Commercial, Salt Lake Citt, April 10. Gold. Buying, 10S; selling, 110. The fnoicK.-T Fruits axd Best CKL'tiHKD SUGAliuMsd in the man- utBdiiro of P. D. Code k Co'sPremium , i ruits and Jellies. all r-K the Epipn-an BLOOD PCRI-KIKK PCRI-KIKK for spring medicine. alO Do nt forget the grand action sale at Biirriut's Crystal Palace, 78 Main street, of PL'KMTL'KK, CKoCKKBY, CHI-"A, CHI-"A, GLaS and SI L VERWAKK, GKOCLK1L.S and CLOTHING. alO il organ College opens Monday. a7 Prot. MoRriMr has charge of the HIGH SCHOOL, Department this nuar- I ter. a7 Don't yo R'i kt the GKEAT UNKNOWN, UN-KNOWN, for sale as usual. Tho best preparation for tbo hair. alO More students in paying positions, who have attended tho COLLEGE, than any other school in the Territory. a Turks hundred and sixty pupils in attendance during tho winter at MORGAN MOR-GAN COL LEG K a7 Skcond Sui'1'i.r of Mrs. Stcnhouse's 13ook just arrived at Rayiiould Bro's. n4 N'o i.o.mj vacation at tuk ColuhB, a7 Millinery. Mrs. Goldman, 101 Kiiiilmll'n block, keeps a full assortment of M LLMNKRY, and makes LADIES, CniLDRENS and INFANTS UNDER UN-DER W Aft i a speciality. Givo her a call. aO TKLKGRArnr taught at tho College. r7 Ldies' iiei-autmeut at Morgan College. a7 Largo stock of lino and Heavy boots at Siogel Bro's. o24 Tit Country Merchants. WAL-L1N&CO., WAL-L1N&CO., liavo HARNESS, SOLE, CALF, KLPnnd UPPER LEATHER (it wholesale, 2nd South street, lirst door uu t of Walker Bro s. all Kvkhyimdy should attend MORGAN COLLKUK. a7 A k tin srrnd nates how thoy like Tit K COLLKG K. hT C-'iiloretK'O Baths of clear, pure, soft CUv Crok Wst.T, nnv temperature, all 1' A LAC K BATH ROOMS, 18 Commercial Com-mercial stroll. aj 1 A practical system of instruction at MOKGAN COLLEGE. a7 Our Boot Fitters m2'l DL NFORD & SONS. Largest stock of clothing at Siegal Bro's. olO We are closing out a number of linos of goods at ASTONISHING LOW RATES. "Walker Bros. no Morgan College centrally located. a" ' FineFurnishing Goods at Siegol Bro'B olO Sfnooi. during the ENTIRE SUMMER SUM-MER at the College a? Arrival of Spring OVERCOATS at m'-)Q Sikoel Bros. Our Hatters m2ti DUNFOltD & SONS. No ono who consults his own interests inter-ests will buy before- going to uo Walker Bro's. ' Just Received, tho latest style of Spring HATS, at " nioO Si kg el Bros. Primary department at Morgan Col-lego. Col-lego. a 7 Ed. Harris has just rocoivod a largo stock of tho linost cigars and tobacco, and gentlemen's notions. He has the largest and best assortment of imported cigars in tho Territory. Call at tho , 'Littlo Cigar Store round tho Corner' and sou. f 11 A itusiNEss euccation taught at tho College. 7 Groceri ks and Dry Goods cheaper than the cheapest at no "Walker Bro s, I -r-v l)t. (.'ROVES, . -IXllJ o&ee.Stad,(n;0 Street. Three dior wt of Revere lion'e, hiif a bloc cut of K.ej'haai Store, Sill Lite City. Cttt: iiit-aa4J0. w J iJOt mil First National Bank OIF UTAJH, ssALT LAKE CITY. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Wi.BR!i HnsaRT, C. L. Dahlkr, President. Vioo 2it'.i Akthost Godbi. Cashier. Authorized Capital, - - $500,000 PAID UP CAPITAL, - 8150,000 EARNINGS, ... $136,000. Dividend in 1871, 50 per cent. Oldest Hanking Institution in Utah. : General J tuiiliin XtuainesB Transacted. AGENCIES IN COLORADO AND MONTANA. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. no Town Site of Sal! Lake City. Department of tub Tntrbior, General Land Uffico, Washington, D . 0. fob. 1, 1872. Register and Receiver. Salt Laku City, Utah Territory. Gkstlksirs. Tho testimony and other papers in iho mailer of llio lown silo of Sail Lako City, with tho dilloront e'aiiDs conllict-inK conllict-inK therewith havo been tmrcfully examined and this otlico finds as follows: Tho oash. entry No. 710 uiado on November 2I.1ST1. Ly IUniol U. Wells, Mayor, in trust lor tho inhabitants of aid city, uoibrnccs lots 1 and 2 and south hall section M, acetion 31, and south half section T 1, N R 1 K, oast half of section i. iast halTot N K, 80uth east quarter and lots J and 4, sootion 3o, and section sec-tion T 1, N R, 1 W. Lou 1, 2, 3 and 4. section 4. section 5. section , north half ol section 7. north half of north oast quarter, and north west uu irter section 8, lot o, motion mo-tion T I. S R, 1 E. Section 1. lots 1 and 2, south east quarter, north cist Quarter, osst half of south east quarter section 'i, north tits t yuan er of aorta cat qua; lor, eucLion 11. and north half of section Ili.T 1. S R. 1 W, conUiininR 5,7oU,4u-llW acres. Thco tracts arc covered by tho D. e., N. 2,L"J, mado Ausu'l IT, IsTO by tho Mayor ia trust for tho inhabitants of said city. 1 he following declaratory statements havo been tiled on ihtso iracU. vii: No. IStiil. on N W, 30 1 N. 1 K, by Thomas Burchnrll, July U. Im.'.'.I. No. lvi). on south east quarter -0, 1 N 1 E, by Wm. D. Wrliiim?, July 13, ISO'J. No. IS"), on north east nunrlerol, 1 N.l E, by Tht.maaC. Jones, July 1,1. IJ. No. ISiiS, on mirth west quarter HI, IN, IE, by James fcl. Wright, July li, IS'jSJ. No. on south east quirter, sou'h eif t qunrtcr3l!, 1 N, 1 E, by Charles U. Taylon Julyi. 1W.I. No. lltM, on north oast quarter, south oast quarter 62, 1 N, 1 E, by Charles lo inier, July No. J011. on west half, north oast quarter 11. 1 S,l W, by Uuory Arnold, October 6, LsiO. No. "Oil, on north h-if, north east quarter 12. 1 S.1W, by CharltH li. Davcy, November C, Id 'J. No. l'.'lO, on west half, north west quarter 12, 1 S W, by Jiimos Marsdon, July 17, latj'J. Tho following ia:ticj have "iiroved up," vii: John R. Il&slam, cash entry, No. 37J made .July li. lS.''i', on north oast quarter 35, 1 N, 1 W, contlicuns as to oj?1 ball, north cast quartcn patented and imtent transmitted September 2S, lhTO. Wi'htttn Wolstenholiu, locatod warrant No. 77 ii, ItiU acres, ant 47. on south can quarter quar-ter ;iT, 1 N. 1 W, August lti. If Patent ro-t ro-t urncd in tho register's latter of December 14, sll. Jniues Jack, oash entry. No. 3io, mndo July :i0. Is. ti, on lots 3 and 4, atcuon ,ifj, 1 N. 1 W . Tois entry was contested by J. M. Williamson, William-son, and a hearing vas ordered March 2, IsT '. but no rciiort has boon received in the mnltnr. James Moulton. oah octry Ne. 273, made Jun e 2, 1 &'.'. on south half, north tail iuar-terl2.lt. iuar-terl2.lt. 1 W. Frederick W. Sohoenfield. homestead entry No. l"Jl. mndo April 11. 171, on north east quarter S, 1 S, 1 E, cod llio ts as to north hall', north east quarlf r S. J. AI. Urr applies to locate Chippewa Scrip No. 1:-S "D." on 'ots ! and 2, stction 31, 51, N R. 1 E. Mnyj. lo71. It appears ihit tho tracts cmbraerd In the townsiie entry wore incorporated wiih other lands January 1 H. by the lcciflature of Utah Territory under the name and style of "lireal Salt I.ako City." and that a greater portion of lliCi'c lamb hwo been occupied for purposes of trade, and covered by municipal improvements, for period lone anlerinr to the incip-iration of tho city by the Territorial leiialcturo. The declcratnry statcnonts V-oto mentioned, men-tioned, wita tho ca,-h entries of Mcssr. 11ns-lam, 11ns-lam, Jack and Muulton, tho loc.itin of Wolttenholm and the homestead entry ol Echocntield have this day been held for cancellation, can-cellation, the lands covered by their respect-itc respect-itc claims, hnvinf; been embraced in the corpora to limiiK of said city, prior to t ha pas-eapo pas-eapo of the an oi J une Jd. I'iZ. opening tbe unur",CTcd public Ian la belonging to the United tit a te. io tho operations o! the preemption pre-emption act ol 1M1. Viur action in reject, intc the applic.it ion of Mr. Orr to locate Chippewa Chip-pewa Scrip on a part of tho land in question, i; concurred in, tho tracts applied lor n-t bemE tubjaci to scrip 1'icatioD. nd beiidej the lion, secretary if tho interior under dai t of April 2' 1-Ti. directed ihit all apphca-tionf apphca-tionf to Wrate this scrip .-hnuld be rcjectoJ. Vou will nuiu'y tbo parties in interc.-l ol thi rutins, as tiv:a ii.iultanoeu.-ly as possible. possi-ble. llowioK cacit party sn'y day; from th( date of your nonce I'T appeal. Advice thu nf.:ct of ihc actr.p Uket. at tho eipiratioc of tho period naiad, in or Jar that tim mutter mut-ter tuav be dclii.ncl.v settled. Ketjrn the ca'.er.t i-u--i U Mr. Haclaai per cash eatrj No.. '3. ii rtiil on your file, if r."l. call on Mr. 11 lain to nurreti icr the ;aa:e, :comi aR:e I hy a rclea'p of the tract ia -luesiion to the I'nited s:aiw, and err-tii-ate phowing that tho land ii free from Lucq,. broE-ii. I 1 uny fi.r.her o".'ro?p..stlerjre rative to I thie oa.e rcirr to thi, ic;tcr a ':'J'' by date. Very l(erc:i:ully. Commissioner. L' s ' t n ? - a t k Livn 0;:'e. u.lt L-kL City. Utah Ter-l"eb. Ter-l"eb. nth. 1 Iu ariirdiE1? with the above commnni"- 1 tii55 :r. ui the 'reatral Lzi 0:1; :e. Iiity days are a 1 1 o c 1 (.-,-:;l the date hareof for any wh'f h 1 a D-riararery 2-a:emeni or L,.iie ,ir. hc'.ry ol .iny r.ame or cature upr.n y rart o: p ircel c: tue Ui, J der.-.bed is ; j: ! c -,t . .& :i,n. to appeal rm il oe-i-.: ; .n o: c Uon. Coinmi-fiouer ol tte General Gen-eral I.ar.l 1 ,e. cit.Lej m ii c ca.-jsi- M-.i appeal:. ;f ar.y :S';rc :c. to be raje in ac::r-laa;c .:h the I'.nles ar.d Kepuia'.i .nf pa-;.,'-.: .t : ;. c i :. cTp.r, "t L t r w: - i ,r tn j U '.-. .,.-., -.-.-TiT. ar.d Lntriei thcreiL msatiOLCd w.i, r,e ciL:c:, 1. GEO. R. MAXWri.t., r.'ffniir. 4 G. H. Ui U.1 j.V, ik.-ii.Ttr. i Z. C. M. I. COLUMN. i ! i i c. M. I. GRAND CARPET ROOM. EAGLE EMPORIUM. On MONDAY, April 1st, 1872, we will open a Carpet Room,with a Stock which for Variety, Price and Quality cannot be Excelled West of the Missouri. Mis-souri. Wc have engaged an Experienced and Economical Measurer and Layer Lay-er down of Carpets not surpassed in this City. For New Styles, Price, and Variety wc solicit inspection. inspec-tion. 'I I I H. B. CLAWSO.V, San" j FLOUR! FLOUR! FAMILIES, BAKEliS, MINERS AND ALL OTHERS WAXTISO GrOOI3 'XjbO'O'E SHOULD BIT Wm. Jennings' Flour, TO BE HAP AT T H E Flour Warehouse, on First South St., between Esl ami West Temple Sis., Salt Like City. aT GROCERY DEP'T, z. g. jsa:. x. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Groceries, Hardware. Plows, Stoves, Crockery. Glassware, Tinware, Miners' Supplies. We do not throw out any Baits by Advertizing a few Leading Articles at Low Prices. A-IjIj OXTR GOODS -A-HE cheap. DEALERS IN THE SETTLEMENTS AND MINING TOWNS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO CALL AND ENQUIRE I'll ICES BEFOKB PURCHASING. m30 II. It. CL VSU', Siipc i iiii.mlritt. CONfflCEJiOlfflT ! C0LOTIII1VG BNEflT, Z. C. ZLvT. I. IJnviug lnude extensive Alt(M-nliii mul lniirovi'-ments lniirovi'-ments in oui- jn-emises, we ui-e mm- ii-t'pnreil to oiler every facility in ciiiryins on our rapidly iu-creasin; iu-creasin; biKiness in I lie stile of " ' GENTLEMEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' Ready-made Clothing. HATS of Tin: . i:vit Sl VliilS ARRIVING EVERY FEW DAYS. OXJri SPRING A-RRIWLS Will compriso tho most cxtonsivc an J viiried Slock or Suits 'ritl.T.V!," or every size anil si) In, Ranging from "Men's" of 21 yoars to those of ihc InrEii propnrl ions ; while tho quality cannot, (ail to establish Kt.il I lint Ii or tlio rcputatioD which wo havo alrcidy carricl. The Gents Furnishing Goods Departm't WILL ALSO HB KOUJSTD COMPLETE, And will offer now iDuccnionu to our numerous customers. OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is in the hands of qualified Art isl h, who will heslow the chip nnd adoiitiou bo Dccefsary in success t'ully carrying on thin niipoi taut branch, 80 that Gcntlmneu can rolv on having their tastes suited in every pdriicuiur. Wc ttro tiallj- rrcolvlni Our Spring Purchases of Piece C.'ocxl . Comprising the most fahinnalilc wlylca of now good, in French, English and Aiuerican SUITINGS, COATINGS and To which we Idt.Iq irwUl Ulootion. m i Ti" AflPI Will fiml our flock of Cloilis and 'p i ir An ri lAlLUrilST''mm'''88uu::r,'',',cr'o'n lAILOltb NEWEST STYLES in WALL PAPERS and DECORATIONS TKLWKS TO SLIT ALL TAMIIS, Of our own manufacture. 1 I m29 II, K. CLAWSON, KuirinU-nd' ni. SPRING j30NEKENOE. W9 have Just Reocivcd an imroente phipm'Dt of ROOTS AM) SHOES, HATS AM) CAPS, G EATS' GLOVES, CENTS' FURNISHING COODS, ETC., All of Which mc "Will Sell within Thirty Dny at Cost To Make Iloom for one of the lkrct "tockn of goA in our line ivjr hroulit to thi- Territory. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEPARTMENTS. -7 JDTJUFOJZJD &c SOTS.