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! ' fecial ITcttcw. IKIEO PLACHFS tak-- a for a c xxl RfAcli of Hutter.at u. V. Davlo'. COAL OILfork:e lu one gallon ram at low figure, at i. M UhvS'. Cheapest and Best I amity Sonp ia ton 11 look for the uaniecn each bar, J V. ll.niV, Two doors North of Ktinball i Lawn-lice's- . THE EVLNTXG NEWS. ui:oit(.i: i. c.t.wo.v, EDITOR AN l Pl'HUSHEK. rucvditj, - Idironrjr, ITO. All the Urocers in Utah ineariv) sell .illets Uniting fowaJer. and It iuuhtu Is not mirpitse., in r Iti'apwx, hy amt foWHKH INT'lis O.i ANY OtlUK MAKktr. Wanted. A sjituath n hy n y.am.; n;.i:i nom the Eit, of long experience lu b.isiness wishes to be paid according to cspru-- h.r i.i;,k:ii.; Llmself uselu;. Address B. bt t:.hO::ia-- . :.,:-- ii Wantbd At the lUktorl aii'm C'lr.ee.iv.-- coi. .. s of theluiiy Xts,.So. .'ui Vol. ),.Viv.,N dl'J-t- f uillet Wahiu t ry still mutes w.v:'i-l- n easy, removes mi slams, and hi. ops the at tn same Uoie. Ask vr.ur ljrcei-lo- 11, eifiybud;. d .'.-- 1 0. n ,y v U-- s billet's Flavoring Ktlrartinns known to the Trade, from Cuicaipi lol.'io Ail U racers and UrumilHis keep tticm. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ArCMr'f.i an't 5lfma;jers...II.j'i.C;uu ioi V J. T, i (. '.t oorvxnTJi:i sltcci-:s- Of the Favorite Artiste, KATE BENIN! nr. Jons ivii.no. As Prince of Wales D. MCKENZIE, HOTSPUR! P. rVlAKCSTTS, as FALSTAFF! TH3S SVENirn, j ti i:s!i. v, n i!. s. V'ili he prespnled, Sh"V:vspere's (ir.-.- d Histori-cal I'hiv, In .1 Acls, eiilKltd SIMS HENRY IV! Or. FAIATAB''' WAIi. La ly Pe-c- v ICATF PPVIN Prince ol Walex Vi. jnim Wilson liotsjiiir, Mr. 1'. McKt-nici- Poors r.t..-i- i ri t; .j i.' Icvlr. 1 comioeuce at.7. Eve., liENEMT of PROF. GEO. CARELESS ! CPAND VARIETY BILL. I z.c.rvu. COLUMN. '1 1 DRY GOODS i ii" lia J,!' ;ici :o: v' Oil i eai j ,lr.' Ma ' Mi ho wl pi: II; .Mi M lit! x ih Cc "1 11 .1: tii th wi :m 11. ol tit tin iw in tii mi iu is by hi vl io IO 111 ia : dr in le i'l hi 'c to y r"' .01 .r; II e n o 1 8e n i, n I e r a P i. I .( )! a ti e r ii e j. 1 '( s ei e il r J 1 it i is ii M ii a e r; I t ' .1 ii ei e ii It! J n si K y y ir tr c ? i nh 'a r r( in H. B. CLAVSON, tl OEN'L rJUPT. vass' i,xi)o. io::ri:n, AKIlOL'.'i SCOTCH AM:, ami s.ixwv l ine v; stock a j.i;. On lVaulit ut Salt Lake Billiard Room. OYSTERS! OYSTERS!! .T O K SIMMONS, PROPRIETOR "REVERE HOUSE SfiLCCV receiving daily, I'rch yiter direct IS from liailimoie. A Ino pisN t eet. CnlveH' lour ins, IOikIIsIi and Seoteii Ale nml Vorter; lirewer, honias m L'o.'s ceiehrn'eu Ale, Wnsaener's Ale and I.Hiter Ileer. (Jolden Crown ) iKiirs, l'remliiin t ine Cut i l:ee: in iHct, to hpealc seriously you must vnll and see and Uisle lor yoursill. (1174-:- ? KSTKAY. IHAVK in my possession one Lay HORfc 8, 7 or S years olil, one wnite lilnd fool, Miine wliiie in iorthead and on lip of lion; iirended o inside i on l ilt cheek and shoulder. Snld horsH cauie In this place Home time lu July. The owner is requested to come and prove pioia.Tty aud take hiin away. .1. If. BOBINSON. Mountain Creeii, rc.Ulv,s. dl-2wl-- l M i. A .ii I . i . . JL.S' J ill., lt S?. ItOBllMlTS, I'llOVO, who has been no liucceasful u OV tirinniii H'-e- s Into the Tcriitory, has koiio Last tortue purchase and lorwardlnz of liees i ir.leis and casu will hi received at Hansen Uoheits'hSioie H to the l ith of .March, ill ;"i a hive. liees to he dcl-voi- 1 a'. ny Rtation on lie L'lah Cintntl Ii. It., in ood condition. Anyone wishing the IliuxtraiKi Be Journal, puhlishtd liy X. (I. Mitchell, Indlanapolln,Ini:., cnii Ret it lv i.irw.irdmn adress and two dollaik lo.Messrs. '.ett & Kolierts, Sail Lake City. Kor iurtner piirllculars apply to the Rhoie. firm, A. F. McDonald, Provo.or James McUaw, linden. ilfti-i- l vi-- CASH ' Wll.l. UK I'AIU rOK Clean Cotton Rags! I'l'lsvered at the iH:2:i:a;T sewh office. K,m. but CLfCAX COTTOX RAG GEO. Q. CANNON. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. rpilK uuders'rneil hen hy slv.i no' ice that L Ihry have he n appointed, by ihu i rohaie Court ot Weher County, iidminlslratois I Chaunccy W. Wist, deceased. Ail persons having claims, mid thosa know-in- n themselves Indthlld, wilf please inane it known that the estate may he sett led al mi cany di.y. MAUY WL.-yr- . JOHN HOAOLAM). LKSTKK I. HKRIUCk. ' .itv.; JOHN' SHALT. xotice r riMJE CltlzT.s of Salt Ln':c City will please 1 lake no ice, tlial an e . i wdi lie held al the City Hull, on MuN 1? i V, tne. 1 II h day or Kehruarv,I7l, purp e ot Hec'l-it- ; (he toliownii; members ant - leers ot the nv Council; viz.. one Mayor, M.-- Ald.rn-u- . nine Councilor, one Recorder, one Tieastir-- r en . one Marshal, l'olin to he open at s o'clock A.M. UJHEI1T CAMI'HKI.L, City Kecordtr. Suit Lake City. Jan. Slsi. BALTIMORE COPPER CO. j Jsll. H. r.i v Martin, Pres'L ! i i. :i Mit III M iil.IT, uai.timorkI !'i.r. !.!:-- ': s ; Conner Oie, raying Cash for .a.neini ii'ij .v;:n:':it i l vlht .ml hshiiv. j dJ47-ii- m i UUIT I SEDQWICKj Maau'a':li'.i.'s f and Wholesale. Lealers In f k BOYS' CLOTHING 4'i i;c MS BROADWAY, NEW YORK. i:,o. e. cowlk". i JTST KKt'KIVKIK ri'HK finest s'.v-- of WAGON TIM I'd'. Ii, and I MATKKIAL ever imoo'lel lo lli.s Cnv; also."iiiMerml Kiltv KUUUY "id COM.M' N SL K1U1IH. HOB SLKIUHS, and SHDhS. A portion win he sold hi a small a - van-- e for cash down. Terms, pay on Oeovery of wo:k, without ilevhillcn. ( u rTIK Anent for Mmunicioiy Il ec. LI tl.. Is. K : rpHF. undersigned in preparei'. totnrnlsn Fi irs 1 and KKiiinan s lor lOuidiuts of every kind to oroer. ai to torm C'outrut is f..r t ie oi the same, an I su.iv:so their eieclion, on MODERATE TERM?:. J. V. .VhlK, ATth'.tei 1. At lii.shop Thos. .Iitikia', 41h Warj. UiTwiMui eribrs; one requiring a uniform railroad ! gauv?e in the United .State-- ; one to dis-continue the Freedmen's Bureau and to amend the law establishing a bureau of education; one to give the female em-ployes of the Government the same compensation as men in similar posit-ions; also several bills making land grants to railroad.-- . Oi th odered a resolution asking the President for the correspondence be-tween sickles and the Spanish 'govern-men- t in relation to Cuban atlairs; also, for any Information with regard to the present position of the struggle for in-dependence in Cuba; adopted. Sargent, from! the committee of ap-- i propriations, reported the Indian ap-propriation, whurh appropriates 3,0ss,-S.'i- n trains t6,LJ,711a.st year, beingl,A-40- 1 less than the bureau asked for. It was made a special order fur Friday met. Morgan announced the death, of his colleague, 'I'm 'iia'i H. , member front the Toledo districr.o! Ohio. After the usual eulogistic speeches and reso-lution's of condolence, tlie 1 Touse ad-journed, having first appointed a com-mittee to .accompany the remains to Ohio. The resolution ottered by Marshall of His., last Monday, came up anaiii, de-claring in substance, that tariffs should be levied for revenue and not for pro-tection. The question was on. Kelsey's motion to table, which was carried S'J to 77 .A motion to reconsider was tabled L'9 to IS. Bingham introduced a bill amending the postage law, making letter postage twoand one cents; the bill adds naif an ounce to newspaper postage, and requires one cent for fourouncesand one cent for additional ounces; that all ncwspsiers circulating in the h'tate or Territory where published or within a hundred miies of the place published shull be exempt from postage. The bill also makes it the duty of the 1. M. lieneral to establish uuiiorm and model at-b- ox rent. i'iPKCl A L To Tns DESERET NEWS. Jtlcgraplt. AFTERNOON MSPATCUES. CONGRESSIONAL Georgia Accept Conditions i Pen-hIo-for Soldiers of 1&12-B- UU Intro-liiee- d 1hoh KlllIestb ttfttepresen. tatlv IloiK--Hill- s to enconrnije 4cen Steam Poititl Service-Submari- ne Cable between America and Asia, etc. Morton presented resolutions from the Georgia Legislature accepting the conditions imposed by Congress, by changing the State Constitution and ratifying the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments. Edmunds, from the committee on pensions, reported adversely to paying the pensions of the soldiers of 1S1- -. A number of bilis were introduced ami referred. On motion of Trumbull, the Senate took up the bill to relieve from impor-tunity and preserve the independence of tueseveral departnientsof thaUovem-meu- t. He explained that the judiciary co'mmittee had amended the bill as nrst introduced, by prohibiting recommend-ations altogether. Pomeroy, Schurz aud Howard thought this too sweeping; aud that for the present they must rely upon some body in making the appoint-ments. Membersof Congress were per-haps best fitted to act as advisers. Williams moved to amend the bill by prohibiting the judicial, military aud naval officers as well as members of Congress, from recommending appli-es r ts. The morning hour having expired, the Senate proceeded to consider the ct'L-n- s bill from the House. The bill was., ad at length, also tho Senate sub-stitute, simply directing the Secretary of t tie Interior to change the schedules and blauks forsaking the enumeration of the inhaYiitants, and to make the same conform to the Constitution. Conkling spoke in favor of the Senate substitute, and adverted to the Home bill. McDonald, from the I'nstal Commit-tee, reported favorable on the bill to en-courage the establishment of a line of American steamships for the convey-ance of U. S. mails to European and Asiatic ports, to promote immigration and reduce rates of ocean postage. Cole introduced a bill to amend the t authorizing the establishment of mail steamships service to the Hawaiian Islands aud to extend the same to Australia. ;v.ewart introduced a bill extending the provisions of the Civil Rights Act and for the enforcement of tne loth Amendment. Sumner offered a resolution, which was adopted, asking information with regard to bonds issued to the Pacitic Railroad Companies. Corbett, lrom theCommittee on com-merce, reported, without amendment, a bill to encourage telegraphic communi-cation between the Eastern and Western continents, which the American and Asiatic Telegraph Company exclusive right for fourteen years to maintain a submarine cable to Asia, starting from a point south of Cape San Juan, Wash-ington Territory, lt also provides for the detailing of U. S. vessels to assist the promotion of the scheme. A message from the House announc-ed the death of representative Hoag, whereupon Thurman and Shermau rnaJe appropriate addresses. The cus-tomary resolutions of condolence were adopted, when the Senate adjourned. HOIME. Important PotiI ;HI1IDeith of Autiounred. tc. A number of bills were introduced, among which were the following: One to allow drawbacks upon duties paid on ship building material; one abolishing the franking privilege; one to promote the circulation of weekly news-pape- rs within the counties where they are published and to allow the free transmission of all periodicals sent from the oiice of publication to actual ub9- - t ut if this bill passes they will be their e.j jids in that respect too. We are sat-i-li- td that the result will be exactly op-pn-- ite to what our enemies anticipate. Oa 'he plural marriage question we are as flrci'y convinced as we are of our own existence that were its. continuance or a'.olition put to the vote of the female portion of our population to-d- it would be sustained by a nine-tenth- s majority; and upon this score, which has enlisted the mock - lup.'t'hy of so many, no disad-vau'air- e to Zion'ii cause will ensue. In eve-- other it cannot but result also iu good. We have many friends around whose constant eli'ort is to out-vo- te the "Mormons" at their municipal elections so that the discordant elements so over-whelming! y developed in municipa rule everywhere but in Ziou might be intro-duced here. Many of our cotemporaries boast that this consummation will soon be brought about now that direct rail communication exists Letween the cit-ies of Utah and the Fast and West. We do not anticipate such a result; nevertheless the hopes of our enemies iu this respect may be realized. We do not believe, however, that the existence of our most cherished institutions de-pends on such a frail tenure as the posse sion of power by the female mem-bers of the Church to vote them down. 1 ' such be the case, we believe the ladies should have the power to exercise their agency, hence we desire to see the mat-ter tested; and we hope that the bill passed by the House of Representatives of the Territorial Legislature, on Satur-day, will be passed by the Council, be-lieving that the result will be an addi-tional proof to the world, that even with this power in their hands the la-dies t.f Utah will remain true to their integrity, and then, as now, will sus-tain the priesthood, whether acting in a religious or civil capacity, in promot-ing the cause of Zion and the behests of Heaven. ii:fii.r miikk;e i. mil. Tiiii female sutlrHe question is now fairly bbfore the nation; its advocates ar as earne-- t iu their labors as if the aalvali.'Uuf the wo. Id depended Upon their sinve-s- , and the triumph of the ni'ivcwiit, M-- e b'jheye, is only a ques-tion of tiai". The ugitatiou of the ques-tion hs the Koi ky Mountains. Iu our neigh boiinsf Territory, Wyom-- i lv, th" cau-- e hh.s triumphed; iu Colo-rado the are petitioning to have female sullrago legalized there. But ucc-s- s by i iecemeal will not satisfy those who are ficknowledged asthe i! of the movement; noth-ing short of au aiuendment to Con-stitution ofthoUuiteJ States to this e(fe-.r- t will lo and this is now le iiig eagerly sought; an-- as the Cou-gre-sm-are uoteJ,aui ong other things, for their aiPantry &i'l their susceptibil-ity to female i hanns, the :.(loition of sui-l- i uu amendment is not at a'l We believe itt the right of suffrage being enjoyed by all who can exercise it intelligently; but our lawmakers, in conf rring this great power upon the emancipated b!a:-- race, do not seem ti regard intelligence as an iudis-peiisibl- o and wethink the suffrage might be conferred with much greater propriety upon Intelligent wom-- n i ban upon ignorant blacks. Tins id of female suffrage is regarded by many as peculiar to and having originated in these last daysjbut history tells us that a similar movement existed in ancient (Jreec.e w'ipii that nation was in the meridian of her splendor. If the right of suffrage was granted to the ladies then it'ceitainly did not bring about the reforms considered necessary to preservo that nation from decadence, and whether it would in this is extrem-l- y doubtful. However, that is no reason that it should be withheld. We are a decided advocate of the riphts of women rs well as of men, and believe that the two aro so intimately related that they cannot be enjoyed, to the fullest extent, compatible with happiness and well-bein- g, by either sex while the other labors under disability, however lim-ited. Universal white malesuilrage has been more thoroughly tested iu this country than in any other;but yeuality abounds, and thous-tud- of votes aro sold to the highest bidders, hence the results of the system are not so satisfactory as could be wished. Female suffrage might have a tendency to promote purity of elections, aud its introduction at the ballot box he attended with results as satisfactory ' asthe amalgamation of certain races iu i the growth and development of power- - fu! . We believe it would, ' and wo Ua tiiiuk it probable tiiat the power this would place in the hands of women would be used for the benefit of their sex, and woul l be followed iu time by legislation of such a character 94 as would tend more to diminish prosti . ?J tutlon and the various social evils which overwhelm society than auy- - thing hitherto devised under universal jj male suffrage. Tiio degraded condition of the wo- - men in this Territory is a very fruitful theme am ng our friend outside; in Vi this respect ,n well as in many others .'V.', they seem unmindfu' of, or callous t3, the real evils around them-e!ve- s, but very aii seu-i'.i- ve ti ini ternary one at a dis- - f..,1, tance. They are like the fa'ded worthy ' who, through admiring the splendor of .i the stars, bei-:i:n- or feigned to be, totally ignorant of tho dirt, squalor V'- -' aud wretchedness of eaitii. Thisclass, -- oi wlii'.e mourning a.id sighing over the V. i "di-vrr- a latiou" of the la li.-- of Utah, : and have suggested a pluu for their emajcij-atio- from aU"thraldo:u,"po!y- - j t gamy included, and that rune. ly is the .;' ' suffrage. The ndije?l has brought ' bef-r- the attention of Co.igress, and ' ' v Senator lmory, we beiieve, a short r.- -. tiai ago introduce i h bill t confer the sdif'ra--- o-- i the 1 1 lies of Utah. ,, It iu.y be gratifying to all outside e who are nuxiou. t learn that the a l- - - m visibility of ex'.ea. ling the suiiVage to the ladies o Utah lias been diseued CX'i rii-i.l.'i.p- 'v jt!i-- j pivse'ii, ssssion f th Territorial lu the v- - H 'i.-.- - : j'.' v days :ig., a'f'er an auiuiac--i- i ; J eidircu sp.ii o-- the Mibj.-c"- , a tee was app-in!e-l t iuq iiie into the propriety of its e- - ibhsii an-n- t iu this M i:v Territory; on the 2jd H th-- c m-- y. mittee gave in their report, wiiu- - i was io:."' qui'e f.ivorable, aii.l on the ota the M.v.i House pased a bill to this e"tect, hence ni'iVi- ' yery probable that before tlie pre- - an : ii gent cession of the Legislature closes, ''.n;- frnuale su'.T'rae wil be unf.iit ic omp'.i iu tiiis Territory; theu if, as our fi'iend- -' ,v outside stlirm, ii exercise will 'emanci-- 1 ' pa'e" the ladies of Utah, they will be 'A,'!! masters, or rather mistresses of the !j '";) bituatiou. As for ourselves, we have no .'it v.n doubt as to the result, aud are ati.-rl- el ,N:i'n,i tiat it will stiengthen the cadse cfZion, :' p ilytTHtiiy included. Iu ail matters pertaining t church gjverumeut the sisters have always had the ',Tfi.ri siine right to vote as the brethren; bat in civil ruauers they, here tleewbere, have hnd uo ray; 12 L K kit's Siatidar 1 Toilet r'jep'ir.ilinnsonce obtiined, will spent lor tin mselve.--- . t'i f I'ston (3.C.) Mervury. BrBStTT1 COLOONfc .Watus is put la ii neat cad elegant style and wins lor itself a favorite place ca the dressing tahle. KrRSKTT's Coco A ink dresses the imii ly without frreaslne, drying, or sUtlenir' 11. Blhxett's Flavoring Extracts .'or culinary use, excel lu quality Chiciijo J .to Phthisic, or asthma. Tho-.- e wik suffer from this distressiin; complaint, aro reminded of Whitcoiuh's Kennedy. NEW flDVERTISEMENTS. W. OMiies, J.hn Kf.i-toi't- . Wni. Wkfintaff. STJISES & CO., Imp:)rtc:-- and Growers of SEEDS. 1 i ir vest mid linr-- t lot of seeitstver i.ileltd l the ali!U I WARRANTED GENUINE:. pr. pr or Asparagus -- .i Ueel. luiiiip rooted L'MllT SlllOOl tl Ulood I I'll! Wiiite suar 7 i loj Yel.o'V Ulobe .Mangle Wnrlzel 1 lie K.nly Yellow 0 v,n n. '. ql. Itrorroll r,o lall.i;e. holy York 2 .VI l'do WinuuiKUui :;. .n F.at Dniell Xij I also Drumi.ead l.iJ M H- -i DuteU iirJ Soc ( Kulnluner, r a:lv Loudon .(i) Carrot, Kariy horn 1 .'i Jr,j Lonmir.in-- e l.jj j, I, i:sr White .i , lie lelorj. While hul;d, l)9ii i rimson pc Corn. Kiirly laht R iwed.'.'.." qi. l'wt-:v- e Ki lived Sugar 4V.it. S'.owell'., Kvemreeii. 10c. ql. ( rcw. Itroi 1 Leaved u: ( iirainhcr MS a I irw I'lani pkt. n!. I mli'. Uie. n l ui ied SXJ I c lloee. in .nt unenl) 4iM llou XVr, i.'O loo Musk le!oil, jto40o aslurllui :iti4i'o Okr.i.ttr l.uiului. lor soup.. Idc Onions. Lar.-- Ked, La'u White 4.0i : Farkley At: I'arKuip. uiunsev '. l.'li 'Ac Tens, lom Thllinli. KiiKelile... q. IhMiop's Dwarf, Hlue Im-perial Jti.-- . qt. lax lHiarl, Uwmf Mai- - rowhit Jiij. i,t Pepjier t.ic I'lilnliHS, Ah Leaved lv:d- - nev Hub frt.00 lb.l"e I'niiiplilii l.oii Pie Kmlisli. S 'srlet Turn p, Lfii Moarlet short io 1 fji lie Scarlet Chinese Wl ler... lllmbiirt. Lin neaus .v ihiu snmnr ';m, (umtrtd,! 4 qt SpiiiHeli, Koniid leaved (no SquasTi, K.nly Golden l;.isr.. io .S'nimer fliid Winter I'rooii necked 1j Tmuiito. Fi rly K-- d, Loin; sinoo.il, Ked Ke'l.e, Yellow ( lierrv, !',..( I'h-riv- , Y'eliow u. I lie I I'lnin juj lurnip. K:ir:y Wntie Iniieh Ked Top, .Strap Leaved l.VJ Jua Hula l Ou 2uo lrrbs. lionehei, sue t Jia-nl- , 'arroiTiiy, (Vrinii-de- r, liandelion, ivHO;t, Livender, Marioruni, Penny royal. Ko.si nmry, Hue, Sailion, Tyiue, Sumnner wild Winter Savitry, Aunis Seed p!:t pic ISiril SieettJ t unary, Hemp, i Millet ioc. Jloqt Kane .'iiloqt 4sntre 4rHiie. 1. 10 ple Sicd IAD ti'Hss Sfisis, Hed Top hus. 3..Vnli.c I'nnotiiv luc " it).- - K' liiuelty I'.lueUniNS " R 09 " 4r li ii)":riau lirass " a () Lull u liiass " ti(.) " 4."c ( love:'. Hed Clover " " 4ic Wnite Clover " 7"c I.neerne, ' ' ij CHOICE COLLECTICS OF FLOWER SEEDS. Ksuli hy Mutt, 10 csiilxa pound Frtrn. SEED DEPOT, 2STilI3ffSS & CO., Wo-- t SUe Ent Temple t., oppoHlte l'.lsl.op Hnnier's. P.O. l!os :'., S. L. City. dio lf w2-- t None ns gnol Dunio)V Pon't wish for better." "lle'.ter than uny other wi have used." "Like It iiiucli." "Caa t speak too hishly of it." "There can oe no laull fouud with It." "Cno testliy p, Ps supei lorpy." iH.n't Useauy other." Tln- -e Hie a lew quota-tions Iron, the hundreds or testPnonlnls iu favor of TooLK.Y'.s llAki.vu 1'om.rn, wliieii is the only chemically pure.' healthy and nutritious article r iiiehnvl in market. Kor Sale by Grocers. MIIIPIII IWi II Mil Mm II II I. CREAT BRITAIN. London. The of Par-liament forms ;the theme of conversation anil newspaper comment. The general impression is that while the administration is so overwhelming, ly strongtheopposition will be hopeless; the only hepe of the latter will be to create divisions in the liberal ranks, English funds are advancing in tha ex-pectation that there will be a heavy flow of bullion to the Hank of Eng-land this week. m Eaolevillk, Iron Co., Jan., .", lS7u. Editor Ucs'.ret AVtt'jt.-- Dear Sir.- - On the 2Sth of AuRustla.st, Mr, N. II. Car-lo-w came into our rettlemeut as Afles-sor of Lincoln county, Nevrda He re-quired a list of our taxable property for assessment in that county, lie Htateed, as a reason for his demand, that a United States commission es-tablishing the boundary line between Utah and Nevada would be through here in a few nays, and that reports had reached him that there was but little doubt of our being iu Nevada. Furth-ermore, tthat the time allowed by the law of Nevada, for the assessment of taxes had nearly expired, and pernaps it might considerable trou-- i ble and expense to make the a.ssejsmeut then. Said Carlow, did not claim that the assessment was legal, uuless the adjust-ment of the boundary line should estab-lish the fact that we were citizens of Nevada. The citizens of Hagle and Spring Val-le- p did not eee the necessity of this pre-mature assessment in the light Mr. Car-lo- w did. They placed in his hands a written protest against his proceedings, of which a copy was retained. This protest stated inlj substance that we were still citizens of Utah Ten i lory; and should continue to consider our-selves as such, unlil the boundary line between Utah and Nevada was est by proper authority, when, if we were set oil' to Nevada, ss law abiding citizens, we should pay our taxes to that State, and, further, that at present we did not recog-nize the light of the State of Nevada or any portion of it to assume jurisdic-tion over us. This protest Mr. Carlow agreed to tile, with his returns, to the pruper authorities of Lincoln county. Sometime previous to the appearance of Mr. Carlow, we had been aseesped, as usual, by the as.-ess-or of Iron county, with the expectat ten, on his part of tak-ing no farther action in the matter un-til the boundary line was established. The supposed commission for defin-ing the boundary line between Utah and Nevada, proved to be Lt. Wheelr's exploring party, and we supposed the subject would be allowed to reat until we were properly notified as to our fu-ture condition. In October following, notices requir-ing the payment of taxes, dated lUIto, Oct., lMh.lS'jy, aud signed, Peter Good-fello-county treasurer, and addressed to the tax payers of Lineolu county, were sent to our settlements to be posted. On the 2dth inst, a Mr. Kit ter, claim-ing to be sherriM" ot Lincoln Co, ap-peared in our settlements, and served writs on the tax payers of Kai;Ie and Spring valleys wherein they are required to appear, in the Justice's court, town-ship of Hiko Lincoln Co., on the 2Si.li of Feu. 1STU, lo answer complaint of the State of Nevada, wherein it sues for the recovery of delinquent taxes forlSmi, with ten per cent interest tuerton for delinquency. Mr.'Kitter acknowledged that he failed to comprehend the legality of this proceeding, but stated thatlie was only carrying out the instructions of those under whose orders he was re-quired to act. He was fully advised that It would not be wisdom to attempt to enforce the collection of uch taxes, until we became citizens of Neva-la- when there would be no necessity of doing so, as wo were a law abiding people. This is a short and simple sta'ement of the facts in these novel proceedings. They speak for themselves. Kespectfully, Your brother in the Gospel. Jamks A. Little. giat: At E.T. City, Tooele County, Jan. :'lst, Is?'', of teetUiiii, WnHlk'n Moroui JauiPS, boa ot James aad Mary L.cLuuls Juiuen, aged H ytar?.