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t THE SALT LAKE DAILY HERAIJIJe
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VOL X I SALT LAKE CITY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 17 1880 NO 190 1
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1880 1880
FRUIT
FOR PLUM PUDDING AND MINCE PEES t
ULEANED AND READY FOR USE
At TEASDELS
RAISINS CURRANTS CITRON AND LEMON
PEEL CANDIES NUTS Etc
PRICES AS USUAL ARE THE VERY LOWEST
DRY GOODS
FULL SUPPLY OF SHAWLS HOODS SCARFS
BOOTS AND SHOES
EVERY VARIETY STYLE and CLASS BOUGHT
BEFORE THE RECENT ADVANCE AND WILL
BE SOLD AT SATISFACTORY PRICES
CLOTHING
MENS AND BOYS A FULL STOOK ALSO
HATS CAPS BLANKETS
A VISIT TO THIS IMMENSE STOCK WILL
AMPLY REPAY PURCHASERS
STOVES
ANOTHER CAR LOAD ARRIVED OF COOK
ING AND HEATING STOVES
At TEASDELS
Clearance Sale I
o
L A GOLDBERGS
CLEARANOE SALE
Commences THIS DAY and will continue until
Our Entire Stock of Winter Clothing I
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IS DISPOSED OF
I SPECIAL BARGAINS
S
5 5
ULSTERS
OVERCOATS
FINE DRESS SUITS
FINE BUSINESS SUITS
FINE HEAVY CASS SUITS
FINE CASSIMERE PANTS
We will sell
AT REDUCED PRICES
The above goods in order
TO HIRE BOOM I FOR OUR SPRING STOOI I I I
La Aa GOLDBERG
MANUFAOTORY
458 Broome Street NEW YORK siB
STOVESo STOVES I
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CEO M SCOTT COv
l5 lMt reoelred a fall line e f tno eoeIebntad
STEW ART HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES in t
Offices Stores and Halls groat variety and of all daee ifa I
very beat cooking outfit in the mar
The HARVARD FRANKLIN the ket
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
mad OANNON BOX and other HEATERS
COOK STOVES Reporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Room r
a complete assortment
Crown and Stewart c
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Oavina a wellappointed Shop we Are preparro
to do a111 tinda of
TIN aml SEST IRON WORK with promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Oeslers
GEQ M = SCOTT CO
riajj 5ia Min Street J1t 1 Lake City
1880
THE PEOPLES PAPER
THE
HERALD
SALT LAKE
DAILY HERALD
The HERALD enters upon the new
year with better hopes and brighter I
prospects than it ever before enjoyed
The remarkable success of the paper
in the past as manifested by its large
and steadily growing subscription
list its increasing adveitleing patron
age and the expressions of coodwill
towards the journal which greet na
from all quarters convinces the pub
lishers that they are doing what they
set out to donamely furnish a
newspaper that the people would like
and therefore support The HERAT
as in the past will be the peoples
paper Independent in a political
sense it L will always be found
on the aide of the people outspoken
on queations afieclingthe rights of the
masses battling for local selfgovern
ment and the largest liberty to indi
viduals consistent with public good
laboring for a pure honest and eco
nomic administration of government
treating public matters dispassion
attIy and employing language calcu
lated to enlighten tbe reason of men
rather than influence their passions
and working for peace and the de
velopment of the resources of the ter
ritory instead of trying to create strife I
and retard progress With our in
creased facilities for gathering news
both by telegraph and mail the em
ployment of a larger number of cor
respondents in different sections of
the country and the better arrange
ment of all the many details of the
establishment we confidently promise
to make the SALT LAKE DAILY
HERALD a better paper than ever
SALT LAKE
SEMIWEEKLY HERALD
This valuable and popular edition
of the 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
tains all the news domestic and for
eign in a condensed and readable
form The design has been to
make it combine the distinguish
ing characteristics of a commer
cial and home journal and we
believe that tais baa been success
fully carried out The SEMIWEEKLY
has certainly met with unexpectedly
high favor at the hands of the people
It is pro med to make it even more
popuhr than in the past by reducing
the price to 350 per annum mak
ing it the cheapest semiweekly paper
in tho west The reduction in price
does not imply a leesening of the
quantity of matter published Its
columns will continue full of news
and choice literature
1
SALT LAKE
WEEKLY HERALD
About the let of Marcb we will
begin the publication of a Weekly
Edition of the HEBALD The demand
for such a paper ba been very
pressing during the past two
or three your > The aim of
the publishers will bo to furnish a
paper for those people who live
oft the main lines of travel and who
are not accommodated with mail ser
vice oftener than onco 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 this
great and growing territory with its
many and important industries and
it3 thrifty enterprising people to
make a paper for the home circle and
family fireside one that shall contain
the news and at the same time com
bine the ezsential elements of a liter
ary educational and industrial jour
nal In fact our aim will be to make
the WEEKLY HERALD a welcome
visitor to the home where it will be
found a constant fund of instruction
entertainment and profit to
all members of the family
Besides the leading characteristics of
the Daily the Weekly will contain
matter specially for the agriculturist
the gardener the stockraiser the
mechanic the kitchen and the house
hold generally and an important
feature of its columns will be the
wellchosen entertaining and moral
light literature Nothing will bo ad
milted to ita columns that has not
first been carefully prepared and re
vised The price will be only 2 a
year a figure unprecedenledly low
for a far west newspaper We confi
dently predict for the WEEKLY
HERALD one of the greatest successes
and the efforts of the publishers shall
be to maketbe paper merit the popu
larity that it CAnndt fail to attain
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Postage Paid
Salt Lake Daily Heralf
1050
lOne Year
525
Six Months gtjJ
Three Months 265
Salt Late SBMf ccMi Herald
One Year 350
Sis Months 175
Salt Late feeHy Herald
Year 200
One g j
125
Six Months
ESScnd Jfoncy in Registered Letter
or Poslojjlce Urder
Address
THE HERALD
e Salt Lake City Utah
TELEGRAPHIC
MAINE
A Governor Elected but He
Seems to be a Boneless
Individual
The Trouble Culmiiitttfoc
Augusta iTe 15Acting Governor
Lamson today appointed a staff which
includes Major M M Folfcom adjutant
general and chief of staff Gen Clarkcs
Edwards of Bethel inspector general
Dr Piper of Thomaton surgeon gene
ral ilaj J J W Channing of Fair
field Dr Horace Davis 01 Biddeford
Capt R W Black Augusta and
Col J W Black Auburn aids iTsj I
J W French of Eastpoint military
secretary H 31 Plahted of Bangor
was offered the p isiton judge advocate r
general but declined
Augu ts Me IGAt 5 this morning
Richards light infantry of Gadiner
had orders to appear at their arajory at S >
oclock this morning Tho men were
gathering there early this morning No
disturbance at the state house last nigbt
No one will be admitted without a psss
to day
At 1150 the bouio sent a message to
the senate informing it that Joseph L
Smith and Alonzo Garcelon hid been
selected It was moved to receive the
ness ge and proceed to vote Senator
Strickland remarked that this was a
legally constituted body in his belief but I
should the proposed action be proved ille
gal ho wished it understood that would
bind no one He was in favor of a peace
ful solution of the difficulty and not in
favor of resistance
A committee was apppointed to
receive sort nnd count the votes
for governor Tho vote resulted
in the unanimous choice of Joseph L
Smith eighteen votes being cast Smith t
will be inaugurated this afternoon A
ood deal of bad feeling was manifested
Although Joseph L Smith has been
boson governor he will not issue any I
rders that will conflict with tho power of
General Chamberlain He is not a rash
man and will see to it that his position is
rully sustained by the courts betorp pro
ceding to action Ho will await the
ieciion of the courts on the questions i
before them before taking a single step
hat will interfere with the orders of Gen s
Chamberlain Major Smith will not bo
re by Governor Chamberlain
In the first proceedings of tho senate
Hobson pre ntedI resolution reciting
that it is the duty of Congress to restrict
the appointing power by placing tho
election of postmasters in the hands
of tho people and placing the
appointment of other government
officers with tho legislatures of the sev
eral states where the officers are located
and such other immediate action as may
be necessary to prevent the use of money
in elections prevent intimidation and
secure to every person tho unrestricted
right and privilege of expressing his opin
ion at the ballotbox without fear of mo
lestation or bribery
General Chamberlain has iust issued
tho following order
Whereas Exciting rumors which I
believe to be entirely without foundation
aro spread among tho people that the
state house is to be held by ono party as
against another or is to be attacked by
persons in the interest of some political
party to gain possession of it for the i
purpose of excluding members elect
from the legislative hall this is to give
assurance that tho rights and privileges of
all parties shall be protected with com
plete impartiality The halls are for tho
use of memberselect to tho legislature
and shall be held inviolate for their use
I give no credence to tho reports that
either party will stoop to such a trick or
be rash enough to use violence to deter
mine questions of right but to allay any
duubt or fear of this I hereby give my
personal guarantee that all rights shall bo
respected and attempts to gain an unfair
advantage shall not be permitted
Chicago 16The Times Augusta
says the situation at midnight is as fol
lows Governor Lamson has ordered
Chamberlain to reduce the police force
at the stato house Chamberlain has
issued an order to subordinates to that
effect Mayor Nash civilian with no
jurisdiction over the state whatever ut
terly refuses to obey said orders and
Chamberlain does not enforce them
Sheriff Libby was ordered to withdraw
his men from the slate house but he re
fuses to do EOj and they are retained on
duty
Boston 16The Heralds Augusts
special says tho senate and houso met at
10 am In the house tho first business
taken up was the report of tho committee
on elections declaring Wm Murray
fusionist ofVassalboro entitled to a seat
instead of ROT Dr Nathaniel Butler
republican The report was accepted
but its reconsideration moved because
Perry of Camden wished a full explana
tion of tho case Dickey from that com
mittee stated thfct no check list was used
at the electron that tho notice of tho
meeting was not legal that one of the
assessors pasted the ballot box out of the
doors to allow a sick man in a carriage
to vote and that there were sundry other
reasons why the action was not legal
The motion to reconsider failed and
Murray was escorted to tho executive
chamber to take the oath Murrays ad
mission brings the number of the house
present up to eeventy seven according to
the count of tellers The house voted to
send the names of Jos L Smith and
Alonzo Garcelon to the senate Tho
number of votes was feventysix The
report of the committee on gubernatorial
votes hiving been read and ac
cepted in the senate it was sent
to the house where similar action
was taken Dickey of Fort Kent moved
to suspend the rules that tho house
might fix the tTmo for the choice of four
candidates for governor to be cent up
to be voted for in tho senate The mo
tion was carried On motion of Spring
field an order was adopted fixing the
time at 1115 Ingalls of Yiscasset
thought the action inadvisable EO long
as there was a doubt of the legality of the
house He believed action ought to bo
deferred Plaisted of Lincoln took the
opposite view He reviewed the situation
and believed the timo had come for im
mediate action Ho made a severe attack
upon General Chamberlain for deciding
not to recognize Lamson as acting gov
ernor and Held the general responsi ble for
the present condition of affairs
At the conclusion Plaisteda remarks
which extended past tho timo set for the
choice of a candidate and during which
ho declared himself resolved to stand by
the legality of this houso so long as a
drop of blood remained in his veins a
sentiment loudly applauded McLaugh
lin of Carmel by general consent made
a brief speech endorsing his view
Swann of Minor moved and the house
ordered that a committee of fire be ap
pointed to receive sort and count the
votes for candidates to be sent to
the senate and the speaker appointed
the committee who at once proceeded to
their duty The names of JOE L Smith
and Alonzo Garcelcn were the only ones
printed on the ballots and the report of
the committee showC that Smith and
Garcelon had seventysix votes The an
nouncement was greeted with applause
and tho report of the committee was
adopted
An Augusta special says it is reported
on good authority that that an executive
order has been prepared relieving Gen
Chamberlin from his command The
order will be served this afternoon The
general has as yet no intimation U that
effect
Another Augusta special to the Herald
states that the action of the legislature
was a surprise to Smith who in an in
terview expressed his opinion that
the ejection would not take place
tnday Ho felt plainly the gravity
of the situation and while he has
ambition to be governor of Maine he
wants to be a constitutionally chosen one
and will discountenance all precipitate
action He evidently would have pre
ferred to have had todays action
postponed or at least until the courts de
cision WAS known He thought there was
too much reckless talk by hotheaded
men and that it is not au confined to one
side Some of those who were counsel
ing resistAnce to the legal authority of
tho state had little idea what they werE
saying The general impression gathered
fromMajor Smith remarks was that
should he qualify today he would not be
likely to perform any executive acts that
ho can possibly avoid before the curt is
heard from
A curious fact came to light during the
ballot in the convent n for members of
the executive council The printed bal
lots misspelled the name ot two candi
date Edward C Moody was called
Edwin and J BRedmans name was
changed to Bedrnon The errors were
not discovered till the committee had re
tired and counted the vte but before
they reported a new bullot was ordered
At J30 both house tojk recess until 4
oclock A caucus to nominate other
state officers will bo held at 230 this after
noon
The Tedium tepee Railroad
New York 16The Commercial
ctin says A cablo dispatch received at
heofficeof the Tehuunicpec Company
this city dated January 10th says that
tho consulting engineer mid chief en
tjineor had arrived in the City Mexico
and were cordially received by President
Diaz and members of tbo cabinet Ar
rangements were then being made to
send engineers to the isthmus urder the
escort of government officials who
were instructed to give every aid in
ho prosecution of the work in hand
The dispatch also stated that tho former
railroad stuff previously sent out had arrived
rived in safety and work was progressing
most favorably President Learned is
convinced that there will be no difficulty
whatever in securing all the money re
quired to complete the enterprise RS he
believe the railroad is bound to bo a suc
cess and will open up the most direct
route from Great Britain to Australia as
well as China and Japan and the Indian
possession He has not much faith in
the Nicaraguan Canal scheme And says
that even should it bo fihally constructed
the Tehauntepcc Railroad could put
down rates to such a low figure that it
would not pay to send business by the
canal So far thero has been over 5oo
Duo subscribed by private parties to carry
on tho work The entire amount to ba
raised is between 5 000000 to 6000000
and the balance required will ba obtained
by the ibsu of preferred certificates or 7
per cent bonds and mortgages It is
believed that not more than 3000000
will bo reauired to comnlete the rod
hould th Mexican government pay i the
subsidy agreed upon in the charter
namely 12000 per mile on the comple
tion of each threo miles of road It is
estimated that a good portion of the road
can bc built for that sum per mile It is
also calculated that the harbor of Goatza
coalcas will be completed within tho next
twelve months so as to admit rebels
drawing twentyfive feet of water and
with wharfaga accommodation at tho
mouth of the river measuring over 2000
feet face it is then intended that steamers
shall ply between New York and ports
in Great Britain and Goatzacoalcas direct
and also to have branch steamers run
ning along the coast connecting with
Goatzacoalcas Active stops ire now
taken in surveying and arranging for a
harbor on the Pacific side which will be
by means of a canal into tho lake at that
point
v
WASHINGTON
A Pretty Compliment The
SpofTorUKclIogg case
Washington 15The German govern
ment recently requested to bo exactly in
formed as to the weather service When
it is remembered that the request comes
from a government noted for its skilled
chartojsraphers and standing first in Eu
rope the value of the compliment will be
appreciated
Washington l6The senate commit
tee on territorial today appointed a sub
committee Butler Slater and Saunders
to conduct tho inquiry contemplated by
the resolution recently adopted to aiccr
tain the advisability otabliahing a ter
ritorial government for Alaska
In the SpofTordKolloKc case today
L B Hubbard contradicted Delacoys
statement that he Hubbard was present
and saw an envelope placed upon
Delaceys desk in the Louisiana house of
representatives which Delacey sworo
contained 150 and which ho said was
intended to influence his vote Kellopg
as United States senator Senator Kel
losrgs counsel asked that the testimony
of E L Weber be stricken from the re
cord or that he be compelled to come
hero and submit to crossexamination
Tho question was held under advisement
Senator Kellogg submitted a letter claim
ing the right to introduce additional testi
mony in rebuttal of any original testi
mony that may be hereafter offered by
Spoftbrd and also claiming the right to
testify on his own behalf when all evi
dence is in Without deciding the ques
tion further consideration of tbe case was
postponed till Monday
4
Suppression of Vice
New York 16At tho annual private
busiess meeting of the Now York Soci
ety for the Suppression of Vice held last
evening Anthony Comstock read a re
port describing the society to be in a
flourishing condition During the past
year it is stated the scope of the organi
zation had been greatly increased through
the agency of tho society laws for sup
pressing vice had been passed in Massa
chusetts and Connecticut and ordinances
had been made in several cities in the
west against the sale of the Police Ga
zette and kindred publications Similar
societies had been organized in Detroit
Toledo Rochester and Providence and
public meetings were held during the
year in a large number of other places
or L
Deceived Blacks
New York IGA party of twenty
negroes five adults and fifteen children
arrived in New York on Wednesday
from the neighborhood of Helena Ark
expecting to go to Liberia where somo
of their friends had gono in the company
which recently left this port They had
been advised to save fall their money to
go to Liberia and wera greatly disap
pointed when told upon going to agen
tleman connected with tho Liberisn
colonization scheme that there was no
way by which they could reach their
goal This gentleman reported their des
titute condition to the superintendent of
outdoor relief
The Riotous Irish
Dublin 16The Irish relief fund in
stituted by the Duchess Marlborough
amounts to 19000
The polico escorting process servers at
Kilmina county Mayo were severely
maltreated last night and obliged to
retreat though they had rifles loaded and
bayonets fixed Several police were cut
about the head and face Process servers
had their clothing torn and the process
was captured by the mob
Tile Plava Affair
London 16The Turkish ambassador
at Vienna has received the following ex
planation regarding the recent conflict in
Albania l Montenegrins attacked a vil
lage near Plava and took 200 head of cat
tle next day they advanced towards
Gtuinja and Plava when Albanians at
tacked them and drove them across the
frontier Albanians lost forty killed and
sixty wounded
Vote ot Censure
Paris 10 Debaudry DAsson mem
ber for Verdee in the course of his at
tack on the ministry in the Chamber of
Deputies yesterday said government
being in a state of political bankruptcy
the motto of Liberty equality and fra
ternity should be replaced by Servil
ity rapacity and iniquity For this
language a vote of censure was parsed on
him
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513 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO CAL
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
DIPHTHERIA
WHERE THERE IS NO CANKER
1 y thorn is no Diphtheria Hells Canker
Romldy Dover fails Ask yon neighbors
old by Z a0 11 f Drug Dept wholesale
aDd retail gait Lake City jS7
A ANDERSON
gMf FURRIER MANUFACTURER OF
t pIItI11 Robes Gloves and Buckskin Clothes
lw Furs Cleaned end Repaired
9 South End of Commercial Street
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR A BUILDING SITE IN SALT LAKE
L City a farm situated sovea miles north
of this city Apply to W Peterson Butcher
West of Kimball l Lawrence n23
REMOVAL
UMBRELLA AND PARASOL FAC
5crtory removed to three doors west of
gfDinwood ya Kimball Block All
kind of Umbra made to order and
paired with new covers ribs springs han
to etc D23
PETERSOH THE BUTCHER
Hanhamfl Block First South St
NEVER KEEPS AKYTUINQ
but Tender Juicy and Fresh
Meats Oive him year order
line him what YOU want and you will get
ho Sweetest and Daintiest Steaks and Joints
o be foand in tho Market ac23
FOR SALE
r A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
1 New Goods just imported A
Treat variety at exceedingly Low
Prices at
j23 CARL O ASMUSSENS
W L PRICE
FR JdEm IN POULTRY
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Fish and Game Fruit Vegeta
bles aDd Groceries Fresh Fish every day
First South Street opposito Kimball Block
altLake City Goods < punctually
in all parts of the city free Satisfaction
guaranteed n2
R J M HOLLAND
DR Office over Davis Grocery Store
ji Main Street
WILLIAM BREDEMEYER
TITINING CONSULTING AND CIVIL
b L Engineer U S Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Idaho Notary Pnblic Geologies
examination reports on mining properties
ag
urreys mines railroads and canals and
perinteods the workings of the smo
Prepares estimates and plus for opening
and working mint expert on inialnsr anss
tions before the courts A ddesi PZO Bo f
115 Salt Lake city bi ill
75 I MAIN STREET I 75
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Ol GOODS WARRANTED LJ
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76 MAIN I STREET I 75
JOHN HAGJV3AW
Merchant Tailor
Opposite
ffalker Bros Bank
He wirisj the Ect
and Cheapest Dteit
and Business Suits in
Salt Lake City
Givo Him a Call
LEAHIHG AND REFAIR1KQ
NEATLY DINE
33 Jut Received a largo stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing
GREAT REDUCTION
IN PRICE
cti
Signature It I oa every bottle of the
GEl UINE
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
It implrU the meat delicious taste and zest
TO
SOUPS EXTRACT
of a LETTER
w from ft Medical
CRAVIES fr Gentleman at
Madras to hi
brother at Wor
FISH JS3s cMterMaylS5i
r1derpEltRINS that J
HOT COLDthoirSneo II
hIlhJY esteemed
lfW in India and is
JOINTS B C lIn my opition
tho mctt pal
able aa well u
CAME ETC the most whole
ri lame gauco that
S is made
Sold and used throughout the world
TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS FIND
GREAT BENEFIT IN HAVING A
BOTTLE WITH T1JEM
JOHN nrnveATjs SONS
4GI3T3 FOB
LEA PERRINS
26 College Place and 1 Union Eqnare
NEW YORK
LESLIES MONTHLIES when
bound make a neat little volume
The HERALD Bindery does work in
every style and at reasonable rates
Seconu Stook of the Season
In conebqaence of the great demand for oar line of Good we have teen
obliged to f order and
Are Now Receiving our Second Importation I
OF THE SEASON
Our Stock thus reinforced is the
LARGES1 AND MOST COMPLETE WEST OF 1
THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
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An inspection will show
AN ENTIRE NSW LINE OF 1
MENS 4 OVERCOATS AND ULSTIES
In Fine and Medium Qualities
a r is
MENS YOUTHS BOYS MB WIILMEiYS Slfffl
In all Sizes Styles Colors and Pncea
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Cotton and Merino Hosiery
White and Fancy Shirts
Lined Gloves and Mittens I
i if i i
VVOOI uassimere uvershirts 1 t 11
White and Colored Kid Gloves 1 f
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs F t < t S
Fancy Cashmere and Wool Mufflers t I
Boots and Arctic Overshoes Jli j j i
Blankets Quilts Etc Etc
NotwItJlstandIug the Great Rise in Merchandise ij
we have determined to keep down < < to our rJ
Old Prices and our Patrons may rely on i i
getting the Best of Goods at a reason a
able Cost U
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TO THE TRADE L
We ofler special inducements Making as we do a specialty of the
above good we can give better bargains than can be had elsewhere
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Orders from tIle Country Solicited and will
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GOLDSMITH CO jij Ii f f
145 MAIN STREET i
Old Number 88 I
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SEARS IDZIDIDILiIE
Wholesale and Retail dealers in j
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Grass Garden and Field Seeds i
East Temple street
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THREE DOORS SOUTH OF Z C M I SALT LAKE CITY e
AND PARK CITY j
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CHOICE FALL AND WINTER GOOD
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PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST
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Demorests Fall and Winter Patterns Have Arrivail
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SALT im FOUNDRY Arm MACHmf co 1
Works One and a halfElecte smUh of U O E B Depot
Tiamifacture Engines Boilers Hail Work Mining
and Hoisting Machinery Furnace 4
Work Etc 23te Etc
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CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS MADE TO ORDER
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Caah paid for Old Iron and Brass
T PIEBIOST Superintendent
P O BOX 0130 03
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JOHN TAYLOR SON
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COMMERCIAL STREET NEAB FIRST SOOTH
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ALL AND WINTER GOODS
Full Stock of English French Scotch and
American Suitings Coalings
Trownerings c I
iTOOL 7VOOL
Parties having Wool to dispose woold do well to call on mo aa lea
prepared to pay the
HICHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL
In large or small quantities Sacks and fwIn to tie fleeces urnisbfx
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept in stock
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