A Live Paper Live People. Tin: ai,t laki: DAILY HERALD THE Hdni: a n i ojmvi.ii'.'Ial N i.', '. .-!' A I'l.I'. Ol' .vU.T I.AKK (.TIT. Tin-Popirs Paper! FREE AND INDEPENDENT. TIIKO.M.V .MoKMMi DAILY I'AI'l i: IX I TAII, . THE CHEAPEST PAPER i i n r.i.ifliiri) ix j j The Kochy Miiii)talus! j TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE! Ta rrfnt di-corery an 1 rii 1 deTelop-' uimi of tho iu i e f L't .h h .ve liven. and will I'niiuiiua I" five, An iiui'etus (o trails of utry km. I, -tn-ri ihuuM ritiD..nJ the at teuton of uil tiuinia men who deire to I k 4 r e i n i a f r o '"i t j . U v y Ouniiifn'i of ure r months pait i hT Uff n hrmjinr wealth it. U tho Territory; j a tiirrt itu'iurf ilun h vi commenced ; ag ri- j uluir! 'ul ni hf r prmiue s a-e finding rendy I mr$ ; in. I uieroh tin b-tf in to feel ihest?adj fl- of money through tho varied channel 1 of Miniucroe, 1 To hii'incf- uipn at a distance wh' ie' to par ii'i i it in tho li.oly trade which tnnst aUrud u h a ripi t grnth of interests. wfM an to the 1kc.iI pulil c, a live. energetic J newi'ner it a nen'o-sity, by which o be iiu'Ib ally aoiuiinleil with tho truo condi-1 condi-1 1 on of ii 4(t em a t h ey ri ist, anil th rough whi. h In pre-ent ilmr bii'intra an" frcililie for lii.TuitiiLg a) proiuiMiig a market. j i THE SALT LAKE HERALD Fully nifts thi nrcfity in I'tah. 'ot j brln tho i nn of any per ton, irct I or rty, nor drvoird alone to any k1 lulcrrii, jt fca9 grown upon public J favor n l t.imt-d no uni'recedcutedcireula-ti uni'recedcutedcireula-ti n in th- tune wh ch h- el.ipcd ?ince it i was et:.M:hri.. by beini in tho itrictwtj -imii a Ki re. tttdrpr iiilrut, Live and J 'lTturoughly I'roifrriilvc NE VV STATER. m MIXING NEWS; Collated with the greatest car and from the most reliable sources, make? it T.iluablo to all intcrcj-.i-d in the mines of I'uh ; iti jlGRICCLTCltAr, A.XD GEXL'XAL IXTELLIG EXCE i Can b equally rf lied en ; and its sntrrtsisx ( ha placed it in tho FROM RNK OF THE ROCKY NOrXT.VIN JOIKWLS. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Cirvu'ates larc'y and is widely read in every Mitncg Camp, and throughout the Cities lowti? and StftMe.uenti of tho Terri-' tory; i found in the Sic of every en;errri-ini en;errri-ini business ui n in Vtb; circulates cn the l'ui'-n PaoitK. Central Pacific and I'tah Cen-tral Cen-tral Ki!ivid; has a Urge m il subscription list eajt. west, north and south; and is The Best Advertising Medium la the Rov-fcr Mouuu-.a region. Where to Advertise! j i Where it will be Seen! Where it will be Read! j In the People's Paper! THE SILT LIRE HERALD.! DO YOU WAXT EMFLOYMET HIKED EELF, MECHANICS. LABORERS. LOTS TO KE.NT. HOUSES 10 KEXT. OFFICES TO SENT, STOKES TO KENT. I - maze to rz was is rxo its IX THE j LUMBER YARD. TRUCKEE LUTflBER YARD Ji o CD CO o o O d CD o o D w p f?w m .ipi hi ityeiwm&njtiwjeum SEV1N3 MACH'NES. T II 1 . LU 11 Jj : LilJ N'OISKLI-:r?S Family SEWING MACHINF H Tim Standard Machine of the World! The Kperlal Committee appolnterl to tiimine and report ou .seMltig Xarlilnri ac tlie North Carolina Mate lalr, hrld at Italelgli lat MtrkiHiriUil (.old Mnlal lot' t, r lorturc r liti( Machine for t lie ac a ml quirlnr of Hi movr mtni, pi frrllon a ltd lar);c variety of work, ft ltd IU valUMble U c W feature in a-khiK a-khiK It tlie kxiiI valuable Sewing MacUlue for family ae. Parties contemplattiigr the pur-, chase of Sewing Machine! are rq-' rq-' qneatetl to read the fol owing from the ew York "Tribune" of Oct. 19tb, ISTOt SEWI.XG MACIIINKS. We have recently had occasion to make aooie inguirie into the pruKres of improvement improve-ment in the mechiinUui of dewing machines, tnd were not a little surprised to learn thai the central idea in the first ijven.iun the shuttle still holds its place, though mny attempts bave been made to supercede it. ' The khuttle, in c-'tu binatiun with the needle, is still the u eans used to form (he stitcu. in the leading machines, and we find that the I growth of trade is chielly with the shuttle , uiibg oiachines. j The improvements that are taking firm ' hold in pructical ua are, therefore, necesa- . rily in connection with the shuttle, either , in the detail of the ehuttle itsrlf. or I in other parts of the machine connected : with it, to cause tfle whole to operate more perfectly and uniformly, and to siiupliiy its use. Many important gains in this direction, made since the first great invention, are undoubtedly un-doubtedly embodied in the "Florence" ma-chide; ma-chide; and we recommend our readers to carefully inspect the "i'loreiico" before making ma-king a choice. Ihe points peculiar to this machine are: An unusual amount of money id spent in matting the "Florence," thereby securing 1 the best material (steel, for instance, where ' other use cast-iron), and the. nest fin sh ot important parta (the shuttle, for example, being rigiul rejected if it varies from the stand.-rd l-2.(JLHh of an inch!) It iscon- ; strutted on theoimplet scientific principles, entirely dispensing with the cgs, and cams, and link? woicb so often set perversely out ot order and sorely perples every one but ; the practiced, machinist by their unaccount- ' able freak. Ihe "Florence" is so easily: managed, and iu use is so readily learned, . that an ordinary girl of ten haa sense and muscle enough to run it perfectly. Toe lockstitch, lock-stitch, as maae by the "Florence" is very ; regular and perfect, very strong and elastic, , and is drawn into the fabric evwniy, grad-1 grad-1 uall, exac.ly, without jerking, and without causing the seam to pucker, or straining the thread so as to endanger its breaking; con-jeguamly, con-jeguamly, yei y tine tureads and lignt labncs ' can be used. Besides this, the ' F'lerence" tin all but the cneapest styles) also makes I three additional stitcnes a douole look, a "single knot and a double knot which are i stronger nd more elastic than any other ' stitc'h, and wmch are made by no other machine. ma-chine. Ihe "F lorence" is the only machine . tnat has a re?ertoie eed, whereby the direction di-rection of tho sewing can be instantly : oaanged without stopping the work, thus eoab.ing the operator to quilt or embroider , with unusual facility, to sew backwards and ; easily itrengthen a seam wherever desired, aod. finally, by a tew repeated stitches, to : fasten ends in the quickest and strongest : May. It is the only machine that has a telf-, telf-, adjusting shuttle-thread tension, which t works so perfectly that the operator can run facrouthe eaviest seams and sew the finest j linen and the thickest broadcloth in immediate imme-diate succession witnont breaking thethread ' and without chancing the ndie, stitch or tension. Ihe "t loreDce" draws the thread into the cloth with un equaled precision and certainty, by means ol an ingenious automatic auto-matic "take-op" wheel, which disposes of the ilack thread left after the stitch with an accurate promptness that prevents a:l snarl- tag or dropping of stitches, and allows tee 1 operator to sew backward, cr to run off the cloth and on again, with perfect impunity. It has an improved elastic hemmer, exclu- . sivel; its own, which is managed with ease, ' and will make a hem of an; width on any ' material It not only makes a per;ct gather and sews it t a band at one operation, bat it hems, and bindi, end fehs, and quilts, and coro. and mess, and giihers, and braic& without Oiptini. tuch special proriiicn is made against mjurious wear that tne "t ior once" is claimed and guaranteed by the Company Com-pany to last twice as long without repair as any other shuttle mvcine in tae market, without the (lightest d;ncalty. Every part of the "Florence-" is so perfectly and perma- 1 nently adjusted, and it h ic few joints and - points ot trier. on. that it rmii with the utmost ut-most ease. Ihe needle is set and threaded., and the stitch is lengthened, shortened., or reversed with the utmost ut-most ease. In usins the "Florence"' neither , :ne wors nor the operator's dress is liable to o souec. Ihe "FTorence" wi;a ail these ; c aims w superiority, sen at the same price . a oilier nrs -class ma.:nes. These auvan ; tae : i L:ieraiity in macutacture; ' Smpncuy of e?Dstruciion; facility ot mana emeit; V ari e :y o f s : . ;c a es; Kevers:bie feed: ieli-aajustinrf tension; Automatic Uis.e-up; Improved hexien Provision against wear; Perfect and ptrrmanen: adjusts en:; Easy rea alios oi neei.e ana stiich; C.eazLmess ana che; -; Tae cwaaiy and hia dnish of the machine; Miie me "F lorence," icouera;eiy spaii-ing, spaii-ing, a machine whica to be vauea, ndeus oat . to oe tried. 1 io taiiiuy can ajfori to be wirhoat a ew-in. ew-in. azachLne. azi we hope tha: he:"; re iong : one a:ay loan a wherever "lie Ir-.baae" is wauo.e. TO THE LADIES Of Salt Late City, and throughout through-out t tic Territories of l tah, Idaho. Montana tad Wyoming, TVe ei-i a cordial inviuor. ;o call at cr cce. az.d eii:e lie j:1ore.c ' close aXJtTZ'.r.Anoii and comrsrisvs. "V"e . haTe oa exiiibiuon, in order tne zcotw , easily to expliiz. piz.is o: direrrce. in wiiica ve c'-jiiiii sr-ericrlrv'. tde nia- eilz.es c: var-.ous mii:ers, LLl-dir? ir Grower iSser. Mzer and Weedier ! & Vs ilscn. In c;aa"i-g such comparr . ' son. ro uniiir sdvise -will t-e ' :: r'.Ts": :ac2ies. bu.t on LcorirarT d:ey vdl kepi by a ccsiiti; n:- : ;so"ii:e oi '-deii rire as g.-cd an ez r.-i r.-i CHAS. S, HAMMER, Gnerml Aernt, 'salt lake city.ut.ah. CHICAGO TRADE, j KEITH BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Jobbers cf HATS, CAPS AND FURS Mllh'nfry and Straw Goods, 6S & 70 Wnbash ATt., PTTTP S P f 3 . 4 Dearborn Place, ViliuXiljU jl CHASE, HANFCRD & CO., 51 South Water St., CHICAGO, Headquarters for Oils, Paints, Glass, &c, Manufacturers of the celebrated WILSON OIL TANK. 113 PAGE, UliO.A; CO., Importers and Dealers in LEATHER AND FINDINGS 50 Lake Street, CHICiED. Ill o25 ' Lake. Shore Oil Works. MAXWELL, WHEELS & CO., Manufacturers of ; Engine, Slcnal. Tallo-t--, Lard and ! WOOL 01L.S. Dealers in Headlight Carbon, "Whale j Elephant, Seal and Sperm Oils, Agents for the sale of PRATT'S ASTRAL. Oil,. j Agents of the West Virginia Oil and Oil Land I i-CTACTrEiS3 OF EXCELSIOR CAR, ROOT ANJ IR:n PAINT j For Tin and Shingle Rocfe. Bridge Timbers, Ac. Faet-r. CHICAGO. r.ffiee, 3y3 i Sty Illinois St., lto S. Water street, I M. D, WELLS &, CO J Manufacturers of and TTholesale Dealers 1 in j Boots and Shoes,1 114 i. 116 Wabash Ave, Chicago. M. D. Wfllt, n. J. Mvflatd, ! R. Beseaict. S. P. ilclntyre. YA1T SCHAACK, STEVENSON & REID WHOLESALE j druggists; Dealer. In PAINTS, VARNISHES, GILS, DYE STUFFS, ER'JSHIS, j Window Glass, Glassware'! Patent Medicines, &c. &c 90, 94 fc 9 Lake St cor. Dearborn ! dz-Ls:ccLz9a.e-o "i'-h a '.irrs eireri::-e in the Trri: 'al ie. we f-ei re c: r..zg aitiiiicuc-r in ' BKIGGS HOUSE B- H. S-r. P-rrne-.or. Corner Wells and riTIP ( PH RndoIpn Stret, LiLLAUU. , Ii:.5 E:zie is c2-TrY.r l;-r;eJ, wt'J. fr- ; DIEBOLD & KIENZLE, s;:ce5Scr! tt liebcOJ, -.."-t-i t Co, CZUSSTIED CLVCLN'yAXl TfT Asi Susett'j lliriedj aci Au-.cia-ie PEATT s COTZZT. G5-sraI Ag- co Vv ashirg-n ts., cricAzo. ( H. B. CLAWSO. Snpt. Z. C. M. L, i Asreni for Vtali Territory. i ' SAN FRANCISCO TRADE, ! L'UTAllIilNIIti 1 1EUCJ. CASTLE EROTHEF.S, XMPOITTZJ IT. G WIIOLVSAU: r.!iUt.TKS, 41iauJ 41 Ktoitl Satfi. CHETiTRY, SOUTHER a CO.. i-i.'. : - :' BRANDIES, WiNES, AM) II Q I" Oi!S, 11 Clay Street, - n FmuiIj.o. A. C. D1ETZ L CO., l'Amn Oils. Varnishes and Lamps. n . L.i r.:-'Sr rii i; :: r. riit 6 Viu ,v iiLuni, Mana.-.are.-s. Iu , .-t j-J W hvlc.-j'.e : VVAUHeC llAfjONDS,; i:vf ry Di-;criiiiou of Jewelry, i SILVER A?JD SILVER-PLATED WARE Alio -Ameers U t the oi-'lfbr.ite I IL'ir-nJ, E'l'ui'.uiJ Ai)it nam Wiitcitf, '4 10 Montgomery, S.K. cor. Ptue, j Li'S:-i"3, San Frnuiiseo, Cal. AH or-lcr? from th TTUorics rromptlv 3. C. "iOWSO 5c CO., lOlanJl'.l FRONT STREET. SAX FRAXCISCO, CAL. Ofui' the finest and mott complete s!vck on the I'tciric co-.itt. liefer to II. B. CLAWSON'. Sud'i of !S- O. ZE- 1. u 4 11. SliltlERj San Francu-co. New Yor'k J, BAUM & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTKINS 223 San some St., San Francisco. 43 31 m ray fet., ew York. fSJ I. KELLER, Proprietorof the Riinp Snn und Los Anceles Vioe-yarJa. Vioe-yarJa. Driot lor thu&Ue of bia NATIVE WISES AND BRANDIES M. KELLER . CO., Corner of Mattery and Washington Street?, San Francisco, - - California. Aneellca "Wine, Eldorado Wine, White TdHfietra Port Wli.e Hlllrri, Slier ry ' Grape Brandy. All our Winee and Brandy gTiarautee! strictly pare, and over ihref years old. S"Slt Lake City Corporation. Z'on's Co-operative Mercantile Institution, Gtxii-e k Co., SaltL-ikeCitv, D. 11. Peerv, and G. !!. A Co., niei,. k--r our winef for sale. RICHARD GOUUHIXD, 0 Aent,Sair Lvke City. S. P. Ilolden. Jas. ?Joorhead. S, P. HOLDEN Ei CO., IMPORTERS OP FOREIGN DRY GOODS, Linens, Dress Goods, Hosiery, fito. 28 & 30 SANSOME ST. London : 27 Leadenhall St.. E.C- oo EINSTEIN BROS, & GO,, Importers and Manufacturers of BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY STYLE AND KIND, 113, 115, and 117 Pine Street, SAN FRANCISCO. 0r Home made Goods are unequaled ly any. Samples at 3Ir. Goodliiud's Office, oo SALT LAKE riTT. WEIL & CO. IHP0RTKR3 OF Cigars and Tobacco Proprietors of the HAVANA CiAiAK MANUFACTORY 223 and 225 Front St., Southwest corner front c Sacramento Sts., 06 J. EVE8BIXG & CO., COMMISSION FhEROHAHTS 48 Clay St., Saji Francisco, DEALERS IS OREGON PRODUCE. Are constantly in receipt of Ore eon Earns, Bacon, Lard, Salmon. Ac. Starch, of onr in and Lantern manufacture alwaye on hand. i-l BHUTAN, K0LBP.00X CO Importers and Dealers in Stoves Hanges, SHEET IRON &m PLATE, Copper, Zinc, Sheet Lead, Wire, porps, Ijead rt-xicl Iron Xii3. TI5.ERV fiOOIi, Tools and Machinery and General HOUSE FURNISHINC HARDWARE, Embracing Plain, Japanned, Planished and aiamped Ware, os. Ill & 113 California and oo A" os. 17 t- 19 Davis Streets. Mil milk mm BISCUIT BAKERS, And manufacturers of Soda, Boston, Butter, Tc Xlc, Sugar, iLilk. and La Giande O JPL .CE.3EFl.;, Jenny Lind Cakes, Gineer Snapps. Pilot Bread, Saloon Piio; Brea-ij :c Tne aSjT Crack-r3 are fre-h d1v, and are of tie very t-t tion. Ali ir.itr:i'td in ineir maau'acrnre are of ihe l-e-; quaii:v. Bakery 2 I 0 and 212 Mission St., andUj Sacramento m., IS SAX FRA.VCISCO W:LKER2!fl3 & KSIL333, I .ponen ai Jobbers of Wines and LiqnorSj 2U & 215 PK02.T STREET, r SASFRAXCISCO. GRAY, JONES, & GO. ! SANTA CRUZ f ANN ERY ! Oalc Stole Leather. i 1S BAiTZiT T, SAX JRACIiCO. j A. J. GRIFFITH,! 5 : j IICKIiEX cb &MOU SALMON AMD HERRINGS,! 123 "Washington Street, t. of Erl, ci iid Pxki T.-h J.t.jiariiLL ito, i COMMISSION MERCHANTS' 20- and 206 California St., San Francisco, - - California, j Parti-rnlar attention pv!i t? the fillip? of ) oner :or every dj-p;icn oi nLercb.a.ie, 1 Sale of Ores, 4eM &.C. i LAW BuOK. :;.M::r:S' treatise, i J - F-' :-Lel. br E. B. MYERS. Ciiw, ' m:v KDITIOX OF ; HAINES' TREATISE. ltct lied and Kulargril. u I : e--;.'.e i:.ok Kt J uL'es of the I'c--, 1'.' i:c ! ,: s :.-:rjtt . i'Ui.:v J uj j v' : .t t c . .1:: - ','rr ct ii- f.. . v.iiii 0 1; 'L'Bi t Kvivr. ncv ior , . Law c;. j uh'1-1 i.'T k cry Lu.?iuc? ii ELIJAH M. JIALXES, Conn- t:'-T Uf Elite. t" i t h K.iiti-'n. li-v:?e.l auj imi-roved. .-. iiu: t::f .awi si-d dr.i-iins Uta u- : in- I'n-.-t'U t.u.e. tV'iiii'.ete in one e,:atit .i.-t.. v voijmc oi over 1 iiouud in t- :-w sUtci. Price i7.x'. HAINKri' rr IF. U T I t J I a 1 wvil known to every justice cf the re-ice, rac:ici:ift- lawyer aud public olBcer lu I.liin. U i;d the Northwestern States and i't-rrKuries, s the most useful and complete work of the kind esuat It h- lately been revised by the author, and materially improved by the addition oi much important matter.gtTitig all the late laws aud published decisions down to lSt--This book has. up to the present lime, reached reach-ed a Urb-er sale than any other work of the kind in this country. This f.ict may be mentioned men-tioned as evidence of its superior merit. Its excellence consists both in the niauer embraced, em-braced, and the arrangement or classification classifica-tion ot" subjects. In the collection of matter containd in the wo.k it i intended t-i give all thestatute law and the general principles of the common com-mon law in connection therewith, which a justice of the peace, polio magistrate, constable con-stable or coroner will require in d:schargi ng their duties, or that a practicing lawyer will need for reference iu ordinary cases, or that may be required for the information of every business man. This will entiroly supersede the necessitv for reference to the volumes ol the statutes. 1 he arrangement of the work is methodical, methodi-cal, and f the essence ol iu value, presenting present-ing each subject in its order aud in its 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 & clearness and simplicity of style which readers rea-ders the whole alir e plain to the common understanding as to the more advanced lawyer. law-yer. The justi'jo of the peaco, police magistrate, const ible, and coroner will find in this book all the necessary forms and instruc Lions in reg.ird to every branch of his duty. The practicing lawyer will find in it, collected col-lected and arrange ! in convenient forx, all the statute law and decisions, with reference to adjudicated cises applicable in ordinary practice. The businessman will find in it a complete collection of forms required in the transaction transac-tion of business. Studcuts 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, clea: ly stated, in connection connec-tion with the ordinary branches of jurisprudence. jurispru-dence. The following brief reference to the ton-tents ton-tents ot this work will afford iu some degree an idea of its peculiar merits. The book is divided in five parts, the 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 iu thirteen chapters, treating : 1 Of the office of justice of the peace. 2 Of thejurisdiction of justices ot the peace. 3 Of the different forma of action. 4 Of the commencement of suits, and the service and return ofprocesa. 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. 3 Ofthe trial, and incidents there to. 9 Ofevidence. 10 Of the docket, and forms of docket entries. 11 Of jud,rment, costs, aud filiog trauscrip L IX Of appeals and wi it of certiorari. 13 Of execution and parnishmont. Part 2. Of proceedings before Justices Jus-tices ofthe Peace in criminal cases. Comprised in eleven chapters, treating 1 Ofthe powers ofjustices ofthe peace relative to the enforcement of the laws, for ihe prevention and punishment of offenses, and preservation and observance of the peace, 2 Of persons capable ol 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 statements 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 Of search warrants. 9 Of proceedings and penalties in relation to the misdemeanors of Sabbaih-breaking, and disturbing dis-turbing worshiping assemblies. 10 Of proceedings in case of assault and battery, and affrays. 11 Of docket entries in criminal and summary pro ceedings, and justice's fe in criminal cases. Parto. Of the powers and duties of Justices of the Peace under particular statutes. Comprised in twelve chapters, treating 1 Of the acknowledgment and proof or dee-is and other instruments. 2 Of attachments before jutices of the peace. 3 Of U tardy, and proceeding in cases thereot 4 Of contempt of court. 5 Of contesting elections. 6 Of coroners. 7 Of estra; s 8 Of forcible entry and detain. 9 Of incIonres and fei-ces. 10 Of landlord aod tenant, and proceedings by d-stresa lor rent. 11 Of m-riai.-. 12 Of trial of ;hi right of property. Past Of the Constable, his election elec-tion and qualification, and the powers and duties of Constables in both civil and criminal cases. Comprising five chapters, treating 1 Ofrhe of constable. 2 Po rs ad duties of ccniiles in proctodiegs. 3 Ofthe Lab;:yof con-tables and sureties. 4 the pewera azd datie- of constables in crirzu-L.ii crirzu-L.ii cai. 5 Of U and c:p-t;o3 allowed to constables it. both dvii acd criual cases Paet 0. Common forms for th transaction of business. 1 A: r.r?:i 9 Co-prmersip. 2 Art.trat.on az.i awardslO Conveyances. 3 rree.-:s. 11 Dow.r. 4 A-"-c-n- a,rrets 12 Lses. o Ai-:r-u. "&t.c. 6 of Zi.harge ad 14 Powers of attorney. proniiiory not-s. 15 Bleaset. 7 of si!. 16 LUs. 5 Eonds. In one large Tolunte, b'.O pages, law binding, will be sent to any address on receipt of $7.50 with the order. A! It;:,, E. B. MYERS, Publiier. 7 "Washington Street, Chicago. Saints' Treatise can be procured at JAMES DWTER'S Book Store and X:W5 Depot. THE" GEL E BR a"5 STDDEBffl WlH ! Farmers and Teamsters ! THERE ARE JflNE REASONS I Why You Should Buy the above Wagon I l-UK ST, Tlu'V ire nia.le of the b-.M e'.tl Imuax.v Ti.MiiKU, i1kuu;! J M '.l'O N L) Tlu'y :ire made ly exp-.M-'u-ne 1 free lalt'T. Tl 1 1 It I), 'f he liuhiit running ami nie-l il.ir.ihle W'aon ill llie M.-.rU-i I K1 K i ll, Their l'hiiulile Skeins never hreak, while all others I V 1 1'T II, Me.-t uniform aiul I'est proportioned Vai;o:i in .Market; any ot one will tit another, while other "lu ikes" will not. I SIXTH, 1'h e only Waon in whieh the Sl.Ol'K SI 10U UH'.K SPOKK j u-id; henee they have the hest heel, whieli is aetnahy the I'oiiiKla'.ioii ol'it- I ai.-on. and should be earefu ly examined by perons t uyiiii;. I SK K.N 'Ml, They are soid only by respon.-ible parties ; and every Va; , is warranted to ive entire satii'ae'.ion. I l.U. 11 Ml, lieeause Teamsters will tell you tln-y are the best Wai;,.ii, f,. all purpo- s, 011 the road. j . 1.NT11, Last but not least : Stiule'.aker liiotheis are pi-.ietieal nun, K. : tend to their business personally, and do not entrust it entirely to l-'oieun n, is teneraliy the ease in largo laetoiie; lu-n.-e the superiority ot' their work me 1 all others. Sold by JNO. T. CAIHE, I al "llKUALD" O1TT0K, Salt Lake City. NEW YGPiK TRADE. HENDERSON.JUSTICE&Co Successors to GriLien, Henderson i Co., IUPORTKR3 AND JOIIBKKS OF FANCY GOODS, .NOTIONS, 1 1 O M I 1-1 1 1 V 1 FURNISHING GOODS. ETC., 408 . 500 BROADWAY, OrrositoSt. Nicholas Hotel, flu New York. News to Housekeepers ! A birrel of Flour makes irty pounds more cf Bread witu SEA FOAM l'OWBKR. s"o time required for dt'Ufth to raise, but bake iu a hot uvea as so n us 111 in; J. SKA FOAM B.ive V'Ra, Sh'TKiiiiitf. Milk, Etc., aud id a woudei lui ecououiy. TH K SE A FO M IS A X K MIH FLY A K W I N V FN" r I O , I I' I M I T ASY OF i'liK BAD Ql'ALH'IKS OF VKA'T Oil UAKiMi I'OW-PEKe', I'OW-PEKe', SODA vlt SALt-KATL-". GEO. F.GAXTZ & Co., Manufacturers, m26 1TC Duaue Street. Y. Pool, NazrOj Kimball & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS 35 Warren St., cor. Cliurch, J. II. BULGER. New York. FELIX CAMPBELL, 79 John St, New York, Manufacturer ofandDonlerin Wrought, Cast and Galvanized IRON PIPE, AND EVERY VARIETY OF Fittlntrs for Steam, Gas and Water, Uord by K uglncers, M an 11 In.' I u t era, Flnmbers. tain nul Gas Fltlertt. Dot leri, oiler Fluen, Steam a ltd. Vacuum Ounces, Steam nml (ia FittcrH' '1 01. Is, Itoslii and Coal tint A p para 1 11 for Factories, Fac-tories, iloteln, Ftc. STEAM APPARATH-, F''R "WARMING BUILDINGS. iu. 7 C. A. Longstreet, John Sedgwick. L0S33TREET & SEDGWiCK Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in HIWS & 30YS' CLOTHING, 406 4G8 Broadwar, IS ew York. MEDICAL SUSTAIN HOME MANUFACTURE The Best aud the Clieptt ! Have Vou Tried Them I ANTI-DYfiPEPTlC, COMPOUND EONESET PILLS. Home-made and purely vegetable. Tw enty-fi vecente per box Twenty-fire Pilla. Warranted to give satisfaction. They relieve Jaundice, Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Indiges-tion, Liver Complaint, JJea'Jache. LorS of Appetite and Foal btomi- h. will br-att up Ciidi, Fever?, Cough;, and Purify the Blood. They will Cleanse the toujach. Renovate the system, and dispel Iieaje- Are good in all cafes where Physic is needed. Try a oox. You will line them, and never want any other son. They are Xonic, Cathartic and Expectorant. Expec-torant. OPTHALMIC BALSAM, Or Eye Balm. Valnable in tnot Diseases of the Eyef. Removes Re-moves Inflammation, strengthens tne .Signt, and Weak or Broopin? Li p, and ifgeneraliy healing and treL?:benirig to the 6 gat, but cauee no pain. It i? ais good for letter. Ringworm and bad Sore. Only Twenty-five Cents per Box. corvitLirv .salvi:. A valuable remedy for Cuti. Bruises. Wounds, Sores, Burns, Scaid?, and for ea or Lame Bak, Side or Breast, and for many otiier Tnese and other home-made family medicines medi-cines are prepared by J. E. JOH.VSOX, fit. George, I'tah, And sold at Zion's Co-operative Stores and by other agenta throughout the Territory. Also soid at wholesale or furnished on com-miieion com-miieion to refponsibie arenta. If these medicine? med-icine? are not kept at your stores, ask your merchant to order them at once. TRAVEL. UTAH CENTRAL KAILS. OA!). v.vjw,:.-uiiJLviZ';,1 PIONEER LINE CF UTAH, Ou and after Tliurailuy, Dec. 1, lsj0 Dally T in I ii s Leave Salt T.ako City at a. in mi l f . Arrive 41 Ok'Iuii 7 tt. in. ami 1:1., n. m Leave Hk'I'-ii al K a. 111. ami a .Ji . m Arrive al ball Lake City 10 a.m. anj j, . Fare from Salt Lake t'Ky 0 VVnoil's Cro8 .7n Ccntrevillo i Fariiiiumon 81. Kayjvillc ;.' Ogdeu j v Fare from Ogilm (0 KaynTill. J1.3H Furtniinrtnn V." Ct-nirevillo 2.1 W'uoJ Cn.a Bait Lako Cily In adJition to the above AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Will run DAILY, SUNDAYS KXCKi'VlOj. Leaving Ogden Rt .S a. m. and Salt Lake Cil) at 4:10 p. m., On which full fire will entitle the inir-'hufr of a ticket to rwii rn on 1 1m mme 'l.iy i ;rain fre. and will ntt by nrr uimj w;is th core! iict'ir nt Buy piim ou t U o i a e is take on or let oil patacriKerH. PasarnyrrH -will plrnNC Purchui tliclr Tickets at the Ollkei. Fifty Cent additional will be 'hareM wit: the fare is collected on the ir.no, For all information conrcrntng freight ct parage, apply to D. O. C ALDER, Ticket and Freight At' Salt Lake City. SUPERIM F-MjEVT. MM " O X- LIVERPOOL L QUEENSTOWM IN MAN LINE j Of Royal Mall Steameri, 5lHBf from. cw York Every Saturday. AND Alternate Tuesdaf- Cabin Passage, to Liverpool. z - Steerage " (cc'-J ' Passage from Liverpool to wY' Cabin, ... 0f.M) Steerage, . - (Cqtclcj) 1 Round Trip Tickeu Ufaed at very lo JOHJ C. DALE, IfV 15 Broadway, e -' I Or wn.LIAM CALDKR. Aent. 027 Salt Like C;.J. BENEDICT, HALL . CO., IAXTACTUEEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS I' Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO Aos. 134 aud 130 GKAA STBEET' Corner Croshv, XVW YORK. One Block E&t of Broadway, J IVM'