6 u Area
in coLflict Kith First Nttiinsl Mining
Claim 06IHO0 cf an acre From Pest
No 4 U S M il No3 bean B 18 °
57 W 19S SS toot distant The ss14 mining
claim being of record in the office of tbo
Kccordor of aiJ Mining District at Sto k
ton in Tooele County Utah The concert
known locitijcs being the Firtt National
Mining Clan Lot 69 on tho west
Any tonG alt person claiming adversely
any portion of aid Emerald Mining Claim
are required to fits their adverse cUltrs
thereto with the negister of the United
Hats Land OEce at Salt Lake City Utah
within the mt day period of publication
hereof or they will be baned oy virtue 01
the provision and etatu10 of tho United
btatps in euch cues made and provided
Idiron that this notice be uubliabcdin
the Sail Lake Daily IIkS LD the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period ot sixty days
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BY QASKELL
In humble life are heroes bold
As eer have grnspd the sword
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Though bloodstained laurel cn their
brows
Gain rank nor praising word
On on through life they plod their way
Unknown midst strifes rough want
Content obscure to live aright
Winning but
unknown graves
The multitude who judgo by acts
Of darin high and grand
Neer look bpneta the fitful wave
That lays isle s moving strand
By outward pomp ar d fLow they juJge
AU by the utbful deed
Not by the upright soul within
But by the bcastful creed
Life oer is sweet nnd oft wo find
Hearts noble bold and strong
Who seek not fumes al uring nay
They seek to do no wrong
They live and labor to reform
Iho faults of those around
Unmindful of tbo scornful sneer
hereer in life tis found
Unknown Alt yes but what of that
In pence and joy they part
From earthly power and carthy rank
They ccek contented heart
They do what gocd they can to bless
To aid tin struggling
Tbey humbly bow at mercy shrine
And reverence Gods contrJ
AGRICULTURAL
1
Care oj Brood ioiw Brood EOVTB
houd always be cared for by one
person only BO far as it may be prac
ticable The danger w from oven
leedicg more than all things else
Whole gram for bioad cows is one of
the mot objectionable torts of lecd
that a BOW can be supplied with
because such food will lie btarily iu
the stomach prcducing fever mflam
mtition and a morbid desire lor some
chuogu uf diet which often inducts r
sow devour her young Dig For
severnl weeks prior to farrowing a
tow should be fed on cooked mial and
milk rnscb shmld be continued for
come time alter Ibis period 11 pota
toes and rest fire RKen i they should
be cooked belore they are 1J It I
ow has not the advantage eta yard
maim it conveniEnt to horn her out
an hour or two OVlT y day into grass
li a farmer always has a few lengths
of portable dIce about his premises
ho will find it handy on ninny occa
ion He can fence in a few rods of
grass for pigs CAlves or lambs as
required Alter ten or twelve days
the pig can be let out with tbe sow
Frequent feeding is better for the sow
than one or two large feeds per day
If she is weakly or eeema to have too
many pigs for her milk make a
ma 1J ot whey and bran or fkun
milk meal and bran und let tbe
pigs learn to eat aa soon as they will
come to the trough After tbe cow
bus become strong and her udder ex
hibitg no signs 01 feer it will be safe
to feed her three times a day all she
wil eat cf cooked mea1 milk and I
slope During cold weather when
sows cam ot haVe access to the ground
nor to grate it is an excellent practice
to paea some hay and cornstalks
through a fodder cutler for them
Such coarse and bulky feed will die
tend the stomach and bowels and
keep the Byetem in a healthy condi
tion Practical Farmer
Raising ZuiLeys Twenty fiw I
years age olmott every large farmer
livmc rut leo near to neighbors wa
in the habit 01 keeping turkey
ThE > were a great help in the way of i
destroying grasshoppers crickets and
other injurious insect which prey
uron tbe crops of tho garden and
field They usually rooetsd on trees
near tho farm building and after the
first few weeks from batching gave
very little troubc to the feeder and
afforded a good bunch of bank notes
for raying oil debts which might
come duo abctit Thanksgiving
Ghnalmna or New Year Of late
jears however the profits from tur
key railing have been much dimi
nished by a dseaso which attack the
birds at all ages from the time they
arc aa large ss quails till they are
fully grown The symptona are duil
nees pale skin on tho face and down
the neck an inclination to fit on the
ground or to lag behind when feeding
with the flock in the fields an H
y lIowish watery discharge from tht
bowels The birds usually live but u
few day after these eymptons are
observed They lose Ihr appetKtt
and grow rapidly weaker till they nrc
band dead on the ground near their I
usual haunts If they aro opened I
tne liver will be fouLd very much
enlarged and with numerous tuber
cles scattered over the surface It
seems to ba purely a disease of the
iver as the other organs in most
cages present a normal appearance
We have lost three fine floctB in years I
pact by this disease without knotting
any cure or preventive and many
others in various parts of New Eng
land have had a similar experience
iLd have conEequeutiy tbandonul
too raising of theee cboce buds
Charcoal end sulphur wo believe
tiave been recommended to be mixed
with the food but by the time the
dseiao shows itself it is net an easy
matter to administer medicines in
this way as the birds have little or no
appetite Looking at some fine large
nnd bcatbjlcokmg turkeys at the
Vermont State fair and discussibg
method of raising with Mr Charles
ilorce of Plamfield he stated that
lie Had been very successful in treat
ing tbi3 disease by giving red pepper
cinnamon And rhubarb m the form
of pils which can be easily given to
the fowls whether they have an ap
petite or not The rhubarb physic
mg in Us dIed on the bowels while
toe pepper and cinnamon warm up
the birds and stimulate action in the
digestive organs We have hd no
experience with this treatment but
tfiva it wholly on the authority of Mr
Mores Since turkeys have become
to scarce upon cur New England
farms grasshoppers and crickets have
increased to an alarming extent in
many localities Whole fields of
grass are sometimes eaten by grass
anppers especially the second cropa
jf clover of which ihey are particu
arly fcndKelD Ihigland Farmer
The Apiary At a cession of the
Michigan Beekeepers Association
be following paper was read by
James Heddon on the above topic
For desirable comba for brooding
lurpree I know of none so good at
bees honeycomb I know of no
utter way to get them built than to
put honey bees into a cavity empty
brx in times of a yield of nectar
Why emile at the statement because
it it i ola If novices go on in their
wild career of artificial beekeeping
the above method will toon be patent
able II you want all worker comb
in the brood chamber that want will
probably not be gratified We can
take two hives that are apart of each
kind of comb and by assorting them
get all the drone comb in one while
we will have the other complete with
orker comb but on a
later examination you will find
the corners and perhaps
larger parts of some of these worker
comb changed to dronesized cells
We cannot overthrow nature but we
can hedge it about sometimes to our
advantage Different colonies act I
differently in regard to this matter of
fine ana coarse cell building and
perhaps we will do well to try to bring
all colonies in to the natural maxi
mum point of workercomb building
This I find I can do to so great an
extent by the proper construction of
r nrirnj
tho hiva that any farther oatsipula t
hon to gRin thiS point is j impracticable
and time unwisely spent Further
1 doubt very much if it would ba wise
to keep a single colony entirely devoid
of drone comb I th tk I have LO
iced that stocks wlicn contained a
far amount of drones
proved
more
profitable than either thee that had
next to none or superabundance
other things being equal In regard I
to store combs m the bcxes if the
bees are guided by the right kind ol
wooden guide prrpeh spaced and
a honeybear be ued we wil find
mostly chEap choice store combo full
of honey and free from brnod and
beebreed TaRt i if we find any
thing in the boxes
Lecd Culture Bttl Possibly a few
words in reference to a little experi
ence in level culture may interest New
York Tribune readers Last season I
planted about the uame number of
hills of Equashee cucumbers and
melons cultivated them with care
but not one of the rquashe or melota
that were billed came to maturity
As I was anxious to prove the best
mode of culture I took the pairs to
transplant two lulls in the same sail
on a level with the surface One ot
these lived thrived beyond our most
sanguine hopes increased in size un
til it occupied a epuce ol twenty feet
square and its product was twenty
three large size squasbe averaging
from fifteen to twentythree pounds
each After resorting what we
wanted for family use I gold the rrat
at from 20c to 25c each realizing a
profit of about 5 and from this
showing it 13 natural to suppose that
had tbe others been near the earth
where the roots could have had the
moisture they needed for proper de
vtloprneLt the general rcsu t would
have been more faromUa Readers
who Lave never tried the level plan
of cultivation should try it on a small
scale and note the reeu t In a dry
soil the eetd should be placed deeper
and more thorough culture JtU
I beliiYf t < iHt tbe way uiture grows
trees and plans ie tho beet this lit
ling process is unknown ttiere ami Ii
shall in future cultivate the Toil as i
leel as pe8 ibo
TIe H > y CropfIt ia now estab
lished that tbe hoi crop of 1879 wa
about 10oO000 hogi abort Count
ing thEse at 200 pounds each rxknc
200000000 pounds which will be I
feltsconer or later when Con es hs
prc Stable employment given to I
laborers ol all kinds who tat pork
and ibo can easier pay for it this
year than formerly And ns soon us i
the crop paces from farmers Lvjde
we look for a large I adfancc making
princely fortunes for those wbo have
large stocks on hand And there is
but little doubt that summer and
early fall bog will command top
I niece and we think farmers shculd
be slow to sell their corn at the
present decline if they can possibly
feed lo hogs EUictesfuliy NVitb large
demand and a million deficiency
nothing rctjouable can defeat uu
adance in pork i
Egyptian CQrtIA correepoi dent I
of the Country Gentleman speaking
of the rbiliy of rice corn to with
stand drortb Fays Some of the
near relatives of corn stand drouth I
surprisingly well and nono better
than the newly introduced Egyptian
corn EO culled arpeei < ohor t > um
with sued nnd II cd panicle resembling
broom corn but with ttio seed stalks
curve I ill ill1 form of n hook Be
yond its nbil ty t taud drouth it
dan little or ho value beyond the peed
ol broom corn but to n country liable
to severe droutrn u must be a valu
able crop since it will ttnd Ji much
cent And droith te cotton
BOWRING BROS
1YCOLZ31LE POD ECTAIL
DEALERS in CALIFORNIA FRUIT
POULTRY
FISH FRESH EGGS BUTTER
A < D
GROOERIES
OF ALL KI JD3
a i r
Freli Truut and Salmon received Daily
1233 FIRST SOUTH STREET
Nobody Delivers Goods Quicker than we
THE TWO Cs
CREAM AND CANDY
I
GEO ARBOGAST
II
or TEE
OYSTER CROTTO
Makes the Finest Ice Cream in the country I
in the largest quantities and at the Cheapee
Price All orders promptly filled The Cara
mels bare become famous for their excellence
while other Candies are on a par Try me
myI2 CcO ARSOCAST
CClcbrlltcd Dra1ds
LARESTTOCKIUTA
7ttylish NobbJ anl
flu I tubsthntial Goods
0
IGEOE DUNFORDI
T9iE
I POPU1AR DEALER II I I
Boots ShOBS and 1ior fS
HATS CAPS AND
A j
CLOVES I
l 0 I
Never hu there been EUfh
ail array cl above arUclea
in thll = ket
PRIS LDW
FARMERS AND GfiRDErlER5
Wil do well to see the New Stock
of Grass and Garden
SEFlDS
Just Arrived at
T CArmstr DS GrafnandFBBg
31 First South St Box 340
a DU
M1JU7 JBKK OT
fron Gates and Fencing Iron Doors and
Shutters or Fireproof Buildings Iron
Fencing for Cemetery Lots Combina
tion Fencoa of Iron and Wood lIOn >
Stairs and Iron work in general
FACTORY
Cna Block West of White ITems ned one
Block South of Townssad Hotue
SALT LAKE CITY
PO Box in M
ktit 10 11
Aucoo1e iclOU6 Pln tor
TKE ORIGINAL AND ONLY
GENUINE Their high decree
perfection has been secured
teller years of experiment
Composed ol the CSIOICEHT
Gnius and Eatracih We snnr
antee them the BEST external
remedy a27
Tho Best Purgativa and Brood
Purifier
BRANDKETHS PILLS
PURELY VEGETABLE
One or two every iifghfin ten
days cure Costiveiiefc4 arid Dys
pepsia
Taken nU tin empty hiomnrli
they never nauseate or enamor
Sold by all Druggistsa2i
a2i
t = = <
TKU1HS
I
f Hop Hitters are the Purest
ii and Bet Bitters
1 I Ever nude
They are compounded from Hops Burl
llanclraie and Dandelion tbe oldest brat L
and most valnible medlclnra in the world t
and contaIn all she best and crust Curative F
properties of all other Hitter being the
greatest Blood Purifier liver Regulator and
I M Life and Health Keotonng Agent on earth
5 No dieeue or ill health can portlbly long
exist where these Bitter are med so varied
und perfect are their operations
They give new life and vigor to the aged
and infirm To all whose employments
i cause Irregularity of the bowels or urinary
c J organs or who require an Appetizer Tonic E
b and mid Stimulant these iiilters are in
valuable being highly curative tonic and5
stimulating without intoxicating
No matter what your feelings or symp
toms arc what the disease or ailment use
Hop Bitters Dont wit until you are sick I
I but if you only feel bad or miserable use the J
Bitter at once Jt may taio your life
Hundreds havo been saved by BO doing
ty SOt > TE will b e paM for A eras
they will not core or help
Do not Buffer yourself or let your friends
suffer but use and urge them to use Hop
Bitters
I Remember Hop Bitters is viledrngsed K
drunken nostrum but the Purest and Best j j
Medicine ever onsde the InMlIda Friend j
and Hope and no person or family should f
be without thom Try tho Bitters today j
Try Hop Geugh Cure and
Pain Relief
5
MIL I LINER Y
J G BROOKS
Having jut returned torn New York
invites Merchants and Milliners to
come and inspect his immense
Stock of
MILLINERY
nobnal J VJiitll
Ladies Misses Chuidf8ll Snits
CIRCULARSAND
AND DUSTERS
Ladies and Childrens Underwear
Real Hair Switches ned all Novelties of
the Season
i
77 MAIN STREET
Next door North of Deseret Bank
miO
JOSL1N PARK 1
1NUFACTURJNO
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Keep the Lirrjes Stock in Utah ofj
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
OHAINS
DhAnOriD LJE PlS
DIAMOND SETS
DIAMOND RINGS
ETc ETC ETC
SOLE Gmr FOK
Jo HN SON S
Patent Easy FittiBg EyeGlasses
Main Street Salt Lake City
BED cAirYor >
nO K PBm i
Aid VEI3Ell
aO L
THE OnLY RELIABLE KAH8ET FPD
LUKP ISSOBTED AnD EGG COAL
Largo stock always on hand and ftili
weight jjuarantcxid
Priced low end special attention giver
to the wants of the public
Oi7rI Desarei Bank Block
20 A GOULD ZQt
BENEDICT HALL CO
lA UP ACTUrtERJ
tED
WHOLESALE DEALER9
It
BOOTS SHOES
134 and 136 Grand st New York
Coiner Crosby one blocK cast of Broad
way d14
HENRY WACENER
Aztt Lake Cily Utah
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
Lager Beer Ale ana Porter
Wholesale and Retail
econd South Street three doors est of
this Elephant Store ra2S
SALT LAKE CITY BREWERl
IILtUFACTUBEES 01
Lager Beer
Oar extensive premises are now com
plate for the manufacture of Laser Beer
With the best fucilitie for making and
storing our stock we are prepared to
upply
BOTTLED OR KEG BEER
That cannot be excelled if equaled
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
KEYSER MORITZ
tL
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tiuaroUAIHTSD WITH THE GEOGRAPHY
VM IS UAC9geE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP
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Is Tr GT ONNFCTING LINK BETWEEN TIlE EAST TIlE WFc
55 ILTIC runs 1rm thcago to ountil Thnrnm Cars foreating purp
Fai na ttr sri 5set Ottawa La atie reat featire nf our takscv C nr
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I v < i With branches from Bureau and Missouri rivers at all p i it <
1 11 Vilin JunctIon tO ttusrs line and transfersire avo h I I at i
zt n Iiirfleld fcldon Belknap Kansas City Leavcnworth nt I
t 5tr 11 eton Trenton GalleOn Came necttons belnfrmade ID Unto i l >
r L i erth Atchison and Kansas City THE PRINCUAI K IS > NM T
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t lup5nlest Man Otlumw Eddy At CHIC VCO with all dlVLO nsr rIe r 5
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At W ismGxo > HEIGHT vri u pAt
5 t li rr I hi Is p itivcly the only
Ici < via ami opcates a throusti L K it
I iis 0 Ci i 5 OS > ml the Mato > f Kansas At I VMIE with ilL Coil R P I
iil jo 1iHnBtr 1 rains with Poll Atrrotsiatls 1 P 5 1 i1
m S ic ar ifulietl nrenin rich way daily W HI MIst iniT l V 5to
I I i s > anti 1 fcoi IA KtNStS CITY At KlKK 1tAND With Ms von t
r i tint P 1E ssnoRTH and ATCHI Isiand hnrt Line and Uo < k 1 r t
SON i t lit i nnals > ruiiUHTeeiiMilw u AtL > txpoirrtii the l > a ct > t
and CM ttl K K
Set arI I n > l iCy yin tho ihlwauSee
WET1 IBEBTT with theB I
i a hiul hurt liss At a
bIs tilStL Rock llaud 1s3 magnificently Atdi INNELU with entnl Iss il
eqnirl It rat bed w simply penises audIts Atl > MoiM with I M tf 5 li l
tiK ni Id with steel luiU Atiu I U LlFSwitU Lin i ls I
AtOMAv wihBil > Itltit i
of p yur menu while paiiie Tcr the AH OLCMBl sJCNCTION with B < si
1 i rs ne > < f Illinois an J Iowa la one of At OTTl Mir A with leutrat I w
r5 Va555tCflt IininE Cars that accompany all Stliirac and lty l i <
tr i lxprea4 Trains Yu geL an entire Al KEOKLfc with ToL 1 < M
Sc r nnlai tt in eU in any firstclass hoil Loots A taO and St I h s
AtCAMEBOV wish it r T U
1 e < vsn tyOce CCIt
iin the 11 < that a majority of the AtATCHWON WIth JisiL 5 s
rdiJTorent Atch NebatKlt enKr I l 1 I
pose rrfr Pteruie i irniPiiK t
purl > is l5l tC mm erioe iu cnCr busmei At 1 EA ENWUKTIl tit 1
of t i 11 Ir sssrifltiflr i5 i we are plaet t an tent K HK
nwcth tli ttimimny runs 1nlnuin Jllace AtKN ASCTTT W ia ni 1 1 c
t 5 5559 tuJ lor slecjimg purpoSeS and JuUte s anafcuutrwt
rit3SVV PALACE CARS are run throiich ti PC5t1A
< O CIJU UlAFSa IiA > S VS CJTY ATOIHf 0 aelhFil
icicti via thl Line Unoxvn an tho Great 1toeI Lsrsat liou
sl r ctct Acenti lu Ihs United States and Canada
Tcr Information not cbtolaa lo at yoci home ticket office sl J
A I51IflALL atj y
Genl Superintenfizut I a
J
Utah Snnthern Railroad
OX AJID A3TEB
JUNE 13 1STO
aoRta BOOTH
k 10 IQ 0
run of 6 tion I
la g a01 jZ 1
1 TBAUN uAV m
BaltLko i 7Q 730
Morgan 7 18 S 00 5C
Germsnia 7 22 8 10 50
Lovoodllhl 7 28 8 20 60
J unction 7 37 8 35 n
ARRIVE LT
Sandy 1 740 545 So
LEYzt t I I
Sandy I 7 551 950
Draper 1 8071010 1110
LehJ 8441120 165
American Fork 8 fi6 11 35 1 BO
Piewut Grove 9 08 11 501 1 95
Provo 93712451 1 250
SprinilJ 9 53 1 1 i 2 75
Spanish Fork 10 0811 35 8 tO
Pay501 10 32 15 13 SO
SJUltnqmn 110 50 2 4 3 76
Monn 1126 345 435
Nephi 11 CO 1 2 Ii 75
Chicken Creek12 SO 5 3 1 550 i
GOING N0RT
IlOmJ I
1 1 0
Name of Station d f f
Ii 1 z z 1 l
rnAiHsrnixz palnm Sc
Chicken Creek 1 00 7 50 1 I
Nephi 1 40 9 00 75
Mona 204 9010 115
Saoaqcin 2 40 10 50 1 75
Payson 2 55 1115 200
Spanish Fork3 19 11 00 2 ro
Springville3 w 12 20 2 7f
Provo 3491245 80C
Pleasant Grove 4 22 1 40 8 55
AmcriC3ll Fork 4 84 1 55 370
Lihi 4 46 210 385
Drpw 526 320 450
ALL AT Sandy 340 465
Leavo Sandy I 5 40 4 45
Junction t 5 45 1 00 1 75
Lovondohls I 5 55 5 10 1 00
Germanin 6 02 5 2D 5 00
Morgan 6 07 530 5 00
ImATSa1tLcl 625 600 550
Noolend 2 m be run dclly
No 3 and 4 will be ran dilly sun
days excepted
For till Information concerning Freigbl
cr Puazage apply to
JUIES SHARP
Gen Freight and Ticket gecn
JOHN SHARP
SHAltBupe
SnpeintADdQlt
UTAH WKSTEIDf RAIL W Y
0 orated by Trte for Bondliord6il
Bondliord6ilI I
On and alter
MONDAY OCT 18th 1879
and until further coifca
rilE UTAH WESTERN RAILWAY Uiiw
will run daily Sunday oiccpud 11 w
lows
LMYO Salt Lake City at 700 ara
L Io Bisht at 7ill am
Leave Chambers s < 800 nm
Arrive at Lake Point at S 30 am
Leave Lafcopoint at 856 s nt
LeiTo Halfway Home at 9 13 aaa
Leave Tboola City ai 939 am
Arrive ci Xriainai at 10 3U a n
LeaTO Terminus at 1210 pK
IreaTO Tocele City at 1245 pn
LeiTo Halfway IIuQie at L15 paM
Leave Lakopcint at 1 40 pm
Leave Chambers at 210 pm
Leave Brighton at 260 pm
Arriro Salt Lake City at 310 pn
Ko Freight received after 1 p m
Fare to Lake Point and return KSO day
SL25e Children aadcrTen 86c
W W BITER Manager
H J RICHARDS
Surgeon and Physician
Office at the Drug Stoa of H J
Richard Co 13 East iernple street
11
17STEWART
STEWART
Cclcbraisd
BRUSHES
von
PAnrnmaKALSOnNER8
KAlSOiONEKB
WBITiWASUt8
IIOR tr
tan Gznnzis Fsaarr Uan
For Sale Wholesale and Retail by
Z ClrI L Grocery and DrugDepat
lUrun Godb PittJt Co
S P Tcaadel
Moon KImball it Lsirrsaee
Mesas Day A Co
llcun J7zarJenalaa Benz
Oamlmrtoa t Co
aF Calmer
Culmer81XtTART BROa CO
a2 Pitt COp
E H r FRESHMAN BROS
Advertising Agents
186 W Fonrth St CINCINNATI
Arc catSoriiji to receive adveittosaoat
irthU paper
slimatej for lUhed freo upon rphaiti8a
QCLSend two ircjii for Advcrtiisn M oaca >
Utah 1eBinii RHn
PIOHESB LINE 051 UTAI
On and After JTovtatcr 41S78
f
Name Station I I
Zo
i I
7SAIKB UUTS I a Df p E5 I
SItLaka 7 00 8 4 4
WoodE Ore ° z 7 25 4 to
Oeatreville 7 83 4 It 7
Yarnsiaion 7 5C 1 SS I
KayJUe S 2 4
A1UUTB
I
Ogden J 0 10 14 4
as
Nun of SUUoa 3
StaUoaZ I S 7 5
i
TUniS LEAVE a a ji n i J c
Ogden 1 S 40 f
ILaysville 10 311 2
Farxninztoe1Ob t5
Centreville11 04 7 I J
CentrevilleCrow
GWcodJ Crow 11 IS 7 1
ABBITX AT
LakO111 s
vPaainc Plae
M S K EDT R A S J
YLJ 5 RUSt Dl1iLi
Sand1V siepn
Leaving Salt Lake C tt nt 8 4 1
arriving in Ogden nt 11 50 am 1 nv
Sat Lake Ht5Oo pm arriving if Ijl
at 820 pm havirg Ogden stC f Ii
arriving in Suit Lake City at 10 au
leavif g Ogden at 3 30 pm Mlivr
Salt Lake City 645 pm
JS For all Information crcrr
Fraigbt or PMBSKe apply to
JAMES SHARP
Gen Frt Tkt AS t
JOiiJ SHALl Supeririead nl
UTAH SOUTHERN IIAftAOD l
EXTENSION
5 S 4
OK AMD AFTER
NOV 4 1879
GOING NORTH
4U i
i
zs i I I r
TRAINS IKAVJC I c
DeereL 700 1 m I
Ritierside745 9 50
1emminafou 915 I 27 15
Mills 1086 II I 43 250
Aurve iT
Jut 1120 h 52 300
r
GCUIG 5ICUTH
Stations z cic I 2 i
fTRAl L1UIt c
Juab 13Opm
Mills M 215 II 9 50
Lstnnminoei 35 25 150
Rivereidli 5G 43 O
AHRIVEAT
Deeer8t 550 u I 52 3CC
I
I
I
I
Noa 1 and 2 will be run dir
For all information tparucf
Freight and Passng apply to
JU8 SHAR
Gen Freight and Tkkf t ACr r
JOHN SHARP
SHARISupfrintmlft
Saperintccde
UTAH L NORTHERN IIiL1 H
On and after Nov 30 1879
Northward Station I kutbvi
1
6 30 PM Ogden 8 c5i
8 00 U Brigham I 74 °
9 40 l Summit I 6 15
1055 II Logan 25
12 10 A3f Franklin 3 55
7 30 Blackfoot I 900
1 10pat Beaver Cafion 2 55
PA86ESOSR TARIFF
Distances and Fares from Ogden <
Ilarrlsvjllo1 i S S 25Si = iUifield 7 f
LtTIllAKrl IFu L 4
lii 7t5 IlrankJi1
Brizha 2IIO Battle CrHS I
aIfIFortII1A1 win Creek I <
UoneyviUeM aa 166 I Oneida
Dnuvllk 38 l9s Port Scnfr r
Collinton 43 215 Roes Fork t i
Suenrnit 8 2 00 BlMkfott i
Mendon = t U B gle Keek
Togan 60 3Oi CamP
2
UydePark 6 3 eevexC4
A Freight Train goitg Nort tea fJtlldt
daily Sunday e C8Ptfdat9Z > a mo
linovOlJ Meaday Wednesday and F I
an 30 am Bl kfoofover Iulday Jba
dar and fczlUdttT at 8 Oam We r f1
Scale leaves B aor Canon everY t
We < l sdy sod Krlday at 8 Fs a m >
foot every Tutcdsr T hnrsdaT a f aJr
at 7 W am franklin daily Sundays elt
rented at 910 am arriving an 111 II
535 pm
pmOEO W THATCHER SUpt

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