PEOPLE'S VERDICT! Over Half a Million Sold and in Use ! 4,000 Made and Sold Per Week. SING E.R!S: NEW IMPROVED SILENT! ' amily Sewing Machines, AKii Till: ISHKT IN THE WOULD, Because all of them are in constant use, while a very large proportion of o 1 r makes are not used, owing to their being partially or utterly impracticable THE SINGED ilHW F&iltY MACHINE Has been brought to perfection, regardless of time, labor or expense, and is now incomparably the best sewing machine in existence. It is Simple, Compact, Durable, Beautiful, Quiet, Light-Running, and eapable of performing a range 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) Braidiug, Emdroidering, Magic Ruffling, Gathering, Gathering and sewing on (at the same time Self-Sewing, Cording, Tucking, Quilting, Felling, Trimming,Binding,etc., are novel and practicable, and have been invented and adjusted especially lor this machine. Folding 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 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, nameiy, 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 eausing iceakness of the back, etc The SingeT uses a SHORT STRAIGHT NEEDLE, which is not liable to break or miss tho 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 carried, thus avoiding nearly all wear. It requires NO OIL, and does not soil the thread or goods. Other machines drive their shuttles, in a race, thus causing great wear, and requiring 9(7, soiling the thread and goods. On the Singer, the Tension on both the upper aud 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 eo-called cheap machines are really worthless, and so are many of their new peculiarities and supposed advantages. The SINGER is the OLDEST PRACTICAL SEWING MACHINE, Being about twenty years in the market. Having been constantly " improved by the employment of the most skilled ingenuity of the age and un limited capital, it is now divested of all unnecessary parts and possesses All the Very 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 Useless 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 manufacturing in Cloths, 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 so 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 coasist of the Different Varieties made by the Singer Manufacturing Manufactu-ring Company, and we 6hall 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 put 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 onca commence work. We resort to no trickery whatever to soil Sewing Machines, but allow tliAUr Great Merits to recommend tltem. 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 erders, and are compelled to still extend their Gigantic Works. Having been so fortunate as to secure the GENERAL CENTRAL. AGENCY For this Torritory, wo extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see these Machines, whether they wish to buy or not. See all others, but do net buy without you examine the Singer I We Guarantee Every Machine Wc Sell To give Entire Satisfaction. THE SINGER BUTTON-HOLE MACHINE Is the only Practical one in the World. Other Sewing Machines Repaired on Reasonable Terms, MACHINES FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE DEPARTMENT, (One Door South of the Drug Store,) ZIONS CO-OPERATIVE MERCANTILE INSTITUTION. II. It. CLAWSON, Kiipl. I NOISELESS FAMILY SEWING MACHINE i IS THE Standard Machine of the World ! The Special Committee appointed to examine and report on Sewing Maeiilm-H at the North Carolina State Fair, held at Raleigh Inst week, awarded n Gold Medal tot e Florence Sewing Machine for the ease and quietness of it s movement ft, perfect ion and lnre variety of work, and its valuable new features, mn-kiu; mn-kiu; 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. 19th, 1870: SEWIXG MACHINES. We have 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 thut the central idea in the first iavention the, shuttle still holds i's placo, though many attempts have been made to supercede it. The shuttle, in cmbination with the needJe, is atill the u.eans used to form thestitch.in the leading machines, and we find that the growth of trade is chiefly with the shuttle using machines. The improvements that are taking firm hold in practical use are. therefor1, necessarily necessa-rily in connection with tho 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 ito use. M-ny important gains in this direction, made since the first great invention, are undoubtedly un-doubtedly embodied in the "Florenco" mu-chide: mu-chide: and wo recommend our readers to carefully in.-pect the ".Florence" before making ma-king a choice. The points peculiar to this muchino are : An unusual aiimunt if ni'jney is si-cut in inaKinK the "Florence," thereby securing the be.-t material (steel, for instance, where others use c i.-t-irn , and t'ie net tin tb of important p;irts 'the shuttle, f-r example, being rigidly rejected if it vuri-.-- fr-'rn tlie standard l-:J.""tti of an inch!) It is tun strutted on the simplest scientific: principle-, entirely dispensing w lb the cir-, and camp, and link- wnii.li ?u ofit'i get pLTver?ely out of order and j-urcly perplex every one bin the practiced machinist by their unaccountable unaccount-able freak?. The "Florence" ci.-ily managed. and it-use is so readily learned. tDat an ordiTinr?- bt- of ten h.i; ;ti,:c ,n,l muscle enough t- run it perfectly. T' elock-titch, elock-titch, as inado hy the "Florence" is very re ularand perfect, very -trong and ela.-tic. and is drawn into the fabr evenly, grad-uallv, grad-uallv, csac ly, without jerkirg, and wUIk.ui causing the scam to pucker, or .-training the thread so as to endanger i breaking; consequently, con-sequently, veiy fine threads and lig'it iabn "an be u.-ed. Be-ides tlii-. tiie "Florence" ;in al! but the cheapen styles) al-o makes three additional t lite he a dublo h-k, a single knot and a double knm wlii. b are stronger nd more elastic than any other stitch, and which are made by no other machine. ma-chine. Tho " Florence" is the only mach.ne that hia a rever-ible teed, whereby the direction di-rection f the ecwir.g can be instantly changed without Mopping tho work, tlui? enabling the operator to niilt or embroider with unusual facility, to tev backward and easily strengthen a cam wherever de-ired. and. finally, by a few repeated mitche. to fasten ends in the q u ic k c-t and 8t ri f(f -1 way. It is the only machine that hasA'-olf-adjumng phuttlc-thread tension, which works, so perfectly that the operator can run acro the eavie-t seams and i-w the fine-it linen and the thicken broadcloth In immediate imme-diate Miccepsir.n withont breaking thethread and without changing the needle, mfh or tension. The "Florence" drawn the thread into the Cloth with uneoualed precision and certaint". by mean-" of an initeniouti automatic auto-matic tako up" wheel, which li-po-e-. of the slack thred left after the tith with an accuratn proiuptne that prevent ad Mi.trl-mg Mi.trl-mg or dropping of ptiu hes. and nllow tbo operator to euw backward, or to run orTtiie cloth and on again, with perfect impunity, it ban an improved eliLStio licmmcr. exclusively exclu-sively it own, which i managed with eae. and will mako a hem of any width on any material It not only makes a perfect gather and sews it to n. hand at ono operat icq, but it heron, nnd binds, nd feW. nnd quilt, nnd Cord. und ttiet. nnd gather;, and hrtid without ba-tin. huch Fpci-m provi.-i'.n i-made i-made agnm-t injurious wear Hint the "Hor-ence" "Hor-ence" is rlairned and guaranteed by thcCom-pany thcCom-pany to last twice as long without repair ha any other shuttle mar-hino in the market without the nigh en difficulty. F.very part nontlv adi'ii-VI0'' 'V-0 P'31 '' "n, Pmnn-Slflo Pmnn-Slflo most ease. Tho needliTI- , J nn (l threaded, and tho Mitch i- lengthened, shortened, or re verged with tbo utmost ut-most cn.jc. In u-ing tho "Fkrenc-" m-ither the work nor the operator's dre-- is liaMu to be Boiled. Tho "Florence" with all th-c ciuims to superiority, sells at the fume nri--u as other tir;t-class machines. Tlic-o a. (van tages : Liberality in manufacture; Hiindicity of construction; t acility of management; ariety of Stitches; Kevorhible feed; bclf-adjuatin ten.'ion; Automatic tnko-up: Ituprorert hcinnicr; Provirdou again.n, wear: Perfect and i"-rmaiient adjustment- huny regu ation ! needle aud miry- Clean) l liu beauty iiii.I ,,Kli Hnirh of tho miu-Uiui': Mjkutlju t lrrm:o." Uio.lnrjti ly im1-ir.ii, im1-ir.ii, a uiiicliiuo which t'lho yulucU, ucoJs but to he- trifl. , No fmuily can nll'onl to Ijo without a.-ow-inr Uiiicbim;, uutl wo hope llnit lioj.ro louir ono luuy ho iouuj wherever "iho Tribuiio ' la wckouio. TO THE LADIES Of Hull. JLnkcClty, 11 utl ( li rnn outllio 'I'crrlltulrj ol" llnh, litullo, IniHiiiia ntut V oitiln , AVe extern! h curdiiil invilutiim tu ckII iit our olliuu, mill oxuniino tlio J-'Inrcimo ittiuily Sowiinr ilncliiiic, whrth.M- ill'-SIKHUIK ill'-SIKHUIK iiiiiuudiutu imiulmso or mil; it la uur ljiiMrif-n himI nIcoimiio t.i soli. it closo oxiuiuiHitiuii uiiil coiii)iii isori. Wc Imvo on o.liil,ition, in r,l,T t,0 n,r,. uuiI.V to u.,luin points ol' ililliTiMicy, in which wo chum Miporioritv, tho inn-clinics inn-clinics ol viirious niiil,.s, in. lu.linK tho OrovcrA; Ji.ikcr, Si,,Kr n, Whoclor ii Wilson. In nmkiiiK ,:,,mri. son, ln unluir lolviintiigc wi , tlltl.n of rivul nmcliini'r, but on tlie coiitniry they will In; kept l.y h conipoteiit iiui-cliini.,t iiui-cliini.,t in tl.o be. t of nuininit onl..r, (soiiiu ol' t hoin rc'piirn im iooil hi enil n eer us li locMiiotivo. ) CHAS. S, HAMMER, (JnitTiil AKCIlt. HAII' I.AKK (HTV, UTAH. Z. C M I Clothing Departm't FRESH ARRIVALS Of New Goods in Fall and WINTER SUITS I OVKKCOATS, CAPES, TALMAS Military Clothing, Xv. Al.o a Full Variety of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS Gents', Ladies' and Boys' BOOTS & SHOES Gents' Voulhs' and BoyV IIATs and CAPS. TRUNKS i all Myles and 'iniililies. Vausf.m nnd C'ahi'ET Packs. Carpets,Matting,Floor Cloths Wall Tapi r and Decorations. Alwiiyjon build unit far ulo l,y tlio yiinl, a Iiitko ulnck of Kroiic.li nmt KnKlliili maimer, llncRklllN, llnvr-rii, Military ciutlin, llnnio pintle Tivccit., Alv. SUITS MADE TO ORDER f llnntlemmi'n ClntlihiK. nr Militury Sultn. uiiido to orilnr in tho nT't St y In ol Vnxlilon Vi? 1 10 Hll"r,t. imtuio. Kirit-olnHi fit unit orkiniiiiHliii) (lunniiiiueil. MILITARY TRIMMINGS IN tlTIKAT VAHIKI'V. I U. U. CIiAWHON, Niu-r. TRUCKEE AND SALT LAKE Lumtorlaril One Block South of U.C. PASSENGER DEPOT. Lumber! Of all widths and lengths. Utah Common ' $S5U per M Truckee " rough.... 40.00 " Truckee 2d clear, " ....50.00 " Truckee Idt " " .... 60.00 " TRUCKEE SHINGLES t-i.M per M. A No. 1 Sawed, io.50 per M. LATH S, A No. 1, clear Fiu-ar pine (xl inch) Four feet lengths, $7.00 per M. sii:rka valley Suj:ar l'inc, C'K-ar ?c;ici-neil MOULDINGS TouKiied A: ;roovel FLOORING, CEILING. SIDING, COUNT VAX. TOPS EXT11A W1DK, I Rustic and Moulded Battens, vVc, c iVc. DOORS, DOORS, it., i, a n. -2 With nnd without liotlwfotl Vnnvl. Sasli Doors, (timlo und Pnuhlt') PRIMED, GLAZED UN QLAIED. All m.c.i eiin.st.'inlly on hiiud. Kxlra niies mndo promptly to order. D, W. PARKHURST, l"rrU't or. WANTED! Barley, Flour, Butter & Eggs, 111 Invert 1 pin nl il ifVH. DUN FORD 2, SOWS IMPORTKRS AND JOBBKHS IN Boots, ShoesiHats At the sign of the MAMMOTH SHOE AND HAT STORE BAST TEMPLE STREET. GRAIN WANTED! Zion'sCdoperative Mercantile Institution TO city" and country CO-OPERATIVE STORES And the Trade jrenerallj. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS! EAGLE EMPORIUM, (Up Stairs.) WINTER GOODS! Long- Shawls, Nubias, Hosiery, single shawls, Hoods, Moves, Children's Shawls, Scarfs, Flannels, Blanker, Counterpanes, Jeans, Cassimercs, Linseys, DOMES 10 GOODS IN FULL SUPPLY 5S USUAL, ISoots & Shoes, Rubbers & Arctics, Men's Uoys and Children's iiats. I R ETA1L IDry Goods Department. This Department is in recnlar receipt of NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, Aoiions, Fancy Trimmings, &c. A larf e iavoioe of WINTER SKAWCS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, SCARFS, ARABS, &c. New and Fashionable Styles now on exhibition. Repellants, for Ladies Winter Suits, CLOAKS; FURS, Single, in Setts, it maJe to order at low prices. Full stock of CARPETS, DAMASKS, RUGS, TABLE CLOTHS, &C..&C. In great variety. H. B. Clawsoii. Snpt. PIONEER STEAM WOOD WORKING COMPANY. W. II. l'OI.'iOM, Tuos. Lahmsk. Geo. Romnet, G H. Taylor. FOLSOM, ROiNEY & CO,, (South Templo Street, one block west of the Tabernacle,) Haying adhl to their alrvai.lv extensive MOik ot' Machinery, are now prepirw to lurni.-h all articles in their lino, a first class article, at trreiily reduced rites-Iroin rites-Iroin the be.-t lumber produced in our own mountain hAne. Wb have a complete set f Sash and Door Maehincrj", by which we cu fill large or small orders with great dispatch. Wo publish a list of sires of Doors and Windows which are always Iff1 hand. Lip or cheek rail Msh and all kinds and si ics of door made to order : Sash Sties. Poor Ses. xi windows, -J ft 4 in'x 3 It Pj in 2 ft o in bv f ft fi" lnx!2 " -.' 1P( x 4 6 2 S " J Mxi4 " a 10 x s ; ' io " 1(1 1 0x1 (i " 2 10 x ., in ;Ucet " ' (M- ltliiKlM, Fianiox and .llouldinsrs Rolling aud Stationary Slnt Winds made to order to till all kinds of Jif incs. IWr and Window Kramos, plain and pannelcd. Having one ol r.r! spb'ndid No 1 moulding machines we can furnish every variety of Mou.J'.sp- AVOOO TUKNlXCi. We have a No. 1 Turning l.alhe. and liave engaged 1'ivd. I'liijt"''-best I'liijt"''-best turner in the Territory, and will furnish turning of all descriptions ding wheel beads, ohnils, bedsteads, and all kinds ol wood turning l lo 1,1 I.Al'l'.sr IMI'KOVI'.I) .M A t " 1 1 1 KK Y. Our machinery is tho vow best that could be purchased in (lie r.st-si.-ling of u No. 1 Planer and Matcher, for sin lacing lumber and ten.cuiraj grooving tlooring; a laniels 1'laner, for planing luiiiKr out of wind; ing Muchino u lieavy power Mortising Machine ; machines lor rMll;''' plowing, making sash, doors, blinds and mouldings. . Asa great vaiiety ol' work can be done on ihr-e machines, il iiiu's a grout avlviiulage eontiacting aiuk building. V. II. l'OI,Ml attends to tho building department, and 'HVf experienced uivliitcct, and having on band all the latest aivhitoonira' worts prepared to make plans, specifications, delink ami contract for build'"01 knuN. 'flic old linn of ..( TIMIK ,t IWVl.OU liavo ebaigc ol'to uu-. dopavtim-iit and ill eonncetmn with the above machinery urn a set el ore-saws, ore-saws, and are prepared to rip boards, plank, pickets, fence tsik Mill", " j All who intend to beautify, impnivo and build up, and want clic'l' ' ! s, work, call on '' "'"i. Folsom, Romiioy tfc Co.