RAILROADS. C.P.R..R. I.KAVK UtiUKS UAlLv V fA LO HH t i Overland Pwn-" lri? "r Tfxino, '.WIin, 'f-.n-im-iwn, W,i.i.i worth, 'w,., Mari.tlln, Koddu. ( lor K! W'. ""ra'nl. .Stockton, Y'j.P. M-.r-.nd tor Yo-it.,,, i 'jijiidij 'tor l.oa Anifoloaj, .i.iu,Jt,se id iian t'ram:is.:o, - - - - 5.31 p.. Ovnrland Krtiiiir, ami A mom mod Uu Train tut .ulu k'ranciai;'!, - - 5.i1 p.m. A. if. TOWN K, T. II. GOODMAN .icii'l .iui'l l J. ,n. I'm., iitfi Tiukot AgnoL OE'J. II- lU'jK, A'k.t r, Halt I.nkn Cir, OMicn rvitii iljrahull A Cartor, Over W. F. & GVa Uk. di UTllRTli RAILROAD. ETraiiisi'iiu between Itrisjiam Junction with C. P. R.U., LOGAN. On and nf'T F.-hrunry Int. ti7.1, Doily Trains, Luarn liriifluim J iiin;Uoii uU 7:W) p.m. Arrivo H' Nlnnilufi '' Arrivo m J.ttO 1! w a m ArrV;;Xn.i.;n;;:::::::::::::;::::::::::::."" ' Arnvi) at llmliiiui - l-f1 P-; to ftountut Willi uuins iur 0dun and bait Lake. Trains Run onSa!t Lake Time. mar SttiROU ronnont with Trains to und from Northern butLlomuiiU in Ciwlut County tbi- F Alius I Between Loan and "tilt laka 8-J W Oion ........ J ' !! Mundon and Suit Laku Onden 7& Reduced Kales to Excursion Parties, PawtODsora will ploase purohaao their Tiokota at the fjffiuea. Tor all Information) concerning Kroiaht or Passage, api-U to ClfAS. NTBIiKY, Oeiiwal Kroiitht and Tiokot Agent. JNU, W. TOirNO, dll Uen'l Sup't. UTAH CENTRAL RAILROAD. PIONEER LINE OF UTAH. Ua an d attar December MOBUTU. Ially TruSiiM Leave Salt Lake City at 5 a.m. and 2:4fi p.m Arrive at Ovdon 7 a. in. and 4:46 p. m. Leave Oiidon at 8 a. m. and 5::i0 p. m. Arrive at tialt Lake City 10 a,m. and 7;30 P.m In addition to the above 3VXX3E13B1X TRAINS Will ran DALLY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED Leaving Salt Lako City at 8 a.m. and 6.30 p. in,, and Ogden at 5 a.m.and 5.50 p.m. uiari will plaaao Paronaae t lie ir TleMeUt at the Oflleee. TiftT Cents additional will be charged when the fare ia collected on tho tra.n. for tl) Information oonoerolni freliiht or passage, apply to JAN. M1IAK1. eaeraiffreliht and Tioket Ait JOHN SHARP, invittlNToNDHNT UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. Onand after December aiH1, ;dailv trains j Leave the Utah Central K.R. Depot, ! Bait Lake City, at 7 a.m. and 2.30 p.m; Arrive at Lohi at lJ a.m. arid 4.30 p.m. Leave Lehi at 9. SO a.m. and 5 p.m. Arrive at Salt Lako City at 11.30 a. in. and 7 p.m. In addition to tho above MIXED TRAINS Will run daily. Sunday excepted, Leaving the Utah Central R.R. depot, Salt Lake City, at 1 p.m. and Lehi at 6 a.m. Passengers will please purchase their Tk'kats at the Offices. YiWf cents additional ad-ditional will bo charge? when tho tare is collected on the train. For all information concerning freight or passage, apply to J AS- sua nr. '.Sen. Freight and Ticket Agent. JOHN SHARP, S O P R. 1 NT"! N P g.VT. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. ... Harness Saddlery, Lcatlicr. J. C. JO fisJbx Ji CO., 101 & 106 front Sirerf, HtfT by prrifioi Co 31 r. U. R tlutc- Einstein Bro's & Co., Mnuractart?rs ar.d Imrvrters ef BOOTS & SHOES, LJiATHER. FINDINGS. Etc., 31 ATrB"T"tiS!iSca I P.. HOLDEN & CO., COMMISSION JIEKCHAXTS, 'V S3 SANSOME STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. BUYS StLLS FOR TTTAH TRADE. JoTpiiiT" The varlf"1 , HIJXEU, AHTIZAN and TRAVELER JOB PRINTING " CAN WEI FILLKD AT TIIK HERALD JOB OFFICE. Tho unanimous satisfaction given by tho work dons at our office in the past has justified us in continually importing im-porting all the Newest Attractions with which to pltiase ouij'patroDi in Elegance and Style, and perform Job P r i nti ng to oompare favorably with any importation importa-tion in this line from the East or West. Anything in the nature or PAMPHLETS, POSTERS, SHOW CARDS, MINING BLANKS, BUSINESS BLANKS, CERTIFICATES, HANDBILLS, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS, BANK CHECKS, COUNTINGHOUSE WORK! RECEIPTS, BALL TICKETS,! CIRCULARS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, ETC., ETC., done to order in black, colors or gold. We do Dot profess to work below oost, nor work for the sake of working, nor give baits of any nature, but by a system of calculating prices, make a rule to compete with outyide Quality & Figures Salt Lako Iron Co. ,. xiuUME, President. HL:.RY J. DAVISON, Secretary. ilAXUI-'ACTUi'.EKS OF IIIiL(; & MIEXIA'G MACI1INKKY. Engines and Boilers Mads and Repaired to Order. IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS, MODEL WORK. -A. rlctLltiirnl IVT c3iinoiy. Order. Promptly ExMutud iji a Workmanlike Manner. Old Cist Iron Bought at the Illicit Market 1'noe. 1. V. SITHEKLAND, Manaser. j WOKKri: Block South of Depot P. O. Bos.otie. Tialixxs Bauer Ss Oo., GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED KNABE PI AMOS, 1"HE BEST for Touch, Tons and Durability now in use; ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAVORITE BAUER PIANOS. EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF BAND INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS, AND ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. CATALOGUES AND PRICE LIST SENT FREE TO ANY ADDRESS. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. JULIUS BAUER fc CO., odu .uroaaway, auu , aaa aui k aB Wabash. Avenue NEW YORK. CHICAGO. jyis GROCERY DEP'l z. o. in. x. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 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 OUR OOODS ARB CHEAP! DEALERS IN THE SETTLEMENTS AND MINING TOWNS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO CALL I AND ENQUIRE PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. - S T O V E ST Grocery and Hardware Department MONITOR, CHARTER OAK, NEW ERA, LOYAL COOK, Also a great variety of other COOKING and HEATING STOVES, coin-prising coin-prising the largest assortment to bo found in any stock in Utah; prices very tow, call and sec. oot20 H. B. CLAWSON, Supf. . C M. I. - Stl-t Xjtls.o City, GENERAL MACHINERY WACOM DEPOT, COUNCIL HOUSE YARD, NEAR THE TEMPLE BLOCK. Pitt's and other Thrashing Jlaeliiues, Wood's 3Iover and Combined Machine, Excelsior Mower and Keaper, World Mower and Keaper, Champion Mower and Keaper, Sulky Kakes, "Welcome" and "Superior." Turbine Wheels, "Eureka" Smutter. Cane Mills, Machine Extras ! ! ! Slark the Place COUNCIL HOUSE YARD5S SALT LAKE CITY. e are eip.xnm an :z:z:ed:3te ibipmcct of the well-known and jusdy-oelebrated "SGIIUTTLSa WA&ON," The factory having just pot fVirly rnnrnnE since the RF AT CHICAGO Fl RE I H. B. C7 "WSON, Sopexintendent. Z. C. M. I. SHOE FACTORY DEPARTMENT, 99 East Temple Street, B1QN OF TUB -j 1 I Gr -j 1 O O T GENTS' BOOTS, LADIES' BOOTS, CHILDREN'S BOOTS, GENTS' SHOES, LADIES' SHOES, CHILDREN'S SHOES, GENTS' SLIPPERS,-LADIES' SLIPPERS,-LADIES' SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, For fine weather or stormy weathor; for ivalk-iniT, ivalk-iniT, duneing, working, sfarkihOi climbing, I riding, ashing, mining, etc., etc. i A largo and choice assortment of tho above, 1 our own muko and imported, at the most roa- 1 eonable prices. We make to order any style and quality desired and Insure atli faction. OLD BOOT3 AND SHOES Made as good as now almost SELLING OFF OUR OLD STOCK BELOW COST! ! i Sole Leather! Upper Leather! Harness Leather! Imported Calf Skins, American Calf Skins, Morocco and Kid Skins, Shoe Findings,t "KIT" OF ALL KINDSII H0KSE COLLAKS! Horse Collars ! ! HORSE COLLARS!!! AIL AT LOWEST PRICES, Wholesale and Retail ! Order, by Mail receive special . prompt attention. HIDES AND "WOOL BOUGHT. 1 a B. CLAWSON, Eap'k THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME "Vli3Q furnished with a magnificent .firfe-- Alii ON, STEINWAV OK CUICKERINO IBM fHllB Or a Handfomo and Brilliant MASON & HAMLIN Cabinet O i m n and a durable, easy running and matches Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine. Sole Ageiits, CALDER & CARELESS, 37 EAST TEMPLE STREET, Where you will find an immense stock of Musical Instruments, and Musical Merchandise of every description; alio uu endless variety of Sunday School Cards, Books, Stationery, &o., tfco. janl5 Sewing1 Machine. TE respectfully invite tht. Public to oall and sec our oxoellent varloty o Sewing .Machines, IN Plain.Beautiful and Elaborate Styles of Workmanship AND GREATLY IMPROVED WITH TUB FANTON O A- STOBS. The Total Sala of the SINGER MACHINE are now THREE QUARTERS OF A MILLION. THE SALES OF JLAST YEAR, A EB IE 9 .25 vi- O An evidence that it hi fust winning suproaio favor in tho household, Tho Singer Company sold ovor tho othor Companies, 52,734, ttg" Tho Chicago Relief Cominitteo furnished suflorers by the Fire to March 18, 1872, 3,944; 3.151 Sillier WacliiQCS, all othor makes, 793. Applicants made their solcolion, with eamo diseount on all. OUR SALES IN UTAH EXCEED AN OTHER HOUSE IN THE. SEWING MACHINE LINE THIS SIDE OF CHICAGO. Wo conrtoDiuly invito tho Ladioa to aeo our broidery Attaolimoiitt It attraote general attention and admiration, Wo also desire yon to see our TUCKERS, CORDERS, RUFFLERS, BINDERS QUILTERS, HEMMERS, TRIMMERS, PLEATERS,. SELF-B ASTERS, SEAM-RIPPERS, NEEDLE-SETTERS, NEEDLE-SETTERS, SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF SHUTTLE SEWINQ MACHINES, WE GUARANTEE EVERY MACHINE WE SELL TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFAO tion, as oachono is thoroughly adjusted, tried arid tostod by exparioaood Moohanioa and all we warranted to sow with ease all kinds of goods, from tie coarsest to tho finest, E.ace, Muslin, Cambric, Domestic, Denims, Tickings. Ducking, Beaver, Buckskin and Leather. t& Instruction given free of ohargo by competent attendants, and terms of sale to suit all circumstances. OTHER SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED ON REASON REA-SON A B LETTER M S- We extend a cordial invitation to all to GOME AND SEE OUH MACHINES " . : : 1 Whether they wish to purchase or not. AT THE SOGER SEWING M1CME DEPARTMENT X. G. M. I. General Agents, Two doors south of Eaelo Emporium. Salt Lakb Onr. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD ME TABLE. DNT1L further notice, Trains will leave and arrive at Ogden Daily, as follows : le ATI, I Arrive. Daily EprtBS.8-30 a.m. Daily Eip's, S-10 p.m. Mixed. - 6-30 p.m. Mixed. - 2-35 p.m. Freight. - 10-33 a. in. I Freight, - 6-10 a. in Daily connections made at Ogden with Utah Central Pacilie Road l'rom Salt Lake city and all points in Southern South-ern Utah. At Bryan with stages for Sweetwater mines. At Cheyenne with Denvor "Pacific Railroad for Denver, Central city, Georgetown and all points in Colorado nd New Mexico. At Omaha with Chicago and North "Western, Chicago, Kock Island and Pacific; Burlington and .Missouri River, Kansas city. St. Joe and Council Jilulls Railroads and Missouri River Line of Steamers for all points East and South Tickets for sale to al points East at office of Wells, Fargo & Co., East Temple Tem-ple Btreet, and at the 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 sleep-ng sleep-ng cars can be secured. Arrangements haye been made whereby where-by passengers desiring to visit Denver on their way East can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenno to Denver, and return at greatly reduced ratei. Por particulars and ail information in regard lo passage, apply at Ticket Offices. Of-fices. Passengers should be careful to secure their passage tickets to all Eastern and Southern points via OMAHA, and thus avail themselves of the advantages of a through sleeping car, comfortable accommodations ac-commodations and quick time, THOS. L. KIMBALL, General Ticket Agent. T. E. SlCKBL?, Chf. Engineer and Superintendent. Herald Bindery OUR BTKDERY 15 PREPARED 10 Repair, in a workmanlike manner, AJ bain i. Old Books, etc., etc.i TAnd iai MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS CHICAGO BOOK ISLAND, AND Pacific Railroad. THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE NOW Ol'EX DIRECT TC Chicago and the East. VIA DEH MOINES, DAVENPORT, AND ROCK ISLAND, Connecting at Des Moinos with Des Moines Valley R,R, FOK KEOKUK AND ST. LOUIS. At Davenr.ort with Boat for nil point on the Upper Mississippi, At La Eallo with the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. NORTH ASD SOUTH. Ajid at Chicag-j with all the fast lines Eaat and fcouth TWO FAST EXPRESS TRAINS Leare Council Bluff; Daily. TMI3S 113 DI CHICAGO- TIME ThU rend bcin; thoroughly quipped with ELEGANT NEW COACHES A.VD SLEEPING CAR3, Ar. ha: inz the ad ran tarn of a 'mff-th wU tlia. ivd ir.vii. r- toibe tra-. .;,r,. i,u'olic j.-. La.-'.'-rn lino uac-jualled lor !'HD, OjMFOKT, A-D SAFETY. T.mrrh Ti via this Line to all Ea-t- ern car. a; ti.-. f. ottj .w,'- Ticket Ir.r.:rnat:Jr.ftl llot-l, Om-ha, a-ri:: a-ri:: - Ik-a-e hKz, CcuxcU Liu--, and at Ue LA'.'i-'.iiF; CEIECK ED TirnOT'i . I! TO i i A. A. H.U,I . 5. STEVEXfl i,ca;: UtLcral Az,;nt, SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. BOOTS AND SHOES, California Manufaoturo, FOR WI10L.lvBAL.K Til A UK, Weaver & Taylor, Wl Mftrkot Slreot, San Franoicoo, Cal. aia E- A. FARGO & CO., Importers and JoLbera of Braniies. fines anil Liprs, 310 Front SU, cor. Comm.rct.I, D. . v. i BAN FHANOISOO J. BAUM & CO., luiporton and Mtuiulnctarera of MEN'S 4 BOYS' CLOTHING. & 8iuome Hl.,Ban Pranclico. Ko IS Warren SU. Now York. IV HECUT, HKO'S & Go. BOOTS, SHOKS & LKATHEK 104 Jt 106 Sanson St., San tYanciaCO And li Jt 12 l'oarl St Boston. BUCK1A01IA.H Jt HECUT, Mnnnlaoiuron of the "tITIA DUAtm" CAUF0RNIA SOOTS AND SHOES. oil A. J. GRIFFITH, SALMON A?;D KERRlGS, 18 Wa)(ilngtot)lrt. All Mnda oi Dries), SukApi! anil t'lchletl )"l-h oonEiauUy on hand. i PrlRSER, WATTS0N & CO.' (Snoocssora to Weil 1 Co..) Importers and Plnnufnutiircra or TOBACCO AND CIGARS, '221, 223 and 225 Front at., oor. Sm ram on to. 5 SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. . aniaLovien. wiLtta nooi. u. b. hoecv. au. cm biXjOvioh oo., linporlcrn anil wholesalu Jim! urn in FINK WINKS L.1Q.UOR9, boli aoaifiB roa IESSE, MOORt & GO'S FINE OLD BOURBON AND RVE WHISKIES. DI1I0I THOU LOD1SV1LLB, XI. 601 Front Bu. aAN PRAN0I800. A Established in 1851. G. VENARD, Manufacturer of the Original Chartres Coll'ee, Ajid all kinds of Spices and California .Mustard, 625 and 627 Front Street, botween Jnokaon and Paoiflo. SAN FKAiNOiaOO. a5 : . . t I3STABL1SUED 18o0. J Importers of Teas, East India 1 goods and general groceries, 213 zi 215 Front Street, ( San Francisco- o2Q j GllAND HOTEL, On Market, t!ew Montgomotr and Booond HLreou, I S-BT ITHAJVOXBOO, OS IL.. , JOHNSON & Co., Proprietors, ; E. MARTIN & CO. Wholesale Lipor Dealers, tOI Fromt 8trt, 8a.M rraacliGt), I Proprietors of KILLER'S XIHA OLD BOURBON And sole aeonta for i . CUTTER'S EXTRA OLD BOURBON WHISKIES Constantly on hand, a full assortment of all the .rd Braudi of Wnliklti, fi'ln Brand t. Forlg and Domaatlo Wlnii, m5 Blttara, OordUli, n. h. A. Bandenon, I, L. Horn. SANDERSON & HORN Importers and J oh bora of CIGARS ALVD TOBACCO, (Froprtoton tA La Espanola Cigar Factory,) SoU manufacturers oj tht celebrcte 'CHAS. DICKENS' CIGAR 413 front Streot, Bitwn Waalilngton and Clay, SAN FRANCISCO. a pi MURPHY,GRANT&CO. Importers of American and European Staple and Fancy DEY GOODS, .'3lJV FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, Call the attention of the Trade to theii larc and complete stock of FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS Which they aro now reoeMnf direct from iSoropean Mannfaetorors, eomprisini ia part Vrtach JKrlno. Wool Satlna, Wool Plalda, French and Germ bo, Irian and French Popllna, Bmprtii ClotUa, Tamla, black and oolored, Vtlrttm, Atpaeaa, black and colo rod, SILKS, VELVETS, RIBBONS. a Leo r GLOVES, Kid, Back, Berlin (Ladi Mlrsoa'. Qenu') Gents' Underwear And all kinds of Gents' Furnishing Goods. HoiUrj'.eompUteln all Ita traocbei Whltt Ooodi, Handkerchltfi, Snlrtlng Llnni, Hollta, white and colored,: Drnniki, brewn loom and bleached TowIa, nark, Diar-r, Turkish. Iupklai Bvnd Dojrllaa. . ttt., Eli., tCf. SPRUANCE, STANLEY & Co- Importers and Dealers ii Fine Old Bourbon RYE WHISKIES, Brandies, Gins, Wines, etc., - , 410 FRONT STREET, 110 SA-V lilAXCISCO. MACONDRAY 4 CO., Iiorrtersof ' CDLU & JJPJX TEAS, , SH1PPJMG a-i COMMISSION MERCHANTS I and ?K SAXSOME STREET tAX fRAXCJCO. ( voir.,iCliI.N.A JAPAN TEAS, and all jMOTpudni of Asr Inu and Srwirs 1'ro- TRAVEL. REDUCTION IN PASSAGE. UtJION LINK LETWEF-X Now York, Queens! own, and Liverpool! Carrying tho United Slates Mails IDAHO, r--J- NKVAD.V MINNESOTA. khuasiIa, M AM 1 A '1' r A N Sr.j W OMLNii, SAILINllKlinM NEW YORK EVEIiY W EhNESDAY. CABIN Pnssntio from jN.mv Yerk SNt and 51U1 cold. Stuturuoiua on tho tniuo iltTk.aa Suloun. S I'EKlt AUE: $M fnim Now York ; (.Mfrotn Lh-oriHiol it ijuoonsiinwi, 1'iiyablu in curroncy I 'iL-t'imo !mm or tt tloruianv, i'ruuco, Nur wav, S'xnlon, ft1-, ill l.nwo.n linto.4. lliMiiiidiiif.w u (lioiit llrituin, li eland and tho Continent. Aj.i-ly to iWl.UAMS.t tl U lON.ai Bnad-Wt.v; Bnad-Wt.v; or 11 S. KI.DitEIMlE. d'.M Salt Luke Citj. THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY In tho VIONKKR KOUTK betwoon OMAHA mid CH 10AOO, coni()lolod four youra na, siuco which timo tlio (Jumimny havospurod noitlior puing nor oxponuo in porfmilitiK it rid bod and trrtok, iuhI oquippi'iK with rollinft touk.of tho nuist moilorn iniprovomonla; this, tofrollior with tlio fuel of ita boinir the Shortest Line, otl'rtrs to tlio Traveling Travel-ing Public a rontn iiiipurpnasod in this cimntry 1'or fpm-d, comlort, safoty and euro eoniifi'linnM. rAHTlOULAK CAUTION should bo tJiki'it by pitspciiKiT in rjoluuting lliuir riuiif, htuI ih'I tut ilot'oivud Iry InlflO ailvortiMsiui'titti nnl i i-irt'cutntiims by inlerfftril partitw nf uoinpotiiiK linos in rctiril Ln unio, (listancor, raUut, olc Tli is pupti Iur nm to requires no lso atiitenu'iits, ralying on iUj trim morits, it nocils only to bo known by tho traveling traveli-ng public to bo appreciated. TI.Ml!.: Kan Francisco to Omaha, four day id ttuvoii hours. Via Chicago and North Woelc i Cailw&y, Omaha to Chicago, twonty-breo twonty-breo hours, Omaha, tc New York, aixty hours, Oiuaba to Boston, aixty-luur hours. Pitllma.n"- ulnce, Hotel, and Sleap. lug Cars Aro run on all through Iraltn from Omaha to Chicago, IIow to Hocuro Blocking Bertha Uo- foro Koaching Omaha: raesengcrfi dosiroua of socuring Sleeping Sleep-ing Berths, Sections or Htuto Hoorus m no Sleeping var irom omuuit jiuai-, call 10 so by telegraphing from any of tua tationa on tho Union Pacitic Itailroad, o W. A. CarnoHtor. Gonoral Agont, (J k N. W. liailway, Omaha, BtatitiK what hoy want. This is all thoy need to do intil thoy roach tho O. &, N. W. Hail-vay Hail-vay Dnpot on theoaBtsido of tlia Mis-ouri Mis-ouri ltivor, then go to the Sleeping (Jar Jonduclor, givo him thoir names, &g jar tologram, und tboy will And that ho iaa their berths reserved for thorn. PassongorB going East will consult ,hoir own intorofit by securing Through rickets via CU1AGO & NOHTH WKSTKKN It AIL WAY, which can so procured at all principal ticket jffices in California and tho Wost, and 11 railroad otllcos to Ban Francisco, Halt Lako City, Ogduu, Omaha and Council Bluffs. JNO. C. GAULT, General Bup't Chicago. H. P. STAN WOOD, General Ticket Agont, Chicago. GILMER S SALISBURY'S DAILY STAGE LINES TIIROUOH Utah, South - cast Nevada & Montana. Mon-tana. Leaving Salt Lalc City Dally, I waning wa-ning South to Tintio, Amorican Fork, Mount Nobo, Sevier, St. Georgo, Utah ; and Pioohe, Nevada j Paaalng through Provo, Springvillo, Spaniah Fork,Pty-Bon, Fork,Pty-Bon, Salt Creek, Cliiokon "Creok, Eound Valley, FUlmoro.Corn OrockBcavor, Mincre- Viilo, and AU the principal Unont and mining campt 171 southern Utah and touth-tatt Nevada, Also Uav COrlnn, Utah, dallr, running north to Virginia City, Helena, Fort Benton, Doer Lodge, Cedar Creek mines, and passing through all the principal towns and mining min-ing oampa in Montana. Mon-tana. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, Wells, Rrgo & Co. Building inn Bait Ik City LenWInoe. fl. p. KlmeM SAlT-LAKE, AM Tintic Stage and Express RUHMIHO DAll.r FROM LAKK CITY, -rla LAKE TOW. TOOELE CITY, STOCKTON AMD OFHia TO TIMTIC. The root has been n-fteea-ei with ipW' lid Concord Coaohcs. fine Stoek. caiefaJ an ittentive Drivers, and every attention Iipaio o the comiort an I convenience oi P en. Good accommodation on the road. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. )0q at Wll, Fargo Co.'a. gait Lan OUfi WINES k KIMBALL. apli flJPlU"