A Live Paper Live People. Till: SALT LAKi: DAILY HERALD Till! HEI.'I I,.U AMi ( )MMhl:rlAl. M-.U .-l-AI-Ki: Ol' .-ALT LAKH (.TIT. Tiii;l,i;oi,Li;'1sl,ii,i;rl! FREE AND INDEPENDENT. TIIK O.NLV JIHKMMi 1 1 A I I.V I'Al 'l ll IN I "I'A II, ml THE CHEAPEST PAPER ri ni.(Hiir.i) in t 'Mir UiMk .Momi..iiiii .' , i TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE! The rnrflnt J m. ovary Kit I th4 J,iv ji-iniml ji-iniml of iho minM nf I (!, Inra fm-n. nnj will OontiiHin lit give, in im.'tiUu hi Ir.i la of vry kind, wln.-ti h mi I coin .iinnd llio nil-nit., n nf all Imimii'-m m.-ii wh. ,l..,ro to hre id it Lrfltj. 11a? shiiwnont.i nl'nrm f r month i.it hv alien, hn ii ititf wa.il to in In t li IVrritury; lf iiutuirf rl i.n h n Cinuinnii.-ml ; nn-ullurl nn-ullurl nJ utlirr prdi.'iii a re rtudiin reivdy Im ; ftUkl march .,)( Int. in to fcol llm-t.ly fl-iw of tunny through, tha r .tried cli.inncls of ot'iniuerca. To butma moil At a dm nice who stH'V to prtiri(.n in I ha liroly trd wln-h mut ' Hand iiirh rii. row,h of iur friMtn. rtd wwll . to the lii.-at j'uMlu-, hutoIio new ii(.(r m uwcuily, by wliuli ' bv mtds fully r.umiittfll with the trim c..ndi-lioo c..ndi-lioo uf tu Allan m ilicy enM, and through whioh lo (trvt(ut their bu-ino,s anil faeihtiwi fT lurnnhun i prmimuif a uiiirkot. THE SALT LAKE HERALD 1 Kully meat thm ncvrMty in I'tah. Sot ' organ of any priiou, irrt .ifuim loinjr lag. lutemt, it fans iruwo upon public favor n4 ttnintst n unpiivedt-utodoirrula-lioD in th tuna which b;ii rUiMfd 5inco it wm MUlIi.'h-l. by brnij in tha strictest aorta ft Krra, 1 ittlr ntlr n t , Live tml Thoroughly 1 rog re v N K WSl'A I'K K. ITS MIYIA'G AEAVS CdUled With the retrt care nd from th m on I rliMe jourves, aiAkos it v.tlu..bl to ftll IntarfUrd in the mines of I't.th ; it? AGKicri.rric.iL axp (;o7.7'.i. TKlxlUTOUlAl. .V77.7. .(,' .-.vtv: Cn b penally rWid on ; nd its ixnnnts hiu rtavovl H in th FROM Kk OK TIIK KOIKY .MOlTl JOIKMI.S. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Circulate UrviT miul i w.deiy ro.i 1 in vry Mining Cam p. ami throuhout th Otic. Towns ami attlc:un;ji of the Torri-Ktt; Torri-Ktt; i$ founj in the o:oo of evory ea:rrrri.-in ea:rrrri.-in buinas uin in l"tah; iirvul.,o on the l uion Paoirlo. Central Paoiflo ai I't.ih Con-trml Con-trml Kilrai5; haj lr suoription list .. wwt. north an.i s-nith; sr-vl u The Best Advertising Medium la the Kvky Mounla.a Where to Advertise! Where it will be Seen! Where it will be Read! In the People's Paper! T 11 K SILT LIKE HERALD. DO YOU WAX! KM FLOY MT NT H1KKP IIEl.r. MECHANICS. ' LABOKEES. : LOTS TO KENT, ; HOUSES 10 KENT. ; OFFICES TO K2NT. STOKES TO KENT. K MAKE YOUR WASTS ESQ TT.V : l. THE Salt Lake Herald. SEWIJiS MAC.ilNtS. T II I. j U l i i L .N( i-i :u -:ss : . I.'. SEWING MACHINF ! ! T . . Standard Machine' of the World ! '1 li .rrlal ( i 11 1 Ml 1 1 I r a 1 11 1 r il Id 1 tit 1 11 m ami r r ) C uti m-m li)( li liiura at ilie irllt 4 arolia IU -1 r, lirl.l il Kalrlli tail MrthiMilr.l .Oi.M MnUI HI I' f , l lurux KrMlii IiIiib fur lite a 11 l iulr I nr ill I 111 1 t r 1114- II t a, r 1 frill lilt ami lrt(r Virlrl y of work, ami II iulilt u c W (fluri lnl k 1 it It I lie tit 11 I valuable ficvthig .Tlai It I it a tttr fatuity Ue. ' I'artlr tuulr iitpltttliiK pur-eha pur-eha of Sewing Mitt Ittitra are r c-liiealeil c-liiealeil to read ttie following from tli Sew Vork Tribuiie" of Oct. lUth, IHIOI SKWIMi MACIIIM-:. Wo hiive rtvcntly hit ! ooo.iiiun t't ui;ike a"iuo iii'iiiirit'.i into the pr-rt-.j vi iiupmvtt-inent iiupmvtt-inent in the lnc.-h ti 1 m of nuwintf lu-iohint'.", .in. I wore il. t a littio iturpnM tu It-.irn that trio oriitr.il ..U-.i i-i the tir.-t i.ivciKi-n tKe Mitmio ..nil h-'I.N i;s pitoe. th'u!i nuiiiy .fieiii..H h.ivrt bf.'it m.i.tt) to ii pt.Toe.Je it. 1 tie Miilo, in f in i-1 n c u . n with the needle, n .till i!;e n e.nn ii--d t fiTiu the -niton, in the l.'rtii!irf iiiriiin.',-, and wo find tint the nwth ut triida id cuietly with the shuttle u; in inA-'liine. I no impri'vetiientJ tli;it aro tiikinfr firm h-dd 11 pr.iotie.il u.'B ure. therefore, neoe?u-nly neoe?u-nly in cminv-tion wi:n the .-'nmtle, either m the dot. nl of t iie shuttle, itsflt. nr in other pArt. of the ui.u-hme Coiiueoted with it, to o.iine t n whole to opcr.:c more perloctly aud uuiloriuly, jnd to siiupliiy its U-'f. M.uiy important ic.iins in this direction, nirt.lo since the tir-t k-ri.- it invention, are un-d-'iihtevlly einho i.fd in the "Kloren.-c" ma-ohido: ma-ohido: and we ro-oiijn end our rtM.lera to tiarotul'y inspevt ttie ' 1 lureiico'' before ma- . k.m a choice. 1 tie point peculiar to this machine are: An uuu.Mial .iMiouut of money is spent in martin tlie "i-'lorenee." thereby seouring tiie hot uijUTi.il u-teel. for instance, where others use ot-iruii 1, and the L;nest finish of uupt.rutnt pArta UQe shuttia, P-r example, beiii ru-uily rceotod u it v ines from the strtiid.ird l--',i'th of an inch ) It is constructed con-structed on the iiu ple-t soientnio principles, entirely dis pen.-ul(f with the cows, and cams, Ar.d hnki wnich so ouen -ot perversely out ot order and sorely perp'.v.x every one bui , the practiced it:aohini-t by their unaceount-ahlo unaceount-ahlo tre.iks. 1 ho "Florence" is so e.i.-ily uianaKod, and its use is so readily learned, , that an ordinary irl of ten h.m sense and uiu-cle enoUfch t- run it r eriectly. 1 ,ie lockstitch, lock-stitch, a made by the "Florence" is very regular and perteet. very stron and elastic, anvl is drawn mto the lahrio evnly, vrad-( vrad-( uallv, exactly, without jerking, and without causing the seam to pucker, or straining the thrad so to endanger i:d breaking ; con nsiueutly, vei y tine threads and ligat tubnes oau be u.-ed. liesided tin, the ' Florence" tin all but the cheapen style) al.-o makes , three additional stitches a dou'tne lock, a single kuot aui a double Itnoi which are stronger and more ei.w-tic than any other stitch, and which are m.tue by no other ma-o.Htie. ma-o.Htie. iho " I iorenco" is the only mach.ne tuat h is a reversiiMO leed, w uereoy the direction di-rection ,ot the sewing can be instantiy changed without stopping the work, thus enao.ing tae operator to .juilt or embroider ' with unusual Ueiluy, to sew backwards and esuy ;reug:hen a seam wherever desired, and. finally, by a tew repoated stitches, to tauten ends in the qun-kest and strongest way. U is the ou.y maca.no that haj ase.r- , adjusting stmt tie-thread teuion. which wcrrvs so perte.-tly that :he operator can run yros the aviet s-ams an i sa- the finest iuien and the thickest oroadc!o:h in iaime-dia:e iaime-dia:e succession withon: breaa.intf the thread and without Cii.itu-mg the need.e, stitch or tension, lne "t iorcnoe" draws tua thread uuo laeclota who uneiuaie i precision jn.4 certainty, by means ot au ingenious auto-matio auto-matio "use-up- waeel. which d-.sposes 0 the slack tnread lett a;:er tae sci:ch with an aocurate promptness that preveuusad cart-mg cart-mg or arvppmg of stuches, and allow '-e operator to sew backward, or to run off:he ciotaandou again, wr.h perrect impunity U naj an improved ciAs;io heaimer. exc.u-sive.y exc.u-sive.y i;a own. watch is maa.igea with e.we, and wu 1 ui i.se a hem of any width on any material. It not oniy make a perfect gather aaa sews u u a tana a; . r.e o( era;i, n but it aems. ana btnas. ana w .s, ad quilts, a-4 cord.s. aui t;ica.s, and gathers, asd bri-dB wr.hcut b.istirg. ch i evtil provU;oa U maae ag. nst r.yunous wear that tee -Florence is c.A.uiea az:a guaranieeu by the Co ai-paay ai-paay to ia.-;.w.ce s ior- m:a.'u: re.a-.r.ia ay o:aersaa:;,e mc:-.:ne m te market, w; hcu; :aes.;;e: a.Jic ;;;y. iivery part ottae i. orev.ee is so peruvtly azd permanent, perma-nent, t a.cu-ttM, a-a h.i so few joisw acd poi:::a oi tr;c:;cn, that 1: runs wuh the ut-mot ut-mot we. lae r.-Lle is set and ;araaeu. ra the s:.:ch U length enea saorseaou. or reversed wi;h tae ut-aos; ut-aos; e.tse. ta us;ag :ae "r o-er.ee" nei:her tae wor acr :ac c: era; r' ure,-s u aa.-.e to be sct.eu. lae " c .oreace" wuh t-ei, c.Aives to u't er-.or:-, so.,? at tae same pne " Jr ar:c'k:s:i Iae advan L.ee.-A:.:y in aiar.a:ae:ure; mr::ei:y of .va..tra,-::c ; -J 0: tv.aa.igeaieuu irieiy c; e-;.;eaes; Kevers.b'.e feed; Se;;-aev as;;-g te-sicr; A-:e.-.a;;c :a,e-u- ; t rv-.v. .-a aga.-; wear r.-r-.A-. ae.i , r ;;aea: i Lase :V"F.; :v;Tc 'v;; :-;e .IV1; -e Tx.-ieu. -etas cat "o :a a -jr e ia ai ri to be w:.:aeut a sew-i:;li,';::e. sew-i:;li,';::e. i:ne;o i ".a i; be : 1 -g eae m.iy ,e icai waerever "Iha I-bl-e' is we.cva;. TO THE LADIES Of Salt LateCuv. .ndthrouCh. outibe Territories of l tU Idaho. .Honiana and V jromlns. a; oar oa:;o. a j. osir.:-e u:? ir".orci iivecaeii:;;:;,--. :r. orier or e;:'.T ;o e.ir . a: r;:- c: d:":ree:e. In wiv- we .c'.&i- ;;:v;:ie:;:T, :;; xi- ca. no uziAir s-iv.sr.'-.ce " isea rivs". r,i.l::-s, bu: ca Lie co-irr :ey w: :o iii ; dj a ivsre:; ras some o: :-ez rt-aire is g.xd in eaii- GHAS. S, HAMMER, General Agent, 5 ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. HARDWARE. w IIAVK .II M- I I 'i I LArCE hVCICE CF COOKING STOVES Call and See them. Ai.-.i A A--. -i tji- nt iT I Iti rd ware, Aails. Iron, Horse shoes, .Tlulc Sh6es, filass, Lamps, Oils, Putty. VAc. SENSENEY&CO 2d ib,or hdow Salt Lake House, AT barratt's crystal talace. ml C. H. BASSETT, HARDWARE STORE All kinds of HEAVY HARDWARE, Irou and Steel, Stoves and fin Ware BLACKSMITH TOOLS, Agricultural Implements And kilning Tools," At Lowest Rates. OPPOSITE SALT LAKE IIOCSK 21 nnn pouktxis J.UUUlRON AND STEEL At C. II. ISassctt's. Opposite Salt Lake Honse. nli HERALD BINDERY. Booksof all kinds bound in a Good, Substantial, Substan-tial, Tasty and Workmanlike Manner. MG 0 VOIR EOOKS. CHICAGO TRADE. M. D. WELLS & CO, Manufacturers of and Vholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes, 114 1 1 16 Wabasli Ave, Chicago. M.D.Wells, H. J. Maefarland, K. .benedict, B. P. ilelntyre. VAN SCHAACK, STEVENSON & REID DRUGGISTS Dealers In FAINTS, VARNISHES, OILS, DYE STUFFS, BRUSHES, Window Glass, Glassware Patent Medicines, &c &c 90, ff-j &. Oi Lake St., cor. Dearborn With a larce experience in the Territorial trade, we ieel sure of eiving satisfaction in 1 quality, prices and packing. d3 ISillGGS HOUSE B. II. Skinner, Proprietor. Corner Wells and fin ; n r r Randolph Streets, t XI L (j A(j (J . Thi? House is centrally located, well fur-niiaea, fur-niiaea, ani contains 250 Rooms. dS DIEBOLD & KIENZLE, Sccceesore to Dtp bold, Rah maun k Co., CELK3EATED CIXCLXXAT1 FIKS AND ECEGLAK PKOOF SAFES, And Sargent's Magnetic and Automatic Bank SL, J iz: sb;. PKATT i COVEKT. General Agents j io A ashir-gton St., Chicsgo. i U. B. CLAWSOI, Supt. Z. C. M. 1 Agent for l l.h Territory. I KEITH BROTHERS, Kanoiactairers and Jobbers of j HATS, CAPS AND FURS Xd'aejy and Straw Goods, 3" iDerrboptrel CHICAGO Jl i CHASE, HANFCRD & CO., 51 Joath Water St., CHICAGO, ( Eead;ar:er? for Oils, Paints, Glass, &c, Miifio-.ireTS cf ie celebrated WILSON" OIL x A X K i3 PAGE,3KO.i CO., LEATH-R AND FINDINGS 30 Lake Street. Lake Shore Oil Works. MAXWELL, VHLtLES L CO., Engine, signal. Tallow. Lari and WOOL, OILS. rSHT'i ASTRAL, OIL. af:-J9 CA3, 8:3? AX 3 pa;.it J IF' . CHICAGO. 0;-e, SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. J. 3AUM & CO., MEN'S SOY'S CLOTHING Xii kamuuir M , ? t JrinriKO. 4 Muifiy Atw Utk. NATIVE WIS AND BRA.SD1ES n. KkLLKU A- CO., t".---t .f r'.ic. 1 V h: : '- 1. ?:r-:, in Krautltco, ... Caltlurntl. ; ADCtlxi Inc, Klddrtdo lot, Wane l Jc I r Hwrl " W 1 lie tilllrr. 4-;.: Liir C Lrj-. n'.- t. L ,itLW:n'.!'t 'fwi.'uUUAKU iilKlllt.M. " ;s! P? HOLDEN&' CO.","" FOREIGN DliV GOODS, Linens, Dress Goods, Hosiery, ic. A :y SANS0S1E T. L : i-B : T. LtaJenhall St.. E.&" w Le-ithr and Saddlery Warehouse. MAIN Si WINCHESTER, JM A -M BATTEKY STKEET, SAN FRANCISCO, Ocer 10 the trade of Salt Lake and vicinity LEA Til Kit, of all klu.L, llAH.t. CALIKOHMA SADULKS, COLL Alls, 4 llll'S, And a eer.eral asiortment of SADOURY GOODS AT hfW YORK PRICES. ii Send lor Viilaliirues and Prk-e?. .EINSTEIM EROS, & CO., j Importers and Manufacturers of 'BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY STYLE AND KIND. 11 J-, 115, and 117 Pine Street, SAN FRANCISCO. Our Jl'jmc-maJe O'ooh are unoualtj by any. Samples at Mr. (ioodliiuiTs Ollioe, I o SALT LAKE CITY. WEIL & CL7. IMPORTERS OP Cisrars and Tobacco Proprietors of the ' HAVANA CIGAR JiAN L'FACTOR'' Zlf Xi3 and 245 Front St., Southwest corner front Jt Sacramento Sts., J. ivVEUUIXU fc CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS 48 Clay St., San Francisco, DEALERS I.V OREGON PRODUCE. Are coustaotlj in receipt of Oregon llama, Bacon, Lard, tNilmon, Ac. Starch, of our wn and Kastern manufacture always on hand. j-1 BHUTAN, HOLBROOK & CO Importers and Dealers in Stoves & Ranges, SHEET .SON &TIN PLATE, Copper, Zinc, Slieet Lead, Wire, pusrps, Lead and Ii-on i po. TLWER!' GOODS, Tools and Machinery and General HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE, Embracing Plain, Japanned, Planished and Stamped Ware, I Nob. Ill A. 113 California and j ot aoi. 17 fc 19 Davis Streets. METH, SIMS & CAMPBELL BISCUIT BAKERS, And manufacturers of Soda, Boston, Bntter, Pic Nic, Sugar, ."Milk and La Grande C ACK.HRS, Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Snapps, Pilot Bread, Saloon Pilot Bread, Etc. The above Crackers are baked fresh dailv, and are of the very bet description. All material's used in their manufacture are of the best quality. Bakery 210 and 213 Mission St., and 205 Sacramento St., f$ SAN" FRANCISCO W1LMISD133 &. KELL0G3, Importers and Jobbers of Wines and Liquors, 214 & 216 FKOTT STREET, i' SAX FRANCISCO. GRAY, JONES, & CO.' DEPOT OF THE SANTA CRUZ TANNERY ! ' MANUFACTURERS OF j Otilc tolc Leather. I p! BATTERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. A. J. GllIFFITII, Dealer in )t all kiuda of PICKLED cfe SMOKED SALMON AND HERRING?, 123 V ashintou Street. I -Ail kinds of Dried, Smoked and Pickled Fish constantly on hand. j4 I J. C. HEIililLr. & CO, j GOMMiSSiGN MERCHANTS I 204 and 206 California St., San Francisco, - - California. j Particular attention raid to the Sllinir of ( oraere ior eTery deenpuon of merchandise, ; Sale of Ore., Jfcc, tc. j CASTLE BROTHERS, I X 2H X" O H.1" "n XT. 3 I I WHOLESALE GROCERS,; I 213 and 215 Front Street. c i CHENEEY, SOUTHEH Sl CO,, ! Importer? and Jobbers of ! FOKEIGS 1SD DOMESTIC j BRANDIES, WINES, ! A XL) LIQUORS, 311 Clay Street, San Francisco. . A. C, DIETZ Si CO., 0PJLI2sTS; OILS. : Varnishes and Lamps, Ns. i FRONT STRUT , fet- S Cazraia. San Fr'ancUco Ths American Submerged Ur:r5 adireasai to iha Pacific Pump Hanafact'g Co. 31S Pine St San Francisco, Cal. ' j T03 X CI2CU1AS. ia7 ; LAW COOK. HMiiES' TREATISE.' M:V EDITION OF i HAINES' TREATISE. lit . t.cd auit Lul.rrrd. I A I: : !'. ..k :.r J j-ti.-ei if i'.i.?. I . c .::,.c., C. -'.::v J v. - : . r-, C :..-:. L .t... J1 m . 10 . -f r? c 1. . A i..:.i- 1. Kcicrcii.e K r cc:. L..h:,u L?c:..:'.rtic:j l'U.-iv--.' l'i ELIJAH il. HAIXL S, (W.-i c.!-r a! Lair. I I r.:-.h ta.'.i-a. Ke i.-i-I a:;l i-.i-roTt-d, i;j.L.:.f :e..! .ni acc....::i u. u t. ...LiW v. ..e of over laijo?. ll.'Uuu iu H a I m ft. ' 'rn v. 'i' I e fcj . - a bivk well known lo every juiti.-e cf the Tcee, rrdcucinf Uwyer and j'lU-lic oi.-er I m l.:;uoi: Ai;d the N orlhwtctcru Sutei and j lerr.U'riei, ai ihe most u.-t:ul and coiuidete j work of the kind es:Anl. I It hij Utely been revised by the author, and materially in:. roved by the addition of ! much ixrurtant matter. ;vin ad iho Ute laws and 1'ublished dooiiions down to ly. Inis book has, up to thei-reseut time, reached reach-ed a larger sale than any oth er work of the kind in this country. This fact may be mentioned men-tioned a. evidence of its superior merit. Its excellence consists both in tho matter em- I j braced, and the arrangement or class ihca-j ihca-j tion of subjects. Iu the collection of matter eoutaimd in ihft W.lvL- it i. inr..n.)l ... tl .1.- 1 law and the general principles of the common com-mon law in connection therewith, which a justice of the peace, police magistrate, con-stableor con-stableor coroner will require in discharging their duties, or that a practicing lawyer will need for reference in ordinary cases, or that may be required for the information of every business man. This will entirely supersede the necessity for reference to the voluaies ol the statutes. Ihe arrangement of the work is methodical, methodi-cal, and cf the essence of its value, presenting present-ing each subject in its order aud in its proper relation with others. Tho plan of the arrangement is entirely original with the author, being the result of study and practical experience. It 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 alike plain to the common understanding as to the more advanced law- J ei . Thejustico of ihe 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 duly. The practicing lawyer will find in it, col-lccteil col-lccteil and arranged in convenient form, nil tho statute law and decisions, with reference to adjudicated enscs applicablo in ordinary practice. The businessman will find in it a complete collectionof forms required in tho transaction transac-tion of business. Students of the law will likewise find this a very valuable work for perus al and reference, refer-ence, as containing tho general principles of tho common law, clearly stated, in connection connec-tion with tho ordinary branches of juris prudence. pru-dence. The following brief reference to tho contents con-tents ol this work will afford iu some.dcgreo an idea of its peculiar merits. The book is divided in fire parts, the subject of each being be-ing methodically arranged in chapters or appropriate ap-propriate subdivisions, as follows : Part 1. Of Justices of tho Peace, election and qualification, and proceedings proceed-ings before them in civil cases. Comprised in thirteen chapters, treating : 1 Of the office of justice of the peace. 2 Ofthejnrisdictionofjusticeaof the peace. 3 Of tho different forms of action. 4 Of the commencement of suits, and the service and return of process. 5 Of tho appearance of the parties. 6 Of pleadings. 7 Of witnesses, compelling tho attendance thereof, taking depositions, and of oaths and affirmations. affirma-tions. 8 Of the trial, and incidents there to. BOf evidence. 10 Of the docket, and forms of docket entries. 11 Ofjudgment, costs, and filing transcrip t. 2 Of appeals and writ of certiorari. 13 Of execution and garnishment. Part 2. Of proceedings before Justices Jus-tices of the Peace in criminal cases. Comprised in eleven chapters, treating . 1 Of the powers ofjustices of the peace relative to the enforcement of the laws, for t he prevention and punishment of offenses, and preservation and observance of the peace. 2 Of perjons capable of committing crimes, of ac cessories, and who may be witnesses in crimi. nal cases. 3 Definitions and punishment of crimes and offen ses as prescribed by the crimi nal code. 4 Of proceedings where a criminal offense has been committed. 5 Forms of statements nrns..EU ;.. a forms of statements of offenses in warrants. 6 Of proceedings in relation to the observance and surety of the peace and good behavior. 7 Of fugitives from justice. 8 Of search warrants. 9 Of proceedings and penalties in relation to the misdemeanors of Sabbath-breaking and disturbing dis-turbing worshiping assemblies. 10 Of proceedings in case of assault and battery, and am ays. 11 Of docket entries in criminal and summary proceedings, pro-ceedings, and justice', fess in criminal cases. Part 3. Of the powers and duties of Justices of the Peace under particular statutes. Comprised in twelve chapters, treating 1 Of the acknowledgment and proof of deeds and other instruments. 2 Of attachments before justic of the peace. 3 Of bastardy, and proceeding in cases thereof. 4 Of contempt of court. 5 Of contesting elections. 6 Of coroners. 7 Ofestrays. S Of forcible entry and detain. 9 Of inclosures and fences. 10 Of landlord and tenant, and proceedings by distress for rent. I 11 Of marriages. J 12 Of trial of Ihe right of property. f Part! Of the Constat.:,. hU ri. 1 tion and quaiif cation, and the powers j and duties of Constables in both civil and criminal cases. Comprising Ve chapters, treating 1 Oftne effjee of constaie. 3 and duues of constables in procedinzs. 3 Of the laiSirj-ofcoanalles and sureties. 4 Of the powers and duties of constable, in crimi nal cass. a Offers and compensation aiiowed" to constables in bothciva and criminal cases. Part 5. Common terms for th j j 1 Aretes. ' sVpartxterOij.. ' - A:. Lir. :a,-;.: (..;.,.,.. ... : 3 i?t!-'J- 11 ;wer. f 4 An:e-n-p -Jai ar.-emts 12 Leases. j a Aa-.gments. j Xitaraliiation. , 6 of Zx: Ling, and U Powers of attorney. i " nc:. 15 Erfea.es. I 7 E-! cf salt. 16 yi ::,. S E:;i.. : la one large volume, &v pajes, law; will be s-t to any address on i , rp-. cf ST.SO with the order. ! E. U. MYERS, Publisher.! j iT TVasiirgtori Street, Chicago. i ; I Halves' Treatise can be procured: 'at JAMES DWTZP.-S Book. Store and "ew3 Depot THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON ! Farmers and Teamsters THERE ARE IYINE REASOXIS Why You Should Buy the above Wagon ' 1'IUST. Thi-y arc uiu.lo of tin? Wt m '.i'U1 Imhana Timuku, thoroiiirhiy sctiMHit'd under rover. 1 Sl'.t'O.N U, Tlu'.v arc lutijo ly f-V.pi'rifikv.1 five hilmr. 'I'll I K 1), Tlu hht.'.-I rumiiiii; ami iuo.-i dunili'o Wiis.m ill tlu Mtitkct, I t'Ol It'l'll. Their l'hiinl'.o Skeins never luettk, wliile till otliersiio. I-' ll'Tll, Mot uniform uiul lvt preiieriioin'd W'tisrou iu Market; any pin oi one will tit another, while other "makes" will not. ! MVl'll, The only Waon in which the Sl.Ol'K SllOl'l.PF.K Sl'OKK U u-yj ; heuee they have the bet Wheel, which is aetually tho foundation of the j tik'on, atul should K earefully examined hy persons hiiyiii'. K JllSTI I. They are sold only ly re.-pon.-ihle parlies ; uiul every Wacjon is warranted to cive entire saul'aetton. I llli; U'l'l I, luvaust' Teamsters w ill tell you liny aie the best Wairon, for 'all purposes, on the road. M.M'll, Last hut not least : Suulelaker liroihets are i.raelieal men, intend in-tend to their business personal!)-, and do not entrust it entirely lo Foremen, as is itenerally the ease in larne factories; heneo the superioriiy of their work over all tubers. Sold by JNO. T. GAINE, al "1IKKA1." Ol'l'lCK, Salt Lake City. NEW YORK TRADE. Pool, NazrOj Kiiuball Sl Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS 33 Warren S(M cor. Chin ch. J. H. liULGER. Now York. FELIX CAMPBELL, 79 John St, New York, Manufacturer of and Dealer iu Wrought, Cast and Galvanized IRON PIPE, AND KVEItV VAllIKTV Ul' FtlUnijsfor Strain, (.nn nml N n(t r, iihciI Ity K Djj 1 life rt, M itn nlni-1 11 ri'n. l'linubt-rs. Mfnm nml Una Kit ttra. Itullt-rn, Uttt li-r Kl lies. Si en in n ml actiiiin (iunKcn, Sitani nml tin a Kilters' Tools, Ituxiu nitil Con 1 tins A)))ai n1 lib Ini Fnc-toricM. Fnc-toricM. lioti'lit, Klc. STEaM APPAH ATU?t FOR WARMING C. A. LonRstrcet. John Sedgwick. LUNGSTREET & SEDSWIC. Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in HEN'S & SOYS' CLOTHING, 408 . 408 Broadway, !tcw Vork. dil HENDERSON,JUSTICE&Co Successors to GrilTen, Henderson Jt Co., lUrORTKRS AND JullRKRS O V FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, i en. I i-i tiy, FURNISHING GOODS. ETC., 408 600 BROAD WAV, OrpositcSt. Nicholas Hotel, a'J Now York. MEDICAL News to Housekeepers ! A barrel of Flour makes forty pounds more of Bread with SEA FOAM POWDEB. Xe time miui red for dough to raise, but bake in a hot oven as soon as mixed. SKA FOA.tl fares Et'?s, Shortening. Milk, Etc., and is a wonderful economy. TIIE SEA FOAM IS AS F.ST1RKI.T KKW I-WK.NTIO.V, WITHOUT ASV OF THE HAD QUALITIES OF VEAST Oil BAKI.VG POWDERS, POW-DERS, SOD A OK SAL If. It A T IS . GEO. F. GAXTZ i Co., Manufacturer!, m2G 1,6 Iluane .Street, N. V. SUSTAIN HOME MANUFACTURE The Best aud the Clieapf Ht I Have You Tried Theml aati-d-i'si'ioi'tk;, COMPOUND BONESET PILLS. Home-made and purely vegetable. Twenty-five centf per box Twenty-fire Pilli. Warranted to give eatiifaction. They relieve JanDdice, Dypepia, Indiges-i Indiges-i tion, Liver Complaint, Heaia'.-be, L0-3 of Appetite and Foul Stomach, wiil break np Cftlda, Fever?, Cough?, and Purify the Iilood. Iney will Ciean e the stomach. Renovate tae system, and dispel Direae- Are good in all cisee where Phyic is needed. Try a box. lou will hke them, and never want any other sort, Tney are Ionic, Cathartic and Expectorant- OPTHALMIC BALSAM, Or Eye Balm. Valuable in mo?t Diseases of the Eye. Removes Re-moves Inflammation, strengthens, theisiirht, and W eau or Drooping Li .s, and is freneraiiy nealin? and s-.renrthenicz to the s zht but causes no pain. It is ais- good for Tetter, Ringworm and Dad sores. Only Twenty-live Cents per Box. COSKLIX SALV! . A TaIu'o!e reief; for Cc:s.I!ni;e.,Wonrj i, ores, Birai. ccaldf. and for Weak or Lame iiaca, Side or Breast, and for many other Uiee. Ihese and other home-made family medi-CiTje medi-CiTje are prepared by J. E. JOHJSOI, St. George, Utah,' And tfM atZton's Co-opera-.ire Store, and bj. o-.ner aseata taroueaout the Territory ! Ai!80,d a; wnolesaie or furnished on com- I mi;-ion to rerponio.eaeent. Ifthsm-d-ietr.es are not Eepi at your EtoreE. aik j o'ur ' a-er:nar.-. to order tnem at once. CONFECTIONERS. honey Fresh Honey! Honey in the Comb JUST ltKl'KlVl.H AT TIIK CfflfECTIEEY Ml PHDVBIOI 1101 se or I.iir.y V:iII:i. ,lu:l TRAVEL. UTAH CENTRAL aiAlUJOAl). 1; ii.m LJU'.. ULXM jt..ai PIONEER LINE OF UTAH. On and after Thursday, Dec. 1, 1870. Loavo Salt I.uko City at .1 a.m. and 2:ir, p.r. Arrive at Oxden 7 a. m. uiul 4:1.') p. m. Leave Utol.-ti i.t K a. iu. and ;:;) p. m. Arrive at Salt Luko City IU a.m. and 7:.'iU p.m. Fare from Snlt Lake Clly lo Wood's Cro.g ? .70 Centrovillo $ 00 f'lirmiijKtun gl.liO Kv.yHvillo i'.ia Cgdcu 2.W Fare from Ofrdeil to Kaysvillo J1.:HJ FarmiiiKton 81. 17, Cenirevillo a.u3 Wood'a Croin 2a bait Lake City 2.ou In addition to the above AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Will run DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTKD. Leaving Ogden at r a. m. and Salt Lake City at 4:40 p. m., On which full faro will entitle the purchaser of a ticket to return on the same day and train free, and will ntop by arranging with tho conductor at any point on the line to take on or let off passengers. Pnciri will jilrnne I'urcha.e their Tlikctl at the Oflicel. Fifty Cents additional will bo charged when the fare is collected on tbe train, For all information concerning freight or passage, apply to D. O. CALDER, Ticket and Freight At' Salt Lake City. FKEI I JIOKZ J.a j tm:, SL'I'KItl.NTKNUli.NT. LIVERPOOL & QUEENSTOWN. inman'l ine Of Boyal Mall Steamer., Sailing from Str York Every Saturday, AND Alternate Tuesday. Cabin Paanage, to Liverpool, fpjld) $75.00 Steerage " (cuIj 30.00 Passage from Liverpool to New Vork Cabin, ... (rM) J75.00 Steerage, - . (CuTency) 34. OU Round Trip Tickets issued at Tery low rat JOHX G.DALE, Ani, 15 Broadway, New York, Or WILLIAM CALDER. Agent v- Sal. r't,- r-,,1. BENEDICT, HALL & CO. MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO xVos. 134 and rsa gka!I STKEET, one Bi&eLtCoT,fiw.. I NFAV YCMK '