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SALT LAKE HOTELS. Washington House. Third South Street, Salt Lake City. . RKID k EMORY, Proprietort, This woll regu'ated houe, under tho now management with excellent fare, and at unprocodi ntod low -ates, is still in mil blast. Board and Lodging, t week ..$5.00 0.00 Board and Lodging, day, 1.00 Day Board, W veok, . 4.00 Beda, 'H week, 1.50 (8)2.00 Bods, W night, 2". fi tfltTing bod, per tight, 40 50 Meals u u 2i Fom I a. m. to 8 p. m. Thirty Ccpioa of Enstorn, Woatorn, and Local Daily pai ora. Uoe Thouaand Meale aervod daily. j 10 TAYLOR'S HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Centre of block. Wert tide East Temple street- Rooms 50c. to $1:00 per Day. $5 per Week. A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT,: TAYLOR k CUTLER, Proprietors ! BlO m rv i-i Tirin a i- r n ir n-n-n IJlJi iUUilAttJJ'B UUUiSJCi. FuroUhos all tho Conveniences of FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, Restaurant and Lodging, ALSO-SALOON.with ALSO-SALOON.with choioe Winea and Liuuon. ROOMS furnished and unfurniahod, 2nd South Streot, opposite Wlker Bro.'8i d!9 S. W. RIC1IARD6 k CO. TOWNSEND HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY, THE LEADING HOTEL OF UTAH, JAMES TOWNSEND, Propietor. nvroi AMD unilSF. MAIN 3TREK1.f SALT LAKE CITY- First Class Accommodation lor Gentlemen. Rooms per Day from 0 50 to Si 00 Rooms per Week 2 50 to 5 00 Board por Week 8 00 Barbor Shop and Laundry connected with tho Hotel, flood Reading Room. Eastern, Wos-tern Wos-tern and Local Newspapers. I no23 HENRY BR UN TON, Rrppriotor. 'gbeat westem hotel, 2d Sonth-st, Salt Lake City, With aoapaoitr for 200 Bjueata. First-el ai" M-oonmodationa M-oonmodationa for families and travelers. Rooms, per day, from 50 cts. to 81 00" Rooms, por week, from $8.00 to $10.00: Board, per week, Meauj, 50 otau tHh. Free Omnibus to the Hotel. Barber Shop and Laundry connected with te HoteL myI7 SMITH k BIGAZE. Proprietort. OCDEN HOTELS. UNION DEPOT HOTEL tao RAILROAD DINING HALL, OGDBN, UTAH, Situated on Railroad Platform, Junction ol U. P. and 0. P. "Railroads, marll Q. S. ERB, Proprietor. SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS. Grand Hotel, OB Mark.t,CTT MocmomorT iifeoai Str.oU. SAN FRANCISCO CAL. (5 JOHNSON 4 Co., Proprietor!. MORTON HOOSE, The boat accommodation! gnaranteed- Loca tion oentraL li-H.Mb, to z.nu per .l ay-ftp ay-ftp 15 W. G.GRAHAM, Proprietor- ST. LOUIS HOTELS. SOUTHERN HOTEL! Front ing on 4th.S h, and Walnut SU., SAINT- LOUI (S, MO. LAVIULLE, WARNER 4 Co.. Prop'i. Till! SOUT1H5RN HOTEL is fi rat-claw in h11 - anpolntmonts. Its tanlea are at all HnioH supplied in the itroatoBt abundance with all the ilo'ioacies (he markti all rd. Its cierks and employe are all polite nnd attentive atten-tive to the wants of the gunMs of tho hotel. There is nn imirovod levator loading from to first (loor to (he upper one. Unit road and rueamboat Ticket OtTioon. news stand, and Wo-torn Union Telegraph Oflico in rotunda of the hotel, nob OMAHA HOTEL. GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, Omaha, Neb. rpiiR LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL jl botwoon Chicago and Son Francisco. OPENED, OCT. L 1S73. GEO, 'J UK ALL, Proprietor, OUR FACILITIES AND MATERIAL have been largoly adddod to recently and anything from the me of a Wodding Curd to a moderalu-suod Poster on be printed in the boit btyle of tho art at TIIK II K It VI, II JOB OFFICE. SOUTH XAM ERICA. EEHNIS BROTHERS, TOULD SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE TT ot Minors and others to furnish tbem their outfit lor bouth America, having furn-idtiedaod furn-idtiedaod as in t nd in furniMbiog the parties that have already gono Wo will endeavor to give thoso who call on us entire Aatiefao-lion. Aatiefao-lion. Ullice at tho National llou-o, liay Market S(uaro, Boston. jit CENTRAL HOOSE. 50 Main-st-, i doors belowUodbo'a Drugstore 8.1LT LAKE CITY. O. W. Tppaji Proprietor OPEN ALL NICHT. Crests Called at any Hour desired. VERY QUIET WARM HOUSE. No Frost ever gets inside. Nice, comfortable, well ventilated furnished rooms , per nlgiit 37VaO it 50c Per wook &i 00 (a, K 50 UnTurnlshod moms, por wook ... SI 50 & $3 00 Choice lunch ready at all hours in I he dining room below, at. 25c Full Km ciase meals 50c J23 SALEM, MASS., HOTELS. E S SEX HO U S E, J. H. LEAVITT, PROPRIETOR, No.l7dEsjet Streot, SALEM, MASS. This house is centrally loca'fld on Kbpot street, and is tho genoral h"ad'iuartera for businox men. It has excellent acorn mod a-tins a-tins and charges roaaonablo. Coa-heri aro in r adinoss to convey t-aaeounora to and from the dopot at all hours. jU MEDICAL. MRS. CARPENTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON office Ave doors north of Postoffico. OlEoo hours irom 10 to 12 am.. and 3 to 5 p.m. aulrt MARY H. BARKER, M.D., OFFICE opposite Old Constitution Building, Build-ing, Main Stroot. Office hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rafo onoes Bishop Tuttle, J. W. Young. Rev. C. 0. Stratum, Rev. J. Welch. , J23 J. D.THOMPSON, M. D., OFPICE FIRST UOOR SOUTH LAMB k Co. 'a Drug Store, East lemplo Street Resides at Walker House. si1 . ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. D, If. riRLKT. H- A. O.IHTIR. PERLEY & CARTER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE OVER First National Bank, East Temple street. dl7 J. C. HEMINCRAY, ATTORNEY-AT-L AW. OFFICE, NO. 5, Kimball's Block, First South street, Salt Lake City. v o21 OKO. VKHARLK ftUITR 8- J. JONASBOEI gmitu jl i rt ai a c q rtu ATTORyEYS k COUNSELORS AT LAW, Main Street, Salt Lake City; two doors south of Salt Lako llouso. N. B. A Notary always in the office. aug2 BOB R A BJTODT THROPOBK BURM KBT SB STOUT & BURMESTER, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Office on Main street, nearly opposite tho Tribune Ulhco, Salt Lake City, Utah. ab J. U. CART KB. O. O.W1UOS. CARTER A WILSON, A TTORNEYS-AT-LA W, OFFICE OVER XX First Ntftitmal Bank, Kaat Temple do8 O. W. MrtrniBTV. OKO. B. WH1THBT. BENNETT & WHITNEY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, OFFICE OVER D. Jirenig'a ttor, Main at root- Salt L,aice City. fozo a H. SKMl'tfl'lUU' KIKKPATKIOE. HEMPSTEAD A KIRKPATRICK, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, MAIN STREET, OppoBite Weill. Faro k Co., Salt Luke City. 10 TABLE BURLIMTON ROUTE TO Tn K EAST, NORTH & SOUTHEAST. NO- 3. STATIONS. ! M AIL. i Leave SALT LAKE. 5:50a.m. aH5p.ni " OMAHA, 8:;Wp.m. 5:iWa-m. Arrive BURLINGTON, 5:00a.m. 8:i0p.m. " GalosburB(CB.AR-) 7:00 a-m. 10:50p.m. " Mitno-Dta, ' ll:15a.m.j 3:23a.m. Chioago, " 3:15p.m. 7:00a.m. " Peoria, 9:00 a.m.12:50 a-m. Ind'plisd-B.&W) 6:I5rm. 9:25a-m Cincinnati,- .. U:00p.m. 4:15p.m. " Logansport, 5:55p.m. 0:20a.m. rr. p. &w-) " Columbus. 2:45 a-m. 5:30 p m. nr Throneh Cars from Missouri Riyertc Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Logans-port, Logans-port, Columbus, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Philadel-phia, and Washington. Connection at thoe points with lines loading load-ing to the East, North and South. This la tho Bkbt, Shorthsx, Dtcsfirf and CuiiAPKbT Koutk. Do not be docetTcd. but obtain Tickets vii tho Rurlingtou k Miasouri Rivor Railroad. AM. POWELL, ROBI. HARRIS, Gen'l 1' t. Agent. Gon'l Sup't Gen. Western Paaa. Agt. D. W. HITCHCOCK. iao ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE. a HGfflEARO SCHOOL FOR BOYS THE AIM OF THE COLLEGE IS TO GIVE a thorough physical, mental and roligious training health, learning and a Christian character. char-acter. The location is central, easy of access, and removed Irom the distractions of tho city; the elimDte of Uonioia ia no tod for its unilormity and vigor. Tne military discipline and Instruction, by Its thoroughness and imiiartiiility, is eminently fitted to perfect tho body, and to give hubite of obedience, promptness, order and so If-reliance. Ln tho olaasica' department pupils are fitted (or tho Sophomore year in the Univornitios; in mo English department they may Uko the most ailvanoed course desired. Provision la made lor the best iustmction'in rhe French, Gorman or Spanish language, , and ii-.rjmcntal and vocal music Tho School Year ia divided into twoltorma m twenty weeks each. Trinity Term of 1873, begins July 31st. Easter Term ofl874, begins Jan. 15th. Expense for Board, Tuition, Fuel, Lights, Washing and Mondinjt...$175 00 por term. Modern juanguges, each 20 00 per term. No extra charge for Anaiont Languages. 03'For furthoJ information or for circular Address Rav. VVu. P.TUOK ER, , i Oeninia.CaJ I !0UR POLICE ALL THE TIME Lb to get : The Latest NoveitiBs in Printinii 150 IMVITK CONNOISSEURS TO PLEASE THEIR EYE ' ihs hkrald"joc orriiK FOURTH GRAND GIFT CONCERT For the benefit of tho Public Library of Kentucky. Over a Million in Bank!! AND ft FILL DRAWING ASSURED ! Tuesday, tho 31st March, nct. Only oO OOO tiokets have boon issued and $1,500,000 Divided irto 12,000 cash gifts, will be distrib uied by lot among the ticket-holders . LIST OF CIFTS. ONE ORND CASH (;IKT ?2'n,-T0T UiJi GKaND CASH U1KT ... icO.OO , ONE (JH AN U CAdll (il :.. 50 0uf ONK (HUNT) CASH GIF r S-V') ONE GHA SU CA.Sli Glf T 17,-W i ID Cash (lifts, SlO.O'.n o irh 1'iu.iM m Cash Gifts. .i.'H-n each, l.K),iHK ftn Cash Gifts, 1,'KXl euuh 5D.uO Si L'ath Hit'., ffUeurh !') 0 ( ' lOJOaehUiiH, cui-h 40JM 1. VD Cach t.iiir., S'KI eiinU 45.01 2. ''0 Cash Giii", it-U tsnca, fl-ii Cs.-h Uifis 1" OHch HV"I 11,000 Cash Gifts, 6D ouuh JmU.im Total, 12.W0 gifts, all cash, atuountiuK to 31,500,001 Tl)t concert and distribution of girts nil 1Ob i i vely and unotiuivooally taso plaoo oi theday cow fixed, whotbor all tho tiekets ar eotJ or not, and tho l.iXKi (rift all imid in pro ' purtion to (he number of tiokets sold. PRICE OF TICKETS. Wholo liukoU. 5.V1; Ilalvofl, S2"; Tenths, or eauh coupon, Jo; Eleven Whole Tiokets lor 8-")i": -ay- Tickets for 3I,"": H;t Wiolo Tiok-ots Tiok-ots fur .")."' ); Til Whole Tickets for Sli'.nini. odiEcjunt on less th.tn 5-Xhj wo.th Oi'Tickoti HID. K. DKAMLKTTK , Agoit Pubho Library, Kentucky, and Man-astir Man-astir Gift Concert, l'ublio Library liuild.nvi, Louisville, K. fJ JTOTICE. MY WIFE, MAUY WILC0CIC JONES, havioe loft my bod and board without jiiiil ceuae or jirovooation. this is to give notice no-tice that 1 will not be responsible fur Buy debtii of her contracting. fll bAVlD II ILL JONES, Sixth Ward. STEVENS & CoTi flolesale ail Retail Stationers Offor tho now edition of CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPEDIA Bound in library Style, $3(1.50. Bast and cheapen Enovclorrodia evor published pub-lished in America. fl JTOK SALE. The Building lately occupied by SCOTT, DUNHAM it CO. As a Hardwaro and Iron Store, Next to tho White House, w'th n ninoycart ground loan, inquiro of ingtf iCCTT. PUSIIVM.ACO SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. WOOLEN GOODS." AGENCY OF THE Stockton Woolen Mills, G3 NEW MONTGOMERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. Blanket. Flannels, ota., at wholesale to suit, llura? Blanketing a Specialty. Salt LakB Trade Solicited. GEO. M. MAIN, Agent. jal T H E N A P A 3-WIIEELEI) IRON GANG PLOW, Favorite on the Pacific Coast lis advantages are: First. It 19 a Tliroo-wheoled Plow; two in front and one in tho roar, by moans of which all drag U avoided. Second. It is an Adjustable Plow, tho draft itself boing miido to do tho work of raising and lowering, without any exertion exer-tion on the part of tho driver. Third. It is Light of Draft; the lightness light-ness of draft cnab es two hor?cs to do the woik of three. Tho plow is raised or lownred without lifting tho driver's seat, and thus this weight is avoided. Fourth. The Lino of Draft. It is a centre-draft plow, drawing from tho main frame. An adjustable clevia connects directly with the beam, whore all tho teams pull directly from one centre, bo that whun tho plow is working, it adjusts itsolf to rough and uneven ground, and will plow to iho samo depth in either hard or soft ground. Fifth. Easo in Turning; by means of tho rear wheel, the plow can be turned with ease in iU own length, making a 5 rent &nving in time in tho course cu a ay's work. fciiith. It U Easy on the Horses' Necks. By resting the driver's seat on the rear end of the pole, the weight of tho pole is balanced, ba-lanced, and rolieveti the pressure from the horses' necks. LINFORTH, KELLOGG & CO.,' SOLE AOKNTB, Sand 5, Front S rent, BAN FUAN0ISCO, California, So" by Z, Q. IjVT. I. ji Castle Bro's, well-known Brand. 1 OF JAPAN TEAS, FOR SALE AT Z. C. M. I. Grocery Dept. LUNIBER. BUIJ.O O MATERAIL a; I H S i h t" si s 3 3 I i 5 t s ! g : 1 1 A S I rh I 1 81 ' Pi j O g (x, 'A s cc Z i , M a , CJ L O. M I to M H S A M g ! n h - W i ILUIVIBER YARD. ' All kind of j LUMBER ! DOORS, WINDOWS, Bllais, Mouldings, Shingles. Laths, JONBS k FORM AW. BREWERS HENRY WACENER, SiLT Laxk City. Utah, CALIFORNIA BREWEBY. LAOEK BEER. ALB AND PORTEB 1 WHOMtflALB nm .RTAI1., SECOND SOUTH STREET. Ibrn door, uil of Eloi'hiuil Store. SALT LAKE CITY BREWERY. A LARUE STOCK OF BEER and ALE On fcan I, which In acknowledged to be the Boa Quality ever uiadu in l Lis Temtory. A Superior Brand made especially for Christmas Lett vo ordori at the Brewery, in the Tenth Ward, or with S. J ihnson, at bis saloon, liud-be'a liud-be'a corner, ia ttio basement. Dolivorod in all paria ofthoolty Froo of durge. JAMES W.PITTS,-Alasatf W.PITTS,-Alasatf & SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. EBTABLISHED IN 1851. Manufaottiror of the ORIGINAL CHAKTRES' COFFEE And all kindj ofdpices and California .Mustard, 025 4: (127 FRONT ST., bet, Jackson 4 Pacific, SAN FRANCISCO. J9 A . J . G II I F F I T H, Dealer in all kinds of PICKLED AND SMOKED SALMON AND HERRINGS, 208 WASHINGTON STREET, betwoeo Front and Davis. All kinds of Dried, Smoked and Pick led Fiuh constantly on hand. H JAB- OTIS- W. A. 1I.ICOSURIY. t V. HICOTORAT I MACONDRAY & CO., Shipping aud CoaimLwioa Morchauta 1 Importore of CUINA AND JAPAN TEAS, And all Descriptions of Straita Produce, 204 & 206 SANSOME STREET, BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. AgonU for tho Yang-tie Insuranoe AsbooU-tion AsbooU-tion of Shannhai. 1 CBAfl. J. irtTB, JOBltPB BROOK Formerly Partner for 16 yoara CitT and B'lBinoaa Man- Salesman with ger of P. D. Code k Co. Cutting Co. C.JAMES KING of Wm. & Co., Manufacturers and Packers of HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS 319 h 83L Sansome itroot, San Franoisoo, Cal. FBBSEKYES, JIMS, JELLIES, PICKLES and ORSttON CIUEIi. ttoort, iruarnntol superior to any otnor ill the in.rkut. 4one but wniTE labor employod. 10 S. P. HOLDEN, Keisral CoMission Merchant, AND MERCHANDISE BROKER, . No. 321 Front SL, SAN FRANCISCO. Meruhandiie nnd Produce of all kinds bough I ... and sold on (Xmniis3ion. EINSTEIN BROS. & CO., Manufacturer, and Importer! of BOOTS, SIIOE3, FINDINGS, &o.,4o. 20 and 31 BiTTEBT STREET, il SAN FOA2IOI3UO. OAL. H. BKWTOS. I' MORBIBa&WTOll. NEWTON BRO'S 6c CO., IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE GROCERS 110 a.nd 121 Front Stroot, S.ih Framcisco, Pay especial attention to Salt Lake City trade. I'ricoa givoa in Com or Currency as doairadjl M. KELLER'S PURH WINES AND BRANDIES For Sale at Z. C. M. I., Anu all Iho Prineipal Sloroi in tho Territorr. Jal tli,,'- ""S'.'.Nork J. B A U M & CO., Importers and Manolacturera of MENS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, 218 and 2A Sansouo-st., Sui Fkahoiboo, f9 Ho. IB Warren-el.. Nkw 2oik. A W. a. j. TaJI voohuiks. j. s. johks. G. W. CHESLEY & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Fine Wines and Liquors, j Sole Proprietors of CUNDTJRANGO BITTERS, 414 Front Street, Sitn Frauciaco. 51 Front Street, Sacrftmento, il Cutting & Co., World Pa iownad Paokors of California Cali-fornia Friita, Jollies, Jams, Voo-tabloa, Voo-tabloa, oto. Curting &. Co.'s, California Fruits for Sale by all First Clads Grooera. Cutting &. Co.'s Canned Salmon a Delioiom Artlole Cutting & Co.'s California I'eachoa packed Id Syrup i. in aj'b. Cans. Cutting &. Co.'s Jollio-t aad Preserves are mado from , (lenu'ine Fruits and White ReQnod Sugar. Cutting &. Co.'s Oregon Champagne Cider ia Qood AYholosoino Beverage. CUTTING & CO.y ' OFFICE AJS SALESROOM, 415 Front Street, San Francisoo i al BOOK AGENCY $! t C9A Per day. Agents wanted ' (U LU tlpiVF All classes of working; people, peo-ple, of eitbor box, youne or old.maao more monoy at work fur un In thoir spnre niom(nle or al tho limn, thac at anvhina i-lss. Particulars Partic-ulars Iroo. Address Q. Stinsoo k .Co., Poct-ajri.Ma.r. WHOLESALE Grocery Department, Z. C. M. I., DEALING IN STAPLE AND FANCY Groceries. Hardware aueensware, Wooden and Tinware. Stoves, etc., etc. Among other 3p ocialtiea that of HEAVY HARDWARE, Such as Plow, Brill, and Piok Steel, Horse and Mule Shoes; Cut, Wrought, Finishing and Horse Nails; Anvils, Bellows, Wooden and Iron Wheelbarrows, Shovels, Spades, Forks, AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Or all kinds. PLAIN AND GALVANIZED GAS PIPES. GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS, SHELF limDWAHE, OI every description. Hazard, Sporting and Giant jP O W DEBS, CAP3 AND FUSE. Fine Cut, Smoking and Chewing j TOBACCOS, Natural. Leaf, Black and Bright Navy Plugs, in all sizes, including our own and many other Brands which we control. , - dl9 W. H. HooPEit, 8upt. i BUSINESS CARDS. Shobt Bublarss Cards inserted In this column, on dor thoir respective hoadingn, at '23 oonts por lino por week, or 75 conts por line per month. This is an exoollont opportunity for miscellaneous dealers and mechanics to plaoo their business prominently before the public at a very small cosL DIVORCES. ABSOLUTE D1VOKCES OBTAINED from Courts of different States for desertion, de-sertion, etc No publicity roauirod. Ko charge uutil divorce granted. Address M. iiUUdli, Attorney, iyi Breadivoy N.Y. TENTS A WAGON COVERS. T CURTIS, Asont2d South, opposite Com-. Com-. meroial St. Tents from S to S'JW, je26 JOHN BOLSER'3 Sail Loft, East Temple Streot, throo doors of Walker Bro.'s. TonU Lrom $IH upwards. 'yia BOOKSELLERS A STATIONERS JAMBS DWYER, 41 East Tomple Street, Dealer in Blank Books, School Books and FinoFrench biationery. jeia FURNITURE. HDINWOODEY. Nos. 31 East Temple . Street and 75 1st South Struct. jo25 BAKERS. GLOBE BAKERY: fresh plos, buns, cakes, bread, dolivorcd in all parts of the oity every morning. oil) BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. WJ. HOOPER, No. S7 Commoroial Stroot. Boots andShoes mado to order, Joi6 BANKING. SAVIKaS DEPARTMENT, DESERET NATIONAL BANK. Kecclvo dcposltB of One Dollar sod Upwards. Interest at eight per cent, per annum oompounded semi-annually, on the First of March and September. WM. H. HOOPER, President. ' H. S. ELDKKDGE, Vioe PrasMent. L. S. HILLS. Caslnor. LB3EBBT NATIONAL BANK or SALT LAKE COT, UTAH. i PAID UP CAPITAL 2W,C(0 ADIHOKBKD CAPIIA1. M,000.o . Wa. H. aOOPBR, Pr3ldcnt, . a. ti. KLDHiDOK, Vloe Pr 1 BKIGliAM iTOUNi, I Wn. JKMNINGa, VDirMtora JOUN SHARP. . I. LlTTLlf, I L. b.Hlid, Oashiw, J 1U1 QI bold Dust, Coin, Eicluinso, Land Warrants, College Scrip, etc. COLLKOIIONS MAUB AND PROMPTLY KLjlirlliD. FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOR SALE. Intorest Paid on 9AVIS08 DPOIjI18 First National Bank of Utah MALT IjAKE CITr, Sea Spooial AdTanlA.m.nt on Third Pag jnt, SALT L.AK CITI NATIONAL BANK, Aathoriied Capital, - $500,000. B M. DrjRELL, Prosident. JOSEPH M. BURKKl'l', Oashior, iLaullPSTKAD k KJ.Blt,PATB,liJK, Altorneys. C0BKXSr0BiUK5TS: B) iw V iRir i Nation) Park B,nk. BOSTON. ..National Bank of North Ame-rloa- C1IICA90... Third National Bank. St. LOUIS.-Third National Hank, OMAHA...Omaha National Bank. SAN FRANOISOO-Nfttional Uold Bsmk nd Trust Co. LONDON...Jay Cook, MoCoJlooh k Oo, A. W. WHIM. W. t, M'OOfljnOK, WHITE & McCORNICK, (Buooessori to A. W. White k Oo,,) Eur iMurum,, 3 alt Lasi Citt. Dealers Id - GOLD DUST, COIN & BULLION t Bkchange on all the principal cities of the United States and idurvpe. Particular attention given to Collections and proceeds rouiittod at ourront rate of Km ohaoge on day of payiaenu GEO. B, WIUTNKY, Attorney. . . CoHKSflPOItDraTB : Bank of California, 8m Francisco LaidUw k Co..Agtu.Bank of L'ala. Now York Ohilds k Princo Chioao n i " St. LoU IB, Omaha National Bank , --Omahti myl SALT LAKE CITY BOILERWORKS BOILERS OI ALL KINDS, Upright. Locomotive or Stationery, fHado and R.pslroi, SMOKE STACKS AND TANKS Built to ordw, and Snoot-Iron work prompt ly done. IROIs DOORS FOR VAULTS OR SAFES, And Iron Shutters of every dinoriptlon mad Boilors and flues bought or taken ia part payment (or work. Orders by mail or telegraph will reeelTi tamediate attention. -IORN SLOAN k CO. TRADESMEN AND BUSINESS WEN: Who realizk the value of noao Display in Advcrtislna. pet your Bills ftnd Carda whero they "sviil do the most good" ;trk iikeald job office.