" LEGAL ju-cvudx i moiu;ax, l.'."nlr'.!,s il.' 7.iu', i .s-V.ur Jo.ua e-t of IUni.n Ortioo, S.lt.V I.AKi: I'l'VY. t:io n. vuuiiN, X T T 0 K X K Y A T T, A V , llinr For th. rMut. residence, ,J ul Street. .'7 FITCH & MANN, Ai.oriifys.-ut-I.nw, OCi.e. First South St.. I S .Mirth tor "-' of " 'i1'- K1'trli! 'i li.u.U U-l.ty. Ci 1 " """"" (inw EH'. V. M. Smith. K.Uil.t. .V SMITH, A T T 0 K N K V S A T L A W , s.lt City. Temple Sfrrot. ono uoor south of tj.iiie's M.-ro. J A S . G. fS V 11 A T T, Attorney -ft t-Law, SALT LAKE CITY. I T A 11. i four doors south of Salt LaUo House. 11. Ueiu.-:u.. M. Kirk patriot HEMPSTEAD & K1RKPATRICK, A 1 1 o r n e y s-a t - Uu w , Miin Street, oppn.'iie We'ls. Farso Jt Co., SALT LAKK CITY. C. U. Ileuipslea.1. I'.S Atfy tor I'tah. r L SNOW.' E. 1. UOOE. SNOH & uoi; K, attorneys and Counselors at Law a't Lake City, Uuih. OSoe at Snow's corner, 1st Kast St. ""NOTARIES PUBLIC. A. S. GOULD, and COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Pennsylva-nia, Ohio, Illinois, Nebraska, Wyoming, Wy-oming, Montana, Nevaia, California, and other States and Ter-ritorits. Ter-ritorits. 3" Vininr leeas. Agreements and Bonis for Deeds, MoriKagta Powers of Attorney Leases, Conlrets and other ins'rumeo'sof writing drawn with accuracy aud aispatch. Mining Companies Incorporated Incorpora-ted under the Law of rt&b. East Temple St., near Wells, Fargo tt Co., Salt Lake City. mil V HOTELS. T0WN3BND HOUSE,1 SALT LAKE CITY. THE LEADI3G HOTEL OP CT AH. JAMES TOW N SEN D, PROPRIETOR. This House is centrally and pleasantl located, lo-cated, well furnished, and hai accommodations accommoda-tions for 15 0 meats. THE PROPRIETOR is now preparing to M build large additions to his Hotel, whish. J when finished, will reader it the j - Most Complete Establishment in the ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION ! , mil 1 AMERICAN HOTEL, Corner of First South aud Second i - - East Sirtels, ONE BJLOCK. EAST OF THEATRE, SALT LAKE CITY. TPILTS Hrdse ha teen fitei tip eypres'Jy J. to m et th Wiiit if the .tfubi.c ;nl persons vi-it:Dg SU 1-ake Ci'y, every accomuio . at od io make it a a;irab'e rt-et-ina pla- e J-n-l hjme h r vis t1 rs. he 1 abl-s wiUbefarni he! witii etiy luxury ot tve maiket, s-n-i ha pHio will bo spired to make the guests of ihs huuse com.oi tule. The Hotel la'-ver pleasan tly situated, situ-ated, bulf bluck east of Ciiy JUall. First Class Eoardeb3 without Rooms CAN ALSO Bit ACCUUilODiTKD. BATHS FREE TO GUESTS. J. C. LITTLE, Balt Le City, Proprietor. Ma, Hi, 1871. IU'20 NATIONAL HOTEL, East of the Post Office and west of the TLCjtre. MEALS FIFTY' t EN rS. LODUMj FIFTY CENTS. Twenty-one meal tickets only $8. roy9 ; OQUIRRH HOUSE, Corner Main and Locust streets, TOOELE CITY. UTAH. Good Accomtnodation for Families, s26 S. FOOTS, Proprietor. MEDICAL. J. M. & F. D. BENEDICT, SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS, Ofliee at Residence, Tfioth Ward, three blocks eaet and two toulh ol Theatre, il Ro;nelI Tibbitf , M.O. F. II; Simmon!, M.D DRS. TIBS1TS & SIMMONS, Physicians and Surgeons, Office romer of Min and Second South Street, oror liuttortield'B titoro. Surgery In all Its branches solicited W.F.ANDERSOM, M.D, H J, RICH ARCS, M.D, Surgeons and Physicians, Office, for the present, at their respective residences in the 13th and 17th Wards. DR. GROVES, JtLTtD Dentist, Office Xui South St., Salt Lake City. . Ihree doors WestofKevereHou.ee, half. a block tapt ot the tilephant otore. OFFICE H0UE8 FKOM 9 A.M. TO 5P.M. B)l 0. C. 0 RMS BY, M.D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND DRUGGIST, U BR1GHAM CITV, UTAH. BANKERS. WELLS, FARGO & CO., l'.xpress Forwarders, Bankers, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. iVir?j on Europe, anil all the principal prin-cipal cities of the L'niteil State. BUKOl' K A N COLLECTIONS Promptly attended to. Kt Temple St., Salt Lake City. TflEO. k TRACY. Agont. mil Thos. H. Jon, A. W. Whilo BANKING HOUSE OF A. NV. WHIT 10 CO., KAST TKMrLK HTHKKT, aJO ttll I Lako City. W. H. Uoui'ir, 11. S. Kiar,Jk-., L. S. llill. Hooper, Ehlrerige ' Co., BANKERS. ;st Te-mvus St., Salt Ikk City, Dottier la Gold Dust, Coin, Exehane, Land Warrtints, Ktc Collpi'tioua iu.vle ami lniuiitly rersitttnt. COlltlKSPOMlK.VTS Kic Co., New York ; Bnuk of Otlr fornia, S:id .ucic; K1 Niiu,ul Unnk, Chu-ao ; Kx--Imiit- Uairk, t. Lout.; l'ir?t NhII'juiiI ltatik, Oiuatia; J. . Mr,;ai, a Co., U'luloa. ju5 FIRST IATIDIA1 BASK OF UTAH. (Successors to llussey, D.U,r &. to.) Wabrkn Hdj&kt. C. L. Dahlkr, TOiiaeut. 'ice I'rest. ASTaoST Godbk, Cadhier. Salt Luke City, Utah ; Also connecting otEces at Ogden andCorinne, Utnh, and Virginia und ileeno, AluSianu, Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin and Currency, Draw Exchange on New York, Chicnpo, ;t- Louis, Uuiha, Denver, toan rrancisco, aid ail parts ol Europe. Collections Promptly Attended To. mil A Man Eats his Father ! INDUSTRY. I knpw a smith who labored all tha day Witu brawuy imucU, and when it pis3eJ aTray, Weut h ma to bed aud labrvd all tha night Wiib suaiioiQ iiose thtit set tht kuj at, iglit. . l.VESTIGATlO. I knew a cat of an inquiring mind, Who uigtiily Bought lor what he could not find. Oljo Qignt Us f juuU a Uui'g he did uot st-tk It Hit iiuu in the ue-k aud mad a him Spejlt. METEOltOLOGY. I knew a rat who seemed to understaad Kirf.& chiDa of weather er it cutue to haaj"; Ue never errtrd but ouce a stiff stwl-tr-tp Oue day eu.priicU him with " a short Cold map.'" The foregoing tonching and exTui'itelines were written underthe inspiring i .fluenc - or Day d. Co.' sar tiaparill& uud botla, Atybody can do it. nii.il WM. GARDNER;, MIX IXG AG 'NT, For the purchase an d sale of MINES AND-ORES, SALT LAKE C1TY-Office C1TY-Office in T. C. Meade r' Assay Office. ALSO AGENT. TOR THE MARYSVILLE FOUNDRY, CAL, To contract for Quartz Mills and all kinds rf Machinery app ertainiuj; thereto. a22 Far West Freight COMPAjNTY, : on t ranting Agents Union Pa:i5e E. R. Fast Freight Lin?, ro &nd fnjDi Snlt Lake and all E aster ast-er ii Cities. Havirg special arrangements with all the inns frnm Omaoa e8C. freigot shipped by h slme will bi iranspo- el in q-tioKer time tnd at lo er rates than bf any other line. For rates, shipping direc'.ioaa and infor-ua:ioa. infor-ua:ioa. enqui.-o of V. CAXDER, Agent, Salt IlC. Jaa. F. Agler, General Manager, St.Louis. my -2 J. C. HOFFMAYR, Manufacturer And AYholesale Dealer in IF9 JLa O ;XJ:; Et CITY MILLS, COCNCIL BLUFFS, - - IOWA Ord-s for bet Sprin? and Tall 'Wheat PtOTjK, in car-load lots, filled promptly at low ratds. mj'U CHAMBERS'S ENCYCLO PEDlA. A Dictionary of UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR TEE PEOPLE.' Revised Edition. Re-Issue of 1ST0-T1, -,r ir 75, j-. 7 WUh Map, J. LUlta, (.(. Engravings. To lie completed in SO parts, m nit lug 10 Vols, or iaa pagea eacli. Illuitrated wit nbut Four Thmand Fn-graving." Fn-graving." aud Frtv Map", toeether with a S-rien f trom Eighty to One Ltun red Klc-gaatiy Klc-gaatiy Eigraved Pia'e illustrative of the Subierta of Natur I llistorj now for the first Tins appearing in the work. Price per PART, including MAPS and iLLUs'i KATlOAS, GO Cents. PRICE PER VOLUME: Extraclotb beveled boards 55 50 Library Fhee, m rbled edges 6 00 Half Turkoy morocco 6 5' Half Turkey Rjb-, gi't tp 7 00 lafen f. eilt etra, marbled edge' 7 60 Half Russia, red edtrcs 8 00 Turaey antQue, gilt edges 9 50 THis Edition will be sold only by duly Authorized Agents, and nb-sc.tbertt nb-sc.tbertt are requested to make payment only as the Parts or Votumcs are delivered. Me-ara. H.IT. KEY k CO. are tho author izod Agenta for Oil A MBKKS'8 ENCYCLOPAEDIA ENCYCLO-PAEDIA for the Pacitio Coast, Parties fub-sTibi fub-sTibi g to- thmn may roly upon being faithfully served with i he work in Accordance wirh ihe terms of the above Proepeotus; or, if any unforeseen circuu'S'ances ehouid inter' in-ter' cro with the prompt del very ot the Prts or Volumes by ihciu. the Publishers, upon being notified, will arrange to forward such portion au may be required to make Lke sets complete, J. B. JCIPFIXCOTT & CO., Publishers. Philadelphia, January. 1S71. R. MAY, Agent, Godbe's Ootagon Houue. mylO bait Lake City. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. Ci! RAN I) SI()TS:H, On Market, New Montiromory and Hocoud titreeu, SAN I'HAN0I60O, GATLm. JOHNSON & Co., ruopuiLTOOs. THE BANK of CALIFORNIA KAN Kit. AM IS CO. T1.0. MILLS. - l'HKSIDENT. V. 0. KaLSI'ON, CASIUKit. C.lul i'alil I i), - Sj, 000,000. DRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE LETTERS of Credit on all tho principal oitica of tho fij World. 7ILMERD;N2 & KELLOGG, Importers and Jobbora of Wines and Liquors, 21-1 & 216 FRONT STKEKT, J7 SAN FUANC1SCO. JNO. G. HODGE & CO., tMPOBTKIW and Wholesale Stationers, Keep the liirost atick of Stationery, III mile Ilooks, School UootH, 1'Inytttg Cnr(U, V'rap. lliig 1'rtucra, TwhieSj PocJivt Cutlcryt tC-c.T iC'C, On tho I'ltritic Cout. which thiyaro prepared toiH'll i-ltlier lortiuld or Currency at ;ri--os tlmt will ottoi iu.iuccni.-iit tor buyur any' here west f tht Kocky Mountains. 327, 329 & 331 SAXSOME STREET, mil S;in Fraucisco. Win. T. Reynolds & Co., Importers and Doulera ia FIXE WJXES AXD LIQUORS, Agentafor Hosenbauiu and C. O. D, Bluer. i lltiery jjl., 6n.u t'rauciBCo. S ecial atteiitiou paid to Choice Goods foi Medical aud Family use. ailJ t E. MARTIN & Co., Importers and Jobbers of Wines and Liquors 403 FRONT STREET. SAX FRANCISCO. a. b, hcst. mo MliRPHY.GHANT & GO. Ijnporters of American and European fancy and Staple DBY GOODS, FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, ' Beg to call tho attention of theTradeto their large and varied stock, comprising complete lines 01 the following goods : SILKS, Bla.cH, Colored and Fancyi VELVSfS, DnCCCJ Prlna French.Engll.b fltOO UUJu Wj nnd Oerui.il. HOSIERY, KID GLCVES. GENTS' FURNISHu GOODS. CORSETS, WHITE GOODS, of every Ulnd. nun to HANDKERCHIEFS, a'ctto": SHIRTIH3 & HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEP-ING LINEN. UUI! O Lace, Broclie, Casiimere, COTTONS, Bleao?lHl"SaBa!own' COTTOXADES, K'Y JEANS, CASSISIREST FLAHN !LS, Bl1 coloru:d qua11" BLAKKETS, iVhich they oer on Liberal Terms: H 1I1TH STARRS CAMPBELL BISCUIT. BAKERS, And mannfacturefs of Soda, Boston, Butter, Pic Nlc, Sugar, Jlllk and Li fcl. anile Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Snapps, Pilot Bread, Saloon Pilot Bread, i.tc. The above Crackers are baked freh daily, and are or tbe very be-t decriitiou. All material, used u, their niaau:acture are ol the best iiualny. Bakery XI 0 and aia mission St., and 05 Sacramento ft., rg SAN FRANCISCO Jame Spmance, John Sprnanco, 0. C. Ch.pman. J. & J. SPRUANCE, ' Importers and Wholesale Dealers in WifiES AND LIQUORS, J4 415 FRONT STREET. BHUTAN, H0LER00K & CO Importers and Dealers in Stoves C ranges, SHEET laCFi &.TI3 PLATE, Copper, Zinc, Sheet Lead, Wire, PUMPS, Xjcivrt o,M.d Iron DFFo. tixskks' coons, Tools and Machinery and General HOUSE FURNISHINC HARDWARE, Embracing Plain. Japanned. Planished . and Stamped V are, Nos. Ill . 113 California and 06 Noa. 17 ct 10 DavU Street.. BATHS. BATHS! Warm Spring: Baths ! Private and Plunge. Theso celebrated baths are open to the pnhlic at all ieasons. Their medicinal properties are bo widely known that it is needless to enumerate them. Besides tho Private Baths, the larpe and handsomely handsome-ly furnished Plunge Baths for LwHifS and Gentlemen are now o:oa. H. ARNOLD, ICE! IOEI ICE! SALT LAKE ICE COMPANY, Established Jan. 1, 1860, Ice delivered daily in all part; if the city, In any quantity, at rates to sul . 'he times. J. R. CLA.VSOX, AGEST, DEPOT AT Clawsort's loe Cream Saloon, w iisjbh a go., IMPORTEBS and WHOLESALE DEALERS in Groceries.Foreiga and Domestic Brandies, Bran-dies, Wines and Liquors, : Cigars, Tobacco, Booti and Shoes, Hardware, ifce., tit c, East Tomplo Street, Third Store north of Ilooier, Eldredrege & nij 2L Co.'s Bank. SEE HERE Ready-made Sash, Made from thoroughly-seasoned Lumber, From 8 x 10 io 10 x 14; all sizes. From 26 by 6 6, Moulded and not moulded, Of th. best material, For Sale Cheap enough to Suit ths Market, CALLAHAN'S, mylO . , 200,000 POUNDS of WOOL jit rnc DESERET MILLS. TTUOSE having-WOOL to SELL will pierce 1 call on J. AV. CU.1DU.VGS, at the Mill, or at his residence, 1-Uh Ward, Slt Lake City, before di; poking of it, as he wishes to Purcliase all tlie Wool In tlie Territory. Ter-ritory. my9 wood woiras. Thomas Latimer, W. H. rolsom, George il. Xayior, George Koinoey CHANGE OF FIRM. The Planing Mill, Sasn and Door Factory Fac-tory of FOTiSOM, ttt Co. Will horoafter d business mder the firm name of LATIMER, TAMA & CO, SASH &d 8liei n kud and made to n OQ Ra'.aed panel, moulded, eaah JUilJ aeord. large store oours. any thickness, size or kind. lur niehed to order. WINDOW -with ..tops, beads and Bash. FRAMES compi"e- CRflMFC Panel frames, plain. door and rilMlTIkO window frames. BLIN a)S Stationary and rolling alattf. MOULDINGS WU0: trares and cornice. PI PHRIWP T00 anl grooved and 1 LU'J ill It U square-edge on hand and worked to order. I Planed out of vinde. to a kU luUiall thicKnesb, and ripped to any desired siie. Planer and Circular Saws Running all the time. MINING DISTRICTS Supplied on ehort notice. Give us a call, or address by Utter to Box LATIJIKR, TAYLOR A. CO., 2 OneBlock weit of iaermacl HELM BOLD. HELNBOLD'S 1IBLM BOLD 'S I IIELMBOLD'3 HELM UOLD'S HELM HOLD'S HELMBOLD'3 HELM BOLD'3 HELMbOLD'3 GRAPEPILL , grape pill grape pill grape pill grapeTill grape pill grapk pill grape pill helmbold's helmbold'3 helm hold's helm bold's helmbold'3 helm bold's helm bold's extract sar3aparilla. extr act sar5ap arilla. extract s raparilla. extract sarsap arilla. extract saksap arilla. extract sarsap arilla. extract sarsap arilla. extract sars aparilla. APRIL, MAY, and JUKE, PURIft THE BL00O and BEAUTIFYTHE COMPLEXION BY USING HEIiimOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE-JCTCE PILLS HELMBOLT'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED FLUID E33RACT SARSAP ARILLA, -In theSprini: and Summer months tho system sys-tem undergoes a change. This is tho tim. to me good blood-roaow-ing, purifying, aa,d invigorating medicines. HELMBOLD'S FX.TJID EXTRACT SAJRSA-TAKILLA SAJRSA-TAKILLA AND HELM'JOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT GRAJE JUICE PILLS ARE THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE. One botllo of Helmbald's Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla equals in streagth one gaUon of the sirup or decoction as made by druggists; drug-gists; and a wine-glas added to a pint of water equals the eelebrated Lisbon Diet Drink a delightful and healthful beverage. The Grape-Juice Pill is composed of Fluid Extract of Catawba Grape Juice and FLUID EXTRACT RHUBARB. Useful in all diseases requiring a cathartio remedy, and far superior to all other purgatives, purga-tives, such as salts, magnesia, etc. - HELMBOLD'S GRAPE-JUICE PILL is not a patented pill, vat up as those ordinarily ordi-narily Tended, but THIS RESULT OF TEN YEARS' EXPER- i.Jlii- ii-ut ana GREAT CARE IN PREPARATION. SAFE FOR AND TAKEN BY CHILDREN. NO NAUSEA; NO GRIPING PAINS, BUT MILD, PLEASANT, and SAFE IN OPERATION, TWO BOTTLES OF T tlE FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA - - - AND ONE BOTTLE OF THE GRAPE-JUICE PILLS ARE WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD to those sutfering from BAD BLOOD, POOR OOMPLEXION, HEADACHE. NERVOUSNESS, WAKEFULNESS AT NIGHT, C03TIVENr3;S, ... " . . ANDIRREGULARI.TIE3 and to those suffering from BROKEN and DELICATE CONSTITUTES IT WILL GIVE NEW BLOOD, NEW VIGOR, AND NEW LIFE. THE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS are don-e up with great care and in handsome bottles, and will surpass all those vended in wooden boxes, and carelessly prepared fe inexperienced men, oomparing with tlie English and French style of manufaotu ring. All of . II. T. HELMBOLD'S ; PREPARATIONS , j ARE PHARMACEUTICAL. NOT A SINGLE 0E BEING PATENTED BUT ALL ON THEIR OWN M SRIT3, To dispel any impression or prej udice that might exist in the minds of many against my Preparations, from the publicity jiven threugh advertising, end that I am and have been a druggist for a period ol twenty years and more, conclusively to prove this. See letter: From the largest Manufacturing Chemists in the World.l . Nov. 4, VfA. Iam acquainted wiih Mr. H. T. HELM-BOLD. HELM-BOLD. He occupied the Drug-storo opposite my residence, and was ruecessfal in conducting conduct-ing the business, where others had not been equally so before him. I havo been favorably favora-bly impressed with bis character and enterprise. enter-prise. WILLIAM WEIOHIMAN, Finn of Powers A Weightman, Manufact'g Chemists, 9:h and Brown sts., Phil'a. rlEFABED BY H. T. HELMBOLD, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Crystal Palace Pharmacy, 5 0 Broadway, N.T.: and Ko. 1M South 10th St., Phil' a. HELM BOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU HAS UUNED A WORLD-WIDE FAHS. TRAVEL. Len Wines. H.P.Kimball. SALT LAKE, PSBtflft And Tintic inn i in m-hs Stage and Express RCXS1SO DA1L.F FROM SALT LAKE CITT, via LAKE TOWS, TOOELE CITY, STOCKTON AND OFIIIIt TO TINTIC. The route has been re-stocVed with spleD-did spleD-did Ooneor i Coaches, die StoeK, caie'ul and attentive Drivers anil every alttntion is paid , to the comt'or: nl convenience of passen-' gers. Good accommodations on the road. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. Office at Weill, Fargo t Co.'s, Salt Lake City. :' WIXES & KDimLLV a14 Proprietars. UTAH CENTRAL RA1I.RO AD. PIONEER LIME OF UTAH, On and after Thursday-, Dec. 1, 1870. ai!y Trains Leave Salt Lake City atoa.m and 2:45 p.ir. Arrive at Ogden 7 a. ui. and 4:45 p. m. Leave Ogden at 8 a. m. and 5:30 p. in. Arrive at Salt Lake City 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m Fare from Salt Lake City to Wood's Cross J .70 Centreville 5.90 Farmington 4Las lvayarille 13 Cgden - Fare from Ogden to Kaysvillo 51.30 Farmington $1.65 flentrevitle --U5 W ood's Cross Bait Lake City - In addition to the abo o AH ACCOMMODATION TRAIN WUl rnn DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED? Leaving Ogden at 5 a. m. aDd Silt Lako City at 4:40 p. to.-' . On which full fare will entitlo purchaser ofatioket to return on tha s.ameaay ana train free. . . Passengers will please Pa.rcn" their Tickets at the Office.. " Fifty Cents additional will be oharged wb. D the fare is collected on the train. For all information concBrning freight oi passage, apply to D. O. C ALDER., Ticket and Freight As' '', ... :, Salt Lake City. FEKAJIOKZ LITTLE, ; SUPERINTENDENT. CENTRAL PACIFIC RA8LR D. I'as3 fixLireas llov 1 bxprwwU'tw".. Stuidaj-H Tram UttJ M lam 3aul e excepted Daily 1171. Daily except 4 00 pm 8 00 am dan 'rau'cj 6 it pni 12 3'Jpm 4 42 8 40 " ..Oakland .. 5 V " 11 S " 7 30 " ..dJow.. 6 40 7 68 " 1216 pm ..dtocfon.. 1 43 " 8 35 " 9 3a M 21U - .Sacramento. 11 loom 7 00 am 4 10 " ..ilaryimile.. 9 10 " (sj 9 00 " .. .Seiaia. .. 4 20 " : q" 2 2'ipiu .Sacramento. 1146am 6 26 ...Colfax.. 3 46 " 1 16 am . . Keno ... " H - . J 3 lo u "inueruuco 4 06 " S3 12 00 m Battlt'Moun- 126 pm 1 W C 4 40 " ....Elto... i 46 am : 6 10 ' .....Ogden- 5 16 lw 1 A. K. TOW.'E, T. n. GOODM AN, Gtu. bupt, C. t.&.R Geo. Pasa'tr ami Ticket Aif. i . " iSllll IN HAN LINE Of Royol Mali steamers, Sailing from New York Everv Saturday AN'D Alternate Tuesday. CftTln Patmeei to Urtrfn. fcold) 75.00 Steerage " " " (cor.) 30.00 Passage from Liverpool to Xevr York Chin, - - - (Odd) 7!5.00 Steerage, - - (Cu-rencj) 31.00 Round Trip Tickets issued at very low rate JOHN O.DALE, Ae"nt, 15 Broadway, New York, Or WILLIAM CALDKR. A rent. o'J7 Sail Lake City. Utah. I - FOR S -A. Hi 23 1C00 l)uhcls of Corn, 1,500 lb. White Means 4 ets per lb. by the Barrel. 200,000 lbs. of alt, CHEAP. ORANGES and LEMONS, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. 10 acrtH of land over" Jorrlnn. riall .lot I6ilx Ward, hlf Iol Oill W ard, 2.5 acre grwii lnd, Franklin, Caclio Valley XrCX Woodbine Flour. JJithe price in cish for Peiche. J. V. hNiLLI., Idnho Store. my2 hv. Hoo eo.r. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. GRAY, JONES, & CO. IJEPOT OF TI1E SANTA CRUZ TANNERY . MAXCPACTURsas op Oftlc olo Loaitlier. 118 BATTERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO fia . DAV1SSOM & CO., IMPORTERS OF AMKRICAX, E.T.LIII, FRESCH AND GERM AX FANCY GOODS, Small Wares, Pocket Cutlery, Perfumery, ' Yankee Notions, Sti'ionerp, Dress Trimmings, White Goods, Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Linen H'dkchs, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc Cor. Sutttr and Sansome Sts., SAN FRANCISCO. j29 . A. J. GRIFFITH, " Dealer in afL all kindaof FICKIjKD ttMOKED SALMON AKO HERSIfiGS, 143 Washington Street All kinds of Dried., Smoked aud Pickled Fish, constantly on hand. H . COMMISSION MERCHANTS 20 and 206 California Sr., San FrnUco, - - California. Particular attention paid to the filling of orders lor every description ot merchandise, d23 -Sale of Orea, .c., die. KSTAULISHEr) 1S50. . CASTLE BROTHERS, AXD WHOLESALE GROCERS, 313 and 215 Front Street. n6 CHENERY, SOUTHER & CO., Importers and Jobbers of FOHElG. AND DOMESTIC BRANDIES, WINES? AND LIQUORS, 311 Clay Street, San Francisco. A. C. DIETZ & CO. IMPORTERS OP PAINTS, OILS, Varnishes and Lamps, No. 224 FRONT STREET, . Bet Sacramento A California, Sail Frauclsco ru7 A. C. Titcomb, Geo. II. Williams. TO 0MB & WILLIAMS, Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale 1) eiilers in WAT CHE?, DIAMONDS, Every Description of Jewelry, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE Also Agents for the celebrated Howard, El gin and American Watches, 30 Montgomery, S.E. cor. Pine, Up Stairs, San Francisco, Cal. All orders from the Territories promptly fi 1 1 i-d . i' 1. C. 50V80" &CO., 101anllt,:,; 1'KOXT STREET, SAS FKAXCISCO, CAL. Offer the finest und most complete stock on the Pacijic coast. . ltcfcr to II. B. CLAWSON. Sup'tof a4 J, BAUM & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of f.lErs'5 & BOY'S CLOTHING Z'Z'-i Snnsnme St., Smi Francisco. 4.1 iln-rH M,, iev York, 9 Proprietor of t lie Kii!i; Pun and Im A wholes Vine yards. UiujI lur ttiMHlf of tu SATiV W I tl 1$ Ar J 3 il A?i DI E3 pi. kp;li.kk Ol CO.,) Corner of ISattery and Wiwhiugton Stroetf, San Krniiclrjco, - - - Cnllffirnla, Angelica Wine, Kldnrndo W ine, Wdlte M ."Vlxilelra " I'erl Wine ltlil-r,J b Jic rry Orape LI rami y. All our U iuoc an ! Jtrrvn'ly miiirnnio -I 'Irictly pure, uii'l over llin-i- ymr o d. T-fa.t I,:tl:r? Cnv O'rp-irntift!. 7.o i' Co-fipomt fve tlurcautile i li -1" nlMii, i.' ii'f 4 t u . i 1 1 ifcOity, U. li. I'wn, mid 'l-pi't- "!'!,, it . , uur niw lur .k-. KICMAKO l.'MMJII I .Mi, S. P. Ilolden. Jf. Moorhead. G. P. ! OLD EM & UU.. FOREIGN Diii GOODS, l inens, Dress Goods, Husiery, iio. US k V) sAN.SU ME bT. London : Z! Leaileuball Su. K.C. oi EINSTEIN liri33, 2c CO., Importers and Manufacturers of BOOTJAHD SHOES CF EViHY 5TYLt AND KINO. 113, 113, and 117 Fine Street, SAN Fit AN CISCO. Our Home-made Goods are uncqualed by any. . Samples at Mr. Goodhind's Office, oo SALT LAKE CITY. V E I L & CO., I IMPOBTKR.-1 OF Cigars and Tobacco Propritora of the HAVANA. CIuaK MANUFACTORY 'J'43 and Front bt., 5nu,h west cornor i ront A bacrainenio Sts., j. liVKiiiiiAc; & co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS 4 Clay St., San Franclico, DEALEHS IS OKKGON PRODUCE, rp coop tan tly in wci)ti nf rxon Uam Bacon, l-r.i. Hrtn..i.. kr starch, of onr -.. n'l m-qtii niaauiactar alwaji od band.