LEGAL J A S . G . .SPRAT T, Attorncy-at-Law, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Office-Four doors south of Salt Lake House. Attorneyat-La -w, Officb F1E8T South St., Fourth door east of Hooper, Eldredgo & o1" Co.'s Bank. 0. H.Hemp3tead, M. Kirkpatrick HEMPSTEAD & KIRKPATRICK, Attorneys-at-Law, Main Sued, opposite Wells, Fargo Co., SALT LAKE CITY. C. H. Hempstead, U. S. Att'y for Utah. Ca Z- 6-V0W. E. D. FJ0GE, SNOW & IIOGE, Lttorneys and Counselors at Law Salt Lake City, Utah. 0at Snow's corner, 1st East St MEDICAL j ilfltco Nml SontU St., Snll Uko t'tty. 1 VtirotMUuirs Vo-t of Uovoro llouso, hall . u , blook Ku-st i tho Kloiilutnt Storo. 1 OKKU'K HOI KS VKOM 1' A.M. T0 5l.M. 11)1 l 1). I J IN li DIC r, SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. OtVico at Uosidonoe, roar of Sovontics Hall. .1 V. F. AiNDKRSOX, M. I)., SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, Office at RUlouce, in the Thirteenth Wanl. DR. 0. C. OR MS BY, PHYSICIAN, SUKGEON AND DHUUGIST, oil B111GIIA.U CITY, I'TAIl. HOTELS, TOWNSBND HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY. THE LEADIAG HOTEL OF UTAH. JAMES TOWNSEND, PROPRIETOR. This llouso is centrally and plcasantl located, lo-cated, well furnished, and has accommodations accommoda-tions for 1 30 guests. THE PROPRIETOR is now preparing to build largo additions to his Hotel, which, when finished, will ronJer it the Most Complete Establishment in the ROCKY MOOT.YIX REGION ! mil Salt Lulte House, EAST TEMPLE STREET, S A.L T LAKE O I T Y. TILDEX .fc LAWKK5CE, Prop'rs. d4 BANKERS. WELLS, FARGO & CO,, j Express Forwarders, Bankers, j and iDEALERS IN EXCHANGE. j Drafts on Europe, and all tlieprin-cipal tlieprin-cipal cities of the United States. EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS Promptly attended to. East Temple St., Salt Lake City, THE0. F. TRACY, Agent. : mil MSTMT1MJM if HAH, (Successors to Hussey, Daliler dt Co.) Wabrex Hussey, C. L. Dahler, President. Vice Prest. Anthony Godbb, Cashier. Salt Lake City, Utah 5 Also connecting offices at Ogden andCorinne, Utah, and Virginia and Helena, Montana. Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin and Currency y Draw Exchange on New York, Chicago, St- Louis, Omaha, Denver, San francicco, and aU parts of Europe. Collections Promptly Attended To. mil j W. H. Hoooper, XL S. Eldredge, I. S. Hills Hooper, Eldredge & Co., BANKERS. East Temple St., Salt Lake City, Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin, Exchange, Land Warrants, Etc Collections made and promptly remitted. CORRESPONDENTS : Riga k Co., New York ; Bank of California, P Franciaco; First National Bank, Chicago y change Bank, St. Louis; Firat Nation?' ' Z" Omaha ; J. S. Morgan k Con London. ja5 ASSAYED. " PIONEER ASF, AY OFFICE ! Reia's Building, EAST TEMPLE 'street, SALT LAKE CITT. WOODIIiLL BRO'S, Q S A. "Z E JEV s OF All kinds of Ore. ORES AND BULLION PURCHASED. T A FT & SMEETOK, Assay crs, AND CIINERAL MIN1NC ACENTS, OPHIK CITY, CANON, UTAH. )4 NOTARIES PUBLIC. A.. S- GOULD, NOT-a.H.YPUHLIO COMMISSIOXEK 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. Mining Deeds, Agreements and Bonds for Deeds, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney, Leases, Contracts and ofcher instruments of writing drawn with accuracy and dispatch. Mining Companies Incorporated Incorpora-ted under tlie Law! .f I tali. East Temple St., ncur Wells, Fargo & Co., Salt Jjalce City. CITY LIQUOR STORE, Keep constantly on hand. Wholesale and Retail, Choice Imparted ' LIQUOES AND WINES, At Lowest Rat es. GROESBECK'S BUILDINGS, SEWIN3 MACHINES. reIdTTHs! T II l-'i Inll tho beautiful var iotios. 11 11 m ft mm Conlemplntin.r tho p-jrehaso) of a-Machine a-Machine 'for fa mily or other ua 0. At our newly-fitrictl p Salesroom.) Second Door S o n t J i of the Eagle Em porlum, between, tlie Drug nnl CIo-tliing CIo-tliing Departmev.ts of Z. CM. I.,vt'Ul be found a Full Assortment of tlivse Admirabie Sowing Machines At Prices to Suit Everybody. THE SINGER SEWING mCIIINE NEEDS NO TUEEING to commeud it to the public, u tlie following Jtr 2 mi? show: In 1S50 these now celebrntiid Machines were first oliered to the public and in tbe four years succeeding 4,0C wer e sold. Today To-day over that number aro iFeekr-." turned out from the factory, and yet thjis immense supply sup-ply is not equal to the demand. .At the end 01 the year 1867. upward of HuO.OQl ' Machines were sold, and in tho thenfollowi nS year?, from '68 to '70. the number had been, increased to upward, of 500,000 MACHINES SOLI), I One third of which w( re dlspo&iL of within the preceding twelve moa'.kg. Frnm the forego in it will be seen that frr in? the la.t three y&ars, the salca have ben upward of fifty per cent more than during the whole of the seventeen xrevioua years. THE -PEOPLE'S VERDICT, after a score of years thorough -.trial is that the X3T jse: JfflL' SEWSNOiAOHSIE is adapted to all kinds of work, sewing as readily the thickest and most stubbor a material ma-terial as the finest and most delicate f.ibrics; with a stitch, that for eveness, perfection and durability is unequalled. Accompanying each Machine are printed instructions, so plain and easy of comprehension comprehen-sion that, although wo recommend custom-era custom-era to take at least one lesson from the Op. erator, it is fitVdom done purchasers seeing at a glance the simplicity of the Machine and completeness of the construction. Some ofthe OP THE SINGER MACHINES ARE Simplicity of construction therefore less liability to get out of repair. Short, straight needle less liable to bend, break or skip the stitch. The shuttle is carried; friction, wear and the necessity of greasing the race are thus avoided. Readiness with which the most inexperienced inexper-ienced can adjust the tension of the thread. Freedom from wear. After twenty years constant service these machines have never been known to wear out. They are noiseless, rapid and easy in all their movements. All our machines are adjusted and put in thorough running order.by competent nandp, before delivery. Purchasers therefore have no trouble, but can successfully operate with them at once. THE BEY BUTTON-HULE AX .V CHINES are thoroughly practical and will perform all that we claim for them. The Improved KIAFtUFACTURIMG MACHINES for heavy work, are too well known to need comment. We also keep in stock the JTew Medium Noiseless . MANUFACTURING MACHINES Our stock of the Singer Sewing Machines Lb very extensive, embracing every variety of finish, from the plain Machine, mounted on black walnut table, oiled, to the elaborately elabor-ately pearled Machine, with cabinet case and folding coVri" mottled black walnut, rose, wood, or mahoy highly polished. Every Machine turn is had with the same complete furniture, invading tlie new hem-mer hem-mer (sewing all widths) anu ller and braider. brai-der. "We guarantee our Machines 0 do Hemming, all widths; Felllngj Hemstitching; Hem-stitching; Braiding; Magic Ruilllngj Embroidering (no chain stitch;; Gathering and Sewing on at same time, with or without a band, on the edge or in the center; CordingjTuck-iwgf CordingjTuck-iwgf Q,itUting; Trimming; Binding aU widths and kinds, etc., etc., etc. WE DELIVER MACHINES Without Additional Charge TO ALL, PARTS OP THIS CITY t. All kinds of Sewing Machines thoroughly Repaired on Reasonable Rea-sonable Terms. Remember the Mammoth Sign, SIIGEE Sinn MACHINES Two doors soiitbof the Eagle Emporium Em-porium a1 TT 7 PT ATVgpV VISITORS TO GONFERENGE. FAMILY GROCERIES, Of BEST ftUALITT and LOWEST PRICES, Consisting of Choice Gunpowder Tea, Young Hyson Tea, English Mixed Tea, Natural Leaf Tea, Rio, Java and Mocha Coffees, Sugar of all kinds, , Raisins and Currants, Canned Fruit and Vegetables, Pickles and Sauces, Oysters and Sardines, Prime Bacon, New York Cheese, Oranges, Nuts and Candies, San Francisco Crackers-, Tobacco, Cigars, &c, &c, AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST I G.W.Davis, At theOld Stand, just north'tf Dirynr'a Book Store. School Teachers, ATTENTION ! "fAXTED a competent Female School Teacher it the Lower School District, Dis-trict, Mill Creek Ward. Salt Lake County. Liberal salary, and employment during Spring and Summer offered. For further information apply to ALEXANDER ALEX-ANDER HILL, or BISHOP B. MILLER. By order ofthe Board of Trustees. mSl WOOD WORKING. Thomas Latimer, W. H. Folsom, George H. Taylor, George Romney CHANGE OF FIRM. The Planing Mill, Sash and Door Factory Fac-tory of POLSOM, ROMlVllTrtCo. Will hereafter do business under the Urm name of LATIMER, TAILOR & CO, SASH "xes on aD( an ma to nfin DC Raised panel, moulded, sash UUU11U d.ors, large store doers, any thickness, sise or kind, furnished fur-nished to order. WINDOW With ltop5i heads and sash, FRAMES oomplete- FRflMFC Panel frames, plain door and I imiTIUO window frames. BLINDS Stationaj-T and rolling ilattl. MOULDINGS F d0o"rsr" & tr&ves and cornice, Fl HfiRINn Tonpued and Kroored and I LiUUIllIlU square-edge on hand and worked to order. I IIMRPR Fl&ned out of w I ride, to a kUIIIULII thickness, and ripped to any desired she. Planer and Circular Saws Running all the time. MINING DISTRICTS Supplied on short notice. Give us a call, or address by letter to Box S66 LATIMER, TAYLOR CO., One Block west of Tabernacle WELL 33I&OITG, WILLIAM TTCALTON, EXPERIENCED WELL-DIGGER, one block west and two south of 11th Ward school-house, will dig Wells to order on the shortest notice and in latitfactory style. ! f-t' --- ... -j i , . . - r .HU'l MEDICAL. Manhood IN THE Young and Rising Generation. Tho vegotativo powers of lifo are stronir, but in a fow years how often tho pallid hue, tha lack-lustre eye and emaciated form, and the impossibility of application applica-tion to mental effort, show its baneful influence It soon becomes evident to the observer that some depressing influence influ-ence is checking the development of the body. Consumption is talked of, and perhaps the youth is removed from school and sent into the country. This is one f tho worst movements. Ee-moved Ee-moved from ordinary diversions of the over-changing scenes of the city, the powers of tho body, too much enfeebled to give zest to healthful and rural exercise, exer-cise, thoughts are turned inwards upon themselves. If the patient be a female, the approach ap-proach of the menses is looked for with anxiety, as the first symptom in which Nature is to show her saving power in diffusing the circulation and visiting the cheek with the bloom of health. Alas 1 increase of appetite has grown by what it fed on; the .energies of the system are prostraited, and the whole economy is deranged. The beautiful and wonderful period in which body and mind undergo so fascinating a change from child to woman, is looked for in vain: the parent's par-ent's heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies fan-cies the grave but waiting for it victim. Helhbold b Extbact Buchu, for Weakness arising from excesses or early indiscretion, attended with the following symptoms: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty Diffi-culty of Breathing, General "Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Trem-bling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feel, Wakefulness, Dimness Dim-ness of Vision, Langour, Universal Lassitude Las-situde ofthe Muscular System, Often Enormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance Coun-tenance and Eruptions on the Face, Pain in the Back, Heaviness of tho Eyelids Frequently Black Spots Flying before the eyes, with Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want of Attention, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of Society. Nothing is more desirable to such patients than Solitude, and nothing they more dread,for Fear of Themselves; no Eepose of Manner, no Earnestness, no Speculation, but a hurried Transition from one question to another. These symptoms if allowed to go on which this Medicine invariably removes soon follow Loss of Power, Fatuity, and Epileptic Fits, in one of which the patient may expire. During the Superintendence of Dr. Wilson at the Bloomingdale Asylum, this sad result occurred to two patients; reason had for a time left them, and both died of epilepsy. They were of both sexes, and about twenty years of age. Who can say that these excesses are not frequently followed by those direful diseases Insanity and Consumption? The records of the Insane Asylumns, and the melancholy deaths by Consumptiou,bear ample witness to the truth of these assertions. as-sertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy exhibition appears. The countenance is actually sodden and quite destitute neither Mirth or Grief ever visits it. Should a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely articulate. "With woeful measures wan Despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled." Whilst we regret the existence of the above diseases and symptoms, wo are prepared to offer an invaluable gift of chemistry for the removal of the conse. quences. Hilmbold's Highly Cos- CEKTBATEB FLUID EXTRACT OT Brj- chu. There is no tonic like it. It is an anchor of hope to the surgeon and pa-tient, pa-tient, and this is a testimony of all who have used or prescribed it. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. every-where. Price $1.25 per bottle, or six bottles for $6.50 Delivered to any address. ad-dress. Describe symptoms in all communications. com-munications. " Address H. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594 Broadway, New York. NONE AKE GENUINE UNLESS done up in steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile of my Chemical Warehouse, Ware-house, and signed t SMALL FRUITS. KNOX'S 700 ! Plants of Knox's 700, or Jucunda, Strawberry, (the best very large iva-ricty). iva-ricty). Also GRAPE VINES, In Large Variety, CHERRY TREES, Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Roses, Chestnut Trees, ETC.W FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES. Grapes, - - 15c. to -tOc. each Currants, - - $1 to $ per 100 T. W. ELLERBECK, SALT LAKE CITY. mil FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. 130,000 YOUA'G SEEDLIl'G Apple Trees Ready for Budding and starting Young Nurseries ; with a large lot "of BOX ELDER TllEES For Shade. All for sale cheap in quantities, by STAIXES & LETSOX f23 BURNING FLUIDS. MORE LIGHT! It SJiines for All! THE DANFOSTH FLUID Ls the Light for the People. Only 60c. per Gal. BY THE FIVE GALLONS. THE GAS-JET BCRXER, Without Chimneys, is the thing THE PACK LAMPS Are the only perfectly safe lamps, AS SAFE AS CAiULES. A NEW ARRIVAL OF LAMPS, LANTERNS AND FLUID, E, KEESE & CO., Corner south of Walker Bros WATCHMAKERS, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS. s 4 ELIA80N & HAUERBACH, Next Door East of the Herald, Are workmen who not only repair "Watches and Clocks, but will make Watches to order in any desired style, or any part of them, from a pivot or pinion to an entire Watch. Work. Executed on Moderate Terms 1 BUILDERS. :R. R. MELROSE & CO,, Carpenters and Builders. Finns Tilth Estimates fnrnlslied. Contracts made. Jobliing'at-tended Jobliing'at-tended to promptly. References True Je Bros., Gould & Woodward, Wood-ward, S. W. Howland, C. S. Hammer. Shop Pear of Pacific Hotel, East Temple Street. m21 ON THK REICH PLACE. u (Ml MUSEUM MENAGERIE. Half a block west of President Young's Kesiience. JOIIX W. YOUXG, - Prop. Native Beasts, Birds aud Reptiles Wolverines, Bears, Foxes, Mountain Doer, Lynx, Wild Cats, Ac. Important collection of Native Minerals; Admission, SO cts. Children, lO " Open ever day except Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Feeding Time, 3 p. m. Animals purchased for Pood for the Wild Peases of the hivm-i-. A!i FRANCISCO TRADE. I3IPOUTKUS Wholesale Stationers, K- - ji llif; l;ir.-,l et', It of Stat ion cry, II lank Hookx, School 11 00k. , i'luyliiK Cardu, VVrajj-plny VVrajj-plny 1'ajjtrs, ycit:s, Poch;t Cullcn, d'C,t On tli-i IVr-fic Co:i-t,wlii-.li tl,-yarr; pprjiarH to )! (illn-r i'tT (j'jIiJ or Currency at .n;tt ii-t will ofii?r irjilii'.'.-iii'-ntM i-jr buvord anywhere went f the li-xky Muuntaiiis, 327, 329 & 331 SA"SOMJ-; STREET, U'll fcan Francisco. Win. T. Reynolds Co., Xijiiort'-Ts and Dealers ill FIXE WIXES AXD LIQUORS, Agents for Koscnbanm and C. O. D. liillcrH. -LU A; -ijr .battery ,St., fcaa I'raucibco. Aii' S;e;.;. attention j,aid to Choice Goods foi Iidi'.al aud lauiily ue. . Hill GRAND HOTEL, On Market, Xtw Montgomery and second Streets, JOHXSOX & CO., PltOI'RXETORs. fa THE BANK of CALIFORNIA SA. FllAXCISCO. D. 0. MILLS, - PRESIDENT. W. C. KALSION". - OAslilJiK. Capital Paid Ip, . S3,0U0,O0U DRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE LETTERS of Credit on ail tae principal cities of the ft orid. James Otis. vr. A. Macondray. F- t . Macondray. MACONDRAY &. Co., vnms AMD COMMISSION MKK.CIIAN'I'S, .IKP2STISS OF CHiNA ANO JAPAN TEAS And all descriptions of EASI INDIA fKOI'UCE. sail Francisco, o7 California E. MARTIN & Co., Importers and Jobbers of Wines ami Xaquors 403 FRONT STREET, SAX FUAXCISCO. H- B. Hrsr. A. C. Titcomb, Geo. II. Williams. ,-TITCOHB & WILLIAMS, Manufacturers, Im porters and Wholesale 1euiers in WATGMES, DIAMONDS, Every Description of Jewelry, SILVER AND SiLVER-PLATED WARE Also Agents for the celebrated Howard, EI gin and American Watches 340 Montgomery, S.E. cor. Plue, Cp Stairs, San Francisco, Cal. All orders from the Territories promptly filled. U KFiiif,efiAI!T&GG. Importers of American and European Fancy and Staple DBY GOODS, S?A.rH FHANCI8CO, CALIFORNIA, Beg lo cail the attention of llieTradcto their arge and varied stock, comprises complete, lines ol the lollowing goods : SILKS, Black, Colored and Faucyi VELVETS, DRESS GODDS'auau'":11 HOSIERY, KID GL0V'3j GENTS' FUHHISHu GOODS, CORSETS, of every 111 lid. QUILTS, UIKCRfiMIfFQ SUk' L",e"' Hi-.niU(itr.;i.i rCj aud Cotton. jSHIRTiaa '& HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEP-ING LINEN. Q'SFVIl CJ Lace, Broche, Cashmere, w.jMj uj, 1.;. f'-.TTrif.!', Blenched and Rrown, U'J I Itlk", of aU kljuU. CQTT0NACE3, K'Y JEANS, . CAS&lislEPiES iC tc. IVhich they ojjer on Liberal Terms. TQBiri, DAVISSO.ft & GO., . lMroK'lKl'.S OK AMERICAN", K.VGLISII, FRENCH AXD GERMAN FANCY GOODS, Small Wares, Puclcet Cutlery, Perfumery, Yankee Xotions, Stmioneru, Press Trimmings, J! Kite Goods, Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Linen H'dkchfs, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc. tor. Sutter aud jansome Sts., SAM FRANCIS CO. James ?iirc;ince, Juhu 5i,ruanCi', C. C. Chapman. J. h J. SPRUANCE, Iiiiporttn) aud Vliok-aale Dealers in I' lists Aufl LIQOGES, Jl 413 FRONT STREET. SPECIALNOTICE. rfllE UXDER SIGNED wants to purchase jL three or four span of GOOD HORSES that are poor, that ho can fat up and sell for a couple ot hundred doliars a span more than he gave for them. '10 JA.UES TOWNSEND. IC; IGu! ICE! SALT LAKE ICE COMPANY, Established Jan. 1, 1SG0, Icq delivered daily in all part ")f the city, in auy quantity, at rates to sui the times. J. 11. CJLAAVSOX, AGEXT.