LEGAL JAS, G. SPllATT, Attorney-at-Law, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Office Four doors south of Salt Lake House. Attorney -at-Law, OyncK Fibbt Sooth St., Fourth door east of Hooper. Eldredgo i ol5 Co.'s Bank. 2. H. Hempstead, II. Kirkpatrick HEMPSTEAD & KIRKPATRICK, Attoriieys-at-Law, Main Street, opposite Wells. Fargo & Co., SALT LAKE CITY. C. n. Hempstead, U.S. Att'y for Utah. fi2 Z. SNOW. E. D. H0GE. SNOW & HOGE, attomeyi and Cotuuelon at Lav Salt Lake City, Utah. Office at Snow's corner, 1st East Stt 9 MEDICAL. W. F.ANCERSON, M.D, H J. RICHARDS, M.D, Smm'ous and I'liysiciam, OlVu'o.. for th proont, at their respective reaidoiioei in the Kilh and 17th M'arda. gra DR. GROVES, Otttce ml South St., Suit LL.o l ily. 1 l'h rep Uiora W ent of Hovore Uouso, halt' .a blook K'Ut ol tlio KUM'htvnt Storo. Ut'r'U'l UOl'KS k'KOil i A.M . TO 5r . till t. 1. 15 10 NEDICT, SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. Oflieo at KesiUonco. roar of Seventies llall. 0. C. ORMSBY, M.D. I PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND DRUGGIST, loll BRIOHAH CITY, UTAH. I 1 HOTELS. TOWNSEND HOUSE, ; SALT LAKE CITY. T1IE LEADING HOTEL O F . U T A H . 'JAMES TOWNSEND, PROPRIETOR. I This Uouso is centrally and ileasanU lo-leated, lo-leated, well furnished, and has accommoda-I accommoda-I tions for 15 0 guests. THE PROPRIETOR is now preparing to j build large additions to his Hotel, which, i when finished, will render it the Most Complete Establishment in the ROCKY MOrmiN REGION ! i mil KEYEKE HOUSE, European Plan. Ipeices graded to suit all. ! OUR RED COACH Freeat the Depot for patrons. WHIIIEJIORE t DOCSHERTY. I a4 1 BANKERS. i l I WELLS, FARGO & CO,, i Express Forwarders, Bankers, I and DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. ' Drafts on Europe, and all theprin- cipal cities of the Cnited States. I EUR OPE AN COLLECTIONS I Promptly attended to. ; East Temple St., Salt Lake City. 1 THE0. F. TRACY, Agent. i mil EIHST MTMAL BASK DF UTAH, j (Successors to Hussey, Daliler fc Co.) 1 W abbes Hr;5EY, C. L". Dahler, ! President. ice Prest. j asthont Godbe, Cashier. Salt Lake City, Utah ; I Also connecting offices at Ogden andCorinne, J Utah, and Virginia and Heiena, Montana. Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin and Currency t Draw Exchange on Xew York, Chicago, i tit- Louis, Omaha, Denver, ban Jfrancisco, and all parts of Europe. ! Collections Promptly Attended To. mil W. H. Hoooper, H. S. Eldredge, L. S. Hills I Hooper, Eldredge & Co., ! BANKERS. j East Temple St., Salt Lake City, ; Dealers In j G-old Dust, Coin, Exchange, Land j Warrants, Etc Collections made and promptly remitted. j CORRESPONDENTS : I Biggs Co., New York ; Bank of California, San 'Francisco; First National Bunk, Chicago; Ex-I Ex-I change Bank, St. Louis ; First National Bank, Omaha ; J. S. Morgan k. Co., London. jn5 j ASSAYERS. PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE! Reid's Buildings EASTTESrPLE STREET, SALT LAKE CITT. : MOODIIILL BRO S, I 1 OF All kinds of Ore. ORES AND BULLION PURCHASED. j ni-G 1 NOTARIES PUBLIC. A. S. COULD, j NOTARY rtTi3IjIC 1 and COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS ! for j New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Pennsylva-nia, Ohio, Illinois, Nebraska, y-ominir. y-ominir. Montana. Nevada. ! California, and other : States and Ter ritories. S Mininar Deeds, Ajrreementa and Bonds for Deeds. Mortgages, rowers of Attorney. Leases, Contracts and other instruments of writing drawn with accuracy and dispatch. l ?lining Companies Incorpora ted under the Lhws of Utah. ; East Temple St., near Wells, Fargo ! & Co., Salt Lalce City. mil cTtY 1I0U0R STOBEi Keep constantly on hand. Wholesale and Retail, Choice Imported LIQUORS AND WINES, At Lowest Rates. OHOESBKCK'S BUILDINGS, Bl7 Eaat Temple) Street. SEWING MACHINES. T 11 Hi FLORENCE NOISELESS FAMILY SUNG MACHINF1 IS T11K Standard Machine of the World! The Special Committee appointed to examine and report on Sewing Mac 111 lies at t tie ortli Carolina State Fair, held at Kulclli last week awarded a Gold Medal tot"e, Florence Sewlnf Mitchlne for t lie ee and quletnesa of Itn inoveineiiis, pei'fectton and large variety of wo: k, atid Its valuable new features, ma-klifc ma-klifc It t lie most valuable Sew luff Mac 111 ne for family une. Parties contemplating the purchase pur-chase of Sewing Machines are requested re-quested to read the following from the New York "Tribune" of Oct. letb, 1870i SEWING MACHINES. Wejhave recently had occasion to make some inquiries into the progress of improvement improve-ment in the mechanism of sewing machines, and were not a little surprised to learn that the central idea in the first invention the shuttle still holds its place, though many attempts have been made to supercede it. The shuttle, in combination with the needle, is still the means used to form the stitch, in the leading machines, and we find that the growth of trade is chiefly with the shuttle-using shuttle-using machines. The improvements that are taking firm hold in practical use are. therefore, necessarily necessa-rily in connection with the shuttle, either in the detail of the shuttle itself, or in other parts of the machine connected with it, to cause tne whole to operate more perfectly and uniformly, and to simplify its use. Many important gains in this direction, made since the first great invention, are undoubtedly un-doubtedly embod.ea in the "Florence" ma-chide; ma-chide; and we recommend our readers to oarefuHy inspect the "i'lorence" belore making ma-king a choice. The points peculiar to this machine are: An unusual amount of money is spent in masing the "Florenee," thereby securing the best material (steel, for instance, where others ase cast-iron ), and the i nest finish of important parts (the shuttle, fur example, being rigidly rejected if it varies from the standard l-2.000th of an inch !) It is constructed con-structed on the simplest scientific principles, entirely dispensing with the co's, and cams, and links waich eo often get perversely out of order and sorely perplex every one but the practiced machinist by their unaccountable unaccount-able freaks. The "Florence" is so easily : managed, and its use is so readily learned, that an ordinary girl of ten has sense and muscle enough to run it perfectly. Tne lock stitch, as made by the "Florence" is very regular and perfect, very strong and elastic, and is drawn into the fabric evenly, gradually, grad-ually, exactly, without jerking, and without causing the seam to pucker, or straining the thread so as to endanger its breaking; consequently, con-sequently, veiy fine threads and light fabrics oan be used. Besides this, the '"Flerence" (in all but the cheapest styles) also makes three additional stitches a double lock, a single knot and a double knot which are stronger and more elastic than any other stitch, and which are made by no other machine. ma-chine. The "Florence" is the only machine that has a reversible leed, whereby the direction di-rection of the sewing can be instantly changed without stopping the work, thus enabling the operator to quilt or embroider with unusual facility, to sew backwards and easily strengthen a seam wherever desired, and, finally, by a few repeated stitches, to fasten ends in the quickest and strongest way. It is the only machine that has u self-adjusting self-adjusting shuttle-thread tension, which works so perfectly that the operator can run across the t.eaviest seams and sew the finest linen and the thickest broadcloth in imme diate succession without breaking the thread and without changing the needle, stitch or tension. The "Florence" draws the thread into the cloth with un equaled precision and certainty, by means of an ingenious automatic auto-matic "take-up" wheel, which disposes of the slack thread left after the stitch with an accurate promptness that prevents all snarling snarl-ing or dropping of stitches, and allows the operator to sew backward, or to run off the cloth and on again, with perfect impunity. It has an improved elastio hemmer, exclusively exclu-sively its own, which is managed with ease, and will make a hem of any width on any material. It not only makes a perfect gather and sews it to a band at one operation, but it hems, and binds, and fells, and quilts, and cords, and tucks, and gathers, and braidt without basting. Such special provision id made against injurious wear that the "Florence" "Flor-ence" is claimed and guaranteed by the Company Com-pany to last twice as long without repair as any other shuttle machine in tbe market, without the slightest diniculty. Every part of the "Florence" is so perfectly and permanently perma-nently adjusted, and it has so few joints and points of friction, that it runs with the utmost ut-most ease. The needle is set and threaded, and the stitch is lengthened, shortened, or reversed with the utmost ut-most ease. In-using the "Florence" neither tne work nor the operator's dress is liable to be soiled. The "Florence" with all these Olaims to superiority, sells at the same price as other first-class machines. These ad van tages : Liberality in manufacture; Simplicity of construction; Facility of management; Variety oftititches; Reversible feed; belf-adjusttng tension; Automatic take-up; Improved hemmer; Provision against wear; Perfect and permanent adjustment; Easy regulation of needle and stitch; Cleanliness and cheai nose; The beauty and high finish of the machine; Make the "Florence," moderately speaking, speak-ing, a machine which to be valued, needs but to be tried. No family can afford to be without a sewing sew-ing machine, and we hope that before long one may be found wherever "The Tribune is welcome. TO THE LADIES Of Salt Lake City, and throughout through-out the Territories of Utah, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, j "We extend a cordial invitation to call at our office, and examine the Florence Family Sewing ilachine, -whether de signing immediate purchase or not; it is our business and pleasure to solicit close examination and comparison. "Wc have on exhibition, in order the mor easily to explain points of difference, in which we claim superiority, the machines ma-chines of various makers, including thd Grover & Baker, Singer and "Wheeler & "Wilson. In making such comparison, compari-son, no unfair advantage will be taken of rival machines, but on the contrary they will be kept by a competent machinist ma-chinist in the best of running order, (some of them require as good an engineer engi-neer as a locomotive.) CHAS. S. HAMMER, General Agent, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. o0 WOOD WORKING. Thomas Latimer, W, n. Folsom, George H. Taylor, George Romney CHAjVGE of firm. The Planing Mill, Sash and Door Factory Fac-tory of FOIiSOM, H.OM1VET tt Co. Will hereafter de business under the firm name of LATIMER, TAILOR & CO, Q A OU Of all sizes on bnutl and made to On On order. nnflRQ Raised panel, moulded, sash UUUflO deors, large store doors, any thickness, size or kind, furnished fur-nished to order. WINDOW With stops, beads and sash, FRAMES compleu- FRAMFQ Panel frames, plain door and I HHiYI LO window frames. 2 LI N D S Stationary and rolling slatts, MOM I niWPO From lto!2 inches for mUULUIrlUO doors, base, architraves archi-traves and cornice, Fl nORINP Tongiaed and grooved and rLwliniliu square-edge on hand and worked to order. I llpJIDrD Planed out of winde, to a iU III U t II thickness, and ripped to any desired size. Planer and Circular Saws Running all the time. MINING DISTRICTS Supplied on short notice. Give us a call, or address by letter to Box 366 LATIMER, TAYLOR CO., 129 One Block west of Tabernacle CONFECTIONERS. Spring Conference, 1871. H. WALLACE, H&s a choice stock of the BEST CANDIES, ORANGES, LEIIOX'S, KITS, JFIGS, RAISIXS, POP-CORN BALLS, PICKLES, SURPRISE BOXES, TOBACCO, CIGARS. Bread, Crackers and Pies fresh every day. COAL YARDS. Wasatch Coal! COAL from the Wasatch Coal Mine, Summit Sum-mit Connt7, Utah, can be had in an7 quantity. Leave orders at the Coal Yard, U. C. R. R. Depot, orwittt tho undersigned, Main Street, Bait Lake City. ta F. A. MITCHELL. A. FARINI'S CONSERVATORY MUSIC AT SEVENTIES HALL. PROP. A. FARISI respectfully announces an-nounces that he has commenced giving Instructions on the Piano AXD Cultivation of the Voice at reasonable terms. All applications to be made at the Hall, or Mr. Daynes' Mnsie Store Office boors from 10a, n, till 4k pm. MEDICAL. Manhood l. THK Young and Rising Generation. The vegotutivo powers of life are strong, but in & few years how often tho pallid hue, the lack-lustre cyo and emaciated form, and tho impossibility of application applica-tion to mental effort, show its baneful influence. It soon becomes evident to the observor that some depressing influence influ-ence is checking tho development of tho body. Consumption is talked of, and perhaps the youth is removed from school and sent into the country. This is one of the worst movements. Ke-moved Ke-moved from ordinary diversions of the ever-changing scenes of the city, the powers of the 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! increase of appetite has grown by what it fed on; tho energies of the system are prostrated, 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 its victim. Helmbold's Extract Bucuu, 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 of the Muscular System, Often Enormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Drynessof the Skin, Paliid Countenance Coun-tenance and Eruptions on the Face, Pain in the Back, Heaviness of the Eyelids Frequently Black Spots Flying before the eyes, with Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, "Want of Attention, Great Mobility, Kestlessness, with Hor"i' 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 i records of the Insane Asylumns, and tho 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 griefbcguiled." "Whilst we regret the existence of the above diseases and symptoms, we are prepared to offer an invaluable gift of chemistry for the removal of the consequences. conse-quences. Helmbold's Highly Cox- CEXTBATED FLUID EXTRACT OF Bu- chu. There is no tonic like it." It is gn anchor of hope to the surgeon and patient, 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 ARE GENUINE UNLESS done up in steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile of my Chemical Warehouse, Ware-house, and signed H. T. HELUBOLD. SMALL FRUITS. KNOX'S 700! Plants of Knox's TOO, or Jucundu, Strawberry, (the best very large variety). va-riety). Aho GRAPE VINES, In Large Variety, CHERRY TREES, Currants, j Gooseberries, j Raspberries, Roses, Chestnut Trees, ETC., FOR SALE AT LOW PRICE.?. Knox 700, 0e. perdoi., S per 10 0 T. W. ELLER3ECK, SALT LAE CITY". mil FP.UIT AND SHADE TRt'ES. iso,ooo YOUNG SEEDLING Apple Trees Ready for Eudding md starting Young Nurseries ; with a large lot of BOX ELDER TREES For Shade. All for sale cheap in quantities, by STAI-VES &. LETSOX. f23 BURNING FLUIDS. MOKE LIGHT!' Jl Shines for All! THE DANFO.UH FLUID L) the Light for tbe People. Only 60c. per Gal. BY THE FIVE GALLONS. THE GAS-JET BURNER, Without Chimneys, is the thing THE PACK LIMPS Are the only perfectly ta'e lamp?. - AS SAFK AS CAXDLES. A NEW ARrilVAL CF LAM.'S, LANTERNS AND fLU.Q, Corner south of Valker Bros WATCHMAKERS, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS. ELIASON & KAUERBACH, 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. Worlt Executed ou moderate Term el BUILDERS. R, R, MELROSE & CO,, Carpenters and Builders. Plans with. Estimates 'furnished.! Contracts made Jobblug at- j tended to promptly. References True Sc Bros., Gould k Wood- j ward, is. W, Howland, C. cj. Hammer. Shop Bear of Pacific ITotclj East Temple Street. j m21 OX THE REICH PLACE. O M MUSEUM AND IEMGEEIEI Half a block west of President Young's ! Residence. JOELV W. YOU AG, - Prop. Native Beasta, Birds and Reptile Wolverines, Bears. Foxes, Mountain Deer, Lynx, Wild Cats, ic Important collection of N Uve Minerals; Admission. 50 cts. Children, 10 " ! Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Feeding Time, 3 p. m. Animals purchased for Food for the Wild Beasts of the Mcnayerie, J, L. BARFOOT, Manager, FUSNITUSE DEALERS, HOTEL, BOARDING AND PRIVATE PRI-VATE IIOUSKKKKI'ERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST INTER-EST TO CaLL AT H. DinWOODEY'S Furniture Rooms, EAST TEMPLE ST. Where can be purchased SOLID WALNUT Fine Kfs of Bedroom Furniture, Iiom &00 to S 1 00 " Fine I'nrlor Sets, " lOOto I'lle lit lf caxib, " 10 to 30 K. Li Tables, & to 9 " Cane Sent ntnliifrKfrnniChnlrH, oak and Walnut, &1 8 to &45 per set Wood Seat, - 150 and $3 each Do. Do. m 615 and $LS per dot ixnock down and boxed. Meat Safes - - $12 each. Sprinfj, Wool and .Straw Mattra&ses, All prices, according to quality. WALNUT LUMBER FOR SALE ! From 18 to20cts. per f.jot. at II. D'a j lUKNIIL'KE -FACTORY. , N. 6. PLANING DONE WITH DISPATCH. SAM FRANCISCO TRADE, James Spru&Dce, Joan gproance, C. C. Chapman. J J. & J. SPRUANCE. j Importers and Whole-ale Dc-siers in WISES AND LIQUORS, ji 415 PROM STUKET. dTjm G. HODGE & CO. IJIPORXEKS YVImlesal Stationers, Keep the largest stock of Stationery, Blank: Books, School Bookb, flny iuy Cards, Wrapping Wrap-ping rapers, TicineSj Pocket Cutlery , c.y (a, On tbe Pacific Coast. which they are prepared toiell ; either JorUuid or Curreucy at prices that will offer j inducements for buyers anywbere west f tho Kocky Mountains. 327, 329 & 331 SANSOME STREET, mil San Francieco. Wm. T. Reynolds & Co., Importers and Dealers in FIXE V'lXES AXD LIQUORS, Agents for Kogenbaum and C. O. D, UUiera. 4 & Bner) at., sau i'raucisco! S; ecial attention paid to Choice Goods fot Medical and iamily Uio. mil Gil AND liOTJEJL On Market, New Montgomery and Second fciretLi,-' SATS" FH.AATCIS,CO, OAXj. JOHNSON & Co., Proprietors. THE BANK of CALIFORNIA SA.V FIIA.NCISCO. D. 0. MILLS, - PKESIDENT. W. u. KALbi'ON, - (JAaUiLK. Capital JPatU t'p, - S3, OUO,0OO. DRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE LETTERS uf Credit un all the principal cities of tho ft iw ,,Vria. James Otis. W. A. Alacondray. F- W. ilacondray. MACOMDRAY & Co., SKIPPING AMD GDMlSSiQN "IHRlllAMS, m.PjRTERS OF tiHlNA AM3 JA?AH TEAS And all description? of EAST INDIA tRUUUCL'. San Francisco, o7 California . MARTIN &. Co., Importers and Jobbers of Wines a.ul Liquors 403 FROXr STREET, SAX PRAXC1SCO. a. B. HL'xr. m-3 jMHY'GRANT&CO. j Importers of American and European i Fancy and Staple DBY GOODS, YIH FKANCISCO, CAL.IFOH.XIA, Beg to call the attention oftheTradeto their large and varied stock, comprising coinpleta lines ol the following goods : SILKS, illa.ck, Colored anil Faucyi VELVETS, DRESS G0e0SF'.,5SSii:h HOSIERY, KID GLOVES, GENTS' FURNISH'G GOODS, CORSETS, WHITE G0033 j of every kind QUSLTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SKIRTi.f. 5 HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEP-ING LIKEN. iLM-VJ G Lace, Uroche, Cashmere. PITTf' M Bleached and Brown, U J I I UUJ, of all kind. COTTGHADES, K'Y JEANS, CASSIA IRES ,ic. Which they ofjer on Liberal Terms. jTOBIfJ, & CO., IMPORTERS OF AMERICAS, EXGLISII, FR.EXCH AND GERMAN FANCY GOODS, Small Wans, Focliet Cutlery, Perfumery, Yankee Xdtions, Stationery, Dress Trimmings, White Goods, 21iUinery Goods, Hosiery, Linen ECdkchfs, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc Cor. Sutter and Sansome S(s., 8 AN FRANCISCO.