r. W.SrAY.vBH s!a the Telegraph Wshinjf Machine at bii Wuh and Wringtr JDeput, west of Kimball A Lawrence. 0I8 Si- KscaiPTiow Books. George M. CUrko r-'iue-u ni to stAte that h will, l.-Jay and following dayg, by delivering deliver-ing Kn cyclopedias, Hofrrtn', and Mitkespeare, etc, to subscriber. 0I8 (jiMti-M Notice. The 17th Quorum of .'.-verities will meet on .S'indy, 20th in-'-nnt, at the residence of Preat. H. B-Ciiiw-n, immediately after the eloie of ttiv iifternoon service in tho Tabernacle. oc n (). V. St&yner sella tho Telegraph Witching Machine at his Washer and Wrintf-r Uep it, west of Kimball & Jjiwrenoe. ol8 liKnn paid for Hay; inquire of C. R. ILirrnlt, noit to 1'oitolflco. OClC N kw Good? just received to-day at No. 3 Commercial street. ocl2 W-Stayskr sells the Telegraph Wii-liing Machine at his Washer and Wri Mirer Depot, west of Kimball and Lawrence, ocl8 Outtiwo & Go's California. Canned Kriii, Junius, Jams, etc., are far superior supe-rior to nil othftr brands. For tale by all lir,it-clit?s grocers. myl4 UtvfovAT,. I will romove my book nti I nnwt dcput this evening to Lyons' K (--liitinx sloro, Iwj doors north of Huin of i3icrot, noar Postofflco, while my now store is being but It. uc: J AM. Ed DWYKR. N kwkst Attractions In Job Printing Print-ing iit the Herald Office For tub ftnent Suit of Clothes at lowest low-est price go to No- 3 Commsrcial itreot. HuiiBAua and Washstands at Barrel's. Su,i.s, Cahph, and Circulars, in lnt"H styles, printod at the Ukrald Oilico. 1 "16 Xatkst Stylkh, fall good, received t'vi'ry mvor.d week, at No. 8 Com mo r-finl r-finl slront. J as. A, 8troniborg, Merchant Mer-chant Tiiilor. Call and oxaniino. s'24 M.vrratt's Stock Is next to Post tnticu. o'i .'kiL ani neo H.XJinwoodey'i aasori-i-ni-ut of Mirrors. llo oflors them v-Ui'ip. oc3 Ukxry Dinwoodxt is agent for 1 Vine's Patent School Doak. Call and ten tho sample oc3 Dopokrs T-rinUjJ cheaply and tasla- i ttlly kL tho Hkrald Job Oulce. C. W. Statner sells tho Telegraph Washing Machine at his Washer and Wringer Depot, west of Kimball and Lawrence. ol8 For a Stylish Pair of Pants go to No. 3 Commercial street ocl2 Maoazinks, Pamphlets, Periodicals! Muaio Books, Scrap Books, etc., etc., bound in all forms and stylos at the Hkrald Bindery. 6j Wallin & Oo,, havo just received a fresh lot of that flue Atulo Jewelry, and invite tho attention of tho publio gon- erally. oc4 JortK H. Dakkks, at No. 18 Second South MreoL will pay IA.SU for OATS, WHKAT, BAULKY. BUTTKlt, KGUSand DK1EU FBUIT. ocl Immksse stock of furniture at Bar-ralfs Bar-ralfs 2 ToourriT your bo jso orJoiSce go to Barralt's. ,,a Job Printing ail sues and style jo no proniptlv and , cheaply at the Ukbald OiBco. "Thkkk Chskes Tor Greeley and Grant." H. Dinwoodey haa just received re-ceived two car loads of Chairs, and is prepared to furnish a groaa at the drop of the hat. oc3 Examine Barratt's Parlor and Chamber bets. o2 Geo. Showil, Scavangor for the City. o2 Street Cars. The public will pleaio tako notice that the Btreut cars aro now running regularly between the railroad depot and Third South streot. Ticket $7.00 per 100. Single fare 10 cents. j2 Political conspiracies are tho source of party corruption, but tho SAUCE of P. D. CODE & CO., of San Francisco, Francis-co, preserves health by stimulating tho sppetite. al4 Grrat Summer Tonic. Hegeman's Oordial Elixir of Calisaya Bark. A pleasant Cordial which strengthens and improves tho Digestion, an oxcellont preventative of Fevers, Fever and Ague, 4c, and a great Renovator and Tonic for invalids and debilitated persons. Hkgsman & Co., New York, sole manufacturer. man-ufacturer. Sold by all Druggists. my29 Lyon's ToothTablkts are compct, pure, of dlicte flavor, elegantly put up, and suited to refined t&sto. oo 'Sot Very Well," A feeling of vague bodily aiscomfort which does not amount to positive il!-nesa, il!-nesa, and yet is incompatible with health, i often aptly docrirsl by the phrase "Sot very well." This fueling usually aries from a deficiency of the nervous power which is required to ke?r tho vital machinery in vigorous and healthful operation. "ervous weakness ha too frequently turned out to bo the prelude of soma serious malady to admit ad-mit of any doubt in the manor. Inactivity Inac-tivity of the bo iiiy functions as surely begets their derangement as cause precedes pre-cedes etVect. It is therefore, absolutely efntial for preservation of health, perhaps of life itself, that this warning should be promptly heeded. The ciue does not admit of delav, RTitalir.o tha system at one and effectually wuh Hosteller's linters that peerless invigorant w hieh by infusing :iew health and slreriir.h into tho system, protects it against disease more surely than ever knigut of oid was protected by armor of proot against hi foe. oc!6 D. R. Allvk'b Tamous XXX and XX FAMILY FLOUK for sale at Z. C.M.I. Produce Department, first door north ol Bank of Deseret. my22 Davis. In Natcho, Miss., at quartor to four o'olock a.m., September 9, 1S7J, Aonio Blanche, wife of Win. A. Davis, native and resident of New Orlciins. Deceased, who was on estimable lady, was llio daughter of Mrs. Llcanor J. Pratt, of this city. NEW"flDVfRTisEIViEtiTs! SALT LAKE THEATRE Friday, October 18th, 1872. ENGAGEMENT of tho Popular and Favorite Actor Mr. F. M. Bates. Miss Jean Clara WALTERS AS ALIDA BLOODGOOD. Will bo presented tho over ponulnr Sensational Sensa-tional Drama, entitled Llio STREETS OF NEW YORK. In active preparation tho new sensational Drama, entitled, EAST AND WEST 1 FIKEATOEKS. Mr. O. V. DTI 13, from Copenhagen, Into firework fire-work mnkor to llio lvinit of Denmark and for twelve years juibliu exhibitor of fireworks in Denmark und Sweden, will mnko n grand dis-plav dis-plav of ltUCKKTS, DOUULfcl Sl'NS, PALM TutES, ULOSSUM fOUXTAIXS, CA- ! PRICES, nnd other pyrotechnic firework?, noxt ; Wednesday oveninit in this city, further notico will bo advertised. ! ol7 J. L. BARFOOT, Agent. ; FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT OS THE SOUTH SIDE of Second South St., botirecn East and Yo.-t Temple street. Lot 4'J foot front by HSJafoet deop; a new adobo house- of four rooms and excellent orchard. This mast soon become valuablo business property. Prico 5-1,11 W. two-lilths cash., balnnco in one, two and throo yeiirs with intorost,nt ono and ono htnl percent, per month. ALSO LOT TEX BOOS SQUARE, OS THE South-west corner of t ilth East and Sixth South stroats, iVmitinK ton rods on each street, a desirable building sito. Prico Sl,-W, $600 cash, bnlancooa time at one and a half per oenL par month. A L S O LOT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF SECOND South Sl, botwoen Ean and West Tomplo streets, ii feet front by ll !-3 foot deep. Price SMXW, halt' cosh, balance on time at one and a half per ecnu pox month. ALSO i GENTLE HOUS ErTHAINED TO STAND iY without tyinir; can Irwt in :t 10 and is ac-pu.iiimiil ac-pu.iiimiil to bo driven by a ladv. A llaskol Photon and cot m'siiiRlo names, will bo sold with or without tho horse, ALSO Ono fct of Parlor Furniture, seven piecoe in Ohio and drib. One Carved bidoboard, with corner Cupboard to mutch- uno Carved Book Case. (Jill I'uintintrs, Chronics and Statuary- Two SlTinn MaltriMM'-. A lare lut of China. fiUss, Tablo-waro, Stores, JJining Room and Kith en Furniture- THOMAS FITCH. 'ASSESSMENT NOTICE. X' BfH Wlnjr Mining Company! LncAllon of Works, Tlntlc Mining Dturtct, Jnab County, ltJi Ter- rllorr. NonrE is hereby riven that al a meetinc of tho Hoard ol Directors ot company, held on tho -Uli day ol .May. A- D. lsTJ, an asacss-ment asacss-ment was levied m-on tho cafiu stock of said company, payable- to the Insaiiirer of tho tvmr&nv-. at it ulTico in patt Lake- citr, on or before the a 'tli day of October. l7i Any iiuck on which 'aid eaiar.t shall remain us i 'aid. on the aUvo dale, mil bo ad vended doi is and sold to i ay tho delinquent as- iwmoiii and cutt ot adveriimu; and axpensM 01 GEO. E- BOURNE, OclU SecrotaiT Red W in Mining Co. Pure Manilla Rope. W'E HAVE bwrmteibyTubbi A-Co affect for tie al o: their irpe- To tsir.er it i particularly rtcviai sieadd beinit ail p-.ire Jlnlll xrA not mued with Sisal or uther mfc-ior material nctl prlc given to the Trade STURTEVANT BLOWERS, Sterol him on hacd. Sii not in Stock ordered or-dered at lew est ratos by the acenU. MOTT, DVSHiX CO Golden City Fire Brick, A Stock of Arck and Square Brick now on 1 bud. j SCOTT, Dl S11AJ1 t CO, TELECRAMS. NIGHT REPORT. FOREIG.V. Cuban Xewi, Havana, 17 A decree is issued crest-ins: crest-ins: new and increasing tho old t&ies to meet the deficit in the budget, and to provide for future war expenses. It es-Uibhihea es-Uibhihea a tax of $24 on every slave hired out, doubles the present export duties, and increases the war tax on imported goods from ten to twenty per cent. It takes effect January 1st. Alexander Deirio, an apothecary in Remedial, has been convicted of treason and sentenced to be executed. London Xtwi. London, 1". In the railway accident at Kaluadon to-day ten cars went over the embankment, and were badly wrecked. Only one passenger, a ladv, was killed outright; twenty-three were injured, and two or three may die. An agitation has begun for the abolition aboli-tion of doggingat .Newgate, as a penalty for crime. The National Board of Trade. New York, 17. The National Board of Trade to-day, after an animated discus-Bion, discus-Bion, adopted the report of the special committee condemning the system of corneriDg markets, and calling on banks to discourage loans to parties so engaged. The committee which conferred with the Canadian delegates reported a resolution reso-lution that the executive council memorialize memo-rialize UongresB for an appropriation for a commission to act in connection with the state department in regulating a treaty for reciprocal trade with Canada on a liberal basis, which shall also include the enlargement of the Canadian canals by the government of Canada, and the right of American vessels to navigate said canals on the same conditions as Canadian vessels. The resolution was made the order of the day to-morrow, and the board adjourned. ad-journed. Another Ten Cent Revolution Over. Madrid, 17. The end of the revolt in Ferrol is officially announced. The insurgents in-surgents fearing the result of an attack I began to disperse during the night, which was dark and stormy. Some took refuge on board the vessels they had seized and sailed for Sejos; others fled through tho town under lire of the troops; and about 100 were captured. The government forces this morning entered en-tered the arsenal, meeting res stance; 400 insurgents remained within the walls prisoners. UEiYJERAL. Masonic. Columbus, Ohio. The Alnsonic Grand Lodge adjourned to-day after the installation instal-lation of tho grand officers. A petition from the colored masons of Columbus, for equal recognition with their white brethren, was presented but was not considered for want of time. M'Ullama and Brlstow. Washington, D. C-, 17 Attorney General Williams authorizes the emphatic em-phatic denial ot tho statement that he intends to retire from the Cabinet aftr the Presidential election. II is withdrawal with-drawal from the Oregon senatorial contest con-test was for the purpose of remaining in his present position. It should be stated on equally good authority that Col. Bristow, solicitor general, has no ambition ambi-tion to be judge Williams' successor, it being known that he will soon retire from that office and engage in other Carolina Election. Columbia, S. C, 17. Tho Moses ticket is undoubtedly .elected, liuusier Elliott and Kaney, colored .Republican and B. F. Perry, i)eaioorat, are elected to Congress. The bolters polled a strong vote, and the Democrats olectod several representatives to the Legislature. A lolor.m frnm on nlSn. f i.:i. standing at Annapolis, says that the story of maltreatmont and injustice to the colored cadet midshipman Oonyers, iu wholly false. The Turf. Now York, 17. At Prospect Park to-day to-day the double team race was won by "llonost Allon" and "George Wilkos," beating "Plimpton" and "Darkness;" time, 31, 2:344, 2:34. Political. Hartford, Ct-, 17. The Republicans of the 1st district have nominated general gen-eral J. R. Hawley for congress. Springlield, Mass., 17. Henry L. Dawes was unanimously renominated for congress by the Republicans of the 11th district New York Intelligence. New York, 17. The grand jury of oyer and terminer to-day presented two indictments againrt members of the ring, whose names havo not yet transpired. tran-spired. It is reported the "Herald" is about to issue a German edition, 500 cigar makers are on strike for higher wnges. 460 Alsace and Loraine omi grants arrived ar-rived here to tho 1st ot October. Tho chamber of commerce entertained the national board of tade to-day in an excursion down tho harbor. Now York, 17. The indictments presented pre-sented by the grand jury of Oyer and Terminer aro tour, including one fur misdemeanor and ono for forjreiV against Wm. M. Tweed, under which bench warrants were issued for his arrest. It ib understood the other two indictments aro conjointly against Tweed, Kijhaid B. Connolly, and A. Uakoy Hall for Jud&on Jarvis, chief of tho bureau of arrem, endeavored to-night to arrest Tweed, but failed to iiud him. It was rumored al a late hour tuat Tweed will surrender to-morrow accompanied by bondsmen. Proposed Petition to lloutwell. Philadelphia, Pa., 17. At an informal infor-mal meeting of merchants in tho chamber cham-ber of commerce, tho follewing was adopted: Resolved, that a meeting of merchants, manuiacturers, and bankers bo held on the 1st insL, at the chamber of commorco, toconsider the expediency of petitioning secretary Boutwoll to relieve tho money market by purchasing forty-four forty-four millions of interest bearing debt with tho like amount of legal tenders retired re-tired by secretary McCulloch, St. Louis, 17. Two-thirds of the "Evening Dispatch" havo beon sold by W. H. Mc&enoy to D. Robert Barclay for $0,00U W. H. Barclay, of Pittsburg, Pitts-burg, assumes the business management. manage-ment. ParsoDs, Ks 17. Tbo M issouri, Kansas Kan-sas and Texas road will be pushed to Denmson, Texas, vigorously. Four hundred houses are already tliero. conspiracy against llio people of Now York, based on the action ot the ad in-tenm in-tenm board of audit at its ono session, which lasted fifteen minutes, at which they voted away $300,000, tho idea being be-ing that the arrangements therefore Were secretly made in advanca First National Bank OF UTAH, SALT IiAKE CITY. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Want UrsfiaT, C I. Dielii, President. Vioa rmt. Aitioit God ib, Cykiw. Author! Capital, - - 50 0,00') PAID CP CAPITA!, - S150,000. KAJUlXGg, - 13,000. Dividend in 1871, 50 per cent. Oldett Bankity Jnttiiutijrt m Utah. JL. General Bankins BanincM Transacted . AQBNC1ES IN COLORADO AND MONTANA. COLLECTIONS PRDVPTLY ATTENDED TO, INTEREST ALLOWHD ON TlifS DEPOSITS 1 ST. LOUIS TRADE. SEIYIPLE, BIRGE & Co.. SAINT IiOUIS, MaLfactttrcrs and Agents AGRICrLTlRAL GOODS, Hardware Specialties, V HIT E W AT E R W A GONS. 13 50 C Til MAIN STREET. WarehonEK mj-lS 111. 116. KLM STREET. mo, hTLS0NS& ALLEN Manufacturers and Dealers in Saddlery Hardware CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, BENT STOCK, LEATHER, Etc., No. SVi North mln strevt, mrl9 ST. LOUIS. MO. HO"W TO KEEP WARM NEXT WINTER, i!(-:T (1T IIP TUTS EVENING STAR HEATING Stoves THE GREATEST WOXDER or THE AGE, Every Stove is Guaranteed TO GIVE A MnltEUXrFOUM AND PLEASANT PLEA-SANT HLIAT, TO LESS WOOi), A HE MullH CAKL1TLLY FITTED, AREMutlE EASILY .t CHEAPLY CHEAP-LY MuL'N l'EI, AHE UNDER MuKE I'EKFECT COX-TRUL, COX-TRUL, II A YESTROXU-E YESTROXU-E R U1U1' T , and Give liclterflnilsfncf Ion, and sold for a LedB 1'rlco tliau auy SliEGt 111 Parlor Stove in tho market. Suld by EXCELSIOR llfflCMII 1 SAINT LOUIS, j Ami nil LIVE STOVE DEALERS. ocU $300,000! MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY. Legalized by Stato Anlhoriiy and Drawn iu Public iu St. Louis. Grand Single Number Scheme. 50.UUU NUMBtRS; Class J, to l) Drawn Oct- 31, IS73. 5,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000. 1 prize ol 830.000: flOOprlEeaorS 100 1 prize of 1,4.10 1 O pnzoaof 1,000 lprr.o nf lO.uOO tt pntei of 500 1 prize of 7, SOU Oprit-sof 300 4pmeof S.OOUi Uprizeiof 350 4 prize or .rOOl 30 pnrsof MOO 30pri.w.ot l.OUO' yOpriioiof 150 0 prizes of SOD' IKOpritoaoi 100 40pn?.ptor 50 5,000 priMsof 10 Ticltts,' SlO. Itnlf Ticket a, 99. (lnartem, 84.50. tJ Our Intten nro r linrtcre'l bj tho State, r nlwiiyi dmwD m llio Nine imnW. and nil drawing are undiT tin- snjK'rvni .n nf iworn ccmui'Mioncr. 4t- The oftkiul dmnli-K will be published Id the St. Louis pupura, uud a copy ml to purchaser! or tickets. We wilt ririiw h nimllar scheme the tut day of every niiiitli during llio jwir ISTi Remit l uiir ri-k by POST OFFICE MONEY 0!lIK:tS, KKD1STKKKD LETTER, tiRAFT, or E.J'Kr:-a Snd ior ncirculur. Ad. dress MUlttlAY. . Co., I pmi OfBco Box a t4o. tT. LOUIS. Mo. mjl7 COGSWELL & CO JODUEHS OF WATCHES, JEWELRY And iv cry thing in tbo way of JEWELERS' SUPPLIES, 300 West Madison St., CHICAGO. gold BUY YOUR OFFICE DESKS From MunufaOturorB direct. A. H. ANDREWS & Co-f 111) A l'-il Writ Vnlilnglon Sl., CHICAGO, 'Manufacturers SCH0t. CHURCH II ALL and FIXE OFFICE FIKMTCRE Win hip" SCHOOL ni-SKS AND SEATS, TTET:? for Char.-ho, TT11 or Hoteli, Office Dcks anj Coanier Fittinc, from our Sto-k. or tr.n.lc to i.r ii r in tle iii'st elPBfinl manner. DIKLCT To Ct'ST'JM Ell-i in Utah, Colorado, or Htor wenern State and Terri-lorir., Terri-lorir., i-ei-uri c th vrj- If.wi"' f-cighu, nd SAVINtl ItKTA I I.FKS' TMI'iFIT?. fend for iilusiraiei Cntai'.gne. Sent free. AJire?', A. H. A N I i. K W A C-.. 119 and 121 Woat rt' aahiiigtr.il moot. CUlCAGU.. inyl : GODBC & CO., EXCHANGE BUILDING, SUCCESSORS 10 B. W. ALLEN & CO., AGENTS rOBTHE CELEBRATED GOLD SEAL WHISKEY. rri BALTIM3RE TRADE. WM. LUnIhAN & SON, DISTTLL'EKS AND JOBBERS OP RYE WHISKEYS, Wa.reboo.ia So. ao Llfrt B treat, BALTIMORE- HT 21 RETAIL DRY GOODS DEPARTrflENT, October 2nd, 1872. Grand Pall and Winter O IP 3E3 IJ 3 Gr - Seasonable and Fashionable Goods, Shawls, Cloaks, Sacques, and other desirable WRAPS. FULL LINE OF COLLARS. CUFFS & LACE GOODS. SHOE DEPARTMENT WJLL EE FULLY STOCKED. For more complete enumeration see our description ciroal&ra to bo issued in a few days. m29 11, B. CLAWSON, Superintendent, DUSWORDSOPJS. MAMMOTH B03T, SHOE AND HAT STORE. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Orders Solicited from Town and Conntry, anil promptly and carefully filled nt the very smallest possible margin over cost. m!7 Trains are now Running Daily, BET WE EN Dniunaivi juimui iuin wnn u r. n. n. HAMPTON'S Vor MONTANA. Dis. GOING SOUTH a.m. r. u. j'Fnro. Dis. GOING NORTH a.m. r. m. Faro. Lcare H nap ton's at 4:00 12:45 j Lea to Brltham at 8:15 7:15 7 ' DwerriU" 4:35 1:20 50 i " Box Elder - 8:30 7:30 25 11 " Honoyvillo " 4:50 1:35 75 Y " Calla Fort " 9:00 8:00 SO " Colls Fort " 5:00 1:45 :90 14 Honorvillo" 0:10 8:10 75 20W " Box Elder ' 5:30 2:15 1 25 18 " Dowoyvillo" B:'J5 8:35 100 2'i Arrir at Brieham 5:45 2:-X 1 50 2r, Arrive at Hampton'! 10:00 OKH) lso SPECIAL RATES TO EXCURSION PARTIES. Pflflscneors will please purohase their tickets at tho Company's Offices, or 50 cents additional will bo charged wlmn th Kare h ao clod on tho train. Arranecmenta have been made with tho Central Pacific and Utah Central Railroad Companies whoreby pa ant-neons nan purohaio Tickets at the U. C. Office in Salt )ake City or 0. P. Office at Ogdn for Box Elder or Hampton's oo the U. N. R. R., and from Hampton' 8 or Box Elder to Ogden or Salt Lako City at greatly reduced rates. Through Connection as follows : GOING SOUTH A PW- GOING NORTH. A. M. P. M. LoavoUampton'aat 4:00 12:45 Leave Salt Lako City, UCK1L, at 5:00 2;4j Arrivo atBrigham, U. N. R. R. 5:45 2:30 Arrive atOttdorj, " 7:00 4:15 Leave Brighara. 0. P. B. B. at 8:10 2:: Leave Ogden, C. P. H. R., at 7:15 6:00 Arrive at Ogden, C. P. R. K 7:00 3:50 Arrive at Brighnm, " " 8:15 7:00 Leave Ogdon.U. C. R. R, 8:00 5:30 LoavoBrigham, U. N. R. H at 8:15 7:15 Arrive at Salt Lako City 10:00 7:30 Arrive at UamptoD'i " 10:00 0:00 TUE TLME TABLES ARE CALCULATED ON SALT LAKE TIME. FARES, Hampton's to Oirden. $2 M Salt Lake City to Box Elder - 83 35 " ui Salt Lako City, 4 f j " " Jluini.unri 'a BoxEldorto ' " 3ii I Ogdea to naBiiton-s,.... 3 to Ogden, 1 " box Elder - l to II. G. Miller & Co's Express leaves Hampton's every morning for Ivoirao on arrival ot tho 10 a.m. train, and tri-wekly, Monday, Wedncmlny nnd Friday, for principal settlements iu Cache county, rolurnirjg daily from Logan to oonneot with the 12:45 p.m. train, and Howo's Express every Tuesday Tues-day morning from Franklin to Soda Springs, returning therefrom every Friday Fri-day morning. SPE CI -A T, N O T I C E 1 I'lie 7113 p.m. train Trnin Ifinfrrinm an Nnmlsy'M mid 1 R.in. ( rnlit from lUmpton'i Oik flondo)' will be (Huron tinned mil II furl Iter notice iI8 JOHN W. YOUNG, Gcn'l Supt. GROCERY DEP'l, Z. O. 2AL. I. WHOLESALE AND HETAIL Groceries, Hardware, Plows, htoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware, Miners' Supplies. We do not throw out any Baits by Advertizing a few Leading Articles at Low Prices, ALL OTJU. OOOD3 ARE CHEAP DEALKRd 15 TilK HETTLEMENT8 AND .MINING TOWS 8 WILL FLN'D IT TO THEIR IXTKRE3T TO CALL AND K.NQUIBE PKICB3 BEFORE PURCHASING. H. B. CLAVHOll, prlsUl.B GROCERIES & PROVISIONS Mlwil Pure Caniy! T.Affi.r--,BAp??l,S5 (till ftarry on lie buiinesa of Bakers and Confectioners, At the old tnd of Tlio 'QIiOI3B," K AST TKMP1-K STRKKT, Adjoininc iheCo-orcrativetirc-fery Depart -mtr.L where oa be !".ucd vrylhir.s in Lhe-r linefi"boine,-.and ihey hoi-, b r -tnei ai tertian to the want of their ouitoniftTi. to oonunue their pLroaao ana upioru Par Hamr-mtde C.ndle Spsclnliy 0RDEK8 PILLSD WITH DISPATCH. 416 F O K BUTTER, EGGS, nR&iN. FLOUR. PEACHES, &C. f WOULD LIKK TO AKHANHK WITH I three or four parties living in or noar the City for a sm-rb of CHOICE FRESH 3 u t t o r , NEW LAID EGSS, Twice . week for my City Cujtomors, WILL ALSO FAY CASH FOR ALU kinds of Oraln. Flour & Dried Peaches Wanted GEORGE II, RXOWLDEN. 0K)Bito Wells, Farco & Co's Office. West sido Main Street, SALT it A K K OITY. W. It. Larire qunntitiM of drain, Flour, Rriui, Shorts, Oiiliiioul. live, Ac., Ac, always on band. G. II. K. ale' DCDl.tT II. BTRKLK. BAU'L E. JOllNaoW STEKLE & JOHNSON, Wlioll- delen In Staple anfl Fancy GROCERIES, UQUJrtS, FLOUS AND BACON, JSailS.1 Council Bluffs, la. Sol. As.nt. for the Oriental uid Dapont mr2fl Pon.i.r Coidphdin. "TUIS WELL KNOWN MAM) -or- JAPAN TEAS FOR SALE AT mZm fmm m m Grocery Department . (iH JI.B. CLAWHON.ftupt. W.T.KKYNOLDR A CO., . n. ZATIIUSRIK, Ban Franoisoo. Salt Lake Ciljr. WHOLESALE LIQUOR HOUSE. ZA BRISK I E & CO. HAVE YOU BALE A FINE LINE OP WINES AND LIQUORS, To which (.hey call tho attention of DEALERS, Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Satisfac-tion Guaranteed. BULB AGENTS FOR "IIOTJSER'S" STRAIGHT WHISKIES. THE F I N K 8 T 33 A :r, IN THE CITY OONNBCTKU WITU TnE UOUHK. 64 MAIN STREET Twodo.ra .onlh of Well., F.ra LUMBERYARD. All Kinds of Lumber DOORS, .WINDOWS, BLLND3, MOULDINGS, BDINGLKS, LATIJS, T. R. JONES W.J. HOOPER & CO. ItOOIIIlLUllI. TRIE.