Commerol&l. Salt Lake City, Dec. 2'J. Uot.D. Buying, 107; selling, 109. New Ybar's Tka-Paktt at the INSTITUTE! fS) Loir for Presents at the Pioneer Limp rit ore. d'M Go to Hie Crystal Palace, 78 Main street, for furniture, Bedding; Crockery, Crock-ery, China, Glass, Silverware and house hold goods generally. i-)0 Fashionable Hats at Siegel Bru'i. olO Salb to-day and to-night Large invoice in-voice of assorted goods to be closed out at Crystal Palace, 78 Main street. (i-;d Pioneer Lamp Store, nearly opposite oppo-site the market, 1st South street. d'-iO A Good Joke. John McDonald calls the attention of the Ladies to his largo assortment of LADIES' AHI) MISSES' PUKS, which ho will sell tifiv per cent, below cost, at his store on Main street d2D Tuk Madonna of Madrid! That splendid Chromo will bo sold for One Dollar to-day, at the Great Original Dollar Store, 10:i Kimball Block, opposite oppo-site City Meat Market, J li'J Pine Furnishing Goods at Siegel Bro's olO I New Skatixu Hall will be opened in Faust's Building, Second Smith St.. on Saturday evening. One hundred pairs of Plympton's Patent Skates roddy for service, on a splendid new floor. Music in the gallery. V27 P. A. WELDON. Danforth Fluid at the Pioneer Lamp Store. dSO Bint.ES. A .splendid assortment of FAMILY BIBLES, beautifully illustrated, illus-trated, containing Album for Photograph Photo-graph Pictures, for sale at Dwyer's. d2S Mining Sale. During these dull times it is pleasing to learn that a boua-fidc boua-fidc sale of mining property in Cottonwood Cotton-wood has been made. The amount paid in cash was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Our miners if they will work their mines up to a selling standard, will fiud that there is capital enough oat and abroad to buy at a fair price all they will develop. Ln a . few days we will be able to give uauiosj and particulars oV the above dlulJ i transaction. ! (i V RR !" i' W T., i;..... '. 1 1 i; :. 1 ibl- lion at Liinir jinll jirn.-st lamb in t'nu markd, raised by John Lambert, of Rhodes' Valley; a mammoth calf raised by James Smithies, and fat beef raised by James Davis, of tho same place. They invite tho public to call and see thorn. d2-l iS'rw Year's Tea-Party at tho In'stiti'Te. Tickets at Tribune office, Kimball and Lawrence's and Mr. Manning's. Man-ning's. &-0 Coal Oil at tho Pioneer Lamp Store. iVM New Year's Tea-Party at tho INSTITUTE. dSU Examine the new style Prince Al-rxis Al-rxis Hat, just received by L. Cohn at the California Store. dlf Diaries for 18,2. D1AKIES for 1872. 140 ditlerent stylos, from -Wc, to .'i.UU 0:ici ' rttlo J. DVl'Y iMt'S CJksts Attention. Ed. Harris, at tho Littlr CiOAR Stork "round tho corner," koops tho best imported Havana Hav-ana and Domestic Cigars, Tobacco and Notions. C'omo and judgo for yourselves. your-selves. Three doors east ot Post Otlico. s20 I (Jo sek the 1t.h:misation on Sat-lurday Sat-lurday night, at the Pioneer Lamp store. j For lino White and Woolen Shirts' ! go to Siegel Bro's. olO i I Just Arrived, two more car loads i of plain Fl'liNiTL ltB at II. Din-I Din-I woodoy's. Tlie who did not get served lnt time will now have a oliarteo, d22 Gasoline Stqtxs at the Pioneer Lamp store. d:;u Largo stock of fine and heavy boots at Siegel Bro's. o24 Go to Gko. Chandler's stall and see j the Mammoth OX, raised by George! L. Myrick, weighing -1,224 lbs. All : kinds of Mkat and Came on hand and I for salo at the lowest rates. dSi i Chandelier's and Bracket Lamts at tho Pioneer Lamp store. d:'.0 Overcoats, a fine assortment, at Siegel Bro's. olO. (Jutti.no & Go's Culifornia Canned Fruits and Jellies are tho bet in thn market. Ask your grocor for them. t si) i Hare Business Ciiaxce. For sale, tho California Store, Main street, with lot twenty-tivo front, a hundred and sixty-fivo feot deep. Apply to E. B, Shoebridge, on the premises, or at tho Herald uilicfl. s21 Free of Cost Our Tr- i I.A.Ufs. Com and get ono overrdy. at Pioneer Lamp Store. vl r.VB5"WPT--" - TC HKfiiM.. - J 1,1 . K uiL 1 .i ; - v. ki - ' 1 Dl-AJNU , 'V !nr''i 1'V Ji ( , otnisLii rinu Jnu-r;'-, N-. k. a-ui sold i ail drugg :!. " hotel. arrivals. Dec. 29. townsend house. David Hillstead, England. salt lake HOUSE. W S Lott, II W McGath, Ophir city. DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS By Wines & Kimball's Stages. Lcktq Office of Wollt, Fargo A Co. diiily, at 7 .m.; arrive at 4 p.m. ' D. -2 SI. TO OPHIR, STOCKTON, ETC. E Cox, Mr Miller, E B Kelsey, Jno Franks, L M Wheeler, W Walker, Jas Hutchins, W McCost. FROJI OPHIR, STOCKTON, ETC. Thos liithcll.O E Bates, J Selz, Mr McGath. OGDEN DIRECTORY. First-class Business Houses. MERCHANTS. Wntker llroi Iters, Zlnn'n Co-op. ilIercaiKlle IiillUutton, Jnmrs IIorrockM, C Wood in ixunec, F. Auerbni li A Urn. IIOTKL. Ugilcil Ilouae, .luliu Malum, l'i.ii iu(ur. LI V BUY STABLE, O. G. NcIkou, Proprietor. n m UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY., General Freight Department, UMiuii December 20. JS7I. SPECIAL NOTICE. On anj after January 1, ls72, all Social Rates and Contracts of evorv nnUro, not id nccordanco with tbe recular print oJ Tarifl'. j I Classifications, and Kulea ofthU Uoniaaj, ' will terminate and become roM. j ' Approval: K. P. VINISfi, T. K. SIUKKLS, i.en'l freight AM- i hiuQeraJ Sup'l ill) WM. P. APPLEBY, nAYTNil praviiW himself with uilnMfl Jjlsnk;, is prepare! to draw up Declaratory S I at em )il of Applicants Appli-cants for Dctd to CHy I.oti. Offico -Bit'l Temple Street, fir.U door nrth of Commerce Uuildhik'. il'J COAL. ( Wt 'G to ihe adv.incc in transportation, the price until further notico will be at Depot $14. nn per ton. W. II. 11IRP, CiKO. CKIS.MO.V, di;.i F. A. MITCI1KLL. ! NOTICE. rriiKUK will he a uiecting of tho Trustee 1 of the I'TMI AND CALIFORNIA l.TMLKK COMPANY h.-ld at tho ollicc o the Coinpar,? in Salt Lai.o City on tho l'th d.:y of -I.in iarv. ;, for :fie election of o Hirer.- ami for tao Iran-nation of such o ( br luif incjs as my come hcloro it. D. W. PATtKHTRST. Secmarr. .Salt Llce City, U. I., bccmier I slVJ MISCELLANEOt'S, UTAHCENTRAL RAILROAD NOTICE. A FTER January 1st. 1S72. tho Coupons of jT- the Uiah Ceniral Railroad Bonda will be paid at ihe Bank of Deserct; GEORQE SWAN. Secretary. HaltLnko City. U. T., December Hth.lSTl. dl'". S25 SAVED I5y Buying' THE WILSOIT Lock Stitch Shuttle SEWING MACHINE AT J. Dayxes & Co.'s Two doors en.t of Fait Office, SALT LAKE CITY. Warranted for Five Years ! CALL AND SEE THEM. SEWING MACHINES For Family and Manufacturing 1 . FufiiGi'bS, i Embody all that is now iia"f,,"nl su".vii.;: Machines. Taey are th latoet impro.."-'. ni: i V .-lit i ( rtinniup 'huitle mnfhinfm in u..a - : .'. .uh ,-,..a, : m u: c ,un . u'r. iL--!ioii in miner ii. mn: ;'mia. T'ley ovoiyth::1? t'roui to hoavcr clot ii in t,.u most perfect mauuer. Kvry vtu-lcty of Ilemiulug, Fclllug. Q.tilltlng, Cording, RiilHlnff, Piping, Tubing, Fringing, II m Stitching etc., eailly pei formed. Straight Needle. No Cog-wheels, NO VIBRATING SPRINGS. Every Machine Warranted as Representor. SitleMroom on Flrat Soutli Street Suit Luke City, opposite the Neiv Meat Itlarkcl. IRA PFOUTZ, juylft Agent. FlfSE iNSURAHGE. El ig Merohants' Eichaugo Euildinc Fire and Marine Insurance. CAPITAL, - - $05 0,000. JOHN H. REDDINGTON, - President. ClIAItLliS II. STORY. - - - Secretary. GEO. H. nOWAltD, - - Vice-President. N.B.EDDY, - - - Murine Soorotary. j H. H. BIGELOW. - General Managor. H. R. MANN, Agent for Utah Territory, j Omcc, under the Reading Rooms, ju2S Salt Lako City SALT LAKE BRANCH OF TIIE Great Western FIRES INSURANCE CO'Y, OF CHICAGO. TI1KU. F. TRACY, President C. II. BASSETT, 1 I1KSHY W.LAWRKSCK Director CUAS. 1. DAHLKH, j MARSHALL . CART Kit, At! orntyo. II. R. MAUN, Manager. OFFICE ; Under Salt Lake Reading Rooms. A Branch of this SOUND and RELIABLE RELI-ABLE $5,000,000 COMPANY Having been organized in our city, we arc now ready for business and carn-. carn-. estly solicit public patronage, guaranteeing guaran-teeing that ail fire risks will be oarricd . nt a fair rate. H. R. MANN, til n..g.r. ! ' fi'ISGELLAfiEOL'S. J ARRIVED ! J. Last. I ! jJUST IW TIME FOR NEW YEAR! A H.K STOCK OF DKESS FLAXNELS, j LIXSEYS, ! WATERPROOF CLOTU, I DKLAIXKS. j OIN'GUAMS, : COTTON' liATTLNG, ; SHEETING, ! BLEACHED, KENTUCKY JEAN'S, j &c, ic, ,o. 'low fob cask ! TAYLOR k CUTLER'S, I EAST TEMPLE ST. aujt2S Madame Josephine Edmonds, JiYDJA.V AND BOTAXIC PHYSICIAN. 20 Years Practice IN the treatment of di;ea?c3 incident to Femnlos. lt:ia placed .Mudnino Edmonds at tho bead of all physicians maKiup such practice a epociaky, and enables her to guarantee a sjieedy and pormancnt euro in tho worstcases of suppressions, and all other mcnftural derangeiucnia. Ladies will find in .Madame Edmonds a skillful pliypician, and it is for their interest to consult her in all diseases incident to women, before tampering tam-pering with" poisonous nostrums, nuaek Doctors Doc-tors and humbugs. Maditmo Edmunds describes de-scribes disease- without any information from tho patient, and cures without the use of mercury or os peri meats, thus saving from wrong treatment for private, chronic and cancer diseases. Correspondence strict l confidential. Uffico and residence Whit' House. Main Street, up :-tair3. Patienu visited at their residence when desired. j8Docton Edmonds, Madame Josephine's husband, will attend to malo patients. LEGAL SUMMONS. In tlic District Court of tlie Tlilrd Judiclnl District of (lie Territory of Ulali. Salt Lake County, September Term, Win. S. Ucdbo and Fred- . A.D. J&T1. eriok A.Mitohell. partners! part-ners! d o i n ti butinc-s I under tho bnu namo and ftvlo of Ujdbo & Mitchell, Plaintiffs. Thouiai B. ll. Slenhousc, Ucfondaiit. The People of the Territory of Utah send tireetiiuj : To TUOMAS B.'ll STUNIIOVSE. j Dclendant. I You are hereby required to appoar in an 'ftciim hroucht acainat you by tho above i: -m- ' i' r. Hie District Court of the t'.ip.i l t!iu Territo-yof ikr.'ivi'v" JLn day.- . rl j-uc"."; ' ',)"' . . c . . -..' ' 0 ' JOTl .) th -uiii"-. r--i: .- : -ir,i this i-.'.yv: -r, BUin'Vf Sl'iW.ii", aii"l,";i',;:l dr:.,.' plain tills for poods, wares and uieri'ti.in j: sold and delivered (said sum ht-inc due and payable on tho i"ih day of .May, l.vj:'l, to-Bother to-Bother with lecal interest thereon as set out in tho complaint on file herein and cost of suit. And you aro hereby notified that if you fail lo appear and answer tho said complaint com-plaint as above required, tho said plaintiffs will tTikc judgment acainst you for said sum of SIlH.Uo, with interest, as aforesaid and costs. Witncxs tho lion. Jas. B.McKcan, .ludne, and tho Seal of the Dis-, Dis-, ' . trict Court of the Third Judicial ( i District, in and. for tho Territory seal, v of Utah, this 7th day of No vein- ) bur, in the year.of our Lord, One ' r Thousand Eight Hundred and i fceventy Ono. dl Win. S. WALKER, Clerk. JOHN TAYLOR & BRO., Merchant Tailors, COMiKKIlCIAL STREET, KEEP constantly on hmil a choice assortment assort-ment of KltlCscil, K.GL.ISI1 und AJIKHILAS Cloths, Casstmcres, Vsstings, Etc., Of tho finest (iualitics and latest styles, which wo make un lo order iu the most fashionable and approved manner. 'S-PaTHONAGE SOLICITED ! auc2.'i Attention Miners I WANTED GOOD AUGEXTIt-'KHOUS GALBKA ! OKE3 nt SCHEDM'S SMELTING FURNACE, At Union Fort, Little Cottonwood. ! uc8 DANIEL GRENIG, At his old stand, I East side East Temple St., Wiihcs to inform hi nnmnroufl friends and patrons that ho bu a Full Assortment of l 1 li:il:::iy kcj.t at hi Store and Bakery, , Arid cll; thenl AS REASOKAEIE AS ANY HOUSE U TOWN. :IIOnDTJC!E! Uf all kinds loiii;lit ami Sold. FIRST-CLASS WEDDING CAKES I MlIs to c.rOn. a o 9 o o o Singer Sewing 31achines were Sold I within the past year. ieitntijU American, June H':h, lt-71. THE ST'W CER ,. 31anufocturiii; Company, A.T THE WORLD'S FAIR Constituted by tho homes of thcpcoplc Received the Great Award of the Highest Sales And have If ft all rivals far behind them, FOR U EV Sold in 187027 Machines I Sewing Machine Sales for IS7C. .'TiiVir-V0,1? ,,wh.i,cb lV- ofwiure ofsewincmaohinos ha? attained isjhown by ho ; returns (to which any one cn have accrs.-. of the manufacturer for tho year la.J to tho ownen ol the leadioe ia:ent wht-h (her i. iv a r v a 1 v A fonowl- xhMC rel,,r03 th0 Ilutul1" " -old by'cachmanu'ikcturoV id 1T0 Vi TlieSlngtr - - 141,s:i:t Vi. .fence - - r i Wheeler ib Wilson - SVJ"S U.ildVtdal ' ' Howe - - - T.' 'i ,K;m .... ti rover Jt Baker - - ;i7,J"f lvii.iro ... V 5 , " " Won " . A ilcsx A- Gibhs .M I'.irham - Vr1 American Bui toaholc A OveriTcawias U."7.1 iison - "'.r And several other cominies who sold a few machine", H will be seen by this table that tho popularity of ihe Sliiffvr machtnei far el. cccdn lliat of all others, their Bale bcinc oiie-linir grentrr than even tht cf Iho famous "Whooler.t Wilson" machine. This is owins to the fn that the Slit fee r Company have lately commenced making, beides their old tnd well-euab)ih?d manufacturing maohino. what ia known as their "Xiw Fnmlly .Haclilnr,' It left U selling at the rate of nine to one better limn ilidr old style. Their total to-tal sales for were 8f.7Sl .nachinos nKainst tho 127,S:iJ of 1S7-1. liorlng an Increaie o "one-lialf in tlte latter year." "Xew York Sun." One-Half of our Gigantic Sales, SOW SRARI.Y THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILLION 3L. ju .a j js- e. -o. 'b: a t; B. s m m- j Were made within III past year.. Hut tho Grrntrst Inrrra.e of lour titles over all Other .Machines, liiinir Wlililn Hie pnt Voa, Th . j In Incontemlble Proof that Our Machines Are tho Uct in tho World. TI1K IV EW FAMILY SkXiKU .SKWIMi MACHINE ! With attachments for nil kinds of work, i salesfoifuherma th bOSoholJ' M shown b rapidly incrcwiotf Lhis ew Fnmliy llnclllue is now eapubla 0r run no and variety of work i.k n. was only recently thought impossible to peril. nu by irichi.oiy L e LTm i " showthatitis tha choaj. est. most beautiful, dcli.-alclv a-rancod niclr aji ,l C'D oiiorated.spcedy.and smoothly runnins of all the F:iiuily Sewinn M ihiinv iVi - MS'y able not only for ihe ranpo and variety of its sowing. hiM Vlor tt STiriVi v T" fercnt kinia of tcxturo which it will sew with 0)ii il ficili-y n"l Zr- i silk twist, linen or cotton thread, lino or co.irso. makins the Iwtt-rlocUea-eia.itc-.tltcli, alike on both sides ol the ftbr c i-.-wn; tho only stitch which is un'ver. uC aproved, or ia at all adapted for Hi'.l-cl.isH work. Tim boaver el ih ,r i .V may be sewn with frroat etrenRth and uniformity of stitcii. and. in a "J, -iu willing and never-wearying inUrumoat may bo adjusted for lino work on ZT n.! mer tiuo, or the tuckiop of tarlatan, or rullline. or almost any other iork-evn K-Rcnlld K-Rcnlld wbieh delieato hnKcru have been known to pL-rinnii Kvin Hip r i -and Ihouglillcdi have little or uo trouble ouiiilt iimWilnc, rK" Send for Descriptive and Vic? Cirains. ' Wcnirtnufaclureour own niodlos, silk and twist; :'uraish .;ii i. ;,J . , oil all of superior iualilv - but which can be r.nc-i u.. jii, 't ,'"r;'" ' our Principal or Urancb Olficos, or Aconcics. ' - ,lUii':" OTHER SEWING MACHINES REPAIR? 0 OH Pr "CAaLt T, '" We Guarantee every Iv'.uC.:'::--- vs .coU L -give entire Sak.oraouon. MACHINES DELIVERED FREE THROUGHOUT THE CITY. TERMS TO SUIT ALL. Wo extend a cordial invitation to all to enaio and ee tho MTpliin-t i w wish to buy or QjL See 11 others, but do not buy without you cxami.rJ .iyiSit0Vil,lwarB r"'il;ly nV.on(1odJbJ' c,oml'ctent attendants. l"stiu..lmi r,,e All Ulnchinta perfectly adjuvtcd before delivery at t nee. SINGER SEWING- MACHINE DEFT, Z. C, M, I. GENERAL AGENTS, Two doors south of Eaglo Emporium, Walt Lalte Clt.v, TJtnli. CI.AWS0X. Sui.oriiiion.l.,1 ' C, liETZ L ... Varnishes and Lamps, No. m FRONT STREET. Hot. S.cr.uieulo & Cllfon,! S.it Fri.nol.co EVEBDU'U & CO., CGMMiSSiON MERCHANTS 48 Clay St., San Frnnclioo, DKALKUS IN OREGON PRODt'CK. Are oonitantly Id receipt of OrpRon Lin me, Bncon, Lard, Salmon, Ac. Starch, of our own aud liiuloru oiiiUQfiu:tur tlwayi on Laud. THE BANK of CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO. D.O.MILLS. - rilKSID KNT. W. 0. KAL6I0N, - 0ASU1KH. Gapitnl Paid Up, - 85,000,000. DRAW DIRECT AND ISSUE LETTERS of Credit on all th" prineipa.1 cities of tho f8 World. C0MMI3SS0N MERCHANTS 30 andUOfl Oallfornln St., Situ Frftuclico, - - California. Partioular attention paid to tho fillinit o( ordora lor evory dosciudion of tnerohundiao, n23 Suit of Orei, c. Ac, A. J. (SRIFFITII, DwJar In " Wndi of SALMON AKO HERRINGS, 193 WashlnttoB Street. All klnda of Dried, eraokiMl tod flckled Pith eoojtantl j on hand. Jl CHENERY, SOUTHER & CO,, Importers and Jobber) of FORK1GM AND DOMESTIC BRANDIES, WINES, AKD LIQUORS, 311 cl.jr Street. S.n Frnnvl.co. ' $A?:f.w;i$cq trade. -."r.. . K- J SAM KHAftClMJO. . M ARVi ii die GO. Wholesale Lipor Dealers, t)8 Fioul Street, Fan Fmnclieo. rKj.rictora of DllbLKK'j K X Til A Ol.O BO 111 HON Aud sole itKcula Uit I. F. CLir FIR'S EXTRA OlD B .'UHduN WHIiKIES CoD:'t:inLly on hand, n full aisorlmoal of all vho Standard llrnuiti of Wlilnliick, Fine Urainllca, ForclgnMitd Uniiieulk WIikh, mb meter, CordtnU, &. MlCllAKL Kakr. T. N. WiSD. WAND, KAKE & CO., (SucceiKors to fliinteri and . Co.) Importers and Wholesale Dealers in IIES ID LIQUORS. Proprioto.-s of iluctcr'nCalifernia Wlioftt Wliisltoy. Also Aircnta for Jofcidi 3. Finch's oolebratod l'enuci'lvania RYE WHISKEY. 007 and 009 Front St., near Jackson, SAN FRANCISCO. mr31 LAZARD FRERES, Importers nnd .Ti.hhrrg of Forelnn and Do- mcstio r'uncy and btaplo DRY GOODS. De-pot of Qt.udn Mnmtfacturrit nf ihe. Mission and 1'ttcijio Mills, Vonnoli dated. & 517 ftlarket St., Snn Krnn. Juyl8 Paris : 2f. Hue Do L'Kehi-iuior. Z. C. r1. !. BOOT AND SHOE Department, at i lie ultsu ( 'X'SSiES "BICr BOOT." Every style and nualiLy of Boots and Shoea NAU:. TO OIIDKR, palislr-tifio palislr-tifio guaranteed, M.W'AYS OH HAND A LARCE AND CU01CK falOCK Of HOME-MADEimSkdLOOTS AND SHOES A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Shoe Findings, Horse Collars anil all kinds c! Leather! HIDBH WANTBT).