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WASTED lu.MEDIATW.V A jjirl to ,Io general housework. Apply to 0. V. Croeheron, nt Z.C'.M.I. Clothine Department. dv : For a fine display of new books and fancy initial stationer', look in atDwy-er's atDwy-er's window. adv j Wortii Knowing. The National Hotel, east of Post Office, has changed hands, and is now run by l)ayid Hoge, who will guarantee the very best treatment treat-ment at the lowest rates. adv For Sale Cheap. A full corner lot on Main Street and ten acres grass land, for ca-h, stock, or U. C. bonds. Apply to H. J. Faust or Bp. Jenkins. " adv Piano Raffle. A seven and a half octave piano, cost 420, will be raffled for, by 300 chances, one dollar each. Tickets to be had at Mrs. Cole-brook's. Cole-brook's. Take your chances quickly. adv For Monteith's and Guyot's Geographies, Geo-graphies, States ink, pens, pocket-books, pocket-books, cv.c., newspapers, magazines and cheap publications, call at lawyer's. adv A Blast of 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. "Tiie Ti.mesi auk orr of Joint," but you can always got the tiiuo at the Watch, Jewelry and Toy Store of Carl C. Asmusscn, lvist leuipie St. Ho keeps a first class stock of goods on band, adv. J OI'-Cohn li.Uis, just the thing, five cents each ; and the best of fruit at Henry Wallace's. adv. JtsT Received. A supplv of I'.mrlisn ale now nn draught. I.v'l'hil Margctts at his lielreslwncut Rooms, '-ml Mouth Street. (;d lunol,, sir. dines, oysters, e with cool and re-. re-. Ireshiug lager served up with neatness and promptness. slljv Military. Jhorv is an immcn-e lot of guns, sabres, military clothing and military trimmings, at the Clothine Department, 'A. C. M. I., lor sale -i astonishingly low figures. Call and examine them. a,jv IOramjes and . Lemons. A line lot at Henry Wallace's. adv Fur the Latest Edition of the L. D. S. Hymn Book, call at Dwyer's, next door to Kimball k Lawrence's. ndv . Napoleon's Amir 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 to Golightly & Harris at the "Globe." adv. Prize Candt boxes, just the thing, at Henry Wallace's. adv Napoleon's War Maps are at a discount, but F'roiseth's Maps of Utah Territory, Great Salt Lake Valley and City, all on one sheet and neatly colored, col-ored, showing the mining localities of Big and Little Cottonwood, Bingham, and Kast Canons, are in great demand. Everybody should have oue, either in pocket form at $1.00 or in single sheets at 00c. F'or sale by news dealers and mailed to rill parts of the country on receipt of price by James Uwyer or Calder Bro's, Salt Lake City. " adv. Imvoutant ! Don't forget that .loc j Simmons' Saloon and Restaurant, ho-! ho-! tot basement, -d South Street, is still I well supplied with Oysters. Pigs' Foot. I Calve Tongue. Sardines. Liirer 'Beer. Tennant's XX Porter. Bar- clay ,V Perkins' London Stout, Shep-; Shep-; ton Mallet Pale Ale. Brewer. Benias .V ( V's Omaha Ale. .1. 0. Partridge's Golden Crown Cigars and Fine Cut I Tobacco. ! j 'irent speciality at thi- Saloon is I Fresh Oysters, large, fat and lueiou-. I served up in every style. A supply ' j now on the way. This is the place to x,-t a, substantial Lunch any hour nf the day." nnd at very cheap rate. ndv. For the best assortment of school books, English, Latin, Greek and French, call at Dwyer's. adv F'or cheap pictures, frames, maps, song books, and first-class novels, call at Dwyer's. adv For A magnificent assortment of new albums, all sizes, cheap, look at Dwyer's window. adv Persons having business with me may find me in the rear of the Telegraph Tele-graph building, 1st South Street, from 8 a.m. till 0 p.m., when Conference is not in session. I have a buggy that I will sell cheap for cash, or exchange for a two-horse wagon. adv George D. Keaton. Proclamation-, No.- 3. To the citizens ot Salt Lake City and Territory Terri-tory of Utah : Know ye, that 1, J. P. Freeze, Superintendent of the Thirteenth Ward Co operative Store, will, during Conference, offer special bargains to all desiring to purchase Dry Goods, Groceries, Gro-ceries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, and, in short, anything that will make life happy and very desirable. Call and examine our stock before purchasing purcha-sing elsewhere. adv. THEATRE CONFERENCE WEEK. CONTINUED ATTRACTION. IXTKXSKLI EXflTIXG DRAMA! Laushablc Farce! Captain Croxall's Crass Band, Will be in attendance. Saturday Even'g, Oct. 8, 1870. Will be presented tho intensely exciting Drama, in fuur acta, entitled The CARPENTER ROUEN Or, the Massacre of St. Bartholomew In which tho full strength of the Company will appoar. NEW AND EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF Mr. E BEEZLEY. , ; timn-l Putpuuri Briliisut Piano Mr. A. A. K EE D HAM To conclude with the side-.-pIittini? Farce entitled .Foil it Buttercup! John Buttercup Mr. .1. C. GRAHAM Other character? by the Company. Great Western MATCHES .Iiuufncturel by PAUL LECHTENBERG, M arr-aitt' d to !t:nid in any climjitr. 19h Ward. SALT LAKE CITY. Tarbox's Combination Stencil Alphabet! For Marking Show Cards. Boxes, Httrrele, Bugs, Trunks, JLc. The finest, thing lor merchant.-', miller", and biiMtu1 men generally ever invented. LetieriiiL' can be done by it must expeditiously expedi-tiously and neatly. . II. MILES, Aernt. A little west of and nn the opposite side of liie -treei from the I beat re. GENERAL 31USTER ORDERED tY e.-ryWdy ;iT1.i ;tj. in.i nut-ruti? J cou-ins during Conference, at the Auc-tin Auc-tin :tud Conitui-ion K -om-: of H.vHDV Jt WILLI V.MS.cc.-n.l $u'! ten. two rk-.-r " fr.un fca-t Teuip.e Siriit. wl. :e a Urge stock ot Itvn W aro. Dry ti-.vr-, furniture and! eTcrfhii.g thnf rve-yl.-.. wrtnt i-: m be ' "ld nt fl fnieh in if l(:irr;iii.- ! ! ! jl). II. SlirCKEK,! MKKU1ANT T Wl.oU. i Nn. ." 1 7 Olive Mrrei. T. I, Oi l, j Send? Gothic &11 ovr-r itu W'r-i and five? entire MUsfMr.tiAja. A X.. 1 enahhcm6i)L Z. C. M I. RETAIL GROCERIES VERY CHEAP ! Eldredge &. Clawson's BIdg's SALT LAKE CITV. H. B. CLAWSON, Suit. SHAVING k HAIR-DRESSING HALOON. JOHN SQUIRES & SONS, EAST TEMPLE STREET, First door lowth of Bp. hunter's residence. Private Rooms For Cutting and Dreuinsr Ladies' nnd Chil-dren Chil-dren Hair. MANUFACTURED HAIR. ETery description of riair Work mode 1 order. A quantity Ladici' bwiiehes od hand. Ornamental Hair Werk. Ladief' and fJcntleran't: Wtch Gnariig, Bracelets, Rinpn, Necklaces, I made to ordor. CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILR'D. Time Sohednl., July 18, 1870. EsrWAJlD. Tram 'fMindara Jdixl. Duly !xeeptMl :Hn Franric L 8onam' 4 0Opml 7 f" pu 1 aklnnd " S .V " ! 4 3t ' I .n Jrt" 7 4o " 4 .1o " ; M'-'Ckloii ' larcpin 7 '-' " Sacramento L 2 10 " 1 9 (' ' .MrvTile Ar 4V1 " ! 1 hpm Chico i 6 4" " J 5 '" Ol6,x ' L 1 ivT I Toa Rtio " 115 am 1 e c b 46 Km WinnfmnccM " 1 9 Hi " c I'M 5 pm Hutil Mountain ".l-rm i 3 J) jh j (".trim " 3 Hi pie 5 f) ft " . K.ko " 4 40 - i2S..b, Kltr.n ' 1 an -at " ' am 1 Prn r 6 fin " S OO " Wf.!!TW.,m. Train StinriaTB M.x" 1 fi'vpm' 6'.g,pTi; ' ' -o " 4j ub 7 ib pui f'lriiz - Vj "..' " f. V, ' Lis.:fi UubBUkhi. ' 1 Z:- p7i Or, jjo, V .r.LCBiUcra " 4 t-.' ft r i R' -o l mi n w, i " J? i Ul'pm Chf " ' i l(Ty. arx I Ma--TrTi!l 9 10 ' ! 2 3.. ,., ?-iraait.. Ar 11 " t'M " P-trrttn-Lr 11 4-:- an ! 7 I-j -x 7 " PtvrfcTta - 1 4'jpB. S ZA " kn j, t :. r.'. " j ; imja rvia rao-Lf " t w " j 2 " V jI &a 'o- Jl. N. TOWNS, X. H O0''batA", in- C f H S C fn. aff, frTMrr,w. I h TEASDEL Eq G0.5 OPPOSITE SALT LAKE HOUSE, Bog to announce to their patron.-. :nioiher lavco arrival oi' DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HATS, CL0TKIN3, &c. As complete an assortment ol' HOSIE MANUFACTURED BOOTS ANM As any in the Territory, which we are constantly increasing and improving. OCTOBER CONFERENCE. GRAND DOMESTIC DISPLAY. Z. C. Rfl. I. 'RETAIL DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. We ofi'er the largest aesortuient of DOMESTICS, DRILLS, STRIPES, CHECKS, TICKS, HUNTS, FLANNELS, LTNSEYS, DELAINES. MKRLNOES, BLANKETS, CARPETS, CLOTHS, BOOTS, SHOES, etc., Ever brought to this city, at simply and barely remunerative prieos. II. B. CLAWSO V, Supt. DU5!FORD & SQMS IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN DfinqiQ Qunpo & uwq duu 10, onuiio 05 nil io, At the sign of the MAMMOTH SHOE AND HAT STORE EIlST TEMPLE STliEET. GRAIN WANTED! REAI! READ ! READ! Zion's Co-operative Mercantile Inst'n ELDREDGE !t CLAWSOM IJUILDIIVGJS. Groceries, Hardware Sec. A T RETAIL! This I'epaitinont is supplied with an immense Stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries, Hardware, 7ooli Agricultural Implemenfii, (Jttecnstvart; rlaxu:nrey 'J'iittvam, Stoves, Reapers, Mouert, Hirue and S'dh liuhea, And Oilier Machinery. Our assortment includes a larirc variety of articles not jruimrnlly li)iinri in "tores, hence we are induced to ufTur (hern ut retuil to meet a public j -1 m ni which has been heretofore unfilled. We shall continue to supply thu wliolchale trade at our usual low prices, and an ins,ecnon of our Hock mmmi Tail to satisfy the elosest wholesale or retail buyer that it will be to their interest to make their purchases at the '' Grocery Department, 'A. O. M. I." II. IJ. CI.AAVSOA, Mipt. T. a W. TAYLOR I lave opened their new and commodiou- store. OPPOSITE SALT LAKE HOUSE, Where th-y invite their (rien'ls ml tlie pnl.lie (..neraKy to eai and see th'-ir splendid stoek of SMEW GOODS! A- they kre detcrmintd t., 1 0w Jorca-h. They eon-i-t of GOOD.-, (JJIOCEP.IKS. CI.OTHl.NC. BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. CKOCKEJlV, CLOCKS. MOVES. IlARliWARE, ETC. filifi' Alio Ll'T aVU t.Li.1. rlour, Grain, Butte.-, Eggs, Bac;on, Cheese, &c.