MISCELLANEOUS. DUDLSY tl. BT1KL. tAX'l, JOHKBOH STEELE Si JOHXSOX, rYholeo&b dealer In Staple anl Fancy GROCERIES, UO'JMS, FLOUR ND BACOM. d?."., Council Bluffs, la. Solo Arodu for the Oriental and Dupont H.F2S Pnw.ier Cnmianifl. THIS WELL KNOWN BBAXD . OF JAPAN TEAS FOR SALE AT K C:o JH 3K Grocery Department. ,H II. B. CLAWSON.Supt. W.T.REYNOLDS i CO., E. H ZAimiSKIE, Ban Francisco, bait Lake City. WHOLESALE LIQUOR HOUSE. ZABRISKIE & CO. UAVI IOR SALS A FINE LINE OP WINES AND LIQUORS, To whioh thoy call the attention of DEALERS. Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Satisfac-tion Guaranteed. 60LE AGENTS FOR "IIOUSER'S" STltAIGHT WHISKIES. TUB FINEST IB .A. IR, IN THE CITY CONNECTED WITH TUE HOUSE. 64 MAIN" STREET" r Two door iDiub of Weill, Forgo Co't Bank, mjf. Furuacemen, Attention. A 1 Fiie Brick. SCOTT, DUNHAM & CO. JkSI i-GESTS FOSt TH1 GOLDff.1 CITY KIRK BRICK, Which Bra equal if not superior to the Special rat civei. b the or load. oetlH MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Of all kindi, including tho RATTER. TM PROVED ORGANS. Cheaper than ever. J. DAYNES & SON, First So urn Street, Two doors east of Uodbo's Drug Store, augli STOCKHOLDER'SIVIEETING '-pilL F1KST ANNUAL MEETING OF X THE "EMMA HILL Comolltlatcd Mining Company," Location of works, "Littlo Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Territory oi Utah," Iur tho oluc-tion oluc-tion of Trustees lor tho ensuing year, and tlio traniactiun of such other bujinoss as may como hcioro tho meeting, will bo liuld at tho otlieouf . tho couii-any, No- JJ Montgomery .txcet, trim Franc i California lluuiii 11 on Monday, October 7th, at - o'clock n. m. L- C. FU.VLLK, Secretary. San Francisco, sieit- -I, Is". s.'l HBrsleY's Torsion Wairoii Spring This is tho best Wagon Spring in use, and was awarded tho FIRST PREMIUM AND MEDAL, ever the EU'ptio and all other competitors, at the American Institute in the city of New York, in November, li'ti. U is now beinjr applied ap-plied by too WaK DSiAKTMEST toUov-ernment toUov-ernment Wajcon tjving on tne Plains. It U Lighter, It occupies less Space, It raise the Wagon less than any other Spring, a-d it utilizes the most perfect means or elasticity in steel, o-imely tlie tor;i n principle, crryisz cpj-eityfroui cpj-eityfroui I ... to v-.-j Jbi. Wito all these aJTanUncj tho spnos is i"M at a much low er pr.ee Iur tho carrying capacity than iy o:her Srncs in u-e. For lull prtuuiara app'y at D. Hutchinson's Hutchin-son's w;iioo .-ho.', Jmj Sjth street, next door wes: ol Wii ;Vl-d .S OrrV livery stable Simpler can al.-o be seen a: cott, ivuu-iani ivuu-iani Jc Cos. ar: J a: Kahn Hr"'s store;-. H it HE.XDEKSOS, IT Solo Agents for Utah. LUMBERYARD. All KliMN r Liinjbfr DOORS, WIXDO'AS, BLINDS, -MOULDINGS, SUINGLES, LATHS, T. R. JOKES Balf-blookinnth of U. 0. Dep.-.'. Pure Manilla Rope. 7h II AVE been appointed by Tubba 4 Co V aiiesu toru,es.ilo oi their rope. hJfr"5 11 Us c-:VcuIlJIy recommended oeiaBAil pure MiwUHb. asd a-jt miikCl Wltjj suai ox othor inferior material e pedal price given to the Trade. STURTEVANT BLOWERS. Sereral sizes on hand. Sites not in Stock ordered or-dered at lowest rates by theanonts. Kt OTT, Bl.MUH dt (Ui Goldoa City Fire Erick. TRAVEL GILMER SALISBURY'S DAILY STAGE LINES Tiinouon Utah, .South -cast Nevada & 33 on- tana,. Larlag Silt Lake City Dally, ulug houtli to Tiario, Amcnoan Fork, Mount Nobo, Sevier, St. Geortre, Utah ; and Piooho, Kevada ; Paaalnsj through Provo, Springvillo, Spanish Fork,Pay-son. Fork,Pay-son. Salt Creek, Chicken Creek, Uonnd Valley, FLLLmorc.Corn Creek, Beavor, Miners-ville, Miners-ville, and AU the principal towm and mining camps in southern Utah and touth-eait Nevada AUo Corlnnc, Utah, dally rnoalug tirth to V'irpinia City, Ilelcna, Fort Bonton, Doer Lodgo, Cedar Creek mines, and passing through all the principal towns and miir ing camps in Montana. Mon-tana. PRINCIPAL OPF;CE, Wells, Frgo & Co. Building' Inn! Salt Lake City Len Wines. H. P. KimbsJJ.- SALT LAKE, OPH1R And Tintic Stage and Express LINE, RUN KINO DAIL Y FROM SALV LAKE CITY, via LAKE TOWI, TOOELK CITY, STOCltTOS AND OPniR TO TINTIC. Tho ronte has been re-stocked with splendid splen-did Conoord Coaches, fine Stosk, careful and ttcntivo Drivers, and every attention is paid to the oomfort oni cenvenienoe of passen-tera. passen-tera. Good accomnwdationM on the road THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. ODci at Walla, Fargo Co.'a, Salt Lak Clty WINES & KIMBALL, apU Proprietors. UTAH SOUTHERN RAILROAD. Ou n ud nfler September 'A3d, ISTZ MIXED TRAINS TILL RUN DAILY. Golug South. Leave the Utah Central R.B. 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.o0 p.m. iolng North. Leave Lehi at 9.30 ft. in. and 4.50 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. Bait Lake tc Cottonwood SUtion, 50cts Sandy 81.00 leaner " 1.25 " " P.int " ' 1.75 Lehi " " 2 26 Passengers will ploaso purchaso tickotsat the olhco. M. II. DAVIS, Geo. Freit-ht and Tlaket Agent. FKKAHOHZ LITTLB flUPIBUmNDKNT. UTAH CENTRAL liAlLHOAl. PI3KEEH LINE OF UTfiH. Un aad after Monday, July 17, 1 ill laliy Trains Leave Salt Lake City at 5 a m. and 2:45 p.m Arrive at Ugdon 7 a. to. and 4:46 p. m. Lctve OgJon at 3 a. m. and 5; JO p. m. Amve at Salt Lake City 10 a,m. and 7 JO p.b I In addition to the above i WLU ran DAttY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED I Lsavlsi Bait Lake City at 5.30 p.nu !and Olden at 5a.m. aaaniXra will pleaao Parihui their Tleketa at the Office. Fifty Cints additional will be ehareed when the Care Li oeliocted on the train. 101 al) information oonoerntnc frelaht or ruist apply to ftT. II. DAVIS, Qanerai Jrelaht and Tloket A't JOES SHAEP, roriamTMDiNi UTAH NORTHERN Trains are now Kunning Daily, BRIGHAM JUNCTIONwith C. P. R. R. HAMPTON'S for MONTANA. Dis-' GOING SOUTiT 1 a.m. Ip.ii. Faro J Dis- GOING NORTH a. u. p. mJ 'pare. Leavo Hampton's at 4:00 1UH 8 iLoavo lSrigliuui at S;15 7:15 7i " Dowoyvillo" 4:35 1:20 j 00 I 4,vj " Box Elder S:30 7:30 J 25 ll " Ilonoyvillo " 4:50 1:35, 75 " Calls Fort " 0:00 8:00 j 00 13 " Calls Fort " 5:00 1:45 TO I llj " Uonoyville" 0:10 S:10 ! 75 30' " BoxEIdor " i 5:00 2:lo ; 18j " Dowoyvillo" J:3 8:25! 100 25 Arrive at Brighnm J 5:45 2:00 j 1.50 j 25 j Arrive nt Hampton's 10:00 0:00 J 1 50 SPKCIAL RATES TO EXCURSION PARTIES. Passencors will please purchase tlieir tickets at the Company's Ofrioep, or 50 cents additional will be charged when tho Fare is coll- cted 00 tho train. Arrangements have been made with tho Central Paoifio and Utah Central Railroad Companies whereby patenters can purchase Tickuts at tho U. C. Offico in Salt Lake City or O. P. Office at Ogden fnr Bos Elder or Himpton's on the U. N. R. R., and from Hampton's or Bos Elder to Oijden or Salt Lake City at greatly reduced rates. Through. Connection as follows : GOING SOUTH A.M. P. M. GOING NOKT1I. A. M.p. M. Leave Hampton'8 at 4:00 l2;4o Loavo Salt Lake, City, UCKU., at 5:00 2:45 Arrive at Brigham, U. N.R. R, 5:45 2:30 Arrive nt Ogdon, 7:00 4:15 Loavo Brigharn. C. P. R. H. at 6:10 2:30 Leave Ogdon, C. P. H. II., at 7:15 6:00 Arrivo nt Ogdon, C. P. R. B. 7:00 3:50 Arrivo at Brigham, " " 8:15 7:00 Loavo Ogdon, U. C. R. R, - 8:00 5:30 Loavo Brigham, TJ. N. R. It., at 8:15 7:15 Arrivo at Salt Lake Citv 10:00 7:30 Arrivn .i Unmninn. ' in -nil ii:i THE TLME TABLES ARE CALCULATED ON SALT LA ICE TIME. FARES, Hampton's to Ocdon 2 50 I Salt Lako City to Box Eldor ,83 25 to Salt La ko City, 4 ."iO " '" " Hampton's 4 50 Box Eldor to " " 3 25 I Ogdon to Hampton's 2 50 " to Ogdon, 1 25 I " " Box Eldor 1 25 II. G. Miller & Co's Express leaves Hampton's every morning for Logan on arrival of the 10 a.m. train, and tri-wcckly, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, for principal settlements in Cacho county, returnicg daily from Logan to connect with the 12:45 p.m. train, and Howe's Express every Tuesday Tues-day morning from Franklin to Soda Springs, returning therefrom every Friday Fri-day morning. jl8 JOHN W. YOUNG, Gen'l Supt. a b e naiu a mm RBTAIL. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, October 2nd? 1872- Grand Pall and Winter O E 23" H Car Seasonable and Fashionable Shawls, Cloaks, Sacques, and oihei desirable WRAPS. - FOIL LINE OF COLLARS, GUFFS 4 LACE GOODS. SHOE DEPARTMENT WILL BE FULLY STOCKED, For more oompleto enumeration ace our description circulars to bo issued in a lew days. 29 H. B. CLAWSON, Superintendent. DUNFORD&SONS. MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE AND HAT STORE. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Orders Solicited from Town uud Country, untl promptly mid carefully niled at tlie very smallest possible margin over cost. lu!7 MANUFACTURERS OF THE MFKOVED BiiUEE ORGANS' AND TVJE B3LODEO TXT 53 . Every InslmmEnt FULLY WARRANTED for FIVE YEAES. Upward of 26,000 now in use. CATALOGUES sent FREE to an7 address upon application. ALSO IMPOKXEliS AND DEALEKS IN PIANOS ana ALL KINDS of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. JULIUS 33A.UETI & CO., 650 Broadway, 390, 392, 394 & 396 Wabash Ave. NEW YORK. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. J. DAYNES & SON Agents for Utah, 1st South St., jyl9 :TVODOOH3 EAST Or QODBE'S DRUG STOKE. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, Pure Bread ! Pure Candy! rpHE ESTATE CHARD GOLIQETLY J. bog to inform i e Public, that ta7 still carry on the businosj of Bakers and Confectioners, At the old aUad of Tlio "aLOBH," EAST TEMPLE STREET, Adjoining tho Co-operative Grocery Department, Depart-ment, whero can bo found verythinf in their lino of bai iness.and they hope, by etnot aitontion to the wants of ibeir cue to men, to continue their patronage and support. Pure Home-matte Cundlea a Hpcclaltr ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH. 16 DUTY OFF TEAS JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE STOCK OF BEST BRAND OF GUNPOWDER AND Japan Teas AT REDUCED DUTY. Our TEAS for quality aro proverbial. proverbi-al. Wo uinko it our special study, so that tho publio can always depend on quality and prices. G.W.DAVIS. JOB PRINTING! The varied wants of the MINER, ARTlZAtV and TRAVELER l'ult JOB PRINTING C A N H K KILL K AT T11U HERALD JOB OFFICE. RAILROADS. G. P. H. R. ON AND AFTER SKPTEM RFR IGUi, 1S7. TRAIN'. WILL LEAVE OUOEX DAILY AS FOLLOWS FOL-LOWS I Overland I'acnuer Train for Toano, t'arlin, Winmnimcca, WaiUivurth, rjliuno, Marys villo, Redtiinn l tor Uri'ton), Sacramento, S took tun, Latbrup, M erred ir Yw'omilel, 1 Tti'tun (for Los Angeles), 6mx Josa and SiiaL' ran ciseo, - r.11. Overland Freight and Accommodation Accommoda-tion Train Iur San 1'raneiseo, - - 5.25 p.a. A.N. TOWNK, T. II- GOODMAN. Uon l Sup't Uon. 'as. and Ticket A sent. GEO. H. HICK, Aut-M, Salt Lako Citv, Oiliro with Marshall Jc Cartor, Over W. I. A Co's Kank. taj UKIOK pacific RAILROAD TIME TABLE. UNTIL further notice, Trains will letivc and arrivo at Ugdon Daily, aa follows: Ilkuvs. I Arrive. Daily EprcfB,S-o0 a.m. Daily Exp'a.5-10 p.m. Mixrd. - ti-.-t i.m. Mixed. - 2 35 p.m. Freight. - W-'iJ a-w. I Freight, - 6-lUa.m. Daily connections rondo nt Ogdon with Utah Central Pacific Kuud Irom alt Lake city and all points in Southern South-ern Utah. At Bryan with stages for Sweetwater mines. At Cheyenne with Denvoi Vacific Kailroad lor Donvor, Coniral city, tioorgctown and all points in Colorado and New Mexico. At Omaha with Chicago and North Western, Chicago, KoJk Island and Tactile, Burlington and Missouri Kivor, Kansas city-dL Joe and Council B lulls Railroads and Missouri Kivor Line of StoauiiTB for all points East and South Tickets for sale to all points East at office of Wells, Kargo & Co., East Temple Tem-ple street, and at the ottico of Utah Con-tral Con-tral Railroad, in Salt Lake city; also at Union .faeilio Railroad ticket office in Ogdon, at which ollico bertha on sleeping sleep-ing cars can be Bocured. Arrangements have been made whoro by pasacngors desiring to visit Denver on their way East can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and return at greatly reduced" ratos. Jj"or particulars and all information in -regard 10 passage, apply ut Ticket Offices. Of-fices. Passengers should bo careful to secure their pas&ugo tickets to all Eastern and Southern points eta 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 AgenL T. E. Sickkls, Chf. Engineer and Superintendent. J8 TIME TABLE. BDliLIKGTON ROUTE. TO THE EAST, NORTH AND SOUTHEAST, No. 3. STATIONS. MAIL. Loavo SALT LAKE 5; 00a.m. 2:15 p.m, " OMAHA 6:30 p.m. 5:30 a.m. Arrive BURLINGTON 5:00 a.m. 8:i0p.m. "Ga4obure(C.B.4Q.) 7:00 a,m- 10:50 p.m. ' Menaot " 11:15 a.m. 33 a,m. " Chioago ' 3:15 p.m. 7.-00a.m. " Peoria - - 9:00 a.m. 120 a.m. " Ind'plisd.B.JfeW. 6:15p.a. fi;25ajn, " Cincinnati - - UO p.m. ii 15p.m. " Legansport 555 p.m- 9:20a.m. T. P. k W.) Colnmbna 2:45a.m. 5:30p.m. CJTh rough Oars from Missouri River to Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati. Logani-portand Logani-portand Columbus. Connections at those points with lines leading to the East, North and South. This i! the Beat, Shortest, (iulokeat tad Cheapest Route. D not be deceived, bat obtain Tickets Tia the Burlington A Missouri River Railroad. A. B. TOUZALIN, 0. X. PERKINS: QenT Pasa:Aient. QenlSnt f M 1 PI J31fcuj w SB iirS ' .V-R 10,000 PEBSONS "W -ANTED TO BUY THE IMMENSE STOCK OF American & Foreign Watches Compriinir Race and Stop Watches, Split Second Watches. Ropeators, Pookot L'hrunam-ctors, L'hrunam-ctors, Aslrunotuical "atehos, Ludius Diamond Wmclios, Stem-Winders and other Watches, both iu gold and silver, in great variety; also A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK THE MOflT FASHIONABLE JEWELRY OF THE BEST QUALITY, RS" Tho public may bo assured that tho Roods ore offered (or sale at tho most inducing lrieos. Come and satisfy yourselves, and be sure wo will bo glad to see you. auglT JUST RECEIVED Express Wagons, Hobby Horses, &c, &c, &c. A FIXE STOCK OF CIGAR.S TO BE CLOSED OUT AT "W3HT OLES .A. J-t E OKliVTUEBOX AT COST- TEA, SUGAR, COFFEE, SI'ICliS & GUOCEltS SL'XDKIES KEl'T CONSTANTLY ON HAND. BREAD, CAKES, PIES and CRACKERS BAKED ONTIIE l'HEMISES EVERY DAY AND SOLD ItEASOXAIILY BY Daniel, Guk.mg, E.lSt SIDE EAST TEMl'LE 1STUEETJ Abov. Sccnd S"th Strot. SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. LindenbBrger & Burke. COMMISSION ISPORTIELt MERCHANTS, SOLE AGENTS ov Tin: Willamette Woolen Miils of Salem, Oregon, Xos. as A. 30 SAXSOMK STREET, SAX FKAM'IM'U) CAL. Blankets, Flannels, Cassimcrcs, ItKUl'CCD PRIC E I.IHT. M'otiro now prepared to fiirni.'h to the trndo at greatly roifucfd irieos all tho goodi made 1 by tho illainotto Mills, of Salem, Oregon. Blankets, all grades and colors; Flannels, all colors, red. white, groy ; CiusiiLueros, all grades aud stylos; Heavy W'aieriiroois; Heavy rud, n bito and sroy TJ. S. Jfc Drawers; Toams tors' heavy I'laidFlaunol UverahirU; Teamsters' heavy grey i'lannol Ovcrshirts; CiVisimoro Uvcrslurs, etc, otc-, etc. 1V5 Urdurs lur all kiniLi of Goudi solicit od, For sale at Loiv Kales by LlMiFMU.iUibiK A BURKE, Nos, 2b and M Sausouo Street, oli San Fkaxcisco, CaL. PARSER, WATTSON & CO. (Soocessors to Well A Co..) Importer! and Manufacturers of TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 221, 223 and 225 Front at., oor. Sacramento, a5 SAN VUAKCLSCO, CAL, E.A.FARGO&CO., Importers and Jobber of Brandies.' Wines and Lips, 310 front 8u, eor. Commercial, D. B. nt. 25 SAN FRANCISCO J. BACK, c, rf BE BT I , K.iuatxa. ) San PrancUco. yoft J. BAUM & CO.. Importers and Manafactoreri of . MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING. 9a Imiiodk Ht., San Francisco. No 18 WarrehSt., New York. ft Established in 1851. C. VENARD, Mannfaoturer of the Original Chartres Coffee, And all kinds 0 Spices and California Mustard, 625 fend 627 Front Street, between Jaokson and Pacific. SAN FRACIaCO. a5 HECHT, BRO'3 & Co. BOOTS, SHOES & LEATHER 104 Jt 106 San&ome St., San Francisco And fl A Pearl Street, Bcetcr B UCKlf O IT 4 f UECTIT, HanufactDran of the "UTU ODAtlTT" CAUFORNIA BOOTS All SHOES. aU A. J. GRIFFITH, Dealer In frfcgffijt aU kinds of PICK TililD ab SMOMJEU3 SALMON AND HERRINGS, IBS Waiblntoa 8trt. All kinds of Dried, Smoked and Plokled Flab oonstanuj on band. )4 LAZARD FRERE8, Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domes Do-mes tie Fancy and Staple DRY QOODS. Depot of Ooods Manufactured at th Mission and Pacific MUls, GonsolidaUd, 49 7 Blarbet St., San Pra njl Paris : 23 Rue De L'fiohiqu 8. L. Stanley, a O, Chapman, John Spraance, Spruanee, Stanley & Co., Suooeesors to H. Webster & Co. aud J. Jt J. Spraanoe, Importers and Dealers in WINES AND LIQUORS, alO 410 FROXT STREET, E. MART1TJ &CO. fnolesale Lipr Dealers, Oi Vromt Street, Sam Vruaclac. Proprietors of KILLER'S KiSTOA OLD BOURBOI And sole agents fcr . f, CUTTER'S EXTRA OLD BOURBON WHISKIES Constantly on hand, a full -assortment of all the ard Bra-nda of Whiskies, Fine Sramdl. Foreign sad Domestic. Wines, mfi Bitters. Cordials, Special Notice, CARD TO THE TRADE. THE Ission & Pacific Woolen Mills, Depot, Nos. 517 A OlO Slarket St., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL OfTer to tho trade a Ltrge and Well-selected Assortment of Woolen Goods, Manafaotured ac thoir celebrated Mills, Consisting of BLANKETS ef every description; BORBK BLANKKTS and BUGGY HOHES; HORSE and SLUICE Blanketings, various widths and Qualities; CLOTHS, CASSIMERKS and TWEKDS of every description: OENTS. LADIES', illSSKS' and CHILDREN'S SHAWLS in great varioty ; OFEitA and FANCY FLANNELS ; SUIRTING VI.ANN'ELS i TWKKll. f!Airtcuv and FLANNEL SHIRTS and UNDERWEAR, WATER PROOFS and RE-PELLANTS, RE-PELLANTS, various ?hidos and styles. Kmr All-Wool and. Merino Usukrwkar and 11 os 1 Eii y for uion, women and children, ks-hkl ks-hkl uli-y adapted for tho l'acitio Cuasu Woolen Yarn in all shades by the package. All Ooods in our lino manufactured "ro ORDr.a" at short notice, and at tho lowkut market prices. Price Lists son ton application. MISSION and PACIFIC WOOLEN MILLS Depot, Xos. 517 A 310 .Market St., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. au?7 C. fl. BASSETT, HARDWARE STORE All kind, of heavy hardware, Bron nnl &teel, Stoves and Tin Ware BLACKSMITH TUOI.S As;rleMltral Implemtnr Ad BlalMK Tools, At Lowest Hates, OPPOSITE SALT LAKI UOVS MBBBBBSSiSBSiSBMSSSBSBBBBSSSSSSBSSBSSSBMSSSSBBBeSSSBSSSSSBSSBPSSSSSSSSlBBBBS Sewing1 Machine. yyE rcspootMly invito tho l'ub'.io to ell aad sou our ciccllont varioiv ol Sewing Machines, IN Plain,Beauliful and Elaborate Styles of Workmanship AND GREATLY IMPROVED WITH THE FANTON G -A. S T O The Total Sala of the SINGER MACHINE are now THREE QUARTERS OF A MILLION. THE SALES OF LAST YEAH, 2. 8 2. , 2 "0 An .Tidwio. that it U fart winning auproin, Usui in Lho boiuohwld, Tho SlNOta Uompaoy W uvor tho other Compil es, il,TI4. t&- The Chicago Relief Couimittco furuUUod sud'orors br Ihe Fire to Maroh 18, 1872, 3,944; 3.151 llljer .H.lclliUPS, all other makes, 7?i Appiicauta made their selection, with sumo diaeouul oo all. ODB BALES IN UTAH EXCEED ASK uTHKR UUU3E IN THE BEWINQ MACHINE LINE m.S SIDE OK CUitlA'JO. We coortoously invite tho Ladies to see oar Bra broidery .ttaotiraont, It attracts general attention and admiration. We alrio desira you to see our TUCKERS, CORDER3. RUFFLERS, BIDDERS, QUILTERS, HEMMERS, TRIMMERS, PLEATERS, SSLF-B ASTERS, SEAM-RIPPERS. NEEDLE-SETTERS. NEEDLE-SETTERS. SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF SULTILK SEWING MACHINEi WE GUARANTEE EVERY MACHINE WE SELL TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFAC tion, as each on. is thoroughly adjusted, triod and tested by oxr.orioacod Mechanics and all ara warraetod to sow with easo all kinds of goods, from the coarsest to the finest. Lace, Musliji, Cambric, Uoiueatic, Deniul, TickiiiSy Jucjaln?, Beaver, Buckskin and Leather. t& InstructioD given free of oharge by oompetent attendants, and terms ef sale to suit all circumstances. OTHER SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED ON REASON REA-SON ABLE TER M S. We extend a cordial invitation to all to COME AND SEE OUR MACHINES Whether they wish to purchase or not. AT THE SINGER SEWING MICMM DEPARTMENT Z C. Mi I. General Agents Two doors south of Eagle Emporium, Salt Lack Cnr. GROCERY DEP'I, Z. O. I. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- Groceries, Hardware, PloWSj Stoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware, Miners' Supplies. We do not throw out any Baits by Advertizing a few Leading Articles at Low Prices. OUR GOODS A.3riE dJrEA.T' DEALERS IN THK SETTLEMENTS AND MINING TOWNS WILL FLND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO CALL AND ENQUIRE VKICES BEFORE PURCHASING. Bj-I H. S. CLAW OH, BuprtMta(ts. EVER BROUGHT TO UTAH. tlAVING JUST RETURNED FROM TUE K.VSTERN STATES. where I Bolootod with (treat oaro and a knowledge of tho rcauirenieou ' this rofrion, an immense Stock of F'urnituro, 1 am now precared to offer nnusoil tnduoemonU to purchasers in the following articles : BEDROOM SETS IN GREAT VARIETY, 1HBI.OR SETS LAW PATENT RED-LOUNGES, TURKISH SPRING-BACK CHAIRS. SIDEBOARDS, BUREAUS, HAIR, PULU and SPRING MATI'R ESSES PATENT BED-SPRINGS. Tha bast Stock .Tar InUodaced la thu market. I ao, alto prepared to SHADES, VALANCES, DRAPERIES, and to LAX CARPETS AT TEN CENTS PER YARD. I hart a eemplete Una of OJArS RM'JS. TERRY-CLOTHS ItNOCATELLES Which I will sell in quantities e suit rurohaier. It Call and examine my Slock liofore purchasing H clsowliorc. J. 31. JOELSON. Groeabcek'i Buiidios Main Strca jil.