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PEOPLE'S "VERDICT! Over Half a Million Sold and in Use ! 4,000 Made and Sold Per Week. . SINGER'S ! NEW BIPJIOVED SLLENT5 - -ally Sewing Machines, AUK Till) S5S:T l. THIS WOEMJ), BecaUbe all of thew are in constant use, while a very large proportion of o r makes are not used, owing to their being partially or utterly impracticable THE SINGER HiW FAMILY MACHINE Has been brought to perfection, regardless of time, labor or expense, and is now incomparably the best sewing machine ic existence. It is Simple, Compact, Durable, Beautiful, Quiet, Light -Running, atid capable of performing a rauge and variety of work never before attempted upon a single machine ; using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton thread, and sewing with equal facility the very finest and coarsest materials, or anything between the two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. The New Improved Attachments for Hemming, (any width) Braiding, Emdroidering, Magic Ruffling, Gathering, Gathering and sewing on (at the same time), Self-Sewing, Cording, Tucking, Quilting, Felling, Trimming,Bindin,etc, are novel and practicable, and have been invented and adjusted especially for this machine. Folding1 Tops and Cabinet Cases. New designs of the unique, useful and popular Folding Tops and Cabinet Cases, peculiar to the Singer Machine, in every variety of wooa, such as Black Walnut, Mahogany, Rosewood, Satinwood, and from the plainest to the most elaborate pattern and finish. The Machines themselves are plain or highly ornamented with pearl and gold to correspond with their tables or cabinets. In the Singer the work is fed or passed through the Machine in the natural direction, namely, from tlie operator, permitting her to sit in a natural and healthy position. In many other Machines the work passes from right to left, or the reverse, compelling the operator to sit in a bent and unhealthy position, and thus causing weakness of the back, etc. The Singer uses a SHORT STRAIGHT NEEDLE, which is not liable to break or miss the stitch. Many other machines use a long crooked needle which is liable to break and to miss the stitch. In the Singer Machine the Shuttle is cakkied, thus avoiding nearly all wear. It requires NO OIL, and dues not soil the thread or goods. Other machines drive their shuttles, in a race, thus causing great wear, and requiring oil, soiling the thread and goods. On the Singer, the Tension on both the upper and lower threads is absolutely abso-lutely under the ready control of the operator, thus rendering the machine always available for good sewing, which is not the case with any other. Many so-called cheap machines are really worthless, and so are many of their new peculiarities and supposed advantages. The SiAUElt is the OLDEST PRACTICAL SEWING MACHINE, Being about twenty years iu the market. Having been constantly improved by the employment of the most skilled ingenuity of the age and unlimited un-limited capital, it is now divested of all unnecessary parts and possesses All the A ery Latest Inventions and Improvements. It is the only Machine sold on Honest Claims, as all its parts are Practical and will do all that is claimed for them. Some other Machines are Greatly Complicated, to do Unless and Silly things, and thus are rendered Liable to Constant Derangement. Derange-ment. "The Singer Seldom or Never gives trouble, but is readily and easily managed by those who utterly fail on other Machines. SINGER'S NEW MANUFACTURING MACHINES Claim the same advantages over others of their class as the new Family Machines. Ma-chines. These old and well-tried Sewing Machines are applicable to all kinds of heavy and light nvxnufacturing in Clotlis, Leather, etc., and run in the most perfect and reliable manner without trouble to the operator. Without any previous advertisement, the Demand for the SINGER MACHINE is bo Great that we have been unable to retain even one Machine to exhibit. ALL SOLD, but A LARGE NUMBER ARE NOW ON THE WAY from New York, and WILL ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS ! They will consist of the Different Varieties made by the Singer Manufacturing Manufactu-ring Company, and we shall sell at Eastern Prices, with addition of Freight only. To accommodate parties who cannot pay all down, we will sell on EASY MONTHLY INSTALMENTS So that all may possess one of these Blessings. For the convenience of our Patrons we have engaged the services of a gentle man who has had twenty years experience and is one of the most skillful experts in the world in repairing and adjusting Sewing Machines. He will pat each Machine in complete and practical running order before it leaves the Institution Institu-tion and will also impart to purchasers all needful instruction, so that they can at once commence work. TV a resort to no trickery whatever to sell Sewing Machines, but ulluio their Great Merits to recommend tlv.ra. We can do this, as the demand for them is so great that although the Singer Company make more than all other first-class companies combined, they cannot nearly fill their orders, and are compelled to still extend their Gigantic Works. Having been so fortunate as to secure the GENERAL CENTRAL AGENCY For this Territory, we extend a cordial invitation to all to come and sec these Machines, whether they wish to buy or not. See all ollis.rs, but do not bug without you examine the Singer I We Guarantee livery 3I;ieIiine We Sell To give Entire Satisfaction. THE SINGER BUTTOfBIOLE MACHINE Is the only Practical one in the World. Other Sewing Machines Repaired on Reasonable Terms. MAO JUNES FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE DEPAETHENT, i One Door South of the Ding Store,) ZION'S CO-OPEilATiVE MERCANTILE INSTITUTION. II. It. L'LAWSON. SiiX. THE FLOIIlffili xois:less FAMILY SEWING MACHINE IS T1IK Standard Machine of the World! The Special Committee appointed to examine and report on Sewing Machines nt Hie North Carolina State Fair, Held at Raleigh last week, awarded a Gold Medal to t e Florence Sewing Machine for t lie ease and quietness of its movements, perfect ion and large variety of work, and its valuable new features, making ma-king it the most valuable Sewing Machine for family use. Parties contemplating the purchase pur-chase of Sewing Machines are requested re-quested to read the following from the New York "Tribune'' of Oct. 10th. 1870 : SEWIXG MACHINES. We have recently had occasion to nmko some inquiries into the prepress of improTe-ment improTe-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 it pi act, 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 ehietly with the 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 the whole to operate more perfectly and uniformly, and to simplify its i usp- Miny important gains in this direction, ! made since the first great, invention, are undoubtedly un-doubtedly embodied iu the "Florence" ma-chide ma-chide : and we recommend our readers to careful'y inspect the "Florence" before making ma-king a choice. The points peculiar tu this much ino are : An unusual amount of money is spent in match)? the "Florence,"' thereby securing the best material steel, for instance, where others use cast-iron , and the fiue.-t finish of important parts the shuttle, f'T exaninlc. being rigidly rejected if it varies from 'the standard l-2(ith of an inch!' It i constructed con-structed on the si m pic-1 sci en t i tic principle-, entirely dispensing with the cm;-, and cum-, and link? wtiicu s ofieu get perversely out of order and sorely per pi ex every one but the practiced machinist by their unaccountable unaccount-able freaks. The "Florence" ii .-u eisily managed, and its use is so readily learned, that an ordinary girl of ten ha- .-ense and muscle enough to run it perfectly. The lock stitch, as made by the "Florence" is very re-'ularani perfect, very strong ard clafti and is drawn into the fabric evenly, gradually, grad-ually, exacily, without jerking, and without cau.-ing the .-cam to pucker, or straining the thread so as to endanger it- broking; consequently, con-sequently, veiy fine ihrcids and light fabric? cau bo u?eJ. Besides tin-, tlie ' Florence" 'in al! but the cheapen styl's) n!-o makes three additional suu-hc- a double b" k, a single knot and a double knot whi.h are stronger nd more ela-tic than anv other stitch, and which are made by no other machine. ma-chine. The "Florence" i.- the only machine that h is a rever.-iblc teed, whereby the direction di-rection of the eewing can bo inunily changed without flopping the work. thu enabling the operator to quilt or embroider with unusual facility, to sew backwards and easily strengthen a scam wherever dc-ired, and, finally, by a few repeated stit"hcJ. to fasten ends in the lui-kc-t and etronge-t way. It is the only machine that had jcelf-adjusting jcelf-adjusting shuttle-thread tension, which works so perfectly that the operator can run across the heaviest pen in and sew the finest linen and the thickc-t broadcloth in immediate imme-diate succe-sion without breaking the thread and without changing the needle, stitch or tendon. Tho "Florence" draws the thread into the cloth with nnoo.uale j precision and certainty, by mean of an ingenious automatic auto-matic "tako-up" wheel, which di-poo of the slack thread left alter the stitch with an accurate promptnc-- that prevents all snarling snarl-ing or dropping of 5titLlus, ami allows the operator to sew backward, or to run off the cloth and on ngnin. with perfect impunity, it has an improved elastic liemmcr. exclusively exclu-sively in own, which managed with ca-e, and will make a hem of any width on any material. It not only makes a perfect gat her and sews it to a band nt one operation, but it hems, nnd binls, and fells, and quilt-, and cords, und tucks, and gathers, and braid-without braid-without baning. Much special provision made again t injurious wear tlntt tho "Florence" "Flor-ence" is claimed and guaranteed by thoCorn-pany thoCorn-pany to last twire n long without repair n any other shuttle machine in tho market without the slightest ditliculty. F.very part of the "Florence" i- so perfectly nnd permanently perma-nently oduiMed, and it haa so few joints und poinu of friction, that it runs wit h tho utmost, ut-most, ease. Tho nerd Id is set nnd threaded, nnd tho Btitili id lengthened, shortened, or revetved with the m-mo-t ease. In uMng tho "Florence" neither the work nor the operator's dres i. liable to be soiled. The "Florence" with all these claims to superiority, Polls at tho fame- price as other first-class machines. These advantage? advan-tage? ; Liberality in manufacture; Simplicity of construction; Kaciliiy of management; Variety of .Slilcliesj Kevcrsiblo feed; Solf-adjuxting ten-ion: Automatic tako-up; Improved heuiiner; Provision tigain-t wear; Perfect and pcriiumonl ad hint incut ; hasy regulation of needle and flitch: (deanlincs- and elieaj ncx; I he beauty nnd limli tini-h of the machine; . Make the "t lorein o." moderately speaking, speak-ing, a machine which to be valued, weeds but to be tried. t No family can alford to be without n sowing sow-ing tuaeh mr, and we hope th:t forlorn long I one may be. ImiikI wherever "The Tribune" is welcome. TO THE LADIES Of Suit I.i.k, ll), mill III run k-oiil k-oiil I lie Tu -rlifu-h-M of I Inli, lilitlin, jMuiituiia nml W j mill tin, ex L. .in I u ciirdiiil invitation tu cull ul our olliuu, uihI fMimino tho J'loroin e Family Sowing jMachinu, whether designing de-signing immediate purchase, in- nut; i, is our busino- und plea-inn lo solicit close cxiimiimliiin urnl lamipurisun. Vu lmvo on exhibition, in order tho ninn. ciisily to explain point..; f d i llen-noi', j which wo claim superiority. Ihn machines ma-chines of various maker, iiieludiiiK the (jroviT A: JiiiltiT, SiiiKoi' ninl Wheeler A; Wilson. Jn limkini; sueh comparison, compari-son, no unfuir advantage will he tiikon of rival machine-, hut on the contrary they will bo kept hy ii coiiiii:li nl nm-chini.-t in the hust ul' riinninir nnler, (Home of thuiit ri-' u i n n -i inn.il mi engineer engi-neer h.s u loiii.iiinl iyi l CHAS. S. HAMMER, ( ue i ii I Ak ul. K 1,1' I, , K-dlTY. I TA II. Z. C. M. I. ClothingDepartm't FRESH ARRIVALS Of New Goods in Fall and WINTER SUITS! OVKKCOATS, CAPES, TALMAS Military Clothing:, A:c. AIpo h Full Variety of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS (Jems', Ladies' and Hoys' BOOTS 6c SHOES (icnis' Vouihs' and Boys' HATS and CAPS. TH!TNKS in nil jtylw and qualities. Vamskm ami Cahpkt Sacks. Carpets,Matting, Floor Cloths Wall Paper and Perorations, Alwaya on liund nml fur wnln hy tho yard, a 1nrc Mnck of Fi rm Ii nml K, ngl lull CftNKtmn-ftn, Dnrnkt itN, Henvci'H, Home .llmlr Tvrt'tu, A.v.. SUITS MADE TO ORDER ! (Ifntknipu'd I'lotliinir. or M 11 itiirv 8nitf, nui'lo tu nnlcr iti 1 ho NpwfMi Sty In nl Vnnhion n iho fihurh'H iioliro. Ki rjt-oliif n Kil nnd Work inn mm hip (Jiuirnnh'Oil. MILITARY TRIMMINGS IN UIIKAT YAIUDTV. H. I!. CI,AWKON, Suit. COAL ! COAL ! 1 1 'A Ii ill nny ilr-il wl iiliilltilv, I'nr nlr ill v I Ii n I DjihjI, nr ilH i vrri'il in nut I'i'fl "I II in-. "nli'm i'iiii hi.ft , . I Mii.l 'n-ii.rrilHvi Ol ilu "' " Kirk!,""'!'-, t.i' l" I Null Lulu- Hull r, (ii-oikii.. cnimiinw. I TRUCKEE AND SALT LAKE juierlari One l!lock Soulli of U. C, PASSENGER DEPOT. Lumber! Of all widths and lengths. Utah Common s:W.5U per M Truckee " rough.... 40.00 " Truckee 2d clear, " 50.00 " Truckee 1st " " .... 60.00 " TRUCKEE SHINGLES j4.5o per M. A No. 1 Sawed, $3.50 per M. Ii A T II S, A No. 1, clear sugar pine i,xl I inch) Four feet length.', $7.ii per M. SIKKKA VAMiEY. Sugar l'ine, t'le;ir Sea.-uneJ MOULDINGS Toiigued V rovel FLOORING, CEILING. SIDING, COUNT Kit TOPS KXTltA WIPK, Rustic and Moulded Battens, V., Xc, vVc, DOORS, DOORS, it., i iV n. 2 s.. With tuul without Kuriwood l'lineL. Sash Doors, (Single and Doul!c) PRIMED, GLAZED &.UMGLAZED. All sizes cnnslaiilly on luuid. Kxiir sizes iiindo promptly to order. D, W, PARKHURST, I'ropriotor. wantuo: Barley, Flour, Butter & Eggs, III hum' ,iuiiililii' ., DUN FORD & SOWS IMPORTERS AND JORRKP.S IN Boots, ShoesiHats At the .sign of the MAMMOTH SHOE AND HAT STORE I5A.ST TEMPLE STltEKT. GRAIN WANTED! Zion'sCooperative Mercantile Institution TO CITV AND COUNTHV GO-OPERATIVE STOHES And the Tiside generally. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS! EAGLE EMPORIUM, (Up Stairs.) WINTER- GOODS! Long1 Shawls, Nubias, eiosiery, inarlc Shawls, Slootls, cloves, Children's Shawls, Scarfs, Flannels, lUankcis. Counterpanes, Jeans, Cassimeres, Linseys, DOMES SC GOODS IN FULL SUPPLY AS USUAL ISoots Shoes, Kubbers & Arctics, Men's, Boys and Children's flats. II E T A 1 I. Dry Goods Department. This Department is in regular receipt of NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, Aotions, Fancy Trimmings, Ace. A larce invoice of WINTER SHAWLS," BREAKFAST SHAWLS, SCARFS, ARABS, &c. New an,! Fashionable Styles not; on exhibition. Repellants, for Ladies Winter Suits, CLOAKS; IT? US. Single, in Setts, or maJe to order at low prices. Full stevk of CARPETS, DAMASKS, RUGS, TABLE CLOTHS, &C, &G. In great variety. ,H. B. Clawson, Supt. PIONEER STEAM WOOD WORKING COMPANY. W. II. FouiOM, " Tuns. I.ATlMFa. Uko. IIomnev, O H. Taylor. FOLSOM, ROINEY k CO., (South Tomplo Street, ono block west of the Tabernacle,) Haying mMeil lo iheir alreailv cxiensivo tock of Machinciy, are now pre'irei to furnish all nrtielos in their line, a first class article, at preit'y reduced rites, from tho best luiuber pivduecd in our own mountain homo. We have a complete set of fc'ash an.l lVwr Iaohincry, by which c a fill larse or small orders with creat dispatch. SASSM ANB SPOOKS We publish a list of sizes of Poors and Windows which are always kepi on hand. Lip or cheek rail sash and all kinds and sizes of doors made to order: Sash Sizes. Poor Sites. ! SxlO windows, -J ft 4 in'x ;! ft .i in ' ft ti in bv f t i io !i lOxli " 101 x4 o 2 S " i ioxi4 " 2 in x io " 6 u1 10xlt " -J 10 x 10 S foot " TtVvt. IUiimU, iiaiiK and ?IIiilliii. Kolling and Stationary Slat Blinds made to order to fill all kinds of ejvn irnis. Poor and W indow 1'iHines, plain and panneled. Having one el' Ksy f .splendid No I liioulditii; machines we can furnish every variety of Mouloints VOOD TV 1!N 1 NC. We have a No. I Tuiniin; Lathe, and have enta.ted Fred- l'lnsur. ill best turiwr in tho Territory, and will liivni-h turniuc ol nil descriptions, inc.u-dine inc.u-dine wheel beads, chairs, bed.-lcads, and all kinds of wood luinini: t low n" i.vniN'r nii'uovKD maciumiuv Uur iiKu bincry is tho very best that could be purchased in the !'" cV,' sistiin: of a N o. 1 l'laner and latchor, lor siu laoin.-T lumber and lonituiiit flinovin;; llooriii);; a Panicls Flancr, for planiiii; lumber out of wind; l''"l'n ini! Machine: a heavy power .Moitisini; Machine; machines lor rabbi'1''1' plowing, makiiiif sash, doors, blinds and mouldiius. As a ;reat vaiiely of work can be done on lhco machines, ii i' 1,4 ' Kreat advantage eonliaelinir and buildim;. II. rOI.MMI iuioml,, t tl,0 ImildiiK .lopainnem. and heiai experienced invbileel, and bavin,; on band all iho latesl aivbiteelural e:k ',' orepaied Io make plans, specilicalions, dclails, and eonliael tor bmldiiu" ol kinds. The old linn of l.ATi.Vnt ,1' Y 1.0 it bac ,-haico oftrto n--.1" ilepai'lmriit and in eonneel ion wil b I bo above maebineiy inn a set of cm"1-' saws, and ni-o pi-epaic.l lo tip b.vn.ls, plank, pietets. toi'ieo i.uN. strips ,j All who intend lo be:inlil. inipiovo and build up, and want cV-l'"" y woi k, call on ( ii'. Polsom, Roumoy cfc Co.