NOTICE TO A.I.I.. ! If there are any persons in this city who are destitute of food, let them be i high or low, noble or ignoble, if they j will let their wants be known to us, 1 secretly or otherwise, we will see that J they are furnished witb food and lodg-! lodg-! ing until they can provide for them-' them-' selves. Edward Hunter, Presiding Bishop. L. W. Hardy, ) J. C. Little, f " Counselors. P. S. Every winter, save the last, similar invitations to this have been extended here, and we now wish the bishops in every ward of this city to see that there are no persons in their wards who go hungry. E. IL, L. W. H:, J. C. L. Salt Lake City, April 4, 1S72.