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TIlE SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
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VOL XI SALT LAKE CITY WEDNESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 15 LO NO ins
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i PRODUCE MARKET
t Following are the ruling wholesale
c baying prices in Bait Lake City
I GRAIN Wheat 75 SOc bushel
Barley seed 125 > cwt Oats 175
Pcwt
FLO OB XXX old SL35 tl250i
XXXX fold W60 275 Pcwt
POTATOES < 3 > 40c V bubel
SHELLED CORN 125SlS5cwt
BRAN 1100 Shorts fl10 V cwt
WOOL Choice Fleece 1820c V Ib
HIDESPrime Flint 10c14c V B
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Following are the latest quotations
of flour grain wool etc in the San
a Francisco market
t f1FLOURSupprflnei3 2 j Bakers
4 Jixtra S500512i Family ExtraK
t fo 25 WallaWalla extra 4 60 1 7i
bbl
i WHEAT No1 1 50 150 No
I 2 145150t ctl
BABLEY Feed 87J85cfor > Coast
t aadOOc 1 forBay Brewing 1551 25
J cwt
j OATS Quotable all 20 5145P ctl
t Feed
1 CORN Quotabln at 1 20 1 25 for
Large Yellow 1121 8 t 1 25 for Small I
and SOc tll for Vtme fell
1 HIDEa Dry Hides usual selections
Flint 3SJ lOc Dry Kips 19 J95c
l Green Salted heavy steers over 551bs
lOic do under 65 lbs lOci Kips lOic
Calfskins 10 12c
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t ART BAZAR
SAVAGES ART BAZAK
Leading Fbotogjaphlc and
Fine Art Emporium
i East Temple Street
J GROCERIES FRUIT ETC
FRED G LYNGBERG
I ilallorja Celebrated Oysters
12 Pint South Street
U LUCAS MEAZIN
1 Groceries Fruit etc
1 First South Street
1 BOWRING BROS
Groceries Fruit etc
lint South Street
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
GEO CAKELESS
Pianos Organs and MusIcal Merchandise
1131 First South Str e
4 PICTURES ETC
PICTURES
Picture Frames and nldlngs
Savages Art Dozer
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WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
rpHB PROPRIETORS TAKK PLEASUKK
JL in announcing > e the public that the
have remodelled end refined the llot < sl
Toe Dining Rooms are tpaotons and tho beat I
of Meals will be toned night and day
Single Hesli SOc
Hot Lunches as per card 25c
BOOB aad Jlord 915O to 93 per day
10 to 912 per week
Board 7 per week
The Bar has bern removed to tho north 01
the Hotel and four Billiard Tblej added for
the accommodation of corals and is now
opon A PODLECH S CO
CLIFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE OUT
Board nd Rooms from 150 per day
and from 8 per week
S C EWIf4C
lP I Pronriater
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrew U 3 Brlxen Proprietor
I I D
N > R TUB NEW STANAGEMKNT
UNI lanr teG g
U this cnrel l and popular hMe baa been
renovated And thoronehly repaired for the
reception of gaests
Kates per day 5150 to 52 per wIclr
tS to 10 according to rooms
Board per week 7
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UTAH CONTRACT COKPAHY
Office So IZZVA First South St Salt
Luke City lOBox431
Undertake and encate on the boost
terms and la the shortest tim either or all
rf tho work of Io4tin grad ag brligiss
tttiDc trof > c and e < i ilppinc Strain Horse
er other Ii IliWAYa Loctme nd con
truetinx wmoa road canal reservoirs
aqueducts Urn etc latnc out and lra1ing
nrcet oP tlkp raradi croandt and race
tracks ei rtin building loondatioBS
collars dr iuf eta u well as every and all
other kinds of work requiring the removal t
earth travel cement stone etc etc
ATDORE1IUS Sept
PETERSEN THE BUTCHER
UAS ALWAYS ON nASD THE BEST OF
HAS
1l Meats In Season and asH as cheap aa
anybody Sausages are his great specialty
Dont forget the place 1225 First South Street
fcocond Butcher Shop west or Mam Street s29
DAVID EVANS
LICENSED
PLUMBER I GlSFlfFER
1214 Second South Street
Residences fitted up for Gas Hot and
Cold Water Bath Sinks Water
Closets Wash Basins etc in
the most approved manner
Special Attention given to Jobbing
Lean Orders with JE Evans nuuu OESce
Mldglejrs Paint Shop or at Uefldence Third
East li t31 and 1th South IrS
1 th h9 as t Dilliz1d 61ld rool 1 Tab1w
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cozTaxrts
HOPS BCCI1U iADrtUE
DANDELION
LcD = PC5TLD DESTMzeic4L Q1ZZTtze or
AIL omJIt IInnns 1
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AU Diseases of tho Stomach Bowels Blood Liver
Kldnejs and Urinary Organs Jierrocsness Sleep
lessncn and Cfpccioflj Female ConplalaU
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a S1000 IX GOLD
Vffl bo pitd f or a case thcjrtn not core or help or
IforonytMnsImpure orlojorlonsfoondIn them
1 isiyourilrccsist for Hop Blttcs cad try them
LcforoyoaElcp Tale no other
nor Oocpi CXBi Is the sweetest safest and b t
Ask Children
Tbe Hor r J > for Stomach Uvcraad KUnsjls j >
rior to an others Cures by absorption Ask druggist
IXLClsanoleolateaadlrrcdsUbleciirefardraiil
enness nso of oplnm tobacco and narcotics
n Send for circular LXafl
A1 > onIOlJb IIP Ditl < nWC4 RDchakrST
Pr Sale at zCM I and Gidbe Pitts
Co8 Drag Stores
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HARRIS ItEMEDYCO IWO CHEMISTS
wkt dOtIiMtPOtt sT LOm8f
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NEV ONE PRICE TORE
FURNISHING DOLMANS
GOODS CLOAKS
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FANCY HOSIERY
FANCYGOODS
GOODS GLOVES
DRY GOODS CLOTHING
Boots and Shoes
AND 2fOTIO IsT S
THE MOST COMPLETE BrOCK IN THE CITY
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REMEMBER I WE ARE STRICTLY ONE PRICE n 1 I
re Prompt and Polite Attention Our Role et
CT 3D IFAIRiMIIEliR
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Read the RECORD of the NEWTON WAGON
FOR THE LAST ELEVEN MONTHS
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We have sold EIGHTY WAGONS since September 1879 end out of the Entira Lot
Not One Tire has been Loose
Wot One Hub Band hay been Loose
Not One poke has been Loose
Not One Thimble has been Loose
Not One Wheel has Failed
Only One Axle BrokeThat at Silver KeefCir
cumstances Unknown
Only One Tongue Broke That Caused by a
Runaway
We are free to admit that the NEWTON WAGON COMPANY in tho
year 1878 underestimated the sorority of our country and climate onwagcns and
sent ai torn defective material We arcs just M honest in believing that the wagoas
we have received ia the years 1879 and 1880 are the best that have ever been sold in
Utah of any one make
Our repairs for the last Eleven Months have consisted in 3uy Chains Singe
trees Clevises Seat Hooks Bolts Etc Etc and have not cost us more than 5
Every Wagon is i Warranted both by the manufacturer and the agent for
One Year The purchaser is authorized to have Repairs Made at Our Expenee
should the material or workmanship prove faulty
We keep n Full Stock of Farm end Freight Wagons and Wagon Material
ySf Before Purchasing a Wagon do not fail to See the NEWTON
AGENT FOR
WEIR PLOWS AND HARROWS I
JOHNSON REAPERS AND MOWERS
BRADLEY HAY RAKES
SCRAPERS SEED DRILLS ETC
R WARNOCK
Corner Est of the Theatre
EPH SCOTT Traveling Agent
August 12th 1850
JOHN W LOWELL
FISH WAGONS BUGGIES AND PHAETONS
MoGOBMZCK MAGHII
The Celebrated J L Case Threshing Slaclsiises
Either Eclipse or Apron with Woodbury or Pitt ITonnted or Down Powers
The J L Case Chilled Plows Steel Beam
Plows ana Harrows Avery Gang Sulky
and Walking Plows Cultivors Etc
KELLY STEEL BARB FENCE WiKfi
Both Painted and Galvanized
1 KEEP NONE BUT
FIRSTCLASS GOODS AND GUARANTEE ALL I SELL
16r Send for Price List to
JOHN W LOWELL I JOHN W LOWELL I JOHN W LOWELL
OGDEN SALT LAKE CITY I Terminus ONRR
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C Ltpt in stock
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HENRY WAGSNER
Salt Lake City Utah
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
lager Beer lie and Porter
TTholesUo and Retail
booond South Street three doors east of
the Elephant Store m23
SALT LAKE CITY BREWERY
SIAKUPACnJESBS OJ
Lager ises
Our extenslce premIses are now com
plete for the manufacture of Laser Beer
With the best facilities fur making and
storing our tack we are prepared to
Supply
BOTTLED OR KEG BEER
That cannot be excelled if equaled
EAUEFACTION GUARANTEED
KEYSEBMORIT7
Ulay be found on
THIS PAPER Geo I
Rowell fc Cos Ivew paper Adertising
Bureau 10 Spine St > where advertising
contracts may be mae for it in NS
TURK
BED CAITTOR
BOCK SPrTGr
BOCKAnd
And lrlEBER
CO AL
THE ORLY RELIABLE HiRKET FOD
LUfi 4SSOBTED AnD EGG CD5L
Large Block alwE on hand and fa
weight jpaarantoed
PTICM low and special attention irlvsa
to tho wants of the public
Orron Deoer6t Bank Bloc
l r c I t
JOHN HA4PSA
TAILOR
JFoxr Soars Wet of Wlale Rouse
r EW ARRIVAL3 OF FALL AND
WSSTER GOODS
Give If ina a Call
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TELEGRAPHIC
What Grant has been Paid
Chicago ISInter Oceans Washing
I ton The treasury will reply to Myers
resolution that it hai paid Grunt in nil
about half million dollars The idea i
to diCouraga pensioning him for life j
Generous Gilts
Philadelphia ISTho Ledgers New
York correspondent says GOT Cham
xjrliJD of dame now in town makes
public the fact that Mickiy the Cali
fornia millionaire and a wealthy citizen
of Philadelphia Lave given f 50000 och
for the cndowmmt of uowdom College
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Dashes
New York 14The Steamer Republic
brought 250000 gold the GalUa
582000
ExCongreEEman John D Lawon
having declined the presidency of the
tax commissioners the mayor nominated
Henry E Hoffknd republican and he
was confirmed 15 to G I
I The Cnuilons Pope
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Rome liThe Pops at a secret con
sistory yesterday delivered his allocu
tion speaking with some severity of the
uOering3 the church it undergoing in I
different countries He made verv dll
tmct allusion to condition of attains in
France but his words were prudently
chosen so as to not give any government
handles
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A New Kind Hamlet
Now Ycrk HNe1lie Bolbrcok of
See Francisco made her appearance ai
Hamlet at the Windsor Theatre before a
large audierce las night She was
warmly received boirgcalltd before the
curtain several tunif The papers criti
zisA her favorably With the exception
of D W Wnllor as the shoal and
Imogene Vivian as Gertrude her sup
port is wcak
r
Grant til BKhluClon
Wasbingon 13 GnEral and Mrs
Grant armed from New York with Mrs
Jesse Grant and toe exMexican minis
ter A committee of Boya in Blue con
fiflinj ol Generals Logan Burnt de
Hawley and C P Ciaiidill uf Oregon
with fevtrul hundred Boy in Blue met
bm formed a procession and escorted
him it Central heals Ho will be pub
itt ly rcceivod tDmorrorr
r
Snlrlnn
New York 13 Salrina the famous
Italian tragedian began n short engage
met in this ci y this evcnin appearing
at Booths tre tro in Othello An
audience remarkable far inelluent ap
preciation cotup otoly filled the houe
end gave the great actor most hearty
welcome Be WWI recalled four times at
the close of the third art and at the
close the home cross und cheered
Moral BTover Writes Letter
Paris 14 A great subject of interest
here is the newspaper t > rftire between
Rothc fort and Gam belt In consequence
of Rocheforid persistent atuio of jam
betta the latter indirectly ia sed certain
letters to be published in which Koche
furl when under arrest for participation
in the commune sought in humble terms
the mediation of GttmbetU and General
Zrochu in his favor Rochefort in his
letters diavowed his connection with
communists
British Bits
London HIt ii understood that gov
crnment is considering the propriety of
adopting a system of a grand committee
as a means of relieving the presuro of
business inthe House of Common
The bullion withdrawn from the banks
today 131000 is all for America
All mmitors were present at the cab
inet council today
Hanlon Las coromencrd tiaining fur
the match with Laycock on January
17th
Fatalities
Cbiesso 14NucSr special from
Independence Mo LInt night Mrs
James Jones wile of a wealthy farmer
attempted to fill a lighted lamp with
kerosene when both the lamp and can
exploded causing the almost instant
death of her two children aced iwpect
ively C years and 6 month Mrs Jones
was burned so terribly that she died in a
few hours
Columbus 0 14 A boiler in Bakers
car works exploded with len ific farce to
day Two young men Win Campbell
and Jno Campbell Wire badly scalded
and althruh they walked half mile to
a doctors officn and had their wounds
dressed they were both dead thirty
minutos afterwards
Another Disaster as Ktellar
ton
Halifax HThere was another explo
son at Cage Pit Stellarton this morn
ing about 8 oclock followed in a few
minutes by it second blast A strong
force of men is oa hand to explore the
dnmaje at tbo earliest po sibla moment
About 9 oclock a third explosion occur
red It is not believed any lives are lost
ns no miners were known to be
in the pit work not having been
begun since the list explosion in
Ford Pit No one has yet been into the
mine to accrtsin the extent of the dam
age Alter damp has been too Etrong to
allow of exploration
SHlarton 1410 oclock Cage Pit is
on fire now and dense volumes of smoke
arc arising
SIi um T 3Ingulro In Trouble
New Y < rk 14 Bnrtlfcy Campbell
tticutrcal manager ntd dramatist ha
cumnierctd a suit in the marine court
against thomas Mnguire his agent for
the State of California to recover tI 50
The complaint states that llsguira WAS
authorized to license in that state the
performance of Campbell two plays
FKiriar and Galley Save on b < 1 >
previous payment of a certain sum =
rnomv to Jnmcs CNil Campbell
financial Rgent in Sn Francisco
ulajiiire it is charged produced the
pty mskirg over 1000 only 450 of I
whuh ho paid ONoil The action is
brought to recover tho balance Crimp
bell applied b Judge bheridin for an I
oder of arrest against Maguire urging I
that the latter is i a nonresident and that
he had converted to his own use the
baance referred to Maguire was ac
cordingly arre ted and subjected to
5 7000 bail
Criminal Calendar
St Petersburg 3The Russia re
ports that roluaoff an important poli
tical criminal and former lieutenant of
the Imperil Guards has been arrested
and a number of feditions paprs and
phot graphs ornihiluts recently executed
found on him
bt Lsuh 13Thirteen citizenao Ex
eter Mo were arrested for train robbing
on the St Lou and san Francisco Rail
road I
London UJosolh T Ap on oc
retary oithe Metropolitan Railway Com
pany and Provident Savings Bank i
arreite in Philadelphia charged with
being a defaulterfhss been sentenced to I
five years pcnul rervitudp
New York 14 Edward Reinbardt is I
sentenced to hang on January 14th fr
wife murder I
ChLag 14 Enest A Thomalen
he stamp clerk in the inernl revenue
office her has absconded wth 37c6
belong g to the depsrtment being
money which he as deputy received for
the tae internal revenue stamps Ho
has been in the office several years and
W fiR truted implicitly
Dublin HTb men charged with I
the murder of Boyd near R ss in i
August last have been tent to Kilkenny
assizes for trial
AI > > AlPBOACHING A CRISIS
The Situation ia Ireland
Growing More Serious
London ISThe Press Association
cay it learns arrangements are being
mode to tend 5000 men to Ireland II
necessary
I The Standard says Forster has again
I allowed himself to bo talked over by hi
colleagues and another month grace is
to be allowtd Irish criminals to complete
htir work of ruin The cabinet has re
used Forsters demand for coercion The
Standard severely condemn Fonter fur
opt resigning in view of the foregoing
circumstances
A news agency reports that the head
of tho criminal investigation department
visited Gladstone yesterday from which
t 1 is supposad a special detachment of
jondon policeman will be sent to Ito
trend Another cabinet council will be
acid tomorrow
The jEVeuu denies that the cabinet was
summoned hastily und says the notices
for the council on Monday were issued
on Friday There wat no new ftate of
acts to pro < > it t > tbs minIsters After a
minute study of the situation the min i
liters coLcludsl thai iio immediate i need
existed dir authorizing the Irish
executIve to go beyond the existing law
or for lumraouinc Parliament to sanction
new reprisiivo laws but it was clearly
greed that unless the Etate of Ireland
materially improved by the 6th of Janu
ary coercive measures including a
suspensi n of the habeas corpus act
should be introduced They will bo in
troduc however in conjunction with
remedial propojnls which will if pos
sible tak the snnpo of a bill but may
take thai of resolutions affirming the
principles of the scheme These condo
sio3 were the unanimous expression of
the opini n of the cabinet
The Times says The issue of the
me ting of iho cAbinot is to introduce a
bill imuioliately on the opening of the
etsion t > giveg vernmentoxtrordin
powers for the maintenance oflaw and
orden in Ireland Suspension of the
habeas corpwt act will necessarily form
part of such measure The message from
the throne will call attention to the ter
rible conditi In of Ireland ana will re
commend extra jrdm > > ry pt wors for the
rcprasiun of disorder The declaration
of a remedial policy of goVernment will
be made eimulttnoous with the pro
poiitl for Lo cion The land bill I
cannot ba ready by the opening of
Parliament but a declaration of its
leading prin iples will be made We
believe fixity ot tenure wil be one of the
chief proposals government Tho reso
lution t > introdu < f Coercion bill us oon
as Parliament mi uu es not exclude re
course to cxtrairdinuiy powers before
hen if ncCBtsarr
Dublin 13It U i rumored that gov
ernment is about to arrest the leaders of
the Land League and magistrates ao
about to be armed with extraordinary
powers
The first part of the ceremony of striking
ajury for the trial of the travenera took
place yeiterday Fortyeight tame
wereiolectod Each party will strike oil
twelve names from the fortyeight on
Thursday
New York 14 Worlds London The
course pursued by Mr PArboil which
means homerule or nothing has forced
government to x step which is not un
likely to cause bloodshed in Ireland be
fore many days here was a prolonged
meeting of tho cabinet today which was
ominously preceded by an interview be
twean theDuke or Cambridgecommandcr
inchief the forces and Childers secre
tory of war It is not considered proper
to fay what occurred at that interview
but you can form sour own conclusions
from the result of the cabinet meeting
which immediately followed Mr Pots
tee chief secretary for Ireland came
hurriedly to London a day or two ago
and demanded that coercive rneasuns
should be at once put in force in Ireland
It ii asserted at the clubs tonight in
spite of rumors to the contrary outside
that the ciiinet decided today to use
all the power of the government crush
the Lan Lngue 1 movement in Ireland
This result has been so entirely unex
pected of late that there is the
greatest excitement at the West End
and a stranger to London visit
ing the 1all Mall Clubs tonight
would assuredly conclude that we are in
the midst of civil war Troop for Ire
land a cry first started by the followers
of Lord Beaconsfield can now be beard
on every side and I shall be very much
surprised orders i are not at once isau < d
without waiting for the next cabinet
meeting this week to send every avail
able soldier across St Georges channel
Having overcome all petty scruples about
the duty they owe to Ireland the govern
ments purpcse is to show that unfortu
nate country at once that they are not to
be laughed at The Queen will certainly
and immediately be asked to exercise the
royal prerogative and suspend the writ
habeas corpus and when Parliament
meets early In January it will be asked
to pass an act ratifying thy su pension
After the meeting of the cabinet Glad
stone was closeted for some lime with
Vincent one of the principle detective
officers at Scotland Yard
In ten address to the grand jury at Bel
fast today Justice Lawson said that
any person of common cense must see
that the ordinary process of law WAS in
adequate to preserve peace in Ireland
Dublin HAt the Wateiford asizes
although the jury panel has been three
times called and on ihe last two occa
sions under penalties from J10 10t50 for
nonattendance not sufficient mem
bers have answered the summons
for a jury to be struck in the Boyd mur
der case The solicitor general has ap
plied for a postponement of the trial
Ho basis the application on affidavits of
police that the district is terrorized
At an Irish town near Clare Lornons
last night a body of men attempted to
forcibly enter a farmhouse from which
a tenant had been evicted They at
tacked the constables who immediately
fired on them and wounded four Two
were arrested
London HTho Times foreshadow
ing the reply to the speeth frm the
throne on tbo opening of Parliament
predicts that the only opposition to the
suggestion of the r yal peach in refer
pace to Ireland will come from Email sec
tions of Irish members and expresses the
II belief that the majority of Iisb members
will act with representatives of Ireland
and England and that the result csnnot
I be doubtful
MONETARY ND STOCKS
New York December 12 1880
Money Gi government weak stocks
clo ed firm Western Union 843i i
Quicksilver 12 Pacific 5QK Mr
Mariposa Ii Wells Fargo 112 Eri
45K Union Pacific bonds 115 Central
Pacific 8JK i bonds 114 j Sutro VA
BOILER WORKS
HAYNES Si SONS
South Temple Street one block and a
half from the Depot
Are prepared to do All Kinds of
BOILER m SHEETIRON WORK
BOILERS of All Styles and Sizes Made
to Order Old Ones Repaired
All Work Guaranteed and Promptly
Attended to
P es as Low as the Lowest
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OYSTE RS
LTTBE
AROADE
TODAY
I J UK WOODIT Caterer
516
LA iiVE
UNLIKE PILLS
Alia the Vanat fiiraattcet
8S PLEASANT TO TAKE
ted will
prove
pa Nysleui sssxssssss
UI 71 been breht Cleanser thai
CfltjpntIon to public couce r0
lIIegsnd all Rcadel0
ISISe of aneugfrs amstitywet
it InComparably
the lea core
TROIXCpfl5yjj LAXATZIF i sold by
at GO 000ta a Lox
rmattej
f en receIIt
In
price Currency or
br Dcacriptive Bosh tee stamp dddreu bj the propre
J E HETHERINGTON
NEW1OR0rSAIr1RSCO
LECTRJC BELTS
undscd Appllaneeth ceby PsUlD0tan be
rcured front the PULVERMACUER
C Co OALVtN
ClnnosU
O Sew
York 1 1
raseleo Cal or San
Send to the olOca n Cares tyo tsr Free
Pamphlet
tI The Rteetrtc
full panic
44rat5cv epecaZt ISew ot
I I i 4 PRE
Ccne Ani5e
UlNTAH MINING GUMP HYI
Lccstion of Works Thanes Canon
Uinah Mining D strict
SnroA DANZIG H WVASPBAAS
President Secretary
New York Salt Lake City
THE ABOVI > NAMED COMPANY
J now offer for sale for tho next ten
days 10000 Spares of its Working Cap
ital Stock at 75 cents per share
Subscription Book now open at the
Office of the Umpire Mining Company of
Utah at No 180 East Templo Street I
Salt Lake City dS
REMOVE
HEUSSER
Has removed his Stock of
Guns Pistols Ammunition
PISHING TACKLE
Cigars Tobacco Etc8
To tho commodious promises
No 139 Main Strict
I
A FirstClass Shooting Gallery
Parties wishing anything in his lino
can choose from one of tho Largest
Stocks in tho Territory at the Lowest
Rates jy17
oil L1 ELIASON
PRACTICAL
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Keeps a Select Stock of
WATCHES VII INS ETC
Also a Fine Assortment of
JEWELRY
Sterling Silver a ild PlatBd Vi re
Agent for Lazarus Morris Specta
cles and Eye Glasses
OPPOSITE JONES BANK
142 MAIN STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
ANOTHER ARRIVAL
EY EXPRESS
The Campaign
Tile Hurdle
And other 2obby Styles of
HATS HATS HATS
II I I FULL STOCK
BOOrS SHOES SLIPPERS
HATS GAPS GLOVES
FURNISHING GOOD3 Era
We Will Not be Undersold I
Sign Yellow Soot House Top
021 GEO DMFORD
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE I
A lack of It is Disease REd Death
I
Rheumatism Sidney J Disease Sciallo 1 Lame
Rack NervousnesS Parallels Dyspepafs ic
S1CIUES8 AND DISEASE URED 1THOin
MEDICc s
Our Electric Appliances are the cnlyla tha
World which are constructed BO as to give their
sync CO5CESTSATIO CUB1CST DmiCTLT TO THt
XEXTZ JLXD MCscuiui cxxTsxa and the Nervous
and otter dlwosa so common in this high sill
tude no matter hew chronic mn < t succumb
NERVOUS DEBILITY
which no medicine in theworId overcome
Ij positively permanently cured by oar Gal
ranlc Appliances Lost Manhood tho went
case of Seminal VI eafccest Exhaustion Im
potency and all diseases and ireabieBS of the
CrinoGenltal Organs Is speedily cured by our
appliances when all other remldll Cut Middle
aged men often lackviZor hUe old men belief
It to be the natural progresa of age and decay
To one and all we can say that nature merely
want a natural aid which our specIal ap
pllncea elio without drugging the xtomaeb
We warrant a core in every case abort of
structural degeneration Could we give the
iitmes of those cured we would fill a volume
SpecL1 illustrated pamphlet lent in sealed
envelope on receipt of three cent Consul
taHoe by mall or at their private parlors
free
AMERICAN GALVANIC Co
d 7 359 Larimer Street Denver Colo
t RECEIPT BOOKS FOR SALE
AT HCRALD OFFICES
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THE
IT I e5 L A s a V E
Is TYPICAL of our Business being the
OLDEST BXCLUSIVE CLOTHING HOUSH
IN THE CITY
In AgeThe ioaigcst Lived I
Steadfast Like Our toek
UcIIable As Ourselves I
Allot which ton fnn trnrirw Kr T
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GENTS YOUTHS m AND CHUMS CLOTHE
AND GENTS > f URNISftDft GOODS
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Gents Overcoats and Ulsters
Boys Overcoats and Ulsters
Childrens Overcoats and Ulsters
Gents Fall Suits Youths Fair Suits
Boys Fall Suits Childrens Fall Suits
seSO S J NATHAN Proprietor i j
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STUDEBAKER BROS MFG CO I
SOUTH BEND INDIANA
Main Repository 151 and 153 Wabash Avenue Chicago
HANTJFACnni2B3 OP
FREIGHT FARM rAN BSsPRING WAGONS i
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES
I Any Size or Style of which we will Build to Special Order ea
SALT LAKE BRANCH HOUSE
33 and 35 Main Street Salt lake City Utah
MILLINERY J
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GRAND OPENING ON OCTOBER 18th
OF
FALL AND WINTER FASHION
AT
MESDAMES BUTTON BOYAN
128 East Temple Street
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Will be on exhibition a Fine Display of Novelty Beauty and Practica
Utility Surpassing all Former Occasions in Style and Variety Imported froa
Paris and Now York
Ladies respectfully invited to examine these Elegant Head Drosses
Ladies Straw Hats 30 35 40 and 50 Flowers from 10 cents per Spray
cents and upwards Wings from 10 cent
Ladies Felt Hats 50 and CO cents and Feathers from 25 cents
upwards
Millinery in Great Variety at Low Prices
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Our HAIR DEPARTMENT is complete and All Sha es of Hair can be Matched C
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fff Orders from the Country Promptly Attended to an 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed
Pestofflcc Box 777 012
STOVESo STOVES
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GEO ii I HTT f fH
SCOTT CO
Have just received a fall line of the celebrated
STEWART HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES a
Offices Stores and Halls
great variety and of all sizes the
Tho HARVARD FRANKLIN the vtry best cooking outfit in the mar
Handsomeat Open Parlor Stove Let
made
CANNON BOX and other HEATEBS
COOK STOVES Reporter Golden for tores Office Bar Rooms c
Crown and Stewart a complete assortment
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Having a irellappolnted Shop wo are prepared to do all kinds of
TIN and SHEET IRON WORK with promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
GEO M SCOTT CO 93 Main Street Salt Lake City
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FURNITURE 5
UPHOLSTEEED PARLOR GOODS
Carpets Wall Fa per
OFFICE DESKS LIBRARY OASES
FEATHERS MATTRESSES
Window Cornice WIn ow Shades
LACE CURTAINS LAMBREQUINS S
DRAPERY TASSELS and LOOPS
REFRIGERATORS BABY CARRIAGES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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HENRY DINWOODET
1238 to 1244 FIRST SOUTH STREET SALT LAKE OUT I
WOOL WOOL S
Parties having Wool to dispose of would do well to call on mo aa I an
prepared to pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL
In large or small qnsntitiee Sacks and twine to tie fleeces fonusned
Krstclasa Sheep Shears kept in stock
H B CLAWSON
crner Sontb and Eaat Temple Etreeta raU5

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