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M ai I E. A Matinee i underlined for Saturday. Wo Lopo tho weather Mill be propit oils that the juveniles, and familios generally, liiay bo ablo to attend and have a pood t.lnO. - THE EVLN'LN'U NEWS. ttrduetday, I clrnarj 16, 1S70. '.sC'i.vr.sD Death." Under this Lead-ing our cotcmporarr, tuo, f'dcit J"cfio, of'sunday last, contains antxcellent article showing up &omc of tho evils rising from tho us-- of tho painted impo candy. The whole article i well worthy perusal by all and especially by parents. We ex-tract the following, concerning som f the principal material used in the con ( osi-tio- n cf this deleterious compound, with which many of our children are so liber-ally supplied: 'Terra Alba, or white earth, which costs in New York about one and a half cents per pound, is used extensively instead of Biifrar; particularly in tho manufacture of white lozenges, which, Uavored with pep-permint, or stamped with mottoes, are im-ported in great quantities, and find a ready sale, especially among young gents who go to evening parties, and w ish to blend con-versation and candy in a neat and pleasant manner. Gum drops are a favorite :u for tho exercise of the gums u" the risiujr generation.and even graudmamand grand-pa- p will 'gum it' occasionally. Consider-able interest will no doubt to imparted to tueir mastication when wo inform theui that glue instead of gum arabie enters largely into tho composition of the gelatin-ous 'drops' in question. The dclicito llavor of tho fancy sweets which many of our young ladies think so nice, is produced, commonly, by rank poi-sons, l'eaeh llavor is obtained lrom fusil oil, which is very poisonous. I'ino apple llavor is in ado from very rotten cheeso and nitric acid. Hitter almond llavor comes from unadulterated prussie acid: and many other poisonous substances are used to imitate tho llavor of fruits from which no extracts can bo obtained. The pretty colors which make fancy can-dies o attractive to tho eve are derived from verdigris, chrome yellow, 1'arisKreon, Berlin blue, Tonka beans, aniline, sublim-ate of uiureury, etc., either of which is a deadly poison," und even when taken in very "smalt quantities is exceedingly in-jurious. Now, mothers, leinetnber when you civeyo'ir littlo ones this pretty, and rare-llavor-stull' you put xufiarcJ death into their mouths. There is no doubt that many infantile disorders which have of lato years been developed in our com-munity", could be traced to tho poisonous matter introduced into their tender frames under the disguise of candy. LOCAL AND OTHER MATTERS. Thkah'.i-.vl- . We have seen "Men of, the l)ay" better played here than it was !ait night, a "hitchiness'' and slowness marking its performance, especially in tho first and second acts. Mr. Graham's I'.obin, Mrs. M. G. Clawson's Mrs. Wi'.briar and Mr. Mar-jett- V JiMnes were 'i i i'!y v. oithy of men-tion. Mrs. K.iiui.i - :.' Krrno Kiu;o;"Miss i ;iv'daiic; and Mr. Herns' 'l.ove anionic ;i!( Kwse" each roieit lan cii''. !. 'J lie larce w ent very well. 'I his c yen in;- - Mr. ltarri tikes b'iefit and presents i t the tirst timo hero "The White liursH of tiio Ivppes," appearing !iinis:f as tlie Imtch M jjor who has got the IVpper property and becomes as desirous lo j4't riit of it. Kate lenin will personate Agatha; Mr. Wilson will play Colonel Ches-ort- ui l'ejpper and Mr. Lindsay Gerald Pep-per; w hue the other characters arejwcll dis-tributed. It will be followed by the splen-did burlesque, "Ixion,"' cast as when played before, with iis songs, dances, p ins an I f in. "Shoo I'ly" t" tho beuelit It should not bo forgollcn that this is the !.i- -t week of the season. I'll I'riday night, Manager (jir.o will be the recipient of a grand, complimentary l in. lit rcvioin to liis retirinir from tho management of the Theater. Wo are sure his friciuN, and their name is legion, will turn out in strong force and make the oc-casion the event cf the season. An excel-lent bill will bo presented, and it will be the last night but one the theater w ill be open. Murk auout thk Mails. At tho risk of becjuiinx tedious to our readers, we liavo determined t insert in the News every authentic caso of mail d(ilin.iueney tarnished us, believing this to he oue of the surest means of havini; this cu lability remeded. J l'1'ho following case, iuv.'iviii-- , t ) a poor man, a loss of thirty or forty dollars, is au-oth-shameful, aud wo believe, wilful in- - Uiri'e,of what looks like collinion in direl-icllo- n of dutvoirtho part of the Post Ofliee ollleials: Ziox's r.i- - .!! r. i n 1; Mi:k. m 11.1: J.vs- - 1 TITION. s.m.t Lake C'rrv, February Pith, lsT'J. J'.Jili'r l( m( Sen-- Iear Sir: In con-uucti-with other mail rievMices, noticed by you lately, I desiro to call your atten-tion to tho followint,': .Mr. .laiiies Frown milled at the Wasatch post olliee. on tho .'th inst., a letter containing au order for sroods. I did not receive tho letter until the 1 "ith inst., although it was plainly ad-dressed "Mr. Crompton, at tho Wiioiesalo i Store, Halt Iake City, Utah,-- ' l.havo infiuirod at tho post oilu'e here every day during that time. This piei o of culpable carelessness on tho part of some-body has cost Mr. lirown at loast thirty dollars, becauso he did not receive the oods ordered, and supposing the letter was lost he came here to make inquiry con-cerning it, tho delay, traveling expenses Ac. costing him tiio sum mentioned. Other mutant-O- of the same kind, I am informed, are frequently oceurin. The mails, for malesi, are evidently in a very unhealthy condition, and need tho immeili.ito atten-tion 01 "I !.'' Wickizt-r-. i;esjectl-u!ly- , S. I'. t'KUMI'TON', . ' - Comi'I.imknt R. We take pleasure iu publishing the annexed correspi lulence.tho complimentary beuelit tendered beinir a simpio mark of appreciation of tho long and valuablo service of Manager Caine in con-nection with the Theatre: Sai.t J,akk City, February ":h, 170, .foiix T. ('aim-:- INi;.: I'earSir. Uiulersiandiuj; that tho thea-trical season will close this week, and that you are about to retiro lrom the manap;o-me- nt ot tho Theatre, wo desiro to express our appreciation of the excellent manner iu w hich you have so long catered for public gratification and amusement, by tendering you a complimentary beuelit on su'-- evening as may be convenient. Fespeetl'ully, S A Mann. (leoA Hmit.h D II Wells, "rson Pratt. Sen.. U K Maxwell. .1 M Mooro, .1 (i P.iirler, Warren Hussey, Wm It Pace, Theo F Tra v. Silas H Smith, (.'has F Smith. Albert K Thurber, A W White, II V Maight, Theo M Mori. J S Ormsby, M I, John Lollin, S S Walker, .lames I rvine, I' I. Stevenson, Dunford A Son-- , .lohn Cunniugton, .loseph 1! Walker, t'harles S Smith. 1! G Kayboitld, M H Walker, I.ouisC'ohn, S Kohn, 1 F.ngler, folia Kahn. r H Farratl, Thos Taylor,. Wm Jennings Henry Sadler, oodmansee A l'.ro., Anthony trod be, XatSteiu, ltassett ,V Uoberts, John Needh ai 1, K N Allred, Heo W C'roi heron. II P Hout, John Taylor. Krastus snow, eo Cannon, Orson Hyde, II W Naisbitt, S W Sears, H S Featie, James Phillips, t.eorgo Teasdale, Marshall A t arter, (ieo Crisnion, Wm Sloan .V. Co, I, S Hills, Hooper.Fldredge A Co, llrigham Jos F Youngjr, Smith, W Woodrutl'. SolHiegel. 1. V. Jlarrington, Goy. S. A. Mauu, l'rest. Geo. A. Smith. Mayor Wells, Hon. v. Pratt and others: Gentlemen: Your complimentary favor of yesterday has been recoivod. Tho sentiments therein expressed are very hiirhlv appreciated. Friday evening next, Feb. ltli, has beeu set apart for my bonclit previous to retiring from the management of tho Salt Fake Theatre, when 1 hope to present an entertainment well worthy the patronage of the public, and shall be most happy to see my friends present. Yery truly, yours, Suit Ijike C John T. (' visi. itv. Feb. p., is;,,, Illvstrated Almana, - If Vou want a beautiful illustrated almana'.-- , Frank Fes-lie- 's for 170 is just the thing. It contains many beautiful engravines and a lare amount of entertaining reading matter. It can be purchased at Dwyer's news depot. HPRiN.iViLr.K. Fro. W. Framhall, writing from Sprinpvillo iiilbrais us that things in that region are moving along finely. The store is in full blast, the public square has been fenced iu with a six foot picket fence, the meeting house has been similarly enclosed. There ar live day schools well attended, also four newaehool houses being built, which, when completed, will accommodate S'K) cholars. California Trade. LOCKE MONTAGUE i imivi.tkm or mm, STOVES ana RANGES, Hollow lVnrc, Tin Ware, dc.; Nr., 111 111 MATTERY BT., SAN FRANCISCO. LAZARD FRERES, Imr i tors of i rorf igi L Domestic, Staple it Fancy SHY GOODS. Hosiery, Furnishing Goods, ?AIirKTSi Kto. Depot o tlneils Vannfar-ture- d by "MTSrilO.N' A I'ACIKi'J WOOI.F.N MiLLH lONSOLIUAlKD'' MXb. SAN FRANCISCO. lMtria: 2s It u ite I.'F.elilqnlor. GADOLPHELOW&Co., Xo. COS California Street, cAn mr Cisco, oal Importers of . CHINESE, EAST INDIA, JAPANESE & GENERAL MERCHANDISE; Have constantly en hsnd the following: C HIM 11" S, JAPAN TEAS, rrx- riiti, amikih tx roJArrYEAE, OFFEE, CITS N A SIATTI.S, ATTMECN, Rud all oilier Sl'IdS, Elt. d;-4- A. I'iy wurd, A. N. Coleuit" KAYWAKU C COLEMAN, Importers of OEVGE'S BRILLIANT EXCELSIOR OIL (In patent cms,) Lubricating Oils, lA.I'S AM) LAMP NTOCM. Ai'-n- n 1'pcltle Powder Mills' ninstlng ami SporilUjj Powder. No. H FRONT HT., tl in NAN I'BAKIiKVO, CAI. 1850. 1S70. i-- ii i : DESERET NEWS. - m - - CEORCE Q. CANNON, EDITOR. PIONEER PAPER OF THE EOCKY MOUNTAIN COUNTRY. DESERET EVEfilNG HEWS HAS Au Extensive and Iuereosiug CirouSalion, AND AS A NEWSPAPER AND ADVERTISING MEDIUM Has already gained gret.'popuarlty ITS COLUIKNS CONTAil Full Telegraph Reports, Reliable Local Ite:i:, noma Corret.pouJoaci , Foreign Correspondence; KJiieatlonal, Arlcultura'., r.nllway an. I Pomctic StfVi And, once a week, UUcourses of tbe First Presidency and of the Twelve Apostle. m - - ;Tllr' DESERET NEWS, SEMI-WKEKL- Y, rriiMSHFi) EVERY TUESDAY MD SATURDAY, IS WIDELY CIRCULATED THROUGHOUT TRE CITY AD ALL PARTS OF THE TERRITORY, And has advantages which rommrnd It tf all who desire to get the nows of tener t hnu once a week. . JUKMW , . Mome leoplo '"toy comi-plete- ly olt th When au article Is had to il. muuy tuin.-.-; now lor our part we esteem and appreciate a preparation Just In proportion to Hie amount ol time and labor we can sve iy its u-- The RENOVATING MIXTURE will remove Willi l;(tl tioub.e, every particle i'! (ire:v or 1'f.u.! lioiu jour Coats, VebW, I'.iut.t, Hats, Pre.-.si-- Ac., without Injuring, In Hie luoM remote iiegree.the finest bkbrlcs. It Is alxo very useful lu removing the grease and dirt lrom door and Jams much used by kltcu-e- a hands. Besides this it will kill Bed Bugs as well as their eggs and Shampoo the head like a charm, creating a flue lather end removlog every vestage or dirt and dandruff In a twink-ling. It does the hair no harm belDg principally composed of Nitrogen the element which en-ters most largely Into the composition of hair. OIK WASHING COMPOUND Causes a great savlus of NOAP and as well as the wear aud tear ol clothing attend-ant upon m much washboard rubbing as Is usually necessary to bring tho clothes to a pro-per degree of cleanliness. Some women are In the liabltof using Tur-pentine, Alehol, Ammonia, Camphor tiuui, Ac. iu their washing fluids; but none of them ought ever to be used for huch purposes (one woman lost the use of her arm for six months y using a fluid containing Turpentine); The Turpentine and Alcliol especially tend to open the pores of the skin and thus render the person more liable to take cold as also to weaken the anus. This Compound does not hide but brightens Calicos. It Is well adapted for Washing Machines. LIQUID BLUEING. Most of the Hinting sold is poor stuff, leaving specks In the clothes. To avoid this, people snoiild purchase ours, ns It will he found much cheaper and ini'fe reliable. It is also a magni-ficent and durable HI. I F. I Mi. We desire our customers to understand, most distinctly, that wesro not the persons lo palm oft ou the public any spurious or Inferior arti-cles. To prove this we desire themio try our goods, and II they fall to give entikk satisfac-tion, we here declare our perfect willingness to take them back an 1 refund the means received therefor. Special attention paid lo orders Iroiu the oonntry. ABMs of Pay taken in Eiclianp! CALL. AT SNOW'S CMIKEU, Oiio lilock South of flie Theatre. SNELL BROS. 17-- 1 m marram aur-- MURPHY, GRANT&CO. brq ri- - ,v and Johbera of WBT &OODS, KANPOMK and BUSH STREETS, SAII FRANCISCO, - CAL. Are now offering to the Trade an unusually attractive stock: ot U SI 13 H TI H oft.ll kin. : ninl would call especial attention to their it si eel Importations lrom Knrope of I'l.VlI.S, nr.ui.vos. W.I'ACAS. roPMM, l.npltKS'4 I f.OTIl.M, l.f.KK AM VOI.ORF.O tili.HH, IIOSir.RT, wiiit: (oons, I fo., Etc., Klc. 8( !ecle.1 with n view of meeting the require- ments of his mnrket, all or which they offer at rales, lucurreucv or gold, xncer rtan if m i brpurctvwd in h'.utem Market. d30-ft- BUY THE BEST! iwiiasBagB' SEWING MACHINE In point of labor, there I tlie aauif dlf-fer- e nee between t hrriinir IIU a flnlL, or iihIdk a 'I'branina; Marbloe, that there I between wlni by liainl or nslii)f a eoxliewins Marbine. Inventive Oenlus save to inau Things pleasing to the slht, And such as inau has often wished Would make his labors llvtht : Then turned to woihhu with a smile, And maue her heart rejoice. For she lu every household sins Its prai&es with her voice. 'Tls the song. 'Tis the song, In eveiy house wherever 'lis seen. There's a song. There's a song. Of the beautiful Florence Machine. When woman tolled for dally bread, From early morn till eve. How many eyes were dimmed with tears, How many hearts did grieve? But now she has her ' household pet," And one to which she'll cling, For labor Is a pleasure now, And she can toll aud sing. 'Tls the song, 'Tls the song; In every horn wherever 'lis ice.i. There's a song. There's a song Ul the beautiful Florence Machine. In every home, In every land, Its praise is suug aloud. It works alike tor rich and pem , The hiimliio aud the proud; It is the pi fie ol every heart. And every woman's care, "Uoj bless the Florence Compaii) ," Is In every woman's prayer. I'm the sons, 'Tis the ton ; 1 n every home wherever 'I Is Seen, There's a so iz. There's a sons? l i!e beautiful Florence Machine. g lis fJI'-- s "Owing to rapidly lk' i.nsing bnslne, the Florence Company are now working two hours over time, running twelve hours dally. Fntll the completion of additions, which are now In progiess, to their larce factories, their agents are compelled to await their turn, as Incoming orders are registered and tilled lu the order ol their receipt." A'orthamptoii Hasa) Free Frets. Refering to the above, thersraneh office of tbe Florence company, beg leave tu a-- H the Indul-gence of those admirers of the Florence, whose ordorsare how on llient the Bait Lake otllee. We hope by the 1st of March, to again oiler a full supply of the various styles of these popu-lar Machines. til AS. N. II A II.MI. It, (irn'l Agfnt The Florence Sewing Machine, has no fancy combinations or other complicated attach-ments, it has no uncertain wire colls or wire levers. lis manufacture Is conducjed Viv a thoroughly Kf:sl0.Slltl.K COMPANY, aud in purchasing a machine yon need have no fear of ever being unable to purchase needles and other finding. The Florence Is the ONI.Y COMPANY that keeps lis machines In repair free of charge, no matter when sold or where. It Is our amultlon to have every Florence Ma-chine give entire satisfaction. The Florence lays no claim to cheapness, we aim at perfect finish, every machine goes through the company's adjusting room, and must then pass the Inspcuior's office, before going out to Agents; the least inaccuracy will condemn It. They are probably the highest priced Machine In the American mnrket, and being built of IIAKIIKNEI) Mil; I. by Mill.l.Kl WOKKHKN aided by all the appliances Unit ccaopmitmalescuarnateorlnwgittho tbheeavr.alIut eIs off ered at a price of ti e article, and can be broughtinto about as honest comparison with Its numerous CAST IKU.V competitors as a watch from Jergeuson or .Tacat, may be compared with the Nickel or Oroide offerings of a Chatham Street Mock Auctioneer. It Is a growing knowledge of these facts that has gained favor so steadily fir the Florence Machines, and made them the Universal favor-ites, wherever predjudlce Is laid asido and honest comparison made. That very excellent authority the American Institute, New York, awarded the FIKST I'KK. MIL'.M to the l l.t; It HM'K over Thirteen Competitor, an. I iu iiieir report the comm-ute very tersely remarked, "This is better than any oi Its class known to 'the Judge)." It may be proper to remark here that the Florence Machine of the present manufacture Is vastly Improved, aud tbe Urst of these Im-proved Machines ever olfered lu Utah are those sold at the Branch Ortlce at Salt Lake. Among the recent purchasers from this otllee, we beg leave to refer to the lollowing parllc.--: HATT LAKE CITY. John Sharp, Jr., Varrcn Hussey, Joseph Bull, Mrs. Spiring, Wm. Sloan, ('has. Htrobridge, Mr. Jerlmy (.'. Smith, W. I). lirown. Theo. Morf, J. D. Hawkins, Aliped Best, Mrs.Thoma, Jos. K. Taylor. CAMP iKn;i..s, Mrs, Sanno. I 'F.NTI'KVl U,F, Thos. Harris, Mrs. Shurtlai, Mr. Wood. FAKMIN'GTON". Daniel A. Miller, Wm. Miller, John I'ompton, oiibK.N. Mr. Tims, lice, Mr. Crawford, Mr. Kd wards. CACHK lOUMV. B.shop Wm. Budge, Moses Thatcher, J. 11. Martlnau. AMKIlli'AN FOIiK. Flshop Hanlngton, Mr. Nelson. PROYO. Jsaac Bullock. r.ATT i.v f ir.:: k. llfrnra Winters. 81'r.iNi.v.i.i.r. Lyman Woods, M. Pa. k nrd, Mr.Maycock, Martin T ty fir, Mr. Crandell, Mrs. tSteviuson. LEVAN. John Whltbeck. PAY.SON. J. Moore, Levi Colvlu, Martha Simon . ST. OF.OKQE. Col. Jackson. TOOF.I.K CITY. Jerry Whltehou-e- . I'htstia'td Priced Circulars mailed to any address. Branch Office Florence Sewing Machine Co., EAST TEMPLE ST., SALT LAKE CITY. CHAS. S: 1IAMMER, TO BENEFIT THE PEOPLE We ltuve ltcducetl tiio Price of onr Cnstorn-Jiad- e Kip Tap Sole IloofH to 5 per pair. ALL OTHER GOODS mOPOR-TIOX- A TEL Y LO W fca?" A Splendid Stock of Rubber Goods JUST FvECEIVEP. KXQUIRF. FOR THEM.' Solo Leather, 33c. per pound, Examine It. Harness do. 40c. " A prlmo article. Upper do. 35c. square foot Chicasolprlce. Wm. KLOAiY A C o., S!CN OF "SIC BOOT," HALT LAKE CITY. d;i7-t- f THE DESERET NEWS WEEKLY, Established .Tunc ir,18r,0, 18 ptTni.isiirn K VERY WKDSV.S I V . AND HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION CF A!!Y PAPER IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION. IT CONTAINS A SFMMARY OK THK News of the Week, Tefegraphle, Local, M Iscellaneous, Domestic audi Foreign News, Kdltorlnl Articles upon transpiring even I i, And Is, lu every particular, A Standard Household Journal. . . Terms lor lite 1hIIj : One copy, one year ...tui w; " six months...... C 00 " three months :; rA Term for I lie Ncml-- ccUIt: Oue copy one year ti 00 " six inontbs 5 0 " three months r. a. Term for I lie Meekly: One copy.oneyear f j 00 " six months.. :i 0, " three months .. 2 ( . THE NEWS Job Printing Office Ilavlng recelveil late F.XTEN'SIVK ADDI-TIUN- S to onr previously tarua Hiork, In the shape or TWO nrst-cla- (.OKIIOM Presses, great variety of PLAIN JD FJStV TVPE, FTC, ETC., Our Ofllce 13 now one ol the MOST COMPLETE IS THE WEST. We are preparei to do .11 kinds of Job Printing In the Beit Styles, WITH rROMTTNKSS AMD TlISPATCir, AND AT KKA.HONA11I.E KAIEt, POSTERS of all nW.m, from the smallest HANI) BILL, to the largest MAMMOTH, we are pre-pared to print. Hail I!ok1 Junction, OCS33 23 3ST OITY. OYKTKKN! OYNTE1CH!! rWOl'tll respectfuily Inform the citizens of and vlrtultv thai I lmve opened a BRANCH OYSTKH FEPoT on the West Klde oofnMain Street, Oden City, where the public procure the delicious hivalves.irled.stewed or raw; also Pips Feet, Calves Tongues, Hum Sandwiches tc., Ac. All orders for Fresh Ovsters by the case, prloilmvpetlmy etilled, at the lowest possible price, a call. .T. M. SIMMONS, CVku City, Fee. F.th, 11. d.'J-t- f Jas. Llnforth, E. I Rail, F. D. Kellogg Linfortii, Kellog & Rail, (.torc.Mi-- j f.i L. B. Renchlty Jt Co..) I?.rrOItTFK9 AND JOBBERS OK American, English and German HARDWARE1 Asrifitliurnl I in piemen la, a.ivi riiviivcj rr t h. K.-m- H atid 5 FKOST BTRKETl ., san francisco; 19-- ly BLANKS. 'V. ar now prepared to Fiipplv I'l'.or.ATE ? t.'oFUT l KrtTIFICATKs lor Titles nNo 1KF1S SSClTAHt.K FOR I'l'.O-BA- 1 K JL'l'CtLS AND MAYOILS OK fITIFsi under he Town Kile Law. For S.i'.e at the Feseret News Offick. diawlil-t- f M. GRAFF d: CO., Wholesale Dealers la FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries, S7 SOUTH WATER STREET, Matthew GrafT, 1 CHICA CO , Kolltn Hherman, dill 6m FAUST'S MSSLMERlPACKiCE and FREIGHT TRLWHii OM NIRC8SE3 will call at all the Hotels, and where onlertsl in the ctiy lor I'asHetigerH for the U.O.K.l: , Depot, In time for Trains, and will Transfer Fassougurs and Freight lo any part of the city. My messenger will be on ail Trains. Any article entrimteU to our cara will t o promptly delivered, In any part ot the city, at low rates. Leave orders nt Olllt-e- , at FAI'ST'.H STAP.I i:. or with my Agent. If. J. FAFST. (1U-- PETER SCHUTTLER, HAUON MASI'FACTUKEK, 224 Randolph Street, Office, Randolph Street. PTTTPAfin Uorner of Franltlln, LI11VAUU. d211 It CCTLEK3 aad GnNSMITIlS, l P.oti, Street. Opposite Faust's Stable stoves and Cuiieiy lWpulrea oa ahort notice 1 ioJ.:. takeu. dliWAUU BALTIMORE COPPER CO. Organised isi!. Henry Martin, I'refc't. No. 20 Mlll ll MKEI.T, UAI.TInORK r -- rhe.sers of Copper Ore, paying Cash tor sam.) ou aihuHtmcnl of weight auJ ansnv. ulM7-r- nt " Burnhams & Van Schaack, Wholesale DRUG, PAINT OIL A N,i CLASS Nos, 1 k 3 Randolph St, (Corner Michigan Avenue) ciiicicjo, . . iri.ixoi Orders filled Promptly nnd at Lowest Market Kale. dlJMy , CEASE to IMPORT I Wrapping Paw OF EVERT SIZE and In any ;deslred; quan-tity, of good quality, and AT AM 4 IIF.AP RATES AH TAX BE IMPORTER. Constantly ou hand at the Deiseket News 3iMee. Wo cau aupply Stores and all persona who iave use for thla article, on terma that cannot 'all to give satisfaction. -- Tue farther --Importation of WRAPPING PAPER In nnnecessary. dlSaw22-t- f ... Is also well supplied with all necessary facil-ities for the execution of F.Terr kind ol" Work In lint Department. We have lately received one of Hicoct's Improved EnliDs Machines, And are prepared to do EVERY DESCRIPTION OF RULING According to Pattern; or Order. LOHGSTREET & SEDGWICK Jlnnuiiictiir.-r- s of ami Wholesale Dealers in MEN'S k BOYS' CLOTHING & 443 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. J NO, K, IVWJ.KS, 'dCZ-l- y Woiuior Waknixoto Smokkp.s. if but half the following bo true, who would be a smoker in San I'raueisco, after readier it? "A writer in the S. F. Tribune says that three-quarte- of tho cigars smoked iu San Francisco, aro manufactured byC'hineso, and that, three-fourth- s of theso Chineso ci;ar manufacturers sutler from tho itch and leprosy, and have their hands covered with open sore-- . Tho most innocent man is, by smoking those cigars.always exposed to ai'earful mid loathsomo disease, which he can, even by a kiss, communicate to his wtfoor children.'' "KNm'ii'i) Oft or Ti m k." Tho Jaily Inland 1'nijnrc, of tlie It'th inst., contains tho following; "Last evening tho operator in tho tele-graph office in tliiscity was almost knocked out of timo by the coming in on his wires of more electricity than ho had bargained for. A seyero storm was prevailing be-tween hero and Virginia city, and tho wire was doubtless struck by lightning over in that vicinity, where they know no better than to have thunder slorius iu midwinter, and as a variety tho wires brought us a small charge, just enough to knock tho operator out of his boots. We desired to ascertain whether the storm was headed this way; but tho operator, wishing to have his socks left, thought it wise to de-sist from any further experiments.-- ' Fuovo. l'.ro, i. tl. Jtywatcr, called in He gives a good report of l'rovo. Tho people aro improving, and fool er the judicious guidance of IClder A. (. Siuoot. hand and rock are hauled and ready for work to commence ou tho now Tabernacle. A fino mill ii nearly completed. Between thirty and forty elders, in companies of two nnd three, are ileputod each week to visit and preach to the peoplo of tho various settlements every Sunday, and it is behoved that the people of County wero never so unit-ed or felt so well as they do at present.