CHICAGO TRADE. . . August SSy IMS. BARGAINS!! - BARGAINS!!! "c 'if.nP,ee?f reliability. 1 nlgM Mr. Darenport umeow to Mtss Ince playinf title role o! "Richelieu." hit first Mt bOW lOIMil ! - exa face that tells what he wlshealo Ian-loas' aa almost plainly by fecial play could; and a rolceof wonderful mu3ical which he handles with ihe skill of a F17m. .irxMiuonUt. uu Richelieu was differ- .at m mii respects to any webaYe yet seen beneath whoae prlesUy robes dwelt a b,u KafKbtly heart which no danger could appal and Jrtnch would not shrink from daring anthing the strong mind should dictate. 1 et the mt wily, astute, cl?ar sigmea, lar iwiui Ills mind of the siateaman ever predominated. mMriAiiktiAn of the great Cardinal was Terr being made with the enest floe, every or point 1U force and Importance. As the perception curtain ell ou the fourth act. alter he had flung his crtMUr darlDK at the bead of royalty itself. pruionced "cmii" from the audience brought Mr. Davenport to the proscenium door wbo ore 'IS. ManufaAturer8 aua wholesale Dealers in PI Those wishing their Teeth preserved should call on Opposite City Hotel, r W. H. H. SHARP, Beiitist . af , Z are now opening at the OLD ' d warranted TEETH Extracted with Nitrooa Oxide-Ga-s, without pain. Also Electricity, NINETY iTllOtSAND DOLLARS Chloroform and Etherial .Spray, orWORTH OF Hat I reeom- Freeilor rroe!s naed. Alias inc n ptayea the most pleavboweauiawoaowieugments. the mend Nitrons Oxide Julie imiuwix, praMounf nnestimper or or ha sarent aant vlngr Teeth and way tDtlon the character we have erer seen " xtmm Adams was Terr ronri a wmmm,smmm, AM VcKenxle and M D Maoprat and d- Indeed the. Karradas were..,so " w aui : P .null ViJperformed wrjiuuu Mr. 2fda tried to maae .ntlT ..,.. Tl , - Lludy Jnerldan Knowles' beaaUful play, will be presented, and to Julian St. iiV riJrrtmJid Marian na Mr. Davenport aad Miss have ample opportunity to display -i Btrreat abilities. Few finer pjaya than The ever tale of Mantua" have been writtand thought, noble sentiment en full o' P"srecouched in the most poetical imagery, unzaage. It correct delineation Is an Intellect. (rat and Imparts ths most Tlvtd pleasure, ul r&e cast is excellent. 8usan,M T marrow evening In "Black-eyemad -- alnt Heart Never Won Fair Lady," a we floe variety bll will presented. As William Mr luvenport stands second to no living actor, and hits been hi one of bis great specialities, him with the utmost success In lxm-uo- u puyed by aud in all the principal cities In the Union. A reference to the printed copy of the drama i&ows his name In toe cast when the piece wan first produced In a number of the principal the-!tla trie east: yet before that time the presw had placed him on n level with the T. I. OxKe In the character, though they jreat uad previously concluded that It wh lolly for any man to attempt the part In London after Adams plays Susan. He will tr.kc. MissMiss daoe. vim Alexander, a tailor's double the piece. The comedy that r..rciipeIt,daring an admirable one. and the lead. prevV aretslu the hands of Miss luce and Mr. mjc pHru von wJr.aUrhi J u-ie-- Dry Goods, CLOTHING, ice, a PACIFIC "G rand Commercial W. H. H. SHARP, S.D., Sarpcon A Mclianlcnl Dentist. Fl Hi COMPANY 17HIS established INSURANCE a General Agency in Salt. Lake City, for the Territory of Utah. Policies issued, payable either in Gold or i Currency as may be desired. & VAN SCHAACK, Enterprise" Wholosale EMPORIUM PEOPLE'S All tosses adjusted nnd pall at tne DRUG, PAINT, OIL Insurance effected on Farm Property! Mills, Merchandise, Risks and Dwelling at. Reduced Rates. A. J. RALSTON. bccrclari. And GLASS DEALERS, Koi. 1 & 3 RANDOLPH ST., CLOTHS and CASSIXEKES, rt Loo-Uo- !m LINENS i: MI SLINS. mi. We bad the pleasure of a visit h' ruoruiDg from Elder Moses Thatcher, who arrived by stage yesterday afternoon from his ruusioa t Europe, lie left this city on the lAh of April, 1367; and on arriving In England DENIMS, ' appointed to preside over the Cheltenham pW.ddover the Birmingham Confereuce.whtch certid up to the time of his leaving for his home. He left Liverpool on the 14th en the steamship Colorado, and remained ult., two weer In New York, and one week at Benton. Me 1 n forms us that the sick passengers of the Emera'd Isle, who were put In the hospital, had so tar recovered as to bo forwarded to Benton: sad having been sent on a fast train he believed they would reach Benton two days after the others. The track, he stated, will bo laid to Bitter Crews; this week; and the grading Is almost dons nearly to Ureen lUver. re-tu- rn Robbery. Last night a man named Carral was sleeping In a cerral on Cd South 8treet,west of Main street, and this morning when he got np and went to make a purchase of some grain he found himself minus over f 100. Suspecting two men who had been sieeptn near him, be bad them arrested and examined, but failed to find hla money. OoisQ It WnoLXSALiu Forborne nights, up UU Wednesday night, a man was noticed arounJ the outside of L. S. Ilemen way's or-eba- nf. la the 4th Ward, prowling around and carisg the boya and glrla who make a resort of tile place for walking In the evenings. On Ac. k Thon Bhsltnot make use of any alndo! soutls, unless they are bought at Auerbacn 4 Kro's atote.' C Thou Mmlt not nse jfove. hose, handker- hlrfn Hud fancy Kxds. uuUsn tley forne from AnerOach A IJio's ttorc. S. Thr.u Shalt not allow thy vlfe or dsasrbter to bnv dress goodsor domet4cs. tby ere lKuslst at Auerbarh A Bro'f iStorr. not walk thestrtetn, unless thy 4,Thovi halt are lKK)U uud p!io-lonbt at AnerbHrU A Bro'x fi. Thou nbaltno! tx allowetl to vtMt ladle & miless Uy clot bt tig comes from Anf-rbct-t Uny Stor. H. 1 iiou stiRit huH no covering for ihy beil A Bro's nnie tby bats are onibi i Aueil-- Tbou shalt nut walk into thy fct'i-e- . nnkw and maitbis aro bought, at carpets, thy Auerbach &. Bro's 8tore. a. Thou shalt not nllow tby female honKehnJd or silk to go walking, unless their hbawls. cloth fana.baJ-morcloaks, sacks, basques., furs, parasols, of trimembroidery and all sorts Which we are selling at Private and Public Hale mings skirts, Auerbach & Bro's 8tore. at aropurchasi-Lower than any other House In the Territory, P. Thou shalt not go to bed at night, unless as tbe entire Mlock mast b closest out In bedroom walls are covered with fine wall thy the EXT TI11RTT DAYS. with paper and border, and thy bed covered tine California blankets, purchased at Aperbach A Bro's Store. tic, trc, al d Sale Rays, Tuesday Regular nnd nt 11 Thursday Katurlay, o'clock. Ahetloneere. lm in IV.sxi-- i .halt visvf wi.Vra WANTED 4 V7 t"l In t Vl A mt and aoap, perfumery, tooth morning, unltrss arethy at Auerbach & Bro s, & fJ : GROCERIES, EAST TEMPLE STREET, ; . LOUIS TRADE. ' SOOTIER!? None but Good Men need apply. Tf TTJffT, BBAX, 1D COMR UORES. 1S65. (Dlioico Apples, BRO'S. i&Ci ATiTiTTTO- da Co., - . d22:3m Importers and Jobbers of Hardware and Cutlery, 51 Iikc St WILSON'S READERS nROTDniEN. , r j Hosiery, Gloves, Tans, rroncb 'orsets L.ACE.S, theOIf EYStoelcof Mlnlncr and Ws ZEPHYR o. 413 Xv FOURTH STREET. (Bet. St. Charles and Locust,) Mo. St. IiOVIS. ' d2:6m Pinneo's Grammar, CABRIAGEMNUFACTURINGCo; - - . -- v BOOTS, nnunn unuud s Stat H4Mf rtaLT Bloek. Jtortb of Kml-arratl- on Hejnare FmM CITY AD COOTBT or 3 Boots the East.-- S. P. Teaadale, John NMdham, Miss Mary Needham. wTo the East. John Mitchell, A. K..P. We keep constantly on band aafl 3Cake to Harmon, A. Boseowitx, Dr. I. S. Titus, A at-- tbe Shortest Notlos, DOOiai, BASH, 11 Bromley, D. P. Kimball, Ioutz. Peterson, J. vFro or-de- r, And IT. Bngrsrtes, Grant's Shifting Top Rail, & SSaoes, la any quantity, at very Low Rates. Coaebes and Hacks, CONCORD BTJCOIES, Ae. Assortment of Carriages la the xmuw, west, irom iawrence, unnuc Wo are determined onr ftesdi shall OSTUI, UOHD. V rlv satisfaction botb In PRICE V. V. A1 mmmmmAy and QUALITY. Abuot and recently . A wltn J. Formerly with Abbot, Downln?&.Ca,. of ,.t . Concord, N.u... .( , HENTl' FBC5CII CALF BeeT8 SHOES : 1 BRO F TEN aBOBI JLAJIEa KB,r FUE and IX W. CO AN. CO. Praa'u Hadtte Seey.. dJ2-lmm - ; aestfdaae-ia-w , Importers and Dealers in TIV PIATr.' SHEET IRON. WIRE. At m t Manufacturers of GALL ACID SEE THEH IS3 rXC1 ODD 337" j ; I y & CO., ih ( surr orjoxKxta. i :o:- STREETS, Cars, WEST RANDOLPH r i WESTERMANN A MEIER. Importers of Dealers in Olass & Quccnsiirarc. BRIDGE, BEACH Si 3-Largest F.'HT. Mei' 3Z .. " Passena-e- " ' f and We also manufacture at Corner of ANN Omni-bnsse- s, Express Wagons. Weftennann' Eooklnsr Glases.! Cutlery, Lamps, Coaioll Ac, No.523 2ortb Main St., ST. LOTtS, MO .. . 1 o2lS:8m j Strictly First Class. -- . Cliina, Tablo e,. 41 & 43Eandolph Street, CHICAGO. OF OUR OWN MAKE, j OF THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. r.BJ't DEALERS SUPERIOR ARTICLE . . Phntons, all kinds of Top and Open iirniniurn renrumenn mcuiumcdt nrnriuirnu , CIJLREXCES, BAROXXIIES, latber late Brett, Coaebes, Llffbt Work. AVINO on hand a Lartre Stock of Try XX of onr own .Tannins; and from Importations we are prepared to s &c Faints, oils, w inaow u ias3, S No. 210 N. fieeond St., St. EOCIS.3TO A. IT. Weber, ,? Jos. Gratiarn, Henry Brou-nI tl d226m FAMILY CARRIAGES, RAY'S ARITHMETICS, SHOES AND LEATHER, 4 BROWN, WEBER fc GRAHAM. Importers & Wholesale Dealers in . Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers and Dealers in W O R S T E D.S FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS MoxTErris Geographies, SIUN OF TIIF BOOT! GUMERSEIX, Sr., f Importer and Jobber of Elementary Spellers, Tools In tbia Blarket, adapted to otherkep tne wants or ins Territories, ior DSTing and them.lsrg-elr- , ysars Aunlllar past snppllcd wltb tbelr wants. ! 15. AND SPELLERS, CHICAGO. Wli. SLOAN & CO.. (OAtlTERROEKK, TITS 3BH(&' Asm , aotnjr d222-6i- AT J I BLEACHED nntArl onnnl In n nulitv tr thn lwct mannfiMI tnred in thoconntrv.i OrncE aso W'obks Cor. Main and Lombard I Streets. F. W. KockwellL Wm. H.Gregg:. Pres't. fec'y-" Comprlsiog BT j XA 0222:3m CORN at tbe Iloatb CARPENTERS tem TERitf to LEAD SCHOOL BOOKS. ) BAKBOUB, VCIIICAGO. R. W. IIAL.E. V F. A. IIUXTTXEW TORS. GODDARD, SHARP & YOUIIG. GEORGE dUSly STJIITH WITE r.Ktatlisbed bers of American Cottong, Wool ens. Flannels, Hosiery, GIotcs XadieV & Children's 81iooh, unu iiQiiuus. T. J. E. THE RAILROAD! Hssrss. " , CXXZCAGO. XXiL. IVTAIlTTT.E-g- N eedkd. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES BY STAGE. DryGoodsJobbers, SIIORTS, There u a bridge serosa the sidewalk, in a rather dilapidated ARE prepared to Contract for BTJ1XDINO and" and condition, just above Father Xeslen's in the aa cheap as the tho work; eonal to the beat . cheapest. fUYlng 20th Ward. A few minutes' attention from our obliging Supervisor of roads and bridg- 1; t - or one of his aides would put the matter right and make pedestrianism safer and more comlbrtablein that locality. Repairs AND And BABLEY. s ' COOK, ft C, PARLOR EEATINiG; 3,5A7L1KESTREET, OATS, TO WORK ON d301tf LARGE'or S'TtfCK : BfoJionm 49" Apply Immediately ET.'AXiXillW ot Co. Goods, X.in ImportcrH oTIre as uoo nna joo Uliilc and ens, and laborers, ?" lynching in Deer Lodgejwhlch was creating great excitement in that locality. A Spaniard named Julian, was traveling on horseback down Bear gulch for Deer Lodge river, when he was overtaken a man named Varley, who had worked for by him previously, and who after walking a short distance with him, gave him the of "handing over," or Mgolng under." Theoption Spaniard soon attar being robbed, found Juoge McElroy who issued a warrant for Var-l-y The robber returned to his work, after being absent two or three days, and was arrested by the citizens. The officers, wko bore the warrant, demanded the custody of the prisoner, watch the citizens refused; and both parties obtained reinforcements and armed for aa encounter. At last datt-- Varley was executed by tne citizens, the officers having made strenuous efforts to gain possession of his person. A flint was still imminent between the representatives of the law and the lynching party, the former having arrested one of the latter and held him la custody. HTJUJT, CASn PAID FOR r n, STORE Have Just received their 75, 77. A 70 Micliirrnn Arcnuc, Stono I 'Weber STOVE J. W AKT T3E8D ! HIGHEST WAGES PAID ! In Cab, Monthly. "n4vl-agents- Orders flllctl IroxnptIy ami ul larket Itatcs. d222:6m IiOwost BRO'S. Opposite Wells, Fargo & Go's Bank, and Express Office, East Temple Street, Bait Lake City. P.8. Particular attention paid to the Wholesale Trade, at the lowest figures. Come and see dl&l-3for yourself. IMMEDIATELY! Geo. The leuinul for Tlkts iitrreasca and greater impetus will now be) given to it tie "ENTERPRISE" by tue arrival f n Choice and well acleeted Stork of h Wtlll hair brushes bought btore.. lLTnon shalt not buy goods of any that iml tates Auerbach & Bro's. F. AUERBACH S. W. JOEL & CO., cl221 I ?. d llynson was hung last week at Benton, Mbutana, by parties unknown, for highway robbery, and haying generally a bad character. Vour rails were set on end, with their points together, and between these the "Colonel" was found hanging dead. It is said he came into tho country with a full set fit burglar's tools. Was he a "Coloner of Another account of the gives his name as Wm. Ulnson. Prom IIakmoxt.-B- ro. George W. SeTy from Harmony, who left there on yesterday week. Informs us that the grasshoppers had almost gone when he came away, after having done some damage to the fruit and a lit-t- ie to the corn. The there this season are the best they havecrops had for years. Their harvesting was done aad the grain stacked. The grasshoppers, he had learned, were at Washington in great numbers, on the cotton, and it was thought they would do considerable injury to it. They were traveling womb. Harvesting was progressing as he north, from the Rim of the Basin to paed this City at tho various settlements through which he passed. Ltx CHiyo xx Montana. The Helena Gax- tt of the 23rd Inst, has the account of a case of ; 1. store. CLOTHING, Wtdnesday night Mr. liemenway's son was :replng In the orchard, and was awakened by hearing a noise, lie arose, took a double-barrelegun which was loaded only with powder and wad. and went towards where the noise was heard, lie saw a saan helping himself freely to fruit, who started to leave as soon as discovered. Mr. II. ordered him to stop or he would fire, but the man ran on and cleared the fence, the two barrels of the gun being fired alter htm. but of course without any damage being done. Following to the fence he saw the man Join another with a wagon and both drive off. i be presence of the wagon was evidence thai they intended to do their work on an ex. tsasive scale, and to drive a heavy business in the fruit trade. The double-barrele- d gun Is Quarry-mehow loaded with buok shot! What's in a Titlk? A "Col." PROGRESSING WUre. TAILORS TRIMMiyGS,! M Conterence, In which capacity he labored for eleven months, lie was then appointed to j s pott. UT whs SlIEETIXCsS. o i EXCELSIOR ILLINOIS. CHICAGO, ' Irrrider' General Agrenta for Utala. d211-3- ('orner of Michigan Avenue.) THE ELEVEN COMMANDMENTS! lu HUNT, WALKER BROTHERS, d DRESS PATTERNS, CSen ernl Ajroncy. 19 I n . : Comprising, IHE! MARINE f well-know- New." ' Oapital&Assets, Gold, 81,433,037.81 BTREKT, BURMAIS - INSURANCE COMPANY, ed WITHOUT PAW! OfRce Ons Door Eait of "Deserst Evening d 222: 2m j ! EL.L,. Ooods sold at NewCItlCJao, York Wholesale Prices. m JllJt CUJPJJtT A fo- - Wo.. 14C, Water JTEW YORK. d222;m I Kx-traet- I i Of San Francisco, California. E. Ftt AXIiENTII A I Sc. Co., of Cnolee to s;tve satisfaction. IMPORTERS and Manufacturers ,n kinds of LEAF, TEETH Inserted in GOLD, SILTEB, and RUBBER PLATE, t Prleeej firom , j tlOO down to ft40, per SET. reauest anv and everybody knowing them selves indebted to us, by note or otherwise to settle within (60) sixty days from this date, to save expenses, as at that time all claims must, be given into the bands of onr attorney for collection. N. s. RANSOBOFF A Cov Bait Lake City, July 9, 1863. dl95:s452meiv CHICAGO. dsrto i IJnClLL'S . with GOliD, PCBE TEETH plnga-eW3I. II. SlIABFs AM" II. and SILVER, ALOAM. IIEV7 TORE STORE, ' TTVEYES and PAPER BAGS, Pfos. 4.3 fc 4.4. rtnto Street, LOOK TO YOUR TEETH & i Of Every Description, 1 00O,OOO! wm Coarse and Fine Papers, Ul ceicrominy tor publication, but as a StScwuirUy TB4TicAi--L- Qp r- iS to write on one tide oXthe paperenly. can be taken of anonymous names must In B,ln. muaicsUoos. correspondeuUtheir communlca-'Ter- y . IjAFLIN, BUTLER & Co., NOTICE OF N. S. RAMSOHOFF & C03 we notify A WHOM IT. MAY CONCERNwill i i i Lli i ArvlrA. .i...hin ou the First of January next, and we therefore EXCIIfttlG E OU 0 G TINNERS' STOCK 120 North BAiHT XOaixi oCoJ., Street,., iuua. i . i !