MEDICAL, W.F.ANOERSON.M.D. H. J. RICHARDS, M,D, Surgeons and Physicians, Offices, for the present, at their respective residences in the Utn and 17th Wards. rgggX DR. GROVES, ExTYYTj Dentist, ' OHlce And South St., Salt Likt City. Three doors West of Revere House, half a block East of the KlephanL Store. orrici nouis raon 9 a.m. to 5 r.u. ml J. D. THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, Offers his professional services to the people of Salt Lako City, Residence at Bulivar Roberts' brick house, opposite St. Mark's Church. jyi8 0. G. ORMSBY, M. D. I PHYSICIAN, SUKGEON AND 1 DKUGGIST, UR.lGIIA.ai CITY, UTAH. f F. II. SIMMONS, M.D., Ihysidan, Surgeon and Accoucheur, Office Main Street. Over Taylor k Cutler's store. J. M. & F. I. BENEDICT, SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS, Office Over Calder Bro's Music Emporium, si BATHS, BATHS! Warm Spring Buths ! Private and Plunge. ThMe celebrated bat hi are open to the pnbllo at all moods. Thoir medicinal proportlea are so widely , known that It 1b needless to enumerate them. BratdM the Private Baths, the large and handsome-Ij handsome-Ij fambhod Plunge Bath for Ltvllea end TiUlstDm ara now open. II. ARNOLD. HOTELS, ETC. TOWNSEND HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY. THE LEADISG HOTEL OF UTAH. JAMES TOWNSEND PROPRIETOR. This House is centrally and pleasantly located, lo-cated, well furnished, and has accommodations accommoda-tions for 150 guests. THE PROPRIETOR is now preparing to build large additions to his Hotel, whieh when finished, will render it the Most Complete Establishment in tho ROfKY MOUNTAIN REGION I AMERICAN HOTEL, A Select and First-Class House. ONE BLOCK. EAST OF THEATRE, SALT LAKE OITY. TermS3.00 perday, Board lrlth-oiitroanil lrlth-oiitroanil $12,00 per week. Ballis Tree to guests. J. C. LITTLE, jun24 Proprietor. TAYLOR'S HOTEL, ON THE EU ROPEAN PLAN, EAST TEMPLE STREET, West SLIe. Rooms with or without board by tho day or week. RESTAURANT OPEN AT HI REASONABLE HOURS, Fresh Oysters In every style. TAYLOll & CTJTLErt, Proprietors. n2.J New Comercial Loilps House, Noar foot of Commercial Street, N 1 ICm, t OPEN ALL NIGHT. C. W. TAPPAN, Proprietor. Spring Be.jH, ftO ctt. iter Night, or S.jU per Week) single rooms, 75c ol5 CENTRAL HOUSE, LITTLE COTTONWOOD, T. F. Fuller. Proprietor. To tho Public This house- is now refitted and oon for travelers at reduced ratos. H6 Hoard and Lodging, by week. $13.00-Meals, $13.00-Meals, 60c. Bods, Too. Moats at all hours, n-0 UTAH HOTEL-main HOTEL-main ST., OUDEIV. The only frsi-class Mouse in the City, (Formerly known as tlio White llou,)i It la frrcntl y enlnrgrit, thoroughly rrnovnliil, it fu i ill He tl aud jrovl-U'd jrovl-U'd n-ltli Bur ltuoiu, Umber Shop and UatU lloomi. Omnibus to mi J from all trains. PnpiiRcn Rolua Hnt from gait Lake City may now unl Hie milt'iuant l.-uk of au curly niorn-in niorn-in ridr oil the L'tnli Central lUllroad hy coming to i)glou tho pro t io in urouing. EUDEY & WILLIAMS, old l'r.iliriutors. Phil. Margetts Has closod his place of busings bus-ings on Hooond Soxitli Ot-i and forthofuturo will attond to tlio wants of his friends at his NEW ESTABLISHMENT, GO 3Tix fit Soxitli St, Where hi- ill keep constantly on hand bcsio; ALE. PORTER, STOUT, JOULK'S STONE ALE, KM.I3AI.K 1XL) RKT1IU "rk-KN" I'elchrnteil Ale nud Porter, W HpMcr'i Lnptr ltecr, cirMu : roBACCO and cigars. dn o.xJi:Fo:Rasn:.A. CHOP HOUSE AND r ' OYSTER SALOON, t 1 ty.WDIS f STEVEXS, Prop'rs, T hMflE STREET, ' -r - Thro, door, belowSeeoiid South St., SALT LAKE CITY. PEiN DAYAKD NIGHT, f LEGAL. DANIEL S. DANA, ATTORN E T - A T - L A W, SaltLftkc City, Utah. Office Temporarily No. iO first South St., West of Theatre. Especial attention siren to Mining liti-gotion. liti-gotion. di!7 Wm. HAYDOX, (Tte J ii J go of -1th District Court, NoTada, ATTORNEY-A T-LAW, Room No.l, Trowbridge DuilJinp, Enst Tem-fle Tem-fle Street, opposilo the Salt Lake 11 o use. nl A. IHJGGAN, Attorney nud Counsellor-nt-Law, Office, abovo Daft's old store, Opposilo Wells, Fargo Sc Co.'s, Salt Lako City, Uuh. dlT E. M. BARNUM, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW, Office, Kimball's Block, S, L. City. Special attention given to Titles, Negotiations, Negotia-tions, Sales or Litigations in Mining Claims and Heal Estate. Collections taado or business dono in any part of tho United States by Association of reliable Attorneys. ; dl? SETI1 M. BLAIR, Attorney-at-Laxo and Mining Agent t OFFICK : At residence of Col, Uo?ca Stout, dlti 3. 11. Hempstead, M. Kirkratrick HEMPSTEAD & KIRKPATRICK, Attorueys-at-Law, 1 Main Stroct, opposite Wells, lfargo & Co.. salt lakk city, t22 Z. SNOW. B. D. EOGE, SXOAV & HOGK, BVttorney-s and Counselors at Law Suit Lake City, Utah. Offlcoat Suow'a corner, Ut Kmt Btreet. JuS Wm. Y. LOVELL, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, Will practice in tho Courts of Utah. OFFICE Kimball's Block, opposite Towosend Ilouiso. do JONATHAN C. ROYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Salt Lake City, Utall. Office Godbo Building, 2d Floor. Hesi-dence Hesi-dence on 3d East street, between South and 1st South streets. e20 S. P. McCurd?. C. H. Morgan AlcCCKDY & MORGAN, Attorney s-at-Law, Ofpicr Room 5 up stairs, over Taylor &. Cutler's Storo, a29 SALT LAKE CITY. 1-' i T O H i!c MANN. Attoineys-at-LaWj Ofiice. First South St., Fourth door east of Hooper, Eldredge & Go's Bank. Salt Lako City. a2S C, D. U AX D V. C. K. GIL 6 II HIST. HAKDY & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Aud Solicitors In Chancery, Oftioo Main Street, Salt Lako City, U, T. nlo . V. OOOfER, ATTOKNEY AND COUNSELLOR, OHlce Exchange and Reading ltooiun, up-atalrs. ju28 SALT LAKB CITT. Warner Karl), P. M. Smith. EARLL & SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALT LAKE CITY. East Temple Street, one door south ef a2U Qodbo's Storo NOTARIES PUBLIC, A. S. GOULD & SON, CONVEYANCERS, W Slininn Dooda. AKTomoIlU nd Bond! forDeoils. UorlBagoa. i'owors. of Attornoy, Leaies? Oonlracu d other ""?Zt,,h ritim drwn with acouraoy and dupnton. Allnlug Compaulci Iiicorpor.-tcd.umler Iiicorpor.-tcd.umler tUe L.wi of VtH. A. S. GOULD, NOTARY FUMIilO and COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for New York, Massachusetts, Pcnnsylva-nia.OHio, Pcnnsylva-nia.OHio, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, California, anJ. other States and Territories. Ter-ritories. East Temple St., near Wells, Fargo it; tfo., Salt Lalce City. uiU . Wm. Clattos, S. J. Josassos. Notary Public, Conveyancer. CLAYTON & JONASSON 1AY strict attention to tho collection of monuy in all larls of tho world. They a'so draw or acknowledge all kinds of instruments in writing. Speclnl attention given to tho drawing of Wills and lestamuilory Documents. Docu-ments. Loans neBtlJ.toJ. Mines, Houses and Heal hdtalo of all kinds buuKbt. suld or loaded. Inrorporatloil and Partnership Tuners of every description drawn in atrlct accordance with the laws ot Utah- OKFIC K Fouvtli door south of uoilbc'a coi ner. n'23 HOltACJi 1'OTTKH, REAL ESTATE AGENT. Convpjiincc cnreftjlly drawn up f"r tlio fnlo nuJ L.'H4ing "f llousw mid Lois, Stores, Olllcci und l,au.K n.-b-1)li:.t. ' OKKICE-No. -T Taylors Building, oppposite Salt Uku Uoiiw, Salt Lako City. dl CITY LIQUOR STORE, Keop constantly on hand. Wholesale and Itelail, Choice Imnortcd LIQUORS AND WINES, At Lowest Rates. OROKSOKCK'S BClLDISOg, all Eul Tempi Street. CHOICE Ghrislmss Meats! GARRETT & WOOD nAVE the Finest Display of Meats in tho city. II K K F, MITTOS, LAM 11, FORK. The public arc invited to call and eismine (or thcuiselrc?. Stall No. 1, City Meat Market. tit- BANKERS. WELLS, FARGO & CO., Express Forwarders, Bankers, and DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. Drafts on Europe, and all the principal prin-cipal cities of the United States. EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS Promptly attended to. Kast Temple St., Salt Lake City. THKO. F. TRACY. AgenL mil Thoi. R. Jones, A. W. Whito BANKING HOUSE Of A. V. WHITE St, CO., EAST TEMPLE STREET, a30 Bait Lake City. FIflST IATIQIAL BAIK HF IM, (Successors to flussey, Dahlcr at Co.) Wakeiv Huesit, C. L. Dahlkk, President. Vice Prost. Antuukt Oodbi, Cashier. Salt Luke City, Utah ; Also connecting offices at Ogdon andCorinno, Utah, and Virginia and Helena, Montana. Doalers in Cold Dust, Coin ami Currency, Draw hlxohango on New York, Chicago, St- Louis. Omaha. Denver, ban t'raucisco, and all parts of Europe. : Collection Promptly Attended To. mil Bank of Deseret, Successor to HOOPER, ELDREDGE & Co., Corner East Temple aud First South Streets, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. PAID UP CAPITAL, - 8100,000. BRIG HAM YOUNG. Prcsidant.l H. S. liLDKEDGE, Viae Pres. WM. H. HOOPUll, WM. JENN 1NG S. Directors. JOHN SHARP, FEKAMOKZ LITTLE, L. S. HILLS, Cashier, J Dal in GOLD DUST, COIN, EXCHANGE, LAND WARRANTS, COLLEGE. COL-LEGE. SCRIP, Ac. Collections made and promptly remitted, re-mitted, FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOR SALE. si;s HARDWARE. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOR STOVES ! NOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOK S T O "V" IE S Over One Hundred Different Kinds and Styles to Select from. Including tlio Olu KaYOi-llca, Charter Oak, New Era, Monitor, Inland Empire Superior, Etc., Those. as well as other varieties will be SOLD CI1EAPEII AT TUB Hardware Dep'nt OK Z. C. 2h. X. THAN IN ANY OTIIKR HOUSE IN THIS TERRITORY. II. U. CLAWSUN, all Superintendent. C. H. BASSETT, HARDWARE STORE All kinds of HEAVY HARDWARE, Iron Ami Meel, Stoves and Tin Ware BLACKSMITH TOOLS, Agricultural Implement And Kilning Tools, At Lowest Kates. OPPOSITE SALT I.AKK HOUSE Sift Monitor and Magnet Consolidated Consoli-dated Silver-Lead Mining Company. LOCATION oT Works. Little Cottonwood, tialt Luke County, Uuh Territory. Notice is hereby given, that a meeting of tho Board of Trusteoa of f aid Coin pany. held on the 4th day ol UcL-embor. A. 1ST, nn assessment (No. 1.) of twenty-five oents per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Company, jinyblo imtiiodiiitoly, in United Stiitei oid ;ois, to the Secretary, at the ollice of tho Company, Itooms tl and 27, Merchants Excliaiiuo, California Street, Sun Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on. the TWENTY-Tlllttl) TWENTY-Tlllttl) DAY OK ,IANIrAKY 1S72 will bo deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised adver-tised for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall bo niado before, will be sold on SATURDAY tho seventeenth day of February, S72, to pity tho delinquent assessment, assess-ment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of tho Board of Trustees. LOUIS KAPLAN7, Renretarv. Office, Rooms 26 and 27 Men.hit h v'baiu- ; California street, San Kr.ui-i.-i;u, C! JJl New Year!: THE MAMMOTH Boot, Shoe and Hat STORE, DUNFDRD i Ml Dave on band, and arc constantly'rc-coiving constantly'rc-coiving a largo and varied stook of BOOTS AND SHOES Ifats and Caps, GENTS' GLOVES, Gents' Furnishings, ETC., Which tlicy are Senilis at a Small Advance on Easlern. fost FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FURS AT COST! jan 21 ZU.UUUlRON AND STEEL At C. II. RasKctl's. Oppoalt Salt Laki Houit. nib -r LUMBER YARDS. ITAHAXD CALIFORMA LUMBER COMP'Y, Incorporated July 17, lSfl. CAPITAL STOCK, - - $75,000. Dealers in all kinds of' Building Material L V JIBKR, DOORS, WINDOWS, VEMCTIAN BLINDS, ALL KINDS MOULDINGS, CIUCO SUGAR PINE, CEILING, DING FLOORING. CALIFORNIA RED WO OD, RUSTIC SIDING, FLOORING, ETC., ETC, ETC Orders for Mill Timbers promptly filled. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AMD MOULDINGS. Main St., five doora south of Walkcr'B All businoss done through tho President of the Company. Offices Lumber Yard, one block south of Kailroad Depot. E. II. BARRON, President. D. W. PARK II URST, Secretary. CHARLES UAHLER, juy21 Treasurer. LUMBERYARD. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS ALL KINDS "OF LUMBER. T. It. J0XES & CO., Half-a-blook s"uth of U. C. Depot mj3 EI DINGTOS'S Two Blocks BOiitli Of Ue U. C. R.n. Depot, and next to Wm. Jennings' Jen-nings' Taivner. Tho yard is kept constantly supplied by several saw-mi Us with A Full Assortment of Native Lumber. V'.E. ihe jifUronneo of hi" i.'i.i friends, jua hy r-ur"' m-, " : .-"nee in lnisinocF 'i.M",- to u' :u of 1 1 l- su p I L. FO'l SM.K T". Li-." " ' ok'ck ! "i li- :l 1 For parikuurs cEr-iire of j anB25 WM. EDDINQT0N. The Place to Buy YOUR GLAZED SASH, BLINDS, AND PANEL DOORS, For Quality ani Prico, Imported or Home-made, IS AT LATIMER, TAYLOR &, CO'S PLANING MILL, Snsh and Door Factory, One block wc.t ofTabcrnaclc. di; SPECIAL NOTICE TO Claimants of Real Estate in Salt Lake City. A. . GOULD & SON, Ilnst Temple eU, '. Hcid's buildinc.l All R prepared to draw, in strict sn-r-.rd-jin-c with law. the nce?--.iry d""bra-;iun d""bra-;iun ol all person.- cluiming lo be entitled to any portion of tho l:ind incltidtd in the entry r, the tewn 'ito "l t- 1 1 Lal:o City, male by Hon. D. li, Wellp, Mayor. ar MISCELLANEOUS. FINE HOLIDAY MEATS. Jennings & Paul, ST-AJL NO. 7, CITY MEAT MARKET, IJnve a large display of choice meal?, consisting; of BEEF, MUTTON & PORK In the frrealest variety tho market affords, af-fords, winch they oiler O II A P , WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Call and examine their 3F" J3l. T HOGS, Brod and fed by Mr. Sharp "Walkhr, and Mr. AY. Jxxxixos. d COALKOALI Ilnvlng purchased (he Spriggs Coal Mine We are prepared to eupply tut Justly celebrated WEBER GOAL liy car load or retail. Depot at V. C. ' R. R. Yard. O (licet Exchange and : Reading lloomi. BATE MAN & BUEL. B9 XV. II. lllUD.Asint, MUSEUM AND I MENAGERIE. .Opposite the entrance to tho T&bornacle. JOHN W. YOUNG, - Proi. , Admissiou, 50 cts. Children, 10 " Open from 9 a,m. to 6 p.m. Native Mineral!, Petrifactions, Concretions Con-cretions and Crystallizations. Rome Products, Kativ and Foreign Curiosities Cu-riosities t tCo. Compound Electro-Magnetia Apparatus, Appa-ratus, &o. Prof. J. L. BARFOOT, mnagr. W Schools and Families by private arrangements ar-rangements admit tod at rcducod rates. Utah Silver Mining Company limited. To Coal Burners I AVAN1EDI IMMEDIATELY, Y 50,000 Bus. Charcoal, Clean and well burnt. To bo delivered in quantities of not loss than l.iXfj bushels at Sandy Station. Apply to N. P. Woods, agent, Sandy Station, Sta-tion, or to PHILIP A. EAULE, Host, Secretary; Smelling Works. Bingham Canon. d27 LADIES. SmCIaL 17CTICE FAfiHIOiyAE'. ;.i.WSE7 ESTABLISHMENT. Mrs. Colebrook iias oi'eni:d hku NEW STORE, With an entire now stock of LADIES HATS AND Eonnets, The choicest ftne.ls ever brought into this city; also a very uno assortment of Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons, Blonds, Collars, AM FANCY HOTMS for ii HOLIDAYS, 5 doors south of her Old Stand. Z. C. x. d: XEW MEDICAL WORK! "THE PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE." For the Debilitated Nervous Hyiirm. nR .I'll: DAN, of tho Annlnmicnl Mu--eutn, HIS Montgomery street (ncsr California), Califor-nia), tan i'mnnjco. C.iliffirnin. has published pub-lished lour nf Ins in'ifi innxTtnnt Brii jn. nructivo Lecture in a neat ultimo for th"f0 who cannot attond the L'-ctorciat thoMti-fcnin. thoMti-fcnin. J-ivtry L'nuiiirn'od and Married - liould road and (udy tlieso im pnrUM Let urea lor the good of hiiiuolf and ofl-.priig. ofl-.priig. liy addressing the S-cnMary r.f the Ana tfimical .Mu.-i'iim. San J-'rsnciK-n, ai.d enduing endu-ing Twceiy-i-ivo Onl in i'..t:tgo xtiiiiir- to pny I'oMiJtce. thr Jo.,k will be Jorwnrdid lo any p:rt ;l lb" S'ntos or Ttrrit mip- Jr. Jordan cm be con-ultwl hy Iciiir. TRAVEL. GILMER & SALISBURY'S DAILY STAGE LINES TIlltOVGU Utah, South-east Xevadii & Montana, Mon-tana, Leaving Salt Lake CM y Dally, run. II lug frOUltl to Tintic, American Fork, Mount Nebo, Sevier, St. Georire, Utah ; and Pioche, .Novada ; Passing through Provo, Sprincville, Spanish Fork,Pay-pon. Fork,Pay-pon. Salt Crek, Clue-ken Creek, Round Valley, Fillmore, Corn Creek, Heaver. Miuers-viHe, Miuers-viHe, and All the principal towns and mining camps in southern UUih and south-east Nevada. Also leave Cor time, VtnTa dally, running north to Virginia City, Helena, Fort Bcdiod, Deer Lodge, Cedar Creek mice, aud pas.sini? through all the principal towns and mining min-ing camps in Montana, Mon-tana, PRINCIPAL OKP1CK, Wells, Fargo & Co. Building jun4 Salt Lnk City. UTAH CENTRAL it AILKO.il. ou -id -fttr itiii.u- , July i :, Ial!y TralMiH Leave Salt Lake City at 5 a-m. and i(i i,m Arrive at Ogden T a. ui, and 4;o p. m. Leave Ugdcn at 8 a. ui. and i.ij j. ui. Arrive at Salt Lake City 10 a,m. and 7:30 p.m kin addition to tho above Will rnn DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED Leaving Salt Lake City at 5.30 r.in., and Ogden at 5 a.m. Passengers will please Purchase tlielr Tickets at the OfTUes. Fifty Cents additional will bo charged whet the faro is oollocted nn tho train. For all information concerning freight or postage, apply to D. n. C M.DKll, General Freight and Tioket Ag't JOHN SHARP, srrEiiiNTrxnENr Lon Winos. JI. p. Kimball. SALT LAKE, And Tintic CtaQ and Exprr RUNNING) D AIL V IfUOIfll SALT LAKE CITY, via LA1CK TOWN, TOOK L1C CITY, STOCKTON AND OP II III TO TIN TIC Tho route has boon re-studied with splendid splen-did Concord Coachop. fine btorlt, rni oful uf d attentive Drivers, and overy nttontion is paid to the oomfor' .in 1 convenience of pasHcn-gars. pasHcn-gars. Good accommodations on the roxitf. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. Offloa at Walls, Fargo A Co.'s, Salt Lake til-. WINKS & KI.MUALL, H fropriotflra. UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. MIXED TRALNS RXJisr DAILY. ! LcaviDR the Utah Central Depot, Salt Lake City, at T.Jua.m.; Dr:ipT 0.40 p.m., and Sandy Staliun, nearest point to Little Cottonwood Canon,) at 0.1U p.m. FAKES : Salt Lako to liie f-.tf-n wj'j 1 ;-;tion, '' UrHi.cr Twenty-five cent- nd-i it' - nil will lie rhargod When tho lure u (.(,! I ,;. -J i-n the train. KKKA3KJHZ L1TTLB D. O. CAT. D K it, .Uea. i'reisat and I.;kot Acent.