RAILROADS. iOiii RAILROAD. Trains run between lJrigham Junction with C.P.R.R., TE R MINUS, SIX MILES FROM LOGAN. Leave Brishara Station, (on arrival of C. 1 Train.) at S:U) a-Ul Arrive n: Terminus 11 2 l.ca.-e-Termimnat 1 Arrive at Hruh.nn at .... l-:'rd to connect iib trains fur Usdon ana ban Lake. er Stusos connect with Trains to and from Lo-an daily, and with .Northern SettlouienU .Cache County TRi-wEKki.v. Trains Runon Salt Lake Time. FARES Between Salt Lako and Terminal $" ' " Osden - " a W Kcduced Rates to Excursion Parties, Passengers will please purchase their Tickets at the Offices. For all information concerning Freight or ravage, arily to CHAS. NIBLKY, CSoneral Freight and Ticket Agent. jno. w, yoncj, dll tlen'l tiup'L G. P. R. H.. ON AND AFTKIt SEPTEMBER I6th, lSli, TRAINA WILL LEAVE OGDEN DAILY AS FOLLOWS FOL-LOWS I Overland Possetuer Train forToano, Carlin, VinnQuiucca.Wadaworth, 3 Reno, MarysviUe, Rodding (for I; Oregon), Sacramento, t-toekton, Latnrop, Merced (for Yoseinito), i Tifton (for Los Angeles), i3an Jodo . and Saa Francisco, - 6-20 f. it. Or er land Freight and Accoramoda-lion Accoramoda-lion Train lor San Franc iico, - - 5.25 p.m. A. N. TOWNS. T. U. GOODMAN. .Uan'l Sup't Gen. I'ass. and Ticket Agent. GEO. II. RICE, Agest, Salt Lake City, Offico with Marshall & Carter, Over W. F. Jk Co's Bank. a UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TIMB TABLE. UNTIL further notice. Trains will leave and arrive at Ogden Daily, as follows: LKin. I Arriti. Daily EprMs.S-3na.ru. Daily Exp's.MO p.m. Mixod, - p.m. Mixed. - 2 3d p.m. freight. 10-3J a.m. Freight, - 6-10 a. m. Daily connections made at Ogden with Ltah Central Pacifie Koad irom Salt Lake city and all points in Southern South-ern Utah. At Bryan with stages for Sweetwater mines. At Cheyenno with Denver Pacific Kailroad for Denver, Central city, GeorRetown and all points in Colorado and Now Aloxico. At Omaha with Chicago and North "Western, Chicago, Kock Island and Vacirie, Burlington and Missouri River, Kansas city. St. Joe and Council Bluil's Kailroads and Missouri River Line of Steamers for all points East and South Tickets for sale to all points East at office of Wells, Fargo & Co., East Tem- pie street, and at the office of Utah 'Cen tra 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 haye been made where-. where-. by passengers desiring to visit Denver on their way Eait can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and return at greatly reduced rates. For particulars and all information in regard to passage, apply at Ticket Offices. Of-fices. Passengers should be careful to secure their passage tickets to all Eastern and Southern points via OilAHA, and thus avail themselves of the advantages of & through sleeping car, comfortable accommodations ac-commodations and quick time. TUOS. L. KIMBALL, m General Ticket Agent. T. E. Sickkls, Chf. Engineer and Superintendent. THE CHICAGO ft NORTHWESTERN NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Is the PIONEER ROUTE between OMAHA and CHICAGO, completed four years ago, since which time the Company have spared neither pains no r expense in perfecting iu road bed and track and equipping it with rolling tock.of the most modern improvements-this, improvements-this, together with the fact of its being the Shortest Line, oilers to the Traveling Travel-ing Public a route unsurpassed in this country for spoed, comfort, safety and euro connections. PARTICULAR CAUTION should be taken by passengers in selecting their route, and not be deceived by fal4 advertisements and representations by interested parties of competing linos in regard to time, distances, rates, etc, inis popular route requires no Ise statements, relying on its true merits it needs only to bo known by the travel-ng travel-ng public to be appreciated. TIMJi: San Francisco to Omaha, four days id seven hours. Via Chicago and North Western ailway, Omaha Lo Chicago, twenty-fa twenty-fa ree hours. i . Omaha tc New York, sixty hours. Omaha to Boston, sixty-four hours. Pullman- "alace, Hotel, and Sleeping Sleep-ing Car Are run on all through traini from Omaha to Chicago. How to Securo Sleeping Berths Be-foro Be-foro Reaching Omaha: Passengers desirous of securing Sleeping Sleep-ing Berlbs, Sections or State Rooms in tho biceping Car from Omaha East, can do so by telegraphing from any of the stations on the Union Pacific Railroad, to V. A. Carpenter, Goneral Agent, C. & H. W. Railway, Omaha, stating what they want. This is all they need to do until ihvy reath thy C. & N. W. Railway Rail-way Depot on tho east side of tho .Missouri .Mis-souri River, then go to the Sleeping Car Conductor, give him their names as per telegram, and they will find that he has their berths reserved lor them. Passengers going East will consult their own in teres t by securing Through CiUAUO & NOK1H Vi EblhRN RAILWAY, which can bo procured at all principal ticket offices in California and the West, and at railroad offices to San Francisco, Salt Laky City, Ogden, Omaha and Council B lulls. JNO. C. GAULT, Ui-uerai Ticket. Agont, Chic.gs. nesTorIaTe. T VK. P.U-LOHEUOKYo-Mftur mc.II.m 1 HV:-J "J wii.r plentiful on .11 ot .im . lhoiuii:oj,,ricb. tiros runcm, ( iriu ojlt ut Ui.jiu, m .j,nK -miuitny. ;i0 , cr-.ico itiobuwy led. ,. Iw.cljr-OTM fcet T . '' f na 5'" nrtoa. . r'ln 'nA rlU "".ft 11 UDO VI all. T.'. , ' LMh MM. , 1 i '"" , i"J " d IW iuld, lf.,i. u,. i,i,u .,1,.UUI,1 . ,J L, r' ; '-". w...,,-h c,,;,-. 1 ki ,ri ,"ch clji," n but lilll. I i-" '", I iw. io .,. ... I ..''AIT. 'IUE'IOIiY. M !). I i TRAVEL. utaFsouthern RAILROAD. Ai Sir i-'w '' Mg-w Zad On and fler Svtmbr "3d. 1B7! MIXED TRAINS WILL iEtTJUSr DAILY. " Goiug SoutU. Lcavo tho 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.ru. and 4.30 p.m. Going N'ortlL. Lcavo Lehi at 9.30 a.m. and 4.50 p.m.; Sandy at 10.50 .mi and 6.10 p.m; arrive at Salt Lake City at J 1.40 a.m, and 7 p.m. JrTAKEJS : Bait Lake to Cottonwood Station. SOoU " " Sandy ' 11.00 " " Draper " 1.25 " " Point " " 1.75 ' ' Lehi " ' IS Passengers will pleas purohaso tiokets at the olhoo. JAS. S1IAK1, Gen. Freight and Tioket AieaL FKRAJHORZ LIT TLB BOPiaiNTBNDNT. UTAH CENTRAL IlAlLIlOAn. PinMFFH I INF nF UTAH. Oh amd attar Modyt July IT, 1 171 Iaiij Trains Leave Salt Lake City at 5 a-m. and 2:45 p.s , Arrive at Ogden 7 a. m, and 4:45 p. m. I Leave Oedon at 3 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Arrive at tjalt Lakt Citj 10 a.m. and 7: p.m I In addition to the above WIU rnn I DAILY , SUNDAYS EXCEPTED Leavioi Salt Lake City at 5.30 p.m and Osden at 5a.m. will pUut Pare baa their TUketa at the Offices. lifty Cents additional win be charged wheo the fare isoelleoted on tho tra.D. Toi all lnfonnatfon concerning freight or passage, apply to JAS. SHARP, General Jreuht and Tioket Ac't JOHK SHAEP, GILMER & SALISBURY'S DAILY STAGE LINES THROUGH Utah, South - east Nevada & Mow-tana, Mow-tana, Leaving Salt Lake City D1II7, jmn-nlng jmn-nlng South to Tontic, Amenean Fork, Mount Nebo, Sevier, St. Gooree, Utah ; and Pioche, Nevada ; Ptialiil tbrovfh Provo, Springville, Spanish Fork.Pay-eon. Fork.Pay-eon. Salt Creek, Cnioken Creek, Ronnd Valley, Filimoro,Coni Creek, Bea7er, Miners- . ville, and AU the principal towns and mining campt intouthern Utah and $mtth-tatt Nevada, Aleo leare Corlnne, Utah, dallwt ranalng aerth to Virginia City, Helena, Fort Benten, Deer Lodge, Gedar Creek mines, and passing through all the principal towns and mining min-ing oamps in Montana. Mon-tana. principal orricE, Wells, Fvgo & Co. Building inn! Salt Lftke City Leo Wlcra. H. P. Kimball SALT LAKE, opiim Ami Tintic Stage and Express LINE, RUMmno daily raoat balv lake city, Tia lake towi, TOOELE CITr, STOCKTON AID OPfllR TO TINTIO The roate hu beeo re-itooked witn iplen- dld Concord Coaohw. fine Stocjt. onioful and tteatiTe Drlrer. and erery attention ii paid to the comfort an t oon venieaoo of pauea-gen. pauea-gen. Good a cc ommodation on the road. TfiltOtian BY DAYLIGHT. Cheap Fare and Quick Time. OMe at Welle, Fargo A Co.'e, alt Lake City, WLNE3 & KIMBALL, apli Proprietor!. BUM BOOKS, ST1TI0XERV, SETO'B lUCBISES. Calder Careless, (LATE CALDER Sc SEARS.) ,,fii R & fiARa nd other leading makers, and rcspcctiully invito our Patrons and tho Pablio to call and oxamioo our stock of tho above named instruments. Wo are also General Agents for the MASON & HAMLIN world-renowned CABINET ORGANS, organs lor this olimato; and have also the WOODS ESTEY SMITH and other ORGANS in stock. ' t Wo have tho Largest Stock west of Chicago of Musical Merchandise, INSTRUMEOTSHEETMUSIO, jJI'JJ'and everything MUSI GAL INSTRUMENTS. Our Stook consists in part of sSssr-- fimnsk, s?Aui -' w8- wiskzZkL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. u.lc, m.trnctlou Book, for .11 Iiuituuimul Btc., K2." it" BOOKS STATIONERY. Our Stock coBBliti in part of .. BookJi aUuuiUMaad weighuof PAPJBHJS. "IV.' ll!"r;c"P Bill, leiral, Flt C.p, Folio Po.t, FrtU ,.. i-i.i.t TU.Ii. l.pcr,lloolop., l)r,vls P.p.r, Dr.wlng Book. ' " SCHOOL FUBNI8IIIKOIJ or EVEBT DESCRIPTION. SUNDAY SCHOOL PRESENTS. H.'AV-f !rIw"1 xk of Cui, id Book! from Ih. Ur. PnbUikin. Home of 1. i olson 4 ions, which w. aln u their re.-uUr H'lwlMal. iid J.uil rn . L. PRANC & CO'S PUBLICATIONS. ftSj."for fX,fAff"''' V"h' f feir nsnic.nt Crd, .nd nSo, THE WILSON SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. We respectfull? invite the Publio to call and csamino our Sewing Machines betoro purchasing elsewhere, which we claim to bo tho best, oheapest, and most durable in the market We guarantee every Machine we sell to give entire satisfaction. All aro warranted to sow, with perfect easo, Bcavor, 1fSnff,' 1)5li. Denims, Domestic, Cambric, Linen, Muslin, Lace, io., and WU1 luck, Hem, 1 ell. Braid, Bind, Cord, Gather, in fact will do all kinds of work. A Ive lean guarantee given with each machine. Instructions free by an expert on trie premises. B Cold Weather Strips TO SAVE FUEL HAVE YOUR mows id doors mm wbither-proof BLACK WALNUT AND RUBBER STRIPS, A n.w lnTcntlon, both I's.ful and Orn.mrut.T. Manufactured Especially for us, tho Finont Assortment of WINDOW SHADES Evor Brought to tWs City. THOSE HEMP AND ECONOMICAL COTTAGE CARPETS Have Arrived7 We shall alwajB have our order ahead so as not to be out of theso desirable good-. Connoisseurs in Pieturos aro invited to see our BEAUTIFUL CUROMOS m29 Hi B. CLAWSON, Superintendent J" xiIxtjls Bauer eft? Co., MANUFACTURERS OF THE LMPROVED BAUER ORGANS AND IVI ELiODEO 2VT SJ . Every" Inslmrat FULLY WARRANTED for FITE YEARS, Upward of 26,000 now in use. CATALOGUES sent FREE any addrosa upon application. ALSO IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PIANOS as ALL KINDS of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. jtt:lius iYiiim & co, 650 Broadway, 390, 392, 394 & 396 Wabash Ave .NvJr0RK- CHI"G0, ILLINOIS J. DAYNES & SON Agents for Utah, 1st South St., Jyi9 two uooKa ".a.st or godbks uhuq btoke. z. c. M. I. SHOE FACTORY 'DEPARTMENT, 99 East Temple Street, SIUN OF THE gia -j opt GENTS' BOOTS, LADIES' BOOTS, CHILDREN'S BOOTS, GENTS' SHOES, LADIES' SHOES,' CHILDREN'S SHOES, GENTS' 8LIPPERS, LADIES' SUFFERS, CHILDREN'S SUFFERS, For lino weather or stormy wcalhor; for walking, walk-ing, dancini wurkinc, si-Akhi.iu, climbing, riding, foiling, luinintf, etc., eic A Unto and choice aJiortuiont of tho a bo re, our own lnnJto and iuifortod, at the id oat roa-onabl roa-onabl price. W e make to order any ityle and quality dealred and Insure fat faction. OLD 3300TS AND SHOES M.d. as good is now almost. SELLING OFF OUR OLD STOCK BELOW COST! Sole Leather I Upper Leather 1 Harness Leather I Imported Calf Skins, Amcrioan Calf Skins, Morocco and Kid Skins, Shoe Findings, "KIT" OF ALL KIND8.I HOUSE" COLLAHS ! llorso Collars ! ! HORSE COLLARS!!! ALL AT LOWEST PRICES, Wholesale nnd Retail ! Or.l.r. ly M.ll r.rclre apcol.l .! Iiroiopt ntt.ntioii, HIDES AND WOOL BOUGHT. ML B. CLAWSON, 8ut't, TOYS ! TOYS ! The Largest and Uest Variety IKver brought to Salt Lsko City ii tu bo found at WIULIAM SHIRES' a mj msz ,1 East Tomplo Street, On door north of Campbell & Patterson's Book Storo. WHOLESALE AND It ETA Hi. novfl DUWFOJRDESOWS. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S AT COST! DURING THE HOLIDAYS, . Large Assortment. Now is your time! miT GROCERY DEP'1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Groceries, Hardware, . . Plows, iMoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware, Miners Supplies. do cot throw out any Baits by Advertizing a few Leading Articles at Low Prices, OTJIR. QOOD8 ARE OHEAP: DEALERS IH THE SETTLEMENTS AND MINING TOWNB WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO CALL AND ENQUIRE PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. n3! n, ij. clawso Hum ..a.. AHEAD. OF TIE BLDCIADE1 HOLIDAY NOTICE. II. WALLACE, Pint South Street, Hu th best !nI most complet stock of TOY CANDIES, ALSO, Plain and Fancy Candlei, Corn Balli, Prize Candy and Chewing Oim, 6T offered to the pecple of this city. H. WALLACE, CONFECTIONER, 8.11 L.k City. Mince Pies Fresh every Day. nil H. PLAT SCOTT, T. T. OV1NCTOI.. W. H. gVl.lGTOK, 3. OVLSGI05. Scott & Ovington Bro's, Importers, Who!e?!o and Retail Dealer in CRQCKEKY. CSIIi GLASS, PARIAN, BRONZE, I'LATED YARE, LAMl'S, CUTLERY, So. C19 West Madison St., ChicnRO. IU. Wedding and Holiday Ulfta. (ilaaa and China Made to Order. QVIXUTON BROTHERS, C4fi.CiS,i'0 i 3a Fulton Street. Brooklyn, S. Y. Rue Do Paxadis &i, Taxis. South Pido ttffiee with Samples for Whnlo-sale Whnlo-sale UdIj' IW Madison Street. Corner filth Avemio Kooms II. 11. SAVAliE, aMaouBor. no-i MUSIC ! MUSIC ! THE LARliliiT STOCK Or' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Eior imported to the city nt ono time. All to bo sold at loss than half of former prices. Violins 81; (rood fpialitr ?V0 ; Ton-kcvoil AccordiftD $2,.jU : bwt Iiukp i;.p. One-flor. 6-"' ; lurjj siio Concertinas Ort:nn, or Coltv-le. &.-'); (uitarj, kooiI nuality, pntent lioad, !T; Rinnan, or Ititlifin SLrintrs, boat uiado. lour IcuKtti. six lor 91. MUSIC BOXES $5,00. PIUNCE & CO'S Organs, Acknowledged in tha Ka.-t. and by our Musi- i class, to bo tht best made at tho prejent dalo. T I OIMJANS, Une-itop Tremoln and Knee Nwcli t73.UU OIKJAWN, with mi-.toit Hi linn.l- ome emu ItfO.UO And everything eho, fr-'ia n HAHMONIA tou I'lAfiU, at corresponding pricea. Clil thl ftilverl'.-einent nut.lirinc It with rou, and eoo if no ell ut tho above nW w. J. DAYNES & SON, dS 'idoori owlof Ufldbo'i Uruabtuia, LUMBERYARD. All Kinds or Lumber DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS, MOULDINGS. SHINGLES, LATHS, T. R. JONES Ralf-hlook atlj af U. C. Deoot. FAB . WEST FREIGHT C0; Head Quartrri, St. Louli, Ho, DuitANT &CUTTIATG, FORWARDIIVU commission MHcnim AGENTS ALT LAKK C1TV, UTAH. WE are rrepared te contract for ihip-. ihip-. menu trom all prw of the Kast, our L,ino Uai-inK mode iociai arranjreaienu for toe sale and Moe,Iy transportation of all frelgot trom flw iork, Boston. Baltimore, SalTLake'oii011" "ld " BMlorn CiliM- t0 Weareofforini extra indnoementa for the olpmentof Oro and Bullion to all Kajtaro poirita. OrTtoi an WiMHorBE: Flret block south of Depot, Halt Laki City. IU RAX TP A CUTTING- MINERS' MEETINgT T11E,-,,AXv l'At' rnt:NTRAL MEtTINll 1,. 1,"m '"nMs',''"i'r thf'l'a''i Bl ict. lo liold vn baiur,ly. Idvembor nib, W J Silver HUM. nil district, lor Uio iiuriio.". l ki.-unc ii Imiw for (bo rasuiw sr. nJllio transition ol general district busl- -i' .- V ; "'TnEHI.AND. KocorJcr. bilvcr City, .limb Ccuntv, L tah licccmbor d-, TRIUNE BAKERY Cracker Manufactory, Uoor helnw Walker llouir,! Main Street, Knit JLokc City. IVo ha o now received our CRACKER MACHINE With nil (lie Intent Inii'mvementa. nnd are nakinp FIFTY 1'lFt lKKNT KIM'S Of . KACKKKS. GALLACHER & SONS. " Send lor I'rte. 1M. a Adilrwl'. O. R.-sDH, DIVORCES. A IISIH.CTB MVl)RCKS LEiiAl.l.Y HU- r.rn-!ult".o'1ic"i"!'ii',uri.-' ii llieienl t'luin': no pul'l ii-it v i j't'i'iri' l 'ti ' ' ':n T:r " ,: ' ! JOHN J. FULTON, Counsellor ut Law, 'UU 1JK0AUWAY'NtW YORK CITY. MISCELLANEOUS. BOILER MAKING THE ITXDKRSHINED is prepared to do any kind of Holler or Tank Making OR REPAIRING ; And will BUY 01,T BMl.KRS OR i'LVES, or Lake thorn in puy for work. Ho will also do any kind of MILLWRIGHT WORK On short notice Orders ."oft At tho IIkiulii Offic . will rccoiv. prouirt attention. J01IN S1.0AN. TI1IS WELL KNOWN BBAXD 3',' B; rhj-LnH'jH rUV -OF- JAPAN TEAS FOR SALE AT Grocery Department. .11 H. B. CLAWSON. 3nct To whom it may concern. WE, the undersigned, claim and own twelve hundred (I2IV) feot, including Noa. two (2) and throe (3), in the Tims lode, in Little Cottonwood canyon, and hold tbe same by deeds from the original locator; and have complied with the Jaws of the district dis-trict in every re peot- And we hereby caution all persons Hot to trade, bny or barter for said claims, without our ooojenU O.H. BASSBTT, ..-ntntstratcrs ol the I-IVIiiS, f He of Anthony iTim deceasod. ISRAEL IV IK S. RH La a Ut. ir.T ii) HENDRIE BRO'S 33 STREET, Halt l&kk city, MDafiatarl California and Eastern Contracts taken for the erection of STAMP MILLS AND SMKLT-1NG SMKLT-1NG FURNACES COM PLETE in any of the Mining Districts. wc manafaoture tho VirneyA Wbciltr Pana. Patent Preaaetl SUoea and Die, Patent Stem Ouldti, and lha Mac binary eumplct (or STAMP MILLS REDUCTION WORKS. of which wo make a ineeialty and ruaran tea aauilaotion is all ouei, Manofactare Boltlioff's Ball Pulverizer, FOB. DRY CECSHISO, Will do the work of IB SUmpa, Frloe, SloOtT ManoXactarers' Agents for the Sale of Startexant . Root BloTcra, Earle A Cameron steam Pampi, Uolitlng, Portable and btationary KdkIiici, Wire Holstlna; Rope, (Flat and Round.) launtl liaU Iron, 10, 12 and 1 lbs. to the yard. Iron Pipe for Gaa and Water, Dodve A Blake Ur Crnahera, Mining Cara and Iron Buckets, Ai-gllle Fire Brick, and, Mining nppllca. 311 MATES and DRAWINGS furnished FOR ALL OUR WORK. aJO INSURANCE. imzon ixsrmcfl co. J.B.BEXVCTT - - PreatdenU fi. n LSI - Secretary. Cincinnati, Ohio. ASSETS, JIXE 30, 16-?, Cash en hand, in bank, and in course of transmission- IIU.3JS 57 United utesBonds, market value I.ltjS 09 Mortsaffos - SA'.tHo t7 Collateral Loans.. Of Accrued Interest. A',i2 is Bills Keeciva bio.. Shi7 lb State Bonds and Miscellaneoua &n1 9W Due from Asenu &,ie7 Go LIARIHTItS, 1 Outstanding Losses and other Lia bibuas. $77,711 M H. R. MANN Agent, Offlcet Banking ITonse of A. W WolUAt o, i. O. Box, 53 4. ! , Ira AQEITOY OF THE Home Mutual inscribe mm, or CALIFORNIA. CAPITAL - - - . $650,000. JOHN II. KEDIXUTOX, President., tllARLU K. KTOHY, S.cr.t.rj-. lyincipai PJke, 433 California St., SANFRAXC1SCO. H. R. MANN, Agent, Office: Banking llouae, A. W. White A- Co. TRIUMPH FIRE IXSl'RIXCB CO.'S, CINCINNATI. Capital - - $3,000,000 Reliable Underwriting. Perfect Indemnity. We ask Fair Kates and Vroniise to Pay Just Losses. Risks taken throughout Utah ii. It. MAN IV, AgenJ, EALT LAKB CITYi Ofllcei Banking Uouil of A. W. White A Co, P. 0. Box &M. 1 Fire Brick. TllltKKor l"d vf th.r.l.lirni.i Aik'IIi. w.m-u. . iniiioi. nniinri.c. Iin r, ..f HdU-r nntt Stiinre 'i ,.' r.'.-..iv.M i.,l is ,.,..,! to , -mrlti-rs. I'm m lluiUl. r.. ,t.-.. , .mt ,. ' ...l i.-ru. . ..l,..r..!t..r...liiill.l. h,m i1 u lni.iT liiw. t-',.r..iiloin U.is I.., , i. b,. I UOHIH.rl A llfltll VV. ' S. I.. AkoiiI... JUH H..-.V smith ,.f K. U. llC,t. f.lt I,lVt -ilj, utd asLiidj bt.Uon. u-t 1 JOB PRINTING. The varied wants oj the MIJVEa, ARTIZAN and PRAVELEH FOR JOB PRINTING CAN B El FILLED AT THE HERALD JOB OFFICE. The uoaoimous satisfaction given by the work done at oar office in the past has jualified us in continually im-portiog im-portiog all the Newest Attractions with, which to please out patrons in Elegance AND Style, umI perform Job Printing to compare favorably with atry importation importa-tion in this line from the East or West. Anything in the nature oi PAMPHLETS, FOSTER.",! SHOW CARPS, MINING BLANKS, BUSINESS BLANKS, CERTIFICATES, HANDBILLS, BUSINESS CARPS,' VISITING CARDS, BANKICUECKS, COUNTING HOUSE WORK RECEIPTS, BALL TICKETS, CIRCULARS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, ETC,, ETC., done to onier in black, colors or gold- Wo do not profess to work tclo cost, nor work for tbo s.ko of working. QOr givo liaits of any uaturo, but by a systoui of calculating prices, make a rulo to compote with outstilo Quality & Figures!