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r special Notices. O'S.-imi- k, (,( Beols, Slu.e anl Huts will! consult their best Interests, by buying tlieh Boots, b hoes and liiti at the Mammoth Hoot, Shoe and Hat Store. lnntord A Sous. dlTT 3 U 1 wsm new.: ilii i. v; , 4 . 5 A, "cnii.i, - - June 2d, 1S70. MASSACHUSETTS Viitt-Cooli- e IrUlntloit rejec ted. llo-To- The hou.--e had refuse J, T ' t l- -J, to receive the bill no contracts for coolie providing that labor shall le made, extending beyond the period of six mouths. The employment of Chi-nese, iu making, at orth Adams, Mass., was the moving cause of the bill, and had created quite a sensation throughout the State. a vve !:- :- i.t ry an.. m.t le rath t'lntye. san'.. ! t a tr,i an I j cr:'-- inventor- - ot' ve n;s !'.iM.r, I'.oi.rrt Smith, !ato V.f 1. 'Xl rd, tio.M, .v) ;v,r as hv.h o mo to his kr...vi,Ht-.- -, ai.d that ii mor comes to his kiiow!ei.-- . iio will g.ve an u.v't l ve same into yc Keg'rs c llica attest. J'HN 1 i .1 X- - jN, Keg. r.i'-- "' liy ye lb,n'P:, Jonathan Corwin, lp, ' Ju of Probate cf Wills, A..?., Oct I'''.".'. Sam'el Smith, administrator to ve est at o of Ptobert Smith, late ot P.oxford, dee'd, ' prayiu lor lurther time fur rendering ve a.'c t ot his admmWtratioon on s'd estate. Further time is granted him until ve First Monday in Aj.ri.l next enduing. " ; . . i. ti:i:i:s i doi i mfm. 'n I r.i !i h below a copy of a very iu-- t .ii '.ling docunieDt, which was found upon the records of Salem, Essex Co., :: - i.i husetts, by Elder N. II. Felt durliitr his recent mission to that State. Tt is t'.io letter of Administration on ' o "t tatc of Robert Smith, late of ;xf id,'' Massachusetts, an ancestor if the Prophet Joseph Smith's, the said P. '!.--, ; being hl.s third great-grandfathe- r, or live Fenerations back from him. i .ii 1 f it-- . If will ivo it interest iu the ,.. i.f i. i.iny of our readers; but, aside : a. t 1 hi , it i . interesting from a his-t- '; ii kl p., i n t of v it iV, as by its assistance ; c ii c'lmpaio the value attached to ihe i t a a !es e ti'ticrated iu the inveti" l u 'e bundled and seventy-tw- o ,(:,. '), with tho value at which they ' ,'oatcd in t he!-'.- ' day.-- . He was a ; i! i farmer, and a man of re- - jt c' .1 !t position among his neighbors; ; '..ibt'i' mutter of interest connect- - .,1 vi.'u thi 1 inventory is the number ... id t nt of fanning implements aud hut'.-elii.i- d ut 'tisils which a family of t !.:' i '.:. in those ilays. ( im- - ;,;.. v. ; . ;ir us farmer's family in I ;:. . ! i sib li a household outfit .a id t':-- M'ti!d think they were re- - f. cm h.ng with a vengeance. Pet i r i I' Ad to in ist ration on the Kstatp ot .brat S'lii'.li, late ol P..ivb'1'd, to Saiauel ' a 1. is m, at Salem, Oct. .".id, l'i'.'s. ; ,ev, .' tiii'n t'orwi n. .! li 1 igirinson, lag. p ... ', : i oiin'.y Probate lteccrds, I. ..iv '. A true ir.vt!i:.i--v ei' ye l'state of Uobert iv.".h. id l'.oxt r. "i, v i." departed tins life ::i A. i.:i'.s;, d;- I ve !. '..- - i:- -' and land . " o I ," ,.:, - cows, 1 1, . !''. o 0 "!-...'- a s, c i, s slu-ep- , 's; " hous r. 1 -- . . ' 0 and !ow and pi-- s ' ; cart el ana and tackling for oxen, . . 0 . - - ne 'ir,-:- :. ae, ".vvedgos, 1 b..'.l atid r,t ... :! i i.ir.sii. t. 1 rapier. bs, . 1 s ,i t p.. ! and la ast. ad.md l'linii'.in " to bed ... ' " 0 i other I "1. a l.'.anki t, one pr sb-e- ts an two pillow- - 1 0 i i.,n:.ke: and pr siiecls and a bo'.si.r ' " i.v..; r p'.V.es.Mbl a trying pan " W'oa I., n ware, more wooden ware, '.s. . . ' '' : ir. n potts, J, : 1"-- : p:b! yr.i.: o t a i s, . ' 1 . ' Hi!.'.., iin cues', one box, Ii.. a. ir. tiv.i . . 1 ', '' J rr ! 't ilia I- - . . . o - c .si" . : . . . .1 -- UN ' .OLLD, J?EN. J'.'U.V TKtNCII, EN. i.oa.,.iii'.niuiitratorl tThibited ye I.jsr. A lioli Sleeve liultou. Tile finder will please brluj It to this oili :e and in r warded. dlTS 2 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ! TOTICF !s HKKEBY tilVXN tint t:. a ritorul and County Tatr f,.r sMu i w af)l"n,y' y,'ar 1"'"-"'- " due i,J ,'.'. All ax payers will govern thcmselv.. '"uly and settle the smile at i. y (.:t!,- - ,lt (, !'', ,H""se. as the same sli,ul,t be .,',, pen,' Ul,',0"v''' e.nnecs.ry trouble and.. , Oftlce op. i, during business h.,t., U. .1. iOI.lIX(J, AhM-ss- and l',,l! .(..! . , , Asit-HKo- r A C'olleotor'a (imre, halt Lake City, June :, is:,.. aiti. . i tiiii t mill u tuns MlllliltlV l:X4Mll'.toi. ONTIII'hSIUV,:U of June, an Kx. nrsi,,,, lVp.il at 7 .1 . a in. fur iVileii and will leiniiiii Iheieashmt time him lelurn to Lake sidH and l.'inn iprinl I lie' I ., uin-- the day. MuMe. laiirln fii I Suiuj, tree of rliari;i. Kur tti'Uets applv al the l uh Ward Co opwj. t!ve S( i.e. or M the oouimmee. IIKNKY liR'iW WM ASl'KK dlT'l :: ill He). MeKKAN Okks. Cross and Co.. 01 California, Ban Fran-cisco, are prepared to purchase Orea containing Cold, Silver. Copper or Leu 1. They announce that they will give Mieral advances on all con' .Ijjnmeuts. ee AJverUseineut. U Yeuard, Front street, Sau Francisco, la ready to fill orders, from all quarters, for his celebrated Chartres Coffee; also, Spleen. 1'hIU forula Mustard and pure Cream of Tartar. Kor prices of the above artiel a he defies all eoinpe-tltum- . See Adver Iseinel.t. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten itorv t'ta':. s Com ty o! Sail i I'.sl'AXr to the command of an execution 1)TJ ir m ui" l'istrict I'ointlor the 'luird Ju-oici-lH.- tri-ct of the lernloryof I'tah, to me directed. 1 shall expo-- e to l'ubite sle. on the preiuSm, al It'.e oid LaKe 7'. 'cjrtnih office, now occupied l y tl e l". S. As.sei.sor. on 1st Niaiii sirn.t, in s.rf't ttieSevenlli day ot July. 1T0. nt Ten o'cl..-i- t a. in itie 'o.eiwin de-c- i mnl property, in wit: L uitlce T.ibl s, o ' itfi.-- Cuaira, 1 Urtlce leU. 1 I.e.ter 1'iess M!i i a:a!, 1 H 10k I'.ise. coutNiu lt 111 Hocus - Koxes l .nveicpes, 1 C o k, .'! Maps. I 1 Tin Letter L it. 1 Tin 1U1I Hji, :i I'iciures, 1 Vil l. inip.-- . I H..nkii)a Lamp, 1 Lantern, I ':n I.stup, - Vs;e H iskeis, 1 I :ct ion:t J", "i H:nii1 us i liiln'i urn, It innd KliesSa tLak ',. 1 Huud I' tall Mga Zitie. '1 lloi'tii 'o.u i.e 1J Kitiisii His; 1 , I sum 11 H x lieu.l lliml, is t'ltilshlut; T ell s. 'J SurtMsheis. 1 l'iun'!i, I Tnliie, 1 i hnir, .1 I'apeis ! i.undie Sewm Tme. 1 Call urnisii. p eees i n owl Ihnd-Ib- L- at her, l! i s ri.net Ihtidiii; Muslin, iiindltu I're-- s. l ;r !ei s Ce-sm- L mrds, l'i c. I es M i.--1 e I'.ioers, L' pounds Vt'iiH Linen I iml r- -' l iii t'i t 'J '..ii I 1' i .; s, 1 Hinders i. 1 i ns :;.on :; 'H is i lolei'' tc . 114 llo trkls. 1" l'i n te: s' ei o. .e ei rds ilox hlu iil Tools, 1 Hinders' ,rn 1114 1'. es i,nd Tub, I.' sheets Tar I'.o ir.t, 1 iKllee si.e.e 1 h, !,: Mould. 1 Hoe's Hallway I'riutinn 1'res-- , s u. lirrs and 1 Mou ls. tieion im 10 pi :'. 1 'am pi ni; HoHrns and 't a-bles, stand and 1 caes T p, ualieys Typn, torm Wb n T pe, s Liutis I I'niumy Waller, ;l Cases l'f Mis) mo e r bs N iniireii T pi ; 7 j lbs. 111 .le r 1. " t l 1 l.ic- - I'vpi ; Ins. more or less, f nil: ols 'i j ; li.s. mot e or less. Minion Tj pc; lot oi sninil Hales and Leads, eiH-ii'- i lor a papeis 11 inoie or less Column Kiiies it tl a v. n i 11 y of Labor-s- a v 11 it Hu es, TJ He d Ku a s. 1 M a et s a. ,d S .10.1:1ns; Slicks, J P. si net s, Junius, l'i: 111 it n r - a nd bit in' sn viu h ui ic.t u re, lot ol Kil ven 11 11 4 'i'y pe. Si e s iick s. Ac., cll.ili; t r Ip'o'is.l. I'.ela.e Si mils tor e..ses, tbree single an is l..r 1 'as, s J lial'.ev San Is, 17 pal's iims 1 I '.;:, cst Cabinet, eontaiuiu 'i'ype. Jl i.i..sa ;.i.!es,s I'nuses, it lui'e lii)liiln sloni s. U:.ilinted, 'J slit ill Iain siiil; S huis. :u. ::i.t-il- . I pair hand 1 I'r.mi Cress iimmy Wafer, lime Cloi'll . 1 ti.'ll I', silt'i es W U'.i 'l'Vm, nsviltt'il Hi.e-- . 1 Table, J ws'i i:.e.s, u,ter Liu diet, 1 Lo'iiii :i'4 t! iss, 1 11 1:1 ;u La to ps. To Do s 1' It,.' -- .;. a- y M A. H'LI.LU, at ttic s'. t .! ill' Nai luii .1 1! ink o. I ' lah, V". T. i.Tit!l IZ, t'.s. M.ir-it.d- . d!7s ! , lie: lieHeri: ( Iieupesl ! ! ! Ii. W. IVtvls buys and sells strictly tor CASH and does busluevss oil Ihe svslemof small priiflta. small expenses and cheap ojs for the people, Ca l, and save inr ney m yiair purchases tl ese dull times. 17;-- v ei. W. 1A is. ! 1 ii.in.Ni. Lot k: ii.e to two hundred cords of i;i st Lutldiiitf Koet, tor sale. ; For paiticulars uppiy to J. J. Thayu, 1st Ward. tr TOWKSEMD HOUSE. JAMKS 10VN'sI-:xn- Proprietor. Km' IT rs f CIi'.iisi A'C:?1 ittml a 1 ions lor Tr.'tvelers. Waiitt d a uoi.d ii ibsK, 17 h .tida huh, d .:.j.-- t ritiissi : ritEsii : --riissn ! VN'YOXL bavin:; Horses, a a ' ! le h it i.tcet K.ei'eais, in.litiiii.; Idem so that luelr meat is mi i! : l. r tao.n it- i , eau li u.J ready sale for the;:: nt 1:. "rT"T ' ' 'A St .'4 fV .Ah. 4. T" "V7 Hnit-a-b'- o !; i.e.' o:' P;t s;d... i; Vouiiii's resi-dence, c! ITS 1 HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. li:ctuki:s 0!i PHRENOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 8Y Dr. ('. PINKHAM, VTIlie l:tlh Hani Asseitilily I; in, mi KM HAV.W K U.N lis DAV.THl Us DA Y, aud FRIDAY KvenlnuK, at s o'clock, June H, -- J, 'J.i. and ii. Illustrated with Drawings and lit hourapbH. Admission .ri cents Course, tickets for Uen-- I lemei., 7 i cents: lor Ladies a ) eetila. Chllureu under 11 years 10 cents, "Ja lor the course. Lxmnhifll Ion ol heads, with charts, durlna the day lime, Hi ChlcitKo House, a tew doors east ol fost oillce. tl!77 t . R E A ID ! 2. C. M. I. ELBREDUE & MI'S Illlffi ' GROCERIES, ILUtDWAIU:, I'lTl!.. A r M. K TA fl Us.. This liepip tuient is supplied wiih an im-mense, slock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Hard nu re, Tools, Agricultural liupliueuU, iuccuHwiirc, (JliiMMwnre, Tin ware, Sloven, ltcaptTN, Mower, Horse ami Nulky Rake, And other Machinery. assort mi'iit lnclu.lesa larite variety ot articles not nenerally found III stores, lieuce are InduoMil to offer thorn at retail to meet a HUH Lie DEMAND which has been heretoloio null ilea. We .shall continue to supply the WHOLESALE TRADE AT OCT It USUAL LOW PIUCKst, And an Inspection of our stock cannot fall to u i iffy !i,e closest Ulioleoale or Itelall thlueiyr er that it will be to their Interest to make purchaser at the GROCERY Department, Z. C. M. I. II. 15. ( IillVNOX, dlTti 1 in SUPT. wm. msm & go. SJca- or 'aiG boot," m i x ,s i i:i' t, L'AlVi' I,.t,iir. CITY, y-- sr - u. : n . r a a. I". : I 111. Km: VI F CLIMCHiMG SCREWS! We use tiicni for snlcini; r.Ieu's, Wo-men's and Children's Boots and Shoes, and warrant the work su-perior hi every respect to Pegged or Nailed, And equal to the best lian-dsewe- d work AT MAM'i'Ai'i I .'ItKliV ITJICKS. do7-- tr stj:a'Ki oi: stoi.f.X! FROM the niontliorcitj'Cieelc.nbouttho'Jvth one liitick H irse M I ILK. about hi ears old, tieavy emit. ll'i hands high, borne brands on near shoulder, nud huriuss nuttka. Also one small Indian .Main 1'ONY, eais split a ll'tle, Lay or L.oivn.s'rip In lace, tall had been triiini.e 1 about ;i enr no, wethers sore, branded 1' M on l ear shoulder, bath had old Nhoesiui Hie torwa'd leel. Any one, animals, or uivm lniortuiition of their u hereabouts a: this odico, will be .suita-bly rewarded. dlTT w2 ) 'J 11. II.YOU.SU SHADE FOR THE DAY 2- - CLJ raU- - E- S-Retail Dry Goods Department, EAGLE EMPORIUM. Having purchased direct from Manuluotu-ror- s a fine lot of FRENCH PARASOLS IV I'Lilit, 1 Hitcy, llrurail e auj Headed W'e have delelialned to Offer Special Inducements P.y selling at such ligtires as cannot fail to Induce buyers. A few of thotie estra-Nl.e- d PERFUMED HANDLED PARASOLS ! U I N J If A M AM COTTON I'AKAKOI.S AT UTKIIIKl.V I.ilW I'llKKS. A nice lot or the celebrated ENGLISH PRINTS! di'i. tr jo 1 1 iv v.r.inwi:itLA' o. WHOLESALE DKY G-OOID-noT! or-w- , v;o c i. le n s lo;( pis, no & 112 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO. Oldest House iu Chicato. lstablished in ls.?. hales iv;:i Ji'.Ooo.noii, ex-clusively wholesale. iiRDr.Rs .vitr.i n.i.Y i ii.li:i. ill-.- s.'lT Ida SOUTHERN MAIL AXU EXPRESS L.X1MEZ Carrying the United States Mail. The undersigned Is now runnluij a Dally Iiiie of Stages lo Proto ami Tri. Weekly to Fillmore. On anil after Jl'LY 1st, IsTO there will be rati In connection, a Trl-Week- ly Line of .Stage to SI. eorge and the eelebrateil Meadow Valley .Mine. Connections made with Htajea lor Tintie and Sevier Mine, Sau pele and Ariona. Tne road is newly Ktorkd with ti aod Hois, and New Coaches, u oil Meals and Accomiiio-dallon- s all aloinj the line. Time to ht. Geoiia and Me.idow Valley Mine :; days Ij hour, 1114-1- 1 wiiiti:, I'ltfipKiirro '.. dlTti If A. C'ISKISTIAjY. M a n ' a'1! : i r of Ch ist i:tn 'a I'ateltl SPRING HORSES, CARRIAGES, PERAM EULATCRS, VELOCIPEDES, i:ockiii4 Korrte.s, S'ronellerrt- - C.iIJS, SLEIGHS, Etc., WARER0OM3 fo Malderi Ixd. 'Cor.'.VIll'.am Ht,) M'aiufarUyvn, ;9, 1 & s i .Ma'-.'ji-n Street, dild-l- y MULES FOR SALE. CATTLE WANTED 'JpnlRorEELuYmobkeer.of CAantytlekinwdano'fedlumtnberexfcuhruange A spun of muleu lor silo or ex. haue for cattle. A wagon lo exchange for a lh'hter one, or for call le. Apply to WiL F1T.LEK, at De'ier et Niws Office. dl"7 a Ju- - '!'! 'rat-hioa- l Union bus elected a; woman as Secretary. A fter the opposi-- ! tion whio'i has been manifested by; many I ,u. 'i.s ::'ainst the employment tf lis compositors, eastera 1 ,.ers think th-- Tyj'0;raphical Triion i!e-- t r - li'ii.c-r-sft., :.vr. to inr. Dl'.sldtl'.T NT.Ws.i iy u degvaph. AFTK ILN01LN DISPATCilKS. NEW YORK. A inerlcan properly to lift pioieeled-- . itiise oi the ililenlioit ol' I he ' 1 3 en rv It tt 11 nre 3'.' IN'kw Vouk, 1'. Instructions will be sent to Admiral J'oor to protect Amer-ican pr ierty in Venezuela. A Havana let ter con ti rms, on alleged trust worthy information, the account of thecapture of most of the material of the ( 'pt'jn expedition am! the execution of several of tho expeditionist. The steamer Mm:.in iron llio Janeiro l it St. Tliomas, brin:;s Aspiu-wa- il advices to the ."tli. The lh.nn) ChnuiK a ,7 hioke her port shaft, thirty-liv- e minutes after leaving Afpinwall, and returned to port. She would leave, under the convoy of tho .I'cs.Tf, work-mt- r one wheel. A Word lo Ihe H 1st? is Sllltieieiil." A prudeiH housekeeper purchases Ihe inn! t hfnjH.it article for the kitchen that cart be obtsined. Pool. FY's I'akin.j rowimi Is the puiest, best, and cheapest llaklng Powder known. Due pound will go further lit the cul-inary department than any other lit market, and Is guaranteed to produce more saUsfacto-- y res , Its, as the 111 ed len I s are harmless, healthy an 1 11 ui lit tons. 1 ts for sale by ail good Gro-cers. l'.CKN KIT'S LXTKAir l.KMOX AMI VANH.1.A arc as iresh as the fruits. Housekeepers would do well lo test their superiority. lie it sett's Kai.i.istos will m pa 1 a nVtr t.'.'nml betutiitul hue to the skin. A I'uoVKitHAi. Sa v i no "No hair dressing In the world eiiuais llurnett's Cocoa lie." lilu.NKTT's Kl.oituiKi. Is lully est abl Is to d as a perfume of high order Vlncino Tnlxuir, WiiiTi oMii's Asthm k. Kkmkdy. lit no ease of purely Asthmatic character bus It tailed to give prompt relief. I O M 1. I . lUl. 2st. w Vftk 'J'n'.u;,' is by no means it. f.vor of the continuance of the in- - 0 t:.s. Ike t !.u:ii.;es which are made ty L'i L..:'e-.-io;:- al action ia the law it - -.r- in the light of vahiab!.? re-i- " : Jtc-- ii only ui'optho far as the t". - ci :.ci rued, Hamlet'd adjuration: ' 0. , iti'oiiu it aitogether." Itremarks: "It L is 1 stea lily ur-f- al that the tax v.e.s uiitady paid only by rn-t- men. 'Ihe . n ol an additional thousand doi- - ai's eai. ii..!, therehi re, be considered a-- i ',,! -- "' "s c ihseijueiiee, save m the i f,r U...I1..J1, reductiou in our Revenue v. r. '...lit by it. Certainly notbinj; of that a. sil .ri.d character wtiic'a has utade the k-- so oliiioxious is removed. I is ten-..:ei.- i. to ieiiioraiio still exists. J js as n. n raieulated as ever to mako Us a ia-- ! :t .d iiarsaud oath-breaker- Itremaiui a s'.aii.tin- - premium on fraud and lalse-i- . o i. it is tiot less, for this realui'tn n, an in :o''iuieL,t to decepli'tii. Jluue.st men are ii.l lo pay it, w hiie rogues avoid it. Men ousinesH credit requires thetn to 'j. impending bankruptcy ia crime in l.ion ui.'.ry ir.dti which wo borrow the idea ' ' lix '"'" tilled by u us stromdv as la Ir.tud and deception. Jntho : aluie as 1:1 the j.asi , it w ill serve to lower s:.im.Urd, at In.mm and abroad, ol" Ame-i- . an commercial umralitv. '1 i no policy m coutiiniin tho tax. .1 either is there any rij'ht to do so. As Mr. 0a ,.s sitnl iu Ins urtituiciittm Thursday, .leatiiiot bo continued without a breach ol on ill viiih tho nation. When the tax was .:eu,an !,-- by tho imperii us exi-ene- ies ol ti,.i win--, Congress in imposing u K.ive a s jo mu ledeju to tho countrv that it shotiM lo t bo continued or renewed. Tho lan-L-- a o! the act i,: 'Tho taxes on incomes beta m impost d shall bo levied' ' 1 and mcludimr tho year 1S70, and no i Jiaior., Jo renew it in "any form will bo lo j.. tt a stain upon the. honor of Congress. Toiei.ew it in to jiroclaim repudiation as . L ai iy as to ridiiso the payment of a debt. An i n l.iit Ii ii not to be kept with our own peon!,, w.td whom shall it ho kept? I: is an t.r.ument which every foreign bond-l.- o al..i v. ill ask himself, mul it is a view iiib'ii-iitb- l private morality demands sh.bl not l)i wholly lort;otten by ttioSenate as lias been by tiie House. To tho Senate tt',. nj.j.eal."' In another at'licit? concerjuiniv the tax .mi the tinkering of the law which is ;...i);awt.a!, it say.: "This lull forces an iucomo tax from the 't rk, u hose s.doo salary is known, while it ( teas in any doors of escape to his em-piove- r, whoso fJoo.Otn.i iucomo is not so eabi y reached. It punishes him who dates to own I'm roof over tho heads of his fam-- . ;.' In- - not allowing him to deduct from his '.;..:' o income the interest annually paid . i any mortgage which ho may have there-'i- . uni.e it aliow a premium, in tho sii.ij.rt i.l'a do.luctiou of SoOH, to his neigh-bor, who, unlike himsoll, prefers paving mi extravagant rent. It recognizes gam-i.i.n- n hi lis and lottery swindles by lui pos-it' upon them a tax which can never be i t'fio.l. Alllnjugh pronounced by its ni i.esto lioameastiro that discriinin-I'.a-- . ...mst tho rich in lavor of tho poor, :ie pimcipal taxes which it removes are t ax upon railroad, companies, gas com-poses, upon rich legacies and a accessions i i C.d estate, upon auch luxuries as gold i.:i 1 is !vit j late, carriages, gold watches .i i riv ito biliiard tables. Under thr-s- e :: rc a nv atli'es, sliotild tho Sonato tlecida to inn: ui'.ii tho llot'soin the passage of tho i. :;i, us members must bo prepared to give ter reasons for so doing than those w!.o"b have hitherto been advnncetl." It F. SOLVIT ) N s Adopted thr Fin. Youni Lad;- - of the Ladies'" Le'rendwn ' A.uockttion, S. I. . ('v'y, That, realizing ounelvesto be wives ami daughters of Apostles, Prophets and Klders of Israel . and, as such, that high responsibilities rest up- on us, and that we sdiall be held ac-countable to (lod, not only for the privileges we Inherit from our fathers, nut also for the Llesaings we enjoy as Latter-da- y Saiuts, we feel to unite"abd with, and do mutually pledge ourselves that we will uphold and sus-tain each other in doing uood. Itt sol' , (l. That, inasmuch as the Saints have been commanded to gather out from Babylon ami "n t partake of her sins, that they receive not of her plagues,'' we feel that we should not condescend to imitate the pride, f.;i!y anil fashions of the world; and inas-much as the church of Jesus l'hrit is likened unto a city set on a hill to be a beacon of light to all na'ion?, it is our duty to set examples for others, instead of seeking to pattern after thetn. y.V.-Oi'i- .'' . That we will respect an-cient aud modern apostolic instructions. St. Paul exhorted Timothy to teach "the women to adorn themselves m modest apparel not with braided hair, or gold or pearls, or costly array; but which becomelh women proes,iiig godiiness, with good works.'' Peter, also, in his lirst epi tie, in ppeakingof women, says, "Whose adorning, let ii not be that outward adorning of plait-ing the hair, and wearing of gold, or of putting on apprrel; but lot it be tho hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the or-nament of a meek and quiet ppuit, which is in the sight of God, of great price: for after this manner in old time, the holy women also, who tru-te- d in God, adorned themselves." In a reve-lation given to tho Latter-da- y Saints in lbJll, the Lord said, "Thou shalt not be proml in thy heart; let ali thy garments be plain, and their beauty, the beauty of the work of thine own hands." All of which, wo accept as true principle, and such as should lie fully illustrated iu our practice. Jlrsnlvrd. That, with a firm aud set-tled determination to honor the forego-ing retirements, and being deeply sensible) of the sinful ambition and vanity in dress among the daughters of ion, which are calculated to foster the pride of the world, and shut out the spirit of God from the heart, we mutu-ally agree to exert our inlluence, both by precept atid by example, to .suppress, and to eventually eradicate these evils. ''c.s'tlird. That, admitting variety has its charms, we know that real beauty appears to greater advautage iu a plain dress than when bedizened with finery, and while we disappio-bat- e extravagance aud waste, we would not, like the Quakers, leeommend a uniform, but would have each one to choose the style best adapted to her own tltsto ftllil poreon: At tha cauio tllllO Vve shall avoid, and iguore as obsolete with us, all extremes which are opposed to good sense, or repulsive to modesty. Jii.tohrd. That, inasmuch as clean-liness is a characteristic of a Haiut, aud an imperative duty, we shall discard the dragging skirts, and, for decency's sake, those disgustingly short ones, ex-tending no lower than the boot tops. We also regard "paniers" and whatever approximates in appearance towards the "Grecian Bend," a burlesque on the natural beauty and dignity of the human female form, and will not dis-grace our persons by wearing them. And, also, as fast as it shall be expedi-- e 1, we shall adopt the wearing of homo-mad- e articles, and exercise our united inlluence in rendering: them fashionable. Mrs. Ella Y. Empv, Pres. Mrs. Emily Y. Clawson, Mrs. Zixa Y. Williams, Mk5. Maria Y. McDoiual, Mrs. Carolixk Y. Croxai.l, Miss Dora Youno, Miss Phkle Yorxti, Counselors. SPAIM. IU lo. ttieil ,eii!tl coile--V- l lints 1 lie I tio u restored Madrid. Tho Cortes has passed i reformed penal code. It ls.;rumored that tho Carlist Junta has voted, by two majority, in favor of the restoration of the inquisition in Spain. FRANCE. rr.tiico-.Vincrleai- i banking Si Iieiiic- - 1 Jin r.iit.oror in it cli belter (oritur (Tirisil M. t'Utlinnl ritllro til, and atfrrit'iilinri.l lneein--VVi- il not buy II. Paris. Tho Journal OJicia'a will publish, this week, a prospectus of the statutes of tho new Franco-America- n bank, which will be forwarded from this city by M. Pinot and other French hankers, in conjunction with Messrs. lialch aud Iloll'man audother American capitalists residing here, and (Jen. Dlx, Jotin J. Cisco, Geo. Walder aud others of New York. Minister Washburne con-siders tho scheme of sucli importance that lie communicated by telegraph with Wio-hinto- on Lite subject and has furnished a copy of the statutes of the bauk to the Secretary of State. The capital is lixed at a hundred and twen-ty million francs, and much more has been offered. The Emperor is much better. The Court rots to St. (.'loud on Thurs-day. Corpus Christi was celebrated to-da- y with unusual solemnity and splendor. The churches were attended by great crowds. Many religious processions passed through the streets which were strewn with Uowers. The ambassadors of Prussia, Italy and Switzerland had a oonfereuce to-day, relative to the St. Gothard Kail-roa- d. w the Chamber of Commerce will discuss the question whether France shall demand a share in the enterprise. A meeting of eminent agriculturists was held to-da- y to consider measures of relief forthe anticipated faiiureof crops, which is a cause of ho much anxiety. Louvet, Minister of Agriculture, presi-ded. Tho removal of duties on Krain imported into Prance was discussed, and provisions made for submitting tlie views of tho meetiug to the Chambers before the question comes up for debate. The Corps Lei;is!atif has refused to appropriate public money for Ihe pur-chase aud preservation of tho Roman amphitheatre recent Ij discovered in i.ris. SOUTH AMERICA. I'oiirlul lire at l'aiia unt. Panama. A terrible lire broke out at 1 :M this morning, at tho Aspinvvall Hotel, and communicated to the Rivet-ta- s House, Campulio's French bazar, the stores Steanburir, C. Herbensrer, S. l'aeiott Co.. Reamotte, J. J. Deycazo and P.ermeidez, and several private re-sidences, and is now raint in Sanjuan de Dies street, and has reached the Lank of Panama, which is in llatnes. Attempts are being made to blow up the Cathedral to prevent tho spread of the llatnes to tho Grand Hotel. The roof of the Cathedral is burning iu several places. The mail olVice is in imminent danger. Families are rushing into the stieets. and the plazas are strewn with furniture aud church ornaments. The supply of water is scanty and the peo-ple are inactive and are under no disci-pline, and the llauies are almost unre-sisted. Terrible excitement aud alarm prevails. Later, 11 a.m. The llames have been subdued. Many casualties and deaths are reported. Twelve persons, it is be-lieved, were burned iu the ruins of the Aspinvvall Hotel, and a number injur-ed. The burnt district comprises the dwellings aud stores adjoining the As-pinvvall Hotel, on Merceds street; that botel and all the buildintrsou bothsides of Giraldot strert, from Mercedes to San Juan Dteeos, and all on both sides of the latter from Jirarldot to the Rank of Panama; and all on Le Avenue, ruuniug from the French Bazar to the Bank of Panama. There is no fire en-gine here, and the only one on the Isth-mus, sent from Aspinwall by railroad, at V.Ij, has just reached here, but the lire has subsided, it i: s o 1. 1' t i V s , Adupti d I" tlic'lnd Yowvj I adits, I) -- ptirtnuiit of the Ladux Co otratirc J'ttrciichmrnt Aworiation, A'. Ii. City, cryaniv d M:ty 31f, 1S70. F' soircd. That we, the daughters of Zion, realizing the evils resulting from our compliance with the vain aud fool-ish fashions of the Geutiles, and also feeling sensible of the sacred, high aud important duties devolving upou us as faiuts, wivts aud mothers in the king-dom ol'Ciod, will from this day retrench in our dress, aud make our apparel plain, neat, and becoming to us as daughters of Zion. Jit so'.rcd. That ve, being endowed with natural sense and abilities and with Intelligence from on high an- - precia'ing tlieso blessings, are deter-mined to use them to the honor aud glory of Ciod, and shall endeavor here-after to refrain trom speaking evil of any one, friend or fie; aud improve every opportunity for doinggood to those around us ever striving to build each other up iu truth aud righteousness, and by so doing, ennoble ourselves, and also gain the approbation aud ble.-sin-g of our Heavenly Father. .v.m, That we, being very de-iro- us of storing our miuds with useful knowledge, will tlevote such opportu-nities as we derive through this associ-ation to mutual ellbrts for aud instead of wasting precious moments will use them for the pur-pose of becoming thoroughly acquainted with the principles of the Uospt-- and the various useful branches of educ-ationalso study and practice the laws of human physiology aud health, that we may have health, strength aud long life to do good in the kingdom of (iod. MissLoxa Tkatt, .President. Mr.s. Liehie Pratt, Miss Via. Pratt, Mrs. Lois Widdisox, Miss Ellen Wilcox, Miss Lvcy Arnold, Miss Mary Nebeker, Counselors. Mr- - : Annie Smith, Secretary.