DAILY HERALD. ! A Live Paper Live People. 'I'll E .SALT I.AKK DAILY HERALD1 THK SECULAR AND COMMERCIAL! NEWSPAPER OF SALT LAKE CIT1T. I TiiePeoples Paper! FREE AND INDEPENDENT. j The Cheapest Paper PUBLISHED IN Tim Rocky Mountains ! ! TO MEN OF ENTERPRISE! I H'lie recont didiMvery and r;Liid development develop-ment of the mines of Utah havo given, and will oontinuo to give, an impetus to trade of 1 every kind, wliioli should command tho at- ! tontion of nil business men who desire to bare In its prolUi. Heavy al.ii-u.etits of ore lor months nasi have boon bringing wealth into tho Territory; ' alurgo immigration tins oommoncod ; agri- . cultural and othor products aro finding ready j aloi; and merchants begin to fool the steady . flow of money through tlio varied channole of coinniorco. Tu businoj uioii at a diiUuoo who sock to ! participate in tbo lively trado wliioU muat attend such a rapid growth of interests, as , woll as to tlio local public, n live, enorgotio ; newspaper is a necessity, by which to bo 1 mado fully acquainted with tho true eondi- . tion of mattors as they oxist, and '.hrough which to present thoir business and facilities for lurnisbinK so promising a markot. I THE SALT LAKE HERALD Fully moots this necessity in Utah. Not Uelng tlie organ or any person, sect or party, nor devoted alone to any Ingle Interest, it has grown upon publio favor and attained nnunproaodontod circulation circula-tion in tho tlmo which has elapsed since it was established, by being in tho strictest enso a Free, Independent, Live and Thoroughly Progressive NKWSPAPER ITS MINING NEWS Collated with tho greatest care and from the most reliable sources, makes It valuable to all interested in the mines of Utah ; its AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL TERRITORIAL INTELLIGENCE Can be equally relied on ; and its enterprise placed it in the FRONT RANK OF TUE ROCKY MOUNTAIN JOURNALS. THE SALT LAKE HERALD Circulates largely and is widely read in every Mining Camp, and throughout the Citios, Towns and Settlements of the Terri- tory; is found in tho offico of ovory enterprising enterpris-ing business man in Utah; circulates on tho Union Pacific, Central Pacific and Utah Con- ! tral Railroads; has a largo mail subscription list east, west, north and south; and is i The Best Advertising Medium ; Inttlio ltocky Mouutuiu region. I Where to Advertise! Where it will be Seen! Where it will be Read! In the People's Paper! T H h. SILT LIKE HERALD DO YOU WANT EMPLOYMENT, ! HIRED II ELI', MECHANICS, i LABORERS, LOTS TO RENT, i HOUSES TO RENT, OFFICES TO RENT, STORES TO RENT, MAKE YOUR WANTS KNOWN l.N THE I Salt Lake Herald.' WOOD WORXING. Thorn., L.tim.r, f- H. ' U.oreU.TMIor. Urnie LATIMER, TAYLOR & CO. CHEAP and GOOD! COMKIMSO. i Wisconsin Pine DOORS, BLINDS, We have secured tho AGENCY FOR THE Largest Sash and Door Factory in the World, I Located in the great Fineries of Wisconsin, Wis-consin, where tho best of lumber is from one to two cents per foot. t First Consignment open to-day. i I 1,000 Doors DIFFERENT SIZES, 2, 3, 4 anil 6 Panel. 1,000 SSI SASH, from 7x9 to 10x18. 300 PAIRS Rolling Blinds, At Prices that Defy Competition ! i OUR FACTORY IS HP WITH THE TIMES In all home work in our line. ! i Sash Doors, Odd Sash, Of nil klitit. How Windows, Frames, Doors, Odd .Izca, Etc., Etc. A FULL LINE OF MouldingS Planing & Sawing WITH DISPATCH. LATDIER, TAYLOR & CO. I. 0o Eloci wait ef Irtiruoli SEWING MACHINES. ! READ THIslj SIWCER SEWING MACHINE in all tho beautiful varieties SUB 11 SEES BY EVERYBODY Contemplating tho purchase of a Machine for family or othor use. At our newiy-ntted np Sulnroom, Second Door South of tho Eagle Emporium, Em-porium, between the Drug and Clothing Clo-thing Department! of Z. C. AI. I., frill be found Full Anortment of these Admirable Sewing machines At Prices to Suit Everybody. THE , SIH&EE SEWING MACHINE NEEDS NO PUFFING (n commend It to the public, a the following -- ecz; rQ &ES Uow ; In 1S50 thoso now celebrated Mnohincs woro first offorod to tho public and in tho four yoars succeeding J, 000 were sold, Today To-day ovor that numbor aro wookly turned out from tho factory, and yet this immense sap-ply sap-ply is not equal to tho domnod. At the ond of tho yoar 1867. upward of 2ui,00 Machines were sold, and in tho following years, from '(is to "70, tho numcor had boon increased to upward of 500,000 MACHINES SOLD, One till i d of which were dlrpoied .' of within tlie preceding twelve months. From the foregoing Itwill bo soon that during dur-ing tho last throo yoars, tho solos have boon upward of fifty nor cent moro than during the wholo of the boy onto on previous yoars, THE PEOPLE'S VERDICT, after a acore of yeari thorough trial la that the SEVimO MAOHliE Is adapted to all hinds of work, sewing ai readily tho thickest and most Btubborn material ma-terial as tho linos t and most delicate fabrios; with a stitch, that for evonesB, perfeotion and durability is unoqualled. Accompanying each Machine are printed instruction, bo plain and easy of comprehension comprehen-sion that, although we recommend customers custom-ers to take at least one lesson from the Op. erator.it is soldom done purchasers seeing at a glance tho simplicity of the Alachino and completeness ofthe construction. Bo mo of the ADVANTAGE 8 OF THE SINGER MACHINES ARB Simplicity of "construction th ore fore lea liability to got out of repair., . ( , Bhort, straight needle loss liable to bend, break or skip tho stitoh. Tho shuttle is carried; friction, wear and tho necessity of groosing tho raco aro thus avoided. Readiness with which tho most inoxper-ienood inoxper-ienood can adjust the tonBion of the Inroad. Freedom from wear. After twontr yoars constant Borvioo these mochinos havonevor been knows to wear out. TUoy aro noiaoloss, rapid and oaey in all thoir movements. All our machines aro adjastod and put in thorough running ordor.by competent hand?, boforo delivery. Purahaaors therefore have no trouble, but can successfully oporato with thorn at onoo. THE NEW BUTTQH-HGLE M A Oil .IN E 8 aro thoroughly practical and will perform all that we claim for thorn. The Improved MANUFACTURING MACHINES for heavy work, are too well known to noed oinuiont. We uho keep in stook iho New Medium Noiseless MANUFACTURING MACHINES . Our stook of theHinger Sewins Machines' is vory ojtLonaive, tmbraoing every variety ol finish, from tho plain Machino, mounted on black walnut table, oiled, to the elaborate elabor-ate y pearled Machine, with cabinet case and folding cover in mottled black walnut, rose, wood, or mahogany highly polished. Every Machine U furnished with thosamo oomploto furnituro. including tho now hoin-mer hoin-mer (sewing all widths) and feller and bral- We guarantee our Sl&uhluei lu do ' Heniiulug,all wldthi Felling) Ileui-J Ileui-J itltcUlng) llraldingj Magic IluHllngi Kutbrolderlng (no chain atltch I Gathering and Sewing on at a a me i time, with or without a baud, on the edge or In the center) CordlcgiTuck-Ingl CordlcgiTuck-Ingl Q.uUtlnet Trimming) Binding all wldtlia and klnda, etc., etc., etc Two door loutb or tlie Eagle Emporium. Em-porium. WE DELIVER MACHINES Without A'lditirnial Charge TO AVI, PARTS UK Tills CITY i IS. All kinds of Sewing Machines i thoroughly Repaired on Uca-I Uca-I sonable Terms. j olfi H. B, CLAW80N, Supt HARDWARE. Buy the Best! THE BEST THE CHEAPEST! S T O YES HARDWARE ! TIN W A U 32 ! Closing out Cheap To make room Tor FALL STOCK! SEBEY&GO Opposite W. F. Si Co'i Office, s- SALT LAKE CITY Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work Lone to Order. '' Agents for' the patent Nickel-Plated Revolving SMOOTHIIYG IRO SOMETHING NEW. LOOK GUT fou'tuk Grand Opening : OF TIIE A1IF STORD ON MONDAY, OCT. 2nd. NEW STORE! - NEW GOODS! Half-a-block West of the j Eagle Emporium. "Wo take this opportunity to roturn thanks to our many patrons lor tlioir liberal patrounge in tho past, trusting by strict attention and economy in business .to warrant a continuation of tho samo. "Wo have at a great cxponso oroctcJ a building adapted 1'or tho business, and I have boon appointed by tho manufactu-j manufactu-j rcrs SOLB AGENTS for this Territory j for tho -r Non-Explosive Fluid, Best Quality of Gasoline, And all the moat Improved Patents In Light Oil ana Coal Oil Good. Ourcoondolo arrnnfjenionta with the rc-i rc-i finors of Coal Oil, dealing with tho nianulao-; nianulao-; turerd m ovory instance, shipping in bulk at the lowest rates and making a Bpeoialty of 1 thia business, warrant ub in being sanguine that wc can suily tho pooido of this Icrri-, Icrri-, tory with BETTER QUALITY OF; LAMPS AND LIGHT AT LOWER ;. RATES Than ever oll'ured m this market boforo Wo have a-largo and complete stock of all styles ol Chandeliers, Fcudants, IlaU Lights, Brackets, .-"''f Stand Lniujii, Hand LauijiM, Street Lauis, HcQeciorij, LnnteruB, KulliuaJ Luuirrui, Gas Geucratlug Humeral Preisure Uurueri, Coptlun Uurucm, Light OlUlmuciB, Coal Oil Durucrs, AU Kl, I , . A,'S"',I Chimneys, Porcelain Shades, Glass Globes, Paper Shades, Reflectors. VAPOR GAS STOVES, ALL STTI.R8. I Call and examine our stock and prices. j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I 5" Good? delivered to all part of tho oily free of charge. Families snppliod with lluid or oil at thoir houses, regularly, by leaving I their addreas. ! E. REESE & CO., Uair-a-blocU west .of Eagle Emporium Em-porium dj 0 AT S FOR SALE by the CARILOAD On RETAIL. ' THOS. R. JONES & CO, ll.lr-K-block South of V. C. Depot. turn , P7 ' "g bh M . O eh A 3 & 1 FIRE INSURANCE. mmm is Mcrohanla' Exchange Building. Fire anil Marine Insurance. CAPITAL, - . 8050,000. JOHN II. REDD1NOTON - Prcflidont. C1IAULE3 It. K'J'OUY, - - . SccrcLarv SE?-iM-.tVV0WA11U'- ' Vicc-l'relidSnU h'hmHpViw " " Mino Secretary. H. H. KIULLOW. - Uencral Manager. H. R. MANN, Arul fur Utiili Tcn iluiy, Oiltte, undcrlhc lUndlng Itoonm, ju28 bull Loku Oily SALT LAKE BRANCH Great Western FIRE INSURANCE C07, OF CHICAGO. TIIUO. F. HIACV, I'icfcidtut U. II. BAS3ETT, "1 J.1.? W.LAWnEKtBluirtclori CI1AS. L. OAIILEIl, J MARSHALL Jt CAUTEH, Attorney!. II. H. MANS, Manager. OFPICK : Under Salt Lake Reading Rooms. A Branch of this SOUND and HELI-ABLE HELI-ABLE $.3,000,000 COJlPAKi: Having been organized in our city, we are now ready for business and earnestly earn-estly solicit publio patronago, guaranteeing guaran-teeing that all fire risks will bo carried at a fair rate. H. R. MANN, SAri FRANCISCO TRADE. WILMERDIN3 & KELLOGQ, Importers and Jobliors of Wine3 and Liquors, 2M & 210 FRONT STKEKT, j SAN FUANCISCO. GRAND IIOTJtll. On Market, Now Montgomery and Ueooud Btreeia, 8Ar i-rtAircisoo, oaii. JOHNSON & Co., PaorRiETORs. it DAVISSON & CO., IMPOKTEIlS OF ABIKK1CAN, ENGLISH, FHKKCH AND GE11H Afi FANCY GOODS, Umall Wara, Pocket Cutlery, Perfumery, Yanhee Notions, Stationery, Dress Trimmings, White Goods, Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Linen IT dhchft, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc tor. Suiter aud Sansoiue Sis., J(JJ) SAN FRANCISCO. JNO. G. HODGE & CO., IMPOMEBS and Wholesale Stationers, Keep tuu largcuL stock or Stationery, Blank Boo lis, School Uookn, plnylnir Cards, Wrapping Wrap-ping Pniieri, Twines, Pocket Cutlery, &c, dc, On the Pacific Coast.wliich tlioy are prepared to boU either forGolil or Cnrroncy at price tbat will offr loducomoiiU for buyer auywliuro west of tlie Rocky Mountains. 327, 329 Si 331 SANSOME STREET, mil San Franc I ko; LOCKE & MONTAGUE, IllPORTEIta OF STOVES METALS, MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IX House Furnishing Hardware AND Tinner's Tools and Machines; AGENTS FOH Agricultural Steam BoilerSj 112 and 114 Battery Street, iu7 SAN FRANOISOO. Jamoe Spmauco, John Sprnanco, 0. 0. Chapman. J. & J. SPRUANCE, Importer! aud Wlioleaale DoaJera in WINES km LIQUORS, Jl 415 FRONT STREET, "Le.oA.Wv. 3. C. SOWUSOTii&CO., 1(U and i06 FRONT STREET, tjAN PnANOISCO, CAL. Offer the finest and most complete stock on the Pacific coast. Kefer to H. B. OLAWSON, Suo't of SS. O. I. J, QAUM & CO., Import ore and Manufacturers of MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING Ma Sniisome Sf.t San FruncUco. 15 Murray til., New York. fl) BfiiTTAN, H0LBR00K & CO Importers and Dealers in Stoves z Hanges, SHEET lElOa&TliS PLATE, Copper, Zliic, Sheet Lead, Wire, ruaips, Ijoad and Iron IMjao. tik s: US9 GOODS, Tools and Machinery and Qonoral HOUSE FURN1SHINO HARDWARE, Embraointr Plain, Japanned, Planished and Stamped Ware, Ko. Ill 113 Call form nm' Noi, 17 IB Da via Street!. MUBPHYjGRAMT & CO. Importers of Ainorioan and European HlniIe ami Fancy . DEY GOODS, WAN ITXIANOINCO, CALIFORNIA, Call the altention of the Trade to thoir Iiirgo and complete, stook of FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS, Wliidi thoy are now rcceirinir direct from .Luropoaii Jlanuluoturors, ooiui-rising 1 in part French Mcrlnoa, j Wool Satlnca, Wool Plulda, Krdiicu and Uormmi, ' Irlsli anil French I'opltna, Kmpresa Clotha, TnmUe, black and colored, Velveteena, Alpnunfl, black ami colored, SILKS, VELVETS, RIBBONS, ALSO C3- Xj O "V E S , Kid. Buck, Dorliu (Loaica', Missoa', Uoula') Gents' Underwear And nil kinds of j Gents' Furnishing Goods.1 Uosleryfcuuir,l,.i0 iu all If.i hi;u-M., White Goods, Ilnmlltci-chlcr, I Shirting Lliteits, I 1 Uullta, walbo and Loli.r,, 1 ' Damask, bruWU loom and 1,1 w Led 1 1 otvcla, UocU, DJliiu r, Torklb I Nitikla ami UoyllcB, Jl fc-U., Kto., Kit. Attention Miners 1 1 Wanted liiimcaiatily three him- ! Uri-il Ioiih of L'onil AlKil.'x. TIPKItOUS OALKSA auil COPPKIl UHE ut SCHEMER'S MLTIEanii BEFMG WORKS, At Union l'ort, Little CottoDwood. Rales for Smelling Ores frem $15 to P vtgS1' " porUalil and UUantltT. Z. C. M. I. COLUMN. Wholesale DEY GOODS DEFT Up Stairs, Emporium Buildings, j A full. Grat-olaaa stock of j STAPLE DRY GOODS, jSOTTOKS, BOOTS and SHOES AT LOW PllICES. Wholesale buyers and Co-operative Dealers please inspect. GROCERY-HARDWARE DEPARTMENT, CONSTITUTION BUILDINGS, Purchaser, can hore find An Immense Stock AND IN EACH BRANCH A GREAT VARIETY. IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS AND MACHINERY ALL ON THE PREMISES. ! Miners Supplies a Specialty j i FIRST-CLASS FITTERS AND I WORKMEH TO FILL ALL I ORDERS PROMPTLY. I : " : i ; i CLOTHING DEFT. i AND jlMP OETED j MANUFACTURED FROM i IIO.IIK-MADE, i FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH anil AMERICAN) FABRICS Fine Cassimeres, and Cloths ! Trimmings j On hand, for Gentlemen ordering ' their own. Retail Departm'nt, EMPORIUM BUILDINGS, THE FINEST DISPLAY AND ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, WE CUT IN ANY LENGTHS AT A SMALL ADVANCE ON WHOLESALE. This is the Department for Families. DRUG DEPT. Fancy and Staple Drugs, I'ATKiN'T MUDICIiVUN, 3F o i- ftimcr -y , LIQUORS IS GREAT VARIETY ; ENGLISH ALIO AMI POUTER, AVKltILL PAINT WHITE L KA I), OILS, COLORS i ii LASS. ETC. J'rescriptions from Phisictuns will have sjiccuit attention. Have ou hfind llic Largest and Kost Complete Stock in the City or WAGON TIMBER AND IRON OF ALL SIZES, Which they offer FIRST EAST STREET, HAI.F-A-UI.OCK SOUTO OF THEATBB m2r H. DINWOODETS New Furniture Store ON EAST TEMl'LV; STREET, is now o3Pn:ir. Una on Jui ml n verj Large Aaaort ment of ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE I Fine sola from $100 to 450. BedL'ojiu - .id 'rom to $250. Also at his Stand West offificat Market, First South St NEW YORK TRADE. ROBERTS, READ & CO., Manufacturer, audJobbor. of ,871 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. L. M. BATES & CO., 451 dt 45U Broadway, NEW YORK, 1 nironiLUs A?n joddirs is Fancy Dry Goods, HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, YANKEE NOTIONS, dee. J. II. BUL.GEH. Jul FELIX CAMPBELL, 79 John St, New York, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Wrought, Cait and Galvanized Aud every variety of fittings for the same. ml7 j C. A. Lonaatreet. Joha SoJswIck. LOiiGSTREET & SEDGWICK Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in j W&WS & SOYS' CLOTHING. 408 A.46 8 Broadway, New YorU, HENDERSON,JUSTICE&Co Suooeason to GritTen, TJondersoc k Co., I iUFORTERS AND JOBBBR8 OP FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, j 11 : X TO UT, I FURNISHING GOODS, ! ' ETC., 408 dt SOU BROADWAY, Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, I ns Now York. ILI , 1 I Th Great Equivalent Tho world j may be safely ohallongod to produce eo pcr-I pcr-I feet afiimalatioD of anything in nature aa Tarraut'i Seltzer Aperient , la of ita orlftloal, tlio Settler Spring of Ger-. Ger-. many. Tho Aponont, lioaed on a correct 1 analysis of tho Seltzer Water, is even superior supe-rior to tho mannl'actaro of Nature herself, because it contains all tho active mcdiainul properties of tho spring, unalloyed by nny of tho inert and uselofa particles found in all mineral fountains. Tho goinine articlo being secured, you havo tho Seltzor Water of Europe, purified and perfected, and probably prob-ably tbo best, tho most gonial cathartic and antibillious preparation on the face of tho earth. Sold by all Drugglilt. CHICAGO TRADE. CHASE, HAKFORD & CO., 51 South Water St., CHICAGO, Headquarters for Oils, Paints, Glass, 4c, Manufacturers of the celebrated WILSON OIL. TA.Nf YAH SCHAACK, STEVENSON & REID, W IIOLESALE DRUGGISTS Ocaleri In PAINTS, VARNISHES, OILS, DYE STUFFS, BRUSHES, Window Glass, Glassware1 Fatent Medloines, &o., &o. 00, 03 dt 01 Lake St., cor. Dear Dr With a largo experience in the Territorial trado, we feel sure of giving satisfaction li quality, prices and packing. jay 20 Lake Shore Oil Works, j MAXWELL, WHEELER & CO., Manufacturers of ! Engine, Signal, Tallow, Lard an j WOOL OILS. Dealers in Headlight Carbon, iWhale, j Elephant, fcje&l and Sperm Oils, , Agents for tbe sale of PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.; Agonta of the Went Virgin U OU and Oil Land H UHTFACTUILIR9 Or EXCELSIOR TAR, ROOF AND IRON PAINT for Tlu and SUmgleAooGi, Bridge Tim ben, Ac Factory, CHICAGO. Office. - 393 & m Illinois St., 103 S. Water Street, iU PAGE, 1IRO.& CO., Importers and Dealers in LEATHER AND FINDINGS 5 0 Lake Street, CSICAGQ. ILL M. D. WELLS & CO., Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealer! in Boots and Shoes. 114 dt 110 Wabash Ave, Chicago. M. D. Wells, H. J. Maofarlani, R. Ucnodict. mil S. P. Mclntyre. DIEBOLD & KIENZLE, Successors to Diebold, Bahnuuin k Oo CELEBRATED CINCINNATI FIRE ASD BUKQLAK PROOF And Sargent's Magnetic and Antomitio Bank R eZZZ PRATT & COVERT, General AganU 86 "Washington St., Coicago. II. B. CLAWSON, Snpt. Z. C. M, I, Agent for Utah. Territory. n50 HOUSE B-11. Skinner, Proprietor. Comer Welle and fUfPff RandolpH Streets, UllluAu Ul This Houso is oentrHllv located, well ftar aishod, and contains 250 Rooms. BENEDICT, HALL & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO jflos. 131 and 13 GKAK1 STKEET One Block East ol llroadwtiy, 1 NEW YORK. : Z. C. M. I. BOOT AND SHOE I ! 1)ciui1iiioii, :t tlie ol 3?3:e; "big boot." i . Kwry M yli: uml qunlily of Rn.Xa nnd 8hoos i TO OHPKU, satiric- ALWAYS ON IIANDA l.AUtiH AN I OHUK'K STOCK (!' 110)115-Jl A I)E ,m!,;i BOOTS A N 1) SHOES A KUl.li ASSOUTMKNT OF Shoe Findings, Horse Collars and all kinds of Leather If. 11. CI.AWNON, SlTl-KRlNTKNnNT.