KuiK Casot boxes, just the thinir, at Henry Wallace s. --"Iv Pop-Corn Bags, just the thing, tire cents each ; and the best of fruit at Henry Wallace's. adv. For Sale Cheap. A full corner lot on Main Street and ten acres grass land, for cash, stock, or U. C. bonds. Apply to H. J. Faust or Bp. Jenkins. adv Piano Rankle. A seven and a half octave piano, cost 42:3, will be rafHed for, by 3iju chances, one dollar each. Tickets to be had at Mrs. Cole-brook's. Cole-brook's. Take your chances quickly. adv Ji.sT Received. A supply of Knglish ale now on draught, by Phil. Margetts, at his Refreshment Rooms, 2nd South Street. Cold lunch, sardines, sar-dines, oysters, &c, with cool and refreshing re-freshing lager served up with neatness and promptness. adv A Blaht ok Smoke. Ed. Harris has the largest supply of the finest Cigars ever received here from California, Cali-fornia, with the best Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigar-ettes, Cheroots, Amber Mouth-pieces, Canes, Umbrellas and Notions in general, Cigars cheap at wholesale and retail. adv. Napoleon's W. ,:, M-J discount. bd'i:!v:iO-.aL . ui'li territory, l.tvai Sl ).ke Vnlkv and City. all. on lvt ,,! n, ;1tly col-o.J.4i col-o.J.4i (,.. V,? Vn: localities of Mir -..;,d i.iit " Cottonwood. Bingham, -.d East C;.n im pre in great demand. ...vryl.p-.y, sLould have one, cither iu , , l.,t lY.nrt ai.oo or sheets , ' rorsalcby newsdealers and ii;kd to all parts of the country on rv.-ipt of price by James Dwvor or Colder Vim's, Salt Lake City. vU- Fine Fruit. The most luscious and rich pears, and plums, and other excellent fruits, can be, got at H. Wallace's. adv. "The Times are out of Joint," but you can always get the time at the Watch, Jewelry and Toy Store of Carl C. Asmussen, East Temple St. He keeps a first class stock of goods on hand. " adv. , Napoleon's Army is short of food and forage, but he could get a full supply of the necessary bread, crackers, crack-ers, pies, pastry and groceries, by-applying by-applying to (xolightly & Harris at the "Globe." adv Important ! Don't forget that Joe Simmons'- Saloon and Restaurant, hotel ho-tel basement, 2d South Street, is still well supplied with Oysters, Pigs' Feet, Calves' Tongues. Sardines, Lager Beer. Tennant's XXX Porter, Barclay Bar-clay - Perkins' London Stout, Shop-ton Shop-ton Mallet Pale Ale, Brewer, Bemas k Co.'s Omaha Ale, J. C. Partridge's Golden Crown Cigars and Fine Cut Tobacco. Great speciality at this Saloon is Fresh Oysters, large, fat and luscious, served up iu every style. A supply now on the way. This is the place to get a substantial Lunch any hour of the day, and at very cheap rates. adv. Worth Knowing. The National Hotel, east of Post Office, has changed hands, and is now run by David Hoge, who will guarantee the very best treatment treat-ment at the lowest rates. . adv i Military. There is an immense i lot of guns, sabres, military clothing and military trimmings, at the Clothtug Department. Z. C. M. I., for sale at a-toni-hingly low figures. Call and I examine them. adv THEATRE CONFERENCE WEEK, SPLENDID COMEDY BILL! ROARING FARCE. j Captain froaIIs Brass fianrl. Will ri'ri'urm in the Orchestra. Tuesday EVerrg Oct. 4, 1870, W ill l;e presented the --c:v ;i'...a..ihg uld Eui,'hsU Cuunsly in att5. ctr itlc l .Usuir.il Franklin Mr. 1. McKEXZIE Bi Iv l.ackaa.iy M r. J. r .,H( il a M Eugtma M. s At A MS A-M-M .i ijy a pcKcrlal t.--T o: . i.ir.i, tcr.-. t-' ,.-tn-!i.ie ivjlh the K-ei:- T:r,-r, . Tho 3IarrieI Halve. Mr. Yiiih'v Mr. J. C .iEAUAM Mi -. Irisirse x) ... jda.MS Otlu-.r .-hir;ii-iar by The I'.nniijn.'. 'LATEST MWS BY TELEGRAPH LAST NIGHT. 'The Report of the French Victory at Versailles Unfounded. 'The Duke of Nassau killed by Fvances-tireiirs vhile j l idinsr with Kin? William. i j . iMore Fighting, with German i Successes. j i : t Terrible Floods of the j Shenandoah. i " j The Roman Plebiscite-Italian Plebiscite-Italian Unity Declared. The Prussians Closing on ParisThe City to be j Bombarded. Another Fight at Paris on Sunday. I Russell, of the L."iidon j "Times," an Inventive Correspondent. i More German. Armies for the Invasion of France. General IVew. H. DIN WO ODE Y, FURNITURE DEALER And uimiolkti;ki;i:. i All kinds of IMPORTED FURNITURE Oonatantly on hand at the Salesroom, EAST TEMPLE ST. , Every description of HOME-MADE FURNITURE, At the Factory and Salesroom, 1st South Street. Salt Lake City. COFFINS, PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL Always in Stock. I Z. C. M. I. i MINERS ATTENTION I .The eel eb rated GIANT POWDER HAS ARRIVED. ALSO, I FUSE, CAPS, HAMMERS AND DRILLS. T'j (uit. Jp.,r r ilt tie I I j Wholesale Grocery Dept'mt. i n. h. CLAWfeON, SVPT. z. c. HOME MADE - BOOTS AND SHOES Warranted Superior to Imported Goods. TIIK KOOM In arrsnced for the special comfort aud convenience con-venience oi Ladies who with to Purchase or be Fitted to Order. HOME MANUFACTURE ! We hare bought out thestock and mac kinery of the "BXGr BOOT" ESTABLISHMENT, And &n now f.ipaly a first olsws article of SHOE FINDINGS In full stock for trade use- Alo, u e:'v 'x ii in n i LEATHER, LUAIHEIt, Of all kinds on hand. Be inro and notice llie. Stn of the " BIO HOOT." H.B. 0LAWS0N Kudc. TO THE WOOL GROWERS OT TJTA.II. I will receiv-ri WO O L rn exchange for oloth find yam (. tlin Deneret Woolen Milk, Month of Kanyon Creek, Halt Luk Con my. BlillYG ON YOUR WOOL J. W. Cummins".