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seems, which can be worked into the platform in contradistinction to the Cincinnati platform, must be opposition opposi-tion to the 14th and 15th amendments ; and this would be so absolutely reactionary reac-tionary and pre-adamite, that it would disgust sensible peoplo everywhere. A free-trade plank may also be inserted, inser-ted, although the Cincinnati plan of leaving it to the congressional districts, for the people to pronounce upon it, is infinitely preferable. The rest will likoly be made up of the usual "glittering "glit-tering generalities" that read so well and mean so little. Disinfectants in the School Room. BY PUOF. -M. C. STEBBINS, Principal Hpringliold High. School. Among tho most interesting developments develop-ments of science, are thoso that havo resulted from the minute and careful experiments conducted by Professor Tyndall and others, showing the great quantity and variety of organic 6ub- . stances that aro constantly floating in the air. Evidence is steadily accumulating accumu-lating tendiDg to substantiate tho theory ' that many epidemic and contagious diseases are communicated by means of thoso invisible floating spores. That they are often carried in great numbero in the libers of tho clothing from sick rooms, and from the immediate vicinity of diseased persons, can scarcely be doubted. Disease has often broken out whore euch a connection of cause and effect could bo traced, and no other. Another result of exporimont is the belief that pre-por disinfectants aro ths the most effective means for the destruction destruc-tion of thoso soeds of disease. Tho opinion was quite prevalent, a few years since, that belladonna taken as a medicine medi-cine had considerable virtuo as a preventive pre-ventive against scarlet fever. This opinion has been lately quite generally abandoned, while some, at loast, believe that a judicious use of disinfectants nilurd much greater security against that and kindred diseases. While sulphurous sul-phurous acid, chloride of lime, and car-Oelatc car-Oelatc of limo cannot ba used without inconvenience, on account of their unpleasant un-pleasant odor, in frequented rooms, chemical science has recently brought out a disinfectant apparently moro effective effec-tive than either, which can bo safely and conveniently used anywhere, since it is iree from odor, and when promptly diluted does no hiirm to tho color or texture of carpets. This is Bromo-(JriLuKALUM. Bromo-(JriLuKALUM. Would it not bo worth while, us a sanitary measure, occasionally occasion-ally to sprinkle the floors of our school room?, churches and other assembly rooms with it? If this were dona at tho cloo of a session, tho nirt instead of being kept in its foul condition until tho next gai lie ring, would be cleansed of its impurities, it' tho sprinkling wore repeated re-peated just before tne pupils assemble, there wuuld bo a tendency to lesson tho accumulation of unhoallhincss in tho at-mosphuro at-mosphuro of tho room. No thoughtful person can doubt that the question: liow wo may secure tho best sanitary condition ui our schoolrooms and public halls, is worthy of moro attention than it has generally received. "New England Eng-land Homestead," March 0, 1S72. Jfor Sale at Z. C. M. I. Drue.iStorA. SPECIAL ADYEUTISEJIEXTS " MONEY TO LOAN. OX REAL ESTATE. Si, 000, FROM S500 upwards. Address, "Kox A," Ulkald Oflice. . Js Foum ABOUT THE 3th OF AUGUST, BB-tiveun BB-tiveun Sandy SLa'ion and Littlo Cottomvwd, u BJaL'k IVcfcot Book, containing some money and uiipors. The owner can havo it by applying apply-ing to James Glover, barmy station. 6i WASTED. A YOUNG GIKL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE-work. HOUSE-work. Enquire over Wallace's oandy store, aug HI A GOOD TENANT FOR OFFICE ROOM, .No. ti, uvur tlio First atiooal Bank of L'Uih. Apply ut tho Bonk, alj FOR REST. A house wrru seven rooms, in tho 11th Ward, ono and a half blocks west of Winder's corner. Eu'iuiro of G. 11; Taylor, on the promises. aZL FOH SALE. A GOOD, WELL-BROKE SADDLE Ilfir.-o, very suitable for a Liidy. Api'ly to Mr. E. Cox, X'rth Toiuplo.Slreet, oppmsito tho L". U. Railroad dejiot. so A HALF LOT IX THE 11T1I WARD, well stockod with n, good variety ol fruit. Apply uL this ollioo. au7 rr-" dr. JROYJiit, CjroffifT -oTSonth Street, Offioy, Qroat Western Hotel, Three doornoi of Jilophant titoro, bait hall a jbu Ofllo Heun from Va.ni. Id i p.B. nil TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 1-vR.T. 1'. 1'. VAU DEN BERGIl would ro- j specuuiiy iniorin nis mends" and tlio public generally, that ho has concluded to do-part do-part from tti id place on tlio 1'nh September next, to li irf former homo, San Francisco, California. Cali-fornia. All tlio-o harinf claims against mo will please iirecnt (horn atonco fur settlement, iiud all those indubtuu to mo will do luoiiKroat fnvor in setllinc their accounts forthwith. 1 would also Lhank iiiy friends and tho public I iiL'ncrally for their liberal and kind treatment i winch 1 have received durins my tliroo iLiuiiths' practice of medicino in Suit Lake City. Afiortbt) Kith Soptombsr, 1' aticnts can bo treated by letter. , Addre: I'll. T. i P. VAN DEN EERGH, N. Ml Leavenworth Street, Sau Fruucioco. ! Culifomiu. Ollico : First South Stroot, opposito tho Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah. Dk. T. 1'. P. VAN DEN BERG. The Genuine bock srniXGS coal, FROM BITTER CREEK, VOWKiHSALK at tbo V. C. II. R.lDopot, XI utSill per toil also EVANSTON COAL, At S7'icr.tou,iby tha Wyoming Coal A )UiiIiig;i'ouii')-. Delivered to any iicrl of the city at Kcukuuuble Charge. Urdt.;d reooivod by ARTHUR STAYNER. Acout. ofiieo el V. W. burner's Btoro. on door south ol Sivt'd Pno'.ogrphio Gal aug.-? ROOK-BODING. IN CONNECTION WITH TUB HERALD th,, iVi':ol-,f,Blu,,,rri wtior ail work ID ua " KOQd. IUUUinLii,VTl. NOTICE. TS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM IT JL may concern, that 1. Flias Smith. Probate JudKe Tor Salt Lake Coui.tj'. F. T.. dil on the , d dsy of J ano. A. D. enter in t ho Land Office at Salt Lako City, (.'ounty and Territory aforesaid, for the several u.-e and bi-nciit of theowners and inhabitanls thereof, tho following fol-lowing described land to-wit: the south-west iiuarter. and tho west half ot north-west quarter, quar-ter, of section twenty-nine c ami the smiih-eoit smiih-eoit quarter of the north-east quarter of ec-tion ec-tion thirty i-W), in Town.-hip No. three outh, rano one (P e;ist. coiuoining two hundred hun-dred and eighty (i'n.i) acres. Any person or persons ha vine clainu in the above survey of land-tlie town rite of Praper-ville Praper-ville will lilo the samo in the oiliee of the clerk of tho County Court for Salt Lake Corn tv, beforo the 1st day of March, A. D. 17.(, aa prescribed by law. E. SMITH. Trol'ato Jud,-e. Salt LukoCit-, August iilat. 172. sl U. A. Rf.KW C. S. KIMi. REED & KING, AUCTION ANO CCMMiSSiON MfcRCHANTS, FrRST SOUTH "X" II Ml 1 1" , Went of KliubnU 6i, l.nu reUiv'N, NA1.T LAKE CI TV. Liberal ca--h advances uiado on con-iirn- notice! THIS is to civo notice that Iho fniltm claim. Wet Mountain Minini: tiisirict. head of Bin chain canyon, is on tho Hard Pan loJo. and nny porson purcbasnitt raid Sultan claim will bo trespassing, and will bo proceeded against io-conscii'icnoo. bu31 HENRY M. MAY & Cii. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN dry emm w yj v V dsar IV Wishing to close out our entire DRY GOODS Wo will offer our largo stock of Staple ad Fancy dry goods & notions AT PRIME COST -ron Til E- IJext Sixty Days. KIMBALL Sl LaWRENCE; BUY YOUR OFFICE DESKS fg. ' From Manufacturers direct, ; A. H. ANDREWS & Co. 119 A iai Weit WasUiugtoa St., ClIM'AliO, Manufacturcra of SCHOOL, CIlL'ItCIl HALL and FIXE OFFICE Fl'RXITURE. Will ship SCHOOL DESKS AND SKATS, SETTEE3 for Chnrehes, Halls or Hotels. Office Poska and Counter Fittings, from our Stock, or mado to order in tho most elegant manner. D1HECT TO CrSTOMEHdin Vtah. Colorado, or other western States and Territories, Terri-tories, securing the very lowest freights, and SAVING RETAILERS' PROFITS. Send for illustrator! Catalonue. Sent free. Address, A. H. ANDREWS & Co. . 1 ID and 121 West Washington Stroet. CUICAGO. juyl9 LOGAN DAILY STAGE LINE COSNECTIXU WITH, UTAH NOSTHEM R. R. AT Hampton's Station. ROUTE TO SODA SPRINGS. Dally SUfro lonvos Haniton's Station for Logon on arrival oftlio Wo. in. train; Connecting on Mondav, Wednesday and 1 Friday with Stages to Eranklin. Wolls-vi" and all intermediate towns in Cacho; an-1 Connecting with stage for (T- S S A vS .-tfmTuoalw. "'""'iSlfLLKE&CO., proprietors, BICKER'S Little Washer, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST IS T1IK MAR KET, Only S7.00. J, G. COLTRIN, Agent, Specimons, l'ith Wnrd Co-otorativo Store, Tho highest irico in Ch atd for llides and l'olta. J. i. t'Ol.TKIX CO., n2U At r.l'apjloy's Tannery, lflth Ward. IMPERIAL. Having coDclQded nrninguuicutfi witli the largest ltetmory in the cast to manufacture man-ufacture for us a special quality or' CARBOii OIL for our trade Wo hereby Rive uoUco that wo now have feraalo tiio LMPERUL mm OIL, Which ia iar superior in quality aod safety to any over o tiered in this market It ia water while and stands liU hro tojt. Wo rccoiiituend it to those that want a Good Quality ol'lllumiuatioK Oil. CALL AND KXAMIXE. E. REESE & t'O., 87 FIRST SOUTH ST. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. IMPORTANT WORKS ON MINES AND MINING Ltcsl Titles to Mining Vlnttuf and V utrr Uiyli. Uv tir.uory Vale. $7 f. FrucfliJi uf tlolil nmt Silver irnct'on, for G iters I I'se. By Oui.li Ku-tel lX), Sulilurrli, Wht triry nre. How ABsttjcU, and How Worked! lly Wm. H:irtow. 51 W. Tlio Pllnini; and MclallnrRy ol Uold iud silver. By J. Arthur Phil- ii,,s. si3'- TMe .Metallurgy of I.rad. litc'ndlns ieU verlzatloii, and Cupcllmlou JJy John lcr."7. JloUU. A Manual f Practical Aa3 ( lly John Miti'hell. -'. !. ?L2CU. Crookr'i and Hohrtp' TreatUc on Memllurj, iu llirre vol. Vol. 1 Silver nuULcnd. Vol. 11. Topper andiron. Vol, III. Steel ami Fuel. Kieh vol. sold icimmtely at flow I'T vol. Tlie Met all in gy and Mining ol Copper, Cop-per, lly A. S. PisKot. M. D. Sl 60. A Treat lc on Ore Dcpoalta. liy Htrn-harJ Htrn-harJ Von Cotm. SIj-J. A Synlei" of Mineralogy. JJy J;tuios D. Duna. M. A. SH Any oi the abovo works? ?ent by until on re- ccij't of price la cuiu, or iu e-iuivalent in ourrcccy. Wo alto hnvo in addition to t'jc abovo, a liirco BEsortmont ol bciootifie, tftatidard and .Miseullunoous Books, Ulunk Uooks aud bt.itiouury. OaialoKUOs lurnisliod on uiili-cation. uiili-cation. Addn-ys A. HUMAN CO., PabllnUcr, BuokarllcaB, linjorter and Statloitera. No. 11 Mon'Roiuery St., Lick House Bloolt, sun Francisco, California. &ti MURPHY, GH AN1T&C0- Importers of Amcjrkaa and Earopeaa S(jij;!p. !!(! Fnnvy Dlif GOODS, Call the sttention nt'the Trnde to their larao and oomploto stock o.' FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS, Which t- cy R'ts now receirini direct from Kuroi-'Oiin Manufacturers, oomniaina in prt Vrciteli Plerlaoi, Wool Sat I ne a, Wool Ploldi, Fronoh aad Qornian, lrlali and French Poplins, ICmprcta Clotltat Tainlaa , blook and colored, Vclvtucni, Alpacaa, black aud colored. SiLiiS, VELVETS, RIBBONS, ALSO GLOVES, Eid, Back, Berlin (Ladies', Miasoa', dents') Gents' Underwear And all kinds of . Gents' Furnishing Goods. loiery, complete in nil ita br&nchtt Willi Uooili, ilaiidli.rclilerat Hullta white aurt'cclurw!,; , Vuiuki, lirowrn loom nd bleached, : loweia, liuci, Ui.iJtr, Turkiah, 1 a. klB. and Uoyllsi. ; c, . fcitf.. it. SOOTS AND SHOES. (aliloroia .Manufacture, Kim WIIOLKSALE THADK, Weaver & Taylor, 118 Front Street, fclan Francisoo, California. a!2 a. cmtwvicu. Walisr bui. u. a. cuxr. Cin ijijovr oti t co.f lniKrters and wliolcsalo dealers in F1X1L W1HES A LltiUOItS, sou agists jo a I JESSE, MOORE 41 GO'S FINE OLD BOURBON KtiD hVE WHILES. D1BICT fBOM L0U1UT1LLB, K I. 601 front St.. HAN I'KANCISOO. api L. A. Sanderson, I. L. Horn. CAPIULriOUIl & Hutin, ,1 in port era audi Jobbers of CIGARS "iD TOBACCO, (Proprietors La KapanoU CiKr Factory,) Sole manufacturers of the celebrated 'CHAS. DICKENS' CIGAR 413 Front Street, Between Wmlilngtou and Clay, SAN FKANOISCO. ap4 TUJC 1JHPR.OVKD FRENCH RANGE. Th t aioitcomplete Cookinc Apparatus in use The Eureka llauge, Stands unriyallod by any other Portable Range. ( Guarauteed to give entire aatlgfac-llou. aatlgfac-llou. Locke & Montagu a Ban Jf'BASciaco, ROSMBAUM & FRIEDMAN aa ck. 4 Battery St., San Fran, 'mporters and AVholoaaloUcalorH ptf7icA, English, German and American DRY AND FANCY GOODS, Hosiery, Corsets, iiibbons. And fill line of mallwares. mtj CRAY, JONES &CO. DLrOT OK T UK SANTA CRUZ TANNERY, MANUFACIUiiERSUF O'K SOLE LEATHER, A'o. 418 Uivtt.ry Street, SAN JFKAtC CISCO. KDacn Jon i -Cm. Sa""1 O.Out, apo GRAND HOTJEL, On Market, K ew Montsoiuery and dooond Utrotiu, FELAJSCIciCO, CAXj. JOHNSON & Co., Proprietors. a A. P. HO TAXING & CO. SOLE AUKNT9 FOR TUB - J. H. CUTTER OLD BOURBON WHISKY, AND IMPORTERS OP KISK WIS KB AND LHflTOKS, 431 Jackson M., San FrnucUco, aid J. H. CUTTER OLD JJOCttBON' WHISKY. CP. MOORMAN & CO., Louisville, Kentucky, .Distillers. Tho Trade nnd Conaiimrra aro notiuod that tho nboro is tho only trniulite brand ol Cuttor whisky, anil that tho uudoriiiiiiod aro tho solo Aconta for tho sumo. All othor I brands claiming- in lie "fuller" whisky ro I only poor lutllaf lon. ln order to pre- ! voni traud, Iho nuuii n of tQ0 Aienu aro btiritctl in cuch barrel, ftn,l blown encli bottle, wah a tav-Hlmlle hi f;tta-ture f;tta-ture oftho&rta oovorin the corks. Mouii Other Beittiluc. A. P. IIOTAL1JIO A CO., R0!o Agonta for the Pacific Coobi, idl Jackson btreot, San yr.iIl.M-.r.. California. U Al.Hlilt l!IIO'SCO., Ak-onU for Salt Lako and Utah, n"l TOTIIETKADE. For Hal In Store and Wareliomcai 2. li.irrcls J. II. Cutter whisky, '""barrels Daniel lionno whisky, 4 -J barrels liljomjo Wtib-ky, oT' barrcli C. A M. Chicken Civk whisky, -Ji barrels Old Uourbun whisky, :t:. barrels Marrkull ivhisSy, barrels othor i-i'i'iiUr bramU Ky. " &,tXJ ca. -ca J. il. Cutter whisky. Also In Nlure aud ltomli C"Ji casks assoriad brandj i'ronoh brandy i'i OOl-HM " " " " m ilios Holland Min, ZL'- '4 0BPk Port Winf. aborted brands 17.r nftiiivoa " I'M' ' oink horry Wine ' 1 -0 OOlllVLS " Unlcra NolU-lted. A. P. IIOTAL1MJ acu., tJl Jackson Slr.P(. Kmrn-i.c), Culif-'mia. Atcaara. 1 At.lvl.lt II It O'." CO.. our Aiouu lor baltLakfl and Utah. ail BUM BOORS, STATIONERY, SEWING M1CMXES. m gsum CALDER E SEARS. WearoApontsfor the A1UON, STKIN WAY & SONS, CHICKKRING & DECKliH & KAKNs and other .'oiding makers, and rcspecllully iavitc our Patrons and tbo Publio to call and 1 examine our aiock of the ahovo named instruments. Wo arc also General Agents for tbo MASON & IIAMLIN world-rcnowncd CABINET ORGANS, Which wc have proved hovond all doubt to he tho best and most suitable orgaua lor this climate; and have also tho WOODS, ESTEY, SMITH aud other OltGANS in stock. Wc havo tho Largest Stock west of Chicago of Musical Merchandise, INSTRUMENTS, SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL STUDIES, and everything i required by Amateurs, Teachers aud Musioiaus. MUSI GAL INSTRUMENTS. Our Stook consists in part of IM XO.N, ACroniUlOSS, C OXCKItTIXAS, IMU'III.E n ASSKS (ltCA.S, fll KI,UIH A.S VIOLKXt KI.I.OS, ?. Alt i; Kltl .U;, vkhjvk, ;riTAits, fi.a;kh,i:tt.s, B,! DKl .MS, BAAJOS, 1'LIXI.NAS, I'lCOJLOSt, VIOLAf, tic, lc. MUSICAL MEECHANDI8E. lMnnoStonls, Violin Strlg, Guitar Nirlngs, Violin Fiirnlxlilngs. Guitar turnUliliis, AccoriU-ou 1 iiriiUlilug, llrum Furnishing., Tnnlug Forks and 1'lpcs, .lluslc Paper, Blank M ttslc llooks ami Card, Miccl .Uuslt, Instruction llooka for all Instruments, .Etc., Etc., fetr. BOOKS .A-ISriD STATIONERY. Our Stock consists in part of The Publlcfttlons of tt American Tract Society, Miscellaneous nnd Sub-BcrlHiou Sub-BcrlHiou Books, Illiink Iloolts of all dcscripl lous, Inkstands, riling Inks. Slc.l I'LiiB, In iet vorUty, I'cu Ilolilcrs, PcikIU, English l'otktt Itnlveu and Scissors, illann'it 1'nlcnt I'nrcliuiciit cojij lug llooks; ulliiUiilitiM and Trcisbti of Xo(c, Letter, Cap, BUI, Legal, Flat Cap, Folio Pout, F'rencli Xote, Initial Note, Kuvclopca, nil sizes and uall lies. Card Uoard, ail colors, Foreign Tissue I'upcr, all tolors, UraivLlig Paper, Drawing Books. SCHOOL FURNISHINGS OF E V E B Y DESCRH'TIOX, SUNDAY SCHOOL PRESENTS. Wo have n hirea and .-plondid a;5orted stock of Card; nnd Books from tho lariro Publishing lluue of 1. ol.-on Jt cons, which wo otlui at thcix regular Wholesale and Ketail jiricea. L. PRANG & GO'S PUBLICATIONS. Having been am'ointed ?olo Ajrenta for Utah, for tho calo of their icncniBcent Cnrdj and Hooks lor Schools and lor tho 1'arlur. wo aro prepared to furnish the Trade and ."-chuol Committees Com-mittees froin our stock of choice selections at the Publishers Wholesale and Ketail prices. THE WILSON SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. Wc respectfully invito the Public to call and examine our Sewing Machines before purchasing elsewhere, which wo claim to he the best, cheapest, and most durable in the market. We guarantee every Machine we sell to give entire satisfaction. All are warranted to ecw, with perfect case, Beaver, Ducking, Ticking, Denims, Domestic, Cambric, Linen, Muslin, Lace, &c, and will Tuck, Hem, Fell, Braid, Bind, Cord, Gather, in fact will do ali kinds of work. A Five Years guarantee given with each machine. Instructions fros by an expert on the premises. si WALKER BUG'S. CUN'L"GT0N & CO Walker Bro's & Co., WHOLESALE AXD 111 TAIL DEALERS IS WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Have it splendid stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC U'flES, BRANDIES, GINS ic, BEST KENTUCKY WHISKIES, And an immense quantity of CASK LIQUORS AND JBITTEIJS, - AND . HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Having opened an EXCLUSIVE LIQUOR HOUSE and , keeping THE LARGEST , STOCK EVER HELD IN UTAH we offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. Solo Agents in Utah for J. H. CUTTER and S. T. Suit & Co'b celebrated Kentucky whiskies. WALKER BRO S & CO. au2' Ono door East of Elephant Store. DUNFORD & SONS. ! MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE AND HAT STORE. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Orders Solicited from Town aud Couutrj', mid promptly uud cmel'tilly filled at the very smallest possible nitir;in over cost. p PURE , ' M WHITE S) U'K uliAKANTICH TIIU AHOVK EHNI) TO HK 1'KIU'KL'TIA" I'l'liK. AMI IN HNKNKSS, WUlTKNlvSS AN I) CO K1UNG IMtUPEHTlKS IT IS UNIVEKSAU.X ACKNOWLEDGED TO liE T11H STANDARD. FAHNESTOCK, HASLETT & SCHWARTZ, 137 First Ave., riTTSBUKGII, PA. POR SALK BV rr p - rr r U. 111. 1. AND OTHER DEALKKS. JAN FRANCISCO TRADE. WAND, KANE i co (Rucecuon to Hunter, v. rt fc (. ' Importftrii nd Wholwa!e UsMeri U, ILES IAD. LIQUORS PTopriBto.TorUnntr'gCutori. ' W Heat Whiuey Alo Akbdw for Josoi-h 8. Fineh'i oclobratod tcuDuivania RYE WHISKEY 90? .l.a 80S front 81., n..r J.i 31T..1 KBTABLlsnKD I86 0. Importers of Teas, East India goods a nd general groceries 213 aiui il5 Front Street, ' im Francisco. tH PARKER, WATTSON & CO, (SatJoeworB to Well Jt Co..) Importers and flanurncinrcri of TOBACCO AND CICARS, 221, 221 and 225 FroAt at., oor. Saonuuaato S SAN FHAJtCISCO, CAt. E- A. FARGO &Tco!7 Importers and Jobbtr of Brandies, flues aifl Um 310 Front St., cor. Comin.rcLl, ' D. . T. ' iS SAN FHANCISOn JACOB OmiKltnu.L H CO., IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE OAST STEEL File Mous. tlou Auvll., Collin. Ace. t C. 8. Mrilge., Mck, Ae,( fco i-v uBmr, r, San FrnHeUe. ; .11 HKISA.roiliH. ' - O.SCHOHUo. J. A. FOLCER & CO'S PlU.N'liEH tiTJiA.M COFFEE AND SPICE W 1 1, L S, No. XXO Kront Street, Bolwooii U&li.ornut aod Saor.mento, al3 SAN FKAAClsct, "isi,."ort J. BAUM & CO., I in porter aud AlMialaGlDrvri of MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING. ana tian.ome St., San Fr.ncl.co. ' 18 Warren Su. New York, ft Harness Saddlery, -Ceather. J. a JoiixsoN ca, 104 10 G Front Street, HAN FMAKCJSCO. Jtrfrr by prmitJtslon to Jfr. H. B CTuw. .im, AujicrtiUeiMtvitt ttj tlie Z. C.M. I. jj A. B. ELFELT & CO., 1XPO&TEH3 AND JOBBERS Ofl Clothing and Furnishing Goods, 105 HO Sunsome Sslreet, SAS FHANCISCO. KLFKLT, hSYl k CO. 132 Chttrch 8L, S. J, LEWIS BROTHERS, CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, 213, 215 & 217 Battery St.. SIX FRANCISCO, flL. Ceful and prompt attention idd t I ordm ..trusted to our car.. ug EiutUshodtnlajl. , C. VENARD, u&nufaotarer of tho Original Cliartres Coll'ee, And all kinds of Spiee and California Mustard, oj) ana mi r rom street. DttweeoJMkiM and raoiUc. bAiS i'KAiCiiCU. ti I1ECHT, BRO'3 & Co. BOOTS, SHOKS & LEATHEK - And- i4 i'earl dtreet, Blt. BUCKJSQIIAJI Jt HSCHT, MtaQulsctDrers of the "ariA quAun" CAUfst hia nentuunu MAIN & WINCHESTER, 214 & 216 Battery Street, SAN FRANCISCO. ilJJLNJESS, SADDLES -AND- Tltc;be.t atock aud lotveat prlca. ou tUe Pacific Coa.U. Special attontion riven to order, from Utah- . aU a. c. dTetz & CO. uroiTtu or IISTTS, OILS, Varnishesand Lamps, I Ko. 231 FUONT STKEKT, A. J. OIIIFFITH, PJ" in S6r2& all aled.01 FIOB TillQ ea aMOXBO SALMON AKQ HERRINGS, ll WutilDftoMSirtit. All ktoda of DnM, Btuoked ud Fickled risk tXKuUnUj on h&ad. j4 LAZARD FRERES, Imporion and Jobbers of yoreia vad 1-ii.tMl.0 1-ii.tMl.0 i'aaoy &nd oupte DKY GOODS. Depot of Qoodt Manufactured at tM Mission and Pacific MilU, (Jonsoitdaid. 45 . 57 Mrk.tSt., S&nFn QjlS Pfcrii : iS Rao De L'hfii E. MART.fi CL CO. WliolGsale Lipr Healers, 408 front LrH B "rmet- Proprietor! ot HILLEU'S KXTUA OLD BOUKB0 And lolekjenufor . K CUTTER S EXTHA 010 SUUH30N WHISS ii Constaatlj on hand, a full awortma. All the ard Brnndi ot WhlikHii Fin KfftMdl Forelga and i)omatlc rVli". mS Blttra, Cordial. - RICHARDS & HARRISON, Imi'orier? of ( MALT L1QIOK axq OILMAN STORES, 31 A 3 10 Battrry Bt.,3an francUH ' : Axesa fct J. J. COLMAN'S MUSTARD, HunUcy & 1'aWs Radm Hu" J. S. FRY & SUN S CHOCOIAII ti COCO. ARDliEl) 1SLAY SCOICU WUISK"1' jOl'th'9 Hunt ""' MALI 1. lljWOHS: JOULE'S STONE AU. lonnonl'i Scotch Ala. HloJ'i In,j" JJ1 Ala. lla A 0. ' Durlou Al... Ch tiur.-.tie Ale. lllo.'d'. X.S lln Stout, tluinnw. luolin Stout, liywt' L.'tut -n 1'ortor. T.n-nut'i T.n-nut'i XX stout, broil. ' Iiontlon Fortea. or.l(Bi (.Itiaon Oaaaa.