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LEGAL hl V ltl) . MOKUAX, Att'nni.s-ot- ..in', , ., i-Vour door. MSI of lUau.o Oftio. r"1 SALT l.AMi I'U'V, VKUXON U. YIK.UVV. V T T 0 K N K Y A T h V W , 0o-l the rrojeut. at r.l.louce, ,d South Street. sC7 FITCH & MANN, A ft orue ) - t- La v , OSu'o. Virst South St., v ,,A Jor w.t of Hooper, V'ldredse i CV 1 Bui. S.ill LaA" t'u.v. aiti VinfrKull. F. M. Smith. E.VKLL &. SMITH, ATTORN K Y S A T I, A V , Salt Lake ( II). K,. Temple Street, one door south of i" iKutOo's Store. JAS. (i. SIMiATT, Attorney-at-Iaw, SALT LAKK CITY. I' T A 11. (t5v-e Four doors south of Salt Lake House, 11. Hempstead, M. Ktrkpatruk HEMPSTEAD & KIRKPATRICK, Attorueys-at-Law, Main Street, opposite Wells. Fargo Jt Co., SALT LAKE CITY. C. H. Demi-stead, V.S Att'y for Vuh. f I. SNOW. K. D. BOOK. SNOW & UOliE, Ittornej-i anl Counselor, at Law Silt Lake City, Utah. Office t Snow's corner, 1st East Su NOTARIES PUBLIC. A. S. GOULD, NOTARY UPTJjCBJLiTO and COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Pennsylva-nia, Ohio, Illinois, Nebraska, Wyoming, Wy-oming, Montana, Nevada, California, and other .States and Territories. Ter-ritories. O- Mining Deeds, Agreements and Bonds for Deeds, Mortgages. Powers of Attorney. Leases. Contracts and other instruments of writing drawn with accuracy and aispatch. .e?3ilnintr Companies Incorporated Incorpora-ted under the Ltwi of Utah. East Temple St., near Wells, Fargo & Co., Salt Lake City. mil HOTELS. - TQWNSEND HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY. THE LEADING HOTEL OF UTAH. JAMES TOWNSEND, PROPRIETOR. 0 This House is centrally and pleasantl located, lo-cated, well furnished, and has accommodations accommoda-tions for 150 guests. THE PROPRIETOR is now preparing to build large additions to his Hotel, whiafl, when finished, will render it the 'Most Complete Establishment in the ROCKY MOrXTALX REGION ! mil AMERICAN HOTEL, Corner of First South and Second East Streets, OJE BLOCK EAST OP THEATRE, SALT LAKE CITY, THIS House has been fitted up expressly to meet the waats of the Public and persons visiting Salt Lake City, and every accommodation to make it a desirable resting rest-ing place and home tor visitors. The Table will be forniehed with every luxury of the market, and no pains will be spared to make the guests of the house conilor table. The Hotel la -very pleasantly situated, situ-ated, Half block east of City Hall. Fibst Class Boarders TtVITHOUT Rooms can also be accommodated. BATHS FREE TO GUESTS J. C. LITTLE, Salt Lake Citt. Proprietor. May 24, 1871. my'25 NATIONAL HOTEL, East of the Post Office and west of thi Theatre. MEALS FIFTY CENTS. !.OLGI-ti FIFTY CESTS Twenty-one meal tickets only $8. mj9 . OQUIRRH HOUSE, Comer Main and Locust streets. TOOELE CITT, UTAH. Good Accommodation for Families ai5 E. S. FOOTE, Proprietor. MEDICAL. J. M. & F. D. BENEDICT, SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS, OBce at Residence. Ninth Ward, three blocks east and two south of Theatre al Rosnell Tibbits, M.D. F. II: Simmons, M.D DRS. TIBBITS &, SIMMONS, Physicians and Surgeons, Office Corner of Main and Second South I street, over Butterfield's Store. I Surgery In all lu branched solicited a) W, F.ANDERSON, M.D. H.J. RICHARDS. M.D. Surgeons and Physicians, Offices, for the present, at their respective residences in the 13th and 17th Wards; g3gi DR. GROVES, Offlct Sad South St., Salt Lake City. ,,Itr0,S ior8 West of Revere House, half ."a block East of the Elephant Store. OFFICa HQCRB yROM 9 A.M. TO 5 F,. ml 0. C ORMSBY, M.D. PHYSICIAN, STJKGEON AND DRUGGIST, 11 BIUGHAM CITY, UTAH. BANKERS. WELLS, FARGO & CO., Express Forwarders, Bankers, ami DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. Drifts on Euivpe, and all the jrm-a'pul jrm-a'pul iities of the I'nitftl States, E U K O r E A. X COLLECTIONS Promptly attended to. Kn.t Temple St., Salt Lake City, TUKO. F. TRACY, AgonU mil Thoi. R. Jones. A. W. W hito BANKING HOUSE OK A. WIIITK & CO., RAST TKMPl.K STltl'.l'T, ii.ii Suit Luke City. W. 11. Hoooper, U. 8. BMrmlge, L. S. Ililla Hooper, E hit-edge Co., BANKERS. East Taurus St., Salt Lake City, Dealers In Gold Ihist, Coin, Exchange, Land Warrants, Etc Collections made aud promptly remitted. COllKKSPOXDKSTS 1 RipR. k Co., New York ; Bank of California, San Fraucuco; First National U.-uik, Chicago; Ki-cliaue Ki-cliaue Batrik, SL L,ui. ; First Nauoual Bauk, Ouialta ; J. S. Morgan a Co., London. ju& FIRST MTIONAL BASK OF UTAH, (Succcior to IIusc'f Daliler A- Co.) YARRRS HUSSKY, C. L. DaHLER, Preideiit. Vice Prest. Anthony Godbb. Cashier. Salt Lake City, Utah ; Also connecting oCBces at Ogden andCorinne, Utah, and Virginia and ileiena, Muntana. Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin and Currency, Draw Exchange on New York, Chicago, M- Louis. Omaha, Denver, 5an xrancisco, and all parts of Europe. Collections Promptly Attended To. mil A Man Eats his Father ! INDUSTRY. I knew a smilh who labored all th day With brawoy hands, aud wheo it passed away, Dt h. me to bed and labored all lha nijilit Vilb souadmg nose tliat scl the house alright. INVESTIGATION. . I knew a cat of an inquiring mind, Who nightly sought lor what he could not find. One uigBt he found a thing he did not seek It hit him in the neck and made him sreat . METEOROLOGY. I knew & rat who seemed to understand ivch change of weather era it came to hand ; He never erred but once a still steel-trap One. day surprised him with " a short cold snap." The foregoing touching and exquisite lines wore written under thein?piring influence oi Day fc Co.'s aaraaparilla and bod a. Anybody can do it. ms21 WM. GARDNER, xllIiMNG AGEAT, For the purchase and sale of MINES AND ORES, SALT LAKE C1TY-OHice C1TY-OHice In J, B. Meader'i Assay Office ALSO AGEXT POB THB MARYSVILLE FOUNDRY, CAL, To contract for Quartz Mills and all kinds of Machinery appertaining thereto. a22 Far West Freight ontracting Agents Union Pacific K. R. Fat Freight Line, To and from Salt Lake and all Eastern East-ern Cities. Having special arrangements with all the lines from Omaha east, freight shipped by this line will be transported in qaicker time and at lower rates than by any otaer line. For rates, shipping directions and information, infor-mation, enquire of W. C ALDER, Agent, Salt Lake. Jas. F. Agler, General Manager, St. Lou is. my 22 J. C. HOFFMAYK, Manufacturer " And "Wholesale Dealer in W Lj our I CITY MILLS, COUNCIL BLUFFS, - - IOWA , Orders for beat Spring and Fall Wheat FLOCK, in car-load lota, filled promptly at low rates. my 20 CHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPEDIA. A Dictionary of UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR TEE PEOPLE. Revised Edition. Re-Issue of 1870-71, with jIapst Plates, and Engravings. To be completed i& qrj parts, making I IO Vols, of 833 page, eacli. ' Illustrated wit1! about Four Thousand Engravings En-gravings and Forty Maps, together with a Seriea of from Eighty to One Hundred Elegantly Ele-gantly Engraved Plates illustrative of the Subjects of Natural History now for the fibst hue appearing in the work. Price per PART, Including MAPS and ILLUSTRATIONS, GOCents. PRICE PER VOLUME : Extracloth, beveled boards So 50 Library sheep, marbled edges 6 00 Half Turkey morocco 6 5:) Half Turkey Roxb.. gilt top 7 00 Half calf, gilt extra, marbled edges 7 oO Half Russia, red edges 00 Turkey antique, gilt edges 9 00 THU Edition will bo sold only by duly Authorized Agents, and subscribers sub-scribers are requested to make payment only aa the Parts or Volumes are delivered. Mo?srs. H.H. KEY & CO. aro the authorized author-ized Agents for CUAMBERii'S ENCYCLOPEDIA ENCYCLO-PEDIA for the Pacifio Coast. Parties tub-sen tub-sen bing to them may rely upon being faithfully served withthework in accordance with the terms of the above prospectus ; or, if any unforeseen circumstances should interfere in-terfere with the prompt delivery of the Parts or Volumes by them, the Publishers, upon being notified, will arrange to forward such portions as may be reauixed to make the sets complete, J. B. LIPPINCOTT CO., Publishers. Philadelphia, January, 1571. R. MAY, Agent, Godbe'a Qctagoo House, mylO tialt Lake City. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. BRITTAN, HOLBROOK&O Importers aud Dealers In Stoves & Ranges, SHEET IRON &.TIN PLATE, Coier Zinc. Hlieet Lead, Wire, TUMI'S, Ijoad axici Irou X- 1 1 5 o . Tools and Maohtnery and Uunoral HOUSE FURNI8HINQ HARDWARE, Embracing Plain, Japnnnod, Planlshod and Sumipod Ware, No. Ill 113 California and 06 Nos. 17 A. 1U UttvU Street. (iRANI IH)Ti:i, On Market, Now Montgomery and Woooud StrooU, SAN l-'ltAIVCISOO, OATj. JOHNSON & Co., ruopitiKTORs. THE BANK of CALIFORNIA S.V. F11AKC1SCO. P.O.MILLS. - PHESIDKN'T. W.O. KALSTON. - 0ASU1EK. Cu)iltal Palil Vp, - S3, 000,000. DRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE LETTERS of Crodit on all tho principal cities of the fS W orld. WILMERDsNS Sl KELLOGG, Importers and Jobbers of Wines and Liquors, 211 0w 10 I BUfll J7 SAN FRANCISCO. JNO. G. HODGE & CO., IMPOIlTEItS and Wholesale Stationers, Keep the largest Btock of Stationery, Blank Books, School Books, Playing Cardd, Wrapping Wrap-ping Papers, Twines, Pocket Cutlery, tc, tf-cM On the Pacific Coast.which they are prepared to pell either for Gold or Curreucy at prices that will offer inducement for buyers anywhere west f the Rocky Mountains. 327, 329 k 331 SANS0ME STREET, mil San Francisco. Win. T. Reynolds & Co., Importers and Dealers in FIXE WIXES AXD LIQUORS, Agents for Rosenbaum and C. O. D, Bitters. -Uo & -L-T lUUery St., 6ao 'rancisco. Special attention paid to Choice Goods foi Medical and Family Use. mil E. MARTIN & Co., Importers and Jobbers of Wine and Liquors 408 FRONT STREET, SAX FRANCISCO. H. B. HTJST. m5 MURPHY,6RANT & GO. Importers of American and European Fancy and Staple DBY GOODS, CALIFORNIA, Beg to call the attention of the Trade to their large and varied stock, comprising complete lines of the following goods : SILKS, Black, Colored and Fancyi VELVETS, DRESS G00DS,Franndca,i:,, HOSIERY, KID GLOVES. GENTS' FURNISH'G GOODS. CORSETS, WHITE GOODS, of every kind. nillLTS. HANDKERCHIEFS, aLa' cS: SHIRTING & HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEP-ING LINEN. SHAWLS 1,aCe' Broce' Cashmere, COTTONS, BUaS?eaiaaBrwn' COTTONADES, K'Y JEANS, CASSIMERES PLANNELS. nU colors1aild nal1" BLANKETS, Which they offer on Liberal Terms. Ji - BflU SMSi GAMPBELL BISCUIT BAKERS, And manufacturers of Soda, Boston, Butter, Plo Ntc, Sugar, ' it, ill. ,.cl L.a Graude o xt js. c ii n. Si , Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Snnpps, Pilot Bread, Saloon Pilot Bread, i-tc. The above Crackors are baked froah daily, and are of the very best description. All materials used in their manufacture are of the best quality. Bakery-aiO and 21 Mission St., ' ,a05 Sacramento St., (3 SAN FRANCISCO Jamea Spruance, John Spmance, 0.0. Chapman. J. & J. SPRUANCE, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in WINES AND LIQUORS, J4 415 FRONT STREET. BATHS, BATHS! Warm Spring Baths ! Private and Plunge. These celebrated baths are open to the public at all aeasons. Their medicinal properties are so widely known that it is needless to ennmerate them. Besides the Primte Baths, the large and handsomely handsome-ly furnished Plunge Baths for Ldtes and Gentlemen are now open. H. ARNOLD. ICE! ICE! ICE! SALT LAKE ICE COMPANY, Established Jan. 1, 1860, Ioe delivered daily in all part If the city, in any Quantity, at rates to su) 'he times. J. K. CLAH'SOX, AGE AT. - DEPOT AT Claw90n'8 Ioe Cream Saloon, S-5 REWARD. STRAYED, from the California forral. one Sorrel HoitSK, two Dun MULES, one KoanMljl-'E and one 6orreL Ml'LK branded G on left hip. Xho above reward will be paid for their return. WASHBURN k LEIHY. a2L WILSON a GO., IMPORTERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS in GrocerieSjForeigii and Domestic Brandies, Bran-dies, Wines and Liquors, Cigars. Tobacco, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, fcc, fcc, ET,(Sit Tom pie Street, Third Store Dorth of Hooner, Eidredrege k my'll Co.'s Bank. SEE HERE Ready-made Sash, Made from thoroughly-seasoned Lumber, From 8 x 10 to 10 x 14; all sizes. DOORS From 26 by 66, Moulded and not moulded, Of the beat material, For Sale Cheap enough to Suit the Market, CALLAHAN'S. mylO 200,000 POUNDS of WOOL "WANTED AT THE DESEEET MILLS. rrHOSE having WOOL to SELL will please call on J. W. CC.1MIKGS, at the Mill, or at hi3 residence, 14th Ward, Salt Lake City, before dip posing of it.aahe wishes to Purchase all the AVool In the Territory. Ter-ritory. my9 3 WOOD WORKING. Thomas Latimer, W. H. Polsom, . George H. Taylor, George Roinney CIIAJYGE OF FIRiAI. The Planing Mill, Sash and Door Factory Fac-tory of FOIiSOM, mOIVirVZEIY Co. Will hereafter d business! under the firm name of LATIMER, TAILOR & CO, G A O U Of all sizes on hand and made to OrtOn order. nnnpQ Raised panel, moulded, sash U JUnO doors, large etore doors, any thickness, size or kind, lur-nished lur-nished to order. WINDOW rith gtops, .beads and sash, ; FRAMES compleLO- ' FRflMPQ Panel frames, plain door and r nHITl tO window frames. 1 BLI N DS Stationary and rolliag alatta, '. MOULDINGS .irS: traves and cornice. CI nR!Wf2 Tongued and grooved anc l LUoniii U square-edge on hand anc 1 worked to order. ' I IIMRTR Planed out ef irinde, to i LU ill U 1-11 thickness, and ripped to anj I desired size, Planer and Circular Saws Running all the time. MINING DISTRICTS Supplied on short aotice. l. Give us a call, oraddress by letter to Box 36 ' LATIJttER, TAYLOR 4fc CO., 29 One Block west of IabemacL HELMBOLD. HELMBOLD'S IIELMMOLD'S 11 ELM HOLD'S HKLMJiOLD'S HELM HOLD'S HELMDOLD'S 11 KLM HOLD'S UELMBOLD'3 II ELM HOLD'S IIELMBULD'S ILELilliOLD'S GRAPE PILL. GRAPE PILL. GKAPE PILL. OlltPK PILL. GRAPE PILL. GRAPE PILL. GRAPE PILL. CHAPE PILL. Git APE PILL. GRAPH PILL. GRAPE PILL. HELMBOLD'S HFL.MBOLD'S HELM HOLD'S HELVBOLD'S HELM HOLD'S HELMBOLD 'S HELM HOLD'S HELM ISOLD'S HELMDOLD'S HELMBOLD'S IIELMBULD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILl.A. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EX1RACT SARSAPARILLA EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. EX I'RACT SARSAPARILLA. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. April, May and June, PURIFY THB BLOOD and BEAUTIFY THE COMPLEXION, BY USING ' HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA BUB-IIIB PILLS AND HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla. In the Spring and Summer months tha system sys-tem undergoes a change. This is the time to uEe good blood-renewing, purifying, and invigorating medicinee. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA AND HELMBOLD'S Fluid Extract Grape-Juice Pills ARE THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE. One bottle of He'.mbold's Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla equals in strength one gallon of syrup or decoction a? made by druggist; and a wine glass addei to a pintof water equalg the celebrated Litbon Diet Drink a delightful delight-ful 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 cathartic cathar-tic remedy, and far superior to all other purgatives, pur-gatives, such as salts, magnesia, &o, Helmbold's Grape-Juice Pill is not a patented pill, put up as those ordinarily ordi-narily vended, but THE RESULT OF TES YEARS' EXPERIMENTING, EXPERI-MENTING, AND GREAT CARE IN PREPARATION. SAFE FOR AND TAKEN BY CHILDREN NO NAUSEA; NO GRIPING PAINS, BUT MILD, PLEASANT, AND SAFE IN OPERATION. FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA AND ONE BOTTLE OF THE aEAPE-JUICE PILLS ARE WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD TO THOSE SUFFERING FROM BAD BLOOD, POOR COMPLEXION, HEADACHE, NERVOUSNESS. WAKEFULNESS AT NIGHT, C0STIVENESS, AND IRREGULARITIES, and to those suffering from BROKEN AND DELICATE CONSTITU-TUTIONo CONSTITU-TUTIONo IT WILL GIVE NEW BLOOD, NEW VIGOR, AND VTTW T.TI71? THE CATAWBA CRAPE PILLS are done up with great ore and in handsome bottles, and will surpass all those Tended in wooden .boxes, and carelessly prepared by inexperienced men, comparing with th English and Frenoh style of manufacturing. All of H. T. HELMBOLD'S PREPARATIONS ARE PHARMACEUTICAL, PHARMACEUTI-CAL, NOT A SINGLE ONE BEING PATENTED, PA-TENTED, BUT ALL ON THEIR OWN MERITS. To dispel any impression or p rejudice that might exist in the minds of many against my Preparations from the publicity given, through advertising, and that I am and have been a Druggist for a period of 20 years and more conclusively to prove this see letter From the largest Manufacturing Chemist 1 in the World. 'November i 'I am acquainted with Mr. H. T.Helmbold he occupied the Drug Store oppoiite my residence, res-idence, and was successful in conducting the business were others had not been equally so ' before him. I have been favorably impressed im-pressed with his character and enterprise. " WILLIAM WEIGHTMAN. I Firm ef Powers k "Weightmaa, Manufacturing Manufactur-ing Chemists, Ninth and Brown-sts.i Philadelphia." PREPARED BX ; II. T. IIEMBOIiD, PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL ; CHEMIST. Crystal Pal Phannaey.5 9 BSOADWAY, NEW YORK, and . 10 SOUTH TENTH-ST.HTLADELPHIA 3 HELMBOLD'S FLUTD EXTRACT BCCHTJ S HAS OAXNED A WORLD-WIDE FAME TRAVEL. Lcn Wines. H. P. Kimball. SALT LAKE, And Tintic Stage and Express RCNXISQ DAIL.1T PROM SALT LAKE CITY, via LAKE TOWS, TOOELE CITY, STOCKTOS AND OPHIR. TO TISTIC. The route has been re-stocked with splendid splen-did Concord Coaches, fioe Stock, caie'ul and attentive Drivers, and every attention is paid to the comfort an i convenience of passengers. passen-gers. Good accommodations on the roa.d THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. Office at Well., Fargo . Co.'a, gait Lake City. WINES & KIMBALL, a!4 Proprietors. UTAH CENTRAL RAILROAD.' PIONEER LINE OF UTAH. On and after Thursday. Dec. 1, 1870. Daily Trains Leave Salt Lake City at 5 a-m. and 2:45 p.tr Arrive at Ogden 7 a. m, and 4:45 p. m. Leave Ogden at 8 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Arrive at Salt Lake City 10 a.m. and 7:30 p,m Fare from Salt Lake City to Wood's Cross....-S .70 Centreville 8 .90 FarmingtOQ 1.25 Kaysviile l.fiS Ogden - 2.50 Fare from Ogden to Kaysviile 81.30 Farmington 1.65 Centreville 2.U5 Wood's Cross 2.25 Salt Lake City 2.5J In addition to the above . AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Will run DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED? Leaving Ogden at 5 a. m. and Salt Lake City at 4:40 p. m On which full fare will entitle the purchaser of a ticket to return on the same day and train free. Passengers will please Purchase their Tickets at the Offices. fifty Cents additional will be charged when the fare is collected on the train. For all information concerning freight oi passage, apply to D. O. CAXDERj Tickot and Freight Ag' Salt Lake City. FEKAIttO&lZ JLITTLK, SUPERINTENDENT. CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILR'D. Pad3 Express 1 Q V 1 iliprosa Pnas'gfl Sundays Train iUJ M Train Snnda s excepted Daily 1871. Daily excepts 4 00 pm 8 00 am San Fran'co 6 46 pm 12 30pm 4 42" 8 40 " ..Oakland.. 612" 11 W " 7 30 " ..San Jose.. 6 40 " 7 68 " 1215pm ..Stockton.. 1 43 " 8 36 u 9 86 " 2 10 " .Sacramento. 11 16 am 7 00 am 4 10 " .larysville- 9 10 " H 9 00 " .. .Sesma. .. 4 20 u Q X 2 20 pm .Sacramento. 11 4dam - 6 26 " ...Colfax... 8 46 " 115am ...Reno.... 100 9 10 " Winnemncca 4 06 " & . W 12 00 m BattleMouni 126 pm W P 440 " ....Klko.... 8 46 am 8 10 " I.. ..Ogden..- 5 16pm A. N. TOWNS, T.H.GOODMAN, Oen. 8opt, O. P. &. R Gen. Pass'gr and Ticket Agt, O H. LIVERPOOL & Q'JEENSTOWN IN MAN X INE Of Royal Mall Steamers, Sailing from lVew York Everv Saturday AND Alternate Tuesday. Cabin Paa.age, to Liverpool. ffroM) $75.00 Steerage " " (cur.) 30.00 Passage from Liverpool to Sew York Cabin, ... (fk.ld) tT5.00 Steerage, - - (Currency) 3-ft.OO Round Trip Tickets issued at very low rate JOHS O.DALE, Anl, 15 Broadwav, New York, Or WILLIAM CALDER. Aient, o'7 Salt Lake City. Utah. FOR S-LE 1600 bushels or Corn, 1,500 lbs. White lieans 4 et per lb. by the Barrel. 200,000 lbs. Of Milt, C11XAP. ORANGES and LEMONS, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. 10 acre, of land over' Jordan, hall lot 18th Ward, h.H-a lot 0Ul Ward,,! wrt. gr.n Und, Franklin, Caeho Valley. XXX Woodbine Flour. Highest price In cash for Peache.. J. VV. SMCLL, Idaho Store. my25 Revere House ooinez. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. WEIL & CO., IMPOETEB3 OT Cigars and Tobacco Proprietors of the HAVANA CItiAR MANUFACTORY ieUl, 343 and '425 Front St., Southwest corner front A bacramento 6U 06 J. EVEKDIXU fc CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS 4K Clay-St., San Francisco, DEALERS IS OREGON PRODUCE.. Are constantly in receipt of Oregon Hams, Bacon, Lard, balmon, Ac. Starch., of onr wn and Kaittera nifuinf&ctur always on hand. GRAY, JONES, & CO. DEPOT OF THE SANTA CRUZ TANNERY Hi.TPACTUBEB3 OP Oak ."olo Leatlier. 418 BATTERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO fl9 TOBSfJ, DAViSSON & CO., IMPORTERS OF AMERICAN, ENGLISH, FREXCH AXD GKR.1IA.V FANCY GOODS, Small Wares, Pocket Cutlery, Perfumery, Yankee Xotions, Stationery, Dress Trimmings, White Goods, Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Linen LTdkchfs, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc Cor, Sutter and Sansome Sts,, SAN FRANCISCO. 129 A. J. GRIFFITH, Dealer in g all kinds of PICKLED 5fa SBiIOKSD SALMON AND HERRINGS, 133 Washington Street. i All kinds of Dried, Smoked and Pickled Pith constantly on hand. H J.C.HERBILL !fc CO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS 304 and306 California St., San Francisco, - - California Particular attention paid to the filling of orders for every description oi merchandise, n23 Sale of Ores. .c, etc. EST A. 13 LIS M: U 13 18SO. CASTLE BROTHERS, IMPORTHHS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, 313 and SIS Front Street. n8 CHENERY, SOUTHER & CO., Importers and J obbera of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BRANDIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS, 311 Clay Street, San Francisco.. jy'9 A. C. DIETZ & CO. IMPORTERS OP PAINTS, OILS, Varnishesand Lamps, No. 224 FRONT STREET, Bet. Sacramento A California, San Francisco m7 A. C. Titcomb, Geo. H. Willianif. TITCOMB & WILLIAMS, Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in WATCHER DIAMONDS, Every Description of Jewelry, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE Also Agents for the celebrated Howard, Elginand American Watclics, 210 Montgomery, S.K. cor. Pine, Up Stairs, San Francisco, Cal. All orders from the Territories promptly filled. a 101 and 106 FRONT STREET. SAN FRANCISCO, CAl,. Offer the finest and most complete stocle on the Pacific coast. ' Itefcr to II. B. CLAWS0N. Sun't of at 'u.a. S Francisco. ' w'Sit J. BAUM & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING 234 Kannme St., Knn Prnnrlnco. 43 Mm ray St., New York. fB M. KELLER, Proprietorof the RiBing 8no and Loa AuKlea Vine yards. Dpot for thenale of hit NATIVE WINES AND BRANDIES M. KELLKR A, CO.,) Corner of Battery and Waahingtoo BtroeU, San Franclaco, - - - California AnRfllca Wine, Kldomdo Wine, White M .lnlelra Port Wine Hitter,! Sherry Grape Brandy. All oar Wine and Brandy jruarautowd strictly pare, and OTur three yuan old. TRalt Take City Corporation. Zion'n Co-otKrtlTo Mercantile Inatitutioa, Oodle A Co., Baitbakpty i. II. Peery, and OM-e k O., OvUm,, li'-t our wiDM for iale. RICHARD GOOOIUM), Atfcut, Halt Lake City. 5. P. Iloldon. Jas. Moorhead. S. P. HOLDEN & CO., IM-JfcTtRfl OF FOREIGN DUX GOODS, Linens, Dress Goods, Hosiery, &,cx 28 & 30 SANSOME ST. London ; 27 Leadenhall St.. E.C. o5 EINSTEIN BROS, & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY STYLE AND KIND, 113, 11S, andllT Fine Street, SAN FEAXCISCO. Our Home-made Goods are uncqualed ly any, ; Samples at Mr. Goodhlnd's Office, oi SiLT LAKE CITY.