A Live Paper I FuP. ' Live People. ! Tin: salt laki: j DAILY HERALD nil-: j KKCI.LAK AM) COMMERCIAL Nf.V.-I'AI'KIt 01-' SALT LAKE CUT. FREE AND ; INDEPENDENT. TheCheapestPaper I'l lil.lill KD IS Tim KoiKy Mountain ! TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE! Th re-'ent Ji'OuVPry nnl mi-iil development develop-ment uf ilia mint' of I t.tti h.tvo Kiven, and will Ociitinuo ti Hive, an impetus to trade of very It i ii 1 . which nhuuld cmuuiitnd the attention at-tention of nil Im-iiicH utt-n who desire to atiitre in it ir"ii c h. Ilaavy uliiiMiitiiiU of orM for months pa.-t Kavo ttuon bnniriiit wntltb into the Territory; lartfo inimihTiitinn h:ii commeni'fd ; tigri-cultural tigri-cultural nd oilier rodiK'(3 are finding ready iitlcn ; itnd mer.htnt. be in to feel the steady (low of money throiuh the varied channels of commerce. To bu-iine.-M niiMi ut u di-!,inoe wlio uoci to I'ttrtioiinilo in tho lively tr.ido which mu4 attend nu'h a rapid Krowtti of iiiteriMts, as well ad to the ltv.il puldic. A live. enerKetic nownpuper id it nftvsity, by which 'o be in ftdo fully aciuuinU'd with tho true condition condi-tion of matters tkd they exi.-t, and ' hrounh wh it'll to prvHont their tunings an4 facilities for tu.'tii.-hiiiir i) proiui.Miifr a market. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Fully mceU th'n neocssity ia Utah. Xot bvliiK l'1 i"K of uny croii, sect or iity, nor tlcvotttl nluiio to any mIukIci lutririit. it ha.-' urown upon public favor and Attained an unprecedented oircula-( oircula-( i n in tho time which ha clap.-cd .-ineo it WAd e.-ttftblished. by bein in tho strictest nenso ft Kvcr, 1 mle pe mle ut , Live mill ThoroiiKhly t'rKii.lv NKWSrATER ITS MIXIA'G ITEAVS Collated with the greatest care and from the most reliable, ioihvoj, makos it valuable to all iutoresu-d in tho mines of Utah ; its AGRICULTURAL AXO 0 US URAL TERRITORIAL IXTELLJGEXCE Can be equally relied on; and itskstkkprisS has rlaeed it in tho FRONT HANK OF THE ROCKY .MOUNTAIN JOUKNALS. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Circulates largely and is widely read in every Mining Camp, ar.d throughout the Cities, Town? and Settlement of the Territory; Terri-tory; is tVuud iu the etV.ce of every enterprising enterpris-ing bu!ine.s m.m in Vtah: cireuUccs on the j I nion PauMtto. Central raeitie and Utah Cen-1 tral Kailroads: has a Lirse umU subscription list east, wet, north and south: and is ! j The Best Advertising Medium, la the KocXy Mountain re.ien. j ! . Where to Advertise! i Where it will be Seen! i Where it will be Read! j In the People's Paper! r ii r. SILT LAKE HERALD. EO YOU Yv"A:N"T EMPLOYMENT LUBEI KELT, ' MECHANICS, LABORERS, LOTS TO BEST, HOUSES TO EOT, OFFICES TO EE-NT, STOKES TO EEXT, MAKE YOUR V.'AXTS KXOWX IX THE Salt Lake Herald. LUMBER YARD. ' SALT LAKE And Truckee LUMBERYARD (ElffilGAT RPHIIPTM ! A Largo Stock of Windows, 12, 8 and 4 Light. SashandSashDoors I'EIMED AND GLAZED. VENETIAN BLINDS, Oregon, Sugar Fine and Redicood FLOOHIiXG, CEILING, SIDIXG, UUST1C. Redicood Ornamental and Sugar line PICKETS Dressed, Clear, Seasoned. I I i i l Redwood and Sugar Pine Architrave, j Base, j Crown, ! Bed, ' Panel, j Wainscott-Cap i MOULDINGS. i i i Sugar Fine Ii A T XX. SHAKES. ' j Sugar Fine and Rediccod SHINGLES Contracts made for BATTERY AN I MINING TIMBERS 'at j Reduced Kates. W : " ' p i . o- UW ESS! HAINES' TREATISE, Ju: Jll..j K. 2. iliZl'.i. Ci.: j. a m:v edition or HAINES' TREATISE. Ktvlitd lad talairgtd. Aa I: : 'e J. i f r j - -' 'r Y :.x r, t r - . . . . , ' - : - " i i' i. . A a. - - - - L 4 : .K - : r ii lU. Lj ELIJAH Af. IIALXK, Cuu-t-.' 'r at Lav:. tl.-.r.n. b.t: : -c 1 ar. i 132 prove 1, "m.j.',.1 .it" 1 a . 1 U . u j-:'. v j v .!.:.(,:" ,.tr - u:c Lvui l iii ije-t i.iaV evl, i'r::c J. .--. lfAIXlI ' T It 3-J A 'i.' X S H Ij a b'.'.k well k l-. n to ev. -y J -e cf the K.i-'e, triij'.KiLi l.i'er a-1 j--j!. oiiijer in illiii'jia ai the Nrth w.;;'.cry Lt.es ad Icrrit'ritra, ai the a. u::"; 1 C j-.t '.-zt i wirlt t-f the kin I ex:.Lt. It litely b-:tn revi-i-I by the a i'.h jr. and tLiterui:)- iroved by the adil:i'.awl u.uch itiip-.rtar.t u.x"-.r, g:vi:.g a.l the Lite UW3 ai.d pU'-ii:lt:i d W a to l'' J. Tuia bu'jk hoj, up to the present tiie. reached reach-ed a larger sale thin any other work u!' the kind in this country. Xhis lh,ct may Le men-tioued men-tioued aj evidence of its superiur merit. Its excellence consu'j both in the matter embraced, em-braced, anl the arrangement or ctassifjja-tion ctassifjja-tion of subjects. , Iu the collection of matter contained in the work it Li intended to ifive all the statute law and the jjenerai principle of the common com-mon law iu connection therewith, which a justice of the tcaoe, polici magistrate, con-atableor con-atableor coroner will require in discharging their duties, or that a practicing lawyer will need for reference in ordinary casea, or that may be required for the information of every business man. This will entirely supersede the necessity for reference to the volumes of the statutes. j 1 he arrangement of the work is methodical, methodi-cal, and cf the essence of iu value, presenting present-ing each subject in its order and in it ' proper relation with others. The plan of i the arrangement is entirely original with the author, being the result of study and practical experience, II has long been a subject of general remark that the author ! has, in this work, presented the law with a ; clearness and simplicity of style which renders ren-ders the whole alUe plain to the common I understanding as to the more advanced lawyer. law-yer. The justice of the peace, police magistrate, constable, and coroner will find in ' this book all the necessary forms and instructions instruc-tions in regard to every branch of his duty. Tho practicing lawyer will find in it, collected col-lected and arranged in convenient form, all the statute law and decisions, with reference , to adjudicated cisos applicable in ordinary practice. The businessman will find in it a complete collection of forms required in the transaction transac-tion of business. Students of tho law will likewise find this a very valuable work for perusal and rcfer-1 rcfer-1 ence, as containing the general principles of the common law, clearly stated, in connection connec-tion with the ordinary branches of juris prudence. pru-dence. ; The following brief reference to thecon-: thecon-: tents ot this work will afford iu some.degree an idea of iu peculiar merits. The book is divided in fiveparLS, the subject of each be-. be-. ing methodically arranged in chapters or appropriate ap-propriate subdivisions, as follows : i Part 1. Of Justices of the Peace, election and qualification, and proceedings proceed-ings before them in civil cases. ' Comprised in thirteen chapters, treating : I 1 Of the office of justice of the peace. 2 Of the jurisdiction of justices of the peace. : 3 Of the ditferent forms of action. ; 4 Of the commencement of suits, and the service I and return of process. 6 Of the appearance of the parties. ' 6 Of pleadings. 7 Of witnesses, compelling the attendance thereof, taking depositions, and of oaths and affirmations. affirma-tions. 8 Of the trial, and incidents there to. tOf evidence, 1 10 Of the docket, and fonn3 of docket entries. 11 Of judgment, costs, and filing transcrip t. 2 Of appeals and wi it of certiorari. i 13 Of execution and garnishment. ! Part 2. Of proceedings before Jus-! tices of the Peace in criminal cases. Comprised in eleven chapters, treating 1 Of the powers of justices of the peace relative to the enforcement of the laws, for the prevention and pnnishment of offenses, and preservation and observance of the peace. j 2 Of persons capable of committing crimes, of ac- I cessories, and who may be witnesses in crimi- j nal cases. 3 Definitions and punishment of crimes and offen- j ses as prescribed by tha crimi nal code. 1 4 Of proceedings where a criminal offense has j been committed. : 5 Forms of statements of offenses in warrants. i 6 Of proceedings in relation to theobserv nee and surety of the peace and good behavior. ' 7 Oi" fugitives from justice. J S Of search warrants. 9 Of proceedings and penalties in relation to the 1 misdemeanors of Sabbath-breaking, and dis- I tuxbiug worshiping assemblies. 10 Of proceedings in case of assault and battery. andaSiays. 11 Of docket entries in criminal and summary pro- ceedjngs, and justice's fess ia criminal cases. Part 3, Of the powers and duties of Justices of the Peace under particular statutts. j Comprised in twe'.ve chapters, treating " , j 1 Of the acknowledgment and proof of deeds and ; j other instruments. 2 Of attachments before justices of the peace. S Of ha.rardv. and Prtvwriinr in km thananf , 4 Of contempt of court. I 5 Of contesting elections, j 6 Of cerocers. j 7 Ofestrajs. i S Of fcrcitla entry and detain. i 9 Ot inclcsures and fences. 1 ; 10 Of landlord and tenant, and f-.Vvel: -s ty ' i distress for rent. ' 11 Of marri.ig-?s. , 12 Of trial of the right of property. : Pakt i Of the Constable, his election elec-tion and qualiication. ar.d the powers and duties of Constables in both civil and criminal cases. 1 0: the cfice of ecsstaI. '1 Fewer? and duties of constables in proceedings. 5 Of the Iiaiil:ry cf ccnstailes aad sureties. 4 Of the powers aud duties o: ecus tat ies in crimi- nai c-a5?s. 5 Of fees and ccziteniatten allowed to ccn?:al '.es Past -5. Comm;-n f.-rms for th 1 Arrre-u.-es. 3 Cc-rarershir. 2 Art:tru:uaniiwiri;i;' Ccnvejancss. ! 3 Agreements. U T;wer. j 4 A-te-uurtial igremts 12 Leases. ' 6 Eis cf Ex;har.g azl 14 Pcwrs cf attcrry. j i r rc uisic ry uc:s. 13 Kieasds. 7 EiUs ct" sale. 15 Hills. S Ecr.-is. In one ls.rre volume, SvO psres, law bindinc. "iil be sen: i-y any ac-iress on receipt cf $7.50 with the order. E. T. MYERS, Publisher, ST "Washington S'eet, Cnicsgo. ! Hadest Tbzajise can be procured ! at JAMES DWYEK'S Bock Store ! and News Depot j LU?3R YARDS. Ilukryard I have opened a new Lumber Tardin the U. C. DEPOT CLOCK, Xorth side the Passenger Depot, inside the enclosure for the present. ALL KINDS of LIMBER ! THOS. R. JONES. Barron & Co.'s LUMBER YARD Corner of First South and Third est Streets, one Block South of Railroad Depot, at the end of Track, -salt Lake City, Have constantly on hand all descriptions o , Utah. Truckee and California Kedwood LUMBER, SHINGLES, j LATH AND PICKETS ! ALSO A FCLL ASSOBTMECT OP DOORS, SASH, BLIXDS AXL ItOULDIXGS. Special Orders from I-umbfi ' Dealers and Bnllders filled on shorl notice. The p'iblic are invited to call ; and a faL ' portion of patronage respectfully solicited, ai? BARROV fc CO. BUILDERS. SHELDON & CO., Architects and Builders TLKST EAST STREET, One and &-h.alf blocks south of th' Theatre. al R. R. MELROSE & CO., Carpenters and Builders Frame Buildings deliverec and put up in any of tlii Mining Camps adjacent t Salt Lake City. Shops in Commercial Street. pa74 1 j : M CHICAGO TRADE. "van schaack, STEVENSON & REID WlIOLKiALK DliUGGISTS DcaJer la PAK'tTS, YARMiSHES, GILS, DYE STLFFS, BRUSH-S, Wbisw Glass, Glassware Tatent Medicine, Ate. etc VU, V4 dL VI L.k. Sl cor. Dearborn tizz J a d er i s Wi-.b a li-ie ei! ?ri-- -e ia :bt Terri-.oriil rs.-!. l-- --e L': -v-- FIRE BRICK, H.NiiLiill AND AMEIUCAN. R031NS0N & SON, 215 East Madison Street, Chicago, III. Hi B U. Ekinner. Prorrietor. ( ornrr Well and pT I p A P C UandoljiU Street, tlllUAU V. Thi? U 'Ue is central located, well fur- Biht-. and coDtaius V Kot'tiis. DIEBOLD & KIENZLE, Succ-sors to Diet-oM, B -thru ah a A Co CI--LEBKATED CINCINNATI FIRE ASD BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, And 5arrent'6 if-i-rnetic and Automatio iiaiik ra tsi sim ! PKATT & COVERT, General Agents 66 "Washingum tit., Chicago. II. B. CLAWSOX, Snpt. Z. C. M. I., Agent for Itah Territory. KEITH BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Jobbers of HATS, CAPS AND FURS Millinery and Straw Goods, 68 &. 70 Wabash Afe., piTTf S H. fl 34 Dearborn Place, UXlltiilUU )1 CHASE, HAHF0RD & CO., 51 South Water St., CHICAGO. Headquarters for Oils, Paints, Glass, &c, Manufacturers of the celebrated WILSON OIL, T A N Kj PAGU, m.o.& CO., Importers and Dealers in LEATHER AND FINDINGS 50 Lake Street, CSIG4C0, ILL olio Lake Shore Oil Works. MAXWELL. WkFeLER &. CO., Manufacturers of Enclnef Signal. Tallow, Lard and WOOL OILS. Dealers in Headlight Carbon, "Whale Elephant, tieai and Sperm Oils, Ageott for the sale of PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.. Agenta of the West Virginia Oil and Oil Land M AXU PACT US-EKa OF EXCELSIOR CAR, RDQF AND IRON PAINT for Tin and Shingle Roofs, Bridge Timbers, tc. Factory, CHICAGO. Office, Sy3 &. Girt Illinois t., loo S. Water Street, di4 M. D. VELLS & CO., Manufacturers of and TVkolesale Dealers iu I Boots and Shoes, 114: cfc 116 Wabash Ave, Chicago. M. D. Wells, H. J. MaefarlaLd, R. Eenedicr, m24 8. P. Mclntyre. NEW YORK TRADE. News to Housekeepers ! A barrel of Flour makes forty pounds more of Bread with SEA FOAM POWDER. 2Ce time required for dough to raise, but bake in a hot oren as soon as mixed. SEA. FOAM save? Eggs, Shortening, Milk, Etc., and is a wonderful economy. THE SEA FOAM IS AN ENTIRELY SEW l.NVEXTION, WITHOUT AXY OF THE BAD QUALITIES OF YEAST OR BAK.AGPOW-DEttj, BAK.AGPOW-DEttj, SODA UE SALEllATLa. 1 GEO. F. GAJXTZ & Co., Manufacturers, m26 176 Duane Street, N. T. C. A- Longstreet. John fciedgwick. fLQSGSTRiET & SED3WICX Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in . HEN'S & SOYS' CLOTHING, 466 . 468 Broadvray, .tw York. . FELIX CAMPBELL, ' 79 John St, New York, r M an ufac tur er of and D eal er in Wrought, Cast and Galvanized Aud every variety of fittings for the same. ml7 1 HENDERSON, JUSTlCE&Co Successors to Griifen, Henderson & Co., ' IMPOETES3 ASD JOBBERS OP ; FIA'CY GOODS, AOTIOXS, M OSIB i IT, FURNISHING GOODS. ETC., 49S & 500 BROADWAY, Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, r. New York. J , PooL Nazro. Kimtall & Co,, ; WHOLESALE GSOCEESi 35 Warren St., cor. Church, J. H. BULGER. New Tork. ; A.N"D iilEilAGEBIE. One block west of President Tonne's j B.ei ience. i JOITV V,'. YOO'G, - Prop. 'Native Beasts, Birds and Reptile. ! "Wolverine?. Bear?.Tose?, Mountain Deer, ; lijui, iis Ci'.s, i:. ilxparust cc iiectijn cf Xadva iliceralf; I Admission, SO cts. 'CbjJdxen, lO u 0;e-eTsry d7 except Saday, from S a-s. to 5 p-m : Feeding Time, 3 p. m. Animals purchased for Food for the j Wild JBeasts of the Menagerie. I Prof. J. L. BARFOOT, Manager. Z. C. M. I. COLUMN. Wholesale i DRY GOODS DEFT i Up S:.iir$, Emp-'rii.m Buildings, A full, arst-claii st:k ol I STAPLE DRY GOODS,! I A'OTIOSS, BOOTS and SHOES, AT LOW PRICES. Wholesale tuyere and Co-operaiiv Dealers please inspect. Retail Departm'nt, EMPORIUM BUILDINGS, THE FINEST DISPLAY AND ASSORTMENT OF GOODS. WE CUT IN ANY LENGTHS AT A SMALL ADVANCE ON WHOLESALE. This is the Department for Famlies. CLOTHING DEP'T. HOME-MADE AND I 1 P OETED MANUFACTURED FllUM HOME-MADE, FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH and AMERICAN FABRICS Fine Cassimeres, and Cloths Trimmings On hand, for .Gentlemen ordering their own. FIRST-CLASS FITTERS AND WORKMEN TO FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY". GROCERY -HARDWARE DEPARTMENT, COXSTITTJTIOX BUILDINGS, Purchasers can here find An Immense Stock AND IN EACH BRANCH A GREAT VARIETY. IMPLEMENTS, TCOLS AND MACHINERY ALL ON THE PREMISES. -Uiners Supplies a Specialty DRUG DEP'T. Fancy and Staple Drugs. PATENT MEDICINES, LIQUORS IN GREAT VARIETY ENGLISH AXE AND PORTER, AVERILL PAINT WHITE LEAD, OILS, COLORS GLASS. ETC. Prescriptions from Physicians kUI have special attention. H. E. CLIWSO, Supl. lew Music Store! DAYNES & CO., DKALKRS IX VIOLirJS. rg"'- t;5! ACCORDIONS, GUITARS, CONCERTINAS. j a j ' 'U BANJOS, .1 : 4 . ' BANDOSiONS, STI.IG.-, -ii FLUTES, iC. In'tnietion lvvks for all in-trunu-ms Al.-o a huso stoek of the ne AMKK1CAN OUliAN, proikiuik-eiU.y all who have tried it far Mijvrior 0 aud cheaper thau any other. ; Kel'ereuees : Sillier A. F.tritii, Trof. O. Pratt, and others. GikxI PIANOS, from upwards. A full sttvkof S11KKT MUSIC on hud, nhteh the piirehaer ea't have tried by a muieian on the premises. two sj kj.ss i;.ivr of Ttn: vow oirid.. Z. C. i'.i. i. BOOT AND SHOE Depurtmenl, t tll xiii ol "X'HErHs "big- soot.'- Every stylo and quality of Boots and Shoes MADK TO 0110K11, s;iiil';lo-tion s;iiil';lo-tion guaranteed. ALWAYS ON HAND A I.ARGK AN P CIIOK'K STOCK OF nOJIE-MADEimSlJOOTS AX D SHOES A l'ULL ASSORTMENT I.V Shoe Findings, Horse Collars and all kinds of Leather! TrI I r K S Mr A N T 1 0 I ) . H. H. CLAWSOX. Sl.i'KRixrrvt.itvT. HARDWARE. I I s . (F S CJ C. H. BASSETT, HARDWARE STORE All kinda of HEAVY HARDWARE, Iron and Steel, Stovss and Tin Ware BLACKSMITH TOOLS, Agricultural Implement. And mining Tool., At Lowest Rates. OPPOSITE SALT LAKE HOUSE nlo FIRE INSURANCE. SALT LAKE BRANCH 01' THE Great Western INSURANCE CO'Y, OJT CHICAGO. TIIV-.O. K. TRACY, Ire.lrtelil. '. II. II tl-ETT, ) IIK.V It V W . 1, A Wll ENCE V nirrelorl CHAM. L. DVIlLKIt, ) .11 A US II A LI, i, CARTER, Attoruel. II. It. .11 ANN, Illuli.ecr. OFFICK : Under Salt Lake Reading Rooms. A Branch of this S0U'D and I1ELI-ABLK I1ELI-ABLK $5,000,000 COMPANY Having been organized in our city, we are now ready for business and earnestly earn-estly solicit public patronage, guaranteeing guaran-teeing that all fire risks will be carried at a fair rate. H. R. MANN, a21 manager. THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER 111 ! Farmers and Teamsters THERE AEE ME REASONS Why You Should Buy the above Wagon FIRST, They are made of the best selected Indiana Timber, thorougl.7 seasoned under cover. . . . S KCO.V D, They are made by experienced free labor. THIRD, The lightest running and most durable agon FOUKT II, Their Thimble Skeins never break while all others do. FIFTH, Mot uniform and best proportioned W agon in .Market, aiu a of one will fit another, while other '-makes'' will not SPOKE is SIXTH, The only A agon in which the SLOPL S I0LLDL1. o U h ued; hence they have the best Wheel, which is actua ly the foundation ol Waeon, and should be carefully examined by persons buying. . SEVENTH, They are sold only by responsible parties; and ever) is warranted to give entire satisfaction. w-,n f'r EIGHTH, Because Teamsters will tell you they are the best at j", all purposes, on the road. . , ., at- MATH, Last but not least : Studebaker Brothers are practical nun. tend to their business personally, and do not entrust it entirely to I orem. , is generally the case in large factories; hence the superiority oi their wora Sold hj JNO. T. C AINE, al "ITERALD" OFFICE, Salt Lake City. BENEDICT, HALL & CO., 3IANLTACTUKER5 AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IT Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO Xos. 134 and 13 GBASP STKEE1 Corner Creshy, 1 JJFW YORK. One Block East of Uroadway, J x aj ' '