ST. LOUIS TRADE. I -; HAYTJEN, WILSONS & ALLEN I I v Muiii&M:tar6rsandDaIonln Saddlery Hardware CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, BENT STOCK, LEATHER, Em, No. 13 North Mt .trt, injls ST. IOUI3. MO. ' BR ILL! ANTJ If you want the boat, boy Buck's Brilliant It la the most Perfect Baker. It ia the moat Durable. It burni the leaat Wood. It always fivoa Satisfaction. More of Buok's Stores hare been sold and axe in use than an) stove orer made. Every Stove is wsM. BUCK'S Guarantee, For Coal and Wood, hu only been inns two yean. It ia now the leadinc Coal Coek BtoT. Why, it ia a Porfeot Baker. It ia a Foe! Barer, it Is made with our PATENT CHILLED IRON. Fire Linings which will last looser than Fire Sets of oommoi Lia-lnrs. Lia-lnrs. It will draw in any rood flue, and ia the only Coal Oooktnc Stove that (Wei entire Batii faction. BUCK & WRIGHT, 730 and 73-4 If. Main Street, Saint Lonli) Manufacturers of all rarietiea of COOKING and HEATING STOVES. Sample Sam-ple Card! anil Price Llate furnished on application. myl8 SnilLIA SIMILIBCS CCIUXTUR. HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST amilo exjorienco,an ontire success: Simple Sim-ple Prom it Krtiuicnt and Reliable. They are tho only modicinea porfoctlyatiapteu to popular use so siuiplo that mistakes can not bo made in using them; so harmless as to bo froe from danger, and so officiant as U be always rcliablo. Tboy haro raised tho highest high-est cummordation Iroia all, and will always render satisfaction. Nos. Cents. Cures 1, " Fvtrs, Congestion, Inflnmmationa-25 2, " Worms, Worm fever, Worm Colic.ii 3, " 4'ryliig-Ct-licorteethingof Infnta.-ii i, " DUrrliaa, of t'hildrun or Adults 25 5, " Dysentery, Griping, bilious Colic. ..25 6, " lliolern-Morbuu, Vomiting -25 7, ' CouijUs. Culds, Bronchitis 25 g, " Sieuralgta, Toothacho, t'aceacho. 25 I), " UUniinclien. Sick Ileadacho, Vertiso 25 10, " T iicii"tii, Billious Stomach 25 11, " Suiiuvusscd, ur Painful Periods 25 1., " W ltet Wo Prufaso Periods 25 i:;, " ( roup, Couph, Difficult Brcaihing..,25 II, " Suit Klicuui, Krysij-elas, Lruiitiuna-25 1.1, " lllieumntlsm, Rheumatic Pains. .25 Hi, " l ever and .tgn, Chill i'ovor, Agues 50 17, " Piles, blind or bleeding 50 16, " Opii'iLlowy, andiuro or weak 3i, ' Cntwrrli, ocutoor chronic lcfluenia-50 St, w liooiiiug-t'ough, violent ecu b us 50 21, " Astlimn, orpreesed Breathing -50 2t " ijw DUcliaj-gen, impaired heariDB......... .. 50 " General Debility, physical weak ness ....50 , 25, " Droi'ny and scanty Secretions -50 Li;, " Sen.-lcl'nessisiekneaa from riding..-5U 77, Kidnty-lHscnse, Gravel -50 2?, " ctvou Debility, Sviulnal Eminia&iouji, involuntary Diichargos 100 Five B .it, with ono vial of powder, vorv necessary in aer iou, cases 500 2", " Sore JIoul h. Canker 50 I'rluary cnkucui, welling bed...o0 ;il " Painfiil Periods, with Spasms 50 j, SufTcrluga at chango of life 400 3J, " Epilepsy, apasuis, bu Vitus' Danco J00 ii, " DipUicrla, alcerated sore throat....50 FAMILY CASLS Or 35 to OO targe vials, moroeco or rosewood case, containing a specific for fj every ordinary disease a family Is subject tu, a ltd uook.a or dlroct Ions,.. .from SIO to 93 3 Bmaller Family and Traveling Travel-ing cases, with At u i viali,froni95 to 38 Specific fur all Private Diseases, Dis-eases, both furCuriny and for Preventive ireaUnont, in viala and Pocket cases. 93 to 93 Pond's .Extract, Cares Burni, Brnfses, lament as, Soreness, Sore Throat, Sprains, Toot line lie, Ertrnclie, Neuralgia, Khcuiuollsm, Lumbneo, Piles, Jtoil s, Stings, Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the I.ungs, .ose, Mnnmch, or of Piles) Corns, llccr, Old cores. Price, 6 ox., 30 centsj I'lnti, 91.30 Quarts, $1.33. tr Those remedies, eicci-t POND'S EXTRACT, EX-TRACT, by tho case or single box, are sent to any rart of tho country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt of the price. Address. Ad-dress. Humphreys' Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co. Office and Depot, No. 502 Broadway, Nrw FOR SALE BY ALL DRUtJUISTS, And at Z. C. M. I- and Godbo's Drug Store. $300,000! ffiSSOM SMS LOTTERY. Legalized by Slate Authority and Drawn in Public iu St. Louis. Grand Single Number Scheme. 50,000 NUMBERS. Claaali, to b Drawn 'ov. 30, 187:4, 5,880 Prizes Amounting to $500,000. I prize ofS0.UJO 50OpriMsof9 IOO 1 prue ol IJ.tOU U pniwof 1,000 X pr.ze "f 1U.UOU. . ypruuf 600 I pruo ol 7,5Jl', Wpru-sof 300 4pri;rof 3.000 9 pruw of 3S0 4pruMor H.jOO SGprijsor 300 30 priM ot l.OUO pri0r 130 StO prof 5t)U lKOprii-ot JOO 40priirof iiO 5.UOO priicof 10 Tickets, 310. Half xicketa, 93. Uutrtcn, 93.50. Our lolwiM are clmrt-rwl by the 8tto are Us drawn t iIjp itme eaiu1, md all dmwinci arc UDJ-r ibf jui-vmhivd. turn cr.uir1)iMiurjpni. A- Tbfl official iir4n K wUl U-jiuHlslied in the ft. Uinii p-tr. , ev(,j f Jrvnos nt to purrhi.vr ol tickets. Wo will duw e iimilox scheme the Isst dj of ..ry uiuDth duriu: tb jtr )S7i W lUli l our n-k lv I'OaT Ol FICE Mu.stY uKPi:;'..-, KF.'ilSTtHhD LKTTKK, DKAT, or KXI'KK?- f. L.I f.,, , rt-.r. Ad-rtrp. Ad-rtrp. Jll KHAV, Mll-t.KIl Co., Tc-st Cfl:e Boi 3 1 10. tf. LOUIS. Mo. , myl7, Herald Bindery. OUR BINDERY IS PREPARED HO Kepiir. is . woikainliko fflsnaer. AJbuma, Old Book., .to., .tc lAad Blndl rr MAaAzmae, pkkiodioals. TRAVEL GILMER i SALISBURY'S ! ' ' DAILY STAGE LINES T11HOUOI1 Utnh, South - east IVeviuIa & Montana, Mon-tana, Leavlmg Salt Lake City Dallj, ram Mla( Bon tlx to Tin do, Amerioan Fork, Mount Nebo, Sovior, 8t GeorCT, Utah ; t,nd JPiooho, Nevada ; Paaalna; through Provo, SprinfrrUle, Spanish Fork,Pay-son, Fork,Pay-son, Salt Greek, Cniokon Creek, Hound Valloy, Fillmoro.Corn Croek, Beaver, Minera-viile, Minera-viile, and AS the principal Imom and mining camp intouthcrn Utah and ioutheast Nevada. alio lea.T Corlnne, Utah, daily, ronHlni nerth to Virginia City, Helena, Fort Bon ton, Deer Lodge, Cedar Crock mines, and passing through all the principal towns and mining min-ing eampa in Montana. Mon-tana. principal, orrrox, Wells, Fvgo & Co. Building' Jbb4 Salt Lake City Ln Wine. fl. P. KlmbaUi SALT LAKE, OPfUR And Tintic Stage and Express LINE, RUNNING D AIL T FROM IA1.W LAKE CITY, via LAKH TOW IT , TOOBLB CITY, STOCKTON AND OPHIR TO TINTIC. The ronte hae been re-atocked with splendid splen-did Concord Coaches, fine Stock, oaiefnl and attentive Driver, and etery attention is paid to the comfort aoi eeaTenienoe of pass eaters. ea-ters. Good accommodation on Vu road. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. j Ollti at Walla, Fargo . CoVa, Salt Lake City, " WINES & KIMBALL, apU Proprietora. UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. ajTTtfigW a On and after September 93df 167 MIXED TRAINS WILL K-TJlSr D AIL "Y. doing Sontli. 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. Cialug Nortb. Leave Lehi at 9.30 a.m. and 4.60 p.m.; Sandy at 10.50 a.m: and 6.10 p.m; arrive at Salt Lake City at 11.40 a.m. and 7 p.m. FAREH : Salt Lake to Cottonwood Station, SOcti " " Sandy rt 11.00 ' " Draper " 1JO Point " " 1.75 Lehi " " PaMengera will picas purchase tickets at the office. n. H. DAVlfl, Oen. Fraiiht and Tioket Aitnt. FERADIORX L1TTLB BUPiaiKTlNDMNT. UTAH CENTRAL RAILROAD. PIONEER LINE OF UTAH, On a 4 after Donday, July IT, 19T1 Oaily Trains Leave Bait Lake City at 9 a.m. and 2:45 p.m Arrive at Of don 7 a. m, and Ct5 p. m. Leave Ogdon at 8 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Arrive at Salt Lake City 10 a.m. and TJ0 p.m la addition it the abon Will ran DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED LeavLni Bait Like CHy at 5.X p.m and Ogdoa at &an. Uilri will pleaae Pare has their Tlekete at the Offlm, Tlftj CenU addltinnal will be eharied whea the fare ia oelleoted ea tae train. Fot all information ooncemloi fret ah t oi paasace, apply to JW. II. DAVIS, fleaaral Freight and Tioket Aa't JOHS SHABP, 9TTPBBI5TlinlilT -E3. Oi IMS. X. 3FL E T A I Ij DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Just Received A OHOICB LOT OF CLOTH TALMAS, FUR TRIMMED; ELEGANTLY ASSORTED OTTOMAN SHAWLS; SILK VELOURS, Mim." -am- a J whabk:h, A Very Fashionable Trimming; FRENCH BLACK AND COLORED VELVETS. Ball Dresses, In Silks, TissuesjIYToire Antiques, And other Desiralble Styles, all of lvhich we offer at LOW FIGURES. m29 Hi B. CLAWSON, SaptrintcDdont BLiM BOOKS, STATIOAERF, SEWING MACRLXES. MUSIC flSfi CALDER & SEARS. Wear Agents for (he ARION, STEINWAY & SONS, CUICKESING & SONS, DEUKElt & BAUNS tad other loading makers, and rcspectlally invite our Patrons and the Public to call and examine our Block of the above named instruments. We are also General Agents for tho MASON & HAMLIN world-renowned Whioh we have proved beyond all doubt to be tho best and most suitable organs for this climate; and have also the WOODS, ESTEY, SMITH and other ORGANS in stock. We have the Largest Stock west of Chicago of Musical Merchandise, INSTRUMENTS, SnEET MUSIC, MUSICAL STUDIES, and everything required by Amatonrs, Teachers and Musicians. MUSIGAL INSTRUMENTS. Oar Stock consists in part of PIANOS. ACroRDF.OKS, COXCERTIJfAN. TtonnY V n IIOIIXS, HITABS, M..KOI.EX?fK 5lfnr. ' MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. PInoSlool., Vl.lln String., Cnlt.r Hiring,. Tlolln Furnl.hinK., Oolt.r 1 .iiWn, Accordcon Jurul.hlng,," Brum Fnrnl.l,lKV,S T..u7.. Fork, .nd Hlpt., Jla.lc P,,cr, Bl.uk Jta.lt Book. ... C.rV., fil.ict nualc, lnatructlou Jlook. for .11 In.trument.. Etc., Etc., Kie We are sannd the s.rricos of Profor Ciu-oloss, so loos and favorably kno.ni in thii com-lB0J.it,. com-lB0J.it,. Uiat our natron, may hava lha banalit of hij profosaional orvia7 in makioi tnoir golocuon of mstrnmonu and miuioal laorchandisa. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Our Stock consist in part of criptlon Book., Blank BooJu of all deacrtpt lona, Ink.t.nd. Wrliln. Ink., Htrl Pen., In rii.t T.rloiy, Prn lloldrr. P.n?l. Fni l.hK Poak.t Ki.lve. and Nela.or., M-nn'a p.t.nt P.rchm.nt ioiy'Li Bookaj all aualilioa and woighta of "-"- i:.r" .JB-.-m. Kl": "r',c"I'' BllI, I.gI, Fl.t r.p, Foil. Po.t, French Not., Inltl.l Not., linv.lop.., .11 ali.. ,d qu.!!,., .,d Board, -11 color.rFor.lan Tlaau. Paper, all oolora, Drawing Pap.r, Urawlng Book,. ' SCUOOI, FiaSIUIIMi, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. SUNDAY SCHOOL PRESENTS. Wo b.. a lar,a and iplondid jjiortod stock of Cards and Books from tha Ian. Publiahina Iloua. of I. Olson Sons, which wo ofTor at thoir ronular Wholos.ta and K.lai! pricoa. L. PRANG & CO'8 PUBLICATIONS. mittoosfromour.tockofchoic...locUnJ.t7hV"obUsVWn R.uflpI,?c'o,(:"U" THE WILSON SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. We respeotfully invito the Publio to call and examine our Sewing Machines bclore purchasing elsowhcro, whioh wo claim to bo tho host, ohcapost, and most durable in the market. We guarantco ovcry Machine wo sell to give entire satisfaction. All aro warranted to sew, with perfeot case, Boavor, ffSr."1,' Ijokins. Donims, Domostio, Cambrio, Linen, Muslin, Lace, &o and will Tuck, Hem, Fell, Braid, Bind, Cord, Gather, in fact will do all kinds of work. A Five Yean guarantee given with oaoh machine. Instructions froe by an expert on the premises. s3 GROCERY DEP'T WJlOLt:8ALE AND KETAli- 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-XjXi OTJH GOODS OjrfE-A-Fl DEALKRd IN THE yKTTLEMKNT3 AND MINING - TOWNS WILL FIND IT TO HEIR INTKUKST TO CALL I A-ND ENQUIKK PKICE3 BKKORE PUKUilASlNG. 31 CHWBUI, Siirlalila z. c. m. l1 SHOE FACTORY DEPARTMENT, 99 East Temple Street, SHIN OF THE -j I Q -j ) O O T GENTS' BOOTS, LADIES' BOOTS, CHILDREN'S BOOTS, GENTS' SHOES, LADIES' SHOES, CHILDREN'S SHOES, GENTS' SLIPPERS, LADIES' SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, For fino wonther or sioruiy weather; for Tralk-ina, Tralk-ina, dii no in, work ins. spa it t ISO, climbing, riding, fishing, m in ton. olc-, oLc A lanco and choice OMorttuont of the above, our own lunko ami importoU, ut tho moot ronton ron-ton ablo iricod. We make to order any style and qunllty Ic tired nud liiume atlafnctloii. OLiD UOOT8 .Mado iki good as now almost SELLING OFF OUH OLD STOCK BELOW COST! Sole Leather 1 Upper Leather! ' Harness Leather ! Imported Culf Skins, American Calf Skins, 1 Morocco and Kid Skinfl, Shoe Findings, "KIT" OF ALL KINDS:i HOUSE COLLAKS! Horse Collars ! ! HORSE COLLARS!!! ALL AT LOWEST PRICES, Wholesale and Retail ! Or dcr a by Dlnll receive apcelal and prompt attention. HIDES AND WOOL BOUGHT. IL B, CLAWSON, Sup't, RAILROADS. G. P. R. R ' ON AND AVTEK HE1TEMBEB 10th, lsr-1. TBAISK MILL " LEAVE OUDEN DAILY AS FOL- 5 LOWS I Overland Piusonror Train fur Toano, Curlin, "Winnoiuueca, W'ruli-TOrth, Kono, ftlamville, Kedding (for j Oroci'nl, Sacramento, Stockton, Lathrop, Merced (for Yosomito), Tiptun tftT Los Angolos), tionJoae and S&n Francisco, - i-.u. Orprland Freight and Aecommoda-tion Aecommoda-tion Irain lor tinn Francisco, - 6-25 r.JL A.N. 1WNK, T- II aOODMAN. Uon'l Sup't Hon. and Ticket Agent GEO. II. KICE. Auiust, Salt Lake City, Utlico with Maxahall A Carter, Over W. F. St Co's Dank. tCO UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TABLE. DNT1L further notice, Trains will leiiTe and arrivo at Ogdon Daily, an follows : LKATS. I Arbiti. Daily Eprett. 6-3(1 ik.ni. Daily Exp'a,&-lU p.m. Mixed. - t-.4 p.m. Mixed. - 2 35 p.m. Freight. - 10-3 a.m. Freight. - 6-10 a, m. Daily connections made at Ogden with btfth Uontra.1 Pacilie Koad from alt Lttko city and all points in South ern Utah. At J3ryan with sUtgaa for Sweetwater mines. At Cheyenne with Denver Pacific Railroad lor Denver, Central city, Georgetown and all poinU in Colorado and ISgw Mexico. At Omaha with Chicago and North Western, Chicago, Kock Island and Pacific, Burlington and Missouri River, Kansas city. r3U Joe and Council Blutls Railroads and Missouri River Line of 1 Steamers for all points East and South j Tickets for sale to all points East at 1 office of Wells, Kargo & Co., East Temple Tem-ple street, and at tho office 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 be secured. Arrangements bays been made whereby where-by passengers doalriDg to visit Denver , on their way East can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenne to 1 Denver, and return at greatly reduced rates. if'or partioularg and all information in regard to passage, apply at Tickel Offices. Of-fices. Passengers should be careful to secure their passage tickets to all Eastern and 1 Southern points via OMAHA, and thus avail themselves of the advantages of a through sleeping oar, comfortable ac- TUOS. L. KIMBALL, General Ticket Agent. T. E. Sickbls, Chf. Engineer and Superintendent. i8 TIME TABLE. BDRLINGTON ROUTE. TO THE EAST, NORTH AND SOUTHEAST. So. 3. STATIONS. iVwl MAIL. Leave SALT LAKE 5:00 a,m. 2:15 p.m. OMAHA 6:30p.m. 50a.m. Arrive BURLIMGTON &00a,m. :40p.m. " Galeabarg(aB.AQ-) 7:00 a.m. 10:50 p.m. i M Menaota " 11:15 a.m. 3:23 ja. " Chicago " 3:15 p.m. 7:00 a.m. " Peoria - - 9:00 a.m. 12:50 a.m. H Ind'plisd.B.JkW. &15pja. 9:25ajn, " Cincinnati - - LlOpjn. i:15pJiu " Legansport 565 p,m. fc30a.ni. T. P. A W.' " Ce lumbal 1:45 a.m. 5:30p.m. t7Throngh Cars from Missoarl River to Chicago. Indianapolis, CinoinnatL, Logant-portand Logant-portand Colambtu, Connections at those folnts with UnM and Cheapen rtonte. Do not be deoeived, bat obtain HokaU ria the Barlingtoa A Miaioori &iver Railxead. A.B.T0UZALIN, a .PERKINS: Gen1PaM;AaL GenlBnrt THE CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Is the PIONEER ROUTE between OMAHA and CHICAGO, completed four years ago, Bince wh'ch time the Company have spared neither pains nor expense m perfecting its read bed and track, and equipping it with rolling tock,of the most modern improvements; this, together with tha fact of its being the Shortest Line, oilers to the Traveling Travel-ing Public a route unsurpassed in this country for speed, comfort, safety and euro connections. PARTICULAR CAUTION should be taken by passengers in selecting their route, and not be deceived by faUe advertisements and representations by interested partiee of competing lines in regard to time, distances, rates, etc. This popular route requires no false statements, relying on its true merits, it needs only to be known by tha traveling travel-ing public to be appreciated. TIMK: San Francisco to Omaha, four days and seven hours. Via Chicago and North Western Railway, Omaha to Chicago, twenty-three twenty-three hours. Omaha tc New York, siity hours. Omaha to Boston, sixty-four hours. Pullman' Falace, Hotel, and Sleeping Sleep-ing Car Aro run on all through trains from Omaha to Chicago. How to Secure Sleeping Borths Bo-fore Bo-fore Reaching Omaha: Passengers desirous of securing Sleeping Sleep-ing Bertha, Sections or State Rooms in the Sleeping Car from Omaha East, can do so by telegraphing from any of the etations on the Union Pacific Railroad, to W. A, Carpenter. General Agent, C. & N. W. Railway, Omaha, stating what thoy want. This is all they nuod to do until they reach the C. & N. W. Railway Rail-way Depot on tho oast side of tho Missouri Mis-souri River, thon go to the Sleoping Oar Conductor, give him thoir names, as per telegram, and they will find that he gas tneir Dertns reeorvou tor mom, Pasaongors goiDg East will oonsult their own intorost by securing Through Tk-kota via CH1AGO & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY, which can be proourod at all principal ticket offices in California and the West, and at railroad offices to San Francisco, Salt Lako City, Ogden, Omaha and Council BlulTs. JNO. C. GAULT, Gonoral Sup't Chicago. U. P. STAN WOOD, Gonoral Ticket Agent, Chicago. ft MINES !MINES! A BOUT THIRTY MIXES. SITUATED IN xl LITTLE COTTONWOOD. BINGHAM AND BDTTERFIELD CANYONS. Luta of Oro in sinlit, consisting of Galena and .Milling Hock. " Tor further rarliculancnuuir. of JNO. W, SNELL, . A cent , IDAilU STORE. GORDON & MURRAY, r O E 1M" E R Freight Forwarders, TO CIP FLOYD, TLNTIC, STAR PISTRICT, M.VADA and ARIZONA, have opened an OFFUE AX1 WAREIIOI'SE AT L K II I f (Torinlniis Utnh Southern Railroad.) And will give prompt attention and dl.'i'atoh to all goods markod to their care. iM-oAnts f..r the Rocky iMmintuin Coal and lronr.relobratr.K'OAl.. wl.idi we ore now (r-i.urHl to iuruish in largo cr mint 11 uaiiUliua. ( 7 Glt0UD TO ItEXT. riMVO IH'XDRKD YKY.V FR"NT 1)Y 1 twenty-., foul dci. tn lot to milt, on tlmncw Mroot luat opened out to JMward .Marl in .1 biiu?o, oppoiitv Oo uuiiitjrn nuig vf the luwnuend House. Kn-miio oo tho rroniNoi -t SAN FRANCISCO TRADE, PARKER, WATTSON & CO. tSoooeeiora to Weil & Co..) j Importer and Manufacture re of TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 221, 22S and 22S Front St., oor. Sao ram en to, a5 BAN FRASCI8OO, CAL. GRAND IIOTJKL On Market, Mew Montioniery and oeoon Street, JOILNSON & Co., Pboprustobs. 1 E. A. FARCO & CO., 1 Importers and Jobbers of Brandies. Wines anil Lipors, 310 Front St., oor. Commercial, o a. Kta. i' SAN FRANCISCO 1. HUM. IfWPninclMO . flBaiBB. I. anaiaa, x York. J. BAUM & CO., importer and Manubetarera ef MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING. flaa Sanaome St., San Franelaco. No 18 Warren St., New York. IV BOOTSANDSHOES, California Manufacture, FOR WHOLESALE TRADE, Weaver & Taylor, 118 Front Street, San Francisoo, California, ali a. tmnoTioB. WjUtxa hoob. a. a. boht. 30. OHtHIjOVIOH db OO-, Importer and wholeal deaJon In riHH WIREI . LUUOKI, sou ia hits roa ItSSE, MOORE & CO'S FINE OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES. IlllOf HON LODIITILLB, XT. 1 Front BU. BAN FRANCISOO. art EatablishedLnlSoL C. VENARD, Hanafaotarer of the I Original Cliartres Coffee, And all kinds of Spices and California Mustard, 625 and 627 Front Street, between Jackson and Pacific SAN FRA&CItiCO. a5 A. J. GRIFFITH, to JfcgggS aU Unclaot J7ZOKZjlU3 cfg KUOSUU3 SALMON AND HERRINGS, 11 WaahlnajtoM Street. All kinda ef Drted, Smoked and Pick ltd IHah eonitantij on hand. J4 . h. A. Sandflnon, I. L. Horn. SANDERSON & HORN, (Importer and Jobber of CIGARS iD TOBACCO. (Proprietora of I Sfipanoia Olffar Factory J SoU manufacturers oj the celebrate (CHAS. DICKENS' CIGAR 413 Front (Street. Between WaalUngton and Clay. I SAN FRANCISCO. ap4 ' E. MARTIN & CO. Wiiolesale Lip Dealers, 40 Front Street, Ban Franelae. Proprietora of aULLK&'l KITRA OL.D BOURBOI And tole aconta for . C CUTTER'S EXTRA OLD BOURBON WHISKIES Constantly on hand, a fall assortment of - all thm ard Brand of Whiakclea, Foreign ajd DemtiUo Wlnea, m5 Bitters, Gordlala, f KIUlirHT,(iRANT&C0i Importerfl of American and Europan Staple and Fancy DRY &00DS, SA.IV JFJttAJVCISSiOO, CAXIFORJf IA, 1 011 tha attention of the Trade to their large and oompletestook of FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS Which they are now rcoeirlnr direct from European Manufacturers, oomtruina in part Frenen Jnerlnoa Wool Batlnea, Wool Plalde, French and Qerman, Irian and French Popllna. Kmpreaa Clothe, Vamlae, black and colored, Velreteena, Alpaeaa, black and colored, ILKS, VELVETS, RIBBONS. ALSO Kid, Book. Berlin (Ladles'. Miaoee. flTenUO Gents' Underwear And all kinds of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Bf',"rrt"pl't In all Its bntacbea White Gooda, UandkerchUra. Uhlrtlng Lln.m, Q.u1lts, whit, end colored Uamaake, brown loom and bkached. Tow)., Unrk, Diaiw, Turktoa, Mapklna and UotIUi, ttte.. BitH Kt. Special Notice. -r CARD TO THE TRADE. TUB Mission & Pacific Woolen Mills, Depot, Noa. 61t A 31 Morket St., ' SAN FKANC1SCO. CAL,! Offer to the trade a Larue and Wei ..(elected Aesorttnent of Woolen Goods, i . . Mannfaotured at their celebrated Mllti, ! Contintitip of BLANKETS af every description; rUKFE BLANKETS and DUUUY WUULS; Ht,myE and SLLrlCB Blanketiagt", varit-ua widths and qualities; CLOTUS. CASblMERKS and TWEEDS of every description: DENTS' LADIES', MISSIS' and CHILDREN'S SHAWLS Jo rroat varioli' ; Ol'KllA and FANCY FLANNEI ; SHI It T I tj FLANNELS : TWEED, CASSIM EKE and V L A N N l L iS II 1 K T S uj UNDKKWEAK, WATEK l'KOUFK andltK-l'ELLANTS, andltK-l'ELLANTS, vnrloiui fli.tlna and ti-lo. Ksit All-Wool and .Merino ljs,mvrt and Uobikrt for men, women and children, kh-MU-UU.Y aditpted for the rnoilic Const. Woolen Yarn in all nhadoa by tho po"knKe. All tloods in our lino tuanurnr tared "to om.Kn- rrt short n-tico, and at the lowwt mnrket i.rli'M. 1'rk-o Lists sonlon apidicaiion. aiissiuN ao pacific Woolen AU1 1y SAN FHANCISC0.CAU ' auTJ 1 Fall and Winter Notice! ARRIvaIj Fall & Winter Goods. CLOTHING DEPARTWEUT, HAVE BOUGHT A t.ARGK AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF CLOTHI.VG AXD MCS'S FURNISHING FURNISH-ING GOODS, SUITABLE FOR THE SEASON AND WHICH JS NOW 01E- FOR INSPECTION. ' French, Euglisli nnd American Suitings, Coatlirps 1 aud Cassimercs in great variety uml lale.ot ftyleo. Men's aud Boys suits ol,' the intent fashions. Troni the first Houses in New York, Boston, Chicago anil San Francisco. , A FULL STOCK OK HOME MADI1 CASSIMERES AND JEANS, TO WniCH WE INVITE INSHtlCTION. D b MEN'S UNDERCLOTHING, HOSIERY, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, COLLARS AND ' GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS. UxJilXJJ.ljXl.iJ X UllilXUJ-LiilU UUUJVlJ, Trunks, Valises, Rugs, Blankets, Gapes and Overcoats. MEN'S AND BOYS BOOTS AND SHOES, EASTERN AND HOME MADF. GRANT, GREELEY, AND ALL THE NEWEST STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS. WALL PAPER DECORATIONS IN GREAT VARIETY. The great success which has attended Our Merchant Tailoring Department Has induced us (o laako .Large Purchases for our Fall and Winter Trade, So tbat g ii tie iu.cn may choose from tlie mo it Varied and tExteaiBlTe Stock we have ever o IT red. Tailors' Notions and Trimmings of the best quality always on hand. H. B. CLAWSON, Superintendent. Sewing Machine. yE respectfully invito the Publio (o call and em out eicelleBt variety e Sewing Machines. IN Plaln.Beautiful aud Elaborate Styles of Workmanship AND GREATLY IMPROVED WITH TUB FANTON G -A. S T O 3rt S - The Total Sala 0 the SINGER MACHINE are now THREE QUARTERS OF A MILLION. THE SALES OF LAST YEAR. 3L S 3L,a O O Ad evidenoe that it ia fast wiuniog sup re mo favor ia the houiehoIJ, The Singkr Company sold over the other Companies, 52,734, lay Tho Chicago Relief Coaiuiitteo luruished suiTerers by the Fi j March is, 1872, 3,944; 3.151 Singer tilachiiics, U other uk'-, 79 Applioanta made their selection, with same diseouut on all. OUR SALKS IN UTAH EXOKKD ANX OTHH1'' irnUSE IN THJS 6KWINQ MACHINE LINK THIS SLDK 0F CHICAGO- W eourteoualy invite the Uadiea tn M our Hmbrolciery V-toJLLiiioio.t, It attracts fenere attooaon and admiration. We also desire yoa to we our TUCKERS, CORDERS, RUFFLERS, BINDERS QUILTERS, HEMMERS, TRIMMERS, PLEATERS, SELF-BASTERS, SEAM-RIPPERS. NEEDLE-SETTERS. NEEDLE-SETTERS. SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF S1HTILE SKWI.VU NACIU.NE. OVARANTKE KVERV MAdllNK WK SELL TO OtVK KXT1RE SATI.'M" ud , allar. ,..,-d to saw wuh a... ,11 kind, crrwJ,. fti ,S,vr-,U t,. lb. aal. Lace, Musllu, t ambric, Uouilic, Uruhns T.cinf Dilckiuii, Uraier, Hui k-hlu and LealHrr. HS"In5Uuctino eiven Irce of charge hy coiapotent allendanu. and twm' ef alo to suit all oircuiuatanccs. OTHER SEWINC MACHINES REPAIRED ON REASONABLE REA-SONABLE TERMS. Wo extend a cortiial inriution to all to COME AND SEE OTJR MACHINES Whether thpy wish to puivhan or not. ATTIIBSICKHSRI'I.IJ .Mll'HIA'E DEPiRDIKXT Z. C. M. I. General Agents, Xto 4oors )uUi of Kagl Uuiiwrium, Saw Lam Oitt.