Commercial. Pai.t La ice Crrr, April r,. Gold. fluyintr, 108; selling, IKH. Moroan Cci.i.iu opcri3 Monday. t7 Ixmis Vocabulary. Visitors to the city Jurin? C'jnforfluco should cur-h ic-curca c"py of .Major Dimic Hunt-inet'Ti'- Utah and Shoshone vocabulary and Indian legends. Jt is interesting and cheap. r"or caie at Dwyer a0 C'nt 11 E iiKATKs the K KTCII I: V of I'. I). Co n E & Co., of San Francisco. Try it. :'T Kailroau Notice. The Utah Northern 11. II. will during tho session of Conference run trains connecting with tlio Central J'acilic morning and CTfningtrnina. fti) I'Ruf. Morgan has chargo ol the HIGH dCHUOL Department this qunr-fcr. qunr-fcr. ii TiikGrasd Auction at the CKYS-TA CKYS-TA I j fA LACK, 7S Alain Btreci, Jittr-ratt's, Jittr-ratt's, will bo continued Monday at 4 m. HKAVY SALE of FPrlNT-Tl'KK. FPrlNT-Tl'KK. CliOCKEltV, GLASSWARE and GKOCEUIES. itT Tkleuka y tuught at the College. Millinery! Millinery!! Millin-ir Millin-ir y ! ! 1 For your spring goods, call on Mrs. W. T. Bower, Kimball's block, Id? First South street. Just received, a splendid assortment of Straw Goods, Flowors. lliobons and Laces. SPK1NG OPEN iNG, Tuesday, April 2d. mli7 Tit ree hundred and sixty pupils in attendance during tlio winter at MORGAN MOR-GAN COLLEGE. a7 To Country Merchants. WAL-L1N&CO, WAL-L1N&CO, have HARNESS, SOLE, CALF, Kl LJ and UPPER LEATHER at wholes-tie, 2nd South street, first door wo I of Walker JJro'a. aO Every hod y should attend MORGAN COLLEGE. a7 Illumination every night at tho PIONEER PIO-NEER LAM P STORE. no Sbcond Si.ttlt of Mrs. Stenhouso's Hook just arrived at Rayhould JIko's a4 A-K tho Graduates how Ihey like THE COLLEG E. a7 Conference Unths 01" clear, pure, soft t'itv Crei'' Water, inv temperature, at PALACK BAT1L RuoMS, IS Com-niurciul Com-niurciul .'treet. a'i A 1'HAcrtrA.i, system of instruction St morgan college. i Haknhss ani Shoe Leather ns low u the lowest at C. C. WALLJN & CO., Si-.-nrd South ftreet, ttrst door west oi Walker liro. H;t It. 11. Tmi'i' will comnienco his tirst tt-rm of school in the loth 'Ward tUo first Monday Ht'tor Conferenee. no H ok k -ti'vexts in paying positions, wlm havo aUt-nii.-d tho COLLKGE, tlntit any other school in the Territory. ai I'osvKRKScK isitors are invitod to esili at the 1'ION ELR LAMP STOKE mi, I examine our PKTKOLKt' M KLlTl 1 as an illuminator, and the im-m.-vement made in SAFETY HL'KN-KKS HL'KN-KKS for Fluid and Kerosene Oil. lUlf a Mock we-t of C. M. I. Dry Goods Department. K. Ukksk A: Co. Ladies" puewktmknt at Morgan College. a; ' Large stock of tine and heavy boots at1 Siegel Bro's. o'2-l (Jo to Taylor & Cutler's and SAVE MONEY by buying goods at coit. ao ! j Primary department at Morgan Col-a7 Larue Auction Sale at 78 Main St., 1 comiheneing Saturday evening, April lith, of Groceries, Clothing, Furniture, Crockery, China, Glass and Silverware. al Largest stocli of clothing at Siegel Bro's. oil) MokuA N Coi.LKu k centrally located. No i.oMi vacation at tub Collets. Fine Furnishing Goods at Siegel Bro's olO t-Vuooi. during tho KNTIUE Sl'M-l MEU at tho College. ;i7 Frkmi Hrkad delivered evniv d;iv to anv part of the citv. Fol" K I' KEN I LOAVES lor -M. t. Leave orders at L'tali Cracker Bakery, Mam strew. I Ol'R lioor KlTTKKS ni-J. IH'NFOUI.) i SONS. Er. IIrris h.i- just roeeiM'd a !:r,-e st.vk of the cncst cigars ar.d l.'hf.vo, Mnd gentlemen's notion-. He has the litrp-t and best afrorlmcnL of inip '-'o d cir-i in the Territory. Call al tho I 'Little Cigar Sloro round the Corner' and iOC. 1'U SPELLING, READING, WHITING, WHIT-ING, ARITHMETIC, GKAMMAIt and GEOGRAPHY taught at the College. Col-lege. R; I All kinds of plain and fancy JOB PRINTING- executed promptly and after tho latest style al the Hkkald Job Oiliee. f 21 Arrival of Spring OVERCOATS at m-U Sieokl Bros. Our Uattkrs no; Dl'NFORD & SONS. No ono who consults his own interests inter-ests will buy beforo going to a'i Walker Bro's. For Kent, at a bargain, a FIRST-CLASS FIRST-CLASS STORE, on Main street. Address liox 470, Post Oiline. m23 Just Reckived, tho latest stylo of Spring HATS, at mUO " Siegel Baos. Ci.obinq out our stock of LAMP GOODS at a sacrifice, E. Rkkse & Co. a-3 A iiusise-ss education taught at the College. a7 Groceries and Dky Goods cheaper than thecheapest at a Walker Bro's. Dried Ekuit.Wq will pay tho highest price for well dried, clean Peaches, Apricots and Plums, at our Provision Department, First South St., west of tho Tlieat.ro. nil'-J II. B. Clawson, Supt. H)0,(JiN) puuiols Corn, -10,000 pounds Corn .Meal, liDO sacks Su Louis Flour, GO tons Haled hay, Lo be closed out at Durum A: Cutting's warehouse. m:;i Five Hundiikd KIDDER BEEHIVES BEE-HIVES for sale, at il.oO, $0. 00 and Si. 00 each, at H. Dinwoodoy's .Furniture .Furni-ture Store, 7o First South street. mlO To the Traveling Puiilic You aro hereby noli lied that at Ogden city, the junction of tho I'. P. 11. 11. and C. P. R. R., thero is ono cosy, comfortable hotel, well known by tourists and commercial com-mercial men, where comfort and cleanliness cleanli-ness and all of the requisites of tho season sea-son can be found. A freo carriage always al-ways al tho depot to convey gucata to the Ogden House. r4 Millinery! Millinery!! Millinery! Millin-ery! ! ! For your Spring Goods, call on Mrs. W. T. Bower, Kimball's block, 107 First South street. Just received, a splendid a.-sortmenl of Straw Goods, Flowers, Kihhons and Laces. SPRING OPKN ING, Tuesday. April lid. iiil!7 We are closing out a number of lines I of good. al ASTONISHING LOW RATI'.s. Wai kkrBro v .Mui. usury Treks. For sale, a tine ' lot of "While Koso of Lombard"" I I Mulberry Trees, two years old, at ten I cents each, by Louis A. Bertrand, P-'tli I I Ward, opposite Mr. Paul A. Schettler's i ! housi. ml'.' I To nix Pciilic G KO. SitOWKLL j; pn-par.'d M n:c '.t work and re-ni'ive re-ni'ive a l n.sai.C'1 w ite' cr. on Teas'.; Tea-s'.; 'h term?. li 0 can he foi.nd at Slioweil a iUbW, on Second S- uh 'street. n:-J 1 To Wall-Paper Buyers and Paper-Hangers ! THOSE buylnc P:ii'r nt .. C. M. f. CLOTHING CLO-THING DEPARTMENT enn hnvo it trinitned ready to put on tho wall by our Pa lent Paper Machine- Call and sea. mi Tho fourth term of the Academical roar ending Juno 14, lBJ, will eeinmenco Iho da succeeding tho close of the conference. As tho Institot'on will in nil prebubilily not be crowded during the ensuing term a fine opportunity is ottered lo students. Special Spec-ial attention gives to all pupils do irmis of obtaining a thorough English education. Koticrt L. Campbell, Dnvltl Blclvcnxle, uftho Executive Ominitlac. jEj EDUCATIONAL. ST. MARK S SCHOOL FOR G!RLS AT S T. M A UK'S C II U II C II . 1 lia Trinity term nf thi Echool will open on Monday, April Sth, al 5) a-in. Tonus. incIuttiriK boofes. all Echo I reiuisit03, Vociil Music, Frcmh and Gorman, per quarter of 1J woelis. iJO UJ By request a Primary Department h opanrd fur small tihildron. Term a. not includiDK extra0. SI11 (Hi Hev.T. W. iUsMSP. RocUr. Mips E- M. W hums, Princip l. Pbov. Wii. Iir.HHii.tx, t-'ronch A Herman. Al u. IIakmkl Pn.vTf, Vocj.1 ilufic- 1 01.3 HO! FOR CONFERENCE Taylor & Cutler, Have just received a big stock of Dry Goods, Which Hi ay are soiling at COST! also GIIOCUKIKS, TIXWAKE, f TOVUS, Etc. Before you Buy elsewhere, else-where, Call and See for Yourselves. Furnacemen Attention! A 1 Fire Brick. SCOTT, DUNHAIYI1& CO. Aft I rOB TBI (iOI.DKS CITV FIRE BKICK, Whii'h are e, ual if not juperior to ihe 1 best Er.elifh. , sreci! rte tivco by Iht ear IoJ. of 112 BATHS, BATHS! Warm Spring lnlhs ! j FrlTt and plane. TT.'c;;7Tii- irt cyTi to U:F r"' He l I! . Ir fcri-jaM Plns Bath f r UIim ird I frr. -..Msec u now II. AIIIOLD. iuT ' First National Bank; o:f UTAH, I SALT LAKK C I X Y. j DESIGNATED DEPOSITOKY AND FINANCIAL AGENT OF j THE UNITED STATES. WiRr.s ITrs3KT. C. L. P 3 l n r, Fro'i.ter.t. Vice Prest. AxTiiOXT Godbs, Cashier. Authoi-Ucd Cnltnl, - - 5300,000. ! PAID CP CAPITAL, - l."iU,OUO EARSI.Gi, ... S13G, UOO. Dividend in 1871, 50 per cent. Olfhsl J3 -inking Institution in L'tah. -V Geueml Jlusinetn 'Jrniii.acted. AG EX CI118 IN COLOIiADO AND MONTANA. j C0 LECTIONS r-jr.riLV AT ftNDE D TO. j INTF.KTT AbT.OU'"!) OX TIME 1 IU. PUSH'S. i . S. T.-U-60-X. 0 H WAID I; T11K medical revo'utinn which com-' nionced years ago with the gradual JiMiso i.'f bruud-lcttiag, salivation, -lias tie purgative., an! powerful opi-aiep, opi-aiep, enes bnjvely aud gloriously ou. hivciy day the sick grow wiser. They j j.irc no longer willing to open their ; mouths, shut their eyes, and take whtil- ever the doer.oi arc pleased lo prescribe, 'without inquiry. They want to know 1 the nature ot' the medicines they are J dcfired to s.valiow, and demand to : Irive 1 he mysterious Litiu Jingo of the profession translated into plain Kug- 1 lish. I The Invalid World understands at last that VlGOU is the great an-tEgonist an-tEgonist (if disease. 'J'he leeble decline to be utterly prostrated by depleting pills and potions, and turning from' ;-uch tui-iidicituenth with loathing, I , judicimi-ly place their triiit in a renie-! dy whieh combines with the properties' of an Alterative those ol' a puro and i wholesome Tuhio ai,d Ke.storniivc. It Ls noiv about twtlve ymn Muee this grand desiderurum was introduced under the name of PLANTATION BITTERS, aud lioui lli.it time lo the present its progress, h.i been .viihout a parallel in the hiiiiory of proprietary iiiedieiues. iih the s;iiLt ot'tne auar eanu the most ii'.;:iLiou.i of all stimulants for ' J its bLi:.:.-, and medicated solely with tho juices aud extracts of rare vegetable spucilies, such as CalUaya IJark, the bet known Tonic that tho world produces, pro-duces, and which makes it by all odds the most unobjectionable iiivigoraut, corrective and general ulterauvc that 1 has ever bcen-placed by bcicuce within '-the '-the reach of the sick, (he suffering, aud the despondent. Hence it has overleaped all competition, and Plantation Plan-tation inters is to day the most popular popu-lar Tonic on either tide oi' the Atlautirj. KAii;y MusiAiii mm yOU MAX AXD J1HAST. Probably few articles havo over had so extensive a sale, while none havu been more umver.-aily bui.-tieial than tlio celebrated kjvIcan alusTASa Liki-us.vr. Liki-us.vr. Children, Aduiu, Jlor.-es and Domestic Animals, are always liable to accident, n-ul it is fate to say, that no Jaunty can pahs a single as.'ii without some kind oi an emollient being necessary, neces-sary, it becomes a matter 01 import-mice import-mice then to secure the best. Tho merits ol the .Ukxii'A!; 11 upTano Ll.MMK.NT are well kn.iwn throughout Iho habi':tbld world. From the million upon million of bottles s.dd, no com-plainl com-plainl has ever rniehed us. ( is r(.-coniineiuled r(.-coniineiuled fur Cuts, Jiru;.t., Sprainp, Khemiutiisin, Sweiling.-i, ChilJ blains. iVc, uj.on man, and fur Spavins Founders, Kuijj-bono, p,ill jvjj Seralelios, Wind-Gabs, Iijyf(tlo, (ijc, upon horse6, IM.'jfilANI T.) CWNEisS Or HORSLS. "TliI? is to cert;.'. That .Mexican Muf-tai'.K Muf-tai'.K L ti iiu li.i.- ljut 11 eineii -11 ely ui-td io qiit a .tile, ;hr ij'i.ju: trie oniatry ( nc h.ivc :..) avr?c;i wstli iliu Kre.iiust iiuinsm m nil caes ol (ja.ll.-. kitk-i. M'fiiij. Iiiij 8t:lT-D0.-S. etc. .M;inyl uur :u;-;, ), lVl! ,.j ,.,.. IOOIOU.-0 1T in-.hoir U uilie.. ..r,.i ail ei.o.-.k of u in tna hisie-t :cr:.n. Uito nf mm men if. it kioke t n:, d ti.i lli an.i tjrui.-c.l; a? us-mil, us-mil, tno .Mu.-tauu Liriuaent w...i retried tti; the lauu'ce?3 (.- reu.okcJ. r;.J he vena al-, uioi-t well tn luur d.rj .. iecm cSctriulIyi recomtuend it a a, valuable nej-iiraiion lor : aidD ur beuL Yuurd rtjicciiull y, J. iJi iNNINfi, I Foreman of Adtina A Cy's. bxp'a. Mutiic i "W 0 Ink? gra i.le;inrr in t eci.tc tnen-iing ' the Mciican .Mu.t.,rik- Lin m tu t u n irulm- I I'cns.iMcun.l valii.K.io iirin-.c. nud ihu bet uro'l it f-i ti-vcro b--i,. -,rc , aa wtll w , rbcuin&tio j-aiin, and all aj ii ncu like J. II. IIKWITT. Foreman. For Ameri-.in Kx-ei'c ri C'i., l'i ;,u !rcpt-HnrJcr.'.J !rcpt-HnrJcr.'.J hxi.r--- , 7l ilr .I..;-; Pollen' 1 Weils. f..ri.-.. i Lo.. 14 WmK .vrL ottBl"- , Uvertnre" h ,r,.ir-l iv,,-y ttabl- in! :he(.:'yoi New .ru al-.no try using1 .be Mkxil'ak .Ml.-tamj Limmem, m i of which il givos unucual e&Litfac- I Jon. CAirms. j .--tdb urjiriL.i:! 1 i...rL;e b-.ro u It- f-1nuiw.U'"1;,i.rrin a 'lue"';'il Vlaie" j fi.cravir-s. w,:.. ' u. V. V;.:,. :. t -,. i-l." d.) "ir., ;, J!h.K AN Ml T A N ( 1 Li XI M I.'" 1 ." t, I ..,.. ihr- f.V-e :. r. r .; T n a . , p 1, -.-, r Mil iTOj.nct-.r.- (.n-.ato rii,;'ly.i'f iL-:v.n.j. birA"-;.-2 c-Ui-Ii"J iLJimi ' uietJ j LT. M.Mr.ni-R-:--, C ... ' d27 - -. i;..., y. y. ; PAiSS lHlO.de CO,,' LEATH.ri A!';D FSMDiXGS 33 tid 37 South Cinul itreef, Sv? I"-"- LiliLAa J, ill j FLOUR! FLOUR! j I FAMILIES, BAKEKS, MIXERS j AND ALL OTI1EKS WAXTIXG ! SHOULD BIT Wm. Jennings' Flour, To be bad at the F;our Warehouse ou Fiist S.urh Siret, between j Kast and West Temple Streets, Salt Like City. aT GROG E RY DiP'T, z. a. im:. 1. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CJroccrics, llanhvaro. Flows, Stoves. Crockery, Glassware, Timvare, 3Iiners' Supplies. We do not throw out any Baits by Advertizing a few Leading Articles at Low Prices. -A-XjIj OUR GOODS OHE.F. DEALERS IN THE SETTLEMENTS AND MINING TOWNS WILL FIND IT TO TUEIli 1NTKUKST TO CALL AND ENQUIRE PIUCES BKFOltU PU11C11ASING. 3J -I. B. CHWSO.V, SrM-l.itt-ml-.t. CONFERENCE JINNOUNCEHENT ! CLOTHING DEP'T, Z. C. I. llaviiis liii.de extensive Allcialimis and I mpiovc-inciits mpiovc-inciits in our premises, wc lire now prepareil to Dft'er every facility in carrying on our rapidly increasing in-creasing business in the snle of GENTLEMEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' Ready-made Clothing. HATS OF T1BK iXEWMJiT TVLi:S ARHIV1NO KVEKY fSW DAYS. OTJR SFK,I3Sra- ARRIVALS Will comprise tho most oxtunsivo and vnried Stock of Suits ViU'r.Vilr f every size and slyle, Ranginc from "Mpn's"of'2A years to lliosc of ih- hue (Ft prnpnriions ; while iho quality cunnot (ail 10 cftnblish still further 1 he reputation wbtuh wo luivo nlruaJy earned. rhe Gents Furnishing Goods Departm't . WILL ALSO UK FOUND COMPLliTE, And will oflcr now iuducoiuonts to our Duuicrous cu.stouit'ru. OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT la in the hands of qualified Arlitn, who will 1 cntw l lie cue mid attention fo necessary in Huccnssl'uily carrjin on this impoitant branch, so that Uomlciiu'n cm rdv 011 haviun tli ctr tustes suited in every ptiniuulir. Wo tiro daily rocoivioit Our Spring Purchases of J'iccc (.ootls Comprising the moat fnliiinab!c styles ol' iil'W koo'I--, in Frcocli, Ktijjti.li and American SUITINGS, COATINGS nnd CASSI.MERKS, To which we invile pprcial fttLootioii. rP i TI AllO Will (ind our Hock of Clollis nnd ril I It All 1 AlLUlio Tr --sir ? 1 AILUJio NEWEST STYLES in WALL PAPERS and DECORATIONS C'tastuDl'T arriving. i .I VtiN TO Sf IT AIAj UM I1S Of oar own ir.nufeturo. m2'.t IJ. , CLAWSON, SuiTrifitTithnt. SPRING CONl'EKENOE. W hve Ju.t Hcoeivnd aa iruuicnw hipu)t;iit of IJOOTS AM) SIIOKS, HATS AM) CAPS, G CATS' (i LOVES, CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., All of Wliich wc "Will Sell wldilu Thirty Diiys nt Cost To Make Kooro fur ono of the larct f-tocV.s of Roo'h in our Hoc ever brought to Ibis 'J'crrit'jry. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEPARTMENTS.