SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. Win. T. Reynold St Jo.,! PlXE WiXES AXD LIQUORS, - Affanta for Roii-nhinm an 4 CO. TJ Ulliat. 4-6 A -' tt:-rj he, ex. Jr. uci-a! VeUi.tU Aiii jjuw j uim. Bill E. MARTIN & Co., AViiH-s ;inl liquor i'A Yl.hr, t Pr.'.EKT. 1 a x I'll .it mo. H. ULsr. a.-. MURPHY.GRANT&CO.; fc Fauiry mid Staple DRY GOODS, CALIKOHMA, Df t ri l ' !. i" rfi i n r t :i Tf4 to their liUM Ilia iMi nl g SILKS VELVETS, dress G02DS,v".".'o'":,:::hJ HOSIERY, ! KID GLOVES, : GENTS' FURNISH'G GOODS. CORSETS, WHITE GOODS, ..... QUILTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, '."av:: SHIRTINC h HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEP-ING LINEN. SHAWLS,,'c,,"ro,l.t"ha"r" PflTTfi WO lllcii htil mi Brown, bUi luro, oi .ii kiM.i.. COTTONADES. K'Y JEANS, CASSIMERES , . FLANNELS," "uU".A BLANKETS, Which th-y offrr on lil-ral Term: J ARMES & DALLAM, Imorter!t, Jubberi and MAM" FACT I' II hi 11 8 OF Wood-WillowWare nutoM! l1 n. Trn-i, curuN. nifsii IS M..-Ih IS 'HUMS t Olt 1 A K, MA li HIS s r A I'h i.N I K V I'AI'i.lt ll.Vlis l I HI II I . tt IKSlib KS. I'i a riu u iii n:iis iimi- l.Mi T.l K l.r. I I n ri.vs AMI I1AI.I. I IV., A N il I. I.M.KAL House l'liniisli'mj; Moods. DIIM'CT TMlN'irri llS l 'K I! SK ETS FKOM tKAIUMI (il l, MAN ANII KKI..NCH MAM l .K ll Ul.KS. iiitsra ior thi bii.i or S. F. reivuKi.'n M.it.-U C.'in I'Aiiy 'i M.ttche, Aiueru'.ui .V'l uiwl I wuio Cuil, 's 1 wlutfi, llo,l. .n tml Mil.. I'niiK'S, J. i'. tVncy x im I'm) ' r'uhmj T lokl e, Holln.i:-w,Ttn A niuiiy'i I'.ii'or Hhki. KliO'iuu' luinv.-,l Cu'ilu" minora. C. K. iiriwul,l .vC"inpiny'. rVuher I'usterB F, MoLaiutmu's liruslitu. Our l. ''k is Iho UriLl on the Pacific Coa.it, atnl our liu'llitus UT uiniul hictunu s aiul imi-oiluitf eu.iblo ua lo cell at lowoat utarkel itu'o. .Si:NU FOK CATALOGUE. 2I5&2I7 Sacramento St, San Fran. n MTUMU CAMPBELL BISCUIT BAKERS, And Lu..nut";uturers of Soda, Boston, Mutter. Pic Mr, Sugar, Milk ami LsUiaiulo ciiac xr- m , Jonnv Lirul Cakes, (linor Snappy, rilot lroHit, Saloon Pilot Broad, Etc. Th atv. OmoV.it n Liktsl frtfeh duly, fced r il ih v,tv K-i iU"cnpt'u. All uipnals used in thir ui(muWlurt rv ot llif Ivat quality. Uakcry MlO mj H'4 MUlon St., ami Mcrtiucnio t fj! SAX FRANCISCO J&edm ?jniaacN, Jv-hu 5iruuc, C. C. Chapman. J. & J. SPRUANCE, . WINES AND LIQUORS, H U FRONT STBKKT. BRITTAN, HCLBROOK & CO I'xvor'.ers and PeAlexsin Stoves cZ Hanges, SHEET IRGN &TIS PLATE,' Coppr, Zinc. Shtt Ld, Wire, j r v m rs, IjoucI ouct lion Xijao. I TIX.M'illS ;otii, I ToolA ar.d Mchu.ry acd .inraJ - j HOUSE FUHNISHtNC H 4R3WARE, Kmbraciui; riaiti. J ai ativovI. Planished and rod N aro, Koi. Ill Callt'ornli and 06 DW 11 lt UavU tret- GUAM) HOTEL Oa Market. Now Mor.tiouiery ni SAJW FKAXCISCO, O-A-I. J0UN50" & Co., Pkopriistvss. a THE BANK cf CALIFORNIA SAX FRAXCJSOO. p. 0. MILt-S. rKKJIPVXT. . , W. 0. KALilOX. CA'JliK. Capital Patd Vp. - ' S3, 000. 000. DRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE LETTERS of Credit on ill the rriTx-ijMi c-.r.es of tie ft - - - w -la. WilMSC333 XELLSS3, Iprtcrs asd Jobber? cf Wines and Liquors, 214 & 216 FK0"T STKEET, j-; SAX FRAXC1SCO. JNO. G. HODGE &C0., DIFOKTEKS mi Wholesale Stationers, Keep tke lartsi stock of ( Stationery. Blank Book. School Uok8, Jlay lnt; Cards, "Wrap- ! plug Papers, Ticines, Pocket Cutlery, dx.s dct : On tha Pacilc Coast. which th-y ar jpared to sell either for Gold or Currency at prices tnit will oif indacemenu for buyers anywhere west f the ; Becky Mountains. j 327, 329 & 331 SA"S0ME STREET, ! mil aa Tnacitco. ' ! LUMBER YARD. 1 SALT LAKE i i And Truckee ILUMBERYARD i I i i - - i GREAT npniiPTinm j A Urg. Snxk of Windows, 12, 8 tnl 4 LigbU. Sash andSashDoqrs I'RIMED AND GLAZED. VENETIAN BLINDS. Oregon, Sugar lne and Rcdicood FI.OOKIKC, CKILING, SIDIIVC., IIUSTIC. Ixedtcood Orncuntntal and Sugar Pine PICKETS Dressed, Clear, Seasoned. i Etdxcood and Sugar ffne Architrave, Base, Crown, Bed, ; Panel, Wainscort-Cap! MOULDINGS; . ' - Sugar Pint Xj j. t h. , SBLVKES. Sugar Pine and Eedicood jSHINGLES J Contracts made for i BATTERY AND I MINING TIMBERS i - ! , Keduced Kates, j D W . ! P o 1 Z. C. M. I. COLUMN. 2i Oi iLi til i Wholesale DRY GOODS'DEPT i STAPLE DRY GOODS, ! AOTIOAS, .BOOTS and SHOES, i AT L.U W I'lllCtS. I Wholesale Lajer" aJ Co-opcrativ Di-alurs i !oac inspect. I i ' Retail Departm'nt, EMPORIUM BUILDINGS, I THE FINEST DISPLAY ASSORTMENT OF GOODS. ! i i WE CUT IN ANY LENGTHS AT A1 SMALL ADVANCE ON WHOLESALE. j i This is the Department for Families. ! CLOTHING DEPT.! HOIHE-MADE : AND i I SX TP OETEd) MANUFACTURED FROM j i Home-made:, FRENCH, GERMAN, ' ' ' ENGLISH and AMERICAN FABRICS Fine Cassimeres, and Cloths ' " : Trimmings On hand, for Gentlemen ordering their own. 4j- FIRST-CLASS FITTERS AND WORKHKN TO FILL ALL-, ORDERS PROMPTLY. GROCERY! HARDWARE DEPARTMENT, I ! CONSTITUTION BUILDINGS, I Purchasers can here find iAn Immense Stock " and in iach branch AGREATVWETY.'' IMPLEMENTS, TCCLS AND MACHINERY ALL ON THE PREMISES. Miners Snpplics a Specialty DRUGr DEPT. Fancy and Staple Drugs. PATEZVT MEDICIES3 LIQUORS IN GREAT VARIETY ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER, ATERILL PAINT WHITE LEAD, OILS, COLORS GLASS. ETC. Prescriptions from Physicians have special attention. H. E. CLA.TVSO.A, Supt. LUMBER YARDS. LUMBERYARD I have opened a new Lumber Yard in the U. C. DEPOT BLOCK, North side the Passenper Depot, inside the enclosure for the present- ALL KINDS of LTJMBER THOS. R. JONES. Barron & Co.'s LUMBER YARD Comer of First Soxitli RTid Third West Streets, one Blork South of Railroart Depot, at tlie end of Track, Suit Lake City, Have constantly oa hand all descriptions of Utah, Truckee and California Kedwood- LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH AND PICKETS. .... ALSOA TCLL ASSOBTMKST OF DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AXD "MOULDIXGS. I Special Orders from dumber I Dealers and Builder filled on short ; notice. . The public are invited to call ; and a fair j portion, of patronage respectfully solicited, !. a22 BARRON &. CO. i BUILDERS. i I SHELDON 86 CO., Architects and Builders, ! FIRST EAST STREET, ' One and a-Unlf blocks south of tlie j Tbtalre. alo j R. R. MELROSE & CO,, Carpenters and Builders, ' Frame Buildings delivered and put up in any of the : Mining Camps adjacent to Salt Lake City. ; - Shops in Commercial Street. :a-:..S i , CONFECTIONERY. Just lteceired, H. WALLACE'S, AcboTcilotcf HAM A-VD EGGS IS C1XS, COXDEXSED MU.K. EXGLISH PICKLES, OTSTKBS, FIGS, DATES, LATER. RAISIXS, XAPLE SUGAJl, 1 ORAXGES AXD LJIOSS, AiSO . CCTTIXCS CELEBRATED PIE FRCITS A-N D JELLIES. 0 CHICAGO TRADE. ! . i "VANSCHAACE, STEVENSON & REID j W1IOLE.XALE DIUJGGLSTS Ocalen im I PAINTS, VARNISHES, OILS, DYE STIFFS. ESUSHIS, Whdow Glass, Glassware ! Patent Medicine, c. etc WO, A 9ft Lake St., cor. Dearborn f z: a m -k r r . W i'.h A Urre exierWa io (fc e Territi-r; il tmje. led 6u.-e t! eili-lj.':ivD u I FIRE BRICK, ' ENGLISH AND AMEIUCAX. ROBINSON & SON, ! 215 Eat Madison Street, Chicago, III. , B- II. Skinner. Proprietor. I Corner Well and riTfPApn I Haudulptt Mrctd, Lil.IL'AVJV. Thijtliue i centrallv located, well fwr- DIEBOLD & KIENZLE, J gLicoexiiorB to PteboM, BaiitaatiQ k Co., i CELEBRATED CINCIXXATI I HRE AXD BURGLAR PROOF i A F B3 S, And Saryent's Maeneti.' and Automatic ! I; a iii ET . 2 CO JS PKZm PRATT & COVERT. General Agents Sti Washington tit., Chicuo. II. B. CLAWSOX, Suit. Z. C. M. I.. Agent for L'tan. Territory. KEITH BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Jobbers of HATS, CAPS AND FURS iliUinery and Straw Goods, 68 7 0 Vaban Ate, PITTP fl f1 fl 34 Dearborn Place, UlliUiiUU J' CHASE, HANFORD & CO., 51 South Water St., CHICAGO, Headquarters for Oils, Paints, Glass, &c, Manufacturers of the celebrated WILSON OIL TANK. d!3 I'ACiU, DKO.& CO., Importers and Dealers in LEATHER AND FINDINGS SO Lake Street, CHICAGO, ILL o-5 - Lake Shore Oil Works. MAXWELL, WHEELER & CD., Manufacturers of Engine, Siprinl, Tallow, Lard and WOOL OILS. Dealers in Headlight Carbon, "Whale Elephant, Seal and Sperm Oils, Agents for the sale of PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL. Agents of the West Virginia Oil and Oil Land KjLXOTACTU&EBS op EXCELSIOR CAR, ROD? ANJ IRON PAINT For Tin and Shingle Roofs, Bridge Timbers, Ac. Factory, CHICAGO. Office, 393 Jc 3yy Illinois tit., 10S S. Water Street, - dl4 M. D. WELLS & CO., Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in Boots and. Shoes, 114 et 116 Wabash in,raics M.D. Wells, H. J. MarfatlaLd. R. Benedicr. P. P. M eTntv. NEV YORK TRADE. News to Housekeepers ! A barrel of Flour makes forty pounds more of Bread with , . SEA FOAM POWBEB. - Se time required for dough to raise, butbake in a hot oven as son as mixed. - SEA FOAM saves Fggs, Shortening, Milk, Eta., and is a wonderful economy. THR SEA FOI IS AN ENTIRELY ftEW I.WEN'TIOV, WITHOUT AM' OF TliE BAD Q,L"AL.I I1KS OF YKAST OR BAKUNG POW-DEW6, POW-DEW6, &GDA tK SALIlRATU - GEO. F.GA5T2 & Co., Manufacturers, m26 lc Duane Street, N. Y. C. A. Longstreet, John fcedgwick. LOnG STREET & SEDSWiCK Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in KEN'S & SOYS' CLOTHING, ; 466 4b 468 Broadwa j-, S ew Tork. FELIX CAMPBELL, 79 John St, New YoTk, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Wrought, Cast and Galvanized Aud every variety of jittings for the same. . mil HENDERSON, JUSTICE & Co Successors to Griffen, Henderson & Co., IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS OF FAOT GOOES, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS. EIO, . ; . 498 A. 500 BROADWAT, Orroite Su Nicholas Hotel, New YoTk. Pool, Nazro. Kimball & Co,, WHOLESALE GROCERS 35 Warren St., cor. Church, J. H. EULGZR- Kow York. t AXD 1ENAGEBIE. j One bloci of President loaij'i 1 B3iience. UOHXMMOOG, - Fiop. t i ' ' I Xatlve Beasts, Birds and B.eptliei I WolTer-ie:, Eeir?. Fcie?, Mountain Deer, j Lrnx. Wild Cats, c- ( Importaxt coLection of Sari-re ICinerals; Admission, 50 cts. Children, 10 u Open every i&y except 5aada7, from & a.. to 5 p.ra Feeding Time, 3 p. m. Animus pvrchatci fzT Food for tin Wi!d Blasts of the Jilenagerie. Prof. J. L. BAKFOOT, Manager UW BOOK. MNEFTREATi$E, Just PublisieJ. bj E. E. MTEKS. Cii.-do, .NEW EDITION OK HAINES' TREATISE.! I Revised and Enlarged. j I An Ir i:n ec:b!e Book f.rJuue3 of ihe PfAf. l- Va.ijirM'.ri. L'Ui:ty JiiJfcf.-. tfr..y. A.a.uatJ.o i-oa t KelcfrDce K'r try Li cr. ai;d ixsclu. Kr every iiusiuos.- By ELIJAH X. HAIXS tW-i ci'tr at Xvjic. Fifth EJition. Revised and improved, I fou:HJii;g tue idws and decisions uoa io ' :n j.T(r--fUt time. Ci'ini'lete in one eir.dul j i Is a book wall known to every justice cf the 1 peace, practicing lawyer and public officer ! in mint-is and the Northwestern States and Territories, ai the moat useful and complete work of the kind extant. It had lately been revised by the author, and materially improved by the addition ol much important matter, giving a!l the lute laws and published decisions down to 1o9 Tins book htia, up to the present time, reached reach-ed a hirser sale than aoy other work of the kind in this country. This fact may be mentioned men-tioned as evidence of its superior merit. lis excellence consists both in the matter embraced, em-braced, aud the arrangement or classification classifica-tion of fubjecu. I In the collection of matter eontaiuid in ' the wo, k it is iuteoded to give all the statute ! law and the general principles of the cum-mo cum-mo a law in coaueetion therewith, which a justice of the peace, polio magistrate, constable con-stable or coroner will require ia d.schargi ng their duties, or that a practicing lawyer will need for reference in ordinary cases, or thai may be required for the information of every busine.-s man. This will entirely supersede the necessity for reference to the volumes ol the statutes. " 'i he arrangement of the work is methodical, methodi-cal, and r.( the essence of its value, presenting present-ing each subject in its order aud in it proper relation with others. The 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 ana simplicity of stylo wbih renders ren-ders the whole ali-e plain to the common understanding as to the more advanced lawyer. law-yer. The justice 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 find in it, collected col-lected and arrange J in convenient forx., all the statute law and decisions, with reference to adjudicated cisea applicable in ordinary practice. The business man will find in it a complete collection of forms required in the transaction transac-tion of business. StudeuU 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 the ordinary branches of jurisprudence. jurispru-dence. The following brief reference to the contents con-tents ol this work willafford iu some degree an idea of its peculiar merits. The book is divided in fivepuru. th subject of each being be-ing methodically arranged in chapters or appropriate ap-propriate subdivisions, as follows : Part 1. Of Justices of the Peace, election and qualification, and proceedings proceed-ings before them in civil cases. Comprised in thirteen chapters, treaUug : 1 Of the office of justice of the peace. 2 Of thejnrisdiction of justices of the peace. 3 Of the different forms of action. i Of the commencement of suits, and the service md return of process. ' 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. 0Of evidence. ' 10 Of the docket, and forms of docket entries. U Of judgment, costa, and filing transcr.p t. 22 Of appeals and writ of certiorari. 13 Of execution and RarnishmonL Paet 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 the 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 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 tftatements of offenses in warrants. 6 Of proceedings in relation totheobserv nee and surety of the peace and good behavior. 7 Of fugitives from justice. 8 Ofeearch 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 affiays. 11 Of docket entries in criminal and summary pro ceedings, and justice's fess in criminal cases. . Part 3. Of the powers and duties of Justices of the Peace under particular otatutts. Comprised in twelve chapters, treating 1 Of the acknowledgment and proof of deeds and other instruments. 2 Of attachments before justices of the peace. 3 Of bastardy, and proceeding in cases thereot 4 Of contempt of court. 5 Of contesting elections. 6 Of coroners. 7 Of estrav s. 8 Of forcible entry and detain. 9 Of inclosu-es and fences. 10 Of landlord and tenant, and proceedings by distress for rent. 11 Of marria'is. 12 Of trial of the right of property. Pabt 4. Of the Constable, his election elec-tion and qualification, and the powers and duties of Constables ia both civil and criminal cases. C-mprii2g five chapters, treaiing 1 Of; be office of cons: a tie. . . 2 Powers and duties of constables in proceedings. 3 Of the liability of constables and sureties. 4 Of the powers and duties of constables in crimi nal ca-s. 6 Offers and compensation allowed to constables in both civil and criminal cases. Paet 5. Common forms for in transaction of business. , ' 1 Apprentices. 9 Co-fairrnership. 2 Arbitration ardsrwarirlO Octree r azures. 8 Agreements. 11 Tjwr. 4 Art-uptisl agrmts 12 Leases. 5 As ignments. 13 Namralizatioa. 6 Bills of Exchange acd 14 Powers of attorney. prenlsscry notes. 15 Ecleasea. 7 BUj of sale. 16 Mil is. 8 Bonds. Ia one large volume, &00 pages, law j binding, v- iil be eent to any address on receipt of 7.50 with the order. Address, E. li. MYERS. Publisher. 67 "W'&ibington Street. Chicago. I t TTatvfV Treatise can be procured at JAMES DWYEH'S Book Store and Kcw3 Depot New Music Store! DAYNES & CO., PKALEHS IX VIOLINS, fS ACCORDEONS, GUITARS, rTT-r?' CONCERTINAS, BASJOS, I w:1 j BAND0N1QNS, STRINGS, zfiiii FLUTES, A.C. In-iriK'iioii lvoks lor all in-itrumonts. A!.-o a large sux'k of the new AMKK1CAX (JUG AX, vronnum-ed iy all who have tried it 1'sr superior to aud cheaper than any other. j Keiereu.vs : SiiiorA. Fai'uii, 1'rof. O. Trait, aud others. Good HANDS, Yrom S'JoO upwards. A full stock of SHEET MUSIC on hand, which the purchaser ea'i have tried by a musician ou the premUcs. two miosis i:.vvr of thk vosr offick. Z. C. &. i. BOOT AND SHOE Deparlmoiit, it tlie hin ol TECHS "BXGr BOOT." Every style and quality of Boots and Shoes MADE TO OKDER, patiafao-tion patiafao-tion guaranteed. ALWAYS ON HAND A LAHCiE AND CHOICE STOCK OK II0IE-MDES,;Dr,00TS AND SHOES A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Shoe Findings, Horse Collars and all kinds o leather! HIDES WANTED. II. R. CI.A W'SON. SurKRINTKNI.KNT. HARDWARE. I, . II d :o I ! s ytffl h l o C. H. BASSETT, HARDWARE STORE All kinds of HEAVY HARDWARE, Iron and Meel, Stoves and Tin Ware BLACKSMITH TOOLS, Agricultural Implements And JUlnlng Tools, At Lowest Rates. OPPOSITE SALT LIKE HOUSE nib FIRE INSURANCE. SALT LAKE BRANCH OF TUE Great Western INSURANCE COT, OF CHICAGO. THF.O. F. TRACY, President. C. JI. II KTT, 1 II KS k y w. I. A WH KKCE V Directors CI1AH. L. Jl.lllLKIt, j MARSHALL & CARTER, Attorneys. H. 11. M AM X, Mauager. OFFICE : Under Salt Lake Reading Rooms. A Branch of this SOUX'D and RELIABLE RELI-ABLE $5,000,000 COMPANY Having been organized in our city, we are now ready for business and earnestly earn-estly solicit public patronage, guaranteeing guaran-teeing that all fire risks will be carried at a fair rate. H. R. MANN, a21 JInB(er. THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAIl WAGON ! Farmers and Teamsters THERE AEE -NINE KEASOtfS Why You Should Buy the above Wagon FIRST, They are made of the best selected Indiana Tlmser, thoroughly seasoned under cover. S KCO L), They are made by experienced free labor. THIRD, The liehtest running and most durable Wagon in the Market. FuCKTfl, Their Thimble Skeins never break, while- all others do. FIFTH, Most uniform and best proportioned Wagon in Market; any part of one will fit another, while other '"makes" will not. . SIXTH, The only Wagon in which the SLOPE SHOULDER SPOKE is ued ; hence they have the best Wheel, which is actually the foundation of the Was:on. and should be carefully examined by persons buying. SEVKATII, Tbey are sold only by responsible parties ; and every ago" is warranted to give entire satisfaction. EIGHTH, Because Teamsters will tell you they are the best Wagon, lor all purpose, on the road. 1ST .NTH, Last but not least : Studebaker Brothers are practical men, attend at-tend to their business personally, and do not entrust it entirely to Foremen, as is generalJy the case in large factories; hence the superiority of their work over all others. Sold by JNO. T. CAIWE, al "HERALD" OFFICE, Salt Lake City. BENEDICT, HALL & CO., MANUFACTURERS A7D WHOLESALE DEALERS LN Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO Nos. 134 and 130 GKA3D STKEEl Comor Crosby, j HW YORK. One Clock East ot Broadway, J lLiM iv""'