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f;-1 ' :siiip; .. Jrt JENKINS BHa.'TIIOS, SRtoDqN'hiv thlj 4v 'dU'olved partnewhlp-hy jriiititai cne nt ".Thpt., 8ed(i6ntan,. bo found at the jtore. of f JumeA ' Hagiie,3 gnriiirnltfn'a ndJ , for ' tlie paat favor be haa received from vthft, public he returni hla lha"nk. We wifhtan continuance of the aaine. . , TtlOS; SEDDOIT. G.. U Cify Sep. 28, 1859 ; 7-1 1" BISHOPS AMD PBESmBWjt$j . TAroujXowf. Ae..Tirrri)rj, 4 .', X7n'ILi4 you pleaie liiform the citizen of lfV- your aetUemen'tf, that f have opened a .regular; ' ' ' " .NkU'SPAPEU ANr,,.PERIODiCAL ' " AGENCY, . J,-. and am prepared toreceiVa-jeariy anberJbVrs for all th principal NeivpBier, MsRstlne. etc.; at,tbe PiibliahersVPrleeer Those wha -w tilr'f b subicrihe for anV "paper or magtirno Will plraae forward, their ddreas with the amount early a poBslblo, sou to secure their first number in January.,..,,,, v i-'-; By the lat mall I received my fi- et anpplyof Eastern Paper and Magazines, Vthlch I am e!U leat 10, apd 30 cents each, ami nil thoae, irbo .would prefer buyinc them on theie "terms can be unplled on application to 1 ?-tt G EOItG E G ODPARD. SELLING AT COST WITHOUT FREIGHT1 WlLlMAia" DKItlt HESPECtFULLY informs the inhabitants . of Utah that be has commenced mnmifac-rturlni; mnmifac-rturlni; , COMBS, at his Re1t(eri'ce, one WccW ioutli of Uhtoh Sqnate, 10 li" VBril, If yon want fiup,cbafijorf4ncydretrn(;Cnnibt, now iVyout time. He wjll tftkn in fthaiit, grain, flour, corn, &c., at TithTna prices. Cash will be taken at 'par. " v 7-tf . - niOUNTAIIV HOUSE, On'f'Ae Mudtly titelve miles Ufst if FoTt-Bridgrr;.. & OOP ENTERTAINMENT for Traveler.; alo Horse Feed and Good Stabling. Terms as low aa any house on the road. 4 a -Travetew. fivouia.calir I J. B. TOMCINSON, 7-3." G. METCAIjF! UAIVTED. A GOOD,- reliable, younc or mtddte-aged MAN.can .fiuil-ernpIovment for i twelvemonth twelve-month by callidg.at ihe AIoujctju.nis Office. One aciiualntf d with ngrlculture is wanted. Aleo, a steady BOV to herd Sheep. 114 must I be at least atxleeu years of age. The beat of pay will be Riven, 7 It WANTED, AaGOOD BLACKSMITH, who understands the battues in all its b'ranrhts, and who Will worfr bv the month for good wag. Apply to Geo. A. Leslie and Alonzo D. Rhodes, Lehi City, Utah Co. , 7 ,3t FAIRFIELD, CAMP FLOYD. AT WALKER BROTHERS, t On Main Street, JAN be found a cerieral assortment Of ! GOODS AND MERCHANDISE, consisting of Dry Goods, "Clothing, 'Groceries. Hoots and. Shoes, Dlar keif; a tine eelection of Shirt Of every description, Piitj, Dres nud Over Coat, Hits. ami Caps (of good validly and styles), Notions, Choice Liquors, yiues, Tobacco To-bacco and Cigars, &c. ' Tti.ankful for past patronage, -tbey hope for a conti nuance .of cut'om, and will try and trilt it by belnff obliging and 'elUtip good as reasonable as can be foaud in this section. Our country friends will find it to their advantage advan-tage to give us a call. 7-tf FRUIT TREES FOB SALE! A CHOICE and large quantity, superior to any that I have ever offered for sale. The I inoculates .are of one and two years, growth, and moat of them well branched;, in thriftinejs they are equal to any that I have ever seen. The varieties ai? those choice kind that have been Imported from California and, the Eastern States. TERMS READY PAY. For prompt pay at fair market prices, I will tell trees at 30 per cent less tban I charged lat spring. Wanted in Exchange for Trees: 2000 feet pf Red Fine, Boards, one inch thick and 14 feet, long; 4 cord of Quskenasp Wood; Wheat, Store pay, &c. Fruit trees can be selected and secured thla fall for planting oat next aprmg, by paying one third of the purchase money when elected. I tender my thanks to my patrous for pait favors, and invite all who wish to plant orchards to call and examine my treta. ATTENTION! Those who are owiiifjma Cash, Wheat, Wood, Feneirus Timber, Lumber, fee., &c., are hereby requested to pay without delay. L. S. IIEMENWAY, 5-tf 4'h Ward. JROM tha' herd-hoy, near Jordan Bridge, , WiSB ; three weeka ago, a, tnlddle-slifdi brownish, lB bfaeft OX about aevea year old: branded,,' fWM jaqcxS on the near horn, and M on the near hip., - j 'H ttrine hl to the MoflHTAtiHBea Office, or tell hi - 1 H whereabout, and b tewatded. , : frit s , i f$M NOTICE. ' "- "1 M PERSONS who have" borrowed FLAXSEED , . WM from the G?nera? Tithligf 0:e, ar, ro i quested to retarn tho ams aa soon at "potibIi. : sjl and person who awe THhiaFlaJt Seed araleo: ,rM requested to forward tha same to the General - , y ,'H Tithing Olficibaeatly b-potlblo,atK la wanted, .. v . . ''I'M for'uto Immediately. .,,.f '; ' "liH , 4-tf j fc1IIUNTER..ii s- - . XXJ WOOPttUFF keeps coMfaW? on ' t ' fl V V . haud for' 8ale, at his RetWeaceJ a'au- : 'IJ p'eriof attlola bf """ M SUGAR CANE MOLASSES 1 ; M which hVolTeva at THREE P'0LLAR$p'4i " m -ft ion, irt Exchang.forWheat,Barley,OiiU, Wood,. , 'fl Pin Potei, tBTmbeft 8laba, Beef, Porky Chick- i'" ' ; ' f JS eh',' Butler and Eggs, taken at the market prkse , - , JOji LCallandteafoyourelvs, ,; , nfm 6-ijt. W. 'WOOPRUFF, Hth iTard. j , BEEP, BOOTS AND SHOES, 'IN'" ; ' , M ! EXCilANCSB FOB WHEAT. ; s , I WE" Will take Wheat in echangefbrf Moafr , " ' '-fl aUha aamtr rates aa. wa are now aeUmgj . , .- m .r ' Wai have oti hand BOOTS,, SHOES ' " - . '"Si LEATHER, which we will exchange for Wheat, ' Uirlpy, Oite, Potatoes, &,c. - T, - - ' ' .Cafland ae ua at Mulllnery bid Stand,1 .on' . - . Eatt Temple Street. , i ' ' kC ! e"Hide, Bark af d OH war-ted, lor which . : . V, if tbe iiitheat price wl!i be paid: . , ' r 'ftf- r-4r CUMMlNqS 4V JONES., , ; t ; 'ffij WE ABE NOT BEHIND -THE . - " .i BEdjIBALTi &:;C0C, " ; -v 7 ? p WOULlj Tespebftully call tho, attenUonrif V" fvl JhdrIendaandcustomere to their larga- ;. a , t fwt'i and. weT assorted tock Of -, k I 'lM now' cn liand:' whW wo. aro hound tb;aoll a '-' ' lj LQWiav any house lu tho city.; ,. v ' - 'S& Wahavo toatrivaby our tralrtof ov. I from California, a fine assortment of --" 4 ' . ', , LADIES DRESS GOODS. DRESS ;; ' 1 111 k i'XRlMMINGS, MILLINERY c; r . tl$ - "' ?v i-j ( goods,. ,, :;:; ?. .-iV BeHHict; BIMeHSy BenHCt Silks, f n Emlireltcrics, Eaccs, JLadica U Fiac Shoes, CHllArca'so, 'ivS Catt'andeeoti.tt "f ... ' J.-iB.-KJMBAXI;.&.CO. . .l-g Sept.30,1859. " 6 tf i -j rW , : , : . '?M W LAST TRAIN il AND BEST CiOODSi r f j WISH to" call, attention to their large assort- 4 ft, ment of MERCHANPiSE tinw offered JBs for saU ftt the Store recently occupied by C H. V-E Bassett. - - , V-t.; t. .. iSa Th'e"people;of tblrCitrahd 'the Public genef. . fc ,wl ally are.assured.that'ourrS5ock"ol.Go'od can not 'Hg be surpassed In Uds.'marke,.elttiter for quality or y ,pi j We, bava, tba beat variety and tho largett aa- ?J?K ao'rtmehtof fine:drejagood4.evVr"opendih th& ' i !,V Bit,". ... ' : V '.til! Splendid Press Silks,- Casfimeref, Merioot, , Aipftcas,4 Pelaldej, Lawns,' Gingbams, Cham- M'&J broys,-Jaconett and Swisa Muslins. Chal'Ii, Rib- bona,- Velvet. Ciluoline, .and all' aorta.' of trim- ?f:i Shawls.Cloaks. Martillav, I'arasqis, and every, fTV variety of Ladiej'.gQods. 'f -Lv -&1 : t.US Cloths, Sattlnetsj. Ca$slmer,-.TwedVCor- duroys, Boots and flhpes, Hata"and, Caps, and v 75? Ready made "ClothlngV- A full list of Yankea not loos. . ' ' - -o .C-" i'-wi Groceries and Pye,Stnffj &C.i - d . A'i1 A few pond VAGONS.4;ot tha :rlght "aba, Oou't fori't, ooop anrt ciiftar.. , . , .dfj95P : ROGERS, 'SHROPSHIRE' & ROSS." 7 -&V& G.S.L. City, Sept. 22,;1859. ' 5-tf .,' AMY, SMIT15 & FULXiEB', 4M EAST TEMPEE STREET, ' JVf door toutk oSlaintt, Needham ond Co., ' HAVING recently returned from the Eastern fS States, with a large and superior supply of TIN, COPPER, 11 And being fully prepared, with Tools, .and 'ai'ffiLl first ctaa mechauict, reapeclfully ask, their old Jj? H friendj to call and see them and renew thtlr lf M p'atronsg', and invito those who havO not given - 5.; their stock and mechanical skill alrial, to call and f see them. " They likewise aollcit the favprable attention. v' j.SIS of their frieuiis, and tho public, in general, to their. i;i-Kff variety of 1 HANDSOME PARLOR STOYES, ' WL AND ILRD WAKE; t . vrjg to their selection of . 2'p? GENTLEMEN'S. CLOTHING;. ;4 a also to the Ir cholte collection of " f , c i , GRO CERIE8, WINES, BRANDY, ' WW' to sell wholesale or retail, at low price. ' aE ; ItH N.n They have also & large e mount; of 'j'jP-l CATTLE on hand, which they are willing to '? sell for casU or exchange for wlejt. . . 8-tf ' 4-.. ' ' $U " " OCTOBER T ; S CONFERENCE ' IS at hand, and the mul titude who cOme from , tM the distant cinntlea In thla Territoryi to at- i f 9 tend It, are; respectfully Informed that their old i ' 9 friends, STAINES, NEEDHAM & CO.; W Bf will ba happy to wait upon thero, and exblalt M i everything useful ip their line of buaineasj in- iH Wk eluding a choice assoitrnent of i. A , 91 GOODS, ifl received thla week by the latest Trains from, the r ii .m East, aud which are now offered at tha Chapeat Store in this Territory. A '' iS FRIENDS, j M Examine the Goods and Pilces for yourselves, v! W apd yoit will be sure to buy your supplies' from i'i S'W STAINES, NEEPHAM & CO., IllriSsj G-tf Eiit Temple Street.