I ...... ' THE EVENING --NEWS. Friday, Jauunry 11, 1470. FAUST'S Pit.MiER. PiCKACE andFREliifll TRiNSFER wlii call at all the Hotel, and 0MNIBC3.SE8 la the city for Pasneugers for the U.C.R.R . Iepot, lu time for Trains, and will Transfer Passenger and Freight to any part of the city. My niesseteer will be on a--l Train. Any article entrust.! to our care will be promptly delivered, la any part of lua cltyi at low rates. I.eT order at Ofllee, at FAVST'S S I ABLF, or with iny Agents. it. j. r.nsT. 4itMf LOCKE & MONTAGUE, IMPORTERS OF METALS, STOVES ati RANGES, Hollow Ware, Tin War?, Ae. Nos. 112 A 1H HATTKUY 8T., SAN FRANCISCO. d.SUa-H-LAZARD FRERES, Impnrlors of Foreign & Domestic, Staple Sl Fancy DRY GOOBS, Hosiery, Furnisliics Good;?, CAlirilTM, Illo. . Depot ol Goods Manufactured hv "M Ir:.vH. FACIFM' WOOLEN WILLS CONSOLIDATED" M&fek SAN FRAuCISCO. l'arli: 2S Hue tie J.Ti Utiler. d'iiS-ti- I HOKE MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE! j CITV, Half-a-blo- ck East of the "Deeeret News" Office, SOW OPEX Every Day, except Sunday, from 1 to 4. ' ADMISSION. 25c. CHILDREN. 10:. 1'RIEND.H OF SCIENCE and of Hie of the TEKKITORY will obllee ;ne by PHISCHVIVU AX1MALN and BIRSs fndtgeneua to tbe Rocky Mountains, ai X will gladiv PURCHASE tbem. If any prefer to CONTRIBUTE rather than sell, they wi vu tor RE refused. l'OKMUX nd UOH fcarU' ( l' KIOSITIKS of every kind thai will add to I lie INTEREST and USEFULNESS of theMUSKUM will be keokivko and properly cared lor and the DONOR'S name INSCRIBED ou specimen CONTRIBUTED. , -- The Pnbllo are eapaclally requested trt Ereserve LIVK HPKClilENS of MOUNTAIN ION. WOLVERINE, LYNX, MOUNTAIN SHEEP, PANTHER and SLACK FOX, they being so rarely met wltli. For further partlcn'ni Inquire of G. ti. R. SANGHVANNI. at Ml'SKUM, or at nay resi-dence, opposite the City II all. di:tf jons W. YOINO. Z.C.IY.. I.COLUMN. RETAIL DRY GOODS ii:iurnii:.T. just n e c is e;d A - CI I'i.Y "K l,r..V. INK ALEXANDRIA GLOVES In Taney Colors. A In, JUST ARRIVED A tine lot of IS LACK, IlLl'l?, and I1HOWX BEATERS An I some very desirable CASSIIrlERES AH 01 which Will be Sold CIIKiP. 'A. C. AI. T. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. H. B. CLAWSON, d.y-I- upf. Z. C. (VI. I. :o: i ie take pleasnre iu luL.na.ug the papleof T tlits Territory tLat a ha JUST OPEXFJ) A FIRST CLAmS DRUG STORE AND GENERAL OIL, PAIHT AND PERFUMERY DEPOT WHOLESALE AND IlKTAIL. We have on Laud anl s'iail CvCi! .uue to keep Id all arljMtH, FATF..NT MKIIIIIMS, 1TK ST I I Fa, PtINTS, OII.H, OI.OKS, I.IQl'OKS, Ui.-iaaL- t nn.l 'ae, I'EH l l'.MER , ; ' WINDOW iI.Si, tili'T.SIIlN, Etc., IIP. h'escviptwns carefully attended to. Next Door to Telegraph Office, ' MAIN STREET. II. It. C'LAWKOX. d7-3- 8nT. C, ADOLPHELOW&Co, Ko. --OS California Street, SAW FH.ANCI 2 CO. CAI.. Importers of CHINESE, EAST INDIA, JAPANESE S GENERAL MERCHANDISE; Have constantly on hand tho fo'.lowiu. : CHINA TEAS, JAPIX TEfi. CENTRAL AMF.IIH AX C.FFr.i:, JATA COFFFU. CHINA MATTlMiS, Nl'TMFtiS, mill Hl ntfeer WFK'FW. Vie. mi.imJ'I) A. Hay ward, A. N. Colemiu HAA WAUIi .V ttUKJIAX, Importers of DEVOE'S BRILLIANT EXCELSIOR U!l. (In patent cans.) Lubricating OIIh, LAMPS AM I. A Ml N T O C I. . AenLs of Pacific Powder Mills' r.liislln:: asi.i Sporting Powder. No. 414 FRONT ST., d3-6- ni NAN FKANCISCO, 4 .11. iiBBBMaeasaMaMaDHaaBHiaeaMtiu Tilt N :'.. I ' fuilf.m Ens m u FiHira .sr.vr sii:'i:i vi:i. EVENING GLASSES u icn i- -, AlUTIIJimiC, isokki:i:iin4. PaOF. C. H. CLARK, WRITINO MASTER. PHOF. JAS. WATSON, ARITHMETIC CLASSES. Class in Ornamental Penmanship J'i aud SI.' per Quarter, in advance. MORGAN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, MUSIC HAI.I., dl'i.li J. MORGAN, Principal. Kail Itoail Junction, OIT Y. OYNTEKS! OYSTERS!! respectfully Inform the citizens of IWOI'LD and vicinity that I have opened a URANCII OYSTER DEPOT on tbe West Side of Main Street, Ogden City, where tbe public can procure Ibedeliclous blvalvps;irled,slewed or raw; also Pigs Feet, Calves Tongues, Ham Sandwiches Ac,,Sc. All orders for Fresh Oysters by the case, promptly filled, at the loweit possible price. Give uie a call. J. M. SIMMONS, Oadeu City, Dec. 10th, lsfrj. d-- tf UTAH CENTRAL RAILROAD. Pioneer Line of Utah. ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12. 1870, The Utah Central Railroad, which is' NOW COMPLETED TROIVX TO Salt Lake City. wri.r, iic Opei for FrelELM ani Umim. Trains leave this city at 7 a.m. aud airlva at Ogden y. 0 a.m., and leave Ogdou at 0 p.m., and arrive In this City at ft, 20 p,Ui. For all luforuiatlf ti concerning ;i'reig!it or Passage, apply to JOSEPH A. YOUNG, SUPF.RINTKJfDKNT. . FARE-S-Salt Lake City to Wood's Cross - 6tets " " Centrevllle, - - 7jcUi. " " " Farmlngton, - Sl.W). " ' " Kaysvllle, - - Sl.'ii ' ' " " Ogden, - J00. D. O. CALDER, Ticket and Freight Agent. ' till ly W0LC0TT & CO., Wholesale Dealers la faints, ISnmhes, VaruMics TV I ml o w 43,1 aim, Aud all articles used by PAINTERS & CLAZIHRS Also, OILS ol all kind, iOl. OIL Iu Barrels and Safety Cans. KONI.V, TAB, Etc., Which we offer to tbe Trade at New York aud Chicago and St. Louts prices, Freight added. WK are also the only Western Agents oflhe KMITll 4: KANl 1'OWIU K t OM- - PA.NY, and keep constantly ou baud a full Assortment 01 their celobrated ORAX1SK KPORTINU 1'OWURK. And all Oiales of BLASTING IMWDKK ani FL'SE. 229 Farnharn Si. Omuha. rdis tr SCANDINAVIAN STAR. LAM authorized by Elder Jesse N.;8milli to Subscriptions for tbe Scandinavian 8tar. J ROUT. L. CAMPBELL, d'22il! Historian's Ottlce. II O I, i: H A I K PAPER WAREHOUSE LAFLIN, BUTLER & CO. ill it 1U Hu&a.! Ave., z 3c T3 u-- ( 9 Manufacturers and Dealers in Friut PAiers, Fine Killed paper, Book Papers,' Flat Printers Pnpra, Colored Papers, liond Papers-- , Drngglsl Puperx, Card Boards, Manilla Papers, Nlraw Boards, Wrapplna; Papers, TarBoanU, Tlssae Papers, PaperEnfr, Mnsl Papers, Twir-ts- , Envelopes, A e., A 9. supply auv style or Goods In our Line on short notice. Wealsokeep a good sup-ply of Pajer Makers' Chemicals. MURPHY, GRANTS CD. Importers arul .Tollers of DRY .CI-ISS.- , 8ANB0ME and BUSH STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO, - CATf . Are now offering to the Trade an unusualiv attractive stock ot DOJIENTICH Of all kinds; and would call especlHl alttBUo'i to their direct Importations Iroru Europe of PLAIDS, MEniNON, ALPACAS, POPLINS, EMPRESS CI.OTilS,' BLACK AN If VOJ.OKEl Ml.liJ, IIOSILRT, WHITE ;ooi.s. F.l-.- , Elf., Mr. Selected with a vieiv of ineotlu the re.iuiie-ment- s of this market, all of which tbey oiler e rates. In currency or gold, Ijnver than 1hry ' a , be purchased In Eastern Market. dilw-ii- Jas. Llnforth, K. B Rail, F. I. Kcllo.;- - Linforth, Kellog & Rail, ISiuxeuon to I-- K. Bench! aj V Cx.,) IMPORTERS AND JOBUEHH ;i!i American, English and German HARDWARE, Agricnlliiral InipIciuontM, A.IVI IIIVTCJ tool - , Nos. S and 5 tfRONT ST EE EX; Near Market, SAN FRANCISCO. l y ADAMS, MCNEILL & CO. Wholesale footer', W A 95 FRONT ST., ( OR. L, Sacramento, California. ' LUCALEIwi IN BUTTER, BACON, HAMS, LAUD mi l nil kl .J , of California Produce. WINES, LIQUORM, TOBACCO, TEA S, L'K".i-SILVE- R and VVSK AeiUs for the 0Vri;'i l',ivt: WrU ' fcula Cruz. This Powder was nued exclusive'y by t'j't tral 1 ucliic itallroad lu all their ; i i' lions. Parllenlnr nltonllon inil to teT,l.i KOwls lor Itie kali l.nkii Sliukn. iWE INVITC THE LADIES To Pi'iiiiln-- i ir .S '.,)'""' BALL ORESS GOODS! JUST HtCEIVcD, ii r. vv wixir.i: SUA W L uipuki: LACKS BlaOlUB do. ,i c & t j i v s: iV i: e A in voice ( t CUSTOM-MAD- E BOOTS AND SHOES. Q. 2B i - TO BENEFIT THE PEOPLE V have Hediiced the lrice of our Custoiu-Mail- e Kip Tap Solo Hoof lo 83-pe- r pair. ALL OTJIEJi GOODS PJiOPOR-TOXATEL- Y LOW. fcaT A SplenJiJ Stock of Rubber Cooils"S JUST RECEIVED. SELF-ACTIN- G BSEBEfiS & FQQTHOLDS ! ENiJClRF. FOR THEM: yule Leather, 35c. per pound. Examine It. Harness do. 40c. " A prime article. VJpper do. 35c. square foot Clilcajojpiice. IVm. KliOAX A o., SIGW OF "BIG BOOT," SALT LAKE C ITY. J ST, LOUIS TRADE, BUCK'S PATENT COOKING STOVES Sake Quicker, Hetter and with lel Fuel than any Stovet made. EVERY STOVITVVARRANTEI). TUoj n.re aivaiJid the Prcmiuiu nt last Luui..HD Sime I'iir, Io it liut St. bnui, I'air, Oct, after tctaul trial iu Bi.kin; ritb the having StuTii made lt a: l Weit. yt alM) Mauurarture the Celebrated PARAGON COAL COOKING STOVE, whieh ir itijteHor to any Coal Cook More made. UTJCIt At AVItlGIIT, 720 & 722 X. Main St., St. Louis, COOKING St HEATING STOVES. iW7:ly NOW READY. o THE :RISE, PROGRESS 'AND TRAVELS OF 1THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHBIST OF LATTER-DA- Y SAINT. .T.tlNO A KKKIE-Sl- Answers to Questions lNil.L'MNf;; The IU i llation on Ci frstittl AND BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE SETTLEMENT OF SALT LAKE VALLEY, VVIIH INTERESTING 8TATISTICH, By PRESIDENT GEO. A. SMITH CflurcA Historian, Etc. AT THE DETSERET NEWS OFFICE. Irloc f Cents. Nature' Sparkliair SpriHe for Induct-ion ami Hbloiisness, tne water of a famous Seltzer 8pa, Is duplicated In a moment with a spoourul of Tarraxi's Seltzer Apes i en r, ' which contains every valuable element of the German spriui. The greatest phvulcians ol Eifope pronounce that ireeglft of Providence Itie iiiodt potent of all known alteratives, and Us lac sinule, fresh and foaming, is now placed within the reach of every invalid In the west-ern world. SOLD EY ALL DRUuOIbTS. J1W-6U- 1 MAIN & WINCHESTER Wholesale Saddler) , AMD LEATHER WAREHOUSE ; 211 AND 21G BATTEUY ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAI., We wish to call th attention of tt.e trade of , Salt Lake and vicinity to the (acuities vie hav..-fo-furnishing them with every article lu one line on more favorable lernih than can be loiiad elsewhere. We have by far the largest aud best se'.ci.i toct of Saddlerr, Jlnrilwnrp, J.etlier. H'hlpn, Collars, Harness, Seil.l li s, A c. on the Pacific Coast. Very many of Uieso artlcej are made lu our own factories, and others procured from the best manufactories In United Btates and Europe, and we are enable t to offer every article at New York prices. We make a specialty of Collar, H 1'ips, fn..i Saddle. 1'leatr taut fur tut o prt.r. dJJ-!i- ' h SMfe Varieties. s "V .EN'L aUPT. ii - j OYSTERS! OYSTERS!! " .ton WI3I3ION.S, PROPRIETOR "REVERE HOUSE SALOON," IS receiving dally, Fresh Oyster direct 1 from Baltimore. A iso 11' i ert. Calves' ionoe. Old Duglisb and Scot Ii Ale lid I'orjer; Hrewer, lieiras t'o. s celebraiH.i Ale, M'aypener g Ale and l.nijer Heer, Golden Crown C lrr, l'remlum Fine Cut Tobnren: lu fact, to apeak Berious.y, yutl must call and tii aba tsate lor yourself. di7i tt t 1 1 LOCUL AND OTHER MATTERS. Theatre u Monday night Charlotte Tuouipnon make her 1: rt appearance iu ;l.o beautiful character of "Julia" in the UuiK'hha. k." Th.js'.' who have seen this UJv play speak of her as a. most charming and pleasing actress. Kate Deuin and Mr. Wil-o- u will also appear, the lady a Helen" and the gentleman us "Clifford." The east will he complete throughout. The Orand Juvkmi.k Uai.l. fly request, a Grand Juvenile lla'l will ho hold iu the Theatre afternoon aiij evening. The parent and friend of tbe youn gstcrs will liave tbe privilege ol hoin present and looking on, hut not (.1 dancing. The doors will bo opened at on.1 Yliek. The party w;ll commence at two. l ne tickets, admitting juveniles under the ge of eighteen, will bo lifty cents each. Io prevent confusion tickets should cured in advance. Kailwav Aetna; r. The uiemhcrs l Moron's Uommcrciiil College, about two nuudred and fifty in number, left tliis city yesterday morning on an excursion train, for "jjden City. They reached their in due time, all right, and spent a veiy pleasant day. They left cgden la- -t night at six o'clock, aud when fix or sevuii miles from tliis city three of the cars Hew the tra.-k- , and the track was completely toru up for two or three hundred yard-- . The cars were very slightly, dduiaged, but fortunately not one of tho passengers xustained the least injury. At the timed the accident tho train was ffoing at a moder-ate ate, or tho result would in all proba-bility have been much more serious; it also fortunately happened that tlio cur-- , that, ran olf were the last cars of tho train, aud alter the ncaro was over tho forepart of the train tamo alon to tho city, and then returned lor thoso w ho had been compelled to slay behind, and beyond the short dolav thus occasioned they sustained no incou-icnieiH'- Wo (rloaned the .above) particulars from Mr- - --Morgan, principal of the college, wlu ulso wished to express tho thanks of the excursionists to Mr. l.cavitt, the conductor of tho train, for his untiring ell'orts to pro-motit-pleasure and sali-t- of t!ie party. The cause of tho(acuident is involved in mystery. It may have arisen through some fait in the' construction; but it is more likely to havo arisen from the devil-ish miseheif of a party whoso, handiwork has already been detected at two or three points on the line. Let such a person scop hie doviltry while ho is safe; if ho do not be may bo sure that his sin will lind him out, and will cost him dear. ATTKt IT AT ISfROLAKV. All atleilljit was made on Wednesday night, or early ou Thursday morning, to break into Hooper, Khlrcdo A Co's. bank, ou Kast Temjilo Stroet. Tho scouudrtls broke three paucs of glass and one of tho sa:he.s, but, .it is supposed, they wcro di.sturboj in their nefarious transaction, for they took nolh-in- g away but some papers of no value whatever. It is a very lucky thing for them that they wcro disturbed, for had it been olhor-wis- e, one or more of them would in all probability have taken his or their depart-ure by bullot for kingdom ('onie. A well armed Rtiard is kept on tho bank premises every night, from tho timo business is i losed until it is resumed the next morn-ing, and it is supposed that the guard was In the back ollice for a minute and that his return alarmed tho villains. linrglary is a rather dangerous busiucs iu Salt l.ako City, and especially iu the business portion o"f it. Several of 'tho fra-ternity have lost their lives trying on their little gauio, and several rr.oro w ill do so just as sure as they try it, for there is no compromising with "Mormon'' watchmen, and they have no more respect for a burglar than tr a mad dog. vjientlemen of that ilk bo warned; don't try your game hero unless you wish to embark iu a hurry for tho other side oi, Jordan. liitA I ikyino. Hy telegram received this luorning from Hon. W. II. Hooper, we are very pleased to learn that his health is mui-- improved, llldcr llurlou and Sheets lelt Washington to day for New York. Wasatck Coixrv. llishop A brain Match, of lleber .City, called this morning. Me Is in this city to attend tho J present aos-slo- u of the Legislature. Ho gave us the following jottings in relation t matters aud things in his Iiioetso: There is no snow in l'rovo Vallev. M.mv f the brethren are lumbering successfully this winter. A first-c'.ss- saw mill has bceii built in Lake Kanyon by J. Witt. Three free schools havo been established aud are in successful operation. . Two new school-house- s havo laiely been built, one of Which is a substantial" rock structure. Two bridges are in course of erection across the Provo Hi ver. A large field is being taken up in tho vicinitvof lleber I'ity. A water diU'h, tV ur mile's in length, is being taken from the l'rovo to supply this tield withater. '1 here is an excellent opportunity for a few families to locate there; it is only forty-- o no miles from Salt Lake City. Union and good feelings pre- vail throughout the count v. Information Wanted. If this should come uuder tho notice of Elizabeth Hanks, who emigrated from England. lat suinmer. and who is supposed to be in Cache Valley, she will pleasa write to her brother, Alfred Hanks, in care of J. l- (i'bs, Fillmore City, l"tah, as he is ill and d?ire- - to learn of her whereabouts. T. Swash, of 4- - New Weston st I'.t London, I desilvs' ti hear from William Hammond and his luoiily, who U it Andover on tic n'n'h ' April, lil. Lldcr Kvan M (,rtene writes us tli.it "Mr. Henry. Lodge, cf l'.ushnel, Mdion-oug- h County 111., )eanloftll0 wherealxiuts of Augustus and Seth Dod-- e sonsof Krastus lo,ig0, v ll0 wa, a ,.M : mon" in Missouri; emigrated from 'and New iork. Augustus and Scth Hodjc reido lit Washington ( outitv, itithi; Ti KJ. 1. K. X.