1 U One of our numorouj corps oT reporters reoeivod yesterday the following fol-lowing significant notioe for private reasons we Icavo ttio number blank : U. h. u. Comrade No. V ou aw hereby ordered to appear in camp on Monday, November 11th, at 74 p.m., under -penalty of a fine tor disobedience of orders. Amount duo tor dues from to By order, C. C. ; At new hall ovor Boukofeky'f. - onretul f this notico. Acojrding to order No. was on hand at tho time appointed and found assembled rather a notley crowd, numbering num-bering about seventy, composed of the persuasion usually known as "The Utah King." After being called to order the mooting wu ad-drc-wd by a couple of prominent ringttt-H iatoly returned from tho east. Their speeohai sore quite enthusiastic, and predicted glorious things for the fuutroof tho G.L. U. when the "riog" should rale in Utah. The morals of our reporter were rery bio oh aliooked by tho prescnoc of sot Tal members who had been smiling too freely, and he suggests that com-wittee com-wittee bo appointed by the O. L. U. to wait upu0 ihem, and inquire, etc., a tot Newport be TCjifti"