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View Ad Mitchell & James, David James Count: 22 First Date: 1891-01-01 Last Date: 1891-12-15
DAVID JAMES, TINNER, GAS, WATER & STEAM FITTER. Agent for RUMSEY’S celebrated LIFT and FORCE PUMPS. Pumps Repaired On short notice. Orders from the country promptly responded to. Address, David James, Box 306. Salt Lake City.
View Ad R. K. Thomas Count: 22 First Date: 1891-01-01 Last Date: 1891-12-15
R. K. THOMAS 26, 28, 30. and 32 East 1st South St., SALT LAKE CITY. The Leading Retail Cash House. R.K.THOMAS
View Ad Teasdel's Count: 22 First Date: 1891-01-01 Last Date: 1891-12-15
Special to the Ladies. AT TEASDEL’S Will be found the latest styles and productions in LACES, RUCHES, EMBRODERIES, FANS, GLOVES, PARASOLS, RIBBONS, COLLARS, TIES, And an elegant assortment of DRY GOODS: Special department for Ladies’ Misses’ and In- fant’s Shoes. 112, 114, 116, 118 East Temple Street,
View Ad Union Pacific Count: 8 First Date: 1891-01-01 Last Date: 1891-05-01
UNION PACIFIC THE OVERLAND ROUTE Tickets ON SALE TO ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH AT UNION TICKET OFFICE, Main Street, Salt Lake City. C.E. INGALLS, J.V. PARKER, City Pass. Agt. Div. Pass. Agt.
View Ad Woman's Co-operative Mercantile and Manufacturing Institution Count: 11 First Date: 1891-01-01 Last Date: 1891-06-15
Mrs. M. Isabella Horne, Prest. Mrs. Mattie Naisbitt-Thomas, Sup WOMAN'S CO-OPERATIVE MERCANTILE and MANUFACTURING INSTITUTION. DRESS GOODS, FANCY ARTICLES, DRESS MAKING for Ladies & Children, DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS BURIAL SUITS 123 E. 1st SOUTH Opp. City Hall, Salt Lake City
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1891-04-01 Last Date: 1891-04-15
NOTICE. Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s class in Obstetrics will open at No. 24. S., 7th East St., Monday, April 13th, at 10 a. m. The great demand for well trained nurses and competent accoucheurs, should be a stimulus to those ladies who have aptitude for these noble works, to take advant- age of such schooling as that given in Dr. Shipp’s classes, which is always on easy terms and very satisfactory. For particulars cum- municate with Dr E. R. Shipp, either per- sonally or by letter.
View Ad Kate Wells Studio Count: 5 First Date: 1891-04-15 Last Date: 1891-06-15
MISS KATE WELLS, STUDIO One door north of Z.C.M.I.-Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.-9 am. to 1 p m. 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. PHOTOGRAPHS COLORED & ENLARGED.
View Ad Woman's Co-operative Institution Count: 6 First Date: 1891-07-01 Last Date: 1891-09-15
Woman's Co-operative Inst'n Keeps on Hand DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY, EQUI- POISE WAISTS, ETC. Dress Making in all its branches, Millinery, latest styles, Hats and Bonnets cleaned and retrimmed Feathers curled, etc. Stamping done to order. But tons covered while you wait. Burial Suits a Specialty. No. 123 E. First South Street, Opposite City Hall
View Ad Woman's Voice Count: 3 First Date: 1891-07-15 Last Date: 1891-08-15
Woman’ s Voice AND PUBLIC SCHOOL CHAMPION. A bright newsy weekly paper, treating of all reforms that affect women; is A firm defender of the public schools, and gives information concern- ing them. It contains reports of the W. C. T., the King’s Daughters and Missions. Exposes the dangers threatening the nation from Immigration, the Liquor Traffic and Roman- ism—gives full reoprts of the world-renowned Boston Music Hell Patriotic Sunday afternoon meetings. PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR. SAMPLE COPY 3 cts. Address: ELIZA TRASK HILL. Editor and General Manager, Room 9, Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass.
View Ad Mary H. Baker, Barker Count: 1 First Date: 1891-09-01 Last Date: 1891-09-01
MRS. M. E. VAN, M. D. OFFICE.- 324, 325 Third Floor, Constitution Building HOURS.-8 to 10 a.m., 4 to 6 p.m.
View Ad The Woman's Tribune Count: 7 First Date: 1891-09-01 Last Date: 1891-12-15
THE WOMAN'S TRIBUNE, Edited and pubblished weekly at Washington, D.C., by CLARA BEWICK COLBY. Price, $1.00 a year. Trial Subscriptions, five weeks for 10 cents. The Woman's Journal, of Boston, and the Woman's Tri- bune, of Washington, D.C., will be sent to one ad- dress for $3.00 per year.
View Ad M. E. Van Count: 6 First Date: 1891-09-15 Last Date: 1891-12-15
MRS. M. E. VAN, M. D. OFFICE. —324, 325 Third Floor, Constitution Building HOURS-—10 a. m., to 4. 8 at 6 p. m
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1891-10-01 Last Date: 1891-11-01
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP Will commence another class in Obstetrics and Nursing, ON Monday, October 19th, 1891, AT HER OFFICE, No. 18 S. MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY.
View Ad Woman's Co-operative Institution Count: 5 First Date: 1891-10-01 Last Date: 1891-12-15
Woman’s Co-operative Inst’n Keeps on Hand DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY, EQUI- POISE WAISTS, ETC. Dress Making in all its branches, Millinery, latest styles. Hats and Bonnets cleaned and retrimmed Feathers curled, etc. Stamping done to order. But tons covered while you wait. Burial Suits a Specialty. No. 63 E. FIRST SOUTH STREET, Three doors west of Theatre.
View Ad Rio Grande Western Railway Count: 3 First Date: 1891-11-15 Last Date: 1891-12-15
RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILWAY SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD THE Standard Gauge RAILWAY! ..THROUGH THE.. ROCKY MOUNTAINS! Choice of Three Distinct Routes, AND THE MOST MAGNIFICENT RAILROAD SCENERY IN THE WORK. Two Fast Express Trails Daily EACH WAY BETWEEN OGDEN, SALT LAKE AND DENVER. ELEGANT RECLINING CHAIR CARS! Free of Charge. Direct Connections made in Union Depots. THE MOST THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED RAILWAY IN THE WEST. D. C. DODGE, Genl. Mgr. A. E. WELBY, Supt. J. H. BENNETT, G. F. & P. A.