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JJ M MIT II II MlMlilllM M THE JTEXINC NEWS I u. .Jr. - liary H. 170 CHICAGO TRADE, ESTABLISHED KS5. ' J.A.&H.F.GRISWOLD&CO. Wholesale Dealers in TEAS, COFFEES, FANCY GROCERIES, Also Manufacturers of Uronntl t'ollVe, Spleen, Tobacco Lemon and Vanilla Extract. LlqnlJ Biue;n, aud Uia ceieoialed GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDER AH (j'VXl warranted at rrpreimtrd. tir Orders solicited by mail, and satisfaction guaranteed 111 every Instance. SALESROOM AND MAN C FACTORY it KiYt.lt MKEKT, CHICAGO, ILL. CJV-l-y NEW YORK TRAPS BURTIS& FRENCH, Importers snd Jobber of CROCKERY CHINA amil GLASSWARE ki kosim: goods, a ., 12, Barclay St. l doors Lt!ow.n.ir House m:v you it. tlTi ly v. fc:nivi:iTzi:ii, Importer Hud Jobber of GENERAL HARDWARE And Sole MsnnlaciHierof the PATENT COM'JNE.f wrought jOOIt LOCK, The cheapest an I bert In the world, AHonfthe EXCELvSIOK DIVIDERS ami CALLIPERS, Ac 35 Eeebman St.. 17 ow "S'ori. dTily CHICAGO TRADE AMERICAN IRON iWORKS. JONES & LAUGIILlNs VZ0. i It F.lver Mrwt. 1IIC AJO, Maiuifjit i tir r ot American c Clai. KtniM, i!.k, i'i a rr m sm:i:r rxo.n, Nailt, t,', ':, ;r and llailrond , Ami! Mauu'iulurers nf PATENT SHAFTING AND PATENT TIRE. AhJ Raleis la U It l.Vii 1 UAItl) WAItl; Wood Work for Wagons, Carriages fc Cutters sritixr., axles, vises, Anvils, P.larksiiiltliH' PoIIown, Plow Steel, Cist and Spring Steel, Mil inl VhkIc rt, CarriMKe ltolt. CoM Chs'n, I 'o i Screw-- , 1I.'m'S:iiiik Mor.c N'mls, V i! . )'iiiM, sioi k timl in, 1' I'rhle -- kcin.i, Wum.n Box Mirapt 11 i Il.il's, Politer dates, Tenwr Irons, Tire imlc:,, T.re In ills. Etc., Etc. Sji.'iihI nltculiuti kIitii Ii wail r". t4. CHICACO TRADE. rS'o. I t, Iti Sallo street, CHICAGO, - . ILLINOIS rACKEkd of Lx h i - i 3 Q. itiLib- - r1 Packed in Patent Air Tis;ht Cadr.ies of 3 lbs., 5 lbs., 7 lbs. and JO lbs. each. This package is entirely new and found the most convenient ever introduced, both for dealer and consumer. The trade are invited to give it a trial. dto, Tlanufaclurera of EXTRA LARD OIL foi: i.rinucATiJvcj, EXPREM.SI.T rOK Flourini 31ilk Saw Sills ami Woolm :I s ASP PURE TIEATSFOOT OIU Hrieclal attcuilon given to oritern rroui I'tah RAILROADS, ; ' -v l ' lrk'?ir ?! THE niCHIGAN CENTRAL RAILRCAO AND fOXXECTlONS Knite in rimnlne KM It V:X1RES IMS SE.XiKlt TRAI NS l)AII,Y t.tween Cli .0:10 and New y.iK, Huston, and all inlerruetl ue points In ew Enslund, New York and the Canadan. The reinmned fuilruau 1'nlnre NleeidiiK Turn are rim uu thth Hue, exrlustvelj- - inon Ctrtanmca.i;oras!,tiii are lilliybiipplltsiou ail clshl Tlie funoiis rrJ.I. MAM HOTEL. ARJ! If nve daily ou eveniii.' trains riinuni dlriotiy llm.i.:gh to without change. The paNsenger equipment of thin line Is one-- quailed by any other In the country, and will l found liv patrons to possess all the reoc.i' itii" of "MMCED, t'CHFUKT and NAIi rV." Conuccied with the GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE IS AI The Blue Jine Established January I, l.rT, lor the carriage ot TtriEl Friit without Transfer This Line ls'owned MidoperaltU by the Mlch-lKi- Central; Illinois Cent ml; '.'hii,!io,llurllij;. tun and Qulney: t'.'i'cHeo slid Alton; Ureal Western, ot Carr'Mda; Ke York Central; lluduou Klvei- - HoKton and Al'iiuiv; ITovlitence knd Worcester, Worcester anil Misliua; Housatoulc; and Jackson, Lansiuti end iSiiyiuaw I'.aliroaiis. Till: "ULUE I.I INI Is the only route tnt.t, or!ers to shippers ol rieli:ht tlie ail vnnl:i;e ol' Ha iitibiMUlteu jiuiite ol track iroui Chlcit and the Slishls-ipp- ! river to the Seabourd, nuil is of the SAKE GUaGE A3 THE UiUM PACIFIC, over which tneiie curs will mn on completion of Hint rond. rilK RLUE LINE CARS AiAUi )K 1INIKOHM KUIET), thus larijjly esseuiiu; the chances of delay trom the use o' ars of 'i mlxyd const! notion, end tlieconse-quen- t diU'.i iiliy of repan'M while remote trojr: their own roai'.s. The Blue Line is unur.itc'J by the Itailroad Companies who own 11, wit lioiit the Interven-tion ol luiermeillale partlea net ween the Kot-d-or Line and tue public. The facilities of the I.lne lor maklut nuiformly qolck I line are. unequalled. All claims promptly settled on ttviT nicrit3. Freight co'ili-Hct- Iveii st ths oiDcon of lu iSew York, Kostou, &C H. r. N.fKOE!VT, Ciu'l Hupl. .M.C.I-UP..- , Chlcp.-- i. ir. V. WFSTHOllTII, Cien'l Agent, Chlcaijo. J. I. HAT1S, Detroit. Uen'l Manager nine Line. 4 11.17 ly KSTAIiLISH El) lMf. PALMER & COMPANY, Manufacturers by Steam, of Fii-.e- t and Purest GonrectiOHBry anfl Cliocolates IMeOKTK3 OT FREfiCH PRESERVED FRUITS, And all kinds of FANCYGOODSandAETICLESiutlifLINEofl'llADii Confectioners' M'tcfunen, Mould, And Tools of all kinds, constantly on hand 86 A 6K DUANE ST., VpIV Near Broadway, i lj ) lUKlV. Orders for expirt to any ciiiua; tilled w ith fidelity and U72 ly M. i It A F F A. CO.. Wiioitale Dealers in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS' Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries, 87 HOUTH WATEK 8TKEET," Vattaew QralT. 1 CHICAGO. Hoiltn Mhermau, dJU dm CArMBuMm&Co. Huccessor to Ilarnum, Uorr A Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN NOTIONS, GLOVES, IIOSIEltY, HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS' UMBRELLAS. PABASOL8, FAN3, IVhlte Ciootlrt, I.aceis, PdglngH, KNITTINO COTTOX, Which we shall at all times offer at the bottom of the market. Prompt attention will be paid to Letter Orders, and MallsiacUon guaranteed In ALL CA9EH. Particular attention paid to Salt Lake Trade, 49 take Street, CHICAGO. III. P. A. Barnum, J.D.Mason, C. H. Ilsruum, J. B. StarlUK. di-l- y CHAS.W. SANFORD Manufacturer of CONFECTIONERY, Of all kinds, by steam, and Wholesale liealer lu X UTS, CIGARS, CANNED AND GLASS GOOD'S Ititlsliis, FIkh, etc.. KHiidoIpIi St., - CSI1CACU. il67-l- y (KEITH BROTHER?:, ( A 71) V A HASH AVE., in-.- I. & 1 HEAPd-OR-I'LACfJ, CHICAGO. Munntneturers, Importei-- s Johhers in MILLMEGY and STRAW GOODS Ft Ziyi. OUR STUCK Is the l:n ucsl and inov ..iiiii.'.i any 111 our line 111 Ins cuiinti y. !li..vei who have lorinerly (siuht Kt the Knsi are i;iui. untied the Mime or he tier terms t .urn teey inivn obtained there. We import direct In.iu ih. Maiiiitai'tureih In Europe o.ir KIBHQXH, SILKS, 8AXIXH, ILOWKliS, l.ACKH, NE1S, CltM'E-'- , lA 1 1 EltN 111 .m:iv, a.-- Anil can, lhereit;re, ut Importing I'sekai-HoiM-lJrires. Al: oniers wilt rec-iv- proi'ipt attention, JnvHrmhly waiiaiued h ple.isa J.O.SBymonr.Kenaari&Hay, 88 LIBERTY' ST., West of P.rnadwsy. NEW YORK. STATIONERS, PRINTERS, LITHO GRAPHERS, ENGRAVERS, AND Itlank liook Jlniitifaoliircr 11LAXK BOOKS MADE TO OKDEH, And every dexcript ion and xt;ile of Printing Engraving and Lithography promptly executed. Having leased the five story mariile huih'.ini;. No. hi! Lioerty Sti-(et- and equipped the same with the latest slyles of Type, and most expe-ditious Piesses, we are prepared to execule promptly, and at low rules, every slyle ot ( oloi and Ornamental Print Inn; Commercial, K.nl-roa- d and Theatrical Priuti.ig ot every kind am. deserlptlon. Kefkkf.nck U. K. Cluwson, Esq., and W. C Staines, Esq. N.K. lhe new issue of Salt Bake City Corpo-ration Is a specimen of our worn, d7ll ly P. L. CARRITY, Ilaifactmii Coafectioier, AXD JObBElt IX FRUITS. Fancy Groceries & CIGARS a 35 kivi:k ntkf.et, CHICAGO, ... iri.. "P L G" AND "GARRITY'S OWN" CIGARS ! I 'Mvln excliiKtvecontroI otAhe above brandK rif ( i'arK, J can iter libernl Irulucenif nls to Hie Aiii'Mug tradti. U.i ly Touniled over a Ouarfrr vT n Coufnrj. EAGLE WORKS Manufacturing Co, 1. W. JTES, ITesiJent. OFHCE, No. 48 CANAL STEE1ST, Manulactiiro l'orttthla and Stationary Steam Engines aid Mm, snuu cam: mills, Evaporators, Rock Breakers, Stnmj-Mills- , Mining Machinery, Card's Patent-Bric- Machine. Lathes, Planers, Drills, Screw Cnt trs,Hay &Cotton Pi asses, Saw Mills, Flour Mills, Mill Farnishins. CHICAGO, IIL. THOS. CHAtHKiis, Supi intenjcr.t. D. R. 'tis;is Siq t. nii'l Kalvu llArcs, fiecrUry mtJ Treiwurur. , W. L. Chaie, Ooii. Afnt, Nw York City. Uu.:l Bko, Agenti, Lk Supariob BURLEY TYRRELL, 4S LAKE STREET. (liicuio. - - isrxixms, 1MPOKTEKS AXD JOiiLEKH OK CHINA, GLASS, aUEENSWARE FIKE FREfiCH, BCHEmiAN, GER'!Alf LAVA and Goods by the Package or repacked at NKAV YORK I'KICES, dMly OIIIUGTIATJ, Manufacturer of Chrii.tian's Patent Spring Horses, Carriages, Peram-bulators, Velocipedes, Koflting Horses, Irojol!crs, CABS, SLLVOJLS; Etc., WARKKooMSKi Maiden Lnne.fCor.WilllainSt ) itanu(irtnryf,l, S9, HI & Hi Manijln M"-ee- t N E V YORK. Reference Messr". Cronyn Perris, S. L. City. JOIiNV.FAP.WELL&Cs WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, A.VD WOOLENS, 42, 44 nn J 4'! Waluu-l-i Avenue Htmk.and WeKUarantee CHEM'Elt PIIU Ije louud elsrwuere m the XortuweM r"1 William I). Fiirwell, Cha.lesK.i-.irwell- . John K. ilarim.u, daoem Le"Ja'i "ay. M. D. WELLS tSs CO Manufacturers of Boots & Shoes IIS IjiiUe St. , Chicago. V. ITT A II TRAD CJjSitlin Especially Solicited CHICAGO TRADE, Glement, Ottman Co Manufacturers and Joobtis of CLQTHIS And Dealers In FURNISHING GOODS ltoeus' lluilillnx, 27 & 29SoANDOLPH STREET, CHICAGO. H. C. Clement, s. A. Squier; O. Li. Otlinan, ( i. p. Kane-- E. P. Phelps, c. II. Xnrtou, Hi'ieclal. dHS-l- y FP.0.11 OCEAN TO OCEAN' ! TIIK GJiicap, Ml Island AND PACIFIC RAILROAD the KIT EEME IOWA 1E1 III KOI7TK HETWEKN OjlAHA fi. CHICAGO VIA DE3 WOINES L ROCK ISLAND. Iloutsl This (i rent Central IS OVKK KM) MILES KIIORTER than via St. Joe, and no change of CARS. is wri.i. isioriiEo iri; OcnnV Kcw Curs ! an; PALACE SLEEPING COACHES THE FiriESTIN THE WORLD KOI! ALL THROUGH TRAINS. Two Express Trains leave Conneil lilnfTs Piiily, spun arrival or Trains from the Wes, anil make inlrk tlm over n thoronshty well conslrnctod Which Is belnif In III with heavy Steel Itnll, (rlvinc I'nsHofiyrPrs the Bdvimtae nf SPEED, CnUFdKT and SAFlTY COMBINED. Both Trains coiiiii it nt lticai; with East I press Trains lor the East. Throwh rc'r'.i via thi Linr, caii hi had at nil Through Tichrt nfi--- of the Pacific Eailw'n;ii,rit Welt far'rt and Co' Oifirfi,,Salt Lake City, and (''ni)))nny,H Ojlff at Own ha and Council Llujf.t. S. S.Movens, eial Acnt, Council Biu3s. I Vlele, ieu. Krelgnt Ajenf, Cntcago Hush Kiddle, Oca. Supt., Chicaso. A.M. Smith, Uea. Pas. At Chicago. COIr.. F. IIOOIiEK, V.evtrrn Asent- - V. C. wUlni, Tlchet AyfTt, Burnhams&VanSchaack, Wholesale DRUG, PAIWT OIL A.NI CLASS ii:ai.i.:i, Nos, 1 & 3 Randolph St, (Corner Michigan Avenne) CIIIC.KJO, - - ILLINOIS Order lillel Promptly and at Lowest Market IJates. dll-l- y CULVER, PAGE & HOYNE, liS & 130 LAKE STREKT, o xi i o.a. o:o , Mauulacturers and Jobbers of I'APEH, LAIU) IIOAKD, BUSK BOOKS,STATIOXKUY HOOK I5IMH:iW STOCK, TOOLS AXD MIC'IIIXEKY. itKS-l-y X9AJLIS IMTHXT Fifg asl Enrirlar Proof "VICTOR" COMBINATION LOCKS,.-V- a till siiitflS V u1 1 XVo n I m Atvay4 on hand ami vui'te to orcltr. -- Solo Mauutactt:rers of ti.e c; . ;i.rH'ed- - IIALL's patent 'COKCHETE' SAFES Which have stood the U st of nineteen yer. without ahliik.;b) hulure. A!l lhe latest Improvements In Iluri;!sr I'nn W'ori, Including the DOVK-TAILE- Work, acknowledged by all competent Judges tobs th ciost peifeet 8 itejjuard Binnxt burglars nos estun!. rsS" "Not one of our Evrrjlur J'ronJ '..c.s" lint err been robbed of a hl.-(il.- DOLLAR by burg'urs or violr.net- ChI' an ! our large stock, or seiid far L'iici:hiiM nud puces. I2:t!r .iilc uiifl JLock .'o-- Si lUIAPXORN STREET, CKIC'AUO, - lir.LIXOI9. d2L!.ly PIILIPWEWiTE&T JOKBI.KS OF CL0THIH8, AMD Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. .UiSstttifjAKEST. CHIEABQ ILL IT J2LD Sai ALE IJllEWIAO COMP.IXY, &5-'- : : t . i JHMi.1:-sn.- i t ? i . I lif l ,flt, Iirewers of India Pale Alew, Stock Ales, PORTER AND LACER BEER Coorner ofxPearrso:n anduPine St,reet," a n d8-l-y Fred. A. Wbee'er, Hec'y. CHASE, HANFORD & CO, Headquarters for Oils, Paints.Window Glass White Iad ud Axle Urease, 17, South Vt'MIrr Slrert, CHICAGO, Ills. d7lv PETER SCHUTTLER, W A ii O N ?I A X IT FA (TU It E U, 22i Randolph Street, i.Tcc, Kcrdolph street, ""ITTP A nfl Cvrucr U Kraukliu, vniAUU, 1 r t..- - '"." lit in: i v- - qi i.trio-- . Mauima, do y:u tiiink that C'onifres-.- , Citui .t sr ; :'.'. xi;i'jlity Bin? TIh-ii- , v !u'r vi-- r will he (f' to, Imwii! U'i'iit' d in't you think La will? ii La piiU iu juison, i). no h ir i I'll pray and cr ! Aii I I'd h..po I could not he'p it, I'.vfry one of its ru.iy d.e! ',V;'.I ;io-- r aunty 'ive us - Will h"f l:.by have to C And our dar.itii; brother I ivid, - Io ou think it will be so? l ii- - ti, 1 11 havo no siitor R ttie, An 1 i:tj-- will have no girl, uy baby, II a and Aliic; An 1 uiyju.f and nlster IVari: U dUa'U Culloms what a moan name! S mild ju-- t liko ho was a ki.ave: And I know he i a r isal, To v.ant x to ba his si.ivrt; ."Ornjjly au-i-3 ho lovt-- you inotbir, Ami my dear, ino..l auntie too; lie mut think that men i'i I'tHh, Ion't h:vt anything to d '. And no jk'.lt) boy but Ari.h.c; And I 'sjjo.-- u' ho'll have t oath. That, when trrown, should two girls love him, Ho will never have them both: Aitit that Bill a .stupid fellow! 1 just thi-i- he's sick, don't you? nil I would'nt wonder either, If great Congress thinks so, too. Li t me ask you ouo more questiou. lire you tell ma to bo still; He' no brother to us, is he, This base, lowlived, horrid Bill! Vo he. ainl but I'm not angry, Don't you see I'm very cool? No w just once, ma, may I whisper, Old llill Culbm-w- hat a foul' SSinithiield. Lvr.A. Ottawa, La Halle Co., III., January 24th, 1S70. Editor Dmnrrt Xcwh: Dear Sir. I arrived at this place ou the 5th of Nov. ami visited iny brothers liviutr near here, Mopping only a few days. I theu took the curs for Cumberlaud County, Pennsylvania, the place of my boyhood, and visited among friends and relatives therefor a time, teaching the way of life when opportunity ottered. On the GtU day of December, I started west and went as far as Knox County, Ohio, where 1 stopped until the 13th when I again took the cara for Ottawa, La Salle County, llhaois, stopping at Chicago, FraiiKfort, and Joliet, and ar-rived at iny destination on the ISth. Immediately n my arrival here I commenced puiiiii! preaching in the district school houses in every place where opportunity oll'cred. Ou the UOth I hil l the pleasure of meeting my old friend J'.ro. .Silas Jiichards, who joined me lu ar.thi.s pl.ti.e; on the next ihv Jro. l'eter Maiison of Urighani i'ity also joined us. We held a nuiuh' r of inceting-s- , and in s.niie pUces Miey were well attended. Ou the K'.u of January those two brethren, left for low-t- . Silica then 1 have preached iu i Uitl'.Tent places in this county. No people could receive any elder with j greater (apparent) kindness, or adaiiu- - Nter better to h:s wants. Y.-- t it re-- ' mains a truth, that tlie masies do not want tmything to do with 'Mormou- - a ism" as they call it. Tiny consider it J condescending to come out to hear preaching, and do ouly for curiosity and for respect to an old neigh-bors, nevertheless my testimony lias suu !y left iis imp res? ton. Nesrly al! tiieold apostate, that have left the church since its lirrt (tganii-tmn- , tliat .ire now living, have united '' under one common nt .tmiard, and they acknowledge young Joseph Smith as : their propiiet and "leader, with their ;" headi) darters in one of the adjoining comities, (Piano Ills.). In many mstan-ii- i ce.s the incni'jei's of tnis bnud'are ruou 'T, who aposutixed and made war on the ;' I'ronhet. of tiod, and on tlie inat Itutions of Ilea veu as revoaled through him. And this warfare is kept" up in the ftili 8en.e of the wo.d, against the )eo-ple- (iod and the liOiu's tunioiuted, and t!iey, hav.ng several branches or-- " j gatiized in this country, have succeeded in prejudicing the minds of the people ' heievery much. Nevertheless 1 shall bajdize some, and lie well satistied t i let all others act upon their agency. Tliis orgaiiiz.itiou co-nt- s witli the - some character; being the sons of the 4n prophet, wlio ure at the head of it, and v it is s!l t he inoie ilangi ror.s, and it ccr-t-tlii- lv woiild, if it iiud the power, sap . the very foandation of the kiqgdom of .1. tod, and Uy the ax at the root of fV the ureat gathering tliat the Lord lias couiiiiHtuieil, and the preparation for the holy endowment with all its bless- - iut'S and appendages. And it would also tbs'.roy and anuiltilate tho.-esacr-and holy lustitutioi.s that Heaven has Jii, onlaiued for man's eternal glory and greatness. It denies the fruitsand works and the bles-irjg- s that have come to the children of tnea througU the power of "v;,!; the hiny PTiirit; sets at deliance the au-- f ' thorityof tt.nl and leads to darkness aul M, to death. 'r And it is h'so true that atsstacv and "!;".' the work oftne opposing power 'to the i.,;. r kingdom of (.iod does uot end with this " orgHiiization of spiritual darkness com-- , ; j posed iu many instances of men who ; ,:,t Bolliht tile blood of tlie prophet of God. ' Cio 1 moves iu m.ijestyand iu great i' rv'! power, and He rules iu wisdom and in a .' much mercy over all the creations of ":i 11 His hands; and His kingdom will move ''p.'ij Bleudily on amidst all opposition in the v. e wisdom, power aud glory of Ood, until ' ' it Israel's banner lloats over all theProm- - '' ieied Land and liis great and glorious purposes are fully accomplished for ths sal ation cf the Jiving and the dead. ! IkiUlJEX MlLLKK.