TRAVEL. , : GILMER i SALISBURY'S DAILY I STAGE LINES Tnuouoii t tah, South -uast Aevala & Jlon-tana, Jlon-tana, L.a,vlug Halt I.aks City Dally, run- llU( BOUlll tO Tintio, American Fork, Mount Ncbo, (Scvior, Ht. tjooive, Utah ; and l'ioohc, Nevada ; falsing through Provo, Hprinffvillo, SnanUh Fork,Pay-oon, Fork,Pay-oon, Salt ;reuk, Cmokon Creek, Koumi V alloy, lullm ore, Corn Crct-k, Heaver, Miticrs-villu, Miticrs-villu, and All the principal town and mining cimpt iniouthcm Utah ami touth-tast Also luvi Corlmie, Utah, dally, ruuulug uorth lu Virtiuia City, Helena, Fort Benton, Deor LoUko, t-'edar Creek minoa, and pacing through all the principal Uwdh and mining min-ing camps in Moo-tana. Moo-tana. P1LINC1PAL. OVV1CK, Wells, Mrgo & Co. Building un4 Salt Laks City UTAH CENTRAL UAILItOAl). PIONEER LINE OF UTAH, Urn MdiRit Monday, July 17, 1871 Dnily Traiii- Leave Salt Like City at 5 a.m. and i5 p.m. Arrive at Oifden 7 a. in. and 1:15 p. m. LoiiTO Osdoa at H n. til. ami 5:;J p. in. Arrive at Salt Luke City 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m In addition to the boe Will run DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED Leo vine Salt Lake City at 5.30 p.m.. and Osdon at 5 a.m. Passsnfrsrs will pleas Purchast thslr Ticket! at th Office Iftflj Conta additional will be oharsed wh the Tare in oollooted on Uo train. For all information ooneornins" freight oi pjuduire. apply to D. U. CALUKU, Oonoral Froinht and TiJkoL At't JOHN SHARP, SUPERINTENDENT Lon Wlnw. II. P. Kimball. salt lake, opiiir And Tintic Stage and Express LI3STE, RVNNINQ DAILY FKU.U SALT LAKE CITY, via LAKE TOWS, TOUKLK CITY, STOCKTON AND OPIllK TO TINTIC. Tho route has been re-stocked with iplen-dld iplen-dld Concord Coaches, fine Stofk, caieful and attentive Driver, and every attention is paid to the oo info rt ani onvenienoe of pauea ext. Good accommodation on the road. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. OOUa at Welti, Fargo Co. 'a, Bait Laka City, WINES & KIMBALL, 4 Proprietors. UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. wm y wmf -u u On anil after January ttlst, IbTA MIXED TRAINS WILL !R. XTHNr DAILY. LcavitK the Utah CoutrJ R.U. 1 pot, tSalt 1-is.e City, at 7. 1' a.ui.; Prapci bAS p.m.. and S,udy Sm ;rin, imwresi point to Lit tic Cot'-onwo'd Canon,) ai 6.0 p.m. An eitra train w ill la ii ii on M.ndays Leaving Draper at .4( a.m., Sandy at lu a.m., Sale Lake City at 4.H p.m. Sa:t Like to B:c Cttnwood Sia'ioa. Lutle " " Vets " M Sandy " II.") " " Draper " l.X Twenty-firs cents additional will be charted when the Lare is coliec;d on the train. D. O. CALOKR. IGea. Friiht axd Ticket Acent. FKR1HORZ LITTLE! BCTttCiTlNDl.St, SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. 1UON AND BTHIEl. winia hope, FLAT AND JIOLND, ' Forh.ji'tinif fr-jrii tuiuinK jh ift. and in-line, Kurry r-ie, djy rui u, i ir UiiiaiiiilUim power, etc. ilumtaet tired vj an'j L-twjik or Size. Wire Hope in murh c lira per, kikI oii.ic auraiile ttiau any oilier kluil at Hope. Halliilie'sKmllfss M ire Rope H'ay . (Wire Tramway). For the r;tpll and economical transportation u ' Urtii aii'i oLlier ni.iterialJ over miurit.iin-oiii miurit.iin-oiii an. 1 di:n-:uU ruidj. irieciirud ly U. i-i'ateiiij. i-i'ateiiij. alt, ratcut Cirip l'nllc-, For iranimittinn power and bv which the rope m miinjuru'i and oauout slip. SKND FOlt CIUCULAllS. Agency of the PACIFIC Wire & W. R. Manufacturing Co. (OP CALirOBNIA.) All Iclndd and siios of Wire, constantly en hand nil J luanulaoturod to order. A. S. HALLIDIE. Front St.. ban Francico, nl J Calil'ornta. Miouail Kami. T. N. Waxi. WAND, KANE & CO., ;(Succiton to Hunter, YV auU Co.) Importers and Wholesale Dealers in WIXKS AXD LIQUORS. Proprietors of Hunter's California Ab.OAt VA la.ieilJi.oy Also AjienUt for Joseph Finch's celehruted Punnlvania RYE WHISKEY 607 ad 000 FrontSt., near Jackaou, SAN FUANCISCO. niT.11 J. EVEIIDIXti dc CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS H Clay St., San Franclaco, DEALERS IN OREGON PRODUCE. Are conalaatly In rocvijit of Oregon Qimi, Bacon, Lord, tialmon, Ac. Starch, of oar own and Kiuurn manufacture always on band. LOCKE & MOMCUE, im ruBTKRB or STOVES AND METALS, XAXl'FaCTUKKRS OP AND DEALERS IS House Furnishing Hardware i Tinner's Tools and Machines; AGENTS FOR Agricultural Steam Boilers, 1 14 and 114 Bntt.ry Street, Iu7 SAN FKANCISOO. CHENERY, SOUTHER & CO. Importers and Jobbers of FOREIGN AND DOIHEST1C BRANDIES, WJNES, AND LIQUOKS, 311 Clay Street, San Francisco, jylfl & KELLDCS, Importers and Jobbors of Wines and Liquors, 214 & 216 FRONT STKEET, SAIf FUANCISCO. LAZARD FRERES, Importers and Jobbers of Foto'irh and Do-moatio Do-moatio Fanoy and Staple DRY OOODS. Depot of Goods Manufactured at the Mission and Pacific Mills, Coyisoiidaied, 545 Jt 5U7 Market St., San Pra nyl8 Paris : 23 Rue Do L'Echiqn J. BAUM & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of MEN'S &, COY'S CLOTHING Sanaotne St., San Franclaco 4S Murtay St., New York. MURPHY.GRANT&GO. Importora of Amorican and European Stuple and Fancy DRY GOODS, F1UMCISCO, CALIFORNIA. Call the attention of the Trndo to their large and complete stock of FALL! AND WINTER DRESS GOODS, Which thoy aro now receivins direct from European ilanm'acturers. couinisia in part-French part-French Olcrtuoa, Wool Sattnea, Wool Plalda, French and 0-rni;ui, Irian and French Popllna, Empresa C tot ha, Taintae, black and colored, Alpacaa, black and colored, SILKS, VELVETS, RIBBONS, ALSO GLOVES, Kid, Back, Berlin tLaJicj'. Musos', Genu') Gents' Undewear ' And all kinds of Gents' Furnishing Goods. i llo-lcry.i -'-'e in ;i$ Irash. White tioo.li. i Ilamlkrrrlilrr. I Ahirtllilt Ltii.n. Unlit!. .i .A . -'.-re !,' Uauiaik. ! t-j ma-i M--fced. ! lowtU tl : .i. L:-r. T.-.-jt-.th, H.klua aii.I Uayllca, 1 ii Ktr, Kit., Etc. 1j.no. g. UODUE & CO., j IMPOHTERS 'Wholesale Stationers, j Keep Eke largest stack at 1 Stationery. Blank Book. School Book.1, Plsytiis; Card, Wrap-plug Wrap-plug Papera Ticints, roditt CutU-ry, dc, dc, ! On the PaciSc Ciwt.irti-h tfc-j a.- rra-d U I :h?r for iJo! J or Curracj H pr.cee tiut U1 cSr !ijQcecu fcr tcjer aijhere tMl tie Ikvty Monta:na. j 327, 329 4 331 SA"S0M STRKET, I mil u Frucixo; Z. C. M. I. COLUMN. z7c.1l L : Wholesale DEY GOODS DEP'T dp Stairi, Emporium Buddings A fall, first-claw stock ot STAPLE DRY GOODS, jXOTlOAS, BOOTS and SHOES, AT LOW PRICKS. Wholesale buyers and Co-operative Dealers please inspect. GROCERYiHARDWARE DEPARTMENT, CONSTITUTION .BUILDINGS, ParohaAoru oan hor. find An Immense Stock AND IN EA CK BRANCH AGREATVAHIE'V IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS AND MACHINERY ALL ON THE l'KHMISKS. Miners Supplies a Specialty CLOTHING DEP'T. HOME-MADE AND I M 1 O R T E H MANUFACTURED FROM i IIOJUK-MADK, FRENCH, GERMAN, KNGL.ISR and AMERICAN! FABRICS Fine Cassimeres, and Cloths Tfimmings On hand, for Gentlemen ordering their own. - FIRST-CLASS FITTERS AND WORKMEN TO FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY. Retail Departm'nt, EMPORIUM BUILDINGS, THE FINEST DISPLAY AND ASSORTMENT OF GOODS. WE CUT IN ANY LENGTHS AT A SMALL ADVANCE ON WHOLESALE. Thia id the Department for FamiBcs. DRUG DEP'T. Fancy and Staple Drugs, PAT EM T MEMCLVES, , LIQUORS IN GREAT VARIETY UNGLltiU ALE AND PORTER, AVKRILL PAINT WHITE LEAD, OILS, COLORS GLASS, ETC. i Ittcripkom from Physician fdU , j have rptcial attention II. M. MORGAN, Commissioiier for Utah Territory. 40S CALIFORNIA STREET, SAX FBAXC13C0. lei SILVER AND PLATED WARE Wo hovo JUST RECEIVED An elegant assortment ot Choice Silver aud Plated Ware, Combining the USEFUL and ORNAMENTAL tAlso tho balance of our XMAS NOVELTIES All of which wo offer at a Small Advance on Cost. 1ST Sec Show Window, -a RETAIL DRYGOODS DEP'T z. c. :mi. i. ji II. B. ClawEon, Supt. W -a "tf cc s I I , I - I ZD - -p H 1 "" I iE z PQ : cc - I 2 cm ! f - O J C , . I S -l-H SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. S. L. Stjiiify, JtLD Scrciuce, C. C. Ctiapman Spruance, Stanley & Co., j Sucv.e;oC'rt to ll.Wilwier k Co. mU J. 1 J. Sfmauce WINES AND LIQUORS, J4 41U FRONT STRKtT. " A. C. DIETZ & CO. IMPORTERS OF FAINTS, OILS, Varnishesand Lamps, No. 2M FRONT STREET, E. MARTI ?J & CO. Wholesale Lipr Dealers, tOH Front Street, Sftu Franclico Prorrietors of MILLKH'S EITKA OLD BOI RUOS And solo asents Tor I. F. CUT TLH'S EXTRA OLD BOUHBDN WHISKIES Con.;tanily on han.I, a full assortment of nil tha Stiuxtitrd Bramli or Wlilaliles, Fine Uramllea Foreign ami Domestic Wliiet, m5 Ultlera, Cordlnla, fcc. j.r.nEmuLii &co, COMMISSION MERCHANTS 'J 01 and ton California. St., Man Frclco, - Callfurnla. Particular attention r.iid to the CHide of ordori lor a.'urj uoijnjjiica o! iuorchandiae, n'23 SnJa of Ore, .c, .c. G Si AN I) HOTEL On Market, New Monlk'ouiory and tiecontl BLrects, SAN FHANCIfJCO, CAL. JOHNSON & Co., Proprietors, A. J. GRIFFITH, Dealer In all klnda or r riCItIit:D fc SMOS.BD , SALMON AND HERRINGS, 1U3 Waahlntou Street. All kin.li or Dritnl, Pnu-keJ and Picttlod Fish wniUiitlj ouii&iid. j4 THE GEEAT BLOOD PURIFIER. mi GREAT CALIFORNIA VEGIiTAELE BLOOD PURIFIER. nlOH IN THE SIERRA NEVADA Mountains, in tho wonderful iStato o California, grows an herb Ions known to tho Indians as an absoluto euro for RHEUMATISM. RHEUMA-TISM. UOUT. N EUR ALU I A, nnd all diseases dis-eases in any way sprincinc from impuritios of tho blood. Science has at length brought to light its virtues, and of this potent herb has compounded EKBA SANTA, a preparation prepa-ration for tho PERMANENT CURE of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and all Eruptive Erup-tive and Cntaneoui Dlicasea. Gives immediate and pormanent relief in DYSPEPSIA. ERYSIPELAS, Ring Worm. Tumors, Boils, Scald Heads, Uloora and Sores; eradicates from tho system all traces of morourial disoaeo. IT IS PURELY VEGETABLE, It iB therefore peculiarly suitable for u?o by females and children as a BLOOD PURIFIER PURI-FIER and RENOVATOR. MOTHERS Who wish to find a modicino peculiarly adapted to tho ouro of HUMORS and ERUPTIONS ERUP-TIONS in their children, will find a safe and euro cure in YERRa. SANTA, For sale OYorywhore. REDINGTON, UOSTETTEtt ft. CI? Agents, 539 and 531 Market St., San Franclico, 1 REDINGTOf HOSTETTER & CO. Imuortord and Jobbers of FOUK1GS AND DOMESTIC DRUGS 9 CflEMICiLS Fine Essential Oils, Gunia, Rood, Scedi, Flowers, Sponges, Skini, Pomades, Ac, And nil othor Staples connected with thi Wholosalo and Rotail Drug Business. ConstanUy in receipt, by direct Importation, of Europoan and Asiitio products. . j Exclusive Agonls for Ouicksilvor, ? IIoBteltcr's Eittors, Drake'3 Plantation Bitter-, Wolf? Scheidam Schnapps. Now oil 'a Pulmonary Syrup, And all the loading Proprietary Modioinei both American and European. Orders Promptly and Carefully Execotod. Nos. 540 and 531 tlarket Street, j Eetwoon First and Second, .jjan Francisco, California. j TI3VEE TABLE. : BURLINGTON ROUTE. I TO 1H: LAS T, fJCRTH AND SOUTHEAST, No. 1. STATIONS. MAIL. : Lcito OMAHA - - !:1J p.m. j .r:a m. , AxrivoEfKLiNtiTuN j j.Ja.ni. l':15p.m. ', Mend-ta - - ll-a-m.' o:Sa.m. ; j " Chioarfo'C.L.iti J;JJp.ui.j 7:ir.a.m. " Peoria - - - , v.:.3a.m.; I;ia-ai. ' iDd'pUiT.B.JcW.j ri:Jjp.m..l'.':'ja.m. " Cincinnati - - 11:30 p.m.! p.m. " f:nrabj' I :.t-'.m. e-.yiy m. cyThri-uh Car; frcm f:.-'oari River to Chi-ice. Iz ii.i-.ar'- lii, Cin:iiiii4Li, Lc ns-por: ns-por: ad Colcir.tui.l Conaectio3 ai tbo;e piin-s with lines lcadinzto the Kit, North and S-.ath Thii't'ia Beti. Shortest, iiulckeat and Cheapest Route. Da not be deceire-J. but obtain Ti'-keU via the Burlineton iliasouri River Railroad. A.E-TOrZALIN. C. E. PERKINS. I Gen '1 Iicket Agent. GeaTScp't. I JJJ " MISCELLANEOUS. Arc in receiptor the new editions 1 of the Standard Authors Each complete in ono royal octavo vol., bound in tho moat approved stylo, and at tho UiipreceflenteS Low Price 07 Cloth extra - $i.00 Library Sheep - 2.75 Wo have, to select from, tho finest and largest stock of SCHOOL REWARDS Evor brought into tho country, embracing em-bracing tho publications of h. Pnmg & Co., T. Nelson & Sons, Amorican Tract Society, Jcc. Our Stock of MUSICAL GOODS Is complete, and consists, in part, of 01 tho latest improved styles ; OK; OVISTS OT tho best makers : n b jr sac From Italy, Franco and Germany. Guitars, Banjos, Flutes, Accordeons, Concertinas, j Harmonicans, ai a Received and expected daily, a larg and Splendid stock of MASON & HAMLIN'S 1 CELEBRATED organs' Embracing Tm Different Styles, which we offer at Manufacturers' Trices Delivered in this city. IFOIR, $125. Fiyo Octave, Doublo Eocd, Five Stops, (Viola, Diapason, JMoloda, Flute, Tremulant,) with two seta vibrators throughout, ono of four feet pitch and ono oi" eight feot ; from prepared metal and riveted with iron, and not merely stamped out of brass. Tremulant and Knee Swell; self-adjusting reed valves; improved bellows. Solid black walnut case throughout paneled front and sides, with carved mouldings and ornaments, orna-ments, carved antes. WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT FOR FIVE YEARS, and Only $125. Afcy We respectfully solicit the pub-Ho pub-Ho to call and examine our goods For the Holidays. LEGAL SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory Of Utah. Salt Lako County, "1 September Term, Wm. S. Qcdbo and Frod- A.D. 1871. crick A.Mitohcll. partners, part-ners, doing business under tho lirm name and stylo of Uodbo Jc ) Mitchell. j Plain titTs, V3. Thomas E. 11. Slenliousc, Defendant, , The 1'eople of the Territory of Utah aend Greeting ; To THOMAS B. 11. STUHIIOUSE. ! Defendant, You or hereby required to appear in an action brouKbt against you by tho above named Paintifls, in tho District Court of tho i Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer tho complaint filed therein wiihin ton days (exclusive of the day of service) alter the service on you of this summons if sorved within this county or U served out of this county, but in this dis-tnet, dis-tnet, within twenty days; othorwiae within lorty days or judgment by default will bo takon against you, according to tho prayer of said comphiiut. Thesanl -Ytin U broaBbt to recover tho B?m P.L'0-0-?' duo from defendant to plnmtiffj for Roods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered (said Bum being due and payablo on tho 23th day of May. to-cethor to-cethor with legal interostth croon as sot out suit Cmi on heroin and cost of . And you are hereby notified thatLfyon - Tail to appear and answer tho said complaint com-plaint as aboyo rcauired. tho said plaintiffs Wr i1tM JudFmcltaKaintyou for said sum costs interest aa aforesaid and Witness the Hon. Jas.B.McKean, JudKe, nad tho Seat of tho Dis- , trict Court of the Third Judicial ( . I D,l?'.riclt'n.anJ lor the Territory , seal- y pf Utah, this LTth day of Novcm-( Novcm-( ) bcr, in the vcar.of ourLord.Onc Thousand Light Hundred and boventy Uno. dJ' Wm. S. WALKER. Clork. , MUSEUM HEMGEIIIE. .Opposite the em ranee to the Jabornacle. JOH. W. VOl'.NG, - J'm,.. Admission, 60 cts. Ciiildreu, 10 u , Open from 9 cum, to 6 p.m. Native Minerals, Petrifaction!, Concretions Con-cretions and Crystalliailons. Home Product. .Viire nnd Foreign Cu-riosititB, Cu-riosititB, d c Compound Electro-Magnetic Apparatus, Appa-ratus, 'C Prof. J. It. BAllfOOT, Hs.nagr. Schools and Families by private &r-1 r&oxtmeatB ftdoutted at reduced rates. I a o 9 o o o Singer ScwIiij; Machiius wuc Sold within the past year. Scientific American, Juno 10th, THE SINGER 3IanufAicturi"S Company, A.T THE WOIXjID'S FAIR Constituted by tho homes of the people Received the Great Award of the Highest Sales And havo left allrivalsfar behind them. FOR THEY Sold in 187012833 Machines! Sewing Machine Sales for 1870. "Tho macnitudo towhich tho manuricture ofsowing inacliioes has ntt.iint.l i b,, the wuni" returns (to which u:iy one c An havo nvro.'s ot tho uunui;w;ur. i , tho year to tho ownora of tho loudins Patents, on whu-h they pay a ry,LUr. " i,. cording to thwo returns tho number ot machines sold by euoa manutacturor in hTu u as follows: The Singer - - .V?? Florence .... Wheeler Jt Wilson - '.'l UolJMcJat - - DroverABaker - - ''-iu . 7 " ' " weed - - - :"'-lM ,nil0 Lyun - Sa'S! Wilcox .t Oibbs - . ftV.buui - - - - . AmorioanUutioohoIelOverf earning H.-iJ Wilson - -Aud several othor companies who sold a tew maohiaes. Il will be soon by this table that tho popularity of tho Sinner machines far x. ceeds that of all others, their sale boiii one-half greater than even that ol the famous "WhoolerJk Wilson" machine. This is owing to tho fact that the Sli.K,r Company have lately commoncod making, besides their old nnd well-ottabli-tcl manufacturing maohino, what is known as tlicir"A'cw 'nmlly Machine," wiutll Is selling at the rate of nine to one better than their old style. Their lo. tsJ sales for 159 were S6,7fil machines against tho 127, SB of 1870, showing an liu rcu of one-half In the latter year." "How York Sun." One-Half of our Gigantic Sales, NOW NKARI.Y THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILLION IVEetoliiiaes iE3olcl, AND 3Cj M-t MX rJC M. J JM JL. V M K . Were made within the past three yenm. Hut tio Greatest ln'Tate of our Sales over all Oilier Machines, living lllilu the Punt Vr. This Is lncontestlble Proof that Our Machines Are the liesl in tho World, THE NEW FAMILY SI AUK II SEW1NU MACH1XE With attachments for all kuids of work, Is lost i inning hupromo favor in tho household, as shown by tho rapidly incrcutQi sales, over all other machines. I Ihis ftew Family 111 m hi ne is now capable of a rango and variety of w.Tk such u was only recently thought impossible to perform by machinery. U'o claim oud eo low that it is tho choapest. most beautiful, delicately arranged, nicely adju.'tcii, eafilj lorated,spoody,and smoothly running of n.1 1 the Family Sewing Mae bines. It id rettur lisle li-sle not only for tho rango and variety of it.i sowing, but also for the variety uad Jif. iront kinds of toxturo which it will sew with cnuul facility and perti'ttinn. uting Ik twist, linon or cotton thread, Cno i.r co-ir.-:o. making the lntt rloeked-clatilc. tltch, alike on both sides of the i;ibric sewn; tho only stitch which is uaivorsally rtproved, or is at all adapted for flmt-cltisa work. Thus, beaver cloth, ur luithcr iay bo sewn with great strength and uniformity of stitch, and, in a moment, tbii illing and nevor-woarying instrument may bo adjusted for Quo work on guiuo or gufis-ler gufis-ler tissue, or the tucking of tarlatan, or rullling, or almost any otber work even bj child which delicate fiugeri havo been known to pcriorni. Kvtn Hie carcleu nd thoughtlcus have little or no l rouble on this machine. Send for Descriptive and Price Circufars. Womanufaoturoour own neodles, lilk and twist; furnish linen and cotton Ibreid nf il all of superior quality but which can bo relied ou only when obtainaJ, larouih ux Principal or Branch Ollicos. or Agonoios. OTHER SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED ON REASONABLE TERMS. We Guarantee every Machine we sell to give entire satisfaction. MACHINES DELIVERED FHEE THROUGHOUT Tllli C1TT. TERMS TO SUIT ALL. Wo extend a cordial invitation to all to come and sco tho Machine, whether ihej wish to buy or noL See all others, but do not buy without jou cxaiulm the Singer. Visitors always politely attended by competent attendants, Instruction frss All in ac hi nc s perfectly adjusted before delivery ct t SINGER SEWING MACHINE DEP'T, I C. 1 1, GENERAL AGENTS, Two doors south of Eagle Emporium, ("ialt TmIlo Cltr, XJtnn. II . B. CLAWSON. SuiieriulcnJcnl. MAIiII BRO'S Have on hand the Largest and Host Complete Stock ill the City OF WAGON TIMBEE IRON OF ALL SIZES, Which they offer j?VT "VEHT LOW 3? K. I O E S , FIRST EAST STREET, HALF-A-BLOCK SOUTH OF TUEATltB mas , JAMES BAQCB. Jun. J. H. HAGUE, OK'JIW E UAOUf 3EJisr CJrTJLXi Store ! HAGUE "bEOTHEKS, LATE JAMES HAGUE, Importers vncl Donlors lxx GUNS, P1SI0LS, AMUXITION, 1 m Saddles, Harness AND WHIPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. a East Temple Street. Salt Lake City. Z. C. M. I. BOOT AND SHOE Department, at tliOKijriiot THE ESXCS- BOOT' . Every Blylo and qualitl of Boots and Shoes MAWIC TO ORPEH, eatisf" ' ana guaranteed. LWATS ON BANIIA UROK AND CHOICI STOCK OF HOME-MADE lmpoktkd LOOTS AND SHOES A FI LL A?SORIMENT OF Shoe Findings, Horse Collars and all kinds ol Leather HIPE8 WANTED.