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MISCELLANEOUS. Br. J. P, P. UI UENBERGH, From I'rurial) TUB OHE-A-T "V57" O IFL nVE EXTERMINATOR, LiitoofSan Francisco, Cal. Itemarkalilc Cnrei TIim I-, enrtify th.it my wilo. HuM Prk, I, -w h.-ii siiilictwl iV.r tho ln-'t omlit yours mtli - k ,.rit,-r- will, rain in hor st.-mnch, , k "i'l! - ,U 'cvoru headuchc: intact iio . ' .', .r fr.-n IV. .in rnin nn.l inierii'd. rQo ,' ...r.' , Wi! Uoal with tho boat liuclnrJ c ,, , i i.' iViluia 1 n.n sorry lo .ay withmit lir 1 l l'1 VunUonberch lui.l iicrf.irmod in Viii'l ib.' ui Salt l.ako Cuy.'-bich induced u I r. , l.mr aal ! Docwr c. told u-111 it'ill li.-r i-uuil'lninB and inuorioi wore hi N1. .I101110 on bo 17th of August, and since II, -it lime H I'uii" nJ fossivo l-hronio li oiiu ry iro cored, and in lad sb.0 con.idora h0l. ..oil jfr.JSjSfc n. pARK. His A mark-Ckstreville mark-Ckstreville W.R1, t',TA!I. isejiieiiiber od, lbii Over 1,000 Worms Expelled from Jllr. UlMby. My cratitmlo compels mo to mako tho fol-k.itini; fol-k.itini; "fitouiont: 1 hud boon afflicted for in iuv yoarj with a coiiiliiint in my stomach. 'Hi i nk in i 1 was iron Mod with worms. 1 con-bult- a l'r. .1. 1. 1. Van Donbcrnh. Ho con-lirm.-d my boliuf, ami, str&nso to say. ho gave mo only live of his Wurin l'owdersand in live hours 1 was ruliovod of over l.ixw peculiar li.ukin- wiTins, and indeed I fool liko auolhor Vulu.ui one. more. MATILDA MIriI)Y. Salt Lako City, Sopt- 3d, ISTi Wo tho undcrfiiroed, will testify that we were i-roaoat durict; tuolimo tho above wormi l'lUai" MARY BOOTH", Mm. R. L. HKARDMAN, 11. A. I'LliGUsOX. 1'lve lluwlreinVornn Expelled from n Child only two years old by lr. J. I. I. Vn.ii leubcrgU'a Worm Syrup. i T think it my duty Instate tho following facts: 1 My child, only twenty inomhs old, had boon sick lor omo time and wasted away to a moro skoloton. try inn many remedies without any " relict'. Thinkink thu child had wormi lod mo to buy a bottioof Ur. J. 1', 1. anDonborgh'8 M'urm Svrur, and aftor giving tho Syrup, over fiia woriiiri inuyud away friin tho child. Since y then tho Chronic Uiairhua and tho other com- . Mamis aro cured- '1'bank Heaven! my dear child U well onco moro- Mrs. M. A. O'FARRELL, Second South Street, half-a-block from tho Court liousu. Salt Lako City, U. T. Letter from W. K. Horner, Hcber l liy, Waaaich, L'tnli, September 0, 1 873. Iit.J. P. P. Van Desbehou: I think it to bo a public benefit and grati-tndo grati-tndo towards yiui com re Is mo to mako tho fol-JowiriB fol-JowiriB statemont: 1 havo boon suffering for many years with a constant growing rain and a uiverinh- sensation in my chost and heart; , my food would not digest, and a constant nasty, toush and rooy ihlcgm in my inouth and ihruat. I was so nervous that with ditB- i cully I could got around; in fact, from tho con- . Mam iain anil uiisory 1 had wasted away to a mero ski'U tun. L had bon doctoring a great tical witnoui any benefit, and believed that de.ith only could release mo from all my suffer- I ings. teeinc snirn) friends who had received great honour from Dr. J. I'. P. Van llanborch's 1 medical treatment, induced mo to consult him. Ho .tilled thai I was troubled with worms, and raid 1 was curable. 1 took his medicine for a month, and 1 must say all my iiains and miseries havo left me. My bowels are regular, regu-lar, and 1 feel oneo moro as if I could livo twenty or thirty years longer in tho enjoyment of tho greatest of bleisinijs, which is good health. 1 would further say my ago is Ul-livo Ul-livo years. . Wx. K. HUliXKK C'nril from Judge Frier, of Polk C n in y. Dr. J. P. P. Vas Doitinuiiti:. Di-it Sir.: I tako pleasure, in thanking vou I'ublii-ly for the restoration of my health alter nineteen years of great suffering mentally men-tally and bodily. I doctored a groat deal; h;ls afilii'ted with almost every imaginable ain, and despaired of seeing a well day aain. When 1 camo to seo you at Salom, you said you would remove tho cause of -jllrV-trtrTv fcTioro It, "But after tak ing the u, l- i.Tflo-; tiwders you gavo uic, about tM) worms p;vsed from me, and now, fourteen d.ivs aiiern ards, I feel liko another man, and uui able to lollow my businasa without pain or inconvenience. I remain, Yours lespoccfully, A. 11. FRIKR. Eethel, l'ulk county, October 10, 1S71. oetl'J SI31ILIA SI5IILIBCS CrRANTrR. HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST ample experience, an on tiro success: Simple Sim-ple Prompt fclliciont and Reliable. They are tho only njedicines perfectly adapted to popular uso so simplo that mistakes can not be made in using thorn ; so harmless as to be free from danger, and so efficient as te be always reliable. They havo raised the highest high-est couiuio.i;d.uion from all, and will always render satisfaction. No?. ContJ. Cures I, " Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. 25 " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic. .25 3, " Cryini;-Clicor teething of lnfants...i5 4, " llni-rlia.-a,uf Childron or Adults. 5, " Ityteutery, Uriring, Bilious Colic.ij ii, '" i liolc ra-M orbin, Vomiting 25 7, " C'oui;lis, Colds, Urunchilis 25 S, " tural(rtit, Toothache, Faccacho...!5 y, " Hfiirtai hes, Sick Headache, Vertigo 25 10, " Dyspepsia, Uillious Stomach 23 II, " Niiprfaed, or Painful I'eriodS- 25 12, " W iiiu-a, too l'rofuso i'oriods "25 1,;, " Croup. Couch, Difficult Breathing 25 11, " Suit K lit-urn, Erysipelas. Eruptions..2 1.,, " ItheuiuntUiu, Rheumatic Pains. 25 lu," 1'tvtr and Ague, Chill Fover, Agues 50 IT. " Flit's, blind or bleeding is, " Uplitbiuiny, andsoro or weak l-'es 50 latnrrli, acute or chronic Influenia-.oO J.', " ltooptiig.l'uugli, viulaut coughs ,.t0 11. " Arithuia, oj.pressed Breathing 50 IT, ' Eur IH.ciiargt., impaired hearing 50 Z, " Scrofula, enlared glands. Swellings Swell-ings 60 4, " Gent-ml Dobility, physical weak ncSi ,- 50 I'rojuy and scanty Secretions 50 J'1, .' Sen-SH-kiitf.s.sicknossfrom riding-50 J7, " hidiity-lHn-nst, Gravel 50 , " Nervouii lc l.ll i ( y, Seminal Km missions, involuntary Discharges !00 1 ivc II it, with one 'J vial of i-uwder, vurv necessary in sor- U'us ewes. jt, " Sort Mouth, tanker . .11, " 1 rlnary Wtnkii,,,, wetting bed... 00 ,H, " Fiilulul 1't-rlotlM, with Spaiuia m " Suilt rliin at cbantto uf lifo 1U0 .vi, " EplUp M-asuis, L Vitus' I'anco 100 ol, " Ilpt lit r in, ulcerated sore throat 'M FAMILY CASES Of 33 to GO I.nriro vIkIn, toiiinliilnu bictitlc lor i evt-ry or.llimry ilUtar a Inn.lly U itlj(-t to. and book, ordirotilous,. .from io to j35 Smelter Family ar,j Tritvcl-iitg Tritvcl-iitg ca.-os, wim Jj to i vials, fromla to $8 Spe-iLc for all Private 1U-tii-, P..:h fi-rCurlug undf.-r 1 i t- v i ii 1 1 c ireauuonl, in viali and I'lA-kot cjsi j ..S to S3 I'ond'.s extract, Cur. s Burn, Itrnlc, Lnmcnt.i, Nurt'iir!., Sort- Tliruat, SiirniiiH, l.c, Eiiriiclii-, .c.Vnluln! K lnniUdl Km, I. (unburn, 1M lr it, Itol 1 4, Si,t., s,- i;J(.s, IilccdliiK or tlie .7"""'' Homncli, or of Pllcsi loi-n, 1 k.i.,ia sorts. ITU,-, ft oj.. 30 ecu!., Pints, 91.30 Huivrls, 51. 1 j. Y.Thri0 rcNicdiej', except POND'S EX-TUAt EX-TUAt I . by the eao or ingl box. aro sent to -yy I'.vrt me country, by mail or cxpre-J i ot cttargo, on reeu.i uf iho i-rito. Ad- Humphreys' Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co. y::;ceand Dei ot, -No. .2 Ukoadw.iv, .New 1 ' 'R SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, And.it C. M. I. and Go-Jbo's Drug Store-Herald Store-Herald Bindery. Ot a BINDKKY IS PKEPARF.D HO Repair, in a workmanlike manner, All.uiui, OIJ Duoki,(o., (tcM1M CAnd Bindf MAGAilWW, PEKlODiCALa, TRAVEL. GILMER S SALISBURY'S DAILY STAGE LINES TIUIOUGH Utah, South - cast IVcvada & Montana, Mon-tana, leaving Salt Lak City Dlly, r-nlug r-nlug South to i Tintio, American Fork, Mount Nebo, Sevier, St Georpo, Utah ; and Pioohe, Novada ; Ptnlnf throagh : Provo, Sprinpville, Spanish Fork, Pay-son, Pay-son, Salt Creek, Chicken Creek, " Honnd Valley, Filknoro,Corn j Creok, Beaver, Minera- r ville, and r AU the principal town and mining camps imouthern Utah and touth-eait Nevada. 0 Alio !- Corlniia, Utah, dally, ranalng nsrth to Virtrinia City, Holena, Fort Bontn, Door Lodge, Cedar Creek mines, and passing through all the principal towns and mining min-ing camps in Montana. Mon-tana. PRINCIPAL OFF7CK, Wells, Fvgo & Co. Building ani Bait Laka City Ld Wlcea. H. P. Kimball. SALT LAKE, OPIUR And Tintic Stage and Express KIHMAQ DA1X.F FROM BALI lake city, via lake town, TOOELE CITY, STOCKTON AMD OPH1K TO TINTIO. The route has been re-itooked with iplen-did iplen-did Concord Coaches, fine Stoek. careful and ttentive Drivers- and every attention is paid xo the oomfort an i convenience of passengers. passen-gers. Good accommodation on the road, ran won dv DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. OflUe at Wella, Fargo Co.'a, alt Lake City, WINES & KUIBALL, apll Proprieton. UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. -A" - Shrift iirw rt On and ftftcr September B3dr 1873 MIXED TRAINS WILL K. XJ3ST 3D AIL "Y. Going South. Leave the Utah Central R.R, Depot, Salt Lake City, at 7 a.m. and 2.20 p.m. Sandy, (nearest point to Little Cottonwood Canon,) at 8.10 a. m. and 3.30 p.m., arrive at Lehi at 9.10 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Going Xortb. Leave Lcbi at 9.30 a.m. and 4.50 p.m.; Sandy at 10.50 a.m. and 6.10 p.tu; arrive at Salt Lake City at 11.40 a.m. and 7 p.m. FAKKW : Salt Lake to Cottonwood Station, 50etl " " Sandy 11.00 Drarer " 1.26 Point " " 1.75 Lehi " " 2.25 Pasfongers will pleue purchaee tickets at the oQico. M. H. DAVIS, Gen. Freiiht and Tloket Agent. FKHAHORZ L1TTLB SUPBaiNTINDINT. UTAH CENTRAL KAILUO VI). PIONEER LINE OF UTAH, Oh aad aftir Honday, July IT, 1 HI 1 lally Trial un Leave Salt Lake City at 5 a.m. and 2:45 f.m Arrive at Ogden 7 a. m. and i:V p. m. Leave Urlon at a. tn. ami 5:30 p. m. i Arrive at Bait Lake City 10 a,m. and 7:30 p. id In addition to the abo TVTTTC FIX ZXl.XINrl WU1 run DALLY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED Lea vim bait Lake Cltv at t.30 p.nin nd Olden at 5a.m. mikXiri will pleaae Parthui UQalr TIkU at tl. Offleaa. f lAy Cents additional will be charted when the fare La oelleoted on ike train. For all Information eonoemlna fraifkt oi paaiaae. appLr to M. II. DAVIS, Qeneral JTreixht and Ticket Aa't JOHN SHABP, nriiiirriiiDini C5. 31. I. IEi !H3 T J. I Xj DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Just Received A CHOICE LOT OF CLOTH TALMAS, FUR TRIMMED; ELEGANTLY ASSORTED OTTOMAN SHAWLS; SILK VELOURS, jt .axml spk A Very Fashionable Trimming FRENCH BLACK ANO COLORED VELVETS. Ball Dresses, In Silks, TissueSjMoire Antiques, Aud other Desirable Styles, all of which we offer at LOW FIGURES. m29 U, B. CLAWSON, SupcriutcDdent BLAXR BOOKS, STATIONERY, SEWING MACHINES. II jfSB ll CALDER & SEARS. Wear Agents for tho ARION, STEIN WAY & SONS, COICKERING & SONS, DECKER & BARNa and other Icadiuu tuatere, snd respectfully invite our Patrons and the Pubiio to call and examino our stock of tho abovo named instruments. We are also General Agents for the MASON ii HAMLIN world renowned CABINET ORGANS, Which wo have proved beyond air doubt to be tho best and most suitable organs for this climate; and have also tho WOODS, ESTEY, SMITH and other ORGANS in stock. Wc have the LargCEt Stock west of Chicago of Musical Merchandise, INSTRUMENTS, BIIEET MUSIC, MUSICAL STUDIES, aud uvury thing required by AmatourB, Teachers and Musicians. MUSI GAL INSTRUMENTS. Our Stock consists in part of PIANOS, ACrORDEOJTS, CONCERTINAS, TMIUItTF 1 tit;FS. ??A,' ;oLENKi.M, SskSlViSZ?' 1U1.1, Gl ITAItS, FLUilOLtl'TSi BASS llRl lis; MUSICAL MEECHANDISE, Fork. nd Pip.., Mu.tc P.p.r, BI.nE Hull Book, ai.d Cf.ll,, Nl.i'o? JIU.1C, Iu.trucilon Book, for U JLn.irttmcnt., Jilc., Etc., Weaave seeorcdthe!.rvicosorPrjfojsorCareloM,solor,gndfavorblj Imo in thia community, com-munity, tint our catrpni may havo tho b.nofit of hi. rrofOMioo.l ,wi"oj in making their eotecuon of lnstruinonu and musical m.rrhnnHw. " BOOKS -A. 1ST ID STATIONERY. Oar Stock consists in part of Hook.) all uuahuos and woighu of '?.' ti?'"',C"'' BIll. Lrgal, Flat Tap, Folio P, Fr.nch Kolc, Inlllil Olo, Knv.lopc, .11.1... and qi.nlltlc., Card Board, nil color.? Forln Tl.au. t-.pe,,illolor., Br.wlag !,,,, Urowlng Book. 8 SCHOOL FDKXISIIIKea OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SUNDAY SCHOOL PRESENTS. L. PRANG & CO'S PUBLICATIONS. mittoo. from our .took olohoio. ..loction, at'tho' "uolLhor. if hoto.Kd Itouil So, m" THE WILSON SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. We respectfully invito tho Pubiio to oall and examine our Sewing Machines betore purchasing elsewhere, whioh wo claim to bo tho best, o'ueapost, and most durablo in tho market. We guarantoo overy Machino wo soil lo givo entire satisfaction. All aro warranted to sew, with perfect easo, Benvor .ufDg,' Tjfk'iK, Denims, Domestic Cambrio, Linen. Muslin, Laoo, &o. and will fuck, Hem, J) ell. Braid, Bind, Cord, Gather, in fact will do all kinds of work. A tve Years guarantoo given with each machine. Instructions froo by an expert on tho premises. B3 GROCERY DEP'1 Z. C. IML 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. -AJL OTTIR. GOODS -A-IriE OHEAP' DGALKRd m THK yiOTTLKMENTS AND WINING TOWNS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INT K UK ST TO CALL AND JfiNQUIUK TRICKS BEFORE PURCHASING. 31 U. B. CHWgOB, utrlatala SliiN OF HIE -Q IG -j ) OPT GENTS' BOOTS, LADIES' BOOTS, (JIIILDKEN'S BOOTS, GENTS' SHOES, LADIES' SHOES, CHILDREN'S SHOES, GENTS' SLIPPERS, LADIES' SLIPPERS, , CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, For lino weather or jtnriny weather; fur wntk-inc, wntk-inc, liunririk-, working, sparking, cliiubiiig, ri aim;, lit-li nip, minim;, 0 ('., vtc. A Inrco nrnl choice ft-fortmont of tho al'ove, our own nmko mill imported, at tho most reasonable rea-sonable pntiw- We lunko to ortlcr nuy ntyle and litnlttj lie ittrcd mul I us urc ntlafnctlon. OLD DOOTS Mftdo us gwd as now almott- SELLING OFF liELOW COST! Sole Leather! Upper Leather! Harness Leather! Imported Culf Skins, American Calfskins, Morocoo aud Kid Skins, Shoe Findings, AMI "KIT" OF ALL KINDS!! HOUSE COLLAKS! Horse Collars ! ! HORSE COLLARS!!! ALL, AT LOWEST PRICES, Wholesale and Retail ! Ortl.il ly Jli'l rnilve npeclMl nud prompt attention. HIDES ANU WOOL BOUGHT. II. R. CLAWSON, Sup't. RAILROADS. G. T? XI. R. ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 10th, 1ST, THAIU'H WII.I, LEAVE OtJUEX DAILY AS FOLLOWS FOL-LOWS I Overland Passencer Train for Tonno, Carlm, Winnettmccft, Wndswurth, Kono, Marjsvillo, IIihIiUdr (for Orecn), yacraiticntij, Stockton, Lathrop, Merced (tor Yusouiito), Tipton (for Los Angolos), SanJodo and dan Francisco, - 5.20 r.M. Overland Freight and Accommodation Accommoda-tion Train for San Francisco, - - 5.25 F.u. A.N. T0WNK, T. H. OOOPMAX, Uon'l aup't lien. I'iis-j. and Ticket AgonU GEU. H. HICK, Acknt, Salt Lake Citv, tuiico wilh Marshall i Carter, Ovor W. F. & Co'fl Bank. pU) UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TABLE. DNTIL furtlior notice, Trains will leaTe and arrive- at Ogden Daily, as follows: t K ATI. I AfitttVI. Daily EpreE.S-30a.ni. Daily Exp'a.S-lO p.m. Mixed. - 6:40 p.m. Mixed. - 2 35 p.m.1 Froiiiht. 10-J- 1 Freight, - 6-10 a.m. 1 Daily conneclions made at Ogden ith Utah Central Pacific Road from alt Lake city and all points in Southern South-ern Utah. At liryan with sUgoa for Swoetwater minee. At Cheyenne with Denvoi Pacific Railroad for Denver, Central city, Georgetown and all points in Colorado and N'ow Moxico. AL Omaha with Chicago and North Western, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific, Burlington and Missouri River, Kansas city. SL Joe and Council Bluffs Railroads and Missouri River Line of Steamers for all points Hast and South Tickets for sale to all points East at office of Wells, Kftrgo & Co.. East Temple Tem-ple street, and at the otlice of Utah Central Cen-tral Railroad, in Salt Lake city; also at Union Pacific Railroad ticket office in Ogden, at which office berths on sleeping sleep-ing cars can bo Bocured. Arrangements haye boenmado whereby where-by passengers desiring to visit Donver on their way East can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and return at greatly reduced rates. for particulars and all information In regard to passage, apply at Ticket Offices. Of-fices. Passengers should bo careful to secure i their passage tickets to all Eastern and Southern points via OA1A11 A, and thus avail themselves of the advantages of a through sleeping car, comfortable ac-comoiotlAtions ac-comoiotlAtions and quick time, TUOS. L. KIMBALL, General Ticket Agent. T. E. SlCKKLS, Chf. Engineer and Superintendent, JS TIJlVTE table. BURLINGTON RODTE. TO THE EAST, NORTH AND SOUTHEAST, Mo. 9. STATIONS. jlfttla? MAIL. Leave SALT LAKE 5:00a.m. 2:45p.m. " OMAHA 6:30 p.m. 5:30 ft. m. Arrive BURLINGTON 5:00a.m. 8:40p.m. " qslMbarf(C.B.4Q.) 7:00 a.m. 10:50 p.m. " Menaota " 11:15 a.m. 3:23 a.m. " Chicoso " 3:15 p.m. 7:00 a.m. " Peoria - - 9:00 a.m. 12:50 a.m. " Ind'pIlad.B.JtW. 6:15 p.m. 9:25a.m. ' Cinoinnati - - Ur0 P.m. 1: 15p.m. f Ii0gu(port 5&5p.m. 9:Majn. T. P. & W.) " Celnmbna 2:i5a.m. 5:30p.m. rJ"Throaiih Cars from Missouri River to Chicago. Indianapolii, CiacianatL Logaar-portajia Logaar-portajia Colaiabtu. Connection at thoe pol&U with linej leading to the E&it. North and Sonih. Thiaii tho Bat, Sbortt, Uolcaaat i aad tbiapiii nuun, Do not be dooeiTed. bat obtain Tioketa Tia the BarlLngton k MiMoorl Itivex Railroad. A. B. TOUZALIN. C. S. PERKI5B: deal Fun Agent, Seal t- THE CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Is the PIONEER ROUTE between OMAHA and CHICAGO, completed four years ago, since which time the Company have spared neither pains nor expense in perfecting its read beet and track, and equipping it with rolling tock,of the most modern improvements; this, together with the fact of its being the Shortest Line, offers to the Traveling Travel-ing Public a route unsurpassed in this country for speed, oomfort, safety and smo connections. PARTICULAR CAUTION should be taken by passenger! in selecting their route, and not be deceived by false advertisements and representations by interested parties of competing linos in regard to time, distances, rates, etc This popular route requires no false statements, rolying on its true merits, it needs only to bo known by the traveling travel-ing public to be appreciated. TIME: San Francisco to Omaha, four days and seven hours. Via ChicaRO and North W estern Railway, Omaha to Chicago, twenty-threo twenty-threo hours. Omaha tc Now York, sixty hours. Omaha to Boston, sixty-four hours. Pullman's Palace, Hottl, and Sleeping Sleep-ing Care Aro run on all through trains from Omaha Lo Chicago. How to Secure Slooping Berths Bo-fore Bo-fore Reaching Omaha: Passengers desirous of securing Slooping Sloop-ing Bortbe, Sections or Stale Rooms in the Sleeping Car from Omaha East, can do so by telegraphing from any of the stations on the Union Pacific Railroad, to W, A. Carnoator, General Agout, C. & N. W. Railway, Omaha, stating what they want. This is all thoy noed to do until thoy roach tho O. & N. W. Railway Rail-way Depot on the oast side of tho Missouri Mis-souri River, than go to the Sleoping Car Conductor, give him their names, as por telegram, and Uioy will find that he hits their borths resorvod for thorn. Paesongora going East will consult their own interest by socuring Through Tickets via CULAGO & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY, which can bo procured at all principal ticket offices in California and tho West, and at railroad offices to San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Omaha and Council Bluffs. JNO. O. GAULT, General Sup't Chicago. H, P. STAN WOOD, Gonoral Ticket Agent, Chicage. MINES !MINES! I liOUT THIRTY MINKS. S1TUATKD IN LITTLE COTTONWOOD. BINGHAM AND BUTTERFIELD CANYONS. Lotd uiOro in sU-ln, oonsisling of llulona and .Milling Rook. For further i-articulurs en.iuiro of JNO. W. SNELL, Airent, Pi'-1 1DA11U STOKE. CORDON & MURRAY, OENER Air-Freight Air-Freight Forwarders, TO TrnMi f LnY,p- TINTIC, STAR PtSTlltrf. vl-vi1,1?. nnti, a" ''"i""1 in "ulh-Kn-lpro h ADA and ARIZONA, haveopoocd an OFFICE A.D WAHmOlSE AT X-i E II I, (Terminus Utah Southern Railroad.) Ami will Kivo iirotni't attention and difi'oloh lo all goods marked to thuir care. Aim Acents for tho Itocky Mnnntnin Cual and Iron tVs Ci-lobi ut.-.l COAL, wbicli ivonro now I'rei'urcd to lurni-'h in lurgo or eniall juaiititiea. B TO KENT, 'pVO HlNDlti:i) 1-i;i,t FimNT 11 Y i tweniy-fix feet deep, In lits lo unit. in Vi" "",T ClM'ot Ju!lt "I'i'ned nut to 1-Mward .Mnrtiii'd h"ii'o . "I't'nniio tho outhgrn wins of llin luiviisotid iluuso, Emmire on tho iremtn of I RuJJliKr. L, CAMPBKLLi SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. PARKER, WATTSON & CO.' (Suoco&son to Well & Co..) Importer and Manufacture re of TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 221, 223 and 225 Front St., eor. Sacramento. a5 SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. GRAND IIOTKL. On Market, New Montgomery and Heoona Streets. a Arr fhakoisoo, olil. JOHNSON & Co., PROPRirroRa. a. E.A.FARCO& CO., Importers and Jobbors of Brandies. Wines aii Liijiors, VIO Front St., oor. Commercial, D. . kti. i25 SAN FRANCISCO B. auaiKR. Su ew York. J. BAUM & CO., Importer! mod alanuXKtnren or MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING. ana S&n.ome Bt., San Francisco. No 18 Warr.n St.. New York. I BOOTS AND SHOES, California Manufacture, FOR WHOLESALE TRADE, H eaver & Taylor, 118 Front Street, San Francisoo. California. al2 a. omxiflvioa- wuui bc-oi. a. a. bukt. SI. CHIBIjOVIOH db OO., Importer a and w hoi Male deal on Id rilK WINES k. LmUORS, boui Aourrs roa IESSF. MflORF & Cn'S FIMF 011. RnilARflN AND RYE WHISKIES, DtllOI HON L0DIST1LLK, XT. 601 Front 8l. 8AN FRANCISCO p4 Established in 1851.) C. VENARD, Manufacturer of the Original Chartros Coffee, And all kinds of Spices and California Mustard, 625 and 627 Front Street, between Jackson and Pacific. SAM FRAiN CItiCO. a6 A. J. GRIFFITH, Dlar In mpjgfc aU ktudi of ncHLEO SMOK.BD SALMON AND HERRINGS, 1I Washington Street. All kind of Dried, Smoked and Pickled Tlao eonatantly on hand. Jl It. A. Sandereoa, T. L. Horn. SANDERSON & HORN, (Importers and Jobbers of CIGARS iD TOBACCO. (Proprietors i,f L Rapanola Cigar Factory, Sole manufacturers oj the celebrate 'CHAS. DICKENS' CIGAR 413 Front tStreef, Between Washington and Clay, SAM FRAa'CUCO. BP4 E. MARTI fj & CO. Wlolesale Lipor Dealers, Ot Front Street, But Francisco, Proprietors of KLL. LICK'S EXTRA OLD BOURBUB And sole acents for i K CUTTER'S EXTRA OLD B0U880N WHISKIES CoastaiitlT on hand, a fall assortment ot all the ard Brands of Whiskies, Fine Brj"". Foreign and DomiiUo Wines, m5 Bitters, Cordials, e MURPHY.GRANT&CO. Im porters of American and Bqropean Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, HAN FKANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, Call the attention of the Trade to their larri and complete fi.ook ol FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS Whjsh they a: now rsoeiviog direct from aoropoan Mannfaotarers, oempriainc ia part ranch Merinos Wool Satlnee, Wool Plaids, French and Oenaan, Irish and French Poplins, Empress Clothe, Twain, black aad colored, Velveteene, Alpacas, black and colored, SILKS, VELVETS, RIBBONS, GLO "V" E S , Kid, Back, Berlin (Ladies'. Misaes', flenti') Gents' Underwear And all kinds of Gents' Furnishing Goods.; Hoelery.comrtete la all IU brancb.ee White Oootle, Hmidkerohltfi, Shirting Lluena. q,ullta, white anil colored,' Dtuiaiae, bruwii loom and MMched. Towli, Uur. Dfir, TnrkuU, a pa. Ins and Uoyllas, t., Kto, Kta. Special Notice. CARD TO THE TRADE. TUB Mission & Pacific ffoolei Mills, Ipot, Noi, Oil A51U .Mm ket St., SAN FRAN CISCO. CAL.' Uffer to tho tra.lea l.nrco and Well-Boleoted Aenoriiuunt ol Woolks Goods, Mannfaoturod at lliolr colobratcd Mills, Cotiii.-liur of BLANKKTS of every des-riition; HOUSE ULANKKT8 and Hl'UU V HDUKS; HiMjK and SLUICE Blankotinsf . various widths and qualities; 0LOTUS. CASSIMERKS and TWEKD3 of every description: (iF.NTS. LAD1KS', MIStiKS1 and Cll I LURliN 'B SHAWLS In ureat rarieij- ; Ol'KRA and FANCY KLANNKI.S ; SJIIHTIM FLANNK1.S ; TWKK1, CASSIMKRE and FLAN N li L SHI H T S and UNDKRWKAR. VATi:it 1'ltOtU'S and lit;. PliLLANTS, vnrUms ptntdi nn.l otjlM. Ksit All-Wool and .Merino 1ikkwkar and Hobikrt for men. women and children, eg. run VL1.Y ndapted for tli I'nciLio CoaaU Woolen Yarn in all shades by tho pnckiiKo. Ai.i. tloods in our lino lminuiaclured "to oatKa" ai short notice, and at t'lo lou'khit market itIi-cs. l'rico LisLi sent on ni'i'lk'uiion. M1SHIONd1acIK10 W0O,;n jlUiiS Lrp,.t, 9fos. 517 d SlU Mrt. hct Si. BAN I1' RAN CISCO, CAL ' atiltt Pall and Winter Notice! "' f PPitUk Bit J TL rLII VAL. Fall & Winter Goods. C TVS. X. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, HIVE HOrClIT A LARflE AM I) WELL SKLECTED STOCK OF CLOTiiliVU A D MEX'S FURN1S1I-liG FURN1S1I-liG GOODS, SUITABLE VOll THE SEASON AM) WHICH IS yi)W Ol'Ey FOR INSPECTION. French, English innl American Nnltin, Coatings ami LHSsimeies in great variety mul latest fityle. Men's and Hoys suits of tlif luiest r.tsliion. from the flrst Houses in New York, lioston, Chicago ami San Francisco. A FULL STOCK Ob" HOME MADE CAS31MKRES AND JEAN9, TO WniOH WE INVITE INSl'KCTION. MEN'S UNDERCLOTHING, HOSIER, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, COLLAKS AND GENERAL FURNISHING- GOODS, Trunks, Valises. Rugs. Blankets, Gapes and Overcoats. MEiYS AND BOYS BOOTS AND SaOES, EASTERN AND HOME SJADF. GRANT, GREELEY, AND ALL THE NEWEST styles OF HATS AND CAPS. WALL PAPER & DECORATIONS IN GREAT VARLET5T, The great success which has attended Our Merchant Tailoring Department Has induced us to make Large Purchases for our Tall and Winter Trade, Sq that gtutlemeu may choose from the most Varied and Extensive Stock we have ever offered. Tailors' Notions and Trimmings of the best quality always on hand. , H. B. CLAWSON, superintendent. Sewing Machine. yyii respectfully invite tho Pubiio lo oall and seo our excellent variety o Sewing Machines, IX Plaiu,Bcautifiil aud Elaborate Styles of Workmanship AND QRIHTLY IMPROVED WITU TUB FANTON C-cVSTORS. Tin: Total Stito of tlic SIXGER MACHINE are now THREE QUARTERS OF A MILLION. THE SALES OF LAST YEAR, 2. s 3., 2 G o Ad ovidonce that it is tust ninning supreme favor ia tho houehold. ino MNaKR company sold over tho other Companies, 52,734. Sk' Tho Chicago Relief Committee furuislicd sufferers by the Fire to Marvh is, 1S72, 3,9-14; 3.1j1 Singer MarhiUfS, all other makes, Applicants mado their seleetion, with same discount on all. OUR SALES IN UTAH EXCEED A Nit OTUKtt HOUSE IN THE SEWING MACHINE LINE TU1S SIDE OF CHICAGO. We courteously Invito the Ladies to see our T.m broidery Attaolimoutt It etlracu ronorivl etteotioo and adjuiration. Wo also desiro you to eoo our TUCKERS, CORDERS, RUFFLERS, BINDERS QUILTERS, HEMMERS, TRIMMERS, PLEATERS, SELF-BASTER5, SEAM-RIPPERS, NEEDLE-SETTERS. NEEDLE-SETTERS. PIUTABLK FOll ALL K1S1S OF SUlTXLli SKWLNJ MAClliMW. r K Ul'AKAXTKK KVKKY MAOIMXK K SKLL TO OIVU KNTIKK SATISFAC li-ii..ii. li.iioiMli..nHU-lilva,l.!n.t,vl. tr(o,l mid t,-itM hv evrorn-" Mtvhwic and alUro n urr.uilfd lo will. e.i..e all km.b jpu,l.. from the cortooal U tho linwt. lt:o, lUHliii, Ciimb tic., l)oiut(ic, Dcuiiit 'L'ickiDja; Durkiu IUum ei. Km khkin ami Loniher. tKir Instnietion pi von free of charo by eouipetout attoudants, aod t"0' of Kilo to tuit all eiremustances. OTHER SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED ON SON ABLE TERMS. We extend corilial invit-uion to all to COME AND SEE OUR MACHINES Wl.olli.T ll.ov wish to purclia-w or nol. ...,. ' ,lTTIIIiSI.IIElUIUII.(; 3llCIIIXBDEP.iRTMT Z. C. M. I. General Agents, Two doors .outh of Kaglo Emporium, Sau Uki Citt.