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VOL X SALT LAKE CITY FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 25 1880 NO 195
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1 FRUIT
I FOR FLUSH PUDDING AND MINCE PEES n
CLEANED AND READY FOR USE
At TEABDELS
I
II RAISINS CURRANTS CITRON AND LESION
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
I BEFORE THE RECENT ADVANCE AND WILL <
I BE SOLD AT SATISFACTORY PRICES a
I
CLOTHING
MENS AND BOYS A FULL STOCK ALSO
HATS CAPS BLANKET
A VISIT TO THIS IMMENSE STOCK WILL
AMPLY REPAY PURCHASERS
STOVES
ANOTHER CAR LOAD ARRIVED OF COOK
ING AND HEATING STOVES
At TEASDELS
I Clearance Sale f
0
Lft Ao GOLDBERGS
CLEARANCE SALE
Commences THIS DAY and will continue until
Our Entire Stock of Winter Ming I
18 DISPOSED OF
SPECIAL BARGAINS
i
I ULSTERS
OVERCOATS
FINE DRESS SUITS
FINE BUSINESS SUITS
FINE HEAVY CASS SUITS
FINE OASSIMBEE PANTS
i
We will sell
AT REDUCED PRICES
The above goods in order
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRIG STOCK
L A GOLDBERG
MANUFACTORY
438 Broomo Street NEW YORK si 3
STOVESo STOVE
G
GEO = MD SCOTT CO
nai istt receircd a fall line of the celebrated
STEWART HEATERS for Pirlors CLINTON CABINET RANGES in
Offices Stores and Halk great variety and of all eizea LeThe I
eery best cooking outfit in he mar
The HARVARD FRNXLIN the 7
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove
made CANNON BOXandothorifEATEB
I
COOK STOVES Reporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Rooms
Grown and Stewart o complete assortment
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Hivine B wellappointed Shop we are prepW
to do all fcinds of
TIN iUd SHEET IRON WORK with promptness
J R Liberal Discount to Ccuntry Dealers
GEO Mo SCOTT CO
oS tln Main 3lreo Rat TAkB Oitv
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Gentle j
W onnen
Who want glossy luxuriant
and wavy tresses o abundant
beautiful Hair must use
LYONS KATHAIRON This
elegant cheap article always
makes tho Hair prow freely
and fast keeps it from falling
out arrests and cures gray
ness removes dandruff and
itching makes tho Hair
strong giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position Beau
tiful healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Kathairon
A < o >
I8SO
THE PEOPLES PAPER
THE
HERALDe
SALT LAKE
DAILY HERALD
The HERALD enters upon the new
year with better hopes and brighter
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 advertising patron
age and the expressions of goodwill
towards the journal which greet us
from all quarters convinces the publishers
ushers that they are doing what they
set out to donamely furnish a
newspaper that the people would like
and therefore support The HERALD
as in the past will be tbe peoples
paper Independent in a political
sense U will always be found
on the side of the people outspoken
on questions affecting 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
ately end employing language calcu
lated to enlighten the reason of men
rather than influence their passions
and orking for peace and the de
velopment of the resources of the ter
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 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 over
SALT LAKE
WEEKLY HERALD
About the 1st of March we will
begin the publication of a Weekly
Edition of the HERALD The demand
for such a paper has been very
pressing during tbe pest two
or three year The aim of
the publishers will be to furnish a
paper for those people who live
nfl the main lines of travel and who
are 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 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
its thrifty enterprising people to
make a paper for the homo circle and
family fireside one that shall contain
the news and at the same time com
bine the essential elements of a liter
ary educational and industrial jour
nal In fact cur aim will be to make
the WEEKLY HERALD a welcome
visitor to the home whero it will be
found a constant fund of instruction I
entertainment and profit to
all members of the family
Besides tbo leading characteristics of
tho 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
well cbosen entertaining and moral
literature also reports of the Taber I
nacle discourses Nothing will bo ad
mitted to its columns that has net
first been carefully prepared and re
vised The price will be only 2 a
year a figure unpreccdenledly 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 make the paper merit the popu
larity that it cannot fail to attain
0 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Postage Paid
Salt Late Daily Herald
One Year 1050 I
Six Months 525
Three Mozths 26 °
Salt baI g SBmiWeekly HBrald
One Year T 350
Six Months 175
Salt Lake Weekly Herald
One Year 200
Six M Blhl1 125
ZS Send Honey in Registered Letter
or Posioffice Order
Addresa
THE HERALD
Salt Lake City Utah
TELEGRAPHIC
MAINE
Tile Fnalonlsts are Growing
Weaker Dud Weaker
Boston 22 A special from Augusta
says the state house is guarded and a
local militia company remains in the
armory The fiuionist legislature met
this morning In the house Cushman
called for a report by the cmmittee on
elections If he was holding a seat to
which he was cot cntited ho wished to
know it and go home Various standing
committees were appointed Governor
Smith has received a congratulatory ad
Iross from the central club of groen I
backers of Titusville Pa Tho commit
tee OR business before reporting will
first advise with the leaders A reaelu
ion was referred to a committee author
izing a conference with Portland authori
ties to see if a Building can be had there
for the legislative and executive depart
meat
In the republican senate an amend
ment to the constitution was presented to
elect the governor by a plurality vote
Fusionist Representative Staples has
taken a seat in tho republican house
The fusionists have received a tele
gram inviting them to take up their
q uarters in Biddcford
0 republican legislators are talking
seriously of taking measures to arrest the
whole batch of funoniit officials on the
charge of treason
Portland 22 ilayor Walker has ro
c ived a telegram from F W Bill of
tbe fusion legislature asking if accommo I
dations for that legislature could bo had
here rJ ho mayor a democrat consulted
the council and replied that no suitable
accommodations could be had
Augusta 22In the fusionist senate
Atwell opposed the order to proceed to
business saying Lot us go into tho state
house legislature orgo home Another
member favored compromise He feared
tho present policy would lead to blood
shed
GOT Smitfc told a reporter thai nndor
tho present circdmetanoea ho should rjot
deem ft advitablo but if we had posses
sion of tho state haute republicans would
not get In without blood lw
The Foreign Budget
Paris 21 Communist Humbert has
surrendered to undergo six months im
prisonment for political libel to which
he has been sentenced
Cairo 21 Eeouff Pasha governor of
Ghirgch has been appointed governor
general of Soudan in place of Ismail
Ayput Pasha
Rome 22 Yellow fever having dis
appeared from tho United States quaran
tine on vessels arriving from American
ports will be abolished
The Pope has recovered from his re
cent indisposition
London 22A Paris correspondent
expresses considerable doubt whether a
fusion of the republican left and republi
can union will be accomplished
News has been received from Cannes
that the life of the Czarina is despaired of
Baroness Burdett Coutts will send
Ashmead Bartlett excommissioner of
thIS Turkish compassionate fund to Ire
land on a special mission connected with
the distress there
Bullion in the Bnk of England in
crossed 280000 the past week Pro
portion of reserve to liability 45316 per
cent
centLord
Lord Ramsay liberal candidate for the
House of Commons for Liverpool was
last night the guest of Lord Derby This
is considered to show that at the forth
coming Parliamentary elections the in
fluence of Lord Derby will be used in
favor of the liberals
Liverpool 22 Princess Louise sailed
today for Halifax The Prince of Wales
and the Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of
Connaught accompanied tho Princess to
Liverpool
fans LSpecte hi the Bank of
Franca increased 812300 franC thn past
week
ASuue Suggestion
Chicasp 22 limes Washington
Judge Davis presented to tho Senate to
day tho petition ofJ A Lynch praying
for the encouragement of closer commer
cial relations between tho United States
and the republics of SouthAmerica Major
Lynch proposes that Congress pass an
act authorizing the President of the
United States to invite the governments
of the several states interested to send
delegates to Washington to adopt such
measures as are most practicable to carry
forward tho work in the interest of com
merce and mutual prosperity Major
Lynch says no pbyscial obstacle exists
to the construction of a through line of
railroad running at the foot of the eastern
slope of the great chain mountains
which would open that vast interior
region to commerce and connected on
the eastern side at the headwaters of
navigation with a grand river system ex
tending thousands of miles through the
United Elates of Colombia Guiana
Venezuela Brazil Uruaguay Parguay
and the Argentine Republic on the
Pacific side with the principal sea ports
by means of branch railroads Eimilar to
those constructed in Peru and termi
nating on the Pacific Ocean with one
branch at the flourishing seaport of Yal
paraizo en the Atlantic at seaport at
Buenos Ayres Senator Davis presented a
bill incorporating the ideas of Major
Lynch raoJtestmg the President to invite
thoconvoflon as requested
Si ore Stock
New York 22 The bids for Now
York Central and Hudson River Rail
road Company stock were opened this
afternoon by the New York commission
at the office of Drexel Morgan Co
The commission after receiving advices
from London where the subscription
also closed this afternoon disposed of
200000 shares prices ranging from 131
to 135 Now York bids being without
reserve were allotcd in full
The Graphic says Advices from Lon
don state that applications for shares of
the New York Central Railroad offered
by the Morgan syndicate are so numerous
that the success of the plan for placing
those securities abroad is quite assured
In London and at European bourses it is
said transactions in shares hare been
made at 2J premium
II
XebrasUas Growth
New York 22The Times comparing
the wonderful growth of Nebraska with
that of California says the cause of the
superior growth of Nebraska must be
sought in her cheap land small farms
and competition in freights California
is kept back by land monopoly end
monopolists and any quantity of tinge
and rings within ring It is within
reason to say that no state in the Union
with half the natural advantages of Cali
fornia is so retarded by the selfish
schemes of a few hundred men resolved
to amass immense wealth at the expense
of the community and continually and
successfully carrying out their resolution
Sew York Notes
New York 22A meeting of British
American colonists was held in a private
residence in Union Hall yesterday to
organize n society to agitate the annexa
tion of Canada to the United States
The Sun appeals in a doubleleaded
leader for an enthusiastic celebration of
the approaching 22d of February It
says it was Washingtons voluntary re
tirement at the expiration of his second
term which gave the finishing touch to
his fame and made it immortal
Morton a San Franciscan
San Francisco 22 The contest over
the confirmation of Morton as collector
of internal revenue in this district has
caused an inquiry from Washington
directed to the registrar of elections re
garding Mortons residence here The
examination of records shows that Mor
ton was registered here from 1871 to 1879
ho was dropped during his visit to
Alaska but was again registered in 1879
and remains on he list
t
I THE LESSEPS BOOM
It Attonlahcs the Lookers on
and listeners
New York 2The Tribune speaking
of L spi inaugurating the inter oceanic
canal says Bad the distinguished en
gineer adopted this businesslike course
before calling the Paris congress he woud
have been able to speak with greater cer
tainty on the prospect of tho enterprise
and have avoided much angry contro
versy
The Herald says he ha begun the pre
liminary surveys for tho great canal dug
the first sod and fired the first mine in
what if it is carried out will become the
great t istoric undertaking the csnlury
It is impossible not to admire the spiii
and enthusiasm of the great Frenchman
The World says We shall not dwell
today upon certain singular intimations
which have reached us trom the isthmus
of the mischief already inflicted upon
American interests through the strong
and unaccountdblo supinrncss of
the American executive in regard
to this whole mnttan It may
become the duty of Congress to investi
gate tho possible causes of this supine
ness Lesseps tells us frankly now that
it is indispensable to him to get posses
sion of tho Panama Railway and that
when he has constructed tho isthmus
canal he means to put all its affairs under
the jurisdiction of tho courts of France
For all practicaljpurposes Lesseps is to
day a new company with which tho
United States are to deal in considering
the questions brought home to us by bis I
plans and views in regard to the cutting
of water way between the Atlantic and l
Pacific and Lesseps is a man extremely
apt to rct while other people are thinking
about acting
Tho special Panama correspondent of
the World says As DeLssseps must be I
in Paris by March 15th and has matters
to settle with the Panama Railroad Com
pany in this city he maybe compelled
altogether to abandon his California
trip
HUMAKITYS APPEAL
Efforts to Rescue Some Chinese I
Children From a Doom
Worse TItan Death
Washington 22Tho preldcnt of the I
New York Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Children memorialized Con
gress today through Senator ICeman
calling attention to tho barbarities about
to bepraclieed upon certain Chinese chil
dren Ho has sent to Congress and the
President a communication in relation < >
a pitiful appeal which has roicbeJ him
from tho Pacific coast Ho says In
1877 Yakoob Beg the famous Central
Asian chief and Chinese rebel was cap
tured and put to death by the Chinese
government by a BOW and painful pro
cess Those of his family who had not
fled on his death into Rutsian territory
wero cruelly executed As if tiro exile or
slaughter of every adult kinsman of hit
were not penalty enough four of his
children ranging in ages from 14 to 5
have boon solemnly arraigned for
1 hereditary high treason to the Em
peror of China One wqud naturally
conclude that the complicity of the boys
being disproved their acquittal of guilt
should follow especially in view of their
tender years en the contrary they are
consigned to a doom more horrible
than death In brief they are
to bo kept until a certain age
in prison and then bo emasculated
and consigned as slaves to the soldiery
uses and practices unhappily common in
the east but which Lord Coke says
Are not so much as to be named among
Christians This says President Gerry
is no overdrawn picture He im
plores immediate action in the matter
and states that if tho Chinese government
will commute the sentence of these
wretched chidren to banMirnent this
society fctwids ready to place them at its
own expense where they will be properly
maintained educated and cared lor
Gloomy Prospects In AlbauJ
btZilu
Cabal 22 Matters here are very un
settled An outbreak is possible at any
time and almost certain to occur so soon
as the snow melts Mohamed Jan u
very popular among the Afghans who
will willingly follow him again when
called upon They ao not admit their
defeat and say they were only dispersed
because they had no cannon with which
to dislodge the British from Shirpur but
that next time they will bring cannon
Shirpur has been greatly strengthened
but is too largo for the present garrison
of 3000 Europsans and 4SOO natives to
hold and take offensive steps against
A combination of equal strength
that will last Tho Kspistanst continue
to treat but they cannot be relied on to
keep quiet when disturbances recom
mence Two influential scidars of
Watdak have come in and it is hoped
that others will follow The excitement
at Ghuzni and Legar continues
Mahomed Jan is actively preparing for
another rising The uncertainty whether
the British intend to hold or abandon
the country prevents influential chiefs
from cordially cooperating with us or
preparing a government to succeed us
nothing can be done until our policy ii
known It i i believed Afghans are left
to chooo an Ameer they would choose I
Ayoul Khan commander at Herat who
is avowedly hostile to British and
friendly to Russians
Washington Aaoieell
Washington nGI1n Schonck is
seriously ill He is somewhat better to
day however
Washington 22 Tho Indian appro
priation bills as agreed upon by tho
subcommittee appropriated 4092000
500000 lea than the estimates of the I
department and 20000 less than last
year Tho ways and means committee will
give a hearing on February 4th on the I
question of the reduction of the tariff on
steel rails
A story is printed here that the Senate
yesterday in executive session inform
ally agreed to ask tho President to with
draw the nominaton of John Morton to
be collector of internal revenue at San
Francisco and save him from the morti
fication of n rejection The story proves
to be a canard as the nomination is still
pending before the finance committee
and Mortons friends claim that a favor
able report will be made next Tuesday
and he be confirmed by seventeen ma
jority The President has bsea asked by
the California delegation to withdraw
Mortons name but he declined to do EO
remarking at the timo that etiquette i
would not prevent him from standing by
Morton
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Death of Commodore Blake
New York Commodore Homer
0 Blake U S N died today from
malarial diseases contracted during the
recent cruise in the Asiatic squadron
He was at Washington about six weeks
ago when ho passed examination for
promotion to commodore He was con
fined to the house only a week He leavas
a widow and one daughter
Bad Faith
New York 22A commercial house
here learns from its Callao correspon
dent that Chilian war ships visited Lobes
Do Afuera on tho 27th ultimo destroyed
the launches platforms and cars and
ordered guano ships away This action
ii taken by Chilians after allowing these
deposits to be opened and allowing con
fidence to prevail among shipowners that
this fleet would not again be disturbed
I
Parnell Among thc Hoosiers
Indianapolis 21 Parnell arrived this
afterncon He was met by Governor
Williams and a committee The Grand
Opera House was crowded tonight with
IrishAmerican citizens who listened to
a forcible speech by Parnell He was
followed by Dillon Governor Williams
and others The collection reached sev
eral hundred dollars Parnell goes
from hero to Toledo
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PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO
513 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO CAL
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
DIPHTHERIA
WHERE THERE IS NO CANKER
V V there is no Diphtheria Halls Canker
lomsdy never fails Ask your neighbors
Sold b7iZo ° M I Drug Dcpt wholesale
ad retail Salt Lako City ja7
A ANDERSON
tfa rTh FURRIER MANUFACTURER OP
I YIflUR Robes Clove and Buokskla Clothe
It FuSs Cleaned aad Repaired
9 Bodh Ead of Commwrtial Street
REMOVAL
UMBRELLA AND PARASOL TAO
ttiory removed to three doors wart of
Dlnwoo4ess breW Block All
kind e ipbrellaj made to crier aad
paired with new cover ribs gprlnw han
Ie etc n23
PETERSON THE BUTCHER
Hanhana Block First South St
NEVER KEEPS ANYTHING
but leader Juicy and Fresh
Meats Give him your order
oiling him what YOU WIt and you will get
he Sweetest and Daintiest Steak and Joints
o as foand in the Market au23
FOR SALE
G A LARGE ASSORtMENT OF
1 A2Js 1 1 OI
Now Goods just imported A
treat variety at exceedingly Low
Prices at
jZ3 CARL O ASMUSSEHS
U J M HOLLAND
DE
Office over Davis Grccory Store
11 Main Street
WILLIAM BREDEMEYER
lyflNING CONSULTING AND CIVIL
JJJ Engineer U 8 Mineral Surveyor fo
Utah and Idaho Notary Public Geolodsa
examinations reports on mininz properties
surreys mines railroads and canali and
upcrinteadi the workings ef the fame
Prepare estimates and plans for opening
and working mine expert on minter qnas
tlon before the courts Addle PO Box
151 Bait Lab city Us III
H ARNOLD
Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail
Dealar in All Kinds of
PLAIN and FANCY CANDIES
AND cPAnIR
Fresh Bread Daily
For your Holiday Sweets you should
pay a visit to
H ARNOLD
d21 GLOBE BAKERY
FARMERS AND GARDENEH
Will do well to see tho New Stock
of Grass and Garden
SEEDS
Just Arrived at
TCArmstron GrainandFBBdStorB
34 First South St Box 310
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
TMHE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE
I ia announcing to the public that the7
ave remodelled nd joStled the Hotel
The Dining Rooms are ipaaioiu and the beat
of Heals will bo served night srd day
Single Heals soc
Hot Lunches as per card 25c
Room and Board 315O to 82 par day
9IO t4 12 per Week
cord 7 par wcot
The Bat hw been removed to the north of
the Hotel and four Billiard Tables added for
the accocmcKjRtton of incite and is DOW
open A PODLECH CO
CLIFT HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
BOArd and Rooms from 150 per day
and from 8 per week
S C EWIC
lyp ProDrlotrr
n a o pB f
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrcw C Brbcen Proprietor
UNDER nfitl1n NEW MANAGEMENT
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this cinirsl and popular hotel has been
renovated and thoroughly repaired for tho
reception of guests
Rates per day 150 to 2 per week
S3 to 10 according to rooms
Board per week 7
n2
OVERLAND HOUSE
MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
Board and Rooms 100 to 150 per day
Do Do 700 u 850 week
Single Meals 25 cents
all W A PITT Proprietor
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT
AND CHOP HOUSE
Mea1A served at all hours of the dsy
and night in firstclass Style
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEASOn
Served up in temptingly
OYSTERS HI EVERY STYLE
66 Main Street
JAS DllTWOODEY rIO
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BENEDICT HALL o
Slaanfaetnrara and Wholesale Dealers ia
Boots and Shoes
13413GG Etf Niw YORK
Cotrer Oroiby C1 tlck o5 cfDrcsdi
Jlr
SAVE YOUR BOOKS by Retting
them bound Try the 1IEIwD
3ind6ry rn8
Seoond StoukoftheSeason 1
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In consequence of the great demand for our ling of Gsodi we hate been
obliged to order and
Are Now Deceiving our Second Importation ir j i
OIF THE SEASON 1ji 1
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Our Stock thug reinforced is the f it t
IASGEST AND MOST COMPLETE WEST OF I
THE ROCKY TiIOUNPAJNSC f t
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C T 4 I
An inspection will show
AN ENTIRE NEW LINE OF r J
MENSAN OVERCOATS AND UISTESS
In Fine and Medium Qualities it
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MENS YOUTHS BOYS AND CHILDRENS SITS j
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In all Sizes Sty1e Colors and Prices r
t j
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Cotton and Merino Hosiery
White and Fancy Shirts X
Lined Gloves and Mittens i =
f
Woel Cassimere Overshirts
White and Colored Kid Gloves i
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs
Fancy Cashmere and Wool Mufflers
Boots and Arctic Overshoes I
Blankets Quilts Etc Etc r
Notwithstanding the Great Riso In Merchandise iJt
we have determined to keep down to oar r
Old Prices and our Patrons may rely OH
getting the Best ol Goods at a reason 1 i
able Cost
TO THE TRADE i 1 Ij 1j
We oiler special inducements Making as we do ft specialty of the r
above goode we can give better bargains than can be had elsewhere J
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Orders from tIle Country Solicited and will r
Receive Our Best Attention I
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GOLDSMITH CO 1L
Old Numfcer 88 145 MAIN STREET
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SEAR LIDDLE
Wholesale and Retail dealers in
CRAIN FLOUR FEED
a Cl B i sr xt2 > y a a M FEEDJ
Grass Garden and Field Seeds J t
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East Temple street
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THREE DOORS SOUTH OF Z C M I SALT LAKE CITY
AND PARK OIPY jt
DAILY ARRIVALS ii
OF
CH OE FAIL AND WINTER GOODS f
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DAY COQS e
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PRICES LOWASTHE LOWEST tIT tI
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i Demcrests Fall and Winter Patterns Have Arrlvedisa
K B MABQETTS Preat P PTJOSLET Get Trew
SALT LIKE FONDRY ANOPMifw ff
WorJzsOne and a fmlfBlech South of U O S Ii Depot i
Manufacture Engines Boilers Mill Work Mining
and Moisting Machinery Furnace
Work Etc Etc Etc
CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS MADE TO ORDER
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Gush paid for Old Iron and Brass
T PIERPOXT Szperintosdsnt 0
POBOXR39 08
JOHN TAYLOR SON I
MJPOEIATT TAILOaS
COMMERCIAL STREET NEAR Finer SOUTH
0
FALL AND WINTER GOODS 0
Full Stock of English French Scotch KHd
American Suitings CoatfnJS 0 r 0
Trowserings ate 0
wo 0 IWO Oi
0 0 0
Parties having Wool to dispose of would do wall to call on mo as I an
prepared to pay the
0
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL
In large or email quantifies Sacks and twine to tie fleeces fnrniahsd
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept in stock 0
H B CLAWSON
Warehouse corner Srmih and East Temple Streets tn5
kui00 0
0
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