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BANKERS. FIRST BATIQSE BASK CF UTAH. (Successors to Husaey, Dahler Co.) Warren Uossinr. 0. L. Daulek, President. Viae Prest. Anthony Qodbb, Cashier. Suit Lake City, Utali ; Also connecting offices at Ogdon andCorinno, Utah, and Virginia, and Helena, Montana. Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin and Currency, Draw Eichansto on Now York, Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha, Denver, Ban ifranoisoo, and all parts of Europe. Collection Promptly Attended To. mil Bank of Deseret; Successor lo HOOPER, ELDREDGE & Cu., Cornor East Temple and First South Streets, SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. PAID UP CAPITAL, - 8100,000. IIHIQ HAM YOUNG, Presfdont, "1 H. S. ELDItEDGE. VicoPrea. W M. 1 1. HOOPI5K, WM. JENNINGS, ( Diroclorfl. .KlIIN SHAUP, ITKltAMOKZ LITTLE, L. 8. HILLS, Cashier, Deal in COLD DUST, .COIN, EXCHANGE, LAND WARRANT 8, COL LEGE SCRIP, Ac. Collections made aod promptly remitted, re-mitted, FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOR SALE. WELLS, FARGO & CO., Kxpress Forwarders, Bankers, and " I DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. Drafts on Europe, and all the principal prin-cipal cities of the United States. EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS Promptly attended to. ' Eait Temple St., Salt Lake City, i THEO. F. TRACY, Agont. i mil ! Thou. II. Jonoa, A. W. Whit BANKING HOUSE ov A. W. WHITE &. CO., EAST TEMPLE STREET, SjtULnkoC'ity. MEDICAL. ' 'A' -V X "T ) SMIT M , PHYSICIANS AND SUKGEOH3, OMce at Uoillic't Drug Store, juyS Salt LnkoCily. J. D. THOMPSON, M. D.f Late of Carion City, Nevada, Offers his professional sorvicos to tho people of Salt LnkoC'ily, Ilesidonoo at Ciipu Tyler's, Ty-ler's, half block south of Walker Bros. Gtoro, Ka.-U Temtilotitroet. ju2S 0. C. ORMSBY, M. D. 1'UJTSIOIAM, BUHOEON AND DHUGOIST, U UltlUHAM CITY, UTAH i F. JI. SIMMONS, M. D., Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur, Oflio Main Street, si Over Taylor Cutler'fl ytorc. VR. A. FOWLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office ovor tho Co-operative Drug Storo, iuO Main Street, 3. L. City J. lU. & F. D. BENEDICT, SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS, Ofllco Over Calder Bro's Musio Emporium. W. F. ANDERSON, M,D. H. I, RICHARDS, M.D. SurgooiiB and Physiciaiis, OHices, for tho prcsont, at thoir respootivo rcaidonoos in tho Lith and 17th Wards; (u5 KBi DR. GROVES, Onlce Hud South St., Salt Lake City. Throo doors West of Hovoro IIouso, halfa block Last of tho Elephant Storo. OFi ioa nouaa vbok 1) a.m. to 5 p.m. ml : LEGAL ' JONATHAN C. ROYLE, ATTORN EY-AT - LA AV, Salt Lake City, Utali. OOicc-Godbo Buildina-, 2d Floor. Residence Resi-dence on 3d E.ist street, bctwooi. South and 1st South streets. p-1' S. P. McCurdj. C. II. Morgan McCUHDY & MORGAN, Attorney s-at-Law, Opvick icui floors oast of Hsrald OQ'ico, a29 SALT LAKE CITY. i'- J T CJ II & MANN, fYttorneys-at-L-aw, OUico, First South St.. fourth door oast of Uooper, Eldredso k Co'a BanH. Salt LaKo Cuy. n'iti Warner Karll, i'- M. Smith. EAltLL & SMITH, A T T 0 11 N E i'S A T L A W , SALT LA S CITY, East Temple Siroct, ono uour eoutti of n20 Qodho'ii SioroiMi U . OOOPISH,. ATTOKNK1 AND COUNfJELLUU, Ollice-Kichnuge and Reading llooiiiH, iin-Htniis. ju2 SALT LAKE TITY. 3 II Hempstead, M. ICirkpatriok HEMPSTEAD & KIRKPATR1CK, Attorueys-at-l-iaws Main Stroot. opposite Wolls, Farso & Co.. 8ALT LAKE.C1TY, 0. II. HompBtond, U. S. Att'y for Utah, m Z. SNOW. B. D. HOOIt. SNOW & HOGE, attorneys and Connaolors at Law Salt Luke Ciiy, Ulnli. OfUceat 8uow'e coruor, 1st liast Sireot. Ju6 NOTARIES PUBLIC. A. S. GOULD & SON, CONVEYANCERS, 3" Mining Dooda, Airreomonts and Bonds for Deeds, Mortgages. Powers of Attornoy, Leases. Contracts and other instruments of writing drawn with accuracy and dispatch. .83- mining Companies Incorpova-ted, Incorpova-ted, under tlie Laws ofUta'li. A. S. COULO, and COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylva-nia.Ohio, Pennsylva-nia.Ohio, Illinoia, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, California, and other States and Territories. Ter-ritories. East Temple St., near Wells, Fargo & Co., Salt Lalce City. mil . CONVEYANCER. Deeds, Mortgages, Contracts ami all kinds of Legal Instruments Instru-ments drawn. MIXWG AND OTHER COMPANIES COM-PANIES incorporated under 'the LAWS OF UTAH. Oflicc, East Tomi'Io Stroot, over J. W. Davis' store. n".- X hi !5 X 1 1MO N I A L - San Francisco, July, 1370. We, the undersigned, lake great pleasure in recommending Dn, A. W. GALDLK to all those-who may ncod the services of a Dentist, as a thoroughly competent and skillful operator, and ono in whom wo liavo implicit confidence, both us a Dentist and a gentleman. Dr. II. Austi.v, Dentist. Drs. B0BKBT3 & Fhci:laxd, Dentists. E. II. McDonald k Co., Druggists, OFFICE In Seventies Hall Building First East Street, SALl" LAKE CITY, ST. MARffS SCHOOLS, ST. MARK'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL For OirlB and Boys, 3d So n til St., near Bast Temple St. ST. MARK'S SCHOOL For Girls. st. ni auk's cnuitcu, 1st south.st. COLLEGE SCRIP! pREEMPTORS will eavo $16 on -L each quarter section by buying Agricultural College Scrip. Avply to THE BANK OF DESERET, alS Sucoosor to Hoopor, Eldrodgo & Co Dried Fruit! We are desirous of purchasing pur-chasing ull of the Dried Fruit, Crop of this Territory. Terri-tory. We mhh PAY IN GASH The Highest Price Paid in the Market for APRICOTS, PEACHES, Sc., dec Wo nro desirous of employing AGENTS IN EVERY SETTLEMENT, To whom a liboivil commission will.bo allowed. BI&GS, LECHTENBERG & Cg. Main Street, S. L. fity. junU HOTELS, ETC. TOWNSEND HOUSE, SjVLT lake city. THE LEADIXG 1I0TEI OF UTAH. JAMES TOWNSEND, PROPRIETOR. This IIouso is centrally and pleasantly lo-oatod, lo-oatod, well furnishod, and has accommodations accommoda-tions for 150 euosts. TUB PROPRIETOR is now preparing; to huild largo additions to his Hotel, whUh when Unshod, willron''-or it the Most Complete Establishment in tho IIOIKY MOUNTAIN REGION ! mil AMERICAN HOTEL, A Select and First-Class House. ON IE BLOCK EAST OF TIIBATHB, SALT LAKE CITY. Terma 93.00 pel-day. Board whh-outroomn whh-outroomn Sl.00 per week. Batlis free to guests. J. C. LITTLE, jun24 Proprietor. OQUIRRH HOUSE, Corner Main and Locust streets, TOOELE CITY, UTAH. Good Accommodation for Families. aG K. 8. FOOTE, Proprietor. GRAND RESTAURANT, GODDARD'S BUILDING, EAST TKB1PLE STREET. JUST OPEnSTED. This establishment is elonantly furnished, keeps supplied with tho delicacies of too sous on and ttiu best tao market .allords, and employs none but FIRST-CLASS COOKS. Dinners scrvod and dishes cooked to order in tco best stylo and at tho lowest rates. 1'rosh salmon, cod ana rooklish received daily. (Jliocolato. ico-croain, cakes, &c, in tho OYomug, tor ladies, in private rooms. m ang23 PIIIL. MARGETTS Mas opened his new establishiuont on FIRST SOUTH ST., Between the Co-op- Storo and tho Toivnsond House, Nearly opposite the New Meat Market, For tho salo of ENGLISH and SCOTH ALES AND PORTEll. tToule's Stoiao Ale, GENUINE. Wholesale and Retail. A splendid assortmont of TohacjO and Cigars, Tlie OUl Stnna on Second Soutli Street in sLlll in full blivst. aufe'2-1 CALIF0M1A BREWERY SALOON, Oomiiiereial Wtroet. Lager Beer and Alc,wholesale and retai J23' HENRY WAGENER, BREWER, BEffllS & CO., Chicago and Omaha LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Families supplied by tho auart, orin quantities quan-tities to suit. Choice Cigars always on hand; also, Llmburgur and SwUi Cliccae for Lunch, and at wholesale, Goddard's Building,!) as ein on t, Main street, ono door south of .First National Bank, juyl BREWER &i LAPIIAM. LAGER BEER SALOON I WAdENER'S CELEBRATED Laager Beer, Ale AND PORTER, Under Woodmansee'a Building,' First door north of Wolls, Farso's." nuglO II. TRUNDT &, CO. - CITY LIQUOR STORE, Keep constantly on hand. Wholesale and Retail, Choioe Imported LIQUORS AND WINES, At Lowost Rates. OROKSBEOK'S BUILDINGS,, nl7 Bnit Tempi Street. $75,000 CUREENCY. A GRAND GIFT CONCERT "tt'ill bo givon at INDEPENDENCE HALL, SALT LAKE CITY, U.T., OCTOBER 3, 1871. BY CHURCH & CO. Duilntr tlic Concert 1,317 Glfi s will le dlsu ibtilud nnioiic Uvlcet holders ainoiinl lug to S75,U00 In Currency 1 GiftofCurroncy S15.000.00 1 ' i 10.000 00 1 - " 5.000 00 1 2.000 00 :; Sl.OM each .000 no 5 ;- " 2.W0 00 5 " l.&tO 00 50 ()0 S.000 00 100 M " 5,000 00 :;iW " " " 'M " 9.000 TO So0 -0 17,000 00 U17 Priies auiouuting to 575,000 00 The S7j,O0O will bo dcpoeiLed in tho First National Bank of Utah lirovious lo tho day of drawing, Tho drawing will take pltico and the t'ifta awarded in nuiLiiiuur pi ecit-ly eiuiilar to tbt of ILu Concert Kiicn in San Emnclsco, iu aid of tbe Jlcrt-'iinlllo Library, and under tlio tjiijiervitlon ol a Coiuuiilluo ol' well known citizens ol' Suit Lake Cy. 00,000 Tickets will be Gold at $4.30 cacli. Tho ticket will admit tho bvurcr to the Concert. Tickets Tor 'ale at nil llio iinueipttl business houses of luo Territory. All orders for tickets imd draft for money to bo addressed to CHURCH CO., P. O. Bus 557 Salt Lako City, U.T. Juvll 0 AT S J FOR SALE by the CAR LOAD OR RETAIL. ' THOS. R. JONES & CO, I llnlf-a-ltlork Sonlh of V. C. Depot. !'uy li ORGANS. ORGANS! ORGANS! DAYNES 4& CO.. For Utah Territory, for Iho sale of tho celebrated cele-brated SMITH'S AMERICAN CABINET ORGANS Respectfully invito tho members of the Musical Profession and iho i'ublic Generally to call at their Musio Itooms, FIRST SOUTH STREET, Two doors east of tho Post Uilico, Salt Liiko City, and examine thoir splendid stock of Orifiius. and learn tho unprecedented y LOW l'ltiUbJSat which they oflcr them tor snlo. Lho prices being from twenty to ihlriy per cent lower than tboy can bobouubt in any other houso iu Utali Unyncs .t Uo. do not oiler tho SillTU'OKOANS at lhcfo low liuros because they are. aasotno would have it believed, a poorly manufactured and consequently cheap instrument; lor, lor excellence ex-cellence of workmanship they bavo no superiors supe-riors while in strength, purity and sweetness of tone, they challenge the vroieion to produco any instrument equal to them. The cause of thoir LOW RATES Is easily explained ; . They hayo no local agents whom tbey PA- 10 PUlb their wares; and besides this, t hoy have resolved to place thoso beautiful instrument.! witiiin tho roach of aU, and will do so by doing what no other house in U tab pretends to do, namely, sharing with thoir imtronj iho com mission atlowou by tho manulaoturers. Act-iiiK Act-iiiK on Una principle tbey otlor thoir instruments instru-ments at twenty or cent, less than eastern rotnil figures, beside paying tho Ireigbt to the railway terminus in this city, guaranteeing guarantee-ing ovory instruinout sold sound anil Ireool dawnBe. They will sell a Parlor yrgan.wiUi o egant Black Walnut .Case Five blops, TreinuioandKnoc-swell. for $140, tho eastern east-ern retail prico boiog 175. Au instrument for a school or meeting-house, with power sufficient for fifty singers, with seven (stops, Bub-iass, Octavo, Coupler, Treuiulo und Kuoo-swoll, lor ISO, tho eastern price tor lho sauio instrument being 25. . In proof tbat tho American Organ is alt they ropreseut, they relur purchasers to tbo followiug woll-kuown gentleman : Snii-some Snii-some i. li- D-LVis. A. Minor, John Sharp, 6. W. Bears and W. S. Uortbo, also jars, b. Kimball, all of this oity; U. Ucuroid. ot &alt Creek. Juab county; T. btayner, Ogdcn; the Fish burn Choir, Bngham City . ; Uaynes & Co. will also soil every other description of first-class Musical Mercban- . dise, from a Pianotorto to a V lolin btring, ut ' tho samo ratio; and to prove that thu preceding pre-ceding statomonts oontain not a jiarticlo ot exaggeration, they invite alL-iuusieians and tho public to call ami prove tbeir truth by personal examination and investigation. Remember I J. DAYNES & CO., Dealers in Musical Instruments, Two Doors Enut of the Post Ofllce, SALT LAKE CITY. Agents for lho Celebrated Grover& Baker Sewing Machine Hi LUMBER YARDS. 1:taijncalTi oiinTa LUMBER COMPY, li.coiporlcd July IT, 1871. CAPITAL STOCK, - - 875,000. Dealers in all kinds of BuildingMaterial L UMBER, DOORS, WINDOWS) VENETIAN BLINDS, ALL KINDS MOULDINGS, CIIICO SUGAR PINK, CEILING, SIDlN'Gr FLOORING. CALIFORNIA REDWOOD, RUSTIC SIDING, FLOORING, ETC., ETC., ETC. Orders for Mill Timbers promptly filled. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS. Main St., five doors south of Walker's All business dono through tho President of tho Company. Offioes Lumber Yard, ono block south of Railroad Depot. E. II. BARRON, President. D.W. PARKIIURST, Secretary. CHARLES DAHliER) juy21 Treasurer. LUMBERYARD. POORS, WINDOWS) BLINDS, MOULDINGS ALL KINDS OF LUMBER. T. 11. JONES & CO., Half-a-blook south of U. C. Depot. my3 EDDI'NGTON'S Two Blocks soutli of the U. C. R.R. Depot, and next to Win. Jen-ningi' Jen-ningi' Tannery. Tho yard is kept constantly supplied by several saw-mills with A Full Assortment of Native Lumber. W. E. solicits tho patronage of his old friends, and by punctuality and diligcnco in business hopes to merit ft aharo of public support. FOR SALE In tho 15th Ward, ono block and a half wen of tho U. C. Tl. R., a small hou.-o nnd half lot, with lino orchard. For particulars enquire of aug2o WM. EDDINQT0N. EXPLANATION, WE vory much regret that we have been unable to supply tlio DEMAND SO SUDDENLY made upon t3 for the MASON & HAfflJJN OR GAMS, And think it is due to ourselves and to our Pdlrons to say that wo had Elftlit Organ m stored at the Utali Ootid-ul Railroad Depot Intended Intend-ed for the opening of our But a low days boforo wo opened they were ALL SOLD. Wo immediately wrote to Mason & Hamlin to ship its fil'tcon of thoir jnetrumcnts. On rcoelpt of our order they informed us that it was imposBibto for them to forward any sooner limit six weeks, as, notwithstanding they were turn hit; out nearly ZOO ORGANS WEEKXiV They wore still S?C liliirixn their orders Wo have increased our order; and aro now receiving weekly aupplicsand shall continue to do so until our Stook ia largo enough to furnish all demands. Wo trust that this explanation 'will bo an evidence to our patrons and admirers of tho jjijbjax ougkajnt inado, that wo havo taken nctivo stops to avoid disappointment in tho future. CALDER BROTHERS, STAR BAKERY. Wo havo just received a large supply of Ciioieo Flour, and guarantee A GOOD, SWEET LOAF. FRESH BUTTER AND EtiOS, CORN MEAL, SHOUTS, BRAS, GRAIN, Groceries and Provisions, Fresli Bread Everyday, wholoitiic and' retail. Families supplied. Buns, Cakes, Ginger Snaps, Ac, always on hand. Five Doors JEaat of Post Oflicc. s2 WOODS k EE AXON. COAL I COAL! Having; purchased tlie Spriggs Coal Mine We ure pre pn red to supply tills justly celebrated WEBER COiL ly car lond or rrtnll. Dint " U. C. It. R. Yard. Oflicci Rxclinuge and Rending Rooms. BATEMAN & BUEL. auc8 W. II. BIRD, Agent, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, no: FOR CONFERENCE! TAYLOR 8c CUTLER Have just roceived a new rJ!1 Choice JS powder Cheaper than ever sold in this Territory. Coffee, Sugar, Lye, Etc. DRESS GOODS, DRESS FLANNELS, SFTAWLS, MERINOS, DELAINES, Etc., HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES. A large variety ol' CLOCKS To he sold cheaper than the cheapest. Slore Opposite Salt Lake House. aug26 RAVI" NEW STORE Is Now Open. Just Received, a large arrival of choice TEAS Direct from the Importers Also a full stock of Staple aod Faucy GROCERIES. We lave REDUCED our best gunpowder gun-powder to $2 por pound. It cannot be equalled. TRY IT ! TRY IT ! C. W. DAVIS, I 7'wo Doors from Kimball & Lawrence's DAY & CULMER, 1HPORTKRS AKD DEAL EES IN ClERAL MERCHANDISE, CONSISTING OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, CROCKKRY, LAMPS, GLASSWARE, fcC. CORDAGE A. TWINES, WOODEN WARE, CAt'PETS, CRACKERS &. RISCUITS, i TOBACCO, fcC, fcC, fcC. Which ihoy oflor at prices tbat guaranteo satisfaction and dol'y competition. Tho choicest I?- EJ A S constantly on hand of Lho following kinds Gunpowder - - SI.75 to 82.25 Young Hyson - 1.00 to 1.50 Tycofm - 1.35 to 1.05 Fooping ... 1,15 to 1.35 Pekoe - 1.5 to 1.40 Souchong Q0 to 1.00 Diamond L,- - - 1.00 Natural Lear - 00 to X.00 ! And the famous English I mixed Tea - 1.75 Dealers in Teas will find it to their advantage ad-vantage to give us a call, boforo purchasing purchas-ing their Teas, as our facilities in this branch of our businoss cannot bo excelled in tho oitrijLiM i if. ll"r'1 DANIEL GRENIG'S BAKERY AND GROCERY STORE, WEST SIDE COMMERCIAL STREET, Near Second Soutli Street, IS HOW IN FULL OPERATION Wboro ha will bo ploascd to wait upon hia friends imd patrons with Everything in llie above Line CHEAPER THAN EVER. GIVE HIM A CALL 1 If HIS ( NEW RETREAT. GLOBE BAKERY, Kaat Temple Street, flj-it door north of Co-operative Grocery Department. GOLIGHTLY& HARRIS Kocp constantly on hand T GOOD FRESH BREAD Buns, Cnl.es, Pies, Crackers, Etc. Fine variety of CONFECTIONERY, Wholuuale and Retail. Groceries, Flonr, Feed, &c. HARDWARE. The Cheapest and Best S TOVES In the City, at W. HARRISON'S, SW Main-jt.. opposite Bp. Hunter'. nn nnn Eci-r:iNrxs ZU.UUUlnON AND STEEL At C. II. liassett's. Oppualt Salt L.bJe IIoui. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOR STOVES ! HOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOR STORES i J Over One Hundred Different Kinds and Styles to Select from, Including tlte Olil Favorltc.t Charter Oak, New Era, Monitor, Inland Empire Superior, Etc., " These as well as other varieties will be SOLD CHEAPER AT TUB Hardware Dep'nt OF z. c :mi. x. THAN IN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THIS TERRITORY. II. II. CLAWSOH, al Superintendent, SllCIIAltDS' IRON WORKS, CHICACO, ILL., Mnnnfactnroraor PORTABLE & STATIONARY Engines, BLOWERS, CRUSHERS And Machinery for Smelting Furnaces Contracts made for building Furnaces Furna-ces of Utah Fire Stone. Including Machinery, &c.t set up in complete running order. lie fore need Eureka Mining Com-pnny,;Salt Com-pnny,;Salt Lake City Utah Smelting Smelt-ing Company, Tin tic. j Address J. C. Richards, Chicago. C. H. BASSETT, HARDWARE STORE All kin da of HEAVY HARDWARE, Bron and ftteeJ, Stoves and Tin Ware BLACKSMITH TOOLS, Agricultural Implements And Mining Tooli, At Lowest Rates. OPPOSITE SALT LAKE IJOUSK EXCELS1QH COAL COMP'r, ! ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING TEP, Blair, Bro. & Co., I'ropr's. iny TRAVEL. UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. MIXED TRA1XS 3?t XT ZLNT D AIL Leaving the Utah Central Depot, Salt Lake City, at 7. ID a.m., and Sandy Station, (nearest point to Little Cottonwood Canon,) at ( p.m. SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Utah Centnil Depot nt 7:10 a.m. nd 4:30 p.m., and Sandy Station at 8 31 a.m. idO 6 p.m. Salt Lako to Big Cottonwood Station, .Vcw l.iulo " ' ,SikHS Sandy " $1.U) Twenty-five cents additional will bo charged when the litre is collected on tlio train. PERAMOHZ LITTLK, SUrKRIXTKNDhXT. D. O. CALDER, e5 Gen. Freight and Ticket ArchI. GILMER & SALISBURY'S DAILY STAGE LINES THHOUGH Utali, SoutSi-t-ast Nevada & Montana, Mon-tana, Leaving Salt Lake City Dally, running run-ning ohi U to Tintic, American Fork, Mount Nebo, Sevier, St. Geor'1. . .-.t.-I Pioche, N.-x.. i;i ; Pausing tl.voiign Provo, Sprinpville, Sp.nn.ii l'.ilv,l'u-sod. l'.ilv,l'u-sod. Salt Creek, C.ijkiu Cnr-k, Kound Valley, ru.;;ii.R-..Orn Creek, Ikt-.v, hir-ra VlLIc. All the principal to tons and mining camps in southern Utah and mtit't -r.uk Nevada. Alio leave Corlnne, IHhIi, dally, running north to ' Virginia City, Helena, bort Benton, Deer Lodge, Cedar CiYiok mines, aod pacing 'iiroufih ail Uiu , principal towns and mining min-ing camps iu Montana. Mon-tana. PIUNCIP.VL OVKICH, Wells, Fargo & Co. Building, jun4 Suit L'i y. Len Wines. ,i, . KiwUil. SALT LAKE, And Tintic Stage and Express RUNNING DA1L If FROM SALT LAKE CITY, via LAKK TOWS, TOOELE CITY, STOCKTON AND OPI1IR TO TINT je. The route has boon ro-Rtooked with at. Inn-did Inn-did Concord CoaoliOfl, fine Stock, enioiiil ui.d altontivo Drivers- and ovcry attention mid to tlio oomfor. ' 1 oonvonionoo ol puhhoi,-ers. puhhoi,-ers. Good accommodations on the road.. THEO UGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. Ofllce at Wells, Fargo Jl Co.'h, Salt. Lake CKy. WINES & KIMBALL, i- Civ LIVERPOOL & QUFluSTOWH . IN MAN L INE Or Royal Mall Steamer, Hulling from New York Every Saturday AND Alternate Tuesdsiy. Cabin Paiaage, to bKcri'j.i. O:old) 75.00 Steeraga ' " " (cur.) JO. 00 Paisage from Liverpool to New York Cabin, ... (Gold) 7B.OO Steerage, - (CnTcuty) 31.00 Round Trip Tioket Issuod at verj low rate JOHN O. DALIC, Azpnt, lb Iirottdwtir, Now York, Or WILLIAM CALDKR, Acont, c3T Salt Lako City. Utah. HEATH &lL1 GO, MANUFACTURERS OF WHITE LEAD, Zinc and Colors, 170 & 172 Randolph street, CHICAGO.