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8 .1 A - P f; V P - 1 " ' ; I . P-p'- I.-- j 1 " P . ' - ! ;p Pp - ' . j , j ri Vaa vA; : - : EETY . - t . vol. xvn. - 4- j m;, Chicago, constantly kept la Cr Qod- are j , - POUSIIKO . WLXJED, VVII1 hold a ihoe on Longer than any other. We guarantee oar Kails ' to be Ennal In Qnallty and ' ' DuraLliiry io any juade. , n mm MM,'. OB : . from the Beit Norway Iron, FInitKed Already to drive, by the Purei: Absolutely, Thia never A Horse nail, co., varies; powder marrel ot parity, strength and wholesomenesa. More than the ordinary kinds, and i' in boiu in competition with the niul-ot teat inaues low abort weight, aJumi its iand . .BIOS Jjr j only in cam. ROTAI. BAKISa POW DEK CO ., 196 Wall Street, New l'ork. cirxctA.ot. Z.: C. 31. Ifnr Sai Stoirea. .. '15n-- ly f- SCA1X CO. CHICAGO! ( - - C L O T II I N G, .j. -- ! CONFECTIONERS, I ! E WORLD-WID- . taittoli's COTTON DUCK. reverend gentleman, who - uses halt the alphabet to find himself nearly a name, has recent' been relating his experiences of Utah, to a Methodist Kplscosal audience. He woifnd up his exhortation with an appear lor money to spread the gospel araongr the be- nigbted Mormons," and the appeal was In vain, for several, hundred dol not lars were collected.- It is to be supIV. A. .11. Jfranklin .la not unposed known in the Far West. His vivid Imagination would entitle him tn cognition la any country or commanlty, and his nrofMaifn nr intcreHt in the welfare of mankind are tnilv It has been something asked "V hat's In poetic a name?" Aye, there is a good deal, and Mr.' Fisistratus Asinus Hmocntus Franklin knowa it well.- His method of procedure Is not original ; for more than a cento ry ago the Chinese in his lttth letter has met philosopher Mr. Franklin's prototype in England. A Christian doctor who was iarini? testimony to kob outrageous falsehoods to illustrate what maxreiJoas lirhts were to b abroad relates: "When." says he. "1 took a Joiiruey into Ethiopia, tn com pany with several other servants of Chi 1st, in order to preach, the gosnel. there I beheld, in the southern provinces of that country, a nation which had onlv one eve in the midst of their foreheads." This personal experience would prepare an audience to believe almost- anything that could be conceived In such a lively and fanciful brain as the man with the voluminous cognomen must possess.' lie says: "When. I first saw a Mormon he seem ed to be but a mere ordinary mortal, but as I continued to study him silently, his who.le physical being underwent a change litis eyes became like balls of lire ready to incinerate the universe; his arms extended to such colossal proportions that I feared he would dts lodge Jehovah himself ; and hfi feet as sumed such elaphantlne enormousness that if I had not left the country. I must undoubtedly have been crushed; and unless the good Christians,- - and especially the lady Christians, contribute plentifully of good coin of this realm, ! dare not return to Utah. Who could withstand such an appeal? Why,' nobody, not even the man who rents the La Salle. House to street walkers and thieves, and who contributed fifty dollars to this very comV Vii mendable enterprise. The La Salle House Is not a mvth. but a startling reality, right in the centre of Chicago." For a long time It was a puzzle io the police, but to all outward seeming it was respectable enough. However a night or two ago. a couple of young men were decoyed into t hi respectable building by some females, and then robbed. An outcry was raised and the police appeared on the scene. They and a startling reve fat Ion was made. The house had been the headquarters of the worst kinds of criminals male and female, and It was owned and leased for the purpose by a solid church member, whose name and good deeds were pablished. It was he contributed $30 to help the Revv Franklin to evan geuse ctan ana ner people. Ana ii ne b'. don't succeed in this, he mar sue ceed in the work which Is now going on in the cold regions of the northeast amont the Christian fishermen who are butchering each other theres - Mr. Franklin and his ilk are worse than In cendiaries who fire buildings merely for the gratification ot the demon oi ais- tructlveness that Is in them. Mor-monls- - - m ADUXTUHATED CANDY Christmas has come and gone. It only took about S2.00O.C0O to celebrate the gift part of it. When we are told inai most 01 tms immense sum vas exthinkpended for candy, we can't help ing what a sweet people we are. It strikes me that intemperance In candy. is aDout akin to tnat in wmskv. ue who Inveighs against beer, will cram his children, his wife and himself, with and nolsonoua deadly sweet-meaThe number of Insolvents In bnnlneas that have been published since Christ - Those who mas is lamentably take the more roseatelarge. view of matters say. that this is not the result of dullness In trade, but of the close compe tition In this city, which forces the more unthrifty and less energetic to lue wait.THAT SHOCKING CASK A TTST, Lnmbaga, Backacka. Maaaacae. loowaoae. au eiaca as Dinners from 19 to e ' Jr. Ji K. i 11 iio. ' FRANTT-- Wct-- t n 8 CrNrm " Kj Jordan, Salt lJWe Couiitrj! DRUGS " Hv"'-;ii- S '$ I'll :'i I! IEDICIIES. , , -- . Hair n Bieek Nerlh ef forner teteallea Hall Bulldlar. ' Served dailv from 12 till S o'clock. Itreakfant from 6 till 10. 8unner from A till 8 MkaI.R served to order at all hours. K very delicacy ot the season in style A complete stocaor tue finest cigars. Jvoto tpo auaruss; , ' 4S and 3 neeend South ML dS Just east of Commercial St. first-clas- : iu-Ht- j MIJC L TXG matjshtatjS, SIX nOKSE JIAXTRR KK01XK. ru and eerae aud Straw. v SaVAlI1 our patrons innyrely on lclug treated with courtesy and liberality. Of iteral Agency CUicajn Scale Compariy and Brarttm Knitter Can bach you te Knit A 1 fk il Jce miiiutet, - IIORSESlIEUCnAklI.Sci -- JOHTJ an tl VV. CO GODBE.PITTS CALL AHD SEE VS. Acw frames, resfartlins el u c t lous lit Hooks ?! - y, - IMPORTED BY US from EUROPE. . It nut plcase4 announce I New rj Enklisli and Frenc Crucibles, LUMBER, CEDAR POSTS; Cedar Chareeal riaas Parler BJKj A SS A Y Busier for svhaen llard Tabte--ld eiraaae Coiunshla lo Ibe Pick I. ed Hatauon railed II ay, lu bat my rt liNinr will be op'uetl on Tliurs-ditOcioIut till, Willi lliiitj; .cir. 2etr hi tnt , S e w nod fine I IMioiogrnpbic Parlrt the Went. New lors tioods of all description. N e.w ideas. tj-- it Manufacture Tint awl Cairat Saltt Lfaiifil Blueing, Ktartfont Oil, IJantaih, Ummlatn Rc Salt for Stock i A , SHELL dl7 frtncj- roods. - tfJome seens.Yonrs for Art and Low Prices, nnd d Get-tysbnr- gh. . I I JEUGS ..r o NOW (9 THC TIUK HI HO O. L. ... A iwn, ELIASON huu. . - - ; uotioits.. ; - her-presen- ce per-Mo- ns . . ; ' -- . 5 On 142 aii hand, sr-A.ii- j . ,. f . .,- - - - Hair I ;. HAZARD POWDER ' . It UlDWAKE. non-"Mo- . s Cess-PO- - to none la AAah. aeoond x". antarveioaseOoet X a - de Aran's wopuATu: : - strengthens the) whole system. raxrAJtxp w- i i- - -- eir, ir m ..... "1 n . sialex iir WOOL h FUES. I S3, xzxzzd cotna ex. u BIXK SOUTH OriUTAlX CEKTKAL DEPOT. 1 !' . i JIuiters Tannery, 19th x 1" Ward, OIT' . OOBJ5X3PO N D E"CX SOLICITED.; A' : , i-- ' : ffl E3, r .. HftnD'JJflnE. SftDDLEQY . ww L:i Pelts Manufactory, BlsJiop iir. GOtDSITCKER, ALTA CLOCK, t glTa IIAXy . mm ,; and Warehouse, 45i& 47 S. Third West St. Office n.i. ;j.!ic:i iiflnriEss a leather. nine: iT,tLcn,SE.i it as he mo run . !l'::', Xv. W.L. PICKARD, 1 i.il KM ,.8 DKAua s'i-i- lesjooi . t, sU bottles for fa, Sold by all TJragglsta; iv i r. O. BOX, 778. BT Dr. J.C.AyeriCo., Lowell, Mitt. HarteBjlrflll, SlCll, uebt ' AND DEALERS IK Glover, VL, Oct, '1 Toars gratefully, HntAX lBnxirs. : o orderata I elae, JUasana, BJngworsa, Blotches, ores, BeOa.Tmaaora.and KruptAone ot the Skim. It clears the blood of all Impu rities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of the bowels, and thus restores vitality and; nry - . UDUERHflYS&CO.' LEATHER INIjVNUFACTUIIERS, m Arafs SAasAFAuuut eores EkrofBla an Serefaleue Complalnta. Kryalp free-trad- f. & SON, J. W60IiLACOTT, HAYNES ma Stc:m'C:i!:r:L::rs, Angoles, wtetioos .:-- SAKSArAaiLXJU tl, 188a. 4 AVer's Sarsa; ., Comer of. Commercial "8lreet, GEO.n.SCOTTaCO. ... a .He-tve- " , : . . . . FIRST COUTH six months ago I was completely covered with a terrible humor aad scrofulous sores. The humor earned aa taesesaa aad Intolerable Itebinc aad the akin cracked so as to cause the blood ' to sow la many places eneuster I moved. My sufferings were great, and my Ufa a burden. I commenced the use of the SABSAFAftttXA in April last, and have used tt regularly since that time. My ooadltioa begaa to improve at oaoe. The soree bave all heeled, aad X feel perfectly well la every t peat being now able to do a good day's work, aliboegh TS years of age. Maay lixrulre what bat wrought such a ear tn my ease, aad t tell them, as I have here tried to tell you, -- So, l f i Ayefs Sarsapaillla; -- tcrol-u!oatols- on .: - - g f From wtiicb we are now selectlcs our Beef. VI,-- Tor: a duty for me to state to you the benefit have derived from the use of K h blood-purtfyln- IS Is both a FROM THE FATHER: MIt pleasure aad . Bee-be.aie- It H0N WILLIaIm JENNINGS; has had la his ease.! X think his blood mast have eootahied the hntnor for at least tea yean; bat tt did not show, except la the form of a scrofulous sore on thewrist, until about Ore years ago. From a lev spots which appealed at that tune, it gradually spread ao as to cover his entire body. I assure you be was terribly afflicted, and aa object of pity, when he begaa using year medicine. Now, there are fsw men of his age who enjoy as good health as he baa, I eoud easily name fifty persons who would testify to ths facts la his ease. Tours truly, V W. M. PHILLIP." ,, THINK OF IT NOW "MARGUERITE Fooa' toe celebrated Dai ham Herd of . Ayer s Sarsaparilla ; v mi My father resides at Glorsr, Vt. Hs has been a rreat sufferer from Scrof ula, and the Inclosed letter will tell 70 tt That - i it JUMDO" AND V U11LBJ. TUUU Ui TWO " Qrntltmrn: makes the Hair ii-- w Exhibition SMTEffl sirESiEa?. T FPiOIJ TIIE SON : Ol. p w E 'Ri ! Hf!;' . t:on When wl Marvelous Story A i DISPLAY, 1 SILVER WATCHES . ' f CHRISTMAS Always a Floe ?eleotlon ef , GOLB I WATCH FOTslOUR OPTICAL GOODS. y, -- ' j Bat Just reoalved a tine line cf '! ' . . . HOLIDAY SHOW TO SELECT, & SPEGT1GLES. UEGUSSES '' , v. .f i Wholesale Com missions ; s ANOTHEK fiEVMOVE! ,. : I'" LIQUORS !. OPEX EVERT DAY from 6 a.m. till H P m. up-hi- ITOBAOO O. r t PURE WINES .npu W - Proprietor.' CLARK, .. Iiettl 11 carf out, wpi.i hmve aiiotit hind brand nn left hip, a little Wli.truv rue alt-owe liny drk frtotj I1H1I yifurs old Mifj2 . lot-tNo m.ir.ii a h.ilier on hin putt, In or lirnnds, very heavy tail, iririuir tntormatlon atO l-Anr norooii 1 will a ot reward receive found, tb.y in" OTAR RESTAURANT ns 1 i ruAtr.iMiii &itJiivii AXO 1 SpeehU - tl; rnn Cooked Afeats sold by the pound, Lauch v " it up to order for Ton nets. j, D. J. OBirriTII9,vlroirletor.? 4 rr! wia bomlv raine - TUB CHAHLM A. VMIKUIt CO. soft-heart- ed -- ( ': HOW 8TATK ROAD. NK.Ml IllNtiHAM JuiM'liou, a imr ol ,Jnn sct,iie tnnn i OYSTERS COOKED any; WAY f YOU LJKK THEM. Rheumatlsmrrtearalq la, Sciatic, .. -- t likULaUl 2UkJ U. ing-hous- '. M, l I . p.m., 45U. Other Meals from - S5c to Wets. mr BEST THE ALUtWKT AFFORDS.? i' UV0 LLJ-- FOREIGN. ng .. ng BUAIXESS FAILCKES. Dry ' l. - ... - ts V - 5IEALiS AT ALiIj HOURS. - . ' FIRST SOtivrt ST., WEST. M ns," er IN :GwfHIB7 RfflAURM " i. h'.!- ."" , PnecriatlMnetrcfulltoomposavimi.. , 1 j. If r " "' ' ' : l fl'-- -- - . i'l Hrf-Eas- . ' ' !l ' M Opened plaoa t Store, on taa eorwr o' Seoswl tHit and Street, lbs publwaraonrdialiy loriieC, - . r"" and Apoth ecaIdah' rtf Druggist In tbe OM ota new Bat j The trial of the philinthro 1st Mrs. THOMAS M. ARGAIL & CO., sw bchock is dragging its unwiel length 0 2 Ton Wagon Scale, S40- 3 Ton, $50. Included r-- Ala? along, and promises disclosures eclips MoBufctnrer of - , 4o H. 0, BciuM 'iBx 8 ing tne wildest action of Dickens or eany other author. Christian and moral C MENS' IbOYS The "Ltttlo Detect fv- 4 ta. to 25 AND Chicago is shocked, and the plausible pound, $X benevolence and disinterestedness of rORQESt TOOLS. &o f Mrs. Schock will i"confldencs" it no Another VefUea of the Killing ' Best Forge Mad for light Work, StO. more. are the ,So Carey. that gullible 683 BROADWAT, 401b. Anvil n1 Kit of Tools $10 It has become necessary to public a Com mere lal Treaty Between fsnaln F.rnc. mm HM Ui mmt olng 14 JoM. not so organize charitable much for society, Mnd otter Vfcr dr licit, alms-giviid the ITnlied Hlatea. as to warn the. ;i.iftrm -uwU V0WLE8. JOBlfE. KBdooed Prfc Wt in jifagainst indiscriminate giving' and The Caar ef all the Knaalaa Jieeelved the wiles of begging impostors. After She In the Shoulder. it must .be admitted thit there Is all, & TURNER BRINCKERHOFF, CO, Chrissomething grand and sublime Inrevela-latloThe Sltnatlen In Ecypt x io IXutne Ht'New TmrU. ' in the face of the tianity when, and the impositions s j prevaJOHiC NEEMES & C0M Slannfactnrers of and Dealers in COTTOS O'Den nella Crlnae. lent every day, people will still continue i ' Saii iit)CK,i Woodberry," Dmid Mills. :i ;; ... -to give. , .: Kilhemi'S" and other favorite brands, ail V ilASVFACTUllISU Dcblix. 4. United Ireland says O' numbers Hard, Mediant and Soft..1 Donnell was not acquainted with Carey j ' SCJTDAY OB8KRVANCE. i on the voyageirpm England to the Cape SUCK FQH 0VERALLS.BL0E.BRQW1.QB 1M THE GQET We are on the eve of a warm discus- of Good Hope. He was not a member COTTOS Caktass of all nnmbera 14 to J50 sion on Sunday observance lu a religi- 01 any society; recognized Carey by a inches wide, for JDeck, Car, Trunk and ous way. Dr. Ryder has taken objecwood cutjwhich he saw at Capetown.-anand Wagon Coverings, Machine Apron tion to t he Sunday exhibition of a work resolved to kill him. He Intended for other purpose, constantly in store and t of art known as the panorama of to go with him. to the farm to Port made to order. -This had told him he will admit of Elizabeth, which Aftent for U. S. Banting Co., stanaaw ana "tagie, uy ine vase or ies i)uniiiyr debate. But asquestion and thus show there church arragements was going to take,Carey Zi. au v. i can uooaa do Ouf Gond are kept by . C. M. t.. Hi Branch at ootainea These now exist there is not accommodotlon was no spot where Carey could be safe: iivcc u J deaici genraily in the Territory. for more than half the population of Finding himself, however, alone with ' d,d8IJr Chicago. - Most of the congregations Carey, he could not resist the desire to j are established on a club basis, and kill him. Carey perceived his danger RUSSELL & ERW1I MANUFKCTOHIHS 60. anil aom - I Irt vaii tnjiiv rnv any outsider presenting himself at serof Builders and Manufacturers other) REN3WK vice would be looked on in the light of O'DonnelJ replied: "Yon are Carey, W lRTiCLE OF a rude intruder. And none of these the informer; tonen with you." The fashionable churches have been opened bullet sped with the words, and the for a stranger's service in the morning deed was1 done. Carey clutched his muehihe uo Larfl. scbews. Pare Refined or evening. If we want to hear one of own revolver, but too late. ' O'Donnell ihqi uu bbisbjood these learned divines we must wait till fired two shots, and Carer crawled to St., ana xi anaI 4. 4o, aUS47awlL Hamoert 2o Read St he takes to the rostrum, and: then for the deck. Nobody saw tne encounter halt a dollar we can hear the word. except OSDonnell's companion, who threw her arms around him and filled Conn., U. 8. A.j Factories 5ew Britain. the ship with cries. He told her that For aie by Z. C. M. L and Branch atoiea. morning he meant to kill Carey, and t would hang for it. When MrsJirey CORRESPONDENCE. said to reached the scene, O'Donnell G. K. SHERIDAN & CO., naa to ao it." "i her, PrHrrealve InaUtntlena Am hy 69 THOMAS ST., SEW TOBX, '..shot In the Sbealder. Fire Brotherly Help. t MOUNT VERNON Vienna. . The latest version of the accident to the Czar is as fol ; . ". Snowvillr; Dec; 81, 1883. recent Czar was returning on the The lows: .."a. Fl'BUC SCANDAL. i' 'i afternoon 01 Dec. lTtn Editor DmrelXeies: to uatscntna One usc from a shooting excursion, acA Chicago paper Is devoting a con one , The year Justcloslng has palace been of f aXatay desired, Im tkm M'ltur. ALL WIDTHS COTTON CANVASS. siderable amount of space to the pri general peace- - and prosperity for our companied br his snite.ln eight sledges. 01 servants. Aimougn vate letters of one of the Pacific rail little settlement. It is presided over with a number d was coming on,the partynotlc-eroad magnates. Certainly these letters by an energetic, competent man. The darkness X JC; FAIRBANK & Co., six men, apparently peasants. reveal a system of public business that people generally enjoy the spirit of Theahead BATES REED & COOLET, Czar's aides drove forward and or Is not at all flattering. And when one their religion. A number of residences to clear the way. The deredthemen manner which In the new to comes examine been settlers have several built, of Jobber and Tot Sak bv Z. C. M. I. and its Branch Importers saluted the officers, and appeared these letters came before the public, it have come in- the past season. We men Humti ant Dealer Generally. to obev the order, but when the Czar's Is a question whether the lady who thus have a new tithing granary nearly comr .dlOSly Goods, sold Silks & Fancy wun mem, mey " of sieages came on a level out the correspondence pleted. private wneeiea arouna ana nrea at Including a full and complete line of un cnristmas nignt tne Laaies' ue- - suddenly her dead husband, or the Journals who the Czar thrice and two of them ran officials ief Society gave a party In the meet bought it, or the Government LOUIS TRADE. toward him. The horses drawing the Print, Ginghams, and Domestics, e, man with which the was or well whom it attended, Involves, $43, S45, 87 Broadway. 90. K, and M Leonard imperial sledge became freightened and we whom it originated It. is indeed a the R. S. parties being the best galloped some hundred paces, when Street. which of the bad lot is the have. "Z'O'lC' questionCzar was thrown out of the sledge. to these letters lobWe have a Tv M. and x. Lii M. I. A. the basest. According A bullet lodged In the Czar's shoulder. ll Myers Totacco Cp'y In Washington was work, in a prosperous condition, having kept The bying i Czar's followers immediately and required an ironwill to accom- up our meetings on Sunday evenings, mounted HEMPHILL, HAMLIN & CO. toe sieage norses ana ioiiow said conjointly all last summer. Our Sab ilanuacturert o 1 plish, it successfully.. When all Is done who escaped to a bath school ana tnmary Association ed the assassins, and done, that can be said and neighboring wood, owing to the depth CARPETING, about the matter, the basest part of the are also In excellent condition. We of SttDEE. CLIP'PEB. CQHSEB STDIE, snow, the pursuit; was a fruitless whole transaction will fall to the lot of also have a sjood day school in session, one. FL0Q3 OIL CLOTHS, DMJSGETS, MATS, IETC The pursuing omcers ventured not had who Ballanj.4i-S. luss woman, by the other taught Brands misguided of Ejuf o ciock. too far and have not returned. The j between 1 ana Geo.-DalJW2 A S44 BROADWAT, sense enough, not to mind the fidelity, LAstnignt. Telegraph.l referring to the foregoing, to the flames or a sad misfortune befel Bro. to consign these letters savs whether the story is true or un burnan a young man of this place, in the nox rest to ior the to strong family -For Sitle U Z. C. JI. I. and Branch Stores. diuuubiu, his house ana contents How true, 11 maras tne revrviai 01 executive other generation. ing of fire originated is unknown, no one undoubtedly. The Nihilistic Our Goods are kept by Z. C. M. I.J and the committee promised to give the present SAD 0TOBIXS. its rirancn Mores. i being in the house at tne time. a fair trial. - No constitution and TV. a Hri Sadie Eav who shot a man This morning a subscription ust was Czar 1. 31. 1101SEY MTC CO., no reform have been although little time ago for talking too started for the relief of Bro. Daly anda all were promised. granted, The trial, mere BUCKLEY & CO., here some with the headed a by set Bishop family, has precedent freely about her, Minufacturtn and fobbar f subscription of $10. Quite a number of fore, is ended. which appears to be taking hold of the the brethren have responded liberally. lEaryvtlan Isentsv - Importers and Jobber of minds oi ieiuaies Biuiimnjr Li MPS AND FIRE ENGINES, your readersbro- S Mrs. pert the i in this .state, Wishing you and Alexandria. 4. The vamruard of El a farmer, and the. mother of a Happy New Year, ! remain, yourLead Pipe and ftibeet Leswd. Cava Mahdi's array has arrived at Elalm, on Hcbd. in Wu. the William ther Gospel, named man a shot the Blue Kile.: large family Plumbera' and Kteans Pipea, for asserting an intimacy with her. The populace on the island of Masso- ' Itay titter Braas Good a, Blt of lynching her, talked friends Red! Sea, coast; destroyed the Kay's wah. WHITE GOODS, Etc., but public sentiment is too strong in Centlnnatlen ef the Aeeeont ef HAc. dyke uniting Inn, Uoee and Faektlna;. the island With the In No. 840 Broadway. both her favor. It appears Kay a B. Tewnsr and H. lana. ...,;,u. lahers afenary of a number before and h. In Sent evant the J. was he A that maintained Implements, T , stoutly j; b. BRADLEY. with the woman, Editor Detcret Xnei p criminally j intimate ttSCE WIRE, BARBED WIBI. she drew a revolver and whereupon Since writlmr vou last I have visited I Sad JCtc . abdomen. story fBSCIXO, in the him shot lc, PECK BROTHERS & CO., In truth, and better let it go without Raint David and ths settlements an the River. We remained five days in comment. But saddest of U sad tales Gila had a pleasant time visiting David? St. of State our ' ' from comes ilanvfacturirt neighboring ana naming meetings. the with saints snst Mrs. Johnson the of ': .f:.-:TfIndiana that from & STEIM. Albuquerque to t. CIS Traveling the WHTEi FOB if PI WQBl 1 ITFl Poor woman, inndeUtyln MM the first running water seen af rvlrl all sympathised with, the ter sex can be at nnor lenvintr the Rio Grande Del Norte creature would be JOBBERS IN ,...i. rf thiii' rearo. wepassea mrouga she has admitted that was tne santine such, Tls true ue ex-of many very valleys, out wun most to her way Influenced give mesmerism PLUMBERS MATERIALS, occasional of versprings, She ception tk friend of her husband. are smau, tuej axe ucsmure the last that she was not at, wiucn iatpd to s water. verji 71 Btfkmaa Street, if ner vrri iuib ruu si of i,...rt loua. ana Who ir&iit xrlossy, luimiant r The San Pedro Valley was nrst set husband's The this. . ; .nMMrtj uiuov dm'I" in November. 1877, by Philemon C. and wary tresses of aband&iit, be commented tied matter may mart in the Merrill: and six families. There are n harsh v. but a healthy public opln must use Refer by permission to David James ' Salt beautiral 336 souls' In the valley belonging to Lake Cit Ion must conaenui uiuuemj ia.ui.i- - now rLYON IIATIIJlIRON. This the . Church, and some between two ana must be maintained or mons." There are iiv acres of land in the elezantJ cheap article fchrsTf k Btt will crumble into dust. But three thousand msies ibe ILalr groir freely of St. David that can be cultl wretcli llenrv who be vicinltv .k.tonnhiA : the stock ranere In comparison vated to and Fine ,rmp Cast, keeps it troia nwxigOfHec his friend In this way oughtNO with the small amount of farming land trayed . i...-i- rl a nnhlic nnrior out. Arrests and cures craya on hand U almost nnlimited. St. David has 2' Constantlyknown doubt a good deal of false, sympathy mod and Justly celebrate ness. nous weU built SUX. reiaoTes dandruff and school district to rrui has been metea out r.f aHrw , the town la about eleht a ttchxnsJ and this 'proportionate nilles from Benson railroad Btatlon,ai:d i,nwt X io p- - TJ 3ST IE5 mmiomnat on extenaea to tae ou want tlie bes All n l euro stroiisr. ieiTiiis It; a curllss j on the east bank 01 tna is injunuu w AEvrrcAi ints rU? Ask for E. C. Slmaiea HEM bhastixo. transjcressor. v tendency and keenins it ia tmwt deserv,,, is male the white VAIRXAWir.DVCK, . tne Aloadav lotn the v iouowing nit., r rvsx. eiuw and nartv left t. Louts , for lima, our any desired rsitioii.. Beau inir or lust cnasusement. jeljEctbic her of bane sins, the suffer Hhouid Yon Want the Beat SHEEP ind the Gila River, tiful, healthy Hair is the sure aU the principal at- la sTlTan dnnbtf ul whether this c f. I. law of principal settiemenr onwife "HEAR nadef . . .rnillTI . amv. . Aafct for HKE3I . and child ; result or using Ji&m&iron. . viz: Young, Brigham cases Stov-seduction in compulsory marriage o. oriAlTTER DOI BLE AKCII RPatW u. mi B. CLAWSOH. Af nt rresiaent xjtyton, rijruiu to is not conducive public immorality. son. Joseph' G. Allred, Philemon C: 'I take tLtr. - Wm. D. Merrill. Jno. 8. and TB-Bishop i TABirrQtTJCSTtOX. 1 Thebei noU Steel 8BOVELS Read, Nelson P. Th nrtiitiral world promises some Johnson, Calvin AbES are made hy SlSUaOXS Clifford, Joseph Layton and thimr hvelv In the near future. . Thismvseii. HARDWARE CO ST. LOOS. coffla make top aboot ith. win tarltf business great' Although tntK-- la satd n.cliMSlt Our trio was not . Terr eruoyime as mntinn in ths next iTCBioeBtiai cam : of a U Ttomrt tall to "Jy wind blew most of time and it was the H the no but U doubt ha. There th. .ubjoo pairn. cold In comparison witn tne very site :Lt'EBJIK mm WEED SCTTHE. pcibletbat eaUnedyoerattenMoa.baa some formof ... bkiii 111 ne weather which had previously pre thAlp U iop si PERioE a. mviiii ckuiiuu.; ilAtAanf nrirn itv anythlnaj iuq since arriving in Arizona. r U&t In his reins. Whsjnj UiU tromlncnt journals are aavocaung re vailed nsuxA Xarbe. p On the afternoon 01 tne izm we ar a as but themselves. raHo nnt for Scrofulous plat la develops Smlthcalled rived at Pima, formerly aU AXES. IIATCTXETS and nther vac form of Khtumt lim, form sure to nnng success the or la EropUena, ui- mc These papers claim that Tllle, but cnangea on account 1H,E TfOEn, .POCACET UJJflTEm, rvamwt.in Its to authorities recognize refusing not 10. postal neur. form widest free-trais sues .wi4 terrible, thousands KlVSOM and"; SHKABS. henrtoar that name. During our stay. ucrc wc yearly do, that only save tne country, du wic parvy Trade Mark ef KEES AtCTTEm who discover, as visited the country both up and down is that party it provided that adopts V l PEBIOB the Gila. Saturday and Sunday, the any Etovcs, not the Kepuoucan. iae iuww iKth and teth. we held meetings. Dur or rather disappoint The above Oeeds ran he Purchased may circumvent e. ing our stay on the Gila .the following In this the wheleaale Hardware Dealers will thoroughly eradicate this evil from the their ifopponents Jtbol- - Bishops and Counselors were set apart ; were ad orted a nlatfonn w ,v e ev wht r s r t Bait Lake and Ogdea W. D. Johnson.Bishop Of St, Darid; . i:fl --HKrmt air as health' ishlng internal revenue anaj impoauig a yenu.-- i ; dies ly Jno. ;, Curtis ; ef Monroe Curtis. Bishop with it w nTrsolid M, Moody, Bishop of Thatcher; Jorgen tariff .for provecviou - : Ci- the blood " I am would keen the South j, ETC. 1 Aran's Saxsataei1.ua. the Jorrenson, Bishop of Graham; Joseph wvonnf nrinsr States f ,k.and a Democratic success ofwould of W &rd to be orgarj-e- d duff, Bishop North, bV certain. This lswhat thv Republiadjoining Thatcher on the West i John Dr.J.C.Aycr&Co.,Uwell,Mai. 1st Counselor to Bishop of would Taylor fear. they tor Thongh can papers bottle, 1st dtiy. rhmnr to err whisker for notS- - Pima ; Wm. Ballard and John Sims, wr-t-ia TnE PURE JTJICE OP Sold hy allDrugrlsU; tLm female the and 2nd Counselors to Bishop of t unfaithful the like but Ing. I TIIE GRAPE ; Andrew Anderson and J. L. Wilof drunkard must learn to take care son 1st and Sad Counselors to Bishop t,tmwif or ret outoL the wT- - There t-cl Graham. .ta norunotor turn .Miontv sober, men Whatever ;H: We also blessed and set apart a num party r drunkard's place. V II NOttxa srRisa will ber ot uucers 01 tue neuei cQC)v.at deals sweeping with protection; Ms coal Sunday school. Primary and kill ltsen ana aemgnuuw am w Associations.'fol The ImTr9vsroent I of the industrial Interests cot'try.-rbrethren. Tlx J: E. Brice, oortAin that a rrtdual about 3 ;o Iiwia? young a ir.A la tLe efci toeneit i,.oix.a a. liua. A.. Ik. rfuuo, U. jvtav H hist removed te hia sew and eommodl. protective tarLS wiil fha cnnntrT. hilt In OUT h."St tO ChftS thews. Jas Larson. A.J. Dod?, MM. eeartera, Just Berth ef the f Jamea waere be wu kere a rail aad F. Norton. most Allred, ereedv monopolist.-nuthi Well selected stock ef City be careful that we are not chastising East, Benj.Pcil and John V Johnson Salt t9ry pure Cahforola Wtnas pot up m Two p.rQ."Oox.VS25 v.-! ... were t selected to. stndr the Port. Cftw Desna laob, eonahtm ' - .yrc.- -- Ir Jr,, ctoi nnwrves. . . . -Airesur auuiunss V l aa f xor j ana and and StgnMusa. jaoguaf feUra, f herry, Zlofantei, Bahla .td Industries is apparent, xHsslon Xsinanites. to the prepare cnt Braxdy, f these were to a i 'I extensive suspension ataklog la aU 24 bottles (Sh .oer were wJ .p to Is ctaers of sn-dAt: t li te? take ind wpt Salt tmiloo) Aod.deltvereA in Uka, plccom;red to wicMh fcf bar tn this uU.a, IsTt tie present 1 trouble aVew 1TSM avAnsaH fee Ten XkelAare. ''rl da a 'unr Sle, ' - "I' the pressed! a willingness to labor forVal-iev best of their abilities. : The Gila is located in Graham County. Ari zona. The soil is very fine and it is claimed that twenty acres will produce equally as much as fifty in Utjh ; that is, provided two crops are raised, and this can be done, as the seasons are long. Corn. 16 to 18 feet has been rais ed, and water melons from nf ty to seventr pounds weir tit. It is estimat ed that there are from 40,000 to 60,000 acres ot good land in the valley. The Gila river was thought to be fully as our large as the Weber by most of con party. l . thought there was a in size in siderable difference favor of the (Weber.) Much of the land has been taken op by and in many cases our people have r purchased rather than on no locate lands ; with water on them and still covered with brush. Bishop Jos. K. Rogers and a few families settled in the valley in April,! 1379. NearlySWO souls belonging to the Church are now located there. There have been many cases of Chills and fever in the Gila and Han Pedro vallevs. but it Is claimed that there Is no danger of either, provided the people locate on the bench land. . On thei 18th ult., our party started on the return trip to St. David, via San Simon and valleys. ore nne Springs These valleysSulphur for stock-raisibut of very little value for settlements, on account of the lack of water. Their extents as near as may be, are 20 br 80 and 30 br 120 miles respective ly- - Thei Southern Pacific railway runs through both of them. I parted . with Brother Young and! for home on the 20th, at the started ranch ofj Brother Win. Fife (formerly of Ogdeik), in Sulphnr Springs Valley, On my way home stopped in San .Luis Valley, Colorado, and lield meetings at ManassaL Ephraim and Klchneld. Found the people in excellent health, ana learnea tnat tney naa an exception'' II. J. Grant. ally good harvest. ltmommomM. Atxxgigaf Tore father's &&r has come and rom. Nearly, at all the celebrations of this event, something has been said about AiormoBlsm. u. these celebrants had a little more sharpness, thev could ben efit? their forefathers by a study ef Mormoaism. A few years more and who will be left to celebrate the forefather's da v.-- Not . the descendants of these, for they are already 'fast disappearing, and unless they pay more regard for' the family, the puritan or pilgrim of the near future will be an Irishman or a German. One of their spea kers admitted that the founder of wu a New England man and a and if be had added congregationallst, we on 'til wun pront ioiiow in nu footsteps, "ne would have said the wisest thing he could say In that after-dinn- an Made umox l WtACD. A9TI-MOKM- - " r - loud-mouth- ed I i STIR UORSE , ' r. i " IS A , 1883. 1 - Stock luuikct jjemer an m t Lkaf lArjni Oif Jon. 1'rice i.uu and MoalOiog lioCL-ut iree upon application, ' lie- l ,iy.am Chicago, Dec. j Editor Deaaret Xeus U Mantel, 1'rtrt, Otttrch fltih, Aialra SUiir'j 'tailing, Balustmrt, JiTvteals, EVc ' 4 I1 ; j - - I '1 " i "" - 'I -t ; A BUDGET OF JOtWB A3TD COXMXiVTfl , NEATLY M8HID Ur. ji BLHDS, jEOTrT,TTTTGh, '.v- , x T OUR ClLtCAOO LCTTTS. 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