A Live Paper t'jB. Live People. Tim MALT LAKE DAILY HERALD TUX fIC'L'LAR AND COMMERCIAL NKW.-TAI'KI'. Of SALT LAKE CITY. The People's P iper: FREE AND INDEPENDENT. TheCheapest Paperj i pt iu.iin r.u is ! The KooLy Mountain ! TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE ! Th ront dtieorerr and rapid derIop- totof tba miiiMoriuti bar fivan. tad ! will oontinu lo f it, a impatui to trad of rerr kitl'l, whirb ihutilJ eomunod th t-lantion t-lantion of all bmineai man who dejiret fcr lo it pro flu. IUatj-ibipmenU of oroi tr monthi put haTebann brininf wanlih into the Territory; Ursa iintuif ratiua h&4 eommaneed ; acri-aaliuraland acri-aaliuraland othar products ara Una1 mf ready and morchanti bexin to feel the steady fliiw of money through the Taried channel! of utnweree. 1 To business men at a distance who ak lo participate in tbe lirely trade which mail attend auch a rapid growth of iotereita, a j wall a to the local public, a lire, energetic' oawper ia a neaesity, by which o be made fully acquainted with tbe true condition condi-tion of matter aj they exist, and through which to present their business ana! facilities for lu.'Dtihing o promising a market. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Tally meati this necessity in Utah. Not being; the organ of any pcrion, acct or iiarty, liur devoted alona to any tngla luttrrit, it has grown upon public favor anJ attained an uuprecedeatedcircula-tin uuprecedeatedcircula-tin in the time wh.ch baa elapsed since it waa Mtabtishcd. by beinc in the itri Ctwt enia a Frrc. Indepcudent, Lira mod Thoroughly Prog rcsl t NEWSPAPER. ITS MINING NEWS Collated with the greatest care and from the moM reliable sources, make it valuable to all interested ia the oainea of Utah ; it AGRICELTL1CAL AND GENERAL TERRITORIAL INTELLIGENCE Can b. equally relied on: and its KNTiRriiss has placed it in the FRONT RAK OF THE ROCKY MOIXTAIN JOIRMLS. THE SALT LAKE HERALD! t f Circulate largely and is widely read in ery Mining; Cam is and throughout the Cities, Town and Settlement of the Territory; Terri-tory; is found in the office of every enterprising enterpris-ing busine. man in Utah; circulate on the' Union FaciSv, Central Pacific and Utah Central Cen-tral Railroads; has a large mail subscription list east, west, north and south: and is The Best Advertising Medium; Ia th Keckr Mountain region. Where to Advertise! j Where it will be Seen!1 I Where it will be Readl I i In the People's Paperlj T H U j SILT LIKE IIER1LD.J DO TOU AXT i EMFLOY.MENll HIKED KELT. j MECHANICS. LABOSEES, LOTS TO KE.VT. HOUSES TO EET, OFFICES TO EE-NT, ' STOKES TO KEM", ; MAZZ TOUR WANTS ZNO K I3i THE Salt Lake Herald. , LUMBER YARD. TRUCKEE LUMBERYARD & o Z-i CD c3 o O O rQ CD AS o o D p SEWIN3 MACHINES. READ THIS! TO' SEWING MACHINE I.'i all u-i he a'.' i v...-!e:.-. srai n m Bi iraioy i!v.-!.;:,- f..r tra.:y -r L-:l...-r u-c. Atonr newly-fliied up bale Second Door huutli of I tie tale Emporium, Em-porium, between the Urog and Clothing Clo-thing Utp.rimfun of Z. V, M. I. , will be found a Full Atiortmciit of iliee Admirable Sewing Machines At Prices to Suit Kvcrybody. THE SINGER SEWLVG MACHINE NEEDS x0 PUFFING to commend It to th3 public, as the following how: In 1SV) thee now celebrated Machines were firt onered to the public and in the four years succeeding 4A"J were sold. Today To-day over that number are weekly turned nut Irom the factory, and yet this immense euj- ply is nor e.ual to the demand. At the end . ot tbe year loT. upward of 2a' i0 .iachine were sold, and in the then following years, trotn (o 'Tit, thenumber had been increased to upward of t , J 500,000 MACHINES SOLD, j une tiilrd of which were disposed of within the preceding twelve months. From the foreeoin? itwill beseen that during dur-ing the lat three years, the sales have oeen upward ot fiity per ctnt more thaa during tho whole of the seventeen previous years, THE PEOPLE'S VERDICT, after a score of years thorough trial Is that the SEWING hlAOHIE .is adapted to all kinds of work, sewing a readily the thickest and most stubborn ma-tenal ma-tenal as the finest and most delicate laorics- i with a stitch, that for eveness, perfection and durability is unequalled. i Accompanying ea;h Machine are printed , instructions, so plain and easy of comprehension comprehen-sion that althouKh we recommend customers custom-ers to take at ieat one lesson trom the Operator, Op-erator, it is seldom done purchasers eeing at a glance the simplicity of the .Machine and completeness of tiie construction. Some ' 01 tho -VIDVVsTGE S i CP THE SINGER MACHINES Simplicity of construction therefore leis liatnhtj to get out of repair. Short, straight needle-lesi liable to bend, break or skip the stitch. The shuttle is carried; friction, wear and the necessity ol greasing the race are tius aroided. . Readincs with which the most inexperienced inexper-ienced can adjust the tension of tne thread. Freedom from waar. After ttremy years constant service tnese machines have never been known to wear out. They are noiseless, rapid ani easy in all tneir movements. AH our machines are adjusted and put in thorough running order.by competent hand-bore hand-bore uelirery. Purchasers taerefore have no trouole. but can soccassiuiiy operate with them at once. THE NEW BUTT0N-H2LE -MACHIXE S are thoroughly .rac:ical and will perform all thit wee. aim tor thsm. The Improved MANUFACTURES MACHINES for heavy wori. are too well known to need eta meat. e abo keep in s:ock the MANUFACTUSINS MACHINES . Cur stock of -.heSi-rer Seiug ili-hne is .very ei.ensive. mbraoizc every varie-v ol nptsa. from the pia-.a .Machine, mounted on bacs i1:::;i?i!, oiled, to the elabc--:esv pearied Machine, iu cabinet cue and t.'.a-.zs eow mosueU biaci walcau '0e, woco. or xa:aiiy cighiv p,-.lishei. tvery Aiaca:-e is fu:jhed wi-j the -ie eoair.:ux2.::.-e. incli-g the Bu hea-xer hea-xer vsewg a widths and feLer ind bai-ler. bai-ler. We guarantee oar JIacliiuei to da Hemming. aU widths; FelllnS: Hem. tltchlnt; BraidLnSi ilagic RufflLngj EmhrolderLng chain stitch; Gathering and Sewing on at same time, with or without a band, on the edge or In the center; Cordins-.Tnck-Lre; dnllUQC! Trimming; Binding aU width, and kinds, etc etc, etc. Eerer";er lie Mi-am-th mi m wm Two doors soutHof the Eaele E m-porluin. m-porluin. WE DELIVER MACHINES TO ALL FARTS OF TU1S CITY ticrc-igi E;;i;;el ca Esa-o: Esa-o: 5 H. B. CLAWSOy.Suj.t CHICAGO TRADE. ; BsilG HOUSE B. II, Skinner, Proprietor. Corner Wells and nrj n n r Randolph Streets, L 11 i j AuU. Thi?: House is centrnllv located, well fur-nisheJ, fur-nisheJ, an i contains 250 Rooms. d23 DIEBOLD & K1ENZLE,; Successors to DiebolJ, Babniaiin & Co., j CELEBRATED CINCINNATI FIRE AXD BURGLAR PROOF AFIS, And Sargent's il;i:mene and Automatic j ' Dank 1 ; J5r- ca oc: m 1 FKATTfc COVERT. General Agents j 86 "Waihingtoii St., Cbicao. ! II. 13. CLAWSOY, Supt. Z. C. ?I. I., L Agent for Utah Territory. j CcO j KEITH BROTHERS, j Manufacturers and Jobbers of ' HATS, CAP3 AND FUH3 j 1 AliUinti-y and Straw Goods, i 68 70 "Wabash A-ve., ftTTTn n f"l : 5 3 a i Dearborn Piace, UaiiuiiU'U , )1 I CHASE, HAKFORD Sl CO,, 51 South Water St., CHICAGO, Hedi,uaners f-r Oils, Paints, Giass, &c, Manufacturers of the celebrated WILSON OIL TANK. PAGE, CO., IaiporUT; and Dealers ia LEATnurs AhD FiNuiNGS 50 Lake Street, CHICAb'U. E Lake Siicre Oil Works. MAXWELL, VHel:;:' & CO., iina.acturers of Kngine, Stimal. Tallow, Lard and WOOL OILS. Dealers in Headlight Csrboa, "Whale iliephar.:, ieal &nd SoerLQ Oils, Ar-n la r.r the saje of PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.. Aftna cf tie West Virginia Oa ani Oil Lini OJElSiCS CiR, BCD? AN 3 liUN PiiST Tor Tin and ;h:n; Sot ts. Brt-iga Ximt-ers, sc. Fi.-rr. CHICAGO. r.-a... 35Sxisw I-li-vcli nr., i.s s. WaterStree', tti, U. 'is; q (J , Mafu-.-rers c: iy i :.;e ijeaicra Boots and Shoes, 111 &.11S WabasU Ave, CbJcago. ''':-T:'!':-' n' ' ':i;:"jr: i-SrVEN3CN i-SrVEN3CN d REID DKUGGiSTS: Ce&'it is in Die STt'rrS, B:",wSH-3, Whiu.' uai-5aj traidivraaS : Fatect ilediciaes, rtc, t;c. 90, 83 t SI Lake S't cor. Dearbora S31i35.Si.-ra.CnS--23, ; s Lirre es; :r:z--: :a tie Irrri-.-.rUI r-ri.-ea a;i f i;i;.s " ""1 ' SAN FRANCSC3 TRACE. v. j. tiiiirriTii IIClt.ED eft faMOKKD 1 SALMCN ASD HERRINGS 143 WathlnictoM Street. j. c. i 5.!. tv o, CCMM!S!0N l. . "T. CHANT-I f't an.1 4iu Cl!fttrnl --. nu r-ut Itto, - - l al i lot ul' i' - -! t ' ". i . i i. uf Urn, t., Ac. K S T A H Li I M C I lIl.-0 CASTLE EF.jTMZr.?, 4 1 3 ii ti 1 i ' t u u i v I r e c ( . CHENEY Y. SCUTIIER L CO. Imp -rlcrs ani Jc-il-cr of UltttH.V A.ND UOMK-T1C brandies:-, wines, ad uarous. 311 ( lit)- Mi t el, la t rilU iaCO. A. C, D1ETZ S CO., 1'AI XTS. O ILS: Varnishes and Lamps, .Vj. -:t rr.oxT fTREi.'T. ? : s t - - .v ! i. Krnnt-lcc A. C. TitcN.mb. Geo. H. WillUms. TIKOIIO & WILLIAMS, MaauMCiircrs, lii!-.r:iT?ai.J U h.-Ie.-.ile WATCHEs, DIAiMtJNDSj Lvtry Dtscrijitiou of Jewelry, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE ! Also Agents for the celebrate 1 j IloicarJ, E'ginand Ainn-uan IVatcJus, 210 Montgomery, S.E. tor. Pine, L'p Stairs, Sail FraucUco, Cal. I All or-lers from the Territories promptlr tilled. (i 1. C. OWSO" 5c CO., j 101 and l'jd FR0XT STREET, j SAX FllAXCISCO, CAL. OJlT the finest and most complete n'.ock on the Pacijic coast. liefer to II. B. CLAWSON. Sup't of a4 U.luRIER. S Francisco. RIE J, 3AUM & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of MHE'Sfi, SOY'S CL0TO.3 2133 Sansnme St., Snn Francisco. 4j Jluiray St., Xew York. f9 KELLER, ProprietorofihoRising Sua and Loa ADeelesTiae-yards. ADeelesTiae-yards. Deiot for the sale of bis NATIVE WINES AND ?I. KELLER &, CO., Coruer of Battery and TS'abington Streets San Francisco, - - - California Aneelica Wine, Eldorado Wine. White " ?lHleira Port Wine Bttters, SUerry " Grape Brandy. All our Wines and Brandy guaranteed strictly pure and over tliree years old. tj-SaIt L.-ke City Corporation. Zion'a Co-operative Mercantile Institution, Gt'dbe 4 Co., SjUtL:i.keCitv D. H. Feery, and OHv A Co., 0-,1,-n. k -i. our , wines for sale. RICHARD UOUDIUXD, Apent, call Lake City. 3. P. Holdea. Jas. Moorhead. S, P. KOLDEN & C;;., iiipur.ip.d op FOREIGiN DRY GOODS, Linens, Dress Goods, Hosiery, 28 & 30 SAJTSOilE ST. London ; 27 Leadenhall St. E.a o5 EINSTEIN EuD2, a CO,, Importers and Manufacturers of B00T3 AND SHOES Cf EVERY STYLE Af.D KIN'D. 113, 115, and 117 Pine Street, SAT FRANCISCO. Ov.r Home-made Goods are uneqttakd l'j any. amp'fs at 3Ir. Goodhiad's Office, oo S.1LT LAKE CITY. I WEIL & CO. Cigars and Tobacco Prcrriotors of the EtAVAXA CIliAR hAXUFACTORI' i 321, 223 and 335 Front St., Southwest corner front g Sacramento Sts., : J. EVJES2CIXG & CO., ' mehghants 48 Clay St., San Francisco, j DEALERS IX OREGOX PRODUCE. ' j Are constantly in receipt of Oregon Hams, Bacon i Lard, salmon. fcc. Starcll, cf onr ovn and istern rr.Kiniactnre alloys on h.iLj. j4 ; GHiTTAN, KQL5RGGX&CQ Irr; porters and Dealers in I Stoves flanges, S!IitTI20i3 &Ti-l PLATE, , Copper, Zinc, Sheet Lead, Wire, i POfPS. 1 Xjo.ci lilt 1 Iron Z"i Jo. ' 1 -TIXr.EH.V (iOOBS. '!? Tools and Machinery ad Gen-ral ' !' HOUit FURNiSHiNC HASOW'ARt, Emoracins Kafn, Jarmned. Pianiihei I a--l ttarnr-ed Ware, Nos. Ill . 113 California and i5 co :oa. 17 i. 19 DavU Streets.! Sill JHI5 a iS3f liui BISCUIT BAKaRS, ; A-i rzar.uc:rer;ci Soda, Boston, Batter. Pic Xic. Sugar, ' ?AaiJi and JLa Grande Jr:-T L:d Caies. Gi-.. - ...... . Pt JJrer-i, Pi: ,Z i 'iZ Z:z. ' " VcT.Crirfcrs are lii.Jr-i-a a-2 ! i Eakery-210 and 212.TIssion St.. and 205 Sacramento t., - 1 :: SAX FRAXCISCO j V;iM2?:!rl2 & K?;f52 ; ' Wines and Liquors, ill & 215 ii.i02.-T sliiiLX, :J , SAX FBAXCISCO. S AT. TA CRUZ f AKIi' EH Y Kj-sri icrrizzs or Oali .vole Leather. i 1S BAIIIP.x ST., SAX FP.ANCISC0. i a! I a: I LAW BCOK. haineFtreatise.' , ' J -in Published, by E. E. MYERS. Chicago. . r.AV KDITIOX OF 5 HAi.iES1 TREATISE.' 1 Ktr itnl and EnUrjttl. I Aiil: .i.-un-i-'lf liivk u r JutK-ts of 1V;.-, I. N!..s.?:ra:c. iVUD'.v Jutlarcs.. i..'-Lf.A:.-l.i .c.'.aiiJ j'ub! i'Tj ct-rs g ctr- I (--... A . 1..-1 ,e i'.-.i ol He: emu i.r . . r. y L-ii tT. i-i uc:ui I'. r every U'j..-ine--j i,( LL1JAH X'. UAiyrS, tuh-K-j 't .Vr cif nr. ! y 1 ' '. h K li'.ion. lievlsc , anj iuui-rovt-J. I m..:. Ll ii 1 j e laws a:. d dtvi-ions tio w n lo I i rrt'Li' t'L.ie. Cir t! e:e iu uce e.r,;.ir.t HL-t.. i v-iauitr of ovrr ' cay. Douui iu I :aw tiicti', Price iT.S.'. I I f I? j 0. 1. k .:! known 1.0 every iu?i:co iif the j iTctiiua; Uwryer aul iiublic ollicor iii llliui uud 1 lie Northwestern utes and . Territories. s the most usei'ul and eouii'lete ' work of the kiud eitaut. ' 1 It h:i3 lately been revised by the author. J ; and tujteridlly imiroved by the addition of; uiUv'h imwruiit ui;UU'r. giving all the late luwi and published divisions down to lSty j ibis book ha$, up to tho prtoent time, reaoh-, reaoh-, , ed a larger sle than any other work of the i j kiud in iii is country. Ihis fact may be men- ' tioutd ai evidence of its superior merit. It 1 M-xcellence consists both in the matter em- I ! j braced, and the arrangement or class ifiea- I tun ol subjects. Iu the collection uf matter contained ii j the woak it is intended to give all tuestatul 1 law and the Koneral jrineti)letf of the common com-mon law in connection therewith, which t justice of the poace, polioj magistrate, con , stable or coroner will require in dischargi nf their duties, or that a practicing lawyer wil need for reference in ordinary cases, or thai may be required for the information of ever: business man. This will entirely supersedi the necessity for reference to the volumes o tho statutes. 'Ihe arrangement of the work is methodi cal, and r ine essence of its value, present ins each subject in its order aud in iu proper relation with others. The plan o the arrangement is entirely original witfc the author, being the result of atudy anc practical experience. It had long been t subject of general remark that theauthoi has. in this work, presented the law with a clearness and simplicity of sole which renders ren-ders the whole aliho plain to the coniinot understanding as to tho more advanced lawyer. law-yer. The justi-.-e of the peace, police magistrate, constable, and coroner will find in this book all the necessary forms and instruo tions in regard to every branch of his duty. The practicing lawyer will And in it, collected col-lected and arrange 1 in convenient form, all the statute law and decisions, with reference to adjudicated esses applicable in ordinary practice. The businessman will find in it a coiuplute collection of forms required in the transaction transac-tion of business. Students of the law will likewise find this a very valuable work for perusal and reference, refer-ence, as containing the general principles of the common law, clearly stated, in connection connec-tion with tho ordinary branches of juris prudence. pru-dence. The .following brief reference to the contents con-tents ot this work will afford iu somedegree an idea of its peculiar merits. The book is divided in five parts, the subject of each being be-ing methodic-ally arranged in chapters or appropriate ap-propriate subdivisions, as follows : Part 1. Ox Justices of the Peace, election and qualiikation, and proceedings proceed-ings before them in civil cases. Comprised in thirteen clinpter-", treating : 1 Of the office of justice of the peace. 2 Of the jurisdiction ofjusiicei of the peace. 3 Of the different forms of action. 4 Of the commencement of suits, and the eerrice and return ofprocess. 5 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. 9 Of evidence. 10 Of the docket, and forms of docket eutrierf. ' 11 Of judgment, coats, and filing transcrip t. 2 Ofanpealsandwiitofcertiorari. 13 Of execution and .carDishment. Part 2. Of proceedings before Justices Jus-tices of the Peace in criminal cases. Comprised in eleven chapters, treating 1 Of the powers of justices of tbe peace relative to the enforcement of the laws, for the prevention and punishment of offenses, and preservation and observance of the peace, 2 Of persons capable of committing crimes, of ac cessories, and who may be witnesses in criminal crimi-nal cae3. 3 Definitions and punishment of crimes and offen ses as prescribed by tbe criuii nal code. 4 Of proceedings where a crmiinal offense baa been committed. 0 Form of statemennj of offenses in warrants. 6 Of proceedings in relation to theobserv nee and surety of the peace and good behaviur. 7 Of fugitives from justice. 8 Of search warrants. 9 Of proceedings and penaities in relation to the misdemeanors of Sabbath-breaking, and dii-turbing dii-turbing worshiping assemblies. L0 Of proceedings in cae of asanlt and battery, and aSi ays. LI Of docket entries mcrimiiiiil and summary proceedings, pro-ceedings, and justice's fess ia criminal caees. Part 3. Of the powers and duties of Tustices of the Peace under particular :tatuU.s. Comprised in twelve chapter, treating I 1 Of the acknowledgment and proof of deedj and other instruments. "2 Of attachments before justices of the p-ace. 3 0: bisurdy, and proceeding in case thereof. 4 Of contempt of court. 5 Of contesting elxrctiou" . 6 Of coroners. 7 Ofetras. 8 Of forciMe entry and detain. 9 Of inclosures and fence?. 0 Of landlord and tenant, and proceedings by dif:re! for rent. 1 Of ciArria;. 2 Of triaJ of th riglii &i" pr rty. ; P art -4. Of the Constable, his eiec- ' :on and qualification, and the powers ' .r,J duties of Constables ia both civil nd criminal caes. CvLiprisiiig fire chapter-, treating 1 0:";L- o-Zze of consiaile. . j Pj"--" duties of constables in proceedings. ) 3 Of He LV.Xty of con tables and euxeties. t 4 O: Lue po---r ar.J diiic- of constables in crimi- d - C a Of fe-:-s ar.1 c-xi-jsjtionaiaowed to eon Labile :'- 'Ah ciw'- d criminal casei i,-LST - Coiiion forms for th k 1 A:;rt--:-1' 3 Co-annersiip. j i . , i:.-.ci-Jlisi.u;ij Conveyance a. : ' - II D;wcr. ! ' A-U--.-;--.: e-.-eaaa- Li Leases. i ' '' 1-j yituralizdtion. ..'IstLii n Powers of attorney. I p--iii3ry rote. 1, Eka;e 1 ; cfa:,. 15 Mill-. " In o-e iar-e vclu-e, fcCO pa?, law! -Ar r""id te eilt t0 address on 1 I cf zT.'jj wlih the order. j a::-.,:. j ""it6-,:1 street, Chicago. Kals-zs' Treatise can be procured ' 1 JAMES DWYER'S Book Store! id Xiiws Depct THE GELlBilIT:S&, STUDEBAKER WAGOM ! 1 Hp i Farmers and Teamsters THERE AEE ATINE EEASOXi Why You Should Buy the above Wau VI UST, Tlu-y ure mu le of ilie boat sclented Imhaxa Ti.mbi;:i, il ,. seasoned under cover. ' Kl'(.).N I), They are umde. by experienced free labor. Til 1 11 1), The lightest runuinj; and most durable Wam in ile y . , rU K'l'll, Their l'bimble Skeins never break, while a'l o:!i-t jV'' '' 1-' 1 W II, Most vmiibnn and best proportioned Way :i in Markot-'.'. ol one will tit another, while other 'ui ikes" will not. ' a'-' i''. SIXTH, The only Wayoti in which the SLOl'H S110rL!i:i; Sl'ilkr usid ; hence they have the best Wheel, which is actually the I'oun,! iti . Wacon, and shotil I becarelVi ly exatiiined by persons buying. ' ;-: SK V K.NTli, They are sold only by responsible parties ; aiul ovirv W is warranted to give entire satislae'.ion. !? : Klti H I'll, IJeeause Teauisters will tell you tliey ai-e the hi-.t , all purposes, on the road. ' ': SlATll, Last but not lea.-t : Suidebaker lirotheis are pr.iedeil u-tend u-tend to their business personally, and do not entrust it entirely in -'llr , 1; is peuerally tbe ease in larae 1'actorie.-; hence the superiority ufiL-ir u l' all others. ' r"".u.;. Sold by JWO. T. OAINI aj "Ill.KALD" OFFICE, Salt l.:,k, n-v ' NEW YORK TRADE. 8 FELIX CAMPBELL, i 79 John St, New York, Manufacturer of and Dealer in AVrouglK, Cast aud (.alvAi.lz.t-tl fery vririefi of jittiihjs f r the suotc, tS HENDERSON, JUSTICE Co I Successors to Griffon, Henderson A Co., t 1 I r Iltl'OKTERS AND JlirtliEKS OF ; FiCY GOODS, AOTIOAS, If () N I H I I V r ; FURNISHING GOODS. ETC., 498 Sl 500 BUOADWAY, Opposito St. icholas Hotel, no Now York. News to Housekeepers ! A barrel of Flour makes forty pounds inoro oi 1 read with SEA FOAM POWBRR. No time required for dough to raise, but bake in a hot oven as ao. n as mixed. SEA FOAM s,ive Fpe-, Shnrtrmtifr, Milk, Etc., and id a wondei lui economy. T II K SEA FO I IS A. K TIU F.I.Y KKW INVEXriOV, WITH O I T A.N V OF I'llK BAD Qt AI.I I IKS OF VKAST OR UAKi.M' POW-LEHS, POW-LEHS, SUUtV i'K bALb.UA I GEO. F. (iAXTZ A' Co., ifrmufiL turern, 170' Duans Street, N. Y. J Pool, Nairo. Kimball & Co,, ' WHOLESALE GROCERS 35 Warren St.. cor. Church, J. n. BULGER. New York. 12o C. A. Loogstreet. John Sedgwick. LONGSTREET a SEDQWiCK Manufacturers of and Wholesale Iealer8 in MEN'S &30YS' CLOTHING, 466 4 468 Broadway. INevr York. &2A MEDICAL SUSTAIN HOME MANUFACTURE The Best aud the Clieapent ! Have Yon Tried Theml ANTI-DYSPKPTIC, COMPOUND BONESET PILLS. Home-made and purely vegetable. Twenty-five cents per box Twenty-five Pills-Warranted Pills-Warranted to give gatilaction. They relieve Janndice, Dyspepsia, Iodige tion, Liver Complaint, Heauache, Locs ol Appetite and Foul Stomach, will brKiR or Colas, Fevers, Ojogbs. and Purify tbe Blood. Ibey will Cleane the Stomach, Kenovat-tbe Kenovat-tbe System, and dispel DL-ee- Are Ktod in all cases where Pbyeic le needed. Try a box. You will line them, and never want any other sort. They are Ionic, Cathartic and Expectorant. Expec-torant. OPTIIALMIC 13ALSA.M, Or Eye Balm. Valuable in most Diseases of the Eyes. Removes Re-moves Inflammation, atreng hena the Signt, tnd Weak or Drooping Li e, and U general! lealing aud etrengihemng to tbe e got, but -au.ses no pain. It u a:s' good for letter, Eting'wortn and bad Sore. Only Twenty-five Cents per Eox. CONKLIN SALVK. K valuable remedy for Cuti. Bruise;. Wound?. :ore;, Burn5, Scald?, and for weas or Lame iack. Side or iJreajt, and for many otner ice. The?e and o:beT home-made family mcdi-:inee mcdi-:inee are prepared by E. JOH5SOX, St. George, Utah, ; Lnd sold at Zion's Co-operative Store? ani I y other agenta thronghoat the Terripry. i so sold at wholesale or furnished on com- i?ion to reeponiioleazeuta. If thete m-rd- i cines are not kept at your stores, ak your i nerchant to order them at one. ' TRAVEL, utaiFgentral ItAlLMOAl). PIONEER LINE OF UTAH, l)n and allrr Tlun .da) , 1) i( , aily 1 ruins Leave S.ilt l.iiko Ciiy t ;,,., s,i4S Arrive ut Ok.I.mi 7 a. nr. and 1 1..,, m l.i-ave ilKd.-n ,,, 8 . ,. .1.V, i,i,,., ' Arrivoat bull Luke Cily 10 i.m.auJ Fare from .Salt Lake tliy lo Wood's Cross .Til 0rnlrvilU I l Farnii-iKton K..ySvillc ' . Cudi'li ' Kara front fKdrn lo h'nrsvillo 1.:10 P.iri'nl..o .... ti Unir.i-ille Wuud'.Cr..!, oalt Lake Clly In addition to tho above A?l ACC0MM3DAnaN TRAIK Will run DAILY", SILVDAY.S KXCK1TO Leaving Onden at f . m. and Salt LakeC-at LakeC-at 4:1m p. in,, In wtiinl, fii rr -, Pnf.n, ,, ,rrln faiii-ktil to ri-iurn on ih- .atno d.-,y Irani frej. mid -, ,, l,y arranumii . the ennd.irtor ni ny ,i,lt on take on or lot off pafscniiora. PaenKrr Mill I'urcliu. th.lr Ticket, at Ihe Olllt... Fifty Cent, additional will he fharpnl : the lare in collected on the imin. For all information conrerninir frcifhl laale, apply to D. O. CAL.DKU, Ticket and FreihiAi' Salt Lake City. Fi:itA5IOiia tlf'fU;, KUI'KKINTKNlit.v. i -! O TV LIVERrOCL & QUEEMSTOWN """1 rv IN MAN LINE Of Royal Mall Sleameri, S'1B from Sicvr York Every Saturday I j ASD Altei n.itc Tuesdaf' , - $. Cabin Passage, to LiTcrx i- St it I Steerage " " " tf-a.) I Pa. .age from Liverpool to Xeor Cabin, ... IG.M) j Steerage, - . (Co-reicy) Round Trip Tickets iisned at very lo :,, JOnjfC.DALK.J0 15 Broads.ir. OrWn.LIAM CALDKK. .Arent. .... o'-7 Salt Le C;:T-1 " BENEDICT, HALL & CO,, MAX UFA CTUPiEB S ASD WHOLESALE DEALEES I' Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO os. 184 and 136 GRA3D STKEET' One Block East of Broadway, NEW YORK.